Jeremiah Van Dyke, aged 86, who died Saturday in Trenton, was buried yesterday in the Old School Baptist churchyard, this place. Funeral services were held from the home of his son-in-law, Martin Kintner, in Pennington.
Surviving him are his daughter, two sisters, Mrs. Howard Sked, Mrs. Annie Voorhees; four brothers, George, Sylvester, Andrew and John Van Dyke; three grandchildren, Mrs. B. H. Millard, Edgar Kintner and Mrs. William J. Seidel, and two great-grandchildren, Walter Willard [sic] and Richard H. Kintner.
Mr. Van Dyke was carried to the grave by six of his nephews. They were Edgar Van Dyke, Elmer Van Dyke, W. J. Sked, Eugene Van Dyke, Casper Fetter, and Lester Van Dyke.
For many years Mr. Van Dyke conducted a farm near Mount Rose, and upon the death of his wife, in 1910, he took up his residence with his daughter, Mrs. Kintner. He was a member of the Hopewell Old School Baptist church and attended services regularly. He was active for one of such advanced age and continued so until about six weeks before his death.
[The Hopewell Herald, 10 December 1930, volume 56, number 6.]
John Simpson Van Dyke (1814 - 1894)
Caroline Titus Van Dyke (1820 - 1888)
Esther Blackwell Van Dyke (1841 - 1910)*
Alice S Van Dyke Smith (1869 - 1921)*
Martin Van Dyke (1840 - 1902)*
Mary C Van Dyke Fetter (1842 - 1911)*
Jeremiah Van Dyke (1844 - 1930)
Caroline Aurelia Van Dyke Sheppard (1846 - 1904)*
Wesley T. Van Dyke (1847 - 1927)*
George W. Van Dyke (1849 - 1941)*
Sylvester Van Dyke (1850 - 1935)*
Imley A Van Dyke (1852 - 1865)*
Anna Susan Van Dyke Voorhees (1853 - 1932)*
Andrew T Van Dyke (1855 - 1936)*
John Phillips Van Dyke (1856 - 1944)*
Laura Belle Van Dyke Sked (1858 - 1947)*
First Baptist Church Cemetery
New Jersey, USA
Created by: Phyllis Matthews Ziller
Record added: Apr 07, 2009
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