Payette County Obituaries
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The Payette Independent
Thursday, September 04, 1924
- DROPPED DEAD
Henry W. Yearian dropped dead of heart trouble at the home of his son, G. W. Yearian of this city, Friday evening, August 29th. The deceased was 71 years old the day of his death and had just come to the home of his son the day before with the intention of making his home with them.
The body was prepared for shipment at the Landon Home undertaking parlors and accompanied by a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stewart to Leadone, Idaho, for burial.
YOUNG, HENRY MARQUIS
Thursday, January 22, 1920
YOUNG, J. A.
- DR. J. A. YOUNG LOOSES LIFE IN SNAKE RIVER
Dr. J. A. Young, a prominent physician of Caldwell was drowned in the Snake River Tuesday afternoon about three o'clock. He was returning from a call south of Froman's Ferry and as he drove his car onto the boat the brakes failed to work and the car plunged into the deep water. The body was recovered and brought to Caldwell. Dr. Young was a cousin of C. E. Dixon of this City and a brother-in-law of C. C. Anderson of Boise, the well-known Golden Rule Store man. He was also well known to many people of Payette having practiced in Weiser a few years ago.
YOUNG, LEVI EDWARD
Thursday, January 30, 1930
- JACOB YOUTSLER
Jacob Youtsler was born in Effingham county, Ill., August 5, 1844, died at the home of his son, Bismark at Letha, Idaho, Sunday morning, January 26, 1930. At the time of his death he was 85 years, 5 months and 20 days old. Death was due to complications incidental to his advanced years.
He was united in marriage to Mary Virginia Woosley in Sangamon county, Ill., in 1865. To this union seven children were born, six of whom are living, John C. and Henry of Boise, Mrs. Bessie Windle of French, Idaho, Samuel T. of Milbrea, Calif and Mrs. Myrtle Cosman of Salem, Ore., nineteen grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren and one niece Miss Ida Woosley of Nampa, Idaho. His wife and one daughter having preceded him in death.
The Youtsler family crossed the plains in 1880, moving from Missouri and settled in the Payette valley on part of what is now known as the Pence ranch where the family resided for a year, later taking up a homestead about three miles northeast of New Plymouth, what is now called the Webb ranch.
Jacob Youtsler joined the Seventh Day Adventist church about 15 years ago, where he remained a faithful member until the time of his death. Funeral services were held from the C. D. Bucknum Funeral Parlors at Emmett, Idaho, Tuesday, January 29, 1930. Services were conducted by A. Belding, pastor of Caldwell. Interment was at Riverside cemetery, Emmett.
ZAHLLER, JULIA ANN
Thursday, March 23, 1922
- PASSING OF MRS. A. ZELLER
Mrs. A. B. Moss Jr., and daughter, Celia, returned from Portland, Tuesday morning where Mrs. Moss was called two weeks ago on account of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. A. Zeller, who passed away at her home in that city on March 11th. The people of both Payette and Fruitland will be grieved to learn of the passing of Mrs. Zeller as for many years they were residents of Fruitland and Payette where during their stay they made many warm friends. They were at one time owners of the land where the town of Fruitland now stands, Mr. Zeller being one of the organizers of the Fruitland Townsite Co.
Mrs. Zeller was about 62 years of age and is survived by her husband, two sons and three daughters, all residing in Portland except Mrs. A. B. Moss Jr., of Payette, and Frank Zeller of Ontario.
New Plymouth Sentinel
Thursday, January 25, 1912
ZELLER, MRS. G. W.
- The sad news of the death of Mrs. G. W. Zeller, mother of Mrs. C. A. Strong, at Easton, Penn., was received here the first of the week. Mrs. Strong was at her bedside when she passed away, and her many friends extend sympathy in her sad bereavement.
ZENTIS, MAYNARD EARL
ZIEGENBEIN, EUGENE ERNEST
ZIEGENBEIN, HENRY ELZA
ZIEGLER, FRANK GLEN
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