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E. C. Cornwell Dies In Ypsilanti

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E. C. Cornwell Dies In Ypsilanti
Illness Fatal To Head Of Paper Company
YPSILANTI – Edward C. Cornwell, 85, resident of Ypsilanti all his life, died at his home, 209 N. Huron St., Saturday after several days illness.
Mr. Cornwell had been president and general manager of the Peninsular Paper Co. in Ypsilanti for a number of years. Before him, his father had owned and operated the business.
Mr. Cornwell was born on May 22, 1862, the son of Cornelius C. and Eliza Dean Cornwell. He was a member of St. Luke’s Episcopal church.
Surviving is the wife, formerly Jennie Quirk.
Funeral services were held this afternoon at a Geer Funeral Home, with Rev. Robert L. De Witt of St. Luke’s Episcopal church officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery.