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Edward Lee Abbott

Edward L. Abbott Dies at Hospital. Services are pending for Edward Lee Abbott, 83, who died Saturday morning in a Boise hospital. Mr. Abbott resided at 2240 Division street. Mr. Abbott was born in Garden Valley Nov 17, 1866 and lived in the Boise vicinity during his lifetime. He was a retired farmer. Mr. Abbott was a member of the Modern Woodsman of America. Arrangements are in charge of the Schreiber-McCann-Gibson chapel. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margaret R. Abbott, Boise; two sons, Edward Lee Abbott, Jr. of Boise and Norman O. Abbott of Seattle; three daughters, Mrs. Leona Coates of Carey, Idaho, Mrs. Naoma Lynn of Armarillo, Texas, and Mrs. Hazel Johns of Boise; a sister, Mrs. Ida Blair of Centralia, Wash; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

The Idaho Statesman, April 16, 1950, p. 9
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Edward Lee Abbott

Graveside serices for Edward (Ed) Lee Abbott, 46, 2220 Woodlawn, who died Wednesday in Los Banos, Calif., will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Morris Hill Cemetery with the Rev. James F. Moore, southminster United Presbyterian Church, officiating. He was born July 25, 1919, in Boise where he graduated from school. He worked for Zimmerly Air Service and Bradley Air Service. For the past 15 years he has been a parts manager for Morrison-Knudsen Co. Surviving him are three sisters, Mrs. Leon Coates, Carey, and Mrs. Hazel Johns and Mrs. Naomi Lynn both of Boise, and a brother, Norman Abbott, Challis. Pallbearers will be Glenn Jones, Lawerence Baker, Stanley Rasumussen, Art Johns, Walter Stone and Donald Peterson.

The Idaho Statesman, February 13, 1966, p. 2D.
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Foley Orlando Abbott

Abbott, Foley Orlando Abbott died Monday night at a Boise hospital. Mr. Abbott was born in Oregon and for 26 years has resided at Featherville. He is survived by one son, Foley Abbott of Featherville, and two daughters, Mrs. Josie Osborn and Mrs. Ellen Wood of Boise. The body is at the Summers & Krebs chapel and funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 10:30. Burial in Morris Hill Cemetery.

The Idaho Statesman, July 11, 1928, p. 5.
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Margaret Rebecca Ransom Abbott

Margaret Abbott, Valley Resident since 1919, Dies. Mrs. Margaret Rebecca Abbott, 69 of 2240 Division street, died at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in a Boise rest home. She was born Dec. 6, 1880, in Cambridge, Neb. and moved to Lemhi county when a small girl. She lived there until she was married to Edward Lee Abbott who died April 15, 1950, in Boise. They moved to the Wood river country and then moved to the Boise Valley in 1919. They lived in the Five-Mile district west of Boise for 24 years. For the past seven years Mrs. Abbott had resided at 2240 Division street. A housewife, she was a member of the Episcopal Church.

The Idaho Statesman, August 18, 1950, p. 13.
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Additional Info: Burial at Morris Hill Cemetery Record: Section 5, Block 68, Lot 6.

Sarah Jane Clark Abbott

Mrs. Sarah J. Abbott died at a Boise hospital Saturday might following a prolonged illness. Mrs. Abbott resided with her hiusband near Featherville and was one of the early pioneers of that section. Her husband, F. O. Abbott, three children, Mrs. G.W. Osborn, Mrs. Ella Wood, both of Boise; a son Foley Abbott of Featherville and a sister, Mrs. Agnes Schraft of Pine survive. Funeral services will be held at the Summers & Krebs chapel Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be in Morris Hill cemetery.

