|Birth: ||Aug. 27, 1873|
|Death: ||Aug. 20, 1910|
Fort Bend County
Son of Luther Rice & Nancy Artemesia (Woolverton) Littleton married,abt 1895, Jenny Magdeline "Maggie" Droke.
Selmer Newpaper clippings
AUGUST 26, 1910
C. A. Littlefield, of ADAMSVILLE, MEETS A TRAGIC DEATH TEXAS.
Last Saturday Clarence A. Littlefield, of Adamsville, was run over and killed by a train and his body horribly mangled at or near Stafford, Texas.
His remains were shipped here, arriving Monday night, and were immediately taken to Adamsville, where they were interred Tuesday.
He left his family consisting of his wife and seven children, at Adamsville about two weeks ago, accepting a position on an orange farm in South Texas.
1. Etta Nancy b. Oct 1896
2. James Luther b. Mar 1898
3. William Herbert b. 30 Mar 1900
4. Rebecca Augusta b. 22 Jan 1902
5. Rosa b. 1905
6. Nila b. 1906
7. Monroe b. 1908
Luther Rice Littlefield (1826 - 1903)
Nancy Artimesia Woolverton Littlefield (1829 - 1926)
Jenny Magdeline Droke Littlefield (1880 - 1959)
Etta Littlefield Brewer (1896 - 1998)*
James L Littlefield (1898 - 1971)*
Monroe Littlefield (1908 - 1920)*
Sarah Agatha Littlefield Harris (1849 - 1940)*
Mary Jane Littlefield White (1851 - 1932)*
James Luther Littlefield (1856 - 1932)*
William Penn Littlefield (1857 - 1942)*
John Monroe Littlefield (1859 - 1959)*
Clarence Augustus Littlefield (1873 - 1910)
Accidently killed by moving passenger train at Stafford Texas
Adamsville War Memorial Park
Maintained by: Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke
Originally Created by: Mike Daley
Record added: Mar 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86611441
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