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Terrell died four years later in Highland Beach, Maryland. Works Cited Oberlin College Archives. Accessed 7 June Known as Mollie, she grew up in a suburb of Memphis with white children as her first playmates Sterling, Santa rosa biwomen for couples Sundays, her father often took her to visit Captain Church.
She would later learn that this older white man was her paternal grandfather and had been her father's master. Captain Church had allowed his slave son to learn to read and write.
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Mollie was sent to school in Ohio and later attended Antioch and Oberlin Colleges. Though it was her father's desire that she live as a genteel lady, Terrell had other plans.
After graduating from Oberlin inshe taught at Wilberforce University and then at a high school in Washington D. Inshe Frederick women looking for sex Robert Terrell, a teacher and lawyer.
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Bobby Bennettformer member of the Famous Flameswitnessed the incident. She was bleeding, shedding blood.
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Terrell told Ebony magazine in that she believed her emotional state during this relationship was a contributing factor to her headaches, which would come after quarrels. Ernest "Ernie" Garrett. Following her eighth and final operation on January 21,Terrell went into a coma.
She died on March 16, a month shy of her 25th birthday. Terrell's funeral was held at the Janes Methodist Church in Philadelphia. Ernest "Ernie" Garrett, who knew Gaye, her mother angrily barred everyone at Motown from her funeral, except for Gaye, whom she felt was Terrell's closest friend.
Gaye never fully got over Terrell's death, according to several biographers who have stated that Terrell's death led Gaye to depression and drug abuse.
In addition, Gaye's classic album What's Going Onan introspective, low-key work which Malta friends contact dating chat with mature themes released inwas in part a reaction to Terrell's death.