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Emigrants to Oregon in 1852
Surnames A-I
compiled by Stephenie Flora
oregonpioneers.com
copyright � 2009

 

The emigration year of 1852 stands out as the year of illness and death on the trail for humans and animals alike.  Most of the human toll was the result of cholera.  While the diaries often suggest that the cattle died from an imaginary disease called "hollow horn", it is thought by some experts that the loss of cattle was actually due to anthrax with the stress of the journey as a contributing factor.  

The diaries and journals available for that year mention seeing wagons "as far as the eye can see" both ahead and behind.  While it has been estimated that over 10,000 adventurous souls started out for Oregon in 1852, an accounting of how many actually arrived is hard to determine.  It is thought that as many as 1,000 may have turned back.  Death definitely took a toll and then there were those who, at the last minute, turned off for California.  The emigrants going to California that year was estimated at upwards of 50,000.

Indians were not as troublesome in 1852 as some of the other years.  This was due, in part, to a treaty that was engineered by Thomas Fitzpatrick "Broken Hand" in 1851.  The size of the emigration also no doubt had a bearing.  Trains were traveling so close to each other that it provided extra security.

Most of the trains for 1852 were small in size due to the difficulty in finding water, camping spots and feed for the cattle.  A larger train was simply too hard to manage.  Most companies were made up of family and friends with single men hired to drive wagons and assist with the cattle.  Assuming that a train consisted of  50 or fewer individuals it would mean that there were at least 200 separate trains headed for Oregon.  And this would not account for the approximately 1000 companies headed for California.

As I compile the listing for 1852 I welcome any additions and corrections you care to make.  I can be contacted at the email address at the bottom of this page.

RR: Note death information in brackets  marked with RR was provided by Richard Rieck,  Professor Emeritus, Western Illinois Univ who has spent many years researching deaths on the Oregon Trail.

Captains of 1852

1) consisted of about 28 individuals. The company left Council Bluffs May 8 and arrived at Oregon City October 2, 1852.  There were 3 deaths in this company.

2a)   left Salem, Henry Co, Iowa 17 Apr 1852. The company traveled closely with other family groups including the Richey train.  They arrived at Kanesville, Iowa May 8, 1852 and left from there.  Their journey has been documented and compiled by Mike Booth and is available in the Akin Diary he has contributed. At least for a portion of the journey they were joined by a group led by Newton D. Gilham (see #26)
2b) Caleb Richey Company left Henry County, Iowa April 1852 and traveled closely with the Booth train.

3) Capt John Metzker, originally an emigrant of 1848 returned east and led a party of family and friends to OR in 1852. There were 22 wagons in the group.

4) McCully Train was compiled and published by Sanford and Sally Wilbur. Their web site features many of the names on the

5) Capt. Daviess Gibson, originally emigrant of 1849, led party of 40 wagons that included family and friends

6) Forgey group as compiled by Richard Schack

7) Capt. Calvin T. Hales party originating in McDonough Co, IL

8) Overland diary of Lafayette Spencer (The Annals of Iowa, Vol VIII #4 (January 1908) p304-310 contains the .  His group left VanBuren Co, IA on May 11th and reached Portland, OR on Oct 26, 1852

9) Capt. Jacob Jones left Northfield, Boone Co, IN on March 2, 1852 leading a caravan of 52 covered wagons drawn by ox-teams. There were 46 people on the train (This is the only number I found).  All the wagons but one belonged to the family.  Each wagon was drawn by three or four yoke of oxen, that would be over one hundred fifty.  They started from Indiana and crossed the Missouri River at Council Bluffs, taking the Oregon Trail up the Platte River, and after a six month journey they arrived at The Dalles on September 28, remaining there until December.  ....  On the trip to Oregon they lost five members to cholera.  Those who died were Lydia  JONES (1`844-1852); Mrs. Cynthia Ann JONES died 26 June 1852; Mrs. Sarah  JONES; Mark Dugan JONES; William Lemley JONES (buried near The Dalles)"; source:  Paul Rekow's Family Tree contributed by Ken Robinson, Rancho Cordova, CA,
Note per Ken Robinson: I'm not quite sure how "46 people" - including children - managed 52 wagons.  I'm suspicious of the math.  Any additional information would be appreciated.

10) Davis Train

11) Capt. Anson Goodrich headed up a train that started at Lima, Rock County, WI., joined April 3, 1852 with train consisting of Crandall and Coon families who had left Lima, Rock Co, Wi on Mar 29, 1852; joined May 2 by Haywood, McGraw and Kinney families; arrived at Kanesville, IA May 18th; June 4 joined by 4 more wagons making 14 wagons and 30+ men; July 6 Independence Rock; July 13 South Pass; July 29 Fort Hall [Covered Wagon Women, Vol 5, p.173-206 Polly Crandall Coon Diary]

12) Capt. Gaebhart:; train left Osage Co, MO 11 Apr 1852 with ten wagons, later joined by others making 40 wagons and 60 able bodied men; 1/4 of train later turned of for California

13) Capt James Wood led the  company that included the Koontz, and Wood famillies.  They left from  Kanesville, IA  19 May 1852.  Their story and the members of theis company are documented in    by Dennis M. Larsen & Ken Keigley

14) Capt. Joseph McMillen started from Illinois leading a party of eight wagons (one that was cutting off for California) that included the Adams, McMillen, Miller, Wilson, Raymond and Blank families.  The company arrived at Council Bluffs June 3, 1852. June 18 they had eight wagons, 16 men, 10 ladies + children. On August 18, 1852 in Snake river country they joined six wagons led by Capt. Benjamin Hyland for added protection through Indian country.  It made 14 wagons and 32 able bodied men. [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5; Diary of Cecelia (McMillen) Adams and Parthenia (McMillen) Blank]; On September 21 Joseph McMillen, John Stowell and Mr. Raymond left the company along with eleven others to pack to The Dalles.  The diary makes note of passing 390+ graves along the trail but only mentions the names of four of them..  Also notes that on June 26 a fight broke out in camp between a man and his son-in-law.  They were asked to leave the company with their families.  Five days later the older man was ill and on July 2 it states"the sick man is dead this morning.  Wrapped him in bed clothes and layed him in the ground without any coffin".  [The family name was never given].  The company arrived at The Dalles Oct 24, 1852.

15) Capt. Benjamin S. Hyland had company of six wagons from Plainfield, IL. On Aug 18, 1852, in Snake river country they joined eight wagons led by Capt Joseph McMillen for added protection through Indian country. It made 14 wagons and 32 able bodied men. Mentioned in Cecelia Adams and Parthenia Bland diary [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5; Diary of Cecelia (McMillen) Adams and Parthenia (McMillen) Blank]

16) Capt. John Franklin Adams led train of friends and family members from Grandview Twp, Louisa Co, IA.  This is train is being researched by Jim Cook (see researcher page for his contact information)

17) Richey Company left Salem, Henry Co, IA  in April 1852; families included Hoskins,Hobson, Smith; part of Akin party 2

18) Capt John Tucker Scott left from Groveland, Tazewell Co, IL April 2, 1852.  On April 24 they were joined by a company led by Isaac "Stull" Swearingen of Vermillion Co, IL  The party arrived at St. Joseph, MO May 10th where they were joined by a group of men from Groveland who had gone ahead to accompany their shipment of provisions.  Also joining at that time was a small company from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL. On May 28th they arrived at Fort Kearney with a company consisting of 12 wagons, 52 men, women and children, 113 oxen and 12 horses; May 28 arrived at Ft. Kearney; June 9 Ash Hollow, June 18 Ft. Laramie, June 29 Independence Rock, July 19 Soda Springs, July 23 Ft. Hall, Aug 3 Salmon Falls, Sept 4 Blue Mountains, Sept 20 Barlows Gate, Sept 28 reach Foster's Farm.  Documented over 160 graves along the way. [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5 p.21-173 Journal and Letters of Scott Family]

20): Clifton Read company left Marengo, IL 19 Apr 1852; arrived Kanesville,IA 19 May 1852, June 23 Chimney Rock, July `10 Independence Rock; July 19 South Pass, Aug 4, Soda Springs; Aug 10, Fort Hall, Sept 21 Blue Mountains

21): Capt. Mercer Thompson train started from Newton Co, MO Mar 20, 1852 and consisted of approximately 100 adults.

22) Powell Train

23) Hinkle Train originating in Perry Co, MO arrived in Oregon in Oct 1852.

24) Jones Family Train; captained by Jacob Jones this train consisted of 49 known individuals, all family members with the exception of 7 individuals.  The train started from Northfield, Indiana, on the 15th of March, 1852, and reached The Dalles, Oregon, on the 19th of September. This list has been compiled by family researcher Willard Anderson.  He graciously shared the information with me for the benefit of others interested in this family.

25) Murphy Train, captained by John Ecles Murphy consisted of family and friends, all members of the Christian Church (aka Campbellites or Disciples of Christ).  In the early1830s followers of Alexander Campbell, founder of the Disciples of Christ, moved from their homes in Warren Co, KY to Warren Co, IL and established the town of Monmouth, named after their home in Monmouth, Wales.  As the word of the virtues of the Oregon Territory reached Illinois, the talk turned to another move.  An advanced migration of church members went west in 1850.  It consisted of Elijah and Margaret Davidson, Squire S. and Elizabeth Whitman, Thomas and Sarah Lucas and their families, as well as a number of single men.  They reached Polk County, OR in August and settled near Independence on the west bank of the Willamette River, establishing what became Monmouth, OR. In April 1852, a second migration of church members began the journey.  It was made up of the families of Burford, Butler, Davidson, Lucas, Mason, Murphy, Roundtree and a number of single men.The Monmouth, Illinois Atlas newspaper, on April 16, 1852 described the gathering and departure of the train.  In following issues, the newspaper also published several letters written during the journey and from Oregon written by Rev. John E. Murphy.  In 1853, the last of these migrations from the church headed west in what was known as The Butler Train.  It was led by Ira F. M. Butler and contained family and friends.  

26) Capt Newton D. Gilham led a train from Macoupin Co, IL that consisted of about 20 wagons and 70 people.  Along with his family it included the families of Jesse Moreland, Mitchell Owen, Francis Robinson, Samuel Nelson and Woodford Reams.

27) compiled by Kevin Mittge

28) Capt. Robert B. Crawford led a party consisting of 111 individuals.  It encluded 84 families and 27 single men.  They left from St. Joseph, Missouri May 9.  As with most of the larger companies, members split off, rejoined and sometimes split again.  By the end of the journey there was as much as 50 miles separating the various wagons of the train

29) by Don Guenther consisted of three trains that split and went different routes.  There were a number of different captains along the way.  Names include Tigard, Harer, Winn, Ingram and numerous others.

SR = Southern Route

 

Emigrants to Oregon in 1852

Surnames A-M

Note: all female members of the emigration will be listed by maiden name, if known, even if they were married at the time of emigration.


 12) ABBOTT, Amanda (1845- ): d/o John and Keturah (Ballinger) Abbott

12) ABBOTT, Catherine (1844- ): d/o John and Keturah (Ballinger) Abbott

12) ABBOTT, Charlotte (1832-1907): m'd 1829 HAYES, Lewis; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Heatherly) Abbott; born on Alary's River, Sage Co, MO; mother of nine children (Rachel, Nancy Elizabeth, Francis Marion, Jefferson Davis, Samuel Perry, Josie, David Orlando, William Lewis and Ira Eugene); Charlotte is buried in Sparlin Cemetery,  Josephine Co, OR

12) ABBOTT, Drucilla (1843-1928): m'd 1858 HIGGINS, William Lewis; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Heatherly) Abbott; mother of Mary Elizabeth, William Henry, Samuel, Robert Lee, Emily Jane, Daisy, Martha, Charlotte, James, Rose and Lewis

12) ABBOTT, Elizabeth (1832- ): m'd 1857 TRIMBLE, James; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Heatherly) Abbott

12) ABBOTT, George T. (1850- ): s/o William and Johanna (Gaebhart) Abbott

12) ABBOTT, John G. (1841-1914): s/o William and Johanna (Gaebhart) Abbott; left Osage Co, MO 11 Apr 1852 with 10 wagons; later joined by other families bringing total to 40 wagons and 60 able bodied men;
 

12) ABBOTT, John Jr. (1851- ): s/o John and Keturah (Ballinger) Abbott

12) ABBOTT, John Vance ( -1855): m'd  BALLINGER, Keturah

12) ABBOTT, Mary Ann (1839- ): m'd c1858 HOLLAND, Thomas J.: d/o William and Johanna (Gaebhart) Abbott; buried Mulkey Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

12) ABBOTT, Nancy J. (c1840- ): m'd CHEATHAM, John; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Heatherly) Abbott

12) ABBOTT, Samuel (1796-1885): m'd HEATHERLY, Elizabeth; wife died on the trail; buried Sparlin Cemetery, Josephine Co, OR; father of Charlotte, Drucilla, Elizabeth, Nancy J. and William Young.

12) ABBOTT, Samuel Young (1844-1914): s/o William and Johanna (Gaebhart) Abbott; living with married sister in 1860 Lane Co census; buried Mulkey Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

12) ABBOTT, Sarah Elizabeth (1842- ):  m'd CANADAY, Madison Dr.; d/o William and Johanna (Gaebhart) Abbott; born 26 Oct 1842 Greene Co, MO and died 27 Feb 1922 Eugene, Lane Co, OR

12) ABBOTT, William Sterling (1848-1918): s/o William and Johanna (Gaebhart) Abbott; living with married sister in 1860 Lane Co census; buried Mulkey Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

12) ABBOTT, William Young (1817-1852): m'd c1837 GAEBHART, Johanna; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Heatherly) Abbott; died on trail 09 Jun 1852 of cholera; buried where the Emigrant Road left the Little Blue; father of Mary Ann, John G., Sarah Elizabeth, Samuel Young, William Sterling and George T.

ABRAHAM, Charles (1827-1894): brother of James Abraham

ABRAHAM, James (1811-1893): m'd 1849 [   ], Jane; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; James Abraham died 07 February, 1893 leaving only his wife to survive him.  Upon his arrival in Oregon James Abraham had obtained a Donation Land Claim in the Sunnyside area of Portland.  The 1860 census lists his occupation as a nurseryman.  During his years of residence in the Portland area he had always been a generous benefactor to the local Methodist church as well as other institutions. He sold all but 5 acres of his land to built a hospital on and upon construction of the hospital donated ,000 toward its contstruction.   Upon his death  his estate of 0,000 was sued for charitable bequests that he had reportedly made.  Mrs. Abraham, at the time of her husband's  death was in ill health herself.  By the time she died in June 1904  the constant litigation had left her penniless.

ABRAHAM, Jane (1829 -1904): m'd 1849 ABRAHAM, James; maiden name unknown at this time; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

ABRAHAM, William Jay(1850-1864): s/o James and Jane Abraham; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

ADAIR, Elias Coleman Dr. (1829-1869): m'd 1854 KEMP, Martha M.; to CA 1850; to OR 1852; s/o Henry and Elpha (Grover) Adair; married on board the steamer Gazelle while enroute from Salem to Corvallis; wife was also emigrant of 1852; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; father of Henry, Florence C., Inez V., Hattie B., Ward B., Vera E.

ADAIR, Mary Jane (1847-1898): m'd 1863 MINIER, William G.; d/o William and Elizabeth Adair; resided in Pike Co, IL in the 1850 census; 1852 went to CA and then to OR in 1859; mother of Mary Violetta, T. Mary, Elmer W., Ella May, E. Charles, Edward A., and George

ADAIR, Miley A. (1849-1928): m'd 1867 KILLEN, Thomas Benton; d/o William and Elizabeth Adair; resided in Pike Co, IL in the 1850 census; 1852 went to CA and then to OR in 1859

ADAIR, William (1789-1859): m'd 1820 [   ], Mary "Polly"; Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR Tombstone reads: "Fairwell - William Adair Senior - born in  Roxford County Georgia, September 1789, died January 24, 1859 - A faithfull member of the M.E. church

ADAIR, William R. (1824-1894): m'd 1846 WALK,  Elizabeth; born in IL 09 May 1827, resided in Pike Co, IL in the 1850 census; 1852 went to CA and then to OR in 1859; settled first at Molalla in Clackamas county; later moved to the Silverton area of Marion county; buried Miller Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR


16) ADAMS, Abraham Hayes (1830-1852): s/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; born 28 Sep 1830 Wabash Co, IN and died on plains near Chimney Rock.

