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Middlesex County
New Jersey

Politicians who died in Middlesex County

  Cranbury: C. Raymond Wicoff, 1957
  Edison: Alvah H. Cole, 1970 — Warren W. Wilentz, 2010
  Highland Park: Edwin W. Eden, 1953 — Cornelius McCrelis, 1964
  Jamesburg: John S. Badeau, 1995
  Metuchen: William C. Wilson, 1951 — Arthur K. Hillpot, 1953 — Bernard J. Dwyer, 1998 — John J. Fay, 2003
  Monroe Township: Cornelius Edward Gallagher, 2018
  New Brunswick: John Bubenheim Bayard, 1807 — Robert Morris, 1815 — James Schureman, 1824 — Andrew Kirkpatrick, 1831 — John Neilson, 1833 — Theodore Frelinghuysen, 1862 — Garnett B. Adrain, 1878 — Thomas M. DeRussy, 1887 — Miles Ross, 1903 — Benjamin F. Howell, 1933 — William F. Smith, 1968 — Klemmer Kalteissen, 1984
  Perth Amboy: John Johnstone, 1732 — James G. Birney, 1857 — James Parker, 1868 — John F. Ten Broeck, 1897 — George H. Tice, 1913 — Arthur A. Quinn, 1957 — Arthur J. Sills, 1982 — George J. Otlowski, 2009
  South Amboy: James Morgan, 1822 — Joseph T. Karcher, 1987
  Woodbridge: Joseph H. T. Martin, 1926
   See also New Jersey deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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