Location: Lemhi County ID

Biography of George L. Shoup

It is a well-attested maxim that the greatness of a state lies not in its machinery of government, nor even in its institutions, but in the sterling qualities of its individual citizens, in their capacity for high and unselfish effort and their devotion to the public good. Rising above the heads of the mass there has always been a series of individuals, distinguished beyond others, who by reason of their pronounced ability and forceful personality have always commanded the respect of their fellow men and who have revealed to the world those two resplendent virtues of a lordly race, perseverance

Biography of William Taylor

For twenty-eight years William Taylor has resided in Latah County, and is therefore one of the honored pioneer farmers of the locality. He has not only witnessed the entire growth and development of this section of the state, but has ever borne his part in the work of progress, and his name should be enduringly inscribed on the pages of its history. A native of the Emerald Isle, he was born in county Armagh, Ireland, April 15, 1820, his parents being Joseph and Elizabeth (Rankin) Taylor. In 1840 the father came to America, bringing with him his wife and seven

Biography of Walter Hoge

Walter Hoge is one of the most prominent representatives of the industrial interests of southeastern Idaho. He makes his home in Paris, where he is connected with the lumber business, both manufacturing and selling lumber. The volume of his trade enables him to furnish employment to a large force of workmen and thus he adds to the general prosperity of the community and to the welfare of the town. Mr. Hoge was born on the 18th of November 1844, and is of English lineage. His parents, Walter and Elizabeth Hoge, were also natives of the same land, and the father

Lemhi County, Idaho Census Records

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Christensen, Pearl Rosetta Bailey Mrs. – Obituary

Pearl Rosetta Christensen, 75, of Baker City, died Dec. 19, 2001, at St. Elizabeth Health Services. Her memorial service will be Friday at 1 p.m. at the Community of Christ Church, 2428 Madison St. in Baker City. Pearl was born Feb. 3, 1926, in Salmon, Idaho, to Rosetta and Cloyed Bailey. She had one son, who died in 1969 while serving in the Army. She married Ronald Christensen on Aug. 15, 1964, at Winnemucca, Nev. They lived for several years near the Oregon Coast, moving to Baker City in 1975. Pearl worked in the St. Elizabeth Nursing Home for several