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Cheryl Ray Rainey
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Birth: Oct. 6, 1962
Death: Dec. 1, 1962

3 December 1962, Crawfordsville Journal Review, Crawfordsville, Indiana

Advance-Cheryl Ray Rainey, infant daughter of Jackie and Marilyn Whitaker Rainey of north east of New Ross, died at 2:45pm Saturday in Riley Hospital in Indianapolis, where she had been a patient since the day before Thanksgiving. The baby was born in Culver Hospital at Crawfordsville October 6, 1962. Surviving are the parents and grandparents, Mr and Mrs Raymond McCloud of New Ross and Mr and Mrs. Lester Rainey of Waynetown. The baby's parents attended the Advance Christian Church. Funeral rites were held at 2Pm today at the Gephart Funeral Home in Ladoga with the Rev. Robert Sexton of Advance officiating. Burial was in the New Ross Cemetery. 
New Ross Cemetery
New Ross
Montgomery County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Marilyn Walker
Record added: Oct 06, 2006
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Cheryl Ray Rainey
Added by: Marilyn Walker
Cheryl Ray Rainey
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Another Christmas without you, I love and miss you so much baby girl. I know you are with Grandma and Grandpa McCloud,and in a very good place. Love you sweet girl.
- Marilyn Walker
 Added: Dec. 22, 2012
Love you baby girl, how I long to see your face, know that I will always have you close in my heart. I know that you are safe with some very special loved ones, until we can meet again someday. Love you bunches. MOM
- Marilyn Walker
 Added: Nov. 20, 2012
Days like today, I think of you even more, as it reminds me of the day you were born to me. Indian Summers. I love you baby girl. I often wonder what you would look like today, your family you possibly would have.
- Marilyn Walker
 Added: Oct. 17, 2012
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