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'Marriages Recorded at Freehold' 1810, Feb. 10. Mary Brown to Ephraim Predmore pg. 484
    "Joseph Holmes, 222, married Anna Stout, born 1805; died 1889. Their daughter, Angeline, 316, died single; Benjamin Franklin, 318, married Martha E. Cranner, the widow Predmore, who had, by her first husband, two children, and by her second husband five Holmes children; the second wife of Benjamin F. Holmes was Charity Inman, living, in 1912, at Forked River, with thirteen of Benjamin F. Holmes' children."

James Inman Sr., 87, conductor 

    Services will be private for James Walter Inman Sr., 87, of the Morgan section of Sayreville, who died Monday at home. 
    Arrangements are by the Whiteley Funeral Home, South Amboy. 
    Mr. Inman was a conductor on the Raritan River Railroad for 35 years before retiring 22 years ago. 
    He was a member of the Moose Lodge in Perth Amboy and the Junior Order of Mechanics. 
    Born in South Amboy, Mr. Inman lived in Morgan for 66 years. 
    Surviving are a son, Peter; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Koerner and Mrs. Leila Bohling; nine grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

Source: NJ, The Star-Ledger

DUVAL, Mary M. Cummings, 78, , Apr 26, 1990, Wall Church Cemetery, Wall, Born in Spring Lake Heights NJ. Survived by her husband, Charles N. Duval; 2 sons, Richard C. Duval and Ronald C. Duval; a daughter, Mrs. Lois DePew; 2 sisters, Mrs. Lily Inman and Mrs. Dorothy Danielson; 10 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

Obits: Generally 1970-1990, The Coast Star, Monmouth Co, NJ

RUBY MORGAN - Owens-Illinois retiree

    Ruby Morgan (nee Lindsay), 85, of Upper Pittsgrove Township died Tuesday in Camden County Health Services Center, Blackwood.
    Born in Browns, Tenn., daughter of the late David and Alga Ford Lindsay, she had resided in the Salem County area since 1923.
    Mrs. Morgan was an inspector for Owens-Illinois Glass Co., in Glassboro until retiring in 1970 following 17 years of service.
    She enjoyed flower gardening, cooking and baking and all types of hand work.
    Surviving are three sons, William Fitchhorn and Kenneth Fitchhorn, both of Vaccaville,
Calif., and Robert Fitchhorn of San Mateo, Calif.; three daughters, Jeannie Donovan of Sewell, Pat Farley of Elmer, and Charlene O'Brien of Millville; five sisters, Wilma Foote of Monroeville, Lois Davis of Elmer, Gladys Garrison of Monroeville, Inez Foote of Monroeville, and Edith Harkey of Isle Palms, S.C.; 10 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
    She was predeceased by her husband, Samuel F., in May of 1977; a sister, Grace Inman; and a brother, Jess Lindsay.
    Services are 11 a.m. Friday in H.T. Layton & Son Home For Funerals, 102 S. Main St., Woodstown, where friends may call one hour prior.
    Burial will be private.
    Memorial contributions may be made to the Country Road Bible Church Building Fund,
P.O. Box 1058, Monroeville, NJ 08343 or to the charity of the donor's choice.

J W Inman
d. 2000

J W Inman died on January 31, 2000. The last known place of residence for J W Inman was South Amboy, NJ. 


    Swedeborg, MO resident Charles Day Inman, age 78, of Swedeborg, Missouri, formerly of Roebling, NJ, died Tuesday, August 22, 2000, at Rolla, Missouri.
    He was born on December 10, 1921 at Crosswicks, NJ to James Inman and Alice Werner. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Bernard Inman, sister Betty Jane Campbell and daughter Carol Shipe. Mr. Inman is survived by five sons: Dale Inman and wife Marlene of
Hamilton Township, NJ, Larry Denney and wife Janet of Bordentown, NJ, Charles Inman Jr. and wife Debbie of Richland, MO, William Inman of Waynesville, James Inman and wife Sissy of Swedeborg, daughter Shirley Walter and husband Wayne of Wrightstown, NJ, 15
grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, August 27, 2000 at 7:00PM at LONG FUNERAL HOME in Crocker. Visitation will be Sunday, August 27, 2000 from 5-7PM.

Burlington Co. Times Onlie - Friday, August 25, 2000

    INMAN, JUTTA W. -- Private services for Jutta W. Inman, 78, of Oakhurst are under the direction of Chapel of the Light in Fresno. Ms. Inman, a homemaker, died Friday. Remembrances may be sent to Chaffee Zoo, 894 W. Belmont Ave., Fresno, CA 93728; or to Central California SPCA, 103 S. Hughes Ave., Fresno, CA 93706.

The/New Jersey Times, Online (Feb/2/2004)

    OLIVER PERRY INMAN, 89, of Manahawkin, STAFFORD, died at Atlantic City Medical Center, Pomona. Born in Surf City, he was one of eight children. He served in the 5th Army Air Corps from 1940 to 1944 in Australia and New Guinea. He married Jane Birdsall. He served Stafford Township as a member of the First Aid Squad, the Board of Education, and later as grand marshal of the Founders Day Parade. He was an active member of American Legion Post 511, where he served as historian for many years. He was also a member of the Stafford Historical Society. He took a great joy in conducting trolley tours of Surf City where he educated and entertained visitors with tales of the history of the area. His stories and accounts of local history have often been written in local newspapers and in "The Stafford Chronicles," a history of Manahawkin. He was predeceased by his wife, Jane Birdsall Inman; his parents, John R. and Amanda Corliss Inman. Surviving are a son Kevin P.; a daughter Cynthia L.; three grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

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INMAN, Joe Fred

    Of Trenton. Age 60 died Thursday. Funeral services: 11 a.m. Wednesday Emmanuel Pentecostal Temple, Hutchinson Road, Robbinsville. Calling hours: 6-9 p.m. Tuesday at Campbell Funeral Chapel, Trenton.

Published in The Times, Trenton, on 12/19/2004.

    INMAN, ARVEL I., 95 - of Formerly of Indiana, beloved husband of Bertha (Willis) Inman passed away peacefully on Monday, December 1, 2008, at Atlantic City Medical Center, Atlantic City Division. He lived at Sunrise Assisted Living of Galloway since September 2007. He and his wife moved to New Jersey from Darmstadt near Evansville, Indiana, where they had lived for fifty-three years. He loved to work outside in his yard and garden. He retired from Bristol Myers Squib in Evansville in 1978 with 25 years of employment. He was an Army veteran of WWII and a member of Centenary United Methodist Church in Inglefield, Indiana. In addition to his wife of seventy years, he is survived by his son Robert (Luann) and grandson Matthew all of Mays Landing, New Jersey, and his sister Anna Helderman of Monroe City, Indiana. A Memorial Service presided over by Pastor Polly Standley, Zion Lutheran Church, Egg Harbor City, was held at Sunrise Assisted Living of Galloway on Friday, December 5, 2008. Final resting place will be at the convenience of his family. Donations in honor of his memory may be made to Centenary United Methodist Church, Evansville, Indiana or your charity of choice. Arrangements were entrusted to Wimberg Funeral Home, 211 E. Great Creek Avenue, Galloway, NJ 609-641-0001.

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