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Obituaries - NJ - 1901 - Layton Dangler
Layton Dangler of Wayside Dies At The Age of 83
He Was a Farmer by Occupation and Had Lived at Wayside all His Life
Layton Dangler died on Monday of last week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Garrett White of Wayside, aged 83 years. Death was caused by paralysis with which he had been confined to his bed a week. His health had been poor for a very long time and he had been more or less helpless for the past six years.
Mr. Dangler was the son of Katharine and Garrett Dangler. He was a farmer by occupation. Six years ago he sold his farm to Charles Wyckoff and he had since made his home with his daughter, Mrs. White.
Mr. Dangler was twice married. His first wife was Amelia Jackson and by her he had four children, only one of whom, Hiram Dangler, is living. The other children were Margaret Ann, Katharine and Garrett Dangler. Mr. Dangler's second wife was Hester Havens and the living children by this marriage are Samuel Dangler of Elberon, Sansbury Dangler and Mrs. Garrett White of Wayside, John Dangler of Hurleytown, Mrs. Emily Sellick and Mrs. William Snyder of Asbury Park and George Dangler of Nut Swamp. Mr. Dangler left 48 grandchildren. Two sisters survive Mr. Dangler also. They are Lydia, wife of David Dangler of Wayside, and Mrs. Anne Jackson of Shrewsbury.
The funeral took place at the Wayside Methodist church at half-past two o'clock on Thursday and was conducted by Rev. J. W. Morris. The body was buried at West Long Branch. The pall bearers were Joel Fields, Everett Miller, John Duncan and Bennett Morris.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Dec 18, 1901
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