Macoupin County Enquirer, Wednesday, 5 March 1902, page 6 column 2 "NORTH OTTER."

Mrs. Caleb Adcock, nee Harlan [Harbour], who died Saturday night at her home in Nilwood, was buried in Union Chapel cemetery today (Monday). The funeral services were conducted at Nilwood by Rev. Antrobus, pastor of the Baptist church, of which she was a member. She had been a sufferer from cancer for a long time, but bore her afflictions patiently.

5 March 1902, p 10 c 4 "NILWOOD"

Mrs. Adcock died at her home in this village Saturday evening, March 1st, 1902, at 10 o'clock, of lung fever, aged 37 years and 22 days. Mrs. Adcock had been ill for several months with the trouble which resulted in her death. Deceased was born near Hickory Point February 6, 1865. She united with the Baptist church at the age of 17 years, has lived a consistent Christian life until death. In 1882 she was united in marriage with Caleb Adcock. To this union two children were born, Fredrick and George Adcock who with husband survive her. The funeral occured at the Baptist church Monday, March 3, at 10 o'clock, Rev. Atrobus of Manchester, officiating. After the services at the church were concluded the remains were taken to Union Chapel cemetery and consigned to the tomb. She was a good woman and the husband and two sons have the sympathy of all in their affliction. Mr. Adcock being a member of the Mine Workers Union the mine closed and the union turned out in a body.