A Sad Accident - Harry Raybone Accidently Shoots Himself at Paris
- Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), 24 Oct 1906, p. 2
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Last Thursday afternoon while Harry Raybone of Paris, formerly of Glenwilliams, was cleaning a revolver, the weapon was accidently discharged and the bullet pierced his heart, killing him instantly. Harry Raybone was a native of Birmingham, England, and had worked in Glenwilliams for the past year and a half, where he was highly respected by all who kenw him. He was 24 years of age and was married on Sept. 4th last to Miss Mary Christie of the Glen. About three weeks ago he left for Paris where he had secured a good situation. Mrs. Raybone had been in Paris only a week when the sad accident occurred. The funeral took place on Saturday last to Paris cemetery. Deceased was a member of Glen Lodge Canadian Forresters and Mr. Fred Beaumont, as representative of the lodge, attended the funeral. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to Mrs. Raybone in her sad bereavement.
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- Harry Raybone; Accident; Paris; Glenwilliams; Miss Mary Christie; Glen Lodge Canadian Forresters; Fred Beaumont; Mrs. Raybone
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- 24 Oct 1906
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