received word last week of the death of his brother Oscar
at Elkhart, Ind. - Gazette and Farmers' Journal
Jan 21, 1915
Found him on the 1870 Clay, Onondaga, New York census (img 74) as Edward Littleboy
Found him on the 1930 Clay, Onondaga, New York census (dist 133 img 5) as Edward Littleboy
age 69, farmer.
EDWARD LITTLEBOY, 72, killed almost instantly near his home on the Liverpool-Phoenix rd... Investigators renewed their probe of Littleboy's death Saturday questioning several witnesses of fatal mishap.
According to the information, he and his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Littleboy, had led several cows to a pasture across the road from home. Mrs. Littleboy crossed highway safely on the return trip, but her husband remained behind to close the pasture gate. As he started to cross the road Mrs. Littleboy says she shouted a warning to her husband that a car was approaching. She said the coming machine swerved from the highway and struck Littleboy while he was standing off the pavemet.
Pasquale Linardi, 18, of 402 Nelson av., Grantwood, N. J., driver of the machine, claimed that Littleboy stepped from the road into the path of his car and said he was unable to avoid the mishap, which occurred during a heavy rainstorm shortly after 7 o'clock.
Littleboy died while he was being rushed to Crouse-Irving Hospital. Coroner W. R. Wlnne, who investigated with Assistant District Attorney Bowers, said death was due to a crushed chest...
FUNERAL MONDAY. The victim is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Howard Bettinger of Liverpool a brother Fred Littleboy of North Syracuse two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Green of Syracuse and Mrs. Lottie Sahms of South Bay, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will place at the late home at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, burial in Woodlawn cemetery. Syracuse Journal July, 1933