ADAMS, Adaline (1830-1852) m'd 1850 SHAFF, Henry C.; died on the Oregon Trail

ADAMS, Alice Amelia (1848-1898): m'd 1867 CRAWFORD, Elvin J.; d/o Oliver and Mary (Hill) Adams; settled Yamhill county

16) ADAMS, Amelia Savannah (1835-1919): m'd 13 Mar 1853 SHORTRIDGE, James S.; d/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; born 12 Feb 1835 Vermillion Co, IN; died 31 Jul 1919 Lane Co, OR; mother of Emily R., Franklin Boone, Mary Rosetta, William Johnson, Alice Amelia, Lillie Jane and Sarah Olive; buried Taylor-Lane Cemetery, Cottage Grove, Lane Co, OR

14) (1820 -1907):m'd1848 BARTLETT, Catherine J.; brother of Dr. William Adams; buried Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery, Washington Co, OR

16) ADAMS, Catherine Swartslander(1828-1902): m'd 1847 WAGNER, Isaac M.; d/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; born 03 Feb 1828 and died 25 Oct 1902 from injuries sustained when thrown from her carriage; buried , Salem, Marion Co, OR; mother  of 10 children,  Mrs. E. A. Neal, Jefferson; P. M. Wagner, Garfield; A. P. Wagner, Hebo; Mrs. A. R. Nye, Portland; A. C. Wagner, Portland; Mrs. M.E. Glenn, Spokane; J. A. Wagner, Salem; Mrs. C. E. Bruce, Portland; I. M. Wagner, Jr., Salem; Mrs. C. A. Jerman, Salem.

8) (1818-1891): m'd VOWEL, Mary; s/o Abraham and Emillia (Stringer) Adams; born 18 Jan 1818 KY and died 18 Jul 1891 The Dalles, Wasco Co, OR; first wife died 11 Nov 1852 after reaching Oregon; m2. 10 Jan 1853 Mrs. Eleanor (Howard) Carter; father of  7 children by first wife (John H., Margaret J.; Mary E.;  Perlina; Samantha A. & Miranda J.(twins); Charles A.) and 2 children by second wife  (Sarah C. and Irene E.); Charles was a merchant and shows up in both Benton and Marion counties before finally settling in Wasco County

8) ADAMS, Charles A. (1852-1911): s/o Charles and Mary (Vowel) Adams; born on trail 19 Jul 1852 at the Clearwater in NE

ADAMS, Elizabeth Ann ( 1818-1852): m'd 1838 THORNTON, Simeon Toney; born 07 Sep 1818 and died on the trail 09 Sep 1852; buried beside Willow Creek in John Day country

ADAMS, Emily:

ADAMS, Emma Ellen (1849- ): m'd 1866 JONES, George W.; d/o Oliver and Mary (Hill) Adams; settled Yamhill county

ADAMS, Hannah R. ( - ): m'd STONE, [  ]; d/o Thomas and Mary (Davis) Adams

ADAMS, Henry A.

16) ADAMS, Jesse L. (1832 ): m'd [   ], Mary P.; s/o John andMary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; born 13 Dec 1832 Vermillion, IN

16) (1799-1877): m'd 20 Apr 1820 HINKLE, Mary Rebecca; John was born 10 Jun 1799 in Roane Co, NC and died 24 Nov 1877 in Salem, Marion Co, OR; John settled in Marion County, OR; he was the father of Elizabeth (died 1847 in IA), Nancy Eleanor, Catherine, Mary Ann, Abraham, Jesse L., Amelia Savannah, John Quincy and Rebecca Sarah

8) ADAMS, John Henry (1840-1915): m'd 17 Aug1862 FORCE, Amanda; s/o Charles and Mary (Vowel) Adams; born 09 Feb 1840 and died 25 Jan 1915; buried Rose City Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of Mary L., Ida Amanda and Margaret

16) ADAMS, John Quincy (1840-1861): m'd 20 May 1860 JOHNSTON, Barbara J.; s/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams ; born 1840 IA and died 21 Jun 1861 Turner, Marion Co, OR

ADAMS, John Quincy : s/o Oliver and Mary (Hill) Adams; died at age 3 yrs.

14) ADAMS, Joseph Spencer (1851-1909): m'd 1881 GOSNEY, Martha Jane; s/o Calvin and Catherine (Bartlett) Adams

ADAMS, L. H.

ADAMS, Larcena Mrs. (1839-1916):

ADAMS, Mamie: d/o Charles and Mary Adams

8) ADAMS, Margaret Jane. (1843-1891): m. 08 Dec 1864 SMITH, Harrison; d/o Charles andMary (Vowel) Adams; mother of Luella and Clare Smith

16) ADAMS, Mary Ann (1830-1878): m'd 01 Jun 1847 WHITLEY, James Willis; twin to Abraham Hayes Adams; d/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; born 28 Sep 1830 Wabash Co, IN and died 23 Mar 1878 Modoc Co, CA;  mother of John Willis (1848-1924); Elizabeth R. (1849-1932); Abraham Hayes (1851-1932); Mary Catherine (1853-1898); Nancy Jane (1855-1942); William Clarke (1857-1933): James Levi (1858-1863): Francis Marion (1860-1958); Chalres Henry (1862-1958); Sarah Justina (1865-1931); Alice Henrietta (1867- )

8) ADAMS, Mary Elizabeth (1844-1926): d/o Charles and Mary (Vowel)Adams; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

ADAMS, Mary Maria (1852-1919): m'd 16 Nov 1867 HENDERSON, Walter Glenn; d/o Oliver and Mary (Hill) Adams; born 04 Jan 1852 Galesburg, IL and d. 21 Mar 1919 Yamhill Co, OR; buried Masonic Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR; Mary's husband owned a livery stable in McMinnville and served four terms as Sheriff  as well as other civic positions; Mary was the mother of four children (Nettie, Ernest R., Glenn A. and Ray R.)

ADAMS, Matthew:

8) ADAMS, MillieAnn (1841 -1917): m'd 16 Oct 1860 MEREDITH,John Wesley; d/o Charles and Mary (Vowel) Adams; born 02 Jul 1841 and died 24 May 1917 (or 26 Jun 1917); buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; husband was a dentist in Salem where they resided; mother of Frank and Jennette Meredith

16) ADAMS, Nancy Eleanor (1821-aft 1880):m'd 11 Mar 1841 SARGENT, Abraham A.; d/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; mother of (John Franklin, Reason F., Mary Catherine, Oliver Perry H., and Oscar Dunswreath); settled Josephine Co.

ADAMS, Oliver Harmon (1819-1908): m'd 1846 HILL, Mary Sophia; s/o Sebastian and Eunice (Harmon) Adams; born 25 Mar 1819 in Painesville, OH; married Mary Sophia Hill 20 Oct 1846 Knox Co, IL; settled near the present city of Carlton, Yamhill Co.  Oliver died in Yamhill County 31 Mar 1908.  He was the father of  9 daughters and two sons (Alice Amanda, Emma Ellen, Mary Maria, Eva Ellen, Ida Irene, Ada Ann, Inez Ione, Carrie Cornelia, Austin Hill, Frank Grant and Lilly May.)

ADAMS, Oscar P. ( -1914): died in Lane county

8) ADAMS, Pauline (1849-1919): d/o Charles and Mary (Vowel) Adams; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

ADAMS, Samuel (1833- ):

16) ADAMS, Sarah Rebecca (1842-1925): m'd 05 Oct 1858 ROGERS, William Clark; d/o John and Mary Rebecca (Hinkle) Adams; born 17 Jul 1842 Decatur, IA and died 12 Feb 1925 Salem, Marion Co, OR; mother of Mary Ann, Sarah Elizabeth, Clark L., Charles M., Amelia C., Clarence M., Clayton O., Cecil P. and Laura E.

ADAMS, Sebastian Cabot Capt. (1789-1852): m'd HARMON, Eunice; Sebastian died on trail; son, Sebastian Cabot Adams Jr emigrated in 1850

14) ADAMS, Sophia Adeline (1849-1917): m. 12 Feb 1866 BOWLBY, Theodore F.; d/o Calvin and Catherine (Bartlett) Adams

ADAMS, Stephen Barlow (1829- )

ADAMS, William (c1839 -1913):

14) ADAMS, William Dr. (1822-1913): m'd 1849 MCMILLEN, Cecelia Emily;

. (1832-1864): m'd 1854 LUALLEN, Hannah; s/o William and Mary (White) Addington; settled Linn County, OR; 1850 living in Ward, Randolph Co, IN; 1860 in Yreka, Siskiyou Co, CA farming; born 1832 IN; died 26 Sep 1864 Boise, ID;   mother d. 1847 and the father in 1859; Absalom was the father of Elvira and William

ADDINGTON, Joel (1830-1921): m'd 12 Feb 1860 LUALLEN, Mary Jane; s/o William and Mary (White) Addington; born Nov 1830 IN; mother d. 1847 and the father in 1859; 1850 living in Ward, Randolph Co, IN; 1860 in Yreka, Siskiyou Co, CA raising stock; served in Indian Wars in 1856 under Capt. John Sutliff; returned to CA that fall until 1860 when he returned to Oregon long enough to marry on 12 Feb 1860 to Miss Mary Jane Luallen,  (d/o Isaac and Sarah (Miller) Luallen); Joel and Mary were the parents of seven children: Olive (Charles Williams), Minnie L. (Ellis Kellison), Ella, (Munsey Goddard), Louis L., Leroy K.., Alva B., and Nellie G..; Joel and Mary are buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Lane Co, OR


AGEE, Benjamin Coats (1837-1920): m'd 1863 LADY, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 27 Sep 1837 MO and died 21 Jan 1920 Douglas Co, OR; moved from Yamhill Co to Douglas Co c1869; sheriff of Douglas Co; buried Civil Bend Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR; father of  14 children (Oscar, Orvil, Roland, Norman, Miles, Minnie, Millie, May, Asher, Rose, Fred, Daisy, Earl and Elmer);

"AGEE, BENJAMIN C.--Born in Osage County, Missouri, in September, 1837; left that State for Oregon April 6, 1852, coming in an ox-train in company with his parents, ten brothers, and four sisters. The family settled in Yamhill County. Benjamin Agee removed to Douglas County in 1869, and still resides on a farm near Roseburg. Has a wife and ten children."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 750]

AGEE, Isaac (1811-1900): m'd 25 No 1831 THORNTON, Cordelia; born 18 Oct 1811 MO and died 09 Sep 1900 Yamhill Co, OR; settled in Gopher Valley, Yamhill Co; buried Agee Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR; father of  14 children (William T., Mary Emeline, Wilson, Benjamin Coats, John, Malissa Ann, Matthew W., James, Jackson K., Sarah Marinda, Judy Belinda, Jasper, Isaac Thomas and Charles M)

AGEE, Jackson K. (1846-1917): m1. 1867 DOWNING, Marcella; m2. 1880 BAKER, America Ann; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 20 Apr 1846 MO and died 29 Jul 1917 Yamhill Co, OR (reportedly committed suicide); buried Masonic Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR

AGEE, James B. (1844-1905): m1. 1869 MURRAY, Fanny Jane; m2. MURRAY, May Noble; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 17 Jun 1844 MO and died 01 Feb 1905 Yamhill Co, OR; buried Masonic Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR

AGEE, John (1839-1912): m'd 05 Jun 1866 THORNTON, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 23 Apr 1839 MO and died 26 Apr 1912 Douglas Co, OR; moved to Douglas Co from Yamhill Co c1869; buried Wilbur Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR

AGEE, Judy Belinda (1852-1874): m'd 1869 FRISTOE, James A.; d/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 08 Apr 1852 MO and died 07 Oct 1874 Yamhill Co, OR; buried Agee Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

AGEE, Malissa Ann (1841-1852): d/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 03 Apr 1841 MO and died 15 Aug 1852  on trail to Oregon; family tradition says she fell from horse hitting her head on rock ; listed in Agee Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

AGEE, Mary Emmaline (1834-1894): m'd 02 Jan 1851 ATTERBURY, Greene Rufus Pinckney; d/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 07 Aug 1834 MO and died 21 May 1894 Douglas Co, OR; originally settled in Yamhill Co and later moved to Douglas Co; buried Oak Creek Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR

AGEE, Matthew W. (1842-1887): m1. 1865 MILLER, Martha; m2. 1878 Sarah C. Winter; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 24 Aug 1842 MO and died 06 Aug 1887 OR; father of 2 children by first marriage (Mary Matilda and James Robert); father of 4 children by second marriage (Charles H., Helen C., Urton C. and Sylvia S.)

AGEE, Sarah Marinda (1849-1925): m'd 1865 COATS, Lemuel A.; d/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 28 Feb 1849 MO and died 27 Mar 1925

AGEE, William T. (1833-1857): m'd THORNTON, Marinda; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 13 Mar 1833 MO and died 25 Aug 1857 of wounds received in Indian War; buried Agee Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

AGEE, Wilson (1836-1883): m'd 1860 STEVENS, Martha Vernelia; s/o Isaac and Cordelia (Thornton) Agee; born 17 Aug 1837 MO and died 24 Apr 1833 Yamhill Co, OR; buried Agee Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

2a) AKIN, Caroline (1846-c1910): m'd 18 Aug 1866 HODGES, Stephen Clark; d/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; born 02 Jan 1846 Henry County, Iowa, died c1910 Placer County, California

2a) AKIN, Elizabeth (1835- ): m'd c1857 HODGES, Stephen Clark; d/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; born 1835 Pike County, Illinois and died 01 Jan 1865 Claifornia; after her death her husband married her younger sister, Caroline.

2a) AKIN, Frank Street (1842-1922): m'd 1871 KLINE, Laura Ellen (1850-1910); s/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; born 15 Mar 1842 Henry Co, IA and died 28 Aug 1922 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; census records show him as an merchant dealing in boots and shoes; buried Rose City Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; wife emigrated from Missouri in 1853

AKIN, Hester Mrs. ( -1916):

2a) AKIN, James Jr. (1833-1880): m1. KELLY, Mary Jane (1839-1864); m2. c1865 KELLY, Samantha Caroline; s/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; born 26 Jan 1833 Pike Co, IL and died 09 Sep 1880 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of  Flora A. and Louis Benson Akin.

2a) (1807-1852): m'd RICHEY, Eliza Ann; s/o John and Frances (Davis) Akin; died two weeks after arrival in Portland, OR; brother of Ritta Ann Akin Ingram

2a) AKIN, John L. (1837- ): m1. c1859 MASON, Catherine Olive;  m2. c1863 HULBERT, Harriett; m3. c1896 KISOR, Mrs. Malinda E.; s/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; born 14 Jul 1837 Henry Co, IA and died 11 Mar 1911 Albany, Linn Co, OR; buried Bellfountain Cemetery, Benton Co, OR; father of  Olive A. by first wife, Clara C., Eva E., J Franklin, Elva Abigail, John Stuart, George, and Francis by second wife 

2a) AKIN, Mary Ann (1850-1852): d/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; died on Lower Cascades, Columbia River, 15 October 1852

2a) AKIN, Nancy (1840-1907): m'd 06 Mar 1856 HANSON, Hans; d/o James and Eliza (Richey) Akin; born 06 Jun 1840 Henry Co, IA and died 02 Dec 1907 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of Frederick William, E. Wilbur, Ida Eliza and Charles Edwin Hanson

2a) AKIN, Ritta Ann (1815 - ): m'd 04 Dec 1833 INGRAM, James; d/o John and Frances (Davis) Akin; sister of James Akin Sr.; settled with husband and children in Clackamas County; mother of  Mitchell, Rachel, James Henry, Leanna, Paulna, Sarah Jane, Elizabeth, Elva, Louisa, Mary Ann and Frances Olive

AKIN, Susan (c1803 -1852): m'd ALLEN, Abner; died on trail of mountain fever; buried at upper crossing of the Sweetwater River

ALBIN, Gabriel (1830- ):

ALBRIGHT, Charles (1810-1897): m1. c1833 [   ], Rebecca H. (1813-1852); m2. 11 Jun 1855 Mann, Cynthia (BURKE/BIRKS); Charles was born 10 Oct 1810 in Baden, Wurttemburg, Germany and died 07 Nov 1897 Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; father of four children by first wife (Mary Regina, Laura V., Edward F., and Francis M.) and two children by his second wife (Charles Oliver  1856-1916 and Clara 1861-)

"ALBRIGHT, CHARLES--Born in Germany October 10, 1811; occupation, butcher; place of residence, Port Townsend. Wife s previous name, Mrs. Cynthia Mann. Children Frank M., Edward F. (deceased), Laura V., Charles A., and Clara."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 750]

ALBRIGHT, Edward F. (1839-1882): m'd 23 Aug 1899 STORY/STRONG, Kate; s/o Charles and Rebecca Albright; Edward was born 1839 IL and died 1882 in Portland, OR

ALBRIGHT, Francis M. "Frank" (1840-1896): s/o Charles and Rebecca Albright; Frank was born 1840 IL and died 09 Jan 1896 Clackamas Co, OR

ALBRIGHT, Laura V. (1837- ): m'd CURRY, D.; d/o Charles and Rebecca Albright

ALBRIGHT, Mary Regina (1835-1862): m'd 10 Jun 1855 SPRINGER, Abraham B.; d/o Charles and Rebecca Albright; Mary was born 1835 IL and died 23 Aug 1862 Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR

ALBRIGHT, Rebecca H. (1813-1852): m'd c1833 ALBRIGHT, Charles; maiden name unknown at this time; Rebecca was born 1813 in Peoria, IL and died soon after arrival on 04 Dec 1852 in Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR; mother of four children (Mary Regina, Laura V., Edward F., and Francis M.)

