Payette County Obituaries
New Plymouth Sentinel 1921

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New Plymouth Sentinel
Friday, January 21, 1921

Lucy, the fourteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rice, died of pneumonia at their home on Big Willow Monday evening. The Rice family recently lived on a farm west of New Plymouth. (Applegate Cemetery)

New Plymouth Sentinel
Friday, January 21, 1921
We received the sad news of the death of the baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hylton, which took place Wednesday at 1 p.m. caused by a contraction of pneumonia and whooping cough. Mrs. Hylton is very sick also.

New Plymouth Sentinel
Friday, January 28, 1921
Aged Mother Passes Away

The sad news of the death of Mrs. A. C. Dotson reseed her two sons T.E. and E. L. Dotson on Sunday.

Mrs. Dotson's home was in Hiawatha, Kans, where she had lived for over 30 years. About a year ago she had a severe stroke of paralysis that was the direct cause of her death. She was 72 years of age and leaves five children two of which reside in New Plymouth.

The Sentinel and the entire community extend condolence to these bereaved ones in this dark hour of their lives.

New Plymouth Sentinel
Friday, February 11, 1921
News of the death of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richey of Bakersfield, Calif, who were former residents of New Plymouth, reached here this week. The child had a contraction of measles and pneumonia.

New Plymouth Sentinel
Friday, April 01, 1921
Mrs. Lathrop died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Wickwire on Sunday, March 27, at the age of seventy one years.

Mrs. Lathrop had been a resident of Idaho for thirty five years having made her home in Round Valley. She was a member of the Christian church.

She leaves to mourn her death six children of which all live in this city.

All who knew Mrs. Lathrop sadly mourn her death.

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