ttsfcevt Pettlsrow. Robert Pettigrew died at his home, 207 East Forty-sixth Street, last night, aged ninety-two years. Death was due to a shock received two weeks ago by a fall upon the icy pavement ln front of his residence. Mr. Pettigrew was bora ln Scotland and came to this country when twenty years old. He built a farmhouse oa the old Boston Road, where Forty-sixth Street now crossea Third Avenue. This had to give way to Grammar School No. 7S. Mr. Pettigrew built a modern city dwelling on -an adjoining plot of ground, ln which he lived for the remainder of his life. He was an Intimate friend of Peter Cooper, Abram 8. Hewitt. Horace Greeley, and of the Bathgate and Beekman families. He was a member of the Covenant Lodge, now extinct, of the Odd Fellows. Mr. . Pettigrew was a carriage builder. From childhood until the day, two weeks ago. when he met with the accident. Mr. Pettigrew had never -known a moment of sickness. Four sons and two daughters survive him. Two of his sons are Robert EL, principal of Grammar School No. 23, and James R-. principal of Grammar School No. 4K. The funeral services will Toe held on Monday. Interment will be in Trinity Cemetery.