ALDERSON, Christopher (1826-1907): m'd 13 Aug 1862 ROYAL, Mary C.; born 11 Sep 1826 Yorkshire, England; longtime Methodist minister that served posts in Washington and Oregon; killed 12 Oct 1907 at Albany by a train while walking on a trestle.  He was on his way to the depot to return to his home in Salem after visiting a daughter. He was the father of seven children (William C., Minta .S., Margaret, Anna, Edith R., Lois E. and Pearl H. )

ALDRICH, Charles Edwin (1842-1918): m'd FIELDS, Lucinda; s/o Ellery and Rosanah (Mead) Aldrich; father of 8 children ( Arvest Allace, Nephi, Alvira Isabell, Elry Frances, Joseph Carlos, William Edwin, May Arabal, and Henry Nelson) per 

ALDRICH, Edward Eugene "Jack" (1850-aft 1900): s/o Ellery and Cynthia (Sweet) Aldrich per

ALDRICH, Ellery Wood (1815-1888): m1. FINCH, Almira; m2. 1842 MEAD, Rosanah "Betsy"; m3. 1845 SWEET, Patience M.; m4. 1849 SWEET, Cynthia Eurena Cecelia Alice.; born Erie Co, NY; buried Canyon City Cemetery, Canyon City, Grant Co, OR; father of Charles Edwin, Edward E., Francellia J., Elry Francis, Oliver Elmer, Ella MaryAnn, Nelson, Elnora Jennette, Icealius, Ida Cecelia, George Washington, Reno and Henry; per ;

ALEXANDER, Edwin Charles (1850-1930); m1. ; m2. [   ], Anna E.; father of four children by second wife (infant, infant, Irene M. and Leo E.); was a printer; lived in Lane County as a child, spent some time in Marion County, Linn County and in San Francisco, CA

ALEXANDER, James H. ( -1857):

ALEXANDER, John B. (1820-1904): m'd 14 Nov 1848 BAILEY, Emily; s/o Josiah and Elizabeth (King) Alexander; John was born 11 Feb 1820 Franklin Co, AL and died 19 Jun 1904 Linn Co, OR; he lived for many years in Lane County before moving to Linn County where he spent his last years; he was the father of (Edwin Charles, William Henry, Frank Ross, Emma and George L.)

ALEXANDER, Joseph M. (1811- ):

ALEXANDER, Mary J. Mrs. ( -1923):

ALEXANDER, Sophia (1810-1887): m'd 06 Dec 1831 IRELAND, Alpheus; d/o John and Ruth (Penland) Alexander; born 19 Oct 1810 Burke Co, NC and died 12 May 1887 Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; buried Adams Cemetery, Mrytle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; settled in Douglas County; mother of  six children (John Alexander, Myra Elizabeth, Juliet Ann, Ruth Hellen, Infant dau and Mary Jane); three of her children died in IN prior to the emigration

ALEXANDER, William F. (1823- ): m'd 1853 [   ], Anna D.

ALLARD, Alvin (1816-1886): born 1816 Orange Co, VT and died 13 May 1866; was found dead in his home at Columbia Slough by a neighbor who was checking on him; he had no known relatives in Oregon.  He was buried taken to Portland and then returned to Columbia Slough for burial.

(1799-1888): m1. 1826 AKIN, Susan; m2. 1855 WATSON, Mrs. Julia A.; first wife died at the upper crossing on the Sweetwater River 15 Jun 1852;  Abner was born 06 Jun 1799 Franklin Co, NC and died 20 Feb 1888 Marion Co, OR; Abner is buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; father of six children (Henry, Caroline, Ira, Sarah Frances, Mary E., and Hannah A.)

ALLEN, Albert (1838- ): s/o William and Eliza Allen; spent most of adult life in Yamhill Co, OR; appears that he never married

(1803-1875): m'd 02 Jan 1822 JACKSON, Sarah; s/o Isaac and Frances Rebecca (Randle) Allem; Alfred was born 06 Jan 1803 Boone Co, KY and died 21 Feb 1874 Linn Co, OR; buried Pine Grove cemetery, Halsey, Linn Co, OR; father of six children including (2 unnamed daughters, one unnamed son, Barton H., Benjamin F. and William M.); resided in Warren Co, Illinois prior to emigration to Oregon; shown in 1860 Klicitat Co, Washington census and 1870 Halsey, Linn Co, OR census

ALLEN, Andrew Jackson (1828- ): m1. 15 Aug 1847 GRIFFITH, Sarah; m2. c1857 Randall (CHURCH), Harriet M. s/o Samuel and Nancy (Spears) Allen; parents came to Oregon in 1852; Andrew was born 10 Jan1828 TN and died 02 Dec 1909 Milton Freewater, Umatilla Co, OR; father of three children by first wife (Nelson, Wesley Solomon and Joseph Andrew); father of five children by second wife (Sarah Bell, Lewis N., Almeda Harriet, Edwin S., John A.)

ALLEN, Artimesia (1813-1930): m'd STEWART, Robert Smith

ALLEN, Barton H. (c1826-1896): m'd 1864 KEEN, Helen M.; s/o Alfred and Sarah (Jackson) Allen; born c1826 Illinois died 21 Oct 1896 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; lived most of his time in Oregon in Linn County. There is no indication that he and his wife had children.

ALLEN, Benjamin F. (1833-1917): m'd c1854 TATE, Matilda; s/o Alfred and Sarah (Jackson) Allen; it appears that if Benjamin came to Oregon with the family in 1852 that he returned to Illinois by c1854 when he married Matilda Tate.  They remain in Illinois until sometime between the 1860 and 1870 census when the family shows up in the 1870 Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR census.By 1872 they show up in the records for Prineville, Wasco Co, OR.  By 1910 the family is living in Portland where Benjamin died 06 Nov 1917.  He was the father of seven children (Mary Etta, Margaret J., Alfred, Emma, Clara, F., and Ella E.)

ALLEN, Caroline (c1830- ): d/o Abner and Sarah (Akin) Allen; was married at time of emigration but husband's name is not known at this time

ALLEN, Dallas (1843- ): s/o William and Eliza Allen; living in Yamhill County through the 1880 census

ALLEN, Edward Jay (1830-1915):

"EdwardJay Allen was born in New York on April 27, 1830 and moved to Pittsburgh as an infant.  he grew up there, attended public schools, and studied the classics at duquesne College.  As a young man Allen suffered from a throat ailment and was advised to go west to seek a healthier climate.  He shipped his wagon and `plunder' by steamer to St. Louis in May 1852, and from there re-shipped to Council Bluffs, Iowa, purchasing six oxen along the way.  Allen left Council Bluffs on May 19, 1852, heading for Oregon.  He traveled west with 32 Ohio families.  There were 400 wagons in his train." [Northwest Trails, Winter 2009, excerpt of an article written by Dennis Larsen]    "Once he reached Oregon, Allen's subsequent letters home, printed in eastern newspapers, have recently become the subject of a book written by Larsen and another northwest history researcher, Karen Johnson. A Yankee on Puget Sound: Pioneer Dispatches of Edward Jay Allen, 1852-1855 (Pullman: Washington State University Press, 2013). The book concerns his travels and activities during a three-year stay in Washington Territory."

ALLEN, Eleanor Jane (1838- ): d/o William and Eliza Allen

ALLEN, Eliza (1818- ): m1. 16 Jun 1836 ALLEN, William; m2. 31 May 1863 LANCEFIELD, Robert James; mother of 12 children by first husband (Albert, James, Eleanor Jane, Florence, Dallas, Louisa, Isabella, Mary E., Winfield Scott, Ross, Charles Burch and Maurice); maiden name unknown at this time

ALLEN, Florence (1842- ): m'd 27 May 1858 BYERLY, Absolom; d/o William and Eliza Allen

ALLEN, Hannah (1838- ): m'd 29 Apr 1858 DONALDSON, John; d/o Abner and Sarah (Akin) Allen

ALLEN, Henry (1828-1908): m'd  14 Feb 1852 ROCKWOOD, Frances Elmira; s/o Abner and Sarah (Aiken) Allen; went to CA c1849, returned to IL in 1851 and emigrated west with family in 1852; born 06 Jun 1828 TN and died 07 Aug 1908 Silverton, Marion Co, OR; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; father of six children (Timothy Darius, Roderick D., unk,  Harvey L, Alwilda Josephineand Adelle Gertrude)

ALLEN, Ira (c1836- ): s/o Abner and Sarah (Akin) Allen; in 1860 an Ira Allen is found living in Josephine Co, OR; early newspaper records indicate that one Ira Allen, a member of Co F of the Oregon Mounted Volunteers was severely wounded in Dec 1855 during the Yakima Indian War

ALLEN, Isabella (1847- ): d/o William and Eliza Allen; shown in 1850 Lee Co, IA census with parents but does not show up in 1860 Oregon census.  She may have died prior to emigration

ALLEN, James (1821- ):

ALLEN, James (1794-1868): living alone  in 1860 Thurston Co, WA census; James was born in PA and was a farmer; living next door to him is  C.S. Allen, age 27, OH, farmer

ALLEN, James (1831- ):

ALLEN, James (1836- ): m'd POLANDER, Harriet A.; s/o William and Eliza Allen; living in Yamhill County through the 1880 census

ALLEN, Linsey ( -1852): from Jackson Co, MO; died on plains

ALLEN, Louisa (1845- ): d/o William and Eliza Allen

ALLEN, Mary E. (1846-1922): m'd 04 Mar 1866 BLACKERBY, Thomas R.; d/o Abner and Sarah (Akin) Allen; Mary was born 10 Oct 1842 in Pike Co, IL and died 27 Oct 1918 in Marion County, OR; Mary was the mother of two children (Grace and Paul)

ALLEN, Mary E. (1849- ): m'd 22 Oct 1865 COCHRAN, William C.; d/o William and Eliza Allen; resided with husband and children in Yamhill Co until 1900 when the family is found in the Latah, ID census; mother of four children (Clifton A., John E., William F. and one unnamed)

ALLEN, Nelson (1849-1925):m'd 06 Jan 1871 BETTS, Margaret Ann; s/o Andrew and Sarah (Griffith) Allen; Nelson was born 28 Oct 1849 Henry Co, IA and died 04 Apr 1925 Potlatch, Latah Co, ID; father of sixteen children including (Rosa B., Harry E., Andrew J., Ruth, Abraham O., Sarah D., George D., Nelson I.B., Lillie E., Willis M. ,Lucy P. and five unknown)

ALLEN, Sarah "Francis" (1833-1910): m'd 13 Apr 1854 COOLIDGE, Ai; d/o Abner and Sarah (Akin) Allen; born 20 Sep 1833 Pike Co, IL and died 30 Apr 1910 Silverton, Marion Co, OR; Francis was the mother of six children (F.Eva, Ai, May, Alfred, unknown, unknown)

ALLEN, Wesley Solomon (1851- ): m'd c1877 [   ], R.M.; s/o Andrew and Sarah (Griffith) Allen

ALLEN, William (1807-1862): m'd 16 Jun 1836 [   ], Eliza; William was born in PA and died c1862 probably in Yamhill Co, OR; father of 12 children  (Albert, James, Eleanor Jane, Florence, Dallas, Louisa, Isabella, Mary E., Winfield Scott, Ross, Charles Burch and Maurice)

ALLEN, William Franklin : some documents indicate he was an emigrant of 1852 but his DLC states he arrived in August 1853.  See 1853 list for further information on him.

ALLEN, William M. (1830-1905):  m'd 22 May 1858 GUILLFORD, Emeline; s/o Alfred and Sarah (Jackson) Allen; William was born 27 Jul 1830 IL; shown in 1860 Lane Co, 1870 Wasco Co and 1880 Linn County where he remained until his death 11 Jul 1905; father of four children (Araminta, Benjamin F., William A. and Lena J.)

ALLEN, Winfield Scott (1850-1927): m'd 1875 ARTHUR, Mildred: d/o William and Eliza Allen; father of two daughters (Luella and Ada); resided in Yamhill and Polk Counties; buried in Dallas Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

ALLEY, Amanda Emaline (1844-1922): m'd 03 Oct 1858 PITNEY, John; d/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley; born 10 Aug 1844 Jackson Co, MO and died 10 Dec 1922 in CA; had moved from Oregon to CA by 1858 when she married John Pitney there; mother of ten children (Louise, Martha C., Mary J., George R., Matthew, Anna, Emma Elizabeth, Sarah G.., Charles A. and Bertie A.)

ALLEY, Andrew Jackson (1813-1885): m1. 30 May 1835 PERKINS, Louise Elizabeth; m2. 11 Nov 1852 MOORE, Mary Adeline; s/o Samuel and Dicey (Glenn) Alley; born 1813 in Sumner Co, TN and died 11 Dec 1885 Middle Valley, Lake Co, CA; had Donation Land Claim in Linn County and appears on tax records through 1859; by 1860 living in Lake Co, CA; father of  at least four children by first wife (Sarah Jane, Samuel Henry, John Lemuel and Elizabeth); father of at least two children by second wife (Louisa Winnie and Andrew Jackson Jr.)

ALLEY, John Lemuel (1846-1907): m'd 1870 MCMATH, Ella Elizabeth; s/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley; born 25 Aug 1846 Jackson Co, MO and died 27 Oct 1907 CA; by 1860 was living in Lake Co, CA

ALLEY, Levi Houston (1840- ): s/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley; he may have died prior to emigration; there is a Levi Alley on the 1856 Benton County tax rolls but it would not seem to be this Levi since he would have only been 16.

ALLEY, Martha Ann Elizabeth (1849-1930): m1. MUNSON, George; m2. BUCKNELL, Henry; d/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley; born 29 Jul 1849 MO and died 18 Jan 1930; by 1860 living in Lake Co, CA

ALLEY, Mary (1824- ): m'd SOMMERS, Thomas; d/o Samuel and Dicey (Glenn) Alley; born 1824 Sumner Co, TN

ALLEY, Riley (1831- ): m'd [   ], Lucretia; s/o Samuel and Dicey (Glenn) Alley; born 1831 Sumner Co, TN; Riley came to OR in 1852 with the rest of the family and is found in the 1854 Marion County records but by 1860 he has returned to Jackson Co, MO where he is married and has a small child.  It appears he does not return west.

ALLEY, Samuel Henry (1841-1913): m'd 19 Nov 1867 GORDON, Alameda; s/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley' born 22 May 1841 Sumner Co, TN and died 04 Jul 1913 CA; by 1860 Samuel is living in Lake Co, CA

ALLEY, Sarah Jane (1838- ): m'd 30 Oct 1853 WILLIAMS, Jason L.; d/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley; born 1838 Sumner Co, TN; by 1860 Sarah is living in Lake Co, CA

ALLEY, Tyree (c1829- ): s/o Andrew and Louise (Perkins) Alley; born c1829 Sumner Co, TN and died 16 May 1881 Linn Co, OR; while the rest of the family moved on to CA it appears that Tyree remained in Oregon where he is found in the Linn Co census records.  There is no indication he ever married.

