Lewiston Evening Teller|
Monday, June 20, 1904
Thomas Stanton, a pioneer of this section died at St. Joseph's hospital this morning from old age. The funeral will be held from Vassar's Undertaking parlors at 10 o'clock tomorrow. All old pioneers are requested to be in attendance. The deceased was between 80 and 90 years of age and came to Lewiston in 1862 following the trade of stone mason and builder. He removed from here about twenty years ago locating at Hailey. He was up here visiting at the home of Bob Inghram near this city. His daughter who resides at Gooding, near Shoshone was here a few days ago and left for her home on account of sickness. He has a son who is living at Huntington, Ore.