Tuesday, September 14, 2010

1909 September 22--- Frank Earl Died Suddenly

Frank Earl
New Jersey Mirror
September 22, 1909
Summary: ... ---Frank Earl, a resident of Pemberton, who was well known throughout the county, died suddenly at his home early Saturday(presumably a reference to September 18, 1909), after an attack of acute indigestion. He had not been feeling for nearly a week, and on Friday, while at his cranberry bogs, he became so ill that he had to be removed to his home. Physicians administered to him without avail. Mr. Earl was a civil engineer and surveyor, and his knowledge of real estate titles made his services valuable, especially to those having dealings in pine district properties, on which he was engaged extensively. In addition to the knowledge he had gained through his own efforts, he was greatly aided by the papers and books of his father Franklin W. Earl, who was engaged in the same line of work prior to his death when struck by the cars at the Pine street crossing, Mount Holly, some years ago. ...

Sep 17, 1909
Place of Death: Pemberton
Place of Burial:
Publication: New Egypt Press
Sep 24, 1909

Notes: "Pemberton Man dies suddenly." Died suddenly on Friday afternoon. Earl was the son of Frank Earl, the civil engineer and surveyor who was killed by the cars at Pine street crossing, Mount Holly. [Note: Franklin W. Earl, d. May 17, 1883, see citation.]

Headline: DIED.
Date: May 23, 1883

Summary: EARL.--At Mount Holly, May 17, Franklin W. Earl, of Pemberton, aged 73 years.

Earl, Franklin W.
Death Date: May 17, 1883
Place of Death: Mount Holly
Place of Burial:
Publication: Burlington Gazette
May 19, 1883
Page: 3
Column: 3

Notes: From Pemberton. Accident - killed at graveyard crossing Pine St, Mount Holly. [See also: Inquest, 5/26/1883, p.3:5]

Name: Earl, Franklin W.
Death Date: May 24, 1903
Place of Death: Burlington
Place of Burial:
Publication: Mount Holly Herald
May 30, 1903
Page: 3
Column: 6

Notes: Formerly practiced law in New York city. He had been in ill health for several years. He is survived by his wife, a daughter of William G. Birney, and one son.


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