ALLINGHAM, David W. (1827-1918): m'd 26 Jun 1853 DAVIDSON, Margaret Jane; s/o George and Ruth (Warren) Allingham; born Dec 1827 KY and died 01 Jul 1918 Lane Co, OR; the Allingham family is found in the census records for Polk Co, Linn Co, Crook Co and Lane County;  David was the father of nine children (Horatio M., Ora F., Isabella D., Loren E., Otha D., Carter T., Arthur G., Dollie V. and Laura)

"ALLINGHAM, DAVID W.--Born in Kentucky in 1826, and came to Oregon twenty-six years later. Settled on Muddy Creek in Linn County, hut now resides at Silver s, Polk County. Occupation, farming. Married Margaret Davidson in 1853. Children William M., Carter T., Ora F., Arabella Lee, Loren E., Otha D., Arthur Guy, Dollie V., and Livia."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 751]

ALLISON, H. R. ( -1852): died 04 Jun 1852 on trail; appears to have been in party headed for CA

ALLISON, Hiram (1828-1905): appears that he never married; s/o William and Rebecca Allison; born May 1828 and died 15 Mar 1905 Jackson Co, OR; was a miner; in 1860 Hiram is found in CA but the remaining years of his life it appears he resided in Jackson County; census records are not consistent in his birth location but it appears he was probably born in NY

ALLISON, L. J. Mrs.:

AMBLER, John Alex (1827-aft 1885): m'd 15 Mar 1853 DOTY, Lucinda G.; s/o Clem and Caroline Ambler; born Ross Co, OH and died sometime after 1885 probably in WA; sometime around 1875  John and Lucinda are divorced; on the 1880 Thurston Co, WA census he is listed as having epilepsy;  after the divorce he remains in Washington and Lucinda returns to Linn Co, OR; father of  five children (Mary M., Elizabeth J. "Libby", Alice A., Barbara and David L.)

AMERMAN, Henry (1821-1902): s/o Simon and Anna (Vantine) Amerman; Henry emigrated in 1849; it is thought he may have returned east around 1851 when his mother died and then emigrated west again in 1852, possibly accompanied by his younger brother James.  Henry settled in Jackson county and remained there the majority of his time in Oregon.  It appears he never married.  He was born March 1821 in Huron Co, OH and died 1902 in Oregon.  Henry is buried Ashland Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson Co, OR

AMERMAN, James V. (1824-1871):  m'd [   ], Elizabeth; s/o Simon and Anna (Vantine) Amerman; James was born 06 Sep 1824 Huron Co, OH and died 1871 Jackson Co, OR;  James is found in the 1850 Huron Co, OH census but by 1860 is in Jackson Co, OR with his brother, Henry, enumerated in his household.  It is believed that he may have come to OR in 1852 with his brother.  At this time there is no proof to substantiate this theory.

(1826-1892): m1. 03 May 1859 MCDANIEL, Mahala (1842-1861); m2. 22 Apr 1874 CONSTANT, Jessie (BLEDSOE); Haskel was born 13 Jul 1826 and died 17 Dec 1892 Jackson Co, OR; He was a prominent farmer in Jackson Couny, spending most of his time in the Jacksonville area.  He is buried in the Jacksonville Cemetery, Jacksonville, Jackson Co, OR; father of 1 known child by his first wife (Francis M.) and four children by his second wife (George H., Laurie J., Gracie and infant)

ANDERSON, A. J. Mrs. (1839-1919): m'd ANDERSON, A.J.

ANDERSON, Charles Perry (1825-1905): m'd 16 Mar 1851 CAHOON, Mary Ann; lived in Washington Co, OR until just prior to 1860 census when he is found in Lewis Co, WA;  Charles was born Mar 24, 1825 KY and died  Sep 23, 1905 Lewis Co, WA; he is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery , Centralia, Lewis Co, WA; Charles was the father of nine children (John Albert, Andrew J., Charles Perry, George W., Eliza Jane, Minnie, Annie and two unknown)

ANDERSON, Enoch Perkins (1835-1908): s/o Thomas and Hannah Anderson; born 04 Sep 1835 Washington Co, Ark and died 18 Sep 1908 Douglas Co, OR

ANDERSON, Mrs. Hannah Patience (1807-188): m1. c1825 ANDERSON, Thomas J. (1803-1837); m2. 15 Jan 1837 DODSON, John; Hannah was born 04 Nov 1807 NC and died 25 Oct 1880 Douglas Co, OR; she is buried in Gillmore Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR; Hannah's maiden name is unknown at this time but is interesting to note that in the Jefferson County, TN marriage records there is a Hannah B. Moon who married Oct 5, 1824 to Thomas Anderson.  It is possible that the "B" was meant to be a "P" but it would have to be researched further. Hannah was the mother of five known children by her first husband (Thomas F., Rebecca J., Daniel Lafayette., Andrew J. and Enoch Perkins); she was the mother of five more children with her second husband (Nancy, Martha, Margaret, Lydia Ann and Samuel Houston).  It is unknown at this time which of the Anderson children came to OR in 1852.

ANDERSON, Hans (c1829- ): Hans was born in Norway and arrived in the US around Aug 1850.  He applied for a Donation Land Claim in Clatsop County where his citizenship was awarded Aug 12, 1873.  After that time he does not appear in local records

8) ANDERSON, Israel: no further information found

ANDERSON, J. C.

ANDERSON, James ( -1852): died on trail

ANDERSON, Levi (1818- ):

8) ANDERSON, Mathies:

ANDREWS, D. B.:

ANDREWS, John (1822- ):

ANDREWS, Josiah ( -1852): died on trail

ANDREWS, Sarah Jane: m'd 1846 ANDREWS, William J.; buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Sheridan, Yamhill Co, OR

ANDREWS, William J. (1818- ): m'd 1846 [   ] , Sarah Jane; buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Sheridan, Yamhill Co, OR

4)ANGELL, Fred: s/o Thomas Angell

4)ANGELL, Homer: s/o Thomas Angell

4)ANGELL, Infant: c/o Thomas Angell

4)ANGELL, Oscar: s/o Thomas Angell

4)ANGELL, Sarah Margaret (1851- ): m'd 1872 CAMPBELL, William Ellis; d/o Thomas and Susan Pinney (Yeomans) Angell

4) ANGELL, Thomas (1810 -1888): m1. 1842 YEOMAN, Tirzah Ann; m2. 1846 YEOMAN, Susan Pinney; buried Dufur, OR

ANKENY, Henry E. ( - 1906):

ANKRIM, W. J.:

ANTON, W. W. (1831- ):

APPLEGATE, John Pound: m'd TODD, Mary Ellen; s/o Squire Hammond Applegate

APPLEGATE, Squire Hammond:

ARANT, Jesse T. (1823-1895): m'd 1844 [   ], Mary J.; buried Melrose Cemetery, Melrose, Douglas Co, OR

ARANT, Mary J. (1828-1902): m'd 1844 ARANT, Jesse T.; maiden name unknown at this time

ARCO, Gustav A. (1825-1868):

ARMENTROUT, Mary E. (1833- ):

ARMSTRONG, Abner Enyart (1833-1914): s/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong; buried Roseburg Veterans Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR

ARMSTRONG, Andrew Jackson (1798-1852): m'd 1819 ROBERTS, Mary Ann; left IL on April 1, 1852 with his family; arrived in Sep and settled on Sauvie Island; died a month after they arrived and is buried in the old McQuinn Cemetery on Sauvie Island

ARMSTRONG, Daniel Boone (1835- ): m'd 1855 BONSER, Elizabeth Halstead; s/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

ARMSTRONG, E. Thompson: m'd 1852 ORR, Isabella

ARMSTRONG, John ( -1852): m'd [   ], Mary Jane; died on trail of mountain fever

ARMSTRONG, Joshua Lewis (c1842- ): s/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

ARMSTRONG, J. M. (1827- ):

14) ARMSTRONG, Margaret: m'd STOWELL, John; John and Margaret Stowell traveled with Adams party, left and later rejoined company

ARMSTRONG, Marquis DeLafayette (1831- ): m'd 1853 BONSER, Martha Jane; s/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

ARMSTRONG, Marticia C. (1838- ): d/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

ARMSTONG, Martin:

ARMSTRONG, Mary Jane: m'd ARMSTRONG, John; died on trail of cholera; maiden name unknown at this time

ARMSTRONG, Mary Jane (1840- ): m'd 1853 LAMBERSON, Samuel; d/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

ARMSTRONG, Naomi Aurilia (1849- ): m'd 1865 MUSGROVE, William Henry; d/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

ARMSTRONG, Robert C. (1827- ):

ARMSTRONG, Sarah Marian (1844- ): m'd MERRICK, Mr.; d/o Andrew and Mary (Roberts) Armstrong

  
ARNOLD, Emily F. (1837- ): d/o Isaac and Sarah (Brown) Arnold

ARNOLD, Green (1818-1893): Never married; emigrated to California in 1850, returned east and emigrated to Oregon in 1852; buried Grandview Cemetery, LaGrande, Union Co, OR

ARNOLD, Hesta (1839- ): d/o Isaac and Sarah (Brown) Arnold

ARNOLD, Isaac (1812 -1887 ): m1. 1828 [   ], Celia; m2. 1835 BROWN, Sarah; m3. 1849 HANNA, Priscilla Ann; father of 21 children (m1. 1 child); (m2.(5 children); (m3. 15 children); twins born on trail, dau died and is buried where the Snake River and Willow Creek join; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn Co, OR

ARNOLD, John C. (1842- ): s/o Isaac and Sarah (Brown) Arnold

ARNOLD, Mary A. (1845- ): d/o Isaac and Sarah (Brown) Arnold

ARNOLD, Priscilla: m'd 1849 ARNOLD, Isaac

ARNOLD, R. ( -1852): died on trail; d/o Isaac and Priscilla (Hanna) Arnold

ARNOLD, Twins (1852- ): born on trail; children of Isaac and Priscilla (Hanna) Arnold

ARNOLD, William Elliott (1850-1931): m'd [   ], Sarah; s/o Isaac and Priscilla (Hanna) Arnold; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn Co, OR

ARNST, Andrew J. (1798- ):

ARNST, John M. ( -1904):

ARNST, J. L. (1840-1910):

ARNST, Mary A.: m'd ARNST, Robert

ARUNDELL, Thomas (1820- ): m'd 1841 [   ], Jane

ARUNDELL, Jane: m'd 1841 ARUNDELL, Thomas

ASHMEAD, Annie ( -1916): m'd BRECK, John M.; husband was the 13th mayor of Portland, OR

ATHEY, Benjamin (1832-1908):  arr Jun/Jul 1852; may have come up from CA or by ship; buried Robert Bird Cemetery, Stafford, Clackamas Co, OR

ATHEY, Walter W. (1829- ): arr Jun/Jul 1852; may have come up from CA or by ship


ATTERBURY, Greene Rufus Pinckney (1827-1899): m'd 1851 AGEE, Mary Emmaline; s/o Greenberry and Elizabeth (Butler) Atterbury; settled in Yamhill Co; later moved to Douglas Co; buried Oak Creek Cemetery, Glide, Douglas Co, OR

ATTERBURY, Josiah (1830- ):

ATWELL, Robert G. (1821- ): m'd 1853 WILLIAMS, Mary Jane

AUSTIN, Edward W. (1823-1883):

AUSTIN, Russell D.:

AUSTIN, Susan: m'd 1832 GRUBBS, John

AVERILL, Albert Washington (1849-1854): s/o Henry and Hulda (Warren) Averill; born 05 Feb 1849 in McComb, Mercer, IL; died 07 May 1854 in Albany, Linn, OR; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

AVERILL, Alfred Alexander (1845-1910): m'd 11 Jul 1876 BELIEU, Sarah Elles; s/o Henry and Hulda (Warren) Averill; born 01 Sep 1845 in McComb,  Mercer Co, IL; died 30 Sep 1910 in Brownsville, Linn, OR; children of Alfred and Sarah are: (Charles Virgil, Lenora Henriette, Owen , Harriet Ethel and Annie Elizabeth)

AVERILL, Henry James Cropsy (1809- ): m1. 10 Sep 1840 WARREN, Hulda Ann; m2. JACK, Mrs. Sarah (Liggett) Belieu (1816-1894); s/o Philo and Rebecca (Rice) Averill; born 20 Jul 1809 Stillwater, Saratoga Co, NY and died 21 Oct 1897 Brownsville, Linn Co, OR; children of Henry and Hulda are (James Wiley, William Henry Harrison , Alfred Alexander,            Charles Baker, Albert Washington, Harrietta Isabella, Henrietta Willametta,              Joseph Pearne and   James Wilbur); the only child of Henry and Sarah is (Arminta Olive)

"AVERILL, H. J. C.--Is a surveyor and farmer, and lives in Brownsville, Linn County; has served fourteen years as county surveyor, and for eight years has been justice of the peace, still continuing to hold that office. He was born in 1809; married his first wife, Miss Hulda Warren, in 1840; she died in 1859. His second wife's previous name was Mrs. Sarah Jack. His children are William H., Alfred A., Joseph P., Henrietta W., and Ollie."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 751]

AVERILL, James Wiley (1841-1856) s/o Henry and Hulda (Warren) Averill; born 06 Sep 1841 in McComb, McDonough, IL; died 02 Mar 1855 in Albany, Linn, OR; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

AVERILL, William Henry Harrison (1843-1924): m'd 02 Jun 1867 MOSS, Mary Gennett; m2. 01 May 1892 ROBISON, Martha Jane; s/o Henry and Hulda (Warren) Averill; born 18 Sep1843 in McComb, McDonough, IL; died 27 Dec 1924 in Corvallis, Benton, OR;  children of William Averill and Mary Moss are (Euphemia Ann, James Steven Alexander, Laurena Alice, Edgar Frances, Henry Cleveland, Harrison Moss, Almira Henrietta); children of William Averill and Martha Robison are: (William Samuel, Warren Lamson, Linn O. and Martha Lucina)

AYERS, Elizabeth: m'd c.1846 AYERS, Nathaniel

AYERS, Louisa H.: m'd 1838 AYERS, William S.; maiden name unknown at this time

AYERS, Nathaniel (1825- ): m'd c1846 [   ], Elizabeth

AYERS, Rachel Mrs. (1841-1924): m1. 1854 POST, John C.; m2. 1863 APPLEGATE, Nathan; m3. m'd 1888 AYERS, L.D.; may be emigrant of 1851

AYERS, William S. (1813- ): m'd 1838 [    ], Louisa H.

BABCOCK, Avery D. (1818- ):

BABCOCK, Richard (1805- ): m'd 1826 [   ], Sarah W.

BABCOCK, Sarah W.: m'd 1826 BABCOCK, Richard

BABER, Sarah (1832-1914): m'd BABER, W.H.

BABER, W. H.: m'd [   ], Sarah

BADLEY, Almeda: m'd 1850 BADLEY, James

BADLEY, James (1829- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Almeda

BAGBY, John:

BAGBY, Robert W. ( -1927): prospector and miner; lived between Molalla and Wilhoit; Bagby Hot Springs were named for him

BAGBY, William (1823- ): m'd 1848 MCAULEY, Harriet

BAILE, Emily (1830- ): m'd 1848 ALEXANDER, John B.

BAGLEY, Clarence Booth (1843-1932): s/o Daniel and Susannah (Whipple) Bagley

(1818-1905): m'd WHIPPLE, Susannah; Methodist minister, traveled with Bethel party

BAGLEY, Harriet Mrs. (1830-1921): m'd BAGLEY, William; maiden name unknown at this time

BAGLEY, William (1831-1903): m'd [   ], Harriet

BAGLEY, William R. ( -1902):


BAILEY, Ambrose (1837-1903): m'd 1868 HADAWAY, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Fields) Bailey

BAILEY, Charles P. (1850-1918): m'd STEPHENS, Mary; s/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Fields) Bailey

BAILEY, Eliza ( -1852): m'd SOVERNS, Jesse; died as the result of an accident shortly after reaching Portland

BAILEY, Emily (1830-1909): m'd 14 Nov 1848 ALEXANDER, John B.; Emily was born in Essex Co, Mass and died 14 Oct 1909 in Linn Co, OR; she was the mother of (Edwin Charles, William Henry, Frank Ross, Emma and George L.)

BAILEY, Luton (1839- ): s/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Fields) Bailey

BAILEY, Mary E. (1848-1932): d/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Fields) Bailey; died Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR

BAILEY, Stephen S. (1846-1925): s/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Fields) Bailey; died Seattle, WA

BAILEY, Thomas (1812-1866): m'd 1835 FIELDS, Mary Ann; settled at north end of Boones Ferry in old Wilsonville; family started with six children, one died on the way

BAIN, C. H. (1851- ): s/o Daniel and Pherna Bain

BAIN, Daniel (1816-1853): m'd [   ], Pherna

BAIN, Nathaniel (1848- ): s/o Daniel and Pherna Bain

BAIN, Pherna (1830-1913): m1. BAIN, Daniel; m2. STRONG, Elijah; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BAKER, Alcha Katherine (1825-1913): m'd 1845 SHAW, James; settled with husband near present day Milton-Freewater and is buried in Ford Cemetery there

BAKER, Christopher (1826- ):

BAKER, Charity (1828-1927): m'd BAKER, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

BAKER, Eliza (1850- ): d/o Endymion and Sarah Baker

BAKER, Eliza Jane: m'd 1849 CLARK, Alexander Carroll; settled with husband at the mouth of the Cowlitz River; mother of three sons and one daughter

BAKER, Elizabeth: m'd 1852 BAKER, Ransom P.; maiden name unknown at this time

BAKER, Endymion (1811- ): m'd [   ], Sarah

BAKER, George W. (1833- ):

BAKER, Margaret: m'd 1848 BLEDSOE, Smith; husbands DLC says they arrived in 1852, descendant say they arrived in 1854

BAKER, Mary A. (1833- ): m'd BAKER, [   ], maiden name unknown at this time

BAKER, Nancy: m'd 1846 BAKER, Christopher; maiden name unknown at this time

8) BAKER, Napoleon (1814-1876): not much is known of Napoleon Baker, appears to have been born 1814 NY and died 1876 Jackson Co, OR; appears in 1860 Jackson Co census as miner and again in 1870 census as farmer; no family mentioned.

