T. H. Maupin

New Plymouth Sentinel
Thursday, February 15, 1917

The Passing of a Pioneer

After an illness of several months, Mr. T. H. Maupin quietly passed away at his home three miles east of New Plymouth on Wednesday, February 7th 1917 at the age of 69 years, 4 months and 10 days.

The funeral services conducted by Rev. H. F. Knight, were held at the residence on Friday afternoon and the body was laid to rest in Park View cemetery.

The subject of this sketch was born in Campbell county, Virginia on September 27th, 1847, where he resided until he was 22 years of age. From there he went to Missouri where he lived for eight years and then took up his abode in Arkansas for nine years.

Returning to the state of Missouri he made his home in Joplin for ten years and then took the western fever and moved to Northport, Washington where he resided for three years.

In 1904 Mr. Maupin came to Burke, Idaho and after residing there for three years came to New Plymouth in 1907 where he has since made his home.

On January 23, 1876 he was married to Miss Olive Smith in the state of Missouri who is left to mourn the loss of a kind husband. Deceased also leaves two brothers and two sisters living in Virginia.

Mr. Maupin was a man of honesty and probity of character, who was a good neighbor and leaves many friends to mourn his departure.