SOURCE: The Quincy Daily Herald - Sunday, January 27, 1878
Frederick K. Carrott, a well known citizen, died at his residence, at the corner of Ninth and Maine, yesterday morning, in the sixty-eighth year of his age. The deceased was born at Lincolnshire, England, November 26th, 1810. He sailed from England in 1835 and arrived at Belleville, Canada, August 1st that year. After remaining there three months he went to New York. He subsequently came West, arriving in this city November 25th, 1836, and resided here from that time until his death, with the exception of six months when he was in Minnesota as a missionary among the Indians. He was married to MISS JANE FINLAY in January, 1842, the Rev. Richard Haney of the M. E. Church officiating at the ceremony. The deceased had a slight stroke of paralysis the later part of November, but recovered and was able to be out until the 10th inst., when he was confined to his room and grew worse gradually until his death yesterday morning. The deceased had six children, four of whom survive him. The funeral will take place from the Vermont street M. E. Church to-morrow (Monday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Richard Haney will preach the funeral sermon.
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