BAKER, Ransom P. (1823- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Elizabeth

BAKER, Sarah: m'd BAKER, Endymion; maiden name unknown at this time

BAKER, Sorenza (1846- ): d/o Endymion and Sarah Baker

BAKER, Susan (1822-1907):

BAKER, Tennessee (1845-1919): m'd BONNEY, [   ]

BALDEN, John (1815- ): m'd 1839 , Elizabeth

BALDWIN, A.J. (1832-1903):

BALDWIN, Holly Capt.: captain of train of 26 men

BALL, David (1804- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Susan

BALL, George (1832-1852): died on plains 17 May 1852 of measles

BALL, Isaac (1827-1914): m'd 1856 ROBBINS, Margaret E.; born 14 Feb 1827 IL, d. 19 Feb 1914; Operated McLaughlin's ferry at Oregon City in 1853-  married Margaret Robbins (daughter of Dr. Nathaniel Robbins) 08 Jun 1856 in Washington Co

BALL, Larkin: m'd 1861 ROBBINS, Nancy Adeline; brother of Isaac

BALL, Susan: m'd 1847 BALL, David; maiden name unknown at this time

BALLARD, David W. (1824- ): m'd 1848 ROOKER, Jane; David Ballard settled in Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon where he set up a medical practice. In 1859 he was elected to the Oregon state senate. In April 1866 President Andrew Johnson appointed Ballard as the third governor of Idaho Territory. 

"BALLARD, DAVID W., M.D.--Born in Bridgeport, Indiana, February 2, 1824; in 1852 arrived in Oregon and settled at Lebanon, and engaged in the practice of medicine. He married Jane E. Rooker, in June, 1 849, and their children's names are Lonnor, Oscar, Florence, Carrie, Frank, Maud, and Ora."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 751]

BALLARD, W.G.:

BALLINGER, Katurah ( -1852): m'd ABBOTT, John Vance; died near site of present Baker City

BAMFORD, M. J. (1827- ): fought in Yakima War

BANKS, Elizabeth Rose ( - ): m'd DOGGETT, James Simms; sister of Thomas and Lebbeus Banks

BANKS, Hilkiah Thomas (1823- ): m1. 10 Sep 1845 Benton Co, Ark to  HUBBARD, Rebecca (1825-1849); m2. SHERROD, Martha Jane; Hilkiah was b. 18 May 1823 in Lauderdale, AL, the s/o Thomas and Susannah (Jarver) Banks; had daughter Angeline Elizabeth Banks who was child of first marriage.  She was born 12 Jan 1847 in Benton, Ark and died two months later on 22 Mar 1847.  First wife died giving birth to Rebecca Emoline Banks.

BANKS, James Simms (1848-1907): s /o Hilkiah and Rebecca (Hubbard) Banks; born 11 Mar 1848 Washington, Ark and died 26 Mar 1907 in Athena, Umatilla Co, OR

BANKS, Lebbeus Irwin ( - ): m'd HURLBURT, Mary; brother of  Thomas and Elizabeth Banks

BANKS, Naomi Catherine (1851- ): d /o Hilkiah and Martha (Sherrod) Banks

BANKS, Rebecca Emoline (1849-1904):  d/o Hilkiah and Rebecca (Hubbard) Banks; born 25 Oct 1849 Washington, Ark and died 1904 Central Point, OR

BANKS, Thomas Baxter ( -1852): m'd JARVIS, Susannah Rose; died on trail Sep 1852

BANZER, Sarah (1849- ): m'd BANZER, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

BARBER, Benjamin:

BARBER, Charles C.:

BARBER, George (1815- ): m'd [   ], Sophronia Ann

BARBER, Sophronia Ann: m'd 1848 BARBER, George

BARBER, George:


BARBRE, Thomas: m'd 1853 HUNSAKER, Margaret; settled in Lane Co; was the father of 9 children including Irvin, Minnie (Voegli), Lurilla (Hanna), Alma (Handsaker), Clyde,  unnamed (Jinks), Earl

BARKDULL, John L. (1824- ):

BARKER, Isabelle (1847- ): m'd HUDSON, [   ]

BARKER, Jesse Noland (1826-1905): m1. 1849 GILMORE, Mary Jane; m2. SMITH, Mary V.

BARKER, John Murphy (1826- ): m'd GILMORE, Margaret P.;

BARKER, Mary: m'd CHAPMAN, [   ]

BARKER, Rosetta

BARKHURST, Mary Jane ( -1907): m'd 1846 MAGERS, William B. Dr.; mother of 13 children

BARLOW, Benjamin (1840-1920): died Centralia, WA

BARMORE, Sarah Louisa(1829-1910): m'd 27 Feb 1851 PAYNE, D. Montgomery; born 24 Nov 1829 in Vigo County, IN; mother of five children; 1852 settled near Camas, WA; c1854 moved to Eugene, Lane Co, OR where they remained for about eleven years and then moved back to Grass Valley near Camas. WA

BARNARD, Guilford (1825-1904): m'd 1849 WIGLE, Catherine

BARNARD, James (1829- ):

BARNARD, Landa W. ( -1852): c/o Guilford and Catherine (Wigle) Barnard; died on trail of cholera

27) BARNES, Absalom (L) (c1827-1852), m�d 1848 Bethiah Emmeline Robbins, died of cholera in Nebraska

8) BARNES, Adam (1820- ): m'd SPRAY, Lucinda; father of 5 known children (Noah, Michael, Mary Jane, Caroline and Hannah); not much is known about the Adam Barnes family.  They appear in Yamhill County in 1854 and by the 1860 census are in Linn County.  At that point they appear to have left the area.

BARNES, Ada M. (1817- ):

BARNES, E. W. ( - ): m'd ,

BARNES, Emeline: m'd BARNES, Nathaniel N.; maiden name unknown at this time

BARNES, Hannah (1849- ): d/o Adam and Lucinda (Spray) Barnes; not much is known about the Adam Barnes family.  They appear in Yamhill County in 1854 and by the 1860 census are in Linn County.  At that point they appear to have left the area.

BARNES, James (1819- ):

BARNES, John (1816- ):

BARNES, Mary Jane (1843-1906): m'd SNOOK, Charles; d/o Adam and Lucinda (Spray) Barnes; born May 1843 IA and died 27 Apr 1906 Farmington, NM; husband died in Edwards Co, KS in 1909; parents of 12 children (Margaret Lucinda, William, Mariah Caroline, George Washington, Francis Marion, Elizabeth Ellen, Mary Alverta, Ida Isabell, Clara May, Esther Lavina, Nellie Jane and Thomas James); not much is known about the Adam Barnes family.  They appear in Yamhill County in 1854 and by the 1860 census are in Linn County.  At that point they appear to have left the area.

BARNES, Michael (1840- ): s/o Adam and Lucinda (Spray) Barnes; not much is known about the Adam Barnes family.  They appear in Yamhill County in 1854 and by the 1860 census are in Linn County.  At that point they appear to have left the area.

BARNES, Nancy (1832-1915): m'd 1851 GILMORE, James P.; settled in Douglas Co near present day Roseburg; mother of 13 children; in 1885 moved with family to Crofton Prairie in Washington Territory; buried in Goldendale Cemetery, Goldendale, WA

BARNES, Nathaniel Jr.:

BARNES, Nathaniel (1848-1886) s/o Absalom and Bethiah Emmeline (Robbins) Barnes

BARNES, Nathaniel N. ( -1852): m'd  [   ], Emeline; died on trail

BARNES, Noah (1838- ): s/o Adam and Lucinda (Spray) Barnesnot much is known about the Adam Barnes family.  They appear in Yamhill County in 1854 and by the 1860 census are in Linn County.  At that point they appear to have left the area.

BARNES, Sarah Ann: m'd BARNES, William T.; maiden name unknown at this time

BARNES, Sarah (1836-1925): m'd GOODRICH, [   ]

27) BARNES, William (1850-1867) s/o Absalom and Bethiah Emmeline (Robbins) Barnes

BARNES, William T. (1829- ): m'd [   ], Sarah Ann

BARNES, William Z.:

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BARNETT, Barbara Ellen ( - ):  

BARNETT, John Ephriam ( - ):  

BARNETT, Martha Ann ( - ):  

BARNEY, Mary J. Mrs. ( -1912): m'd BARNEY, [   ]

BARR, John M.:

BARR, Mary Jane R.: m'd BARR, William John; maiden name unknown at this time

: m'd 1849 WATERMAN, Margaret Jane

BARR, William John (1817- ): m'd [   ], Mary Jane R.

BARRELL, W. C.:

BARRETT, Cornelius W.:

BARRETT, John (1796- ): m'd MURRAY, Margaret

BARRETT, Thomas ( - ):

14) BARTLETT, Catherine J. (1828-1925): m'd 1848 ADAMS, Calvin Henry.  "Mrs. Catherine J. Adams--Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine J. Adams, known as the "Queen Mother of Oregon" for the past five years because she was the oldest member of the Pioneer association, will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the Hillsboro Congregational church. Rev. Evra Maurer, pastor of the Evangelical church of Tigard, will have charge of the services. Interment will be in the Masonic cemetery at Hillsboro. Mrs. Adams died Tuesday at the home of her son, William Adams of Hillsboro. She was 97 years of age and came across the plains to Oregon from Illinois in 1852." [Oregonian, Portland, Oregon September 3, 1925 p.22]

BARTON, J. M. (1829- ):

BARTON, John (1833- ):

BARZEN, Peter (1823- ):

BASHAM, Mary:

( 1827-1914): m'd 27 Nov 1847 HATHAWAY, Jeremiah Smith; d/o Dennis and Isabel (Bronson) Bates; born 07 Mary 1827 Norton, Summit Co, OH and died 20 Dec 1914 Vancouver, Clark Co, WA; motherof 9 children (Jeeremiah Nadah, Hiel Bronson, Abigail Maria, Emma Jane, Orrin B., Amos Nathan, Alpha Beebe, Alfred Omega and Mary Euretta)

BATES, Tyler (1824- ):

BAUNCH, S. (c1830- ):

BAUGHMAN, Daniel C. (1842- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth Baughman

BAUGHMAN, Elizabeth (1813- ): m'd 1837 BAUGHMAN, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

BAUGHMAN, Samuel (1814- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Elizabeth

BAUGHMAN, William H. (1847- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth Baughman

BAXTER, Benjamin (1838- ):

BAXTER, William (1811-1852 ): m'd 1833 TOMPKINS , Elizabeth; died on trail

BEACH, Demas (c1811- ):

BEACH, Demas Mrs. ( -1852): died on trail 27 Jul 1852?

BEACH, Edward:

BEACHEL, Catherine: m'd BEACHEL, David; maiden name unknown at this time

BEACHEL, David (1809- ): m'd [   ], Catherine

BEACHEL, William (1832- ):

BEAL, Esther Typper:

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BEALL, Robert Vinton (1831- ): m'd RIDDLE, Ann Maria "Molly"; settled Douglas Co;brother of Thomas F. Beall

BEALL, Thomas Fletcher (1827- ): m'd 1859 HALL, Ann; settled Douglas Co; brother of Robert V. Beall; emigrated with mule teams; settled in the Rogue River Valley at Central Point; was packer between Jacksonville and Scottsburg in 1853-1856; stock raiser and farmer; he and his brother the largest wheat growers in Jackson County at that time, jointly owning 2548 acres; father of (Benjamin, Asbury, Clara, Carrie, Thomas, Lee, Tyson and Lucinda)

BEALL, Tolbert V. (1828- ):

BEAMIS, George (1834- ): m1. 1871 WILLIAMSON, May; m2. 1884 HARVEY, Oni

BEARD, John (1811 - ): m'd c1838 [   ], Mary

BEARD, Mary: m'd c1838 BEARD, John; maiden name unknown at this time

BEARD, S.P.

BEATTY, John (1826- ):

BEAUCHAMP, Mary J.: m'd 1847 BEAUCHAMP, Tilden

BEAUCHAMP, Tilden: m'd 1847 [   ], Mary J.

BEAUMONT, Susan: m'd 1831 MORGAN, James P.

BECK, W. G. (1849- ):

BECK, William Mrs. (1829-1917): m'd BECK, William


BECKNER, John B. (1820- ): m'd 1845 STANTON, Rosetta

BECKNER, William (1848- ): s/o John and Rosetta (Stanton) Beckner

BECKWITH, Marvin T. (1833- ):

BECKWITH, Sidney H. (1831- ):

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BEDWELL, Henry Franklin (1842- ): m'd 1864 PERKINS, Elizabeth Anne "Lizzie"; s/o Elisha and Sarah Ann (Davis) Bedwell; came west with his grandparents in 1852; his parents had emigrated in 1847

BEDWELL, Mary J.: d/o William and Sarah (John) Bedwell

BEDWELL, William K.: m1. JOHN, Sarah; m2. ORRILL, Elizabeth; s/o Isaac and Charity Bedwell


BEELER, Almira (c1844 -1933): m'd POMEROY, [   ]
BEELER, Anna; m'd POWELL, Joab

BEELER, children: 10 of 17 children of John and Ann (Powell) Beeler

BEELER, John: m'd POWELL, Jane

BEELER, Peter W. (1833- ): m'd BERKELEY, Martha

BEELER, Rebecca: m'd Watkinson, Robert; d/o John and Ann (Powell) Beeler

BEESON, Sarah Jane (1852-1922): m'd LARSON, [   ]; born on the plains

BEEZLEY, Joseph (1819- ): m'd REEVES, Phoebe; father of 14 children; traveled with Moores Party; settled Umatilla, Wasco and Benton County, Oregon

BELGER, John (1831-1877):

BELCHER, Thomas C.:

BELKNAP, Electa (1820-1863): m'd 01 Jan 1838 HOWELL, Stephen; d/o Jonas Newton Belknap Jr and Mary Ann Garlinghouse

BELL, Elizabeth: m'd 1840 GRUBBS, Samuel

BELL, G. W. Mrs. (1821-1920):

BELL, Isaac:

BELL, Laura: m'd GRAY, [   ]

BELL, Matthew:

BELL, Rebecca (1843- ): m'd HOPE, Joseph H. P.

BELL, Samuel (1818- ):

BELLINGER, Mrs. Margery Serena ( -1907): m'd BELLINGER, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

16) BENEFIEL, Albert Gatalin (1851-1881): s/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 01 Jan 1851 Louisa Co, IA and died 01 Apr 1881; by 1870 living in California

16) BENEFIEL, Bennett Wiley (1850- ): s/o John and Mary (Darmer) Benefiel

16) BENEFIEL, Elizabeth Frances (1839-1908): m'd 28 Jul 1856 PARSONS, Hiram; d/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 09 Apr 1839 Louisa Co, IA and died 21 Dec 1908 Washington Co, OR; mother of five children (Eliza Jane , Ellen; Minnie L.; William L, Clarissa G. (1874- )

16) BENEFIEL, Florence: d/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel

16) BENEFIEL, Francis Marion (1845-1888): m'd HENDERSON, Myrtle; s/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 30 Oct 1845 Putnam Co, IN; died 1888

16) BENEFIEL, George Washington (1846-c1902): s/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 14 Nov 1846 Louisa Co, IA and died c1902

16) BENEFIEL, James Irvin (1835-1920): s/o John and Mary (Darmer) Benefiel

16) BENEFIEL, Jesse (1818-1902): m'd 04 May 1838 MONTGOMERY, Lydia; s/o Robert and Mary (Montgomery) Benefiel; born Mar 20, 1818 Wayne Co, IN; settled in Jackson Co for a time but by 1870 is found living in California where he remained until his death May 18, 1902 in San Luis Obispo Co, CA; father of  eight children (Elizabeth Frances, Mary A., Sidonah Jane, Francis Marion, George Washington, Thomas, Albert Gatalin and William Louis)

16) BENEFIEL, John Wesley (1817- ): m1. DARMER, Mary Louisa; s/o Robert and Mary (Montgomery) Benefiel; first wife died on trail; m2. 1852 WEST Carnes, Leacy Ann

16) BENEFIEL, Lydia Amanda: m'd c1838 BENEFIEL, Jesse; maiden name unknown at this time

16) BENEFIEL, Mary A. (1841-1881): m'd 16 Jul 1857 PARSONS, Allison (divorced 1861); d/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 24 Jan 1841 Louisa Co, IL and died 20 Nov 1881

16) BENEFIEL, Mary E.: d/o John and Mary (Darmer) Benefiel

16) BENEFIEL, Sidonah Jane (1843-1912): m'd 22 Jun 1858 KINGERY, Samuel; d/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 28 Jan 1843 Louisa Co, IA and died 07 Jun 1912 San Luis Obispo Co, CA; mother of two children (Luis J. and Lydia)

16) BENEFIEL, Thomas (1848-1853): s/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel; born 12 Oct 1848 Louisa Co, IA and died 16 Jul 1853 OR

16) BENEFIEL, William Harrison (1847-1919): s/o John and Mary (Darmer) Benefiel

16) BENEFIEL, William Louis (1852-1926): s/o Jesse and Lydia (Montgomery) Benefiel

BENEFIELD, Nancy Jane: m'd 1849 MENEFEE, William R.

