Mary Welly was an English immigrant born in 1797. She was brought to Georgia by her parents in 1808. She is mostly known for being one of the biggest and most influential women's rights activist of the 19th century. She was especially brave for spreading her message around the southern US. She specifically spoke out in favor of voting rights and a breakdown of the traditional family structure.
Unfortunately, while Mary created a small congregation and would inspire the upcoming generations, she was killed by an unknown ax murderer in 1832. It is unknown if there was any political intent.
She was buried in her hometown of Woodbine with a gravestone and statue in her honor.
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