Obituaries - NJ - 1902 - Mrs. Lavinia Broadmeadow

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Obituaries - NJ - 1902 - Mrs. Lavinia Broadmeadow

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Mrs. Broadmeadow Dead

She Died Of Heart Disease At East Orange

She Was the Widow of James Broadmeadow and for Many Years She Lived at Shrewsbury Village

Mrs. Lavinia Broadmeadow died suddenly on Monday at her home at East Orange, in her 76th year. Her death was caused by heart disease. Mrs. Broadmeadow was the wife of James Broadmeadow, who died about six years ago. The family have lived at Shrewsbury for a number of years past. Mr. Broadmeadow conducted a canning factory for several years on the property near the old Southern railroad station, where the George R. Lamb distilling company's place is now located. Mr. Broadmeadow also owned the property on Broad street where THE REGISTER building is located.

Mrs. Broadmeadow was a member of the Shrewsbury Presbyterian church. She leaves three daughters and a son. They are Martha, wife of Stephen Tallman of East Orange; Ida, wife of George Prince; Lilian, wife of Charles Bunn of New York; and Walter J. Broadmeadow of Pennsylvania, who at one time was interested with Joseph Burrowes in the Sanitary plumbing company of Red Bank. Six grandchildren also survive Mrs. Broadmeadow.

The funeral will be held at the Shrewsbury Presbyterian church at eleven o'clock to-morrow morning and will be conducted by Rev. Albert D. Baldwin and Rev. Samuel D. Price. The body will be buried in the Presbyterian burying ground.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jan 15, 1902

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