The Idaho Statesman, October 5, 1925.
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Ida Alexander

Alexander, Ida, 59 of Payette, died in a Boise hospital Wednesday (13 Dec 1933) noon. Surviving relatives are her husband Earl Alexander, Payette; four daughters, Mrs. Jack Pedrie, St. Louis, MO., Mrs. Nellie Vallery, Peoria, Ill., Mrs. Fay Harrison, New York city, and Mrs. Frank Downey. Boise, also seven grandchildren. She was a member of the Christian Church. The body is at the McBratney funeral home Funeral arrangement will be announced later. Alexander, Ida--of Payette who died in a Boise hospital Wednesday will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the McBratney chapel. The Rev. C. E. Burgess will officiate. Burial will be in Morris Hill Cemetery.

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Lawrence Andrew Allen

Lawrence Andrew Allen, 14 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Allen, died at the family home west of Perkins station Sunday afternoon. The body is at McBratney undertaking parlors. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Franklin Congregational church. The Rev. L. G. Knight will have charge of the services. Burial will be in Morris Hill cemetery and funeral will be by auto.

Idaho Daily Statesman, February 21, 1921.

Jonathan Drew Alpert

Services for Jonathan Drew Alpert, 22, of 1810 Westland Drive, who died June 6, 1982, in an automobile accident near Gooding, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 21st Ward, by Bishop Lyman Belnap and Robert Hammeusley of Temple Beth Israel, under the direction of Relyea Chapel. Burial will follow in Morris Hill Cemetery. He was born May 22, 1960, in Boise where he was reared and educated. He attended Central, Koelsch and Cole elementary schools, Fairmont Jr. High School and graduated from Capital High School in 1978. He was a little league coach and member of the Community Concert Association. He was employed by KIT Manufacturing. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Alpert of Boise, grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. Richard A. Craner of Boise and an uncle, Richard N. Craner of Atlanta.

The Idaho Statesman, June 8, 1982, p. 2B.
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Gustaf Anderson

ANDERSON. The funeral of Gustaf Anderson, who was found dead in his sleeping room last Thursday, will be held from the undertaking parlors of Schrieber & Brennan this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Dr. I. F. Roach officiating. The body will be conveyed to Morris Hill cemetery for Interment.

Idaho Daily Statesman, December 20, 1905.

William Thomas "Bill" Armstrong

Obituary of William Thomas Bill Armstrong. William Thomas Bill Armstrong 83, of Nampa, passed away at the Veterans Hospital in Boise on Saturday, March 1st, 2003. His family was at his side as he passed. A time of gathering will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday at Alsip-Persons Funeral Chapel, followed by a graveside service with military honors at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Nampa. Bill was born December 2nd, 1919 in Kuna to Ena and Ruth Armstrong. The family moved to Adrian Oregon for a short while then back to the Meridian Idaho area where Bill was raised and educated. Bill served in the United States Army in the South Pacific during WWII with the 116th Engineer Battalion, 41st Infantry Division. He entered the service in September of 1940, and was honorably discharged on June 19th, 1945. Following the war, Bill returned home to Idaho where he farmed with his father. Bill married Milagros Millie Yribar on June 26th 1948 in Boise Idaho. They made their home in Nampa Idaho and were married for 51 years until the untimely passing of Millie in February of 2000. Bill worked for the Idaho power Company for over 35 years and retired in 1981. He also enjoyed working Saturdays at the Nampa Livestock Yard for just as many years. "Wild Bill" as some called him, enjoyed spending time with his family. He loved to play cars especially when Rich or Lisa was home to visit. Over the years Bill came to the rescue countless times when friends or family had an electrical problem in their homes. He would spend time repairing hot water heaters or climbing power poles to replace outdoor lights. His favorite pastimes included visiting with old Army buddies and spending time with friends at the local coffee shops. Bill loved his grandchildren and his spirit always shined when they were around. Bill is survived by his five children and their families: a daughter and son-in-law, Diana and Richard Taggart of Nampa; a son and daughter-in-law, William Kirby and Diann Armstrong of Spring Lake North Carolina; a son, Richard Adrian Armstrong of Layton Utah; a daughter, Lisa Armstrong (Gary Garrett) of Huntington New York; a son and daughter-in-law, Mike and Kathy Armstrong of Nampa; sister Avis Withes Sandy of Boise; sister Bette and her husband Ysidro Yribar of Galt California; Grandchildren William Richard; Andrew Kyndrah, Hailey (the Boss); and Coby; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

