Maria Helena <I>Mortensen</I> Ray

Maria Helena Mortensen Ray

Birth
Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah, USA
Death
19 May 1946 (aged 78)
Coolidge, Pinal County, Arizona, USA
Burial
Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
Plot
Block 503 Lot 4 Grave 8
Memorial ID
32858251 View Source

James Wilford Ray and Maria Helena Mortensen were married Dec 3, 1884 in St. George, Washington, Utah. They were the parents of 11 children.

Herman Gubler and Maria Helena Mortensen Ray were married Dec 23 1931 in Santa Clara, Washington, Utah.

DIED: Certificate of Death Arizona State Department of Health Division of Vital Statistics State File No. 461; name: Maria Helena Ray Gubler ; residence: Box 654 (Post Office) Coolidge, Pinal, Arizona; Widow; Female; White; Retired; born Oct 11, 1867 Gunnison, Utah; died May 19, 1946 11 p.m. Coolidge, Pinal, Arizona age 78 yrs 7 months 9 days; SSN-none; Cause of Death: Senility with Chronic Fecal Impaction; Malnutrition approaching Starvation when seen my me - G. S. Maxwell M.D. of Coolidge; father: Martin Peter Mortensen b. Denmark; mother: Dorthy Jensen b. Denmark; informant: Marion Ray of Mesa, Arizona; removal May 19, 1946 to Mesa, Arizona; Meldrum Mortuary in Mesa, Arizona

OBITUARY: Ray, Maria Helena, passed away Sunday in Coolidge. Services conducted by Bishop Egbert J. Brown will be held at 3 p.m. today, Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, Mesa.

OBITUARY: Rites Due Tomorrow For Coolidge Woman: Mesa, May 20: Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Helena Ray who died at the home of her son, William R. Ray of Coolidge, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday from the Meldrum Mortuary Chapel. Bishop Egbert J. Brown will conduct the services. Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery. Mrs. Ray was born October 11, 1867, in Gunnison, Utah, but moved to St. Joseph when she was 10 years of age. After her marriage to James Wilford Ray they moved to the Mormon colonies in Mexico where they lived for 27 years, then moved to Arizona. She is survived by her children; Marion, Mesa; Joseph F., Santa Clara, Utah; Wardlow R., Benson, Ariz.; Mrs. Chloe Brent, Los Angeles; Mrs. Ada Wall, Logan, Utah; Mrs. Rosalia Stucki, Salt Lake City; Miss Nell Ray, Ephraim, Utah; and William R., Coolidge, and by 27 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

FUNERAL PROGRAM: In Memory of Maria Helena Ray born Oct 11, 1867 Gunnison, Utah; Passed away May 19 1946 Coolidge, Arizona; Services 3:00 p.m. May 22, 1946; Officiating: Bishop Egbert J. Brown; Invocation: A. J. Palmer; Biography: L. M. Mecham; Resignation: Anderson Sisters; Speaker: C. W. Lillywhite; Face To Face: Ben & Myrtle Riggs; Benediction: Bishop Brown; Organist: Elene Freestone; Concluding Services at Mesa City Cemetery: Dedication: Gilbert Richardson

Maria Helena Mortensen Ray Gubler was buried May 22, 1946.

James Wilford Ray and Maria Helena Mortensen were married Dec 3, 1884 in St. George, Washington, Utah. They were the parents of 11 children.

Herman Gubler and Maria Helena Mortensen Ray were married Dec 23 1931 in Santa Clara, Washington, Utah.

DIED: Certificate of Death Arizona State Department of Health Division of Vital Statistics State File No. 461; name: Maria Helena Ray Gubler ; residence: Box 654 (Post Office) Coolidge, Pinal, Arizona; Widow; Female; White; Retired; born Oct 11, 1867 Gunnison, Utah; died May 19, 1946 11 p.m. Coolidge, Pinal, Arizona age 78 yrs 7 months 9 days; SSN-none; Cause of Death: Senility with Chronic Fecal Impaction; Malnutrition approaching Starvation when seen my me - G. S. Maxwell M.D. of Coolidge; father: Martin Peter Mortensen b. Denmark; mother: Dorthy Jensen b. Denmark; informant: Marion Ray of Mesa, Arizona; removal May 19, 1946 to Mesa, Arizona; Meldrum Mortuary in Mesa, Arizona

OBITUARY: Ray, Maria Helena, passed away Sunday in Coolidge. Services conducted by Bishop Egbert J. Brown will be held at 3 p.m. today, Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, Mesa.

OBITUARY: Rites Due Tomorrow For Coolidge Woman: Mesa, May 20: Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Helena Ray who died at the home of her son, William R. Ray of Coolidge, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday from the Meldrum Mortuary Chapel. Bishop Egbert J. Brown will conduct the services. Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery. Mrs. Ray was born October 11, 1867, in Gunnison, Utah, but moved to St. Joseph when she was 10 years of age. After her marriage to James Wilford Ray they moved to the Mormon colonies in Mexico where they lived for 27 years, then moved to Arizona. She is survived by her children; Marion, Mesa; Joseph F., Santa Clara, Utah; Wardlow R., Benson, Ariz.; Mrs. Chloe Brent, Los Angeles; Mrs. Ada Wall, Logan, Utah; Mrs. Rosalia Stucki, Salt Lake City; Miss Nell Ray, Ephraim, Utah; and William R., Coolidge, and by 27 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

FUNERAL PROGRAM: In Memory of Maria Helena Ray born Oct 11, 1867 Gunnison, Utah; Passed away May 19 1946 Coolidge, Arizona; Services 3:00 p.m. May 22, 1946; Officiating: Bishop Egbert J. Brown; Invocation: A. J. Palmer; Biography: L. M. Mecham; Resignation: Anderson Sisters; Speaker: C. W. Lillywhite; Face To Face: Ben & Myrtle Riggs; Benediction: Bishop Brown; Organist: Elene Freestone; Concluding Services at Mesa City Cemetery: Dedication: Gilbert Richardson

Maria Helena Mortensen Ray Gubler was buried May 22, 1946.


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