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Obituaries - NJ - 1901 - Charles W. Quackenbush
Charles W. Quackenbush of Keyport, a former resident of Red Bank, died very suddenly of heart disease last Thursday, aged 41 years. He lived on James T.
Walling's farm at Keyport. He worked all the day before his death and seemed to be in his usual good health. He arose at six o'clock on Thursday morning
and soon afterward complained of severe pains around the heart. A doctor was sent for but he grew rapidly worse and died before the doctor reached the
house. He moved from Red Bank to Keyport about five years ago. While at Red Bank he was employed at the carpenter trade by Louis Brown, Mrs. Brown being
Mr. Quackenbush's sister. Dewitt Quackenbush of Herbert street is his nephew. Charles Quackenbush married Miss Edith White, daughter of William White,
and she and two daughters survive him. He was a member of the Junior Mechanics and the Senior Mechanics lodges of Red Bank. His wife will receive $500
from the Junior Mechanics lodge and $100 from the Senior Mechanics lodge. A delegation from the two lodges attended his funeral at Keyport on Sunday.
The bearers were Joshua Bennett, Frank Gray, Raymond Sears and D. W. Wilguss.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jan 16, 1901
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