Landrum Lynn Wiseman
The Payette Independent
Thursday, October 17, 1929
"TIP" WISEMAN DEAD
Succumbed To An Operation at a Boise Hospital Tuesday Night
Landrum Lynn Wiseman, familiarly known all over the Payette Valley as "Tip" Wiseman, died at a Boise hospital about midnight Tuesday night, October 15. He had been living at McCall and had gone to Boise on some business when he was taken ill and was taken to the hospital. He was operated on Tuesday, October 8th, but was not able to recover and passed away just a week from the time he was stricken.
Funeral services will be held at the Christian church next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and the funeral will be in charge of the Elks lodge of which he was a member.
His mother, Mrs. Lou Hubert, and his wife are both sorely stricken, the mother being bedfast as a result of the shock. A more extended obituary will be given next week.
The Payette Independent (Thursday, October 24, 1929)
Landrum Lynn Wiseman was born February 22, 1894, and passed away October 15, 1929, at the age of 35 years, 7 months and 23 days. He came to Gilliam county, Oregon, with his parents in 1897, and moved to Payette in 1893. He has lived in and near Payette since that time.
For some time he had been with Stringer and Duff stockmen, who have run sheep in the mountains near McCall in the summer months. As announced last week, he came from McCall to Boise and was stricken there and taken to a hospital where he underwent an operation from which he failed to rally.
He was married to his present wife in Chicago last year, and in addition to her he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Hubert, his father, T. R. Wiseman, of McFadden, Wyoming, two brothers, Lloyd Wiseman, of Hood River, Oregon, and Odie Wiseman, of Arlington, Oregon, and two sisters, Mrs. H. M. Dodge, of Battleground, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Elsie Yancey, of Arlington, Oregon. Also three children from a former marriage in Los Angeles, California.
Funeral services were held at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and were conducted by Rev. Mrs. Beem, pastor of that church. The Elks lodge, of which he was a member, conducted the service at the grave. Interment took place at Riverside cemetery. (Riverside Cemetery)
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
We take this method of extending most sincere thanks to the very kind neighbors who came to our assistance at the death and burial of our son, husband, and brother and wish you to know how much we appreciate your kind and loving assistance. MRS. I. HUBERT, MRS. L. L. WISEMAN, ODIE WISEMAN, LLOYD WISEMAN, MRS. H. N. DODGE, MRS. ESSIE YANCY