|Birth: ||Jun. 24, 1821|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 1896|
New Jersey, USA
OBITUARY: Middletown Daily Argus (Middletown, New York) Feb. 17, 1896 "John Mulock, a former well-known resident of the the city, died yesterday morning at the residence of his son, William Mulock at Bloomfield, N.J. aged seventy-five years.
Deceased was a son of Squire Joshua Mulock and Sarah Amsbury and was born in the town of Mount Hope. He was for a number of years employed in the O. and W. freight office in this city. He is survived by his widow and two sons, William, who is employed in the auditor's office of the O. and W. in New York, and Charles, agent for the O. and W. at Delhi. Mr. Mulock was an uncle of H. M. Hallock and City Attorney J. L. Wiggins.
The indirect cause of death was a cancer which was removed from his face early in the winter but not until the poison had so permeated his system as to interfere with all the vital functions His stomach could not retain food, and he partook of neither solid or liquid food after Jan. 7th. From that time until death relieved his sufferings nothing entered his stomach except water, of which he was able to take only very small quantities."
Middletown Daily Argus (Middletown, New York) Feb. 20, 1896 "The body of John Mulock who died Sunday in Bloomfield, N. J., was brought to this city on train 9 yesterday and was taken to the Old School Baptist Church on Roberts street where the funeral was held, Elder Jenkins officiating. The interment was in the Plains Cemetey near Otisville."
Joshua Mullock (1793 - 1867)
Sally Amsbury Mullock (1794 - 1844)
Emeline Coleman Mullock (1830 - 1890)*
John Mullock (1821 - 1896)
George W Mulock (1826 - 1871)**
Mount Hope Plains Cemetery
New York, USA
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Record added: May 18, 2013
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