Raynor Rock Smith
An historical biographical compilation of his lifeBy Mary Jane Smith Denton
~~~~~~~*~~~~~~~Finally, 140 years after his death, his great great granddaughter who had heard the many stories about his bravery and intrepidness in the face of utmost danger has written a book. She has researched this man for many years and finally here in print is the finished story of his life.
Spend a week with him, his crew and some old friends at his fishing hut on Fire Island and get to know him on a personal level... Raynor Rock Smith, a 6th generation American lived an exciting life on the sea, he was a lifesaver to some and hero to all.
Read in detail his heroic efforts at the wreck of the Mexico in 1837 off Lido Beach L.I. during a blizzard/ice storm. This shipwreck brought about many changes including the start of the U.S. Lifesaving Service, which later became the United States Coast Guard.
There are 114 pages, book is 9 ½ ” X 6 ½” spiral bound with nine color photos and 6 black and white photos, his picture is on the cover.
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Mary Jane Smith Denton