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251 Calendar of NJ Wills v. 30: 1747 Angust 11 Herbert Daniel of Middletown Monmouth Co yeoman will of Wife Amy Mother Mary Cooper a widow Wife to have goods she brought testator and that since given her by her grandfather Safety Grover Children Jonathan a minor Mary a minor Brother David Herbert Executors wife and friends John Taylor and Joseph Stillwell of Middletown gentlemen Witnesses Samuel Legg Joseph Patterson Junior and John Nathan Hutchins Proved September 23 1747 Lib E p 82  HERBERT, Daniel (I1351)
 
252 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HAVLIN, Richard Loren (I102)
 
253 Charles and Louisa were listed in West Windsor (Mercer County) in the 1920 census (p. 1A, ED 114) MATTHEWS, Charles J. (I425)
 
254 Charles and Louisa were listed in West Windsor (Mercer County) in the 1920 census (p. 1A, ED 114) MATTHEWS, Charles J. (I425)
 
255 Charles served as a Private with the 14th New Jersey Infantry, Company D, in the Civil War. His pension record lists Louisa as beneficiary. http://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldier_id=5d81adb6-dc7a-df11-bf36-b8ac6f5d926a MATTHEWS, Charles J. (I425)
 
256 CHRISTENING: Included in the early baptism records of Old Tennent Church: Moses Laird married Elizabeth, the daughter of James English, had bap. David, May 10, 1767; William, Jan. 8. 1769; Catherine, his second wife on profession of her faith, & Elizabeth, their daughter, Aprile 17, 1773; Catherine, Oct. 31, 1774. (Source: Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 214) LAIRD, Elizabeth (I899)
 
257 CHRISTENING: Included in the early baptism records of Old Tennent Church: Moses Laird married Elizabeth, the daughter of James English, had bap. David, May 10, 1767; William, Jan. 8. 1769; Catherine, his second wife on profession of her faith, & Elizabeth, their daughter, Aprile 17, 1773; Catherine, Oct. 31, 1774. (Source: Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 214) LAIRD, Catherine (I900)
 
258 CHRISTENING: Included in the early baptism records of Old Tennent Church: Moses Laird married Elizabeth, the daughter of James English, had bap. David, May 10, 1767; William, Jan. 8. 1769; Catherine, his second wife on profession of her faith, & Elizabeth, their daughter, Aprile 17, 1773; Catherine, Oct. 31, 1774. (Source: Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 214) LAIRD, Elizabeth (I899)
 
259 CHRISTENING: Included in the early baptism records of Old Tennent Church: Moses Laird married Elizabeth, the daughter of James English, had bap. David, May 10, 1767; William, Jan. 8. 1769; Catherine, his second wife on profession of her faith, & Elizabeth, their daughter, Aprile 17, 1773; Catherine, Oct. 31, 1774. (Source: Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 214) LAIRD, Catherine (I900)
 
260 Corporal, 29th Regiment, NJ Infantry: (NPS Civil War record) http://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldier_id=65a919d9-dc7a-df11-bf36-b8ac6f5d926a THOMPSON, John Forman (I239)
 
261 Death Cert lists marital status as widowed, occupation as truck driver HAFEMAN, Walter Richard (I323)
 
262 Death record states place of death as Asheville General Hospital HAFEMAN, Lloyd August (I305)
 
263 DEATH: Hornor says death date was 1746 (p. 276.) HERBERT, James (I141)
 
264 DEATH: Killed in accident at Freehold rug mill "coal moved" THOMPSON, Charles (I263)
 
265 DEATH: Killed in accident at Freehold rug mill "coal moved" THOMPSON, Charles (I263)
 
266 DEATH: Obit (Freehold Transcript, 11/21/2001)

DEATH: EMIL NAZARUK, 86, of Freehold Township died Nov. 13 at Jackson Center Genesis Eldercare, Jackson. Born in Newark, he had been a resident of Freehold Township for the past 71 years. He was a self-employed carpenter. He was a communicant of St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, Freehold. He was predeceased by his wife, Rita (nâee Boyle), who died in 2000. She is survived by three sons, James and John, both of Freehold Township, and David of Gaston, S.C.; two daughters, Mary "Terry," and Rita, both of Freehold Township; and two grandchildren. The funeral liturgy was celebrated at St. Rose of Lima Church, followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Broad St., Shrewsbury 07702. 
NAZARUK, Emil (I309)
 
