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The Payette Independent
Thursday, June 12, 1930
Funeral services for Mrs. A. C. Douglass were held Tuesday afternoon at the Christian
church, the Rev. J. S. Beem, officiating. The large number of flowers and large
attendance at the funeral testified to the esteem of her numerous friends.
Interment took place in the Boise cemetery by the side of her husband, A. C. Douglass, who
was moved to that cemetery from here. Music was furnished by the Christian ladies
Myrta Ann Hall was born at Lake Koshkonang, Jefferson county, Wisconsin. When yet a small
child she moved to Reedsburg, Wis., where they settled on a farm. Here she grew to young
womanhood. Later they moved to Hillsborough in the same state where she met and married
A. C. Douglass on October 20, 1872. In June 1881 they moved to Farnhamville, Iowa, where
they lived for 25 years. About 28 years ago they moved to Payette where they have since
She is survived by five children, the girls being Mrs. C. S. Babcock of Farnhamville,
Iowa, Mrs. C. J. Widrich of Pasco, Washington and Florence Douglass of Payette. The sons
are Howard and Leon Douglass of this city. Attending the funeral services from out of
town were Mrs. C. J. Widrick from Pasco and a grandson, Lester Armstrong, with his wife
form Walla Walla, Wash.