Malinda Alice <I>Nelson</I> Haynes

Malinda Alice Nelson Haynes

Birth
Missouri, USA
Death 24 Apr 1936 (aged 40)
Burlington, Skagit County, Washington, USA
Burial Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington, USA
Memorial ID 15197272 · View Source
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Malinda A. Nelson married Loren Carlysis Haynes on October 29, 1913.
Her obituary says "MOTHER DIES, LEAVING FOUR DAY OLD BABE. Burlington, April 27, 1936 - Funeral services for Mrs. Malinda A. Haynes, wife of L. C. Haynes, who died Friday afternoon, leaving a four-day-old baby, will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the Walter R. Hulbush funeral home in Burlington. Burial will be in the Mount Vernon cemetery.
Mrs. Haynes' death came as a shock to all who knew her. Born in Stanberry, Missouri, Malinda Alice Nelson grew to young womanhood in that state. With her family she moved to Lesia, Montana, where she was united in marriage to L. C. Haynes. Nineteen years ago (in 1917) they moved to this state, living first in Seattle, where they resided for two years. Then for the last 17 years they made their home between Clear Lake and Mount Vernon.
Mrs. Haynes leaves to mourn her passing six sons and two daughters, Clifford (21 years old), Robert (16 years), Chester (14 years), Fred (11 years), Paul (6 years old) and the infant son born on Friday, and Evelyn (4 1/2 years) and Geneva (18 years), who are still at home. She also leaves four brothers, Clarence Nelson of Olympia, Ben (should be Dan), Roy and Columbus of Lesia, Montana, and five sisters, Mrs. Lillian Jensen of Billings, Montana; Mrs. Mary McMillian of Joliet, Montana; Mrs. Bertha Nelson of Scappoose, Oregon; Mrs. Clara Green and Mrs. Fanny Smith, both of Monroe, are also among the family members."

Her funeral notice in the Friday, May 1, 1936 edition of The Burlington Journal reported: "HAYNES FUNERAL SERVICE TUESDAY. Funeral services for Mrs. Loren C. Haynes were held at the Hulbush Funeral Home Tuesday, April 28, at 2:00 o'clock, with Rev. Charles Barker, pastor of the Whidbey Island Adventist Church in charge.
Pallbearers were: Roy Allen, George Wilcox, Harry Berger, Blake Thompson, Paul Wilcox and Lyle Fox. Music was furnished by Mrs.Bert Brandstrom and Mrs. W. H. Berger of Mount Vernon accompanied by Myrtle Johnson. Songs were "Sometime We'll Understand", "No Disappointment in Heaven" and "One Sweetly Solemn Thought".
Malinda Alice Nelson was born at Stanberry, Missouri October 29, 1895, and passed away at her home near Mount Vernon, April 24, 1936 at the age of 40 years. When she was 2 years old her parents moved to Rockvale, Montana. Here she attended the local schools, and on her 18th birthday was united in marriage to Loren C.Haynes. They made their home at Rockvale until fall of 1917 when they moved to Mount Vernon where they have since resided. Eight children were born to this union.
At an early age she was united with the Seventh Day Church of God. Her daily life and devotion to her home and family has been a beautiful expression of her religious life, and the high ideals she kept constantly before her children.
She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, two daughters, Geneva and Evelyn, six sons, Clifford, Robert, Chester, Freddie, Paul and Ray; also five sisters and four brothers.
Daughter of Christian Lewis and Mary Elizabeth (Whiteley) Nelson
(information from Sherry Putz (#47319074)



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  • Created by: Jean G.
  • Added: 9 Aug 2006
  • Find A Grave Memorial 15197272
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Malinda Alice Nelson Haynes (29 Oct 1895–24 Apr 1936), Find A Grave Memorial no. 15197272, citing Mount Vernon Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington, USA ; Maintained by Jean G. (contributor 46600282) .