Isham L. Tiner

Photo of Isham Tiner
Photo courtesy of The Idaho Statesman 10/18/1914 Page 2

Born July 10, 1887, Illinois
Died November 23, 1915, Boise, Idaho

He arrived in Idaho in 1862 with a capital of $1,500. He secured a mining claim in Placerville where from which he took out about $200 worth of gold a day, paying each of his five men $8 per day.

He came to Boise around 1869. During his time in Boise, he served for a time as warden of the penitentiary and was appointed sheriff when James Lawrence resigned.

Based on a lack of news coverage, it appears that he served the remainder of the term quietly and without scandal.

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