Parrsatt, C. F., Mr.
appeared in Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 6 Aug 1885, p. 3, column 2
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Died on the Train.
The midnight train on Thursday morning was delayed at the station at Brampton some time on account of the death of one of the passengers, C. F. Parrsatt, who was on his way to Kansas from Toronto. The corpse was taken into the waiting room of the station and word sent to a friend in Toronto, who came up that day and took the body to Toronto. The deceased was night clerk at St. James' Hotel, and had been ailing from consumption for some time past, at last got so bad that his cousin, Mr. Fred. Felitz, on Wednesday night sent him off to Ellsworth, Kansas, where his parents reside. He left Toronto by the 11.15 train, and when it reached Brampton the poor young fellow dropped dead in the sleeper. He was about 28 years of age.

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Parrsatt, C. F., Mr.