The West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, 8 March 1850

On Wednesday last, at Calstock, on the body of a widow lady named Susan BOX.  It appeared that she was to have been married at Plymouth on the preceding Tuesday morning. On Monday evening she sent for a girl called Ann HEARN to come down to sleep with her, and to take care of the house during her absence on the following day. About ten o'clock, she desired the girl to go
into bed whilst she soaked her feet. After doing so, and whilst curling her hair, she fell back and instantly expired. Verdict, "died by the visitation of God."

Contributed by Isabel Harris