William B. Parker of Red Bank died at noon on Friday, aged eighty years. Death was caused by pneumonia, with which he had been sick about a week. Mr. Parker had always lived in this vicinity. He was a farmer by occupation. He leaves one sister, Mrs. Margaret Chadwick of Broad street, who is the last of a family of eleven. The funeral was held at his late home at two o'clock on Monday. The sermon was preached by Rev. Charles E. Hill and he was assisted by Rev. John E. Parmley of Oceanic. The body was buried in the Shrewsbury Presbyterian burying ground. The pall bearers were Isaac H. Adlem, William T. Corlies, Henry Borden, William J. Sickles, John Abbott Worthley and Thomas P. Brown.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 11 1900