The Idaho Statesman, March 5, 2003
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Rose Evelyn Austin

Obituary of Rose Evelyn Austin. Milwaukee, Ore-Rose Evelyn Austin, 73, of Milwaukee, and formerly of Boise, died Sunday, July 26, 1987, in a Clackamas, Ore. Hospital of natural causes. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday July 29, at Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, under direction of Lincoln Willamette Funeral Directors. Mrs. Austin, a homemaker, was born April 9, 1914, at Nyssa, Ore, a daughter of Joseph and Orah Dutcher. She married Alfred Benham Austin on May 7, 1932, at McMinnville, Ore. They moved to Boise where Alfred worked for the State of Idaho. Mr. Austin did April 2, 1976, at Boise. Survivors include two daughters, Sharon Drake of Milwaukee, and Carol Clark of Portland; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two sisters, Violet Surgough of Portland, and Pansey Ader of Lyons, Ore.; and four nieces and nephews.

The Idaho Statesman, July 28, 1987.
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Catherine Badley

Death of Mrs. L. H. Badley 1 Jun 1917. Death came peacefully to Mrs. L. H. Badley, Tuesday at 2 p.m. after she had been a patient sufferer for several months with a complication of ailments. She was 68 years of age. Catherine, daughter of Cornelius and Elizabeth Hines, was born February 18, 1848 at Monroe, Jasper county, Iowa. She was married at Macksburg, Iowa in 1880 to L. H. Badley and one child, Ralph C, has been born to the union. The family came to Idaho in 1905 from Iowa, and settled on the little farm a half mile northeast of Meridian. Two years ago they moved to Meridian. Mrs. Badley united with the Baptist church at Monroe, Iowa when a child and has since continued her membership in that church. Her father and mother preceded her to the better land years ago. She has four brothers living in Iowa and one brother in Nebraska. Mrs. Badley was a quiet, home woman, loved and respected by all, and her distinguishing traits were her happy nature and her way of speaking well of everyone. She was a splendid type of woman and will be missed by the husband and son, who will mourn the loss of a faithful wife and good mother. The funeral was held at the Methodist church in Meridian Wednesday afternoon, the sermon being delivered by Rev. Charles McCoard, the pastor. There was profusion of floral offerings. The Rebekah lodge of Meridian, of which deceased during her lifetime was an active member, was present and conducted funeral services at the grave. Burial was in Meridian cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Badley, D. L. Badley, Burt Badley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Paine were those from out of town, present at the funeral.

Meridian Times (Meridian, Idaho), June 1, 1917
Note: Meridian Cemetery Database, BADLEY CATHERINE Born - 08-Feb-1848 Died - 29-May-1917

Ethelyn H. Bales

Obituary. Ethelyn H. Bales. CALDWELL.---Ethelyn H. Bales, 67, 812 N. Michigan St., died in a Caldwell hospital early this morning. She was born June 13, 1898, in Jordan Valley, Ore. Services are pending at Peckham-Dakan-Davis Chapel.

Idaho Free Press (Nampa, Idaho), August 23, 1965, p. 2.

Mae Bantam

Obituary of Mae Bantam. Mrs. Mae Bantam 46, a resident of Boise for the past eight years, died at a Boise hospital Tuesday morning following a short illness. Mrs. Bantam was born Feb. 2, 1896 at Tower, Minn. She resided at 208 Front Street. Surviving are the one daughter Marcella Moley, Boise; her mother, Mrs. Nancy Woolesey of Portland, and one brother, William Wilson of Seattle. The body was taken to the Summers Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements.

The Idaho Statesman, March 25, 1942, p. 3.
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Lola B. Batchelder

Obituary of Lola B. Batchelder. Lola B. Batchelder, aged 21 years, wife of Rev. F. C. Batchelder, died at her home near Locust Grove school Monday night from uremia. The funeral was held Wednesday. They lived for a short time in Meridian last summer, the husband having charge of a Pentacostal mission, bringing his wife here as a bride.

