3198. Richard BOWLBY
(8) was born on 4 May 1854.
(12605) He died in 1939. He resided in
Rowlands Mills.(12606) He was also
known as "Richey".(12607)
He was married to Mary Louise BANGHART.(12608)
Mary Louise BANGHART
(8) was born in 1851. She died on 28 Dec 1949.
(12609) Barbara Moser found the following obit in the January 5, 1950
issue of the Hunterdon Republican...can you tell who Her husband Richard Bowlby
is the son of?
MRS. RICHARD BOWLBY
Mrs. Mary Lousie Bowlby, 90 widow of Richard Bowlby, died last Wednesday at the
home of her niece, Miss Florence Dalrymple of Allerton, N.J. Mrs. Bowlby was
born near Flemington, a daughter of the late Andrew J. and Thurza Anderson Banghart.
She spent most of her life in the Hampton-Woodglen-Allerton area. Her husband
died about 10 years ago. There are no close survivors.
Funeral services were held Saturday at 2p.m. at the Zimmerman Funeral Home, Hampton.
The Rev. James Gillespie, pastor of Hampton Presbyterian Church officiated.
Interment was Musconetcong Valley Cemetery. Richard BOWLBY and Mary Louise BANGHART
had the following children:
(7)(8) was born in 1892. He
died on 7 Jan 1933.(12610)
HUNTERDON REPUBLICAN at the Hunterdon County Library it is the
January 11, 1933 issue, researched by Barbara A. Moser.
The funeral of Chester Bowlby, of Woodglen, chairman of the Lebanon
Township Committe, was held Tuesday afternoon at Naughright's Funeral
Parlors, High Bridge, in charge of the Rev. Edward Cregar, pastor of
the Glen Gardner Methodist Church. Burial was in the Musconetcong
Cemetery, Hampton. Mr. Bowlby died Saturday, January 7, 1933, at
Somerset Hospital, Somerville, where he was taken Friday afternoon
after suffering a stroke of paralysis and a heart attack. He was 50
years of age, and was born at Hampton, but for the past 10 years had
lived in Lebanon Township. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Richard Bowbly, with whom he lived.