- 1 Quick Facts
- 2 City Hall
- 3 Resources
- 3.1 Biography
- 3.2 Cemeteries
- 3.3 Church History and Records
- 3.4 Directories
- 3.5 Funeral Homes
- 3.6 History
- 3.7 Maps
- 3.8 Military History and Records
- 3.9 Minorities
- 3.10 Newspapers
- 3.11 Obituaries
- 3.12 School Records
- 3.13 Websites
- 4 References
P.O. Box 925
Lost River Cemetery - 195 interments are listed in Find-A-Grave
For other nearby cemeteries, see Butte County Cemeteries
Church History and Records
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Moore and Lost River Wards
3092 N 3350
Moore, ID 83255
Many of the original records of church units are in the Church History Library in Salt Lake City. Many of the membership records covering these units from the date of their creation to about 1948 have been microfilmed and are available at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City or at itsFamily History Centers. Records of the Moore Ward (1900-1948) are in this collections.
315 Main Street, Moore, ID 83255
The Idaho State Archives in Boise has a collection of city, county, regional and state directories.
See those listed under Arco, Idaho Funeral Homes.
The first settlers in the Lost River Valley were stockman, who located ranches in different parts of the valley. Later copper and lead ore were discovered near the place where Moore afterwards came into existence. Among the first settlers in the valley were James King and William Darnley. Moore is located in the Lost River Valley; most of the settlers lived on their respective farms and ranches. Irrigation for the farms is obtained from ditches which tap the Lost River on both sides at different points. The totel population of the Moore Precinct was 336 in 1930
Additional history of Moore, Idaho and the early Mormon settlers there can be found in:
Andrew Jenson. Encyclopedic History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Salt Lake City: Deseret News Publishing Company, 1941, p. 530.
Military History and Records
There are no copies of Moore newspapers [dead link] in the collections of the Idaho State Archives in Boise, Idaho but papers from nearby towns which are in the Archives may be of interest to residents of Moore.