Princeton Clarion dated 7/25/1895:


"On last Sabbath (21 July 1895) Mrs. Jane Dunlap, an old citizen of this county, passed away, after a short illness, in the 78th year of her age.


She had only been sick a few days and was not thought to be seriously ill until the evening preceding her demise. It was thought her death was due to heart trouble to which she was subject.


The funeral took place Monday afternoon and the remains were followed to their last resting place in Archer cemetery by a large concourse of relatives and friends.


Mrs. Dunlap was a native of County Donegal, Ireland, and was born in 1818. She emigrated to this country with her husband and family in 1867, coming directly to Gibson county, where a son and other relatives were then living. She has been a resident of this county ever since.


She was married in 1840 to Matthew Dunlap who died in 1881. Since that time she has been making her home for the most of the time with her youngest son, Matthew, where she died. She leaves four sons and one daughter living. They are John Dunlap. of this city; William and Thomas Dunlap, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Alex Carithers and Matthew Dunlap, living about four miles northeast of this city.


In early life Mrs. Dunlap connected herself with the Presbyterian church of Ireland; and on coming to this county she placed her membership in the United Presbyterian church with which she has continued since.  She was of a quiet, retiring disposition and was best known in her home circle and among her immediate relatives. But she gave evidence by her demeanor at all times of the sincerity of her Christian profession. She was faithful to her vows. Her life and example is a sacred legacy to the family and friends who knew her best and esteemed her most."


GCHS, Georgia McEllhiney.