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New Jersey Obituaries - 1902 - Job Bendy
Job Bendy died this morning at his home at the corner of Spring street and Tower Hill avenue. He was about seventy years old and had been in failing health for some time. He fell down stairs a short time ago and this no doubt hastened his death.
Mr. Bendy was born in England but came to this country when he was a boy. He lived in Marlboro township a great many years and at the outbreak of the civil war he enlisted with the company from that township and served with the 29th regiment. He was a member of Arrowsmith Post of Red Bank. For a number of years he lived in Shrewsbury township and for several years he carried the mail from the railroad station at Shrewsbury to the Shrewsbury postoffice. He leaves a wife, who is a sister of Mrs. James H. Sickles of Red Bank, and two daughters and four sons. The children are Mrs. George Duncan, Miss Lizzie Bendy and John, George, Frank and Edward Bendy.
The funeral will be held on Friday at half-past one o'clock at the house and at two o'clock at the Red Bank Presbyterian church.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Feb 12, 1902
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