Jacob E. Parrot

The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 13, 1886, page 2
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“Kingston News.”

On the 30th of June, at 7:30 p. m., my old friend and brother, Jacob E. Parrot passed peacefully away.  He had been a great sufferer for several years, and unable to attend to business for two years or more.  He has been railroad agent at Calhoun since the close of the war.  By his request his remains were conveyed to Big Shanty, and interred in the cemetery there July 1st, Rev. George W. Thomas, his pastor, conducting the funeral services.  I was present and could not but notice the kindness of Judge Carrill and family, of the Kennesaw House, and the good people of the place, for the great kindness and attention to the bereaved family.  He leaves a wife and two daughters and one son, and many friends to mourn his loss.



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