St. Charles Review (St. Charles, Ill.), July 6, 1878
Sudden Death - Mrs. Betsey Hunley died very suddenly on Wednesday morning at five o'clock. Her husband awoke from sleep, and found that his life partner had left him, and that a cold form was all that remained of her. He summoned the neighbors and sent for a doctor - an unnecessary precaution for she needed no remedies. the Great Physician" had cured her of all early ailments. Dr. Gillette, county coroner, summoned the following jury: Ed. Baker, foreman; S.L. Adams, R.H. Kelley, C. Pike, R.H. Lake,George N. Sill, L. Jucket, Jacob Veeder, Robert Atkinson, Andrew Weisel, Wm. H. Hess and D.L. Zabriski. The unanimous opinion of the jurymen, was that the deceased came to her death by heart disease. The funeral was held Friday morning, Rev. Coleman officiating. --------- Posted as a courtesy. I am not related to nor researching this family and have no further information.