Somerville—Promotion of First Lieut. Chester Gulick, son of Mrs. J. Edgar Gulick, Cornell Road, was announced on completion of a course in the Infantry School at Fort Benning, Ga. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and attached to the 3rd Battalion, 151st Infantry.
Source: Plainfield Courier-News, October 2, 1941.
Raritan—On their return from a wedding trip to the South, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gulick will reside at Alliance, Ohio, where Mr. Gulick, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Gulick, Cornell Blvd., this place, is employed. Bride is the former Miss Doris Burns Franklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Burns Franklin of Cliffside Park.
Wedding was performed in the Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, Towson, Md., Sept. 30, with members of the immediate family present.
Bride was graduated from the New Jersey College for Women, Class of 1934. Mr. Gulick received a degree as a Ceramics Engineer from Rutgers University, Class of 1934, Class of 1934, and is a member of Alpha Kappa Pi fraternity at Rutgers.
Source: Plainfield Courier-News, October 5, 1939.
Raritan—Miss Marguerite A. Gulick, daughter of Mrs. J. Edgar Gulick, 51 N. Cornell Blvd., and the late Mr. Gulick, and C. Russel Grigsby, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Grigsby, of Salisbury, Mo., were married yesterday 5 p.m. by the Rev. Edgar I. McCully, former pastor of the Third Reformed Church, in his home in E. High St., Somerville.
The bride, who wore a white summer flannel dress, was attended by her sister, Miss Dorothy Gulick, who wore blue with a pink corsage. Raffeiele Nargi of Plainfield was best man.
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Chester Gulick, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Gulick of Frelinghuysen Avenue, received the degree of bachelor of arts at Rutgers University Saturday. He is a graduate of Somerville High School. During his senior year he has been president of the Ceramics Club, of which he secretary one year ago. He is treasurer of the Alpha Kappa Pi fraternity in Rutgers.
Source: Plainfield Courier-News, June 11, 1934.
SOMERVILLE – Miss M. Dorothy Gulick, 68, of 51 Cornell Blvd. died yesterday (March 11, 1974) at Irvington Hospital.
Born in Raritan, she lived most of her life in Somerville. She was a member of the Third Reformed Church, Raritan.
Surviving is her brother, Chester of Mayfield, Ky.
Arrangements are by the Speer Funeral Home.
Source: Central New Jersey Courier-News, March 12, 1974.
Somerville—Mrs. Helen R. Gulick, 85, of Cornell Blvd., died yesterday (Aug. 23, 1965) in the Somerset Valley Nursing Home, Bound Brook. A lifelong resident of Somerville, she is the widow of J. Edgar Gulick, who died in 1942.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Russell Grigsby of Millington and Miss M. Dorothy Gulick of the home; a son, Chester Gulick of Mayfield, Ky.; and a sister, Mrs. Eugene Frazee of Annandale.
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MIDDLEBUSH, April 28.—Mrs. Annie C. Gulick, 72, of Hamilton road was found dead in the basement of her home Saturday. She had hanged herself with a clothesline. Dr. Edgar Flint, Somerset county physician, listed the death as a suicide and said the woman had suffered from melancholia.
The widow of Cornelius Gulick, Mrs. Gulick is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Irving Stewart of Millstone; a grandson; and a sister, Mrs. Henry Ruppert of East Millstone.
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Middlebush—Cornelius J. Gulick, 70, of Hamilton Rd., died yesterday afternoon (July 23, 1951) in Somerset Hospital, Somerville, after a short illness. Born in Millstone, he had been a lifelong resident of this vicinity. He was employed as a road maintenance man for Franklin Township. He was a member of Ivanhoe Council, Jr. OUAM, Somerville.
Mr. Gulick is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie Cook Gulick; and one son, Russell J. Gulick of New Brunswick.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. in the Sutphen Funeral Home, Somerville. The Rev. Henry Hotaling, pastor of the Hillsborough Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the North Branch Cemetery.
Source: Central New Jersey Courier-News, July 24, 1951.
Somerville—J. Edgar Gulick, 64, retired farmer, died today (Mar. 12, 1942) in Somerset Hospital following a long illness. He resided at 51 Cornell Blvd., Raritan.
Born in Millstone, Sept. 19, 1877, Mr. Gulick was the son of the late Abram V. and Margaret Hageman Gulick. He was a member of Hiawatha Council 110, Jr. OUAM in East Millstone, and of the Third Reformed Church in Raritan.
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Mrs. Margaret Ann Gulick, 83, died at the home of her son, J. Edgar Gulick, in Frelinghuysen avenue, Saturday morning from ailments incident to her advanced age. In addition to the son with whom she made her home, Mr. [sic] Gulick is survived by a son, Cornelius, of Belle Mead. The deceased was the widow of Abram Gulick, who died in 1927. She was born in the vicinity of Hacklebarney was the daughter of Jeremiah and Elizabeth Rarick [sic] Hageman. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock and will be conducted by the Rev. H.K. Hotaling, pastor of the Millstone Reformed Church. Burial will be in the new cemetery at Somerville.
Source: Central New Jersey Courier-News, March 4, 1929.