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Obituaries - NJ - 1901 - Frederick G. Gyllich
Frederick G. Gyllich, a barber at Freehold, died of consumption on Saturday August 10th. He was unmarried and boarded at Mrs.
William Wyncoop's. He had no relatives in this country and the family with whom he boarded looked after his burial. He was a
member of the Knights of the Golden Eagle lodge at Freehold and he received a benefit sufficient to pay his funeral expenses.
He went to Freehold three years ago to work in Charles Frey's barber shop. Shortly afterward he entered the secret service branch
of the government and made several trips to Mexico. About a year ago he returned to Freehold and opened a barber shop in the Belmont
block. From letters found among his effects it was learned that he has a mother in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Aug 21, 1901
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