BROCKTON MAN EXPIRES ON TRAIN FROM BOSTON
Louis A. Josselyn, 42, Victim of Heart Disease—Body Is Taken From Coach at South Braintree and Medical Examiner Called.Louis A. Josselyn, aged 42, of 64 Pinehurst avenue, this city, was found dead in one of the coaches attached to the 5:48 train out of Boston and bound for Brockton Tuesday evening. Mr. Josselyn was thought to be sleeping by the passengers in the coach until the conductor attempted to arouse him, while collecting tickets.
As there was no response an examination was made and Mr. Josselyn was found to be dead. The train had left the Braintree depot and at the South Brantree depot the body was removed from the coach. Medical examiner Fraser of Weymouth was summoned and death was pronounced by him due to natural causes.The local police were immediately informed and the family notified. The body was later taken in charge of by E. T. and N. W. Sampson, undertakers.Mr. Josselyn was employed at the Hodgkins Engineering Co., 137 Pearl street, Boston, and was returning from his work.He leaves his wife, a son, Clifford L. Josselyn, a brother, Charles F. Josselyn of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Baker and Miss Pearl Josselyn of Rockland.He was a member of the Manchester Unity, I. O. O. F., and Victory Lodge, I. O. G. T.The funeral will take place Friday at the funeral chapel of E. T. & N. W. Sampson, Rev. Claude Allen McKay to officiate. Interment will be in Melrose cemetery.