The Syracuse Hearald
Syracuse, New York
June 30, 1911
Charles Bramsley Drops Dead With Heart Failure
Little Falls, June 30 - Charles B. Bramsley, employed at Adirondack Woolen Company, dropped dead at 7 o'clock this morning of heart trouble. He had just reported to the mill and had started to walk to the house where rags are sorted. He fell to the floor of the building and his fellow workmen were immediately at his side. He was dead and Coroner Smith was sent for. The body was sent to the Wilkie and Rollin Undertaking Room.
Mr. Bramsley was 50 years of age and is survived by a widow and two daughter, Myrtle and Bessie. They moved to Utica a year ago on account of the closing of the MacKinnon plant. Mr. Bramsley went up there nearly every week. He is also survived by one brother, Henry.