New Jersey Wills - 1899 - William Hopkin

William Hopkin, who died recently at Bradley Beach, owned a house and lot at that place. His will provided that this property be sold at once. Two-thirds of the sum received for the house and lot is to go to his widow and the other third to one of his daughters. Two other daughters are each to have the furniture in any room of the house that they may select. The rest of the furniture goes to his widow. His watch, rings and various other trinkets were distributed among his grandchildren.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, August 23, 1899