The body of W. T. Daughters formerly of this city, and father of T. A. Daughters of Sunnyside, was brought to this city today from Ritzville by S. J. Luce.The funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Coeur d' Alene Undertaking chapel.Rev. H. C. Collins of the Episcopalian church officiating.Burial will take place at the Forest cemetery, with the Masons in charge of the survices at the grave.
Mr. Daughters was 82 years of age is survived by five sons and four daughters.
The Coeur d' Alene Evening PressWednesday, July 26, 1916
DEATH OF MRS. DAUGHTERS
Mrs. Sarah Elmira, wife of William Daughters, died Saturday evening after a lingering illness of over five years. Daughters came to the city from Kansas about 18 months ago and took up her residence with her son, Rev. T A Daughters, of St. Lucke's Episcopal church. She was 65 years old and the mother of a large family including Miss Brittanal and the Rev. T A Daughters who reside in Coeur d' Alene and Rev. Freeman Daughters of Sandpoint. Other members of the family reside in other states. The funeral was held at the home of T A Daughters this afternoon at three o'clock. Dean Alfred Lockwood officiating and under the suspices of the Eastern Star. The services were impressive and there was a profusion of beautiful flowers.
The Coeur d' Alene Press, Monday February 11, 1907