|The Detroit Free Press, June 28, 1908|
Where she went and how the incident was settled remains unknown to me at present but one thing is certain: SHE WASN'T INSANE!
|The Detroit Free Press, December 22, 1908|
After finally tracking her husband and family to the area Mrs. Forncrook followed them and began court proceedings to regain custody of her daughter. Grace was taken into the custody of the Humane Society (for children, obviously) and after a pot-boiler trial, remained in the custody of the foster parents she was staying with, denying both parents their appeals.