Emma (Howland), wife of William Hover of Brooklyn, died suddenly last Tuesday, aged 52 years. Her death was due to apoplexy and she died twenty minutes after being taken sick. Mrs. Hover was the oldest daughter of the late Gilbert Howland of Little Silver. After her marriage to Mr. Hover she lived at Red bank for some time, her husband being employed here as a carpenter. Upon their removal to Brooklyn Mr. Hover gave up the carpenter business and has since worked in a wholesale shoe store. Mrs. Hover leaves two daughters and a son. She is also survived by four sisters and a brother, they being Mrs. Lewis White and Mrs. Albert Pope of Red Bank, and Mrs. Corlies Edwards, Mrs. Anna Murray and Charles G. Howland of Brooklyn. The body was buried on Friday in the Howland Plot at Little Silver cemetery.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Mar 19, 1902