267 DEATH: Obit (Freehold Transcript, 11/21/2001)

DEATH: EMIL NAZARUK, 86, of Freehold Township died Nov. 13 at Jackson Center Genesis Eldercare, Jackson. Born in Newark, he had been a resident of Freehold Township for the past 71 years. He was a self-employed carpenter. He was a communicant of St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, Freehold. He was predeceased by his wife, Rita (nâee Boyle), who died in 2000. She is survived by three sons, James and John, both of Freehold Township, and David of Gaston, S.C.; two daughters, Mary "Terry," and Rita, both of Freehold Township; and two grandchildren. The funeral liturgy was celebrated at St. Rose of Lima Church, followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Broad St., Shrewsbury 07702. 
NAZARUK, Emil (I309)
 
268 DEATH: Obit (Freehold Transcript, 6/14/2000)

DEATH: RITA BOYLE NAZARUK, 78, of Freehold Township, died June 10 at home. Born in the Adelphia section of Howell, she had been a resident of Freehold Township for the past 45 years. A 1939 graduate of Freehold High School, Mrs. Nazaruk was a secretary for the Monmouth County Surrogate’s Office, Freehold, for 15 years, retiring in 1995. She was a communicant of St. Rose of Lima Church, Freehold. Surviving are her husband, Emil; three sons, James and John, both of Freehold Township, and David, of Gaston, S.C.; two daughters, Mary "Terry" Nazaruk and Rita Nazaruk, both of Freehold Township; two sisters, Anna Sweetman, of Freehold, and Bella Daley, of Yardley, Pa.; and two grandchildren. The funeral liturgy was celebrated at St. Rose of Lima Church, followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. The Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, was in charge of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Broad St., Shrewsbury 07702, or to the Visiting Nurse Association Hospice, 141 Bodman Place, Red Bank 07701. 
BOYLE, Rita (I308)
 
269 DEATH: Obit (Freehold Transcript, 6/14/2000)

DEATH: RITA BOYLE NAZARUK, 78, of Freehold Township, died June 10 at home. Born in the Adelphia section of Howell, she had been a resident of Freehold Township for the past 45 years. A 1939 graduate of Freehold High School, Mrs. Nazaruk was a secretary for the Monmouth County Surrogate’s Office, Freehold, for 15 years, retiring in 1995. She was a communicant of St. Rose of Lima Church, Freehold. Surviving are her husband, Emil; three sons, James and John, both of Freehold Township, and David, of Gaston, S.C.; two daughters, Mary "Terry" Nazaruk and Rita Nazaruk, both of Freehold Township; two sisters, Anna Sweetman, of Freehold, and Bella Daley, of Yardley, Pa.; and two grandchildren. The funeral liturgy was celebrated at St. Rose of Lima Church, followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. The Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, was in charge of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Broad St., Shrewsbury 07702, or to the Visiting Nurse Association Hospice, 141 Bodman Place, Red Bank 07701. 
BOYLE, Rita (I308)
 
270 DEATH: Obit in Monmouth Democrat, 6 Dec 1919:
" Denise Thompson, of Ocean Grove, committed suicide by shooting himself while in bed early Wednesday morning. His wife was awakened by the report of the revolver, and on ogin to is room found him dead with a wound in his side. Although he had been in ill health for some time there had been noting unusual in his actions.
" Mr. Thompson who was 52 years of age, was the some of the late John Bergen Thompson and was born in Freehold on the Thompson homestead near the town. When a young man he went to Ocean Grove and engaged int he florist business with his father, which he conducted up to the time of his death.
" Mr. Thompson was married about nine years ago to Miss Ethel Parker, who survives him with one daughter, Helen Louise. Two sisters also survive Mrs. William P. McMichael and Miss Cornelia Thompson of Asbury Park.
" He was a veteran of the Spanish war having served witht he Asbury park Company." 
THOMPSON, Denise (Dean) (I1010)
 