Meridian Times (Meridian, Idaho), September 1914.

Esther Baughman

Esther Baughman, 74, of 700 Cunningham Pl. Boise, died Sunday, July 7, 1985, in a Boise hospital of natural causes. Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, at the Boise LDS 13th ward, 3220 Bogus Basin Rd., with Bishop Randolph J. Ayer, Bishop of the Boise LDS 13th ward officiating. Burial will be in Morris Hill Cemetery, under the direction of Summers Funeral Home. Mrs. Baughman, a secretary was born April 22, 1911, at Webb, Iowa. She spent her early life in Anoka, Minn., before moving to Los Angeles where she met her husband. She spent many years in the Hagerman Valley and Buhl. For the last 20 years she lived in Boise. She was a faithful member of the LDS Church. Survivors include a son, Richard Baughman of Andrews, Texas; a daughter, Dorothy Morris of Buhl; and three granddaughters. Friends may call today from 5 to 8 pm at the Summers Funeral Home and Wednesday from 12 noon to service time at the Boise 13th ward.

Idaho Statesman, July 9, 1985
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Arch Levon Baxter

Funeral services for Arch Levon Baxter will be held in the L.D.S. tabernacle at 1 p.m. Thursday with Bishop J. Emer Harris in charge. Burial will be in the Field of Honor. Morris Hill cemetery.

Sabina Blackburn

The funeral of the late Mrs. Sabina Blackburn, aged 82, who died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. F. McIntyre, 1209 Idaho, will be held from the residence at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Dr. McKinley will officiate. Interment in Morris Hill.

Idaho Daily Statesman, February 2, 1905.

Daughter of C. B. Borup

Obituary of Miss Borup. Mrs. Jennie Wray was called to Boise last Friday by the death of her little granddaughter, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Borup, who was drowned in an irrigation canal.

Meridian Times (Meridian, Idaho), July 27, 1917.

Claude A. "Shorty" Bourdette

Claude A. (Shorty) Bourdette, 72, of 2023 North Eighteenth Street, died of an apparent heart seizure at The Statesman building Wednesday noon. He had been in ill health for several months. Born December 1, 1889, at Carthage, Missouri, he married Myrtle Bower in Manhattan, Kansas at the age of 19. He moved from Kansas to Idaho in February of 1919 and married Florence Rogers at Weiser in August of 1934. Mrs. Bourdette died in January of 1962. Mr. Bourdette was a retired printer, having worked for The Statesman from 1942 until his retirement two years ago. He was a member of the International Typographical Union No. 271 of Boise. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Irene Warner of San Francisco and Mrs. Marcille O'Connell and Mrs. Gloria Adamson, both of Boise; 14 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. at Summers Chapel with Rev. Newell Morgan officiating. Interment will be in Morris Hill.

The Idaho Statesman, June 14, 1962, p. 18

Florence Rogers Liddiard Bourdette

Mrs. Florence Rogers Bourdette, 69, of 1912 North Fourteenth Street, died Wednesday night at the family home. Services are pending at Summers Chapel. Surviving Mrs. Bourdette are her husband, C.A. Bourdette of the Boise address; a daughter, Mrs. Clark Cornell of Middleton; two brothers, Ray and Kenneth Liddiard, both of Boise; three sisters, Mrs. Esther Gale of Boise, Mrs. Marie Bergess of San Francisco, and Mrs. Mary Lou Mugleson of Salt Lake City. She also leaves three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

The Idaho Statesman, January 25, 1962, p. 18.
Note: Morris Hill Cemetery Record, p. 49, "Bourdette Florence Liddiard" R-025-3 bur 27 Jan 1962

Marie Brown

Obituary of Marie Brown. Mrs. Marie Brown, 24, of 3207 Hanson Street, died lat Sunday night at a Boise hospital. Relyea chapel will announce services.

