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Rachel was born in the middle of 1820s probably in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. She was raised there and attended school at the age of six. Rachel had a schoolmate who was redheaded and after some time her hair colour turned to auburn.
Marriage with Thomas LyndeEdit
In middle of 1840s, when she was 18 years old, she married Thomas Lynde. They had together twelve children. Two of them died in small age. In 1858 they moved to new house which they named Lynde's Hollow.
Rachel husband died in June 1883.
Life at Green GablesEdit
Rachel is a female given name of Hebrew origin and means ewe or female sheep.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Patricia Hamilton is best known actress who ever portrayed Rachel Lynde. She portrayed her in all four Kevin Sullivan's films, Anne of Green Gables (1985), Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987), Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000) and Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (2008). She also potrayed her in several episodes of Road to Avonlea series and was Rachel's voice actor in Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series and the 2005 film Anne: Journey to Green Gables.
- Miyoko Asô was her voice actress in Japanese TV series Akage no An (1979).
- Madge Ryan portrayed her in 1975 TV mini series Anne of Avonlea.
- Avis Bunnage portrayed Rachel in 1972 TV series Anne of Green Gables, also starring Kim Braden as Anne Shirley.
- Helene Winston portrayed her in 1956 film Anne of Green Gables and also in 1958 film Anne of Green Gables.
- Joan Young portrayed Rachel in all six episodes of 1952 TV series Anne of Green Gables.
- Sara Haden portrayed Mrs. Rachel Barry, the hybrid of Rachel Lynde and Mrs. Barry, in 1934 film Anne of Green Gables, also starring Anne Shirley as Anne Shirley.
|Anne of Green Gables Wiki has 12 images of Rachel Lynde.|
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