Red Bank Register
Wednesday January 11, 1905, page 4 column 3: George Roberts, son of Alfred M Roberts of Little Silver, died on Monday night at the home of Mrs Summers on Maple avenue, Red Bank. His death was due to brain trouble. He was first stricken last October, but recovered from the first attack. He was stricken again on Tuesday of last week and on Friday he was taken to Mrs Summers's by the Epworth league of the Little Silver Methodist church. He was twenty years old. Precious to his first sickness he had been employed as a bell boy at the Globe hotel, Red Bank. His mother died last September. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock at the Little Silver Methodist church. The body will be buried in the Little Silver cemetery.
Red Bank Register, Wednesday, May 10, 1905, page 8 Column 2: Florence Roberts, daughter of A. M. Roberts, who has been failing in health for some time, is now much worse. She suffers from consumption.
Wednesday May 17, 1905 page 7 Column, A M Roberts was hoping to send Florence to her sister in Ohio in hope the change of climate would improve her health.
Wednesday July 12, 1905 page 9. An article on A M Roberts that stated the he had two daughter living at home and on Thursday morning of last week the oldest of these girls died.