He was united in marriage January 23, 1901, to Miss Josephine Armstrong, at Greencastle, Ind. To this union two sons were born, Hugh A., 20 and Laurence F., 16. He was a resident of Lowell in the years 1902 and 1904, when he conducted an undertaking establishment. He moved from here to Chicago and from there to Urbana, Ill. He was a member of Logan Square lodge F. & A.M. and was a Past Patron of Logan Square Chaptet Eastern Star. He was the founder of the Cedar Lake Rod and Gun club, an organization now extinct, and was for many years the best known trap shooter in the country.
He was the third child of C.W. and Flora Binyon and is survived by his wife, two sons, two brothers, Lewis D., Hal, of Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. J.U. Spindler, of Cedar Lake, Mrs. Guy Nichols, of Crown Point, and Mrs. Walter Brownell, of Valparaiso.
Christian Science services were conducted at the Binyon hotel at Cedar Lake last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Rice, reader of the 16th Church of Christ Scientist, of Chicago, conducted the service. Mrs. Carrie Thorpe, of Urbana, Ill., sang and Tennyson's "Crossing of the Bar" was read by Charles Hilands. Interment was made in the Lowell cemetery. Undertaker William had charge of the burial service.
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