BENJAMIN, Elmira ( -1917): m'd 1839 BENJAMIN, Richard; maiden name unknown at this time

BENJAMIN, Richard (1819- ): m'd 1839 [   ], Elmira

16) BENNETT, Dolly Agnes (c1850-1921): m'd 04 Oct 1880 LEARY, William; d/o Thomas and Phoebe (Creswell) Bennett; born c1850 IL and died 21 Mar 1921 McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR; buried South Yamhill Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR; mother of one son that died in infancy

BENNETT, George W. (c1810- ): m'd 1828 [   ], Levina

BENNETT, James R. (1827- ): m'd 1859 SCHOLL, Sarah H.: s/o George and Levina Bennett

16) BENNETT, John (1852- ): m'd 28 Jul 1874 GARRISON, Minnesota Hull; s/o Thomas and Phoebe (Creswell) Bennett; born 07 Oct 1852 shortly after arrival in Oregon and died 17 Oct 1906 McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR; buried South Yamhill Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR; father of two children (Winifred Gertrude and Lloyd Abraham); name was later spelled as Bennette

BENNETT, Levina: m'd 1828 BENNETT, George W.; maiden name unknown at this time

16) BENNETT, Mary Elizabeth (Lizzy) (c1851- ): d/o Thomas and Phoebe (Creswell) Bennett

BENNETT, Minerva (1830-1907): m'd 28 Aug 1848 PAYNE, Almon; d/o Andrew and Catherine (Osborn) Bennett; mother of 5 children (Juliana, Mary Caroline, Rufus M., Harriet and Minerva Jane);

16) BENNETT, Thomas m'd 31 Aug 1848 CRESWELL, Phoebe; born 23 Mar 1806 in Derbyshire, England and died on Oregon Trail 30 Jun 1852; father of three children (Dolly Agnes, Mary Elizabeth and John).

BENTLEY, W. J.:

BERG, John (c1821- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Margaret S.

BERG, Margaret S.: m'd 1852 BERG, John; maiden name unknown at this time

BERGEN, Samuel R. (1826- ):


BERRY, Elizabeth Frances (1842-1926): m'd 1858 FRYREAR, John Burr; d/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry; husband was emigrant of 1853; both are buried at Camp Polk Cemetery, Sisters, OR

BERRY, Evelyn (1824-1881): m1. 1842 MILLER, C.C.; m2. 1861 CUSICK, Robert George; d/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, Francis (1792-1880): m'd 1823 MAHAN, Pamela

BERRY, Harriet (1844- ): m'd 1865 HENNESS, Isaac Newton; d/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, James Monroe (1838-1925): m'd 1872 GARDNER, Sarah Ann; s/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, John Preston (1829- ): m'd MCCROSKY, Marcia Frances; s/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, Josephine Amanda (1846-1906): m'd 1865 MCLANE, Samuel Marcus "Mark"; d/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, Leander (1825-1881): s/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, Martha A.:

BERRY, Sarah (1831-1852): m'd IRVINE, Robert Armington; d/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BERRY, William Marshall Owen (1848- ): m'd 1874 BRANNAN, Mary Ann; s/o Francis and Pamelia (Mahan) Berry

BESSER, Luzerne (1833- ): m'd 1852 LAKE, Sarah

"BESSER, LUZERNE--Born in Buffalo. New York, in October, 1833, but was "raised" in Illinois. Married Miss Sarah Lake in 1852, and came to Oregon the same year, locating in Portland. Owned and conducted various saw mills in the early years, with various degrees of success. Held a municipal office in 1868; became chief of the police of Portland in 1879.[History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 752]

BETCHER, Henry:

BETTS, Paul ( - ): m'd ,

BEVANS, Pro: Mentioned in Samuel Woodruff Diary.

BEVENS, Joisy A. (1843-1926): m'd SIMPSON, [   ]

BEVENS, Mary Ellen Mrs. (1847-1924): m'd BEVENS, Thomas B.; maiden name unknown at this time

BIDDLE, Arthur Platte (1852- ): s/o Benjamin and Maria Biddle, born on trail at Ash Hollow

BIDDLE, Benjamin "Robert" ( - ): m'd 1834 EVANS, Maria; eloped in 1834 with Maria Evans; tailor; friend of Abraham Lincoln; formed a company with John Weber and three other men to ship supplies to miners in CA during the gold rush; set out for CA in spring of 1849; set up business near what later became Shasta and prospered; Benjamin missed his family so sold out with the intention of returning east.  He stopped in OR on way home to visit his sister, Harriet.  After arriving home he convinced his family to emigrate to OR; they traveled in the Biddle-Cardwell train; settled in Benton Co upon arrival in Oregon; youngest daughter, Alice was one of first three graduates of Oregon State University in 1870.

BIDDLE, Edwin W. (1849- ): s/o Benjamin and Maria Biddle

BIDDLE, Mary Ann: m'd CARDWELL, William L.

BIDDLE, Matilda (1846- ): d/o Benjamin and Maria Biddle

BIDDLE, Sarah Emma (1842- ): d/o Benjamin and Maria Biddle

BIGHAM, James W. (1810- ): m'd 1840 EVANS, Martha

BIGHAM, Samuel B. ( -1852): died on plains

BIGHAM, Susan Ann ( -1852): died on plains

BIGHAM, William (1831- ):

BIGSBY, Sol ( -1852):

BILES, Mrs. J.D. (1841-1916): m'd BILES, J.D.; maiden name unknown at this time

BILLS, Cincinatti (1825- ):


BILYEU, Andrew Jackson (1830-1896): m'd 1844 BILYEU, Susannah; wife was first cousin; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

"BILYEU, ANDREW J.--Born in Sangamon County, Illinois, February 7, 1830. Present residence, Scio, Linri County; occupation, farming. Married Sarah A. Terry and their children are Martecia, William, E. A., Aurena, Joseph L., Lucetta, Hugh, Frederick, and Flo, now living." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 752]

BILYEU, Child (1852-1918):

BILYEU, Children: 5 c/o George and Hester (Reed) Bilyeu

BILYEU, George Washington (1820-1898): m'd 1839 REED, Hester Jane; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Hubbard W. (1825-1908): m'd 1850 WORTHIN, Mary Ann; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, J. A. (1851- ): m'd 1875 TERRY, A. J.

"BILYEU, J. A.--Born in Missouri in 1851 and was brought to Oregon the next year. Settled in Linn County, and was a farmer for some time, then a stock raiser in Washington Territory. In 1884 he purchased the Scio hotel and livery stable and now conducts both. Married Miss A. J. Terry on December 31, 1875. Their children are C. C., Ivy Maud, Annie Pearl, and Nellie E."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 752]

BILYEU, John Martin (1822-1903): m'd 1844 WASSON, Hannah J.; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Julia Ann (1826-1904): m'd 1845 KINDER, William; d/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Lucinda (1828-1904): m'd 1847 BRYANT, John; d/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Martin Van Buren (1839-1911): m'd 1862 MASSEY, Rebecca Ellen; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Nancy (1819-1901): m'd 1838 SMATHERS, John; d/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Peter (1837-1901): m'd 1859 BRENNER, Elizabeth; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

"BILYEU, PETER--Is a farmer, and lives in Scio, Linn County; was born in Miller County, Missouri, August 5, 1837; came overland to Oregon. Married Elizabeth Brennan in 1859, and their children are Nancy C., James M., Evert, Laura, and Brennan."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 752]

BILYEU, Rhoda (1835-1913): m'd 1853 THOMAS, George B.; d/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, William (1795-1879): m'd 1816 COKER, Dianna; bur Bilyeu Den Cemetery, Scio, Linn Co, OR

BILYEU, William Henry (1840-1920): m'd 1865 DENNIS, Martha Margaret; s/o George and Hester (Reed) Bilyeu

BILYEU, William Jr. (1832-1907): m'd 1858 TURNER, Sarah Catherine; s/o William and Dianna (Coker) Bilyeu

"BILYEU, WILLIAM--Is a farmer by occupation, and resides at Scio, Linn County.  Born in Tennessee, January 15, 1832; came overland to Oregon.  Married Sarah C. Turner, and their children are John R,, Sarah D., William Mack, Jacob T., Rose J., Elizabeth H., Matilda A., Charles N., and Otto. Mr. Bilyeu was in the Indian war in 1856 in Eastern Oregon and Washington Territory."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 752]

BIRD, Marion (1828-1920): m'd HENDRICK, [   ]; m2 1855 SAWYER, Ellis

BIRD, Martha Jane (1817-1902): m'd 1840 CUMMINS, Erwin S.; d/o Robert and Rachel (Allen) Bird who came in 1847

BIRD, Thomas ( -1852): died on plains

BISHOP, Ann: m'd 1831 BISHOP, James; maiden name unknown at this time

BISHOP, Charles (1829- ):

BISHOP, James: m'd 1831 [   ], Ann

BLACK, Addison (1822-1908): 1850 RIGDON, Maria Jane

Blain, Byron Barr (1844-1895): s/o William Barr & Rachel (Nye) Blain.  m'd Martha Ann Beard 1879 in Stevens Co., Washington Territory.

BLAIN, James (1837-1900): m'd 1872 LATSHAW, Clara C.;  s/o Samuel and Margaret Blain

BLAIN, Joseph (1835-1915): m'd Rebecca May Huffman in Oregon. s/o Samuel and Margaret Blain.  They moved to Kosciusko County, Indiana after their first son Elkanah was born in 1878 but before daughter Margaret was born in 1880.

BLAIN, Lanetta (1851-      ): d/o William Barr & Rachel (Nye) Blain.  She is listed as 9 yrs old in the 1860 census with her parents.

 

BLAIN, Lucien (1846- ): s/o William Barr & Rachel (Nye) Blain.  1860 Census with parents.

BLAIN, Lucy (1841 -1896): m'd GLASS, [   ] d/o William Barr & Rachel (Nye) Blain.  Married William Orr Glass 20 Oct 1858 in Linn County, OR.  He was born 21 Sept 1832; died 25 May 1892.  Both are buried in Corvallis, Benton Co., OR. 

BLAIN, Margaret: m'd 1832 BLAIN, Samuel  Her name is Margaret Peggy Cowan (1802-1876).

  

BLAIN, Mary Ann ( -1852): d/o William and Rachel (Nye) Blain; died on trail of cholera

BLAIN, Mary E. ( - 1931):

BLAIN, Samuel (1806-1873): m'd 1832 [ ], Margaret Peggy Cowan.  s/o James Blain & Mary Barr.

BLAIN, William Barr (1808-1874): m'd 1840 NYE, Rachel; Blain, William Barr born 07 Apr 1808 in Washington County, PA; died 09 Jul 1874 in Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon.  Rachel Nye was born 14 Apr 1824 in Wayne County, OH; died 07 Apr 1903 in Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon.


Blain, Winfield Scott (1847-1916): s/o William Barr & Rachel (Nye) Blain.  m'd a Polly.  He died in Whitman County, WA.

BLAKE, David A. (1827- ): m'd 1854 STEWART, Emily


BLAKELY, Samuel Plumb (1830/31-1913): m'd 1864/65 THOMPSON, Mathilda Mallard; s/o Roswell and Anna Blakely; settled in Douglas Co

BLAKELY, William W. (1837- ):

BLANCHARD, Dean (1832- ): emigrated to California in 1852 and came to Oregon Territory in 1854 where he settled at St. Helens; prominent figure in Columbia County

BLANCHARD, Merrill (1806-1889):

BLANDON, George: arrived by sea from CA


BLANK, Stephen: m'd 1850 MCMILLAN, Parthenia

BLEDSOE, Smith (1824- ): m'd 1848 BAKER, Margaret; DLC says he arrived in 1852, descendant says 1854

BLEVINS, J.D.J. (1829- ):

BLEVINS, Polly: m'd 1833 DUNCAN, Henry O.

BLODGETT, Benjamin Franklin (1831-1901):

4) BLODGETT, Margaret Hamilton: m'd MCDONALD, John Nelson

BLOUNT, Son (1851- ): s/o William and Carrie (Ellis) Blount; six months old at time of emigration

BLOUNT, William (1828-1915): m'd 1851 ELLIS, Carrie

BLOXSON, Cynthia (1832-1914): m'd 1852 GWINN, Norman

(1832-1852) s/o William and Cynthia (Wolf)  Bloyd

(1836-1906): m'd 21 Apr 1861 GILBREATH, Sarah Jane; s/o William and Cynthia (Wolf)  Bloyd; came to Oregon in 1852 with the Craig/Winn train that was comprised of friends and family;  returned back to Arkansas where he married and later died.  In a letter written by Wilson M Tigard to the grandparents of James Bloyd,Eli and Mary Bloyd, it states: : “James Bloyed is living with me. When he got in the valley he got in with a doctor for 1 year, 5 days afterward he was taken very sick and like to have died. They was all so ill that he left as soon as he could walk. He came to my house Oct. 18th looking like a corpse. He has not been able to do anything since worth mentioning until lately. James says he doesn't want any of his folks to move to Oregon till he gets back with money enough to buy him a farm. Then he says some of the prettiest girls may look out.”  He is back in Arkansas enumerated with his grandparents in the 1860 Washington County, Arkansas census.

BLUMAUER, Simon (1822- ): m'd RODELSHEIMER, Mollie

BOARDMAN, William F. (1844- ): came by sea

BOATMAN, Willis (1826-1925): m'd 1851 RICHARDSON, Mary Ann

BOBO, John ( -1852):  [RR: John Bobo "On May 1, William Hubbard Palmer saw and talked with Bobo. Later that night Bobo was so  sick "his mind was shattered" his speech could not be understood. He died on May 2."  "On May 1, Thomas C. Lewis was near a wagon that had "John Bubo, of Dayton, Ohio" in it. "He died the next morning." This was on the St. Joe road 1 day west of the Mission."  ]

BODINE, Daniel:

BOGART, Charles H. (1832-1916):

BOGART, Garrett (1808- ): m'd 1832 EMBRY, Elizabeth

BOGART, J. T.: m1. OWENS, Angie; m2. JACKSON, Mrs. M.S.

BOHANNAN, W. E. (1831- ):


8) BOLEY, Eliza Jane(1849-1931): m'd 10 Mar 1867 BARTMESS, Francis Marion; d/o John and Mary (Richeson) Boley; born 13 Feb 1849 Polk Co, IA and died 02 Mar 1931 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of 10 children (Jacob Leroy, George Marion, Dilla, Anna, Carrie, Charles E., Jess P., Maud L., Clara E and Harry E.)

8) BOLEY, John S. (1818-bef 1860): m'd 13 Feb 1840 RICHESON, Mary Jane; s/o Nicholas and Nancy (Watson) Boley; born 1818 IA, appears to have died prior to the 1860 census; in the 1860 census the Boley children are living in the Howard household with no mention of their parents.  The mother shows up again in the 1870 census but John S. does not appear in Oregon records, it is unknown what happened to him; father of 3 known children (Sarah, Nickoles D. and Elizabeth Jane)

8) BOLEY, Nickoles D. (1846-1934):  never married; s/o John and Mary (Richeson) Boley; born 1846 IA and died  29 Dec 1934 Baker Co, OR; buried Pine Haven Cemetery, Halfway, Baker Co, OR

8) BOLEY, Nicholas: + family

8) BOLEY, Sarah (1844- ): d/o John and Mary (Richeson) Boley


BOLIN, Daniel (1819- ): m'd 1840 MOSER, Lucinda

BOLIN, Hester "Belle": m'd MCHALEY, Henry; d/o Daniel and Lucinda (Moser) Bolin

BOLIN, Isabella (1834-1918): m'd STANTON, Buford

BOLIN, Mary E.: m'd 1866 COFFEY, James B.; d/o Daniel and Lucinda (Moser) Bolin


BOLLENBAUGH, Daniel Jackson: m'd 1853 SWARTS, Catherine Jane; s/o Moses and Sarah (Miller) Bollenbaugh

BOLTON, Absalom: see 1851

BOLTON, Daniel: see 1851

BOLUS, Susannah (1798-1867): m'd WHITE, Thomas Dr.; settled with family in Marion County near Butteville; buried in Butteville Cemetery

10) BOND Ann (1825-1881): m'd 14 Apr 1841 TONG, James John; d/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond; parents and siblings came in 1853

10) BOND, Susana Iona (1833-1908): m'd 12 Feb 1851 DAVIS, Harmon C.; d/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond; parents and siblings came in 1853

BONEBRAKE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BONEBRAKE, John:

BONEBRAKE, John Starr (c1830- ): s/o John Bonebrake

BONEBRAKE, Rhoda (1823-1876): m'd COCKLEREESE, Nathanil; d/o John Bonebrake

BONNELL, Alice (1839-1874): d/o Catherine (Hough) Bonnell; came via Isthmus

BONNELL, Edwin (1836- ): s/o Catherine (Hough) Bonnell; came via Isthmus

BONNELL, Henry (1838- ): s/o Catherine (Hough) Bonnell; came via Isthmus

BONNELL, Rufus (1841-1868): s/o Catherine (Hough) Bonnell; came via Isthmus

BONNER, Dr. Capt.:

BONSER, Charles (1829-1902):

:
2b) BOOTH, Alice (1824-1878): m'd 1843 RICHEY, Caleb; s/o John and Sarah (Snowcroft) Booth; a brother (Richard) emigrated in 1847

2b) BOOTH, Caleb Ritchey (1852-aft 1920): m1. 1873 DICKEY, Elizabeth Mary; m2. 03 Feb 1884 RUSH, Mary C.; s/o Luke and Phoebe (McClintock) Booth; died in Red Bluff, Tehama County, California

BOOTH, Charles (1827- ):

BOOTH, David: m'd 1851 LEE, Elizabeth Ann

2b) BOOTH, George Minor Rev. (1852-1905): m'd 03 Jan 1878 STAATS, Clara Ellen; s/o Robert and Mary (Minor) Booth; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, OR

2b) BOOTH, John Owen (1848-1910): m'd LaBrie, Mrs. Ann Eliza (ROWLEY); s/o Robert and Mary (Minor) Booth

2b) (1817-1904): m'd 1842 MCCLINTOCK, Phoebe Ann; s/o John and Sarah (Snowcroft) Booth; a brother (Richard) emigrated in 1847

2b) BOOTH, Mary Lucinda (1846-1916): m'd 11 Oct 1886 TONEY, Jonathon; d/o Robert and Mary (Minor) Booth

2b) BOOTH, Milton D. (1847-1925): m'd 17 Sep1885 SCOTT, Marilda; s/o Luke and Phoebe (McClintock) Booth

2b) (1820-1917): m'd 1845 MINOR, Mary; s/o John and Sarah (Snowcroft) Booth; a brother (Richard) emigrated in 1847; Robert went to CA in 1850, returned east and emigrated with family in 1852; father of 12 children

"BOOTH, ROBERT--The Reverend Robert Booth, a well-known minister of the Methodist persuasion, removed from Lee County, Iowa, to Oregon, in 1852, coming across the plains. He, with his wife and family, located near the Grande Ronde Reservation, in Yamhill County; there remained until 1864, when they removed to Sheridan, and in 1867, to Douglas County. Mr. Booth s present residence is Wilbur."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 752-3]

2b) BOOTH, Robert Lorenzo (1843-1935): m1. 11 Mar 1869 BROWN, Elizabeth A.; m2. 19 Jan 1905 HIBBS, Sophia; s/o Luke and Phoebe (McClintock) Booth

2b) BOOTH, Samuel Harrison (1849-1934): m'd 27 Jan 1874 WOOD, Sarah A.; s/o Luke and Phoebe (McClintock) Booth

BOOTH, Susan (1851-1852): d/o David and Elizabeth (Lee) Booth; said to be buried on trail

BOOTH, Susan: m'd BURGEN, Thomas

2b) BOOTH, William Andrew (1849-1922): m1. 1877 CAREY, Lucy S.; m2. 1916 LARSON, Mrs. Anna; s/o Robert and Mary (Minor) Booth

BOOTHE, Abijah (c1831- ): m'd 1852 HALL, Anna; married in March just prior to emigration; father of  one son( J.F.) and three daughters (Mary, Susan, one unnamed)

BOOTON, Martha (1835-1907): m'd 25 Sep 1851 MCFARLAND, James Cornelius; settled with husband in Wasco County; reportedly rode side saddle to Oregon during emigration; buried , The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

BORDERS, Sarah (1797-1878): m'd HALE, William; d/o Michael and Elizabeth (Yeast) Borders; buried in Hale-Simison Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

BORING, Joseph H. (1829- ):

BOTSFORD, Charles ( -1852): "June 30 "We passed today seven graves.  Two were placed tolerably near each other one bearing the inscription "Charles Botsford murdered June 28th 1852:, The murderer lies in the next grave": The other bears the inscription of "Horace Dolley hung June 29th 1852".  It appears Dolley had contracted a grudge towards Botsford with regard to some little difficulty between them--had persuaded him to accompany him in a excursion and while alone with him he dealt the blow at which humanity would at any time recoil.  Vengeance however quickly followed him and he was doomed to the penalty which his conduct so complety deserved" [Covered Wagon Women, Vol 5 Journal of Abigail Jane Scott p.79]

BOUTON: see BOOTON

BOWDEN, Samuel Smith; m'd SMITH, Jane; traveled with Isaac McFarland family as a driver

BOWERING, William C. (c1813-c1859): m'd 1833 AMSLEY, Isabel; he reportedly died while on a trip to Stockton, CA; it appears his wife did not come west and is shown living in IL

BOWERS, Phillip (1830-1911): m'd 1858 GEER, Samantha

BOWLBY, John Quincy Adams (1843- ): s/o Wilson and Lydia (Jones) Bowlby

BOWLBY, Wilson (1818 - ): m1. 1841 JONES, Lydia B.;  m2. 1884 BURLINGAME, Ellen Louisa; s/o Joseph L. and Sarah (McPherson) Bowlby; "Dr. Wilson Bowlby.....is a native of New Hampton, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, born on the 4th of July 1818...... was raised and educated in New Hampton... graduated form the Eclectic Medical College in Cincinnati...began the practice of medicine in Fairfield, Franklin County, Indiana, where he continued seven years, until his health gave out...came to Oregon and settled in Wash Co., purchased 320 acres in South Tualatin where he resided and practiced his profession until 1860, when he removed to Forest Grove for the school advantages for his children...1875 he purchased the drug business of Dr. Saylor and continued the business with success... 1880 he built a new store .......making it one of the finest business corners in the city.... 1883 he built a beautique residence, a credit alike to the city and to the taste of the family for whom it was built... made all the improvements on it, planting the trees and shrubs himself... elected a member of the last territorial Legislature of Oregon, as well as one of the first State Legislature......He served with like credit in the State Senate and has the honor of having been President, 1868, of that body... has also served in the councils if his city.... Mrs. Bowlby died on the 29th of April, 1883, and Dr. Bowlby was married again on the 24th of March, 1884, to Miss Ellen Louisa Burlingame, the widow of Mr. Randall Burlingame, of Wisconsin.....member of the IOOF since 1840...member of the AF&AM since 1850..he and his wife are both Methodists. [abstracted from Illustrated History of the State of Oregon, by Rev. A. K. Hines, D. D., 1893]

"BOWLBY, WILSON, M.D.--Doctor Bowlby settled in Washington County, Oregon, in 1852, and has continued his medical practice ever since. At the time of his arrival there were but two physicians in the vicinity, those being Drs. Belknap and H. V. V. Johnson, whereof the former occupied a farm below Hillsboro, and the latter was located at Springtown (Middleton). These came a short time preceding Doctor Bowlby's arrival.  Doctor Bowlby was born in Fairfield, New Jersey, in 1818; acquired his medical education in New York City; practiced in Indiana, and finally left for Oregon, crossing the plains in the usual way. The Doctor was married previously to Miss Lydia Jones, who accompanied him to this State, bringing their three children. The lady died in 1883. Doctor Bowlby still practices medicine at Forest Grove. He represented Washington County in the State Legislature in 1868, and was elected president of the Senate."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 753]

BOWLES, J.M. (1852- ):

BOWLES, Jesse T. (1830- ): m'd WILSON, Minerva Catherine

BOWLES, Joseph:

BOWLES, Susannah (1793-1867): m'd WHITE, Thomas

BOWMAN, Nancy: m'd 1838 WHITTEMORE, Thomas

BOX, Hannah ( - ): m'd 1837 CROXTON, Thomas

BOYCE, Alice: m'd 1830 BOYCE, Joseph; maiden name unknown at this time

BOYCE, Joseph (1803- ): m'd 1830 [   ], Alice

BOYD, J.R. (1838- ): may be same as John Robert listed below

BOYD, John N. (1814- ): m'd 1833 [   ], Lavina E.; listed in one source as John N. Boyer

BOYD, John Robert ( -1852): died on trail near Chimney Rock

BOYD, John O. (1834- ): m'd 1856 [   ] , Hannah

BOYD, Lavina E.: m'd 1833 BOYD, John N.; maiden name unknown at this time

BOYER, John P. (1830- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Lucy

BOYER, Lucy: m'd 1849 BOYER, John P.

BOYES, Deiadema: m'd BOYES, Samuel B.; maiden name unknown at this time

BOYES, Samuel B. (1809- ): m'd [   ], Deiadema

BOYLES, William N. ( - ): m'd ,

BOZARTH, William N. ( - ):

BRADEN, Alice (1845- ): d/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADEN, America (1842- ): d/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADEN, Francis M. (1835- ): m'd c1854 [   ], Sarah; s/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADEN, John (1851- ): s/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADEN, Missouri (1849- ): d/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADEN, Rebecca C. (1837- ): m'd DECKER, Phillip A.; d/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADEN, Samuel Creswell (1809- ): m'd 1834 CROBARGER, Susanna

BRADEN, Virginia (1847- ): d/o Samuel and Susanna (Crobarger) Braden

BRADLEY, Henry:

BRADLEY, Jane:

BRADLEY, John (1829- ):

BRADLEY, Luzerne (1816- ):

BRADLEY, William P. ( -1916):

BRADSHAW, Charles M.. (1822- ): m'd 1841 [   ], Malvina

BRADSHAW, Charles Miner (1831- ): m'd 1870 HOLMES, Florence; collector of customs at Puget Sound, opened a law office in Port Townsend in 1867; held numerous public offices

BRADSHAW, Malvina: m'd 1841 BRADSHAW, Charles; maiden name unknown at this time

7) BRADSHAW, Mary (1812-1880): m'd 12 May 1829 MAYS, Elijah; born 10 July 1812 White county TN; married 12 May 1829 White Co, TN; died 1 Nov 1880 Lane county OR
 

BRALLEAR, Henry (1830- ):

BRALEY, Jay: m'd MERRIMAN, Laura

BRAINARD, William E. (1832-1911): m'd 1867 BROOKS, Eliza Maria; Capt. and owner of steamboat "Washington"

BRAMLET, Elizabeth Ann "Betsey" (1823- ): d/o Nathan and Jane (Gober) Bramlet; shown in 1850 census and believed to have arrived in Oregon but no information available after arrival

BRAMLET, Francis Clayton (1827-1911): ,'d 27 Jun 1867 TOWER, Martha Ellen; s/o Nathan and Jane (Gober) Bramlet; became ill on the trail with cholera but survived and eventually settled in Wallowa County, OR; first post master in the county, was a minister; his son, Henry Middleton Bramlet did not emigrate with family and in later years moved to Texas with his wife's family

BRAMLET, George Washington (1835-1910): m'd 18 Nov 1869 SMITH, Mary Melissa; s/o Nathan and Jane (Gober) Bramlet; moved around for a period of time, eventually settling in Lake County, California where he died

BRAMLET, Martha Lorena (1838-1899): m'd 06 Apr 1854 RICE, Ica Foster; d/o Nathan and Jane (Gober) Bramlet; settled in Douglas County, OR

BRAMLET, Nancy Jane (1832-c1853): m'd RICE, Moses Preston, d/o Nathan and Jane (Gober) Bramlet

BRAMLET, Nathan Hull (1794-1852): m'd 15 Feb 1820 GOBER, Jane; the family left from MO in the spring of 1852 and joined 72 wagons in Kansas.  The train crossed the summit of the Rockies on July 4.  The train split at Salt Lake.  Nathan Hull died of cholera near Caldwell, ID on Aug 14, 1852.  Jane died of cholera on Aug 17, 1852 and was buried near Payette, ID.; after arriving in Portland the children stayed with the Rice family for a time.

BRAMLET, William Henry (1841-1908): m'd 17 Nov 1878 SMITH, Emma R. s/o Nathan and Jane (Gober) Bramlet

BRANT, George W. (1851- ):

BRASHEAR, Hannah R.: m'd 1850 BRASHEAR, Lemuel F.; maiden name unknown at this time

BRASHEAR, John (1790- ):

BRASHEAR, Lemuel F. (1818- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Hannah R.

8) BRATTAIN, Alfred (1832-1905): m'd 18 Feb 1858 EASTER, Ruth Matilda; s/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 12 Aug 1832 Morgan Co, IL and died 03 Oct 1905 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; father of 3 children (Charles E., Edgar Easter and Mary E.); about 1857 he returned to IA, was in the Civil War and appears in the Cedar, VanBuren Co 1870 census as a farmer. by 1880 he had returned to Lane Co, OR where he was a rancher on the McKenzie river

8) BRATTAIN, Amelia Ann (1840-1927): m'd 15 Jan 1868 SMITH, Franklin J.; d/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 1840 VanBuren Co, IA and died 28 Feb 1927 Springfield, Lane Co, OR; after the death of her sister Martha Jane, whe raised Martha's only child, Paul Hadley but it appears she had no children of her own

8) BRATTAIN, Francis Marion (1842-1904): never married; s/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 27 Dec 1842 VanBuren Co, IA and died 04 Oct 1904 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; appears in most of the census records as a miner; member of legislature in 1899

8) BRATTAIN, Elizabeth Jane (1830-1902): m'd 15 Dec 1853 EBBERT, James; d/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 11 Sep 1830 Morgan Co, IL and died 29 Jul 1902 Lane Co, OR; buried IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR; it appears they had no children

8) BRATTAIN, James Cyrus (1844-1912): never married; s/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 14 Nov 1844 VanBuren Co, IA and died 05 Sep 1912 Springfield, Lane Co, OR; in the 1860 and 1870 census he is listed as a miner with his brother Francis; later was organizer and President of the First National Bank, Springfield, Lane Co, OR

8) BRATTAIN, John (1827-1893): s/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; pioneer merchant in Baker City, Baker county, OR; the 1880 census lists him as divorced but no record has been found of the marriage or the divorce.

8) BRATTAIN, Martha Jane (c1838-c1868): m'd c1866 HADLEY, Robert; d/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; both she and her husband appear to have died prior to the 1870 census;  at that point in time their 3 year old son is living with Martha's sister, Elizabeth.

