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My husband is a son of Lennie Raynor; born in Sampson County. My husband's grandmother was Nancy Raynor, sister to Frank Raynor. He remember Frank, Archie, Lisker & Edgar since the farm on which he was born was contingent to Frank's farm. We have been looking for other Raynors such as your grandfather since my father-in-law was an only child. WE lived in California for over 40 years before retiring to N. Carolina and so lost touch with any of the rest of the family. My husband's cousins on his mother's side still live in Duplin County and he has a sister-in-law who lives outside Grantham. We would love to have the exact location of Frank Raynor's burial site. We have tried to find it and have been unsuccessful.