|Birth: ||Feb. 27, 1851|
|Death: ||Dec. 11, 1924|
Nez Perce County
Parents were Samuel M. Lough & Delia Stalcup
GIFFORD PIONEER DEAD - I. N. LOUGH PASSED AWAY LAST EVENING AT FARM HOME
GIFFORD, DEC. 11-I. N. Lough, a pioneer of the Gifford prairie, died at 9 o'clock this evening, following an illness of several weeks duration. Mr. Lough came here with his family from the Moscow region when the reservation was thrown open and he has resided on his home place since, being widely and favorably known over the entire region.
He is survived by three children, S. U. Lough, of Culdesac; Rosco, of Gifford, and Mrs. Jesse Jacks, of Gifford.
The funeral arrangements have not been made.
LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE, DEC 12, 1924
GAME WAS CANCELLED - FUNERAL OF I.N. LOUGH WILL BE CONDUCTED THIS AFTERNOON
GIFFORD, DEC. 12- The Cottonwood-Gifford basketball game scheduled to be played on the Gifford floor tonight was cancelled today on account of the death of I. N. Lough, grandfather of Lloyd Jacks, a member of the local team.
The funeral of Mr. Lough, pioneer resident who died here yesterday, will be held tomorrow afternoon from the local Community church.
LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE, DEC 13, 1924
Samuel Montgomery Lough (1823 - 1902)
Delilah J Stalcup Lough (1822 - 1957)
Martha Ann Humphreys Lough (1862 - 1889)*
Maud Ann Lough Jacks (1881 - 1949)*
Samuel Uriah Lough (1884 - 1956)*
Amos Roscoe Lough (1887 - 1958)*
John Thomas Lough (1846 - 1928)**
Isaac Newton Lough (1851 - 1924)
George Washington Lough (1852 - 1906)*
Samuel J Lough (1855 - 1885)*
Sarah Doris Lough Marshall (1861 - 1921)**
Levi Alexander Franklin Lough (1863 - 1943)**
Granville Jackson Lough (1868 - 1953)**
Mary Belle Lough Stephens (1870 - 1946)**
Permelia Jane Lough (1872 - 1944)**
Walter David Lough (1874 - 1936)**
Nez Perce County
Plot: Row 10
Created by: Cowgirl
Record added: Apr 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 88586728