271 DEATH: Obit: (Freehold Transcript, 4/14/2004)

DEATH: Bella E. Boyle Daly

DEATH: Mrs. Daly, 87, of Howell died April 2 at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township. Born in Philadelphia, she had lived in Freehold for many years before moving to Yardley, Pa., and returning two years ago to the Freehold area. She was a graduate of Freehold’s St. Rose of Lima School and a former communicant of St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, Freehold. Prior to retiring in 1978, she was employed for 35 years by Sears Roebuck and Co., Trenton, as an office assistant. She was predeceased by her husband, Arthur K. Daly, in 2002; two sisters, Mary Casterlin and Rita Nazaruk; and four brothers, James, Michael, John and Hugh Boyle. Surviving are a stepson, Arthur K. Daly Jr. of Summerville, S.C.; a sister, Anna Sweetman of Manchester, formerly of Freehold; three step-grandchildren; five step-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. A funeral liturgy was offered at St. Rose of Lima Church, followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, was in charge of arrangements. 
BOYLE, Bella (I109)
 
272 DEATH: Obit: (Freehold Transcript, 4/14/2004)

DEATH: Bella E. Boyle Daly

DEATH: Mrs. Daly, 87, of Howell died April 2 at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township. Born in Philadelphia, she had lived in Freehold for many years before moving to Yardley, Pa., and returning two years ago to the Freehold area. She was a graduate of Freehold’s St. Rose of Lima School and a former communicant of St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, Freehold. Prior to retiring in 1978, she was employed for 35 years by Sears Roebuck and Co., Trenton, as an office assistant. She was predeceased by her husband, Arthur K. Daly, in 2002; two sisters, Mary Casterlin and Rita Nazaruk; and four brothers, James, Michael, John and Hugh Boyle. Surviving are a stepson, Arthur K. Daly Jr. of Summerville, S.C.; a sister, Anna Sweetman of Manchester, formerly of Freehold; three step-grandchildren; five step-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. A funeral liturgy was offered at St. Rose of Lima Church, followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Freehold Township. Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, was in charge of arrangements. 
BOYLE, Bella (I109)
 
273 Died in fire at family home on South Street BOYLE, Lois (I2605)
 
274 Entered US on ship Columbia, departed Londerry, UK to New York, NY on May 22, 1904. Information from ship's manifest: Age-19, single, Last residence-Donegal, occupation-laborer, destination-Philadelphia, money in posession-$10, no previous entry to US, relative-Aunt Miss Carbery, 2707 Polar St, Philadephia BOYLE, Michael (I22)
 
275 First LT, 29th Regiment NJ Infantry, http://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldier_id=3fcb9bdb-dc7a-df11-bf36-b8ac6f5d926a VANDERHOEF, George Stults (I2652)
 
276 First Royal Governor of New Jersey MORRIS, Gov. Lewis (I2264)
 
277 Fought in Civil and Mexican wars THOMPSON, David (I1658)
 
278 Fought in Civil and Mexican wars THOMPSON, David (I1658)
 
279 Founded the Hulse Funeral Home in Englishtown, New Jersey HULSE, Gilbert Hendrickson (I1516)
 
280 Founded the Hulse Funeral Home in Englishtown, New Jersey HULSE, Gilbert Hendrickson (I1516)
 
281 Fourth Earl of Pembroke, 1st Earl of Montgomery
Named after his uncle, Sir Phillip Sidney  
Herbert, Sir Phillip (I2834)
 
282 From "Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth", page 98. "John W. Hulse, Esq., one of the justices of the peace of the township and police justice of the town of Freehold. Justice Hulse has abbreviated his name to the first syliable of his father's surname, and many others have done the same. John W. Hulse enlisted as a private when a lad of eighteen years and served as a Union soldier until the close of the Civil War. He has served one term as justice of Freehold township and gave such satisfaction by his fair and impartial decisions that he was elected to his second term without opposition. In his physical appearance he is a fair type of the old generations of this family and also seems to have their usual mental traits. For the Hulsharts have ever been a plain and unpretentious people, without those meddlesome propensities, overweening self conceit and insatiable curiosity which makes the descendants of certain people such unmitigated nuisances to their neighbors."
 
