George Jaynes, Aged Seymour Man Succumbs-Rites Held Today Funeral rites were held this afternoon from the Voss Mortuary in Seymour, in charge Rev. Elmore Smith, for George Thomas Jaynes, 81 year old Seymour resident, who died Monday at his home in that city. He had been ill only three days.
Burial was in the Chestnut Ridge Cemetery.
A native of Washington County, the son of the late William O. and Lorraine Wilcutt Jaynes. The deceased was born October 15, 1869. He was married in Brownstown in 1898 to Cora Hinds, who died in 1948. Mr. Jaynes was employed as a fireman for the Ebner Ice and Cold Storage Company in Seymour for many years.
Six children survive. They are Harry Jaynes, James Jaynes, Mrs Agnes Henley, Mrs. Helen Anderson and Mrs Mary Trapp, all residents of Seymour, and Mrs. Myrtle Ballard of Indianapolis.
Also surviving are six brother, Joseph Jaynes, Aaron Jaynes and Claude Jaynes of Seymour; Arthur Jaynes of Indianapolis, Luther Jaynes of Connersville and DeWitt Jaynes of Indianapolis; one sister, Mrs Lona Loftis of New Castle; nine grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren.