New Jersey Obituaries - 1902 - Mrs. Adeline (Johnson) Layton

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New Jersey Obituaries - 1902 - Mrs. Adeline (Johnson) Layton

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Mrs. Adeline Layton, wife of Edward Layton of Navesink, died yesterday of paralysis, aged about sixty years. The was first stricken with paralysis some time ago and on Monday she had a second attack, which left her speechless. She rallied after the second attack and it was thought that she would linger for some time, but yesterday where was a sudden change for the worse in her condition and she sank rapidly. Mrs. Layton was the daughter of the late Thomas Johnson of Navesink and her entire life had been spent at that place. Besides a husband she leaves five daughters and two sons. The daughters are Mrs. Arthur Curtis, Mrs. Arthur Havens and Mrs. William Hower of Navesink; Mrs. William Boeckel of Locust Point; and Mrs. Thomas Hewstis of Buffalo. The sons are George Layton of Atlantic Highlands and Charles Layton of Newark. She leaves also three sisters and four brothers. They are Mrs. Edward H. Frost, Mrs. George Phelan and Mrs. Adelia Coggins of New York, and Joseph, Robert, Henry and Thomas Johnson of Navesink. The funeral will be held on Friday at half-past twelve o'clock at the house and at half-past one o'clock at All Saints' church. The body will be buried in All Saints' burying ground.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Feb 5, 1902

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