Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Monday, May 1, 1905
Death of H. Perrault
Old Pioneer Succumbed at Age of 80 Years.
Hyppolyte Perrault died at his home in East Lewiston yesterday morning at 7 o'clock from complication of diseases attendant upon old age. Mr. Perrault was born on July 4, 1825, and came to Lewiston to reside shorly after the civil war. During the war he served in company A, First New Orleans regiment, and for many years has been a honored member of the R. B. Hayes corps of the G. A. R. During his residence in Lewiston he followed his trade of cabinet making, but in late years has worked very little. Mr. Perrault was married in 1885 to Miss Nellie Mitchell, who still survives him. Besides his wife he leaved a daughter in Canada by a former wife, and three daughters residing in Lewiston. He also leaves two brothers, Joseph Perrault, of Boise, and Dr. Julian Perrault, of San Francisco.
The funeral will be conducted from the late residence on tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock.