Several Page Obituary for Caroline Emily Chesson Ray
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SubjectCaroline Emily Chesson Ray; Childhood home in Chatham; Soldiers and barracks in the town; Fertile fields; Grandfather's house in Rochester; David Copperfield; Rochester Castle; Reverend Benjamin Eastwood, minister of the Wesleyan Church; Voyage to new home, Dennis Cape Cod; Marriage of Benjamin Eastwood and Lucretia Miner; Position as a teacher at Williamsburg, MA; Leeds; Superintendent of the Leeds button girls' shop; George H. Ray; Children of Caroline Emily Chesson and George H. Ray; George B.; Annie J.; Benjamin E.; Elizabeth C.; Julia M.; George H. Ray's position with the Nonotuck Silk Company; Mill River Disaster; Caroline Emily Chesson Ray's relief work; Religious efforts in Leeds; Praise for Caroline Emily Chesson Ray's character; Dr. Reed; Reverend Mr. Cobb
Eight page printed and bound obituary, entitled: "C. Emily Chesson Ray, Dec. 25, 1839 - Dec. 22, 1914"
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