Malinda "Linda" Ann Ray (Deweese) (1831 - 1920)

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Nicknames: "Linda"
Death: Died
Managed by: Andy McMahan
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About Malinda "Linda" Ann Ray (Deweese)

From the Franklin Press,1889- Mrs. Levi Ray and daughter were lost in Burningtown one night last week. Another daughter started out in search of them with a pine torch, but the torch went out and she also was lost. The son searched all night, but did not find them until morning. April 2, 1920-Miss Bessie Reeves spent Saturday night with Miss Martha Ray to sit up with her sick mother. April 9, 1920 We're sorry to announce the death of Mrs. Malinda Ray. April 16- Stiles Locals- Mrs. Linda Ray was buried in the Burningtown Cemetery Monday. April 16,1920 Editor, Franklin Press: Will you please let me write a few lines in your paper about Mrs. Malinda Ray. Mrs. Ray was 89 years Old when she died. She died April 4, 1920 on Easter Sunday. She had been blind for 15 years. She was a good Christian mother and we will miss her. It was a great pleasure to all of us little girls to go and hear this good mother talk and tell things that happened when she was a girl. She could tell us about the Indians and about the Civil War and many other interesting stories. She didn't fear death. She said she wanted to go home where all her troubles would be ended. Isn't it a happy thought to know this good old mother is in heaven? Let us all be ready to meet her in that good world. Written by : Bertha Bryant

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Malinda "Linda" Ray's Timeline

January 8, 1831
July 18, 1850
Age 19
Warren, NC, USA
October 1, 1859
Age 28
March 15, 1860
Age 29