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Myrtle M. Brunel

Obituary of Myrtle M. Brunel. EMMETT.---Myrtle M. Brunel, 58, of 1610 Little Rock Rd. Emmett, died Saturday, July 25, 1987, after long illness. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, July29, at the Sweet Cemetery. Pastor A.L. Heitzman will officiate under direction of Potter Funeral Chapel, Emmett. Mrs. Brunel was born Dec. 14, 1928, at Pocatello. Her parents died when she was 5 years old, and she was placed in the Boise Children's Home. She later lived with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walker. She married Royal V. Trees in January of 1947. They were later divorced. She married William C. Brunel in September of 1972. They moved to Emmett where they operated a ranch and Myrtle had worked for the State of Idaho as a Home Health Aid for the past ten years. Myrtle was a loving mother and always very helpful. She had a very cheerful outlook on life. She enjoyed camping, fishing and outdoor activities, as well as sewing and homemaking. She was a member of the Seventh-day-Adventist Church of New Plymouth. Survivors include her husband William "Bill" Brunel of Emmett: two sons, Roy E. Trees of San Jose, Calif., and Ala t. Trees o Boise; two daughters, Alanna M. Carroll of Washington, Pa., and Annetta L. Hanson of Emmett; her foster mother, Bertha Walker of Meridian; four sisters; seven granddaughters; two grandsons; a great grandson and many nieces and nephews. A brother, died earlier.

The Idaho Statesman, July 28, 1987
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William Bubb

BUBB - The members of the Masonic lodge will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock and take charge of the remains of the late William Bubb of South Boise. The funeral services will be held at 5 o'clock in the South Boise Presbyterian church, Rev. E. N. Murphy officiating. The Masons will have charge of the Interment, which will be in Morris Hill cemetery.

Idaho Daily Statesman, July 3, 1905.

Mrs. Cole Bullock

BULLOCK - Mrs. Cole Bullock of DeLamar died Saturday at her home, aged 25 years. She leaves a husband and an infant a few days old. The remains are to be brought to Boise for interment in the Odd Fellows' cemetery. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from Williamson & Sherier's undertaking parlors.

Idaho Daily Statesman, July 31, 1905

Margaret Bundy

Obituary of Margaret Bundy. Mrs. Margaret Bundy, 77, mother of Clyde Bundy, 825 Warm Springs Avenue, died Saturday at her home in LaGrande, Ore. it was learned in Boise Sunday. She was born July 24, 1880. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Daniels chapel in La Grande.

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Birdinia A. Cardell

CARDELL - Birdinia A. Cardell, the 11 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.l A. Cardell of South Boise died yesterday morning of whopping cough. The funeral will take place from the family home at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Rev E. B. Harris officiating. Burial will be in Morris Hill cemetery.

Idaho Daily Statesman, July 1, 1905.

