IDAHO COUNTY FREE PRESS

FEBRUARY 23, 1905

Lousi Escard, known for many years in Lewiston died on the fifteenth inst., age 68 years.  His name has been familiar to the people of Idaho county since the early sixties.  He was a packer by profession and adhered rigidly to that business until the shadows of old age cast their blighting influences around him, his sight failed and he was no longer able to follow the trail with his pack train.  About seven years ago he abandoned the pack business and took up residence in one of his own houses back of Pat Toal's saloon in Mt. Idaho.  His malady grew worse and he was soon unable to recognize his most intimate friends.  An operation was performed on his eyes, but no permanent benefit was derived and for more than a month before he died he was totally blind.

BACK

HOME

If you have any records, photos, family information, etc., we would love for you to share.  Or if you have questions or suggestions, please drop me a line. My email address is County Coordinator

2004-Present

Keeping Internet Genealogy Free

Copyright Notice:
All materials contained on these pages are furnished for the free use of those engaged in researching their family origins. Any commercial use or distribution, without the consent of the host/author of these pages is prohibited. All images used on these pages were obtained from sources permitting free distribution, or generated by the author, and are subject to the same restrictions/permissions. All persons contributing material for posting on these pages do so in recognition of their free, non-commercial distribution, and further, is responsible to assure that no copyright is violated by their submission.