|Birth: ||Jun. 11, 1831|
New Jersey, USA
|Death: ||May 14, 1913|
New York, USA
Philip D. Cole died at his home in Westbrookville at 3 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, May 14th, of locomotor ataxia, after a long illness. He was aged 82 years.
He was born in Sussex, N. J., and was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Decker. In early life he enlisted in Company E, 143rd Regiment, New York State Volunteer Infantry, and served with credit during the War of the Rebellion, from which service he received an honorable discharge. The greater part of his life was spent at Westbrookville, where he was engaged in farming.
Mr. Cole was twice married; his first wife being Miss Emeline Griffin, of Westbrookville, to whom he was married in 1852. His second wife was Miss Lucinda Fuller to whom he was married in 1887, and who survives him. He is further survived by two sons, Silas G. Cole, of Elizabeth, N. J., and Gilbert L. Cole, of Middletown, N. Y.; one daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Baker, of Middletown; one brother, James D. Cole, of Kearney, N. J.; one sister, Mrs. Lorana Bross, of Jamaica, L. I.
The funeral will be held at the church in Westbrookville at 2 o'clock this afternoon and interment will be in the Westbrookville Cemetery.
-- Middletown (NY) Daily Times-Press, Friday, May 16, 1913
Emeline Griffin Cole (1833 - 1886)
Mary Elizabeth Cole Baker (1853 - 1916)*
George W. Cole (1856 - 1908)*
Silas G. Cole (1860 - 1947)*
Gilbert L. Cole (1873 - 1946)*
New York, USA
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