Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Friday, November 6, 1931
Daniel Moore Is Taken
Early Reservation Settler and 20-Year Resident Here Dies.
Daniel Moore, among the first settlers on the Nez Perce Indian reservation when it was thrown open to entry in 1895, and for the last 20 years a citizen of Lewiston, died at his home, 702 Fifth avenue, at 3 p.m. yesterday after an illness of about one year. His farm was on Tom Beall creek in the Lapwai section. He was born at Ontario, Canada, August 5, 1862.
Besides a widow, he is survived by a brother and five sisters; Thomas Moore, living in Alberta, Mrs. Mary Monroe, Mrs. Margaret Hennigan, Mrs. Agnes Manley, all of Butte, Mont., Mrs. Mary Raymond, Moosejaw, Sask., and Mrs. Elizabeth Kanbell, living in Canada.
The body is resting at the Vassar parlors. Funeral services will be held at St. Stanislaus church tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Interment will be at Normal Hill Cemetery.