|Birth: ||Sep. 22, 1845|
|Death: ||Apr. 28, 1915|
The Idaho Post, Moscow, Idaho, April 30, 1915: "Mrs. L.R. Childers, aged sixty eight years, died at the residence of her son John in this city Wednesday morning, due to heart failure. Mrs. Childers is survived by five sons, George, Boyd, and John of Moscow; G.A. of Portland and C.H. of Boise. The husband and father died about two years ago. The Pythian Sisters conducted the funeral Friday afternoon."
The Star-Mirror, Moscow, Idaho, April 29, 1915: "Mrs. L.A. Childers, a pioneer resident of Moscow, know to practically every old-time resident in the city, passed peacefully away at the home of her son, John Childers, this morning, death being due to heart failure. The deceased was 68 years of age and was a native of Illinois. With her husband and family she settled in Moscow in 1893 and has resided here ever since.
"The deceased was a lady of Christian habits and charitable instincts and had a warm circle of close friends. Her husband passed away two years ago. The funeral arrangements have not as yet been completed, word being awaited from members of the family. The deceased was a charter member of the Pythian Sisters of this city, which order will conduct the funeral. Mrs. Childers is survived by five sons, G.A. Childers of Portland, C.H. Childers of Boise, John Childers of Moscow, Boyd Childers of Moscow, and G.S. Childers of Bovill."
Henry Carl Childers (1834 - 1913)*
Plot: Old Section Block 4
Maintained by: Julie Bennett Coleman
Originally Created by: Kathleen Peck Probasco K...
Record added: Nov 01, 2007
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