Newark, NJ Train Accident, Feb 1891

The little son whom Edward Mullen, the clerk of the New-Jersey State Prison at Trenton, took to Newark with him a few hours before he was killed by a train at the Market street station at Newark, has been found in the care of friends with whom Mr. Mullen left him. Mullen's gold watch and $125 in money which he had in his pocket when he left Trenton are missing.

The New York Times, New York, NY 8 Feb 1891

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