Mr. Frank [sic] Rabbitt [sic]
died at his home near Courtland on Friday afternoon, 25 Oct 1918,
after a short illness of Spanish influenza, followed by pneumonia.
Deceased enlisted with the 133rd
Battalion at Simcoe and went overseas with that unit. After
arriving at the battle front in France, he was severely gassed,
and being unable to regain his former physical strength he was
honorably discharged from the army and returned to Canada.
Regaining sufficient strength, he
engaged in farming, continuing the same until he was stricken
He leaves to mourn his loss a
widow and four children.
The funeral took place on
Saturday afternoon at three o'clock, from his late residence, and
proceeded to the Methodist cemetery for interment.
The family have the sympathy of
their many friends.