Audrey Gertrude Carlyon was born at Ishpeming, Michigan the daughter of Peter Carlyon and Lillian May Hulmes, natives of New Jersey. The family returned to New Jersey where she spent most of her short life. The following are extracts from the local newspaper, the Rockaway Record.
Ruth Downe entertained the girls of the Y group at her home on Monday evening. Orchestra music was the topic of interest in which everyone participated. The next meeting will be held at the home of Audrey Carlyon.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1928
REBEKAH LODGE INSTALL OFFICERS
About 150 people attended Rockaway Rebekah lodge No 86 on Friday evening, Jan 4th when installation of officers was held. Due to the sudden death of Mr. Jilson of Summit, husband of the district secretary for Morris district on Friday evening, Mrs. Emma Jilsom was unable to come. In her absence Past District Deputy President Katherina Hendershot of Morristown acted in her place.
The new officers installed were Mrs Emma Doremus, Past Grand; Mrs. Mae Garrison, Noble Grand; Mrs. Lettie Hulmes, Vice-Grand; Llewllyn Decker, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Marion Stromberg, Financial Secretary; Miss Elva Carlyon, Treasurer; Mrs. Katherine Redmond, Chaplain; Mrs. Edith Decker, Right Support to Noble Grand; Mrs. Carrie Orr, Left Support to Noble Grand; Miss Audrey Carlyon, Warden; Mrs. Viola Carr, Conductress; Mrs. Myrtle Quimby, Inside Guardian; Mrs. Irene L. Greschside, Right Support to Vice-Grand; Mrs. Mae MacKinnon, Left Support to Vice-Grand and Mrs. Evelyn Keefe, pianist.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1929
Leslie and Audrey Carlyon of Ogden Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Freeman of Denville are on a motor trip in New York State.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1929
ROCKAWAY GIRL BURIED TODAY
AUDREY CARLYON DIED FROM LINGERING ILLNESS.
Miss Audrey Gertrude Carlyon a well known resident of Rockaway and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carlyon, died at the home of her parents in Ogden avenue, Tuesday. She had been in failing health for about a year a portion of which time she had been a patient at the Shongum Sanatorium at Morris Plains. She was 23 years of age.
Miss Carlyon had always resided in Rockaway. She attended the grade schools here and graduated from Rockaway High School with the class of 1928. At High School she was one of the popular students of her class and had many friends. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church of Rockaway and a member of the Harding Chapter, O.E.S. She was also affiliated with the Rebekah Lodge, where she was active and held various offices.
Surviving, besides her parents, is one sister Mrs. Kenneth Freeman of Denville; three brothers, Thomas of Boonton and Russell and Leslie Carlyon of Rockaway.
Funeral Services were held from the home at 2:30 this afternoon. Rev. Eldred C. Kulzenga pastor of the First Presbyterian church officiated. Internment was made at the Presbyterian cemetery, Rockaway.
THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1932