I previously touted the digitization and free online availability of the Red Bank Register Newspaper. In this spirit, the Archives are busily digitizing the myriad of records in these boxes. Some are already done and are available online for you to search and view for free. I was told that if a record is not viewable online yet, you may request a paper copy. I recommend doing your research online first and then making an appointment to visit the archives to retrieve copies and search for yourself all of the paper copies that are not yet digitized.
The Archives holds the Coroner Inquest papers regarding the death of Maud Walling. Death by murder could provide more details about your family than other modes of death, so it's definitely worth checking out. (Do not overlook the people in your tree who did not marry or have children. They also left a paper trail that might be more discoverable than the breadcrumbs left by your direct ancestors.) The actual papers are not available online yet, but you can request them. This goes beyond merely reading the articles concerning the death in the Red Bank Register.