Did she have brothers named Samuel, Ernest and Harry Hilton? If so then, the following may be the report of her death.
Trenton New Jersey Evening Times
May 29, 1939
Mrs Ada Hilton Bernhard, wife
of Julius Bernhard, assistant
treasurer of the Princeton Wor-
sted Mill, died yesterday morning
at her home, 38 Hillvista Boule-
vard, following an illness of
six months. She was 43 years old.
A resident of Trenton for the
last 25 years. Mrs Bernhard
came to this city from England
when she was 23. She married
Mr. Bernhard about 15 years ago
and was active in the affairs of the
Trenton Country Club and was
an ardent golf enthusiast.
Besides her husband she is sur-
vived by a daughter, Elaine, 10,
and three brothers, Samuel Hil-
ton, Ernest Hilton and Harry Hil-
ton all of Trenton.
The Funeral will be held from
the Church Home of Ivins & Tay-
lor, 77 Prospect Street, Wednes-
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with
services by the Rev. Samuel
Steinmetz of St. Michael's Epis-
copal Church. Burial will be in
Ewining Church Cemetery. Friends
may call tomorrow evening at the
The 1930 census shows the daughter was named "Mathilde E.", likely Mathilde Elaine.