Linked By Lengnicks: Emil Edward Lengnick, Sr.


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Lengnick, Emil Edward (card 1/2)

BG          November 12, 1942         p. 1




E. E. Lengnick Buried


Emil Edward Lengnick, sixty-

six, died at his home here at 6

o’clock Tuesday morning after a

brief illness. Funeral services

were conducted at St. Helena’s

Episcopal church Wednesday af-

ternoon at 4:30 o’clock, the Rev.

R. Maynard Marshall officiating.

Burial followed in the church-


Surviving are his widow, Mrs.

Lena Wood Lengnick; two sons,

C. Alfred Lengnick, of Beaufort,

and Lewis W. Lengnick, of Hono-

lulu; one grandchild, Paula Wood

Lengnick of Beaufort; a third

son, E. E. Lengnick, Jr., died in


Mr. Lengnick was born in

Charleston November 24, 1876,

the son of Charles Alfred and

Mrs. M. M. Lengnick, but moved

to Beaufort at the age of six. For

many years he was associated

with his brother, Marion Leng-

nick, in the mercantile business

under the firm name Lengnick

Brothers but retired some years


During the first World War

he was chairman of the Beaufort

county chapter of the American

Red Cross and at the time of his

death was chairman of the Beau-

fort County rationing board. He

had been trustee and treasurer

of the Beaufort Township lib-

rary since its organization in

1917 and for many years had

been first junior and then senior

warden of St. Helena’s Episcopal


Active pallbearers, J. F. Mars-

cher, A. A. Marscher, Hardee

McLeod, E. B. Rodgers, J. E. Mc-

Teer, G. W. Kinghorn.

A large number of relatives

and friends attended the service.

The floral offering was beautiful.





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