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  1. (blank), birth certificate no. B75 (1897), New Jersey State Bureau of Vital Statistics, Trenton, NJ. Full name of child if any: ----------- Date of Birth: May 3, 1897 Place of Birth: Red Bank, NJ Name of Father: Cyrenius W. Bennett Maiden Name of Mother: Amy Perrine Country of Father's Birth: NJ Age: 23 Occupation: Carman Country of Mother's Birth: NJ Age 19 Number of Children in this Marriage: 1 How many living: 1 Name and P.O. of Medical Attendant, in own handwriting, with date: Dr. J.E. Sayre, Red Bank, NJ.
  2. Cyrenius V. Bennett, death certificate no. C-200-79 (1979), Charlotte County Health Department, Punta Gorda, Charlotte Co., FL.
  3. William VanMater Bennett, birth certificate no. C0000112872 (1919), New Jersey State Bureau of Vital Statistics, Trenton, NJ.
  4. William VanMater Bennett, death certificate no. 76 (1992), Department of Health, Division of Vital Records, Richmond, VA.
  5. Mabel Adel Bennett, birth certificate no. B137 (1900), New Jersey State Bureau of Vital Statistics, Trenton, NJ. Full name of child (if any) --------------------- Sex: Girl, Color: White Date of Birth: Jan. 28, 1900 Place of Birth Red Bank, NJ Name of Father: Wm W. Bennett Maiden Name of Mother: Fannie Rowland Country of Father's Birth: NJ Age: 23 Occupation: Clerk Country of Mother's Birth: NJ Age: 19 Number of Children in this Marriage: 1 How many living: 1 Name and P.O. Address of Medical Attendant, in own handwriting with date: J.E. Sayre, Red Bank, NJ.
  6. , "Marriage Records of Matthias Barkalow," Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 39 (): 52.
  7. Monmouth County Marriage Book A: Page 58, Monmouth County Hall of Records, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ.
  8. Baptismal Certificate of WilliamVan Mater Bennett, 13 June 1920, Red Bank, NJ, Methodist Episcopal Church, Herbert J. Belting, Pastor. Baptismal Certificate This Certifies that William VanMater Bennett infant son of Cyrenius and Mabel, born at Shrewsbury NJ on the 17 day of October A.D.1919 was this day Baptized by me in the name of the father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit according to the usuages of the Methodist Episcopal Church and is therefore entitled to be received into the full membership of the Church, when the requiredment of the Disciple have been met. Red Bank, NJ Herbert J. Belting, Pastor June 13, 1920.
  9. William VanMater Bennett and Marsha (Enten) Zimbro, marriage license no. 893268 (1979), Register of Deeds, Pasquotank County, NC, Elizabeth City, Pasquotank Co. NC.
  10. Cyrenius Van Mater Bennett Private, Honorable Discharge from the US Army (Camp A.A. Humphrys, VA:) in Personal papers of Stephen L. Bennett. Honorable Discharge from the United States Army TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN This is to certify, that Cyrenius Van Mater Bennett 2615409 Private, Company "G" 3rd Engineer Training Regiment THE UNITED STATES ARMY, as a Testimonial of Honest and Faithful service is hereby Honorably Discharged from the military service of the United States by reason of service no longer required as set forth in letter UGO Va .USCO 259 par. e Camp Humphreys, Va. Dec. 12, 1918. Said Cyrenius Van Mater Bennett was born in Red Bank, in the State of New Jersey, When enlisted he was 21 years of age and by occupation a Clothing Cutter. He had Brown eyes, light Brown hair, light complexion, and was 5 feet 7 1/2 inches in height. Given under my hand at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Va. this 12th day of December, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen. Chas. R. Fisher Major, Engineers Commanding.
  11. Red Bank Register, 7 Jun 1893. VACCINATION AND BLOOD POISONING James [sic] and Willie Rowland, sons of James H. Rowland, an expressman of Branchport, recently met peculiar deaths. The boys were vaccinated a few weeks ago, and about the time the vaccination was taking they went in swimming. Blood poisoning set in, causing their deaths. James [sic] died on Saturday, May 27th, aged ten years. Willie was eight years old, and he died the following Monday.
  12. See Red Bank Register note for brother George Rowland.
  13. Old newspaper clipping, source unknown. LILLY MAY ROWLAND DEAD Lillie May Rowland . . . died this morning of hasty consumption, in her seventeenth year. She had been in failing health since July, being compelled to resign her position at Steiner's Mill, where she was employed. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock at the house, and two o'clock at First Reformed Church. . . . Interment will be made at Greenlawn Cemetery.
  14. Charles Colyer will (1817), Wills Liber D, page 114,, Suffolk Co., NY, Wills Liber D, page 114.