The following account contains scenes of violence and gore .. not suitable for frail old ladies, sensitive old gentlemen, children, or persons of a nervous disposition.
It is adapted from a melodramatic, gratuitously graphic and unnecessarily bloodthirsty article in the Chicago Times — making it even more melodramatic, gratuitously graphic and bloodthirsty ??
Jane Morley was buried in Lake Station.
She had been born at Little Hallam and baptised at St. Mary’s Church, Ilkeston on October 18th 1814, her name incorrectly recorded as Jane Caroline Bower.
Her cousin was Hannah Bower, eldest child of Gervis and Sarah, who married greengrocer John Robey in November 1844.
Robert Morley’s remains were returned to Chicago to be buried there.