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Services for Josie Osborn, 85, of 6401 Grandview Drive, Boise, who died on Friday, Oct. 14, 1983, at home will be conducted on Monday, Oct. 17 at 2:30 p.m. at the Alden -Wagonner Chapel with the Rev. Donald H. Baird of the Trinity United Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment will be in Morris Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Osborn was born at Rocky Bar, Idaho, on December 18, 1897, to Foley and Sarah Abbott. She was reared and educated in Featherville and after graduation, from high school she moved to Boise to attend Links School of Business. Upon her graduation from Links she married Glyde Wood Osborn in Gooding on May 20, 1918. They moved to Tuttle where they lived and worked on a ranch. In 1921 they moved to Rocky Bar, and in 1923 they moved to Boise where they operated a dairy business on Overland Road. They moved to South Boise in 1934. Following her husbands death in 1944, Mrs. Osborn was employed as a dietician at the Veterans Hospital where she worked until her retirement in 1965. She is survived by a son, Glenn Osborn, a sister, Ellen Wood, a grandson and three granddaughters, two great grandsons and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two sons, Charles and Berl and three brothers, George, Foley and Walter.
The Idaho Statesman, Sunday October 16, 1983, p. 4B, col 6.
Services for Clyde (sic) Wood Osborn will be held Wednesday at 1:30pm at the McBratney chapel. The Rev. B.C. Bailey will officiate. Internment will be at Morris Hill. Mr. Osborn was born Feb 16, 1890 in Iowa. Surviving relatives include his wife, Josephine Osborn, three sons, Charles O. Osborn in the U.S. Army, Berle G. Osborn in the U.S. Navy, and Forrest Glen of Boise; a sister, Mrs. Edith Randolph of Gooding, and two brothers, Norman M. Osborn of Emmett and Elton W. Osborn of Gooding.
The Idaho Statesman, December 24, 1944, p. 2, col. 5.
BURIAL: Morris Hill Cemetery Record. "Osborn-Glyde Wood N-o63-4 12/27/1944."
PAGE - John L. Page died yesterday at St. Alphonsus's hospital from consumption. He was 32 years of age and a son of John Page of this city. The funeral will be held at 5 o'clock this evening from Schreiber & Brennan's undertaking parlors. Interment in Morris Hill cemetery.
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 30, 1905.
PALO - Mrs. Francis W. Palo died Thursday at her home at Oakland, Cal. She was formerly a resident of Boise and has lived in Oakland for the past six years. She is survived by her husband, F. J.. Palo and one son, Dan of Oakland; her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Edwards; a brother, Thomas F. Edwards of Boise; M. W. Edwards of Nampa; Evan W. Edwards of Alaska and sister, Mrs. Ida Hall of Kansas City, MO. The body arrived in Boise Sunday and the funeral will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Summers & Krebs chapel. Rev. Martin Damer of Nampa will officiate. Burial will be in Morris Hill cemetery. Funeral will be by automobile.
Idaho Daily Statesman, February 21, 1921.
Loay E. Patterson
Obituary. Loay E. Patterson. Funeral services for Loay Elmer Patterson, 70, 420 Yale, who died at his home Thursday evening, will be conducted Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., at the Alsip Funeral Chapel, instead of Wednesday as announced in Saturday's Free Press. William Free of the Boise Church of Christ will officiate. Interment will follow at Cloveerdale Cemetery near Boise.
Idaho Free Press (Nampa, Idaho), August 23, 1965, p. 2.
PAULSON - The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paulson died at the family home, 1711 North Tenth street, yestday morning and buried in Morris Hill Cemetery at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 1, 1905.
POSTEN - News reached the city last evening of the death of Mrs. Peter Posten of 848 Warm Springs avenue, which occurred during the afternoon in the hills nears Hawkins' Tollgate, on the Idaho City road, north of the city, where she and a number of othere were camping. Undertakers Schreiber & Brennan were notified of the death of Mrs. Posten and asked to send for the body. No particulars were received up to a late hour.
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 27, 1905.
POSTEN - The funeral of Mrs. Cors Posten, wife of Peter Posten of this city, whose death occurred Wednesday in the hills near Hawkins' tollgate, where she had gone for her health, will be held from Schreiber & Brennan's undertaking room at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Dr. I. F. Roach will officiate and Interment will be in Morris Hill cemetery. Death, which was due to consumption, occurred within three hours of the time she reached the camp.
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 28, 1905.
REDWIN - The 13 year old daughter of Mrs. Redwin died yesterday morning at the family residence. Interment was in the Morris Hill cemetery.
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 11, 1905.
REID - Mrs. Nettie Reid, the mother of Thomas Reid of this city, died yesterday, after a long illness, from consumption, at the age of 63 years. Mrs. Reid came to Boise from Colorado two years ago in the hope that the climate here might improve her health, but she steadily declined until the end came. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the undertaking rooms of Schreiber & Brennan. Rev I. F. Roach officiating. Burial will be in Morris Hill Cemetery.
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 3, 1905.
REINS - Mrs. Emma Reins of 203 South Eighteenth street, died yesterday from tuberculosis of the bowels. Mrs. Reins leaves a husband and sister, Mrs. P. S. Pike, of this city, beside her father and four sisters in Kentucky. No arrangements for the funeral have yet been made. (Interment was made in Morris Hill Cemetery, 19 July 1905 issue)
Idaho Daily Statesman, July 18, 1905.
RESSER - The four months old son, Paul, of Mr. and Mrs. Buyrt Resser died yesterday. The funeral will be held today at 1 o'clock from the family residence at 1415 North Sinteenth street. Dr C. Ross Baker will officiate. The little body will be laid to rest in Morris Hill cemetery.
Idaho Daily Statesman, December 31, 1905.
The infant son of Ben Russell died on January 12th, and the burial was in the Meridian cemetery.
Meridian Times, January 19, 1917.
The report of the death of the infant child of Ben Russell was an error and was caused by a misunderstanding while taking the information over the phone. We are happy to say the boy is OK and growing nicely.
Meridian Times (Meridian, Idaho), January 26, 1917.