Now as someone who works on family trees I have a special spot in my heart for those in institutions. They are usually forgotten and even finding their name and birthdate is difficult so frequently they are left out of family trees, sometimes on purpose. Frequently they end up being buried on the grounds of the institution they die in. The whole bureaucratic affair of confidential information comes into play every time you try to find information out about them.
While searching around on ancestry.com for information on Jennie, I hit a family tree that was done by Dr. Suzannah McCuen (Chief psychiatrist of adult admission service at Broughton hospital). She has taken all or at least a high percentage of people who had been committed to Eastern North Carolina State hospitals and created a family tree for each one. It was by way of her family tree on Jennie that I found she had been put in a state hospital and what year she died. She has also put this information into Find A Grave where if you were to look at people buried in Broughton Hospital Cemetery you would information on them. Great Work, a great help to all of us who do family trees and a great service to those who were committed to a State Hospital as they will not be just a name but a person with a family.