New Jersey Obituaries - November 30, 1898 - William Voorhees Grover

William Voorhees Grover, brother of Joseph Grover of Red Bank and a former resident of Lincroft, died at Trenton on Sunday morning of Bright's disease. He was 64 years old and had been sick about six weeks. Mr. Grover was married twice. His wives were sisters and were daughters of Lewis Hankinson of Swimming river. He survives both of them. He was a veteran of the civil war and was a member of the Fourteenth New Jersey Volunteers. For a number of years he lived on the farm near Lincroft now occupied by Christian Soffel. Sixteen years ago he moved to Trenton, where he had since lived. The body was brought to Red Bank and the funeral was held this afternoon from the home of his brother, Joseph Grover of Monmouth street. The service was conducted by Rev. Holmes F. Gravatt. The pall bearers were Albert C. Harrison, William J. Sickles and John Vanderbilt.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, November 30, 1898