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Pettigrew, Fred

Pettigrew, Fred

Posted: 31 Oct 2001 12:09PM GMT
Classification: Death
Surnames: Pettigrew
A former Citizen Injured

Sioux Falls, S. D., Dec. 9. Fred W. Pettigrew, brother of ex-Senator Pettigrew, well known throughout the state, lies in a critical condition at his home in South Sioux Falls, as the result of an accident or assault Saturday night.

He was found in the road near his home in an unconscious condition, soon after leaving his house to do some chores about the yard.

The two hired men who found him say they heard the sound of a team being driven rapidly away from the vicinity a few moments before discovering the prostrate form of their employer. The injured man has been delirious since found, and nothing can be ascertained as to whether he was accidently ran into or was the victim of intended robbery--Inter Ocean,

Later reports received by relatives here say that Mr. Pettigrew's recovery is doubtful and that the mishap was purely accidental.

December 21, 1901, The Badger, Evansville, WI


Word has been received of the death of Mr. Fred Pettigrew at his home in Sioux Falls, S. D. His death was the result of an injury which he received two weeks ago to which we referred in our last issue. Mr. Pettigrew lived here with his father's family, when a boy and received his early education at the old Seminary. He leaves a wife and six children besides brothers and sisters.

December 28, 1901, The Badger, Evansville, WI

Re: Pettigrew, Fred

Posted: 3 Oct 2012 5:19PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Pettigrew, Beebe
Miss Alma J. Pettigrew. Born in Ludlow, Vermont, while a child was brought by her parents to Wisconsin and most of her life was spent in the family home in Evansville where she united with the Baptist church.
She loved her Bible. She loved her Church and was a consistent Christian. About three years ago her brother, R. F. Pettigrew took her to live in his own home in Sioux Falls, where she died October 28th, 1922, and was laid away in his mausoleum on her 79th birthday anniversary. Of a large family one two members are living. Ex. Sen. R. F. Pettigrew and Mrs. E. P. Beebe.
November 16, 1922, Evansville Review, Evansville, Wisconsin

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