Mrs. Rosina Wolfe, accompanied by her mother and brother, Mrs. C. Yegerlehner and son Charles, came up from Clay City this morning. The party were on their way to Indianapolis, where Mrs. Wolfe will be placed in the hospital for the insane. They were met here by Sheriff Ringo and W. B. Schwartz, who is a brother of Mrs. Yegerlehner, who accompanied them.
“Local News of the Week,” The Brazil Democrat (Brazil, Indiana), 29 March 1894, p. 1, col. 5; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://www.newspaperarchive.com : accessed 26 February 2014).
That’s grim. So much pain and anguish there. 😦
Yes, especially since Rosina spent the rest of her life in the state mental hospital system. Although she must have been released temporarily between 1894-1897 as she had two more daughters. She died in 1936.
Oh, I’m sorry to hear that!