Sterling Daily Standard, Sterling, IL
February 11, 1896
Word was received this morning announcing the death of Mrs. Harvey C. Hull of Prophetstown. Sunday evening Mrs. Hull fell down stairs and sustained internal injuries which caused her death. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hull are well known in Sterling and the Standard, together with their friends will tender to Mr. Hull heartfelt sympathy.
Sterling Evening Gazette, Sterling, IL
February 12, 1896
Mrs. H. C. Hull died at her home in Prophetstown, Monday night, from injuries received by falling into the cellar. Mrs. Hull had been into the cellar and returning, had forgotten to close the door, which is a trap-door. She never regained consciousness after the fall. The funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon in the Congregational church at Prophetwstown,. Miss Jenette L. Scarritt was born in Middletown, Connecticut, February 18, 1832, and was married to Harvey C. Hull in Waterburn, Connecticut, October 7, 1850. One son, Charles W. Hull, who is a banker at Kirwin, Kansas, and her husband survive her.