Ernest Raynor Died Daily Free Press Carbondale, IL 12 Nov 1929, p 1

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Ernest Raynor Died
Daily Free Press
Carbondale, IL
12 Nov 1929, p 1 - Ernest Raynor, Once Resident Here, Dies Tlie...
Ernest Raynor, Once Resident Here, Dies Tlie -funeral of Ernest Raynor, formerly formerly of this city, was held in Chicago Chicago today. Mr. Raynor was one of the large donors to the fund which was used by the Business and Professional Professional Women's > club to beautify the old city cemetery on East Main street. Mr. Raynor leaves,'a sister, Mrs. Ralph Allison, of Columbia, 111.,' and a brother, DeWitt, of Detroit, Mich. Mr. Raynor, who -was crippled, worked in Carbondale as a printer, more'than 25 years ago. Despite his handicaps, however, be became, successful successful in Chicago, and although not wealthy, made a good living,- He never"acculated wealth. But he was known for his generous-benefactions to needy ,relatives. For years'he rendered' rendered' financial aid and kept in tolerable tolerable circumstances ' Mrs.^ Anna Lincoln, aged widow', who lived" in Carbondale for more than half a century. century. The 'woman died about four years ago. He.r husband was a distant distant relative of "the Emancipator. Mrs. Lincoln wan a step-mother of Raynor. Instructions for S. S. Teachers, Plan '•' At"a meeting-of the officers ofvthe

Clipped from The Daily Free Press12 Nov 1929, TuePage 1

The Daily Free Press (Carbondale, Illinois)12 Nov 1929, TuePage 1
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