Death of Mrs. Malinda Williams. Mrs. Malinda Williams, who resided in the west part of Princeton, was taken very ill last Friday morning with inflammation of the blood, or the bursting of a blood vessel of the head, from which she died on Saturday night at about 10 o'clock, in the 62d year of her age.
She survived her husband, Robert Williams, about 21 years, who died and left her with a family of eleven children, nine of whom survive her.
She made a profession of religion in 1845 at Enon church. She united with that congregation, and remained a Baptist until about eight years ago, when she joined the Methodist church of this place. She was ever a consistent Christian, we are informed, and adorned her profession with a life of humble service for the Master.
Original source: Page 5 of the Princeton Gibson County Leader (26 May 1886)
Copy submitted by Don Masturzo.