HULSE, John Wesley (I1499)
 
283 From "Genealogical History of State of New Jersey" by Frances B. Lee, page 1211. "John Wesley Hulse, child of Joseph G. and Achsah (Bennett) Hulshart, was born in Freehold township, near the Georgia schoolhouse, October 9, 1846, and is now living in Freehold, New Jersey. Until the breaking out of the war he worked on his father's farm, and then, September 23, 1864, enlisted in Company A, 38th New Jersey Volunteer Regiment, under Colonel (later Senator) Sewell. At the close of the war, June 30, 1865, he was mustered out of service, after having been in several skirmishes. It was during this period of service that he changed his name to its present spelling of Hulse. After his retirement from the army, Mr. Hulse returned to Freehold, where he learned the trade of painter, and setting up in business for himself he carried on a most successful plant from 1870 to 1892, in which he gave employment to quite a number of men.
In 1892 he was elected a justice of the peace, and for the last seventeen years he has continuously filled this office, having been re-elected four times without any opposition. For fourteen years he has been a police justice, and for a number of years past he has been a commissioner of deeds and a notary public. In politics Mr. Hulse is a Democrat. He is one of the most popular men in the town, and one of the most highly regarded. He was the chief engineer of the fire department in Freehold for ten years, 1888-1898. He is a member of James W. Conover Post, No. 63, G.A.R., Freehold, and he held a commission as second in command of Company E, Second Reiment, National Guard, State of New Jersey. In 1867, John Wesley Hulse married Lidia, daughter of John C. Van Cleaf, of Manalapan township. Children, besides two that died in infancy: 1. Margaret, born in Freehold, New Jersey, in 1880; married Charles H. J. Clayton,an undertaker of Adelphi, New Jersey; children - Ada and Ensley. 2. James Burnett, born 1884; a printer in the Record office, at Long Branch; married Martha Palmer." 
HULSE, John Wesley (I1499)
 
284 from Bucks County Intelligencer marriage notices, March 23, 1836: On Feb. 25, Charles Livezey of Bustletown and Frances Wood of Hatboro, were married at Southampton Parsonage by Elder James B. Bowen Family F496
 
285 from Red Bank Register, 27 Dec 1899: Mrs. Thomas Havens of Long Branch and her eon Harry spent Sunday and Monday, with Mrs. Havens's daughter, Mrs. James Luker of Port Monmouth.  Family F834
 
286 From the "Genealogical History of State of New Jersey", by Francis B. Lee, page 1211. "Joseph G. Hulshart, third son of Edward Hulshart, was born in Freehold township, Monmouth county, New Jersey, in 1800, and died there in 1880. After having received a common school education he learned the trade of a millwright, which he followed until he was forty years of age, and then gave up in order to take up farming, which he pursued until the time of his death. In politics he was a Democrat, and was at one time elected a justice of the peace, but did not qualify. He was a trustee of the Methodist church at Blueball, now Aldelphia. He married Achsah, daughter of John and Mary Bennett, of Jackson township, Monmouth (now Ocean) county, New Jersey. Children besides two who died in infancy: William Bennett; Garrett; Rachael, now dead; Benjamin; James Henry, now dead; John Wesley; Matilda; and Alice."
 
HULSART, Joseph G (I402)
 
287 From the "Genealogical History of State of New Jersey", by Francis B. Lee, page 1211. "Joseph G. Hulshart, third son of Edward Hulshart, was born in Freehold township, Monmouth county, New Jersey, in 1800, and died there in 1880. After having received a common school education he learned the trade of a millwright, which he followed until he was forty years of age, and then gave up in order to take up farming, which he pursued until the time of his death. In politics he was a Democrat, and was at one time elected a justice of the peace, but did not qualify. He was a trustee of the Methodist church at Blueball, now Aldelphia. He married Achsah, daughter of John and Mary Bennett, of Jackson township, Monmouth (now Ocean) county, New Jersey. Children besides two who died in infancy: William Bennett; Garrett; Rachael, now dead; Benjamin; James Henry, now dead; John Wesley; Matilda; and Alice." HULSART, Joseph G (I402)
 
288 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Isaac (I833)
 
289 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Hannah (I912)
 
290 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Gilbert (I913)
 
291 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Isaac (I914)
 
292 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Sarah (I915)
 
293 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Isaac (I833)
 
294 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Hannah (I912)
 
295 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Gilbert (I913)
 
296 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Isaac (I914)
 
297 From the early baptism records of the Old Tennent Church: Isaac Dey had bap. Hannah, May 4, 1735; Gilbert, Aug. 13, 1738; Isaac, May 10, 1741; Sarah, Aug. 21, 1743. (Symmes' History of Old Tennet Church, p. 209.) DEY, Sarah (P4983)
 
298 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F542
 
299 Garret's mother Catherine living with family in 1870 and 1880 censuses HULSHART, Garret (I1496)
 
300 Garret's mother Catherine living with family in 1870 and 1880 censuses HARTSGROVE, Rebecca Eliza (I1544)
 

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