Margaret Woolley of Ocean township made her will September 4th, 1895. She directed that a mortgage for $3,114.17, with interest from February 14th, 1890, due to her from her daughters, Margaret Woolley and Annie E. Woolley, be paid out of her estate. She ordered that her furniture be equally divided among her daughters, Sarah, Annie and Maggie. Sarah is also to get $300 and two silver spoons. The her son Clay she gave a clock and to her son Pen she gave a picture of his father. Her daughters Ada and Annie are to get two silver spoons and Annie is to get all the rest of her silverware. The remainder of her estate is to be equally divided among her children, Maggie, Annie, Sarah, Pen, Clay and Ada Ahangenessy. Henry S. Terhune was made executor of the will.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 11 1900