DECEMBER 5, 1890


On Tuesday morning, December 2, God's death angel came softly down the golden stairway, to free a pure and virtuous soul, and to attend it to the paradise of the good and the blessed.  Miss Shissler was a young lady whose sweet beauty made her the center of a large circle of admiring friends.  Only a few weeks since she left in the best of health and spirits, to complete her education in the young ladies college at Spokane Falls.  There she was prostrated by an attack of typhoid fever.  She was brought home on Saturday, November 15.  Annie Shissler was the second daughter of Franklin and Elizabeth Shissler, and was born in French creek, on Salmon river, in this county.  March 7, 1872.  She was therefore 18 years, 8 months and 25 days old at the date of her untimely death.  The funeral services were conducted under the auspices of Charity Grange in Grangeville.  The large concourse of friends at the grave testified to the loving remembrance in which the dear departed was held. 




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


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.