Howard Brady Carpenter

Death of H. B. Carpenter last week. By the death of Howard B. Carpenter last Friday morning, Meridian and Ada county lost a prominent and respected citizen. He had been ill for two weeks, and this terminated in a case of typhoid fever. Mr. Carpenter was but a few days under 69 years of age. He was a native of Illinois., but had lived here many years, developing a fine ranch just west of town. This he had sold but a short time ago, moving to Meridian to discontinue active farm work. For several years Mr. Carpenter has served as director of the Nampa & Meridian Irrigation district. He was re-elected to this position a few months ago, and was assisting in the irrigation office at the time his illness forced him to give up work. The funeral, which was largely attended, was held in the Methodist church in Meridian Sunday. The officiating minister was Rev. W. J. Luscombe, former pastor, now of Vale, Oregon. The interment was in Morris Hill cemetery at Boise. Rev. Luscombe gave an eloquent tribute to the worth and character of Mr. Carpenter and attested to his sterling honesty, his business ability, and interest in all that pertained to the best interests of the people of the community in which he made his home. In describing his eventful and useful life, he said: Howard Brady Carpenter was born in Kendall county, Illinois, July 24, 1848. He received his education in the public schools of Aurora and Old Prophets Town, Ill. In 1906 he was married to Nellie Tyer of Perry, Iowa. One child, John, was born of this union. By profession Mr. Carpenter was a civil engineer and surveyor, and several of the important surveys of the United States government have been under his management. His first work in surveying was in southern Ohio, from which state he went to New York, where he was engaged in several surveys in the Catskill mountains and also taught school for two winters. He returned to Illinois for a short time when he crossed the plains to California and it was here in the great west that most of his work was done. In San Francisco, he surveyed street railway routes and as we tour California in our automobiles the most beautiful road we spin along, the Tiago Road was surveyed by him. The boundary disputes of the western states have been largely entrusted to his care. From 1900 to 1907 he was employed by the federal government in establishing the boundary lines between Utah and Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico and Oklahoma; and the eastern boundary line of Idaho where the Bitter Root range divides this state from Montana. The establishing of this line on the water shed of the untrod Bitter Root consumer four summers and carried him into fastnesses and on lofty peaks which seldom see the presence of man. Mr. Carpenter came to Meridian in the spring of 1908 and his ten year's residence in this locality had become identified with many of the prominent interests of the community. For the past seven years he has been one of the directors of the Nampa and Meridian Irrigation district, in which business he took the keenest interest, often assisting with his experience as engineer as well as in the management of its affairs, and for four years he served as it president. He was also intimately associated with the First National Bank of Meridian as a director, with the Methodist church as a trustee, was a member of the Meridian school board, and was one of the founders of the Meridian Building & Loan Association. These organizations are all represented in the selection of pall bearers.

Meridian Times (Meridian, Idaho), July 27, 1917.

Francis Church

CHURCH. The funeral of Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. F.F. Church, will be held at 10 o;clock this morning from the family residence, 200 East Idaho. Services by Bishop Glorieux. Interment in St. John's cemetery.

Idaho Daily Statesman, July 19, 1905.

C. W. Clawson

CLAWSON - There was a large attendance yesterday at the funeral of the late C.W.Clawson, which was held from the late home of the deceased at 1715 North Ninth street. Dr. I.F.Roach officiated, the services being under the auspices of the Odd Fellows. Interment was at Morris Hill cemetery.

Idaho Daily Statesman, July 19, 1905.

Annabelle Peckham Cook

Obituary of Annabelle Peckham Cook. Death of Former Meridian Resident. The Times has received the following letter, dated October 21st, from Hazel Peckham Gilruth, residing at 835 North Marguerita avenue, Alahambra, California. Our mother Mrs. Annabelle Peckham Cook, passed away October 19th. We Peckham children were all living near here and were all here at the burial service today, Oct. 21st. Also her brother A. P. Helphrey lives here and could be with us too. Charles Cook, her son by Jesse Cook, lives at Murietta, Calif, but was unable to be here. The names of the children are: Grace Peckham Gess of Santa Ana, Calif; Hazel Peckham Gilruth of Alhambra, Richard of Alahambra, Paul of Hollywood, Fred of Los Alomitos, and Frank of Los Alomitos. Mother had been confined to her bed the past two years and had suffered so much during that time, but she passed away just the same cheerful happy sufferer that all her friends knew her. I would appreciate if mention were made of this to all our old Meridian friends. We laid mother to rest in the Mountain View mansoleum at Rasadena, California.

Meridian Times (Meridian, Idaho), October 28, 1927.

Viva V. Crouch

Mrs. Viva V. Crouch, aged 73 years, died Friday morning at her home at 214 South Sixth Street. She was a pioneer of this section, coming here in 1865.

Idaho Statesman, Friday, February 11, 1905.

The funeral of Mrs. Mary Van Horne Crouch will take place from 214 South Sixth street this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. E. S. Hinks will officiate. Interment will be in the Masonic cemetery.

Idaho Statesman, Saturday, February 12, 1905.

Crouch Funeral. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Van Horne Crouch occurred yesterday afternoon from her late residence. Rev. E. S. Hinks officiated. Interment was in the Masonic cemetery.

Idaho Statesman, Sunday, February 13, 1905


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