Cudgegong Valley History Project

Sydney Edgar Rayner1945

Name
Sydney Edgar Rayner
Given names
Sydney Edgar
Surname
Rayner
Death of a wifeHannah E Sheppard
1910

Death 1945

Note: FUNERALS: RAYNER.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Sydney Edgar Rayner and Family, of 52 O'Brien Street. Bondi, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Husband and Father, to leave our Private Chapels. 302 Oxford Street. Woollahra, This (Saturday) Morning, at 10.43, for Eastern Suburbs Crematorium. Walter Carter, Waverley (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 2 June 1945, page 25).
Note: DEATHS: RAYNER. - June 1, 1945, at his residence, 52 O'Brien Street, Bondi Beach (suddenly), Sydney Edgar, dearly loved husband of Ellen Rayner, and loving father of Gladys (Mrs. J. Brady), Enid (A.A.N.S.), Bruce, Dulcie (Mrs. E. Smith), Reg (R.A.A.F.), Nancy (Mrs. E. Ryan), and Marie, aged 64 years. (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 2 June 1945, page 26).
  1. Generation 1
    1. Sydney Edgar Rayner. He died in 1945. He married 2 times. The first time he married Hannah E Sheppard, daughter of Henry Sheppard and Susannah Rhodes. The second time he married Ellen Esther Sheppard, daughter of Henry Sheppard and Susannah Rhodes.

      Sydney Edgar Rayner and Hannah E Sheppard had 4 children.

      Sydney Edgar Rayner and Ellen Esther Sheppard had 2 children.

Death

FUNERALS: RAYNER.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Sydney Edgar Rayner and Family, of 52 O'Brien Street. Bondi, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Husband and Father, to leave our Private Chapels. 302 Oxford Street. Woollahra, This (Saturday) Morning, at 10.43, for Eastern Suburbs Crematorium. Walter Carter, Waverley (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 2 June 1945, page 25).

Death

DEATHS: RAYNER. - June 1, 1945, at his residence, 52 O'Brien Street, Bondi Beach (suddenly), Sydney Edgar, dearly loved husband of Ellen Rayner, and loving father of Gladys (Mrs. J. Brady), Enid (A.A.N.S.), Bruce, Dulcie (Mrs. E. Smith), Reg (R.A.A.F.), Nancy (Mrs. E. Ryan), and Marie, aged 64 years. (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 2 June 1945, page 26).