Source: North Manchester Journal, February 9, 1911
ELIZABETH HENNEY CALLED BY DEATH
Dies at Home of Parents After Long Illness.
Elizabeth Henney died just before midnight Tuesday night at the home of her parents, Michael Henney and wife, in this city. Her death was due to consumption and was not unexpected by her family and immediate friends. She had been ailing for about a year and during the past few months her health failed very rapidly. The funeral service will take place Friday at 1:30 o'clock at the family residence on West Second street. Interment will be made in Oak Lawn cemetery. The services will be conducted by Rev. D.A. Kuhn.
Deceased was born in this place, July 8, 1864 and was in the forty-seventh year of her age. Her entire life has been spent in this community where she was well known and had many friends. In early life she married Norval Crim, who died a few years after their marriage, and several years later she married Orlando Rex, from whom she was divorced. For the past few years she had been making her home with her aged parents, both of whom, with one brother, Charles Henney, and numerous other relatives survive her. She leaves a very large circle of friends.