8) BRATTAIN, Mary Ann (1834-1910): never married; d/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 17 Mar 1834 Morgan Co, IL and died 27 Apr 1910 Springfield, Lane Co, OR

8) BRATTAIN, Paul (1801-1882): m'd 1826 CARTER, Elizabeth; s/o Benjamin and Mary (Hill) Brattain; born 30 Dec 1801 Randolph Co, NC and died 29 Aug 1892 Lane Co, OR; wife died in 1846 prior to emigration; father of 10 children (John, Thomas Jefferson, Elizabeth J., Alfred, Mary Ann, William Cullen, Martha Jane, Amelia Ann, Francis Marion and James Cyrus); held several offices including Lane County clerk; member of constitutional convention; two of his sons had emigrated to Oregon in previous years

8) BRATTAIN, William Cullen (1835-1922: m'd 30 Jun 1870 McCalley, Agnes; s/o Paul and Elizabeth (Carter) Brattain; born 08 Jan 1836 Hancock Co, IL and died 24 Jan 1922 Tomasket, Okanogan Co, WA; father of 5 children (Leslie Livingston, Frances Clare, Ross Rudolph, Cora Evelyn and Paul Andrew)

BRAYTON, Lucy: m'd 1827 BRAYTON, William H.; maiden name unknown at this time

BRAYTON, William H. (1804- ): m'd 1827 [   ], Lucy

(1832-1913): m'd 25 Dec 1864 HOPWOOD, Julia; Henry was born Jan 1832 Germany and died 24 June 1913 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Mt. Scott Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of 5 children (Kate L., Bertha Beatrice, Rudolph Ralph, Henry Adam and Bernice F.); Henry was a saloon keeper in Jacksonville, Jackson Co, OR in the 1860 and 1870 census prior to moving to Portland.  While living in Portland he was active in the Consolidated German Speaking Society of Oregon and served in various offices associated with that organization.

BRENT, Lawson M. (1831- ):

5: BRENTS, Isabelle ( - ): d/o James and Narcissa Brents

5: BRENTS, James Deal (1806-1858): m'd 08 Sep 1830 LUCAS, Narcissa; died of tuberculosis; married Narcissa LUCAS 08 Sep 1830 in Sangamon Co., Illinois.  They removed to Pike Co., Illinois in 1832, and continued to live there until heading west in 1852.

5: BRENTS, Rebecca ( - ): d/o James and Narcissa Brents

5: BRENTS, Thomas H. (1840-1916): m'd MCCOWN, Isabel; s/o James and Narcissa Brents; worked with cattle for several years; went to Baker City mines; rode for Pony Express and served several terms in Congress; died at Walla Walla, WA

BREY, Phillipina (1847- ): m'd WARREN, [   ]

BRIDGES, Samuel (c1791- ): m'd 1817 HERNS, Elizabeth; DLC in Lane Co

BRIEDWELL, John W. (1832- ): m'd 1851 EDMONSON, Mary

"BRIEDWELL, JOHN W.--Born in Lawrence County, Indiana, in 1831. In 1844 moved to Davis County, Iowa. In 1852 came to Oregon and settled in Yamhill County, and now lives at Amity. He is proprietor of a warehouse and a farmer by occupation. He married Nancy Edmonson in Missouri in 1851, and their children s names are-Sarah M., Mary A., George W., John W., Edward M., Ellis E., and Minnie V."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 753]

BRIGGS, Wesley W. (1832- ):

BRIGHAM, Nancy (1816-1852): m'd 25 Jan 1838 ; died in early September at the cascades of the Columbia, 1 day before reaching final destination.  Left four young daughters and husband.

BRISBINE, Joseph (1829- ):

BRISCO, John:

BRISKEY, Frank (1840-1926): m'd BAUER, Elizabeth Ann

BRISTOW, Hattie E. Mrs. (1848- ):

BRISTOW, John J. (1814- ):

BRISTOW, Josephine Mrs. ( -1852): died on the trail

BROCK, E. A. (1831):

BROCK, Levi (1816- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Mary

BROCK, Mary: m'd 1848 BROCK, Levi; maiden name unknown at this time

BROCKWAY, Benson B. (1829-1905):

BRONSON, Wait (c1800- ):

BROOKS, John E. (1822-1906): m'd 13 Apr 1852 RAY, Julia A.; s/o Cooper and Sophia (Tuttle) Brooks; settled McMinnville area of Yamhill County

BROOKS, Julia A.: m'd 1852 BROCK, John E.; maiden name unknown at this time

BROTHERS, Tycer ( - ):

BROTT, Jacob (1812- ): m'd 1853 WHITE, Virginia Q.; moved to CA 1855

BROUGHTON, William (1827-): m'd 1853 WILLIS, Sarah Ann

"BROUGHTON, WILLIAM--Born in England, January 4, 1827; was a carpenter by occupation; married Sarah N. Willis, and their children were Emma J., Mary, George, Walter (deceased), Clara S., Annie E., Hattie, Nellie F., Elmer (deceased), and Fred (deceased). Mr. Broughton died at Oregon City, January 7, 1876."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 753]



BROWN, Abigail: m'd 1840 BROWN, James M.; maiden name unknown at this time
BROWN, Anderson (1832-1916):

BROWN, Ann: m'd BROWN, Peter

BROWN, Ann (1800-1869): m'd BROWN, David; maiden name unknown at this time

BROWN, Benjamin (1804- ) m'd 1834 [   ], Julia Ann
BROWN, Benjamin (1844-1858): s/o John and Mary (Graham) Brown; died on New Years Day 1858

BROWN, Caroline: d/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, Columbus: s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, David (1799-1882): m'd [   ], Ann

BROWN, Edward:

BROWN, Eliza: d/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, Elizabeth (1838-1858), m'd 24 Jan 1853 VALLIELY, John; d/o of John and Mary Eleanor (Graham) Brown.
BROWN, Elvira: d/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, Francis: s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

Brown, George(1837-1852): d.13 May 1852 on Oregon Trail; s/o John and Mary (Graham) Brown

BROWN, Granville Marion (1849- ): m'd 1876 WEGER, Nancy C.; s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

"BROWN, G. M.--Lives in Brownsville, Linn County, and is a butcher by trade.  Was born in Knox County, Illinois, May 4, 1849; married Nancy C. Weger, in 1876, and their children are Effie, Bessie, Laura, and Clara." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 754]

BROWN, Harvey: s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, Hobart H. ( -1915):

BROWN, Jacob S.: m'd WEGER, Nancy Caroline; s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown; after his death his wife Nancy married his brother Granville.

BROWN, James (1821- ):

BROWN, James (1796- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Catherine

BROWN, James: s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, James H.: m'd 1853 James (READ), Nancy (widow of Mr. James who died on trail)

BROWN, James M. (1820- ): m'd 1840 [   ], Abigail; moved to CA by 1865

BROWN, Jemima: m'd CASEBEER, Samuel; emigrated with husband and settled in Douglas County at present day Roseburg

BROWN, John: s/o Peter and Ann Brown

BROWN, John ( -1852): s/o John and Sarah (Kirkpatrick) Brown; died 13 May 1852 on Big Nemeha River

BROWN, John (1814- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Mary

(1810-1894): m'd 29 Nov 1835 GRAHAM, Mary Eleanor "Mary Ellen"; s/o Thomas Brokenberry and Elizabeth (Allison) Brown; settled originally near Irving; moved to Eugene in 1870; died at his residence in Eugene, Lane Co, OR Jan 1, 1894 of paralysis; buried in the Mulkey cemetery. The Brown, McBee and Matheny families were neighbors in Ray Co, MO and the families apparently maintained contact after arrival in Oregon because children and grandchildren of these pioneers of 1852 married. In addition to Rosanna Brown's daughter (see below), Berilla Brown's (1859-1931) granddaughter Berilla Briggs m'd Floyd Anthony McBee, grandson of Samuel Edward and Sarah Catherine (Wilcox) McBee.

BROWN, John D. (1837-1926):

BROWN, John Daniel �JD� (1850-1928): m'd 20 Sep 1874 POINDEXTER, Ella; s/o John and Mary (Graham) Brown; settled in Lane Co, OR; moved to the Pendleton area in 1887 where he lived for 41 years until his death

BROWN, John J. (1826-1916):

BROWN, John James (1826-1852): m'd 1831 KIRKPATRICK, Sarah E.; died on plains

BROWN, Jonathan B. (1809- ): m'd 1829 [   ], Sarah

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BROWN, Julia Ann: m'd 1834 BROWN, Benjamin; maiden name unknown at this time

BROWN, Larkin (1820- ):

BROWN, Louisa ( -1852): of Kane Co, IL died on trail

BROWN, Loyal P. (1829- ):

BROWN, Lydia (1844-1926): m'd HARLOW, [   ]

18) BROWN, Malinda Jane (1829-1852): m'd GOUDY, William H.; Malinda was born 11 Aug 1829 and died 02 Oct 1852 at the Dalles on the Columbia River

BROWN, Manaweather (1800-1883): m'd 1822 WEST, Clarissa; buried in Brownsville, Linn Co, OR
BROWN, Margaret: m'd MORRIS, John Deverick; d/o Peter and Ann Brown; buried in old Pioneer Cemetery, Vancouver, WA

BROWN, Martha: m'd 1844 HOSS, Peter

BROWN, Martha (1837- ):

BROWN, Mary: m'd 1837 BROWN, John; maiden name unknown at this time

BROWN, Mary (1851-1931): m'd PHILIPS, [   ]

BROWN, Mary A. Mrs (1851-1916):

BROWN, Mary: d/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown

BROWN, Nancy: m'd CLAGGETT

BROWN, Nancy Caroline: "Nancy Caroline Brown originally m. Jacob Brown, who was reading at law at Willamette Univ. in Salem. He was also in the militia and was deployed to Camp Watson, near the Columbia River during the “Indian Wars.” Nancy Caroline accompanied Jacob to Camp Watson, or John Day, where Jacob died of “consumption.” Nancy gave birth to Effie Brown, then made her way back to Brownsville, OR, where she married Jacob’s younger brother, Granville Marion Brown & bore Laura M., Clarissa, William (d. age 15 of Bright’s disease) and Bessie (d. before 9 years old of Diphtheria). Granville was divorced by Clarissa, who moved to Dallas, Oregon to raise her children and care for her mother-in-law until Clarissa (West) Brown died. Much later, in the early 1920's, Granville Marion Brown, was retrieved by train, from the Medford area by his two sons-in-law, Lloyd Soehren of Dallas, Oregon (h/o Clarissa Brown Soehren) and Herbert H. Dunkelberger of Portland, Oregon (h/o Laura M. Brown Dunkelberger). Granville M. Brown was cared for in the Dunkelberger home in Portland until he died later that year. Jacob & Nancy’s daughter Effa married Will Weaver of Rickreall area lived and on Main St in Dallas, OR. Nancy Caroline (Weger) Brown Brown lived on Main St. also and cared for mothers who had just given birth. Clarissa (Brown) Soehren and her husband owned and raised their daughters in a lovely Victorian house on a corner of Main Street near the Courthouse in Dallas." [  

           

BROWN, Peter: m'd [ ], Ann

BROWN, Rosanna (1840-1891) m'd 22 Feb 1863, Lane Co, OR, WILCOX, Philo; d/o of John and Mary Eleanor (Graham) Brown. Rosanna told her children and grandchildren stories about crossing the plains, including an anecdote regarding a pair of knit stockings that she was drying by the fire when they were stolen by Indians. Philo Wilcox emigrated from Vermont to Oregon in 1857 via ship and the Isthmus of Panama. Their daughter, Sarah Catherine Wilcox, married Samuel Edward McBee, son of John Wesley and Elizabeth Jane (Matheny) McBee and grandson of William McBee and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

BROWN, Sarah: m'd 1829 BROWN, Jonathan; maiden name unknown at this time

: m'd 1856 MCCLENDON, C.C.; d/o John and Mary Brown

BROWN, Susan Jane: m'd 1848 BROWN, William M.; maiden name unknown at this time

BROWN, Thomas (1841-1917): m'd 29 Jan 1863 BASKETT, Sophronia Jane; s/o John and Mary (Graham) Brown; settled in Lane Co

BROWN, William ( -1852): s/o Manaweather and Clarissa (West) Brown; died while fording cattle across the Snake River

BROWN, William H. (1831- ):

BROWN, William M. (1816- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Susan Jane


BROWNING, Clarissa B. (1810- ): m'd 1829 BROWN, Hugh Leeper; d/o David and Vashiti (West) Browning
BROWNING, David Gilmore (1846-1915): s/o Edmund and Nancy (Callison) Browning; buried at Long Creek, Grant Co, OR
BROWNING, Edmund Green Dr. (1816-1888): m1. 1840 CALLISON, Nancy; m2. 1853 ALLYN, Nancy; s/o David and Vashiti (West) Browning; wife died on trail; continued on to Linn county with his six children where he married for a second time; father of 10 more children by his second wife (Elizabeth, Josephine, Laura Katherine, Olive, Julia, Alexander Campbell, Clarissa Miranda, Walter Scott, Edmond Green, Gilbert Leroy); buried in Myrtle Creek Cemetery, Myrtle Creek, OR; researcher is interested in comparing notes on children of second marriage 

BROWNING, John (1843-1863): s/o Edmund and Nancy (Callison) Browning; died Myrtle Creek, buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Myrtle Creek, OR

BROWNING, Linneaus Nathan (1844-1903): m1. 1869 CONGER, Nancy Chiarette; m2. 1900 HOWARD, Fidelia A.;s/o Edmund and Nancy (Callison) Browning; died  Josephine Co, OR

BROWNING, Louisa (1841-1885): m'd 1855 GABBERT, Francis M.; d/o Edmund and Nancy (Callison) Browning; buried Pioneer Cemetery, Myrtle Creek, OR; first child of Louisa was named Keller, he started the first newspaper in Grants Pass Oregon

BROWNING, Martha (1852-1852): d/o Edmund and Nancy (Callison) Browning; buried at Oregon City

BROWNING, Susan Sarah (1849- ): m'd DUNNIVAN, James S.; d/o Edmund and Nancy (Callison) Browning

BROWNSON, Sarah Ann: m'd 1849 BROWNSON, Winslow

BROWNSON, Winslow (1816- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Sarah Ann

BROYLES, Samuel A. (1833- ):

BRUCE, John Hamilton (c1851-1896): m'd 22 Mar 1881 Maggie Hartman; s/o William and Caroline (O'Neal) Bruce; born c1851 Indiana and died 21 Nov 1896 Washington.

(1825-1888): m'd 10 Feb 1850 O'NEAL, Caroline Adelia; born 25 Apr 1825 Knox County, Indiana and died 17 Nov 1888 Waitsburg, Walla Walla County, Washington; settled Lane County but by 1870 was residing in Waitsburg, Walla Walla County, Washington; father of 6 children (John Hamilton, Mary Ellen, James William, Isadora Elizabeth, Edward L. and Caroline A.)

BRUMFIELD, George P. ( -1896):

BRUMMER, Henry ( - ): m'd 1851 YONKER, Agnes

BRUMMET, Banner (1818- ):

BRUNK, Maria ( - ): m'd RAMSAY, William Sr.

BRUNTON, Infant ( -1852): infant died on trail 11 Sep 1852

BRUNTON, Mr.:

BRUNTON, Mrs.:

BRYANT, Elihu G. (1804- ): m'd 1827 CRANE, Nancy settled Columbia Co

BRYANT, John (1827- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Lucinda

BRYANT, Lucinda: m'd 1847 BRYANT, John; maiden name unknown at this time

BRYANT, Mary Crane (1830-1923): m'd LOCKWOOD, Reuben T.; settled in Clark Co, WA

BRYANT, O. J. (1829- ):

BRYANT, Sarah A.: m'd 1845 BRYANT, Zephaniah S.; maiden name unknown at this time

BRYANT, Zephaniah S. (1825- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Sarah A.

BRYFOGLE, Solomon (1817-1852): "died 15 Jun 1852 on Platte River [death info per Richard Rieck, Professor Emeritus, Western Illinois Univ.]

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BUCHANAN, Andrew:

BUCHANAN, Jane:

BUCHANAN, Louise F. Mrs. (1851-1925): m'd BUCHANAN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

BUCHANAN, Winfield S. (1847-1919): m1. 1876 RHOADES, Mary H.; m2. CHOATES, Susan M.; settled Washington Territory

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BUCHTEL, Joseph (1830 -1916): m'd 1853 LATOURETTE, Josephine;"Buchtel was one of  Portland's leading citizens, serving as fire chief and Sheriff of Multnomah County, and was the city's foremost photographer for many years. He produced photographs in all the popular formats, including stereoview."; amongst his many accomplishments he was credited with a natural mechanical ability and patented many useful inventions that can be viewed by going to    He died on Aug 10, 1916 at Portland, Multnomah Co, OR and is buried in Lone Fir Cemetery in that city; traved with Moores company

"BUCHTEL, JOSEPH--Born in Stark County, Ohio, November 22, 1830; moved to Illinois in 1839. Arrived in Portland in 1852. Engaged in steam boating on the Willamette. Opened a photograph gallery in Portland. Was elected sheriff of Multnoniah County in 1880. Married Josephine Latourette in Oregon City in 1853."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 754]

BUCK, Catherine (1826- ): m'd BUCK, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

BUCK, Samuel ( -1853): m'd [   ], Catherine; died 13 Mar 1853 OR

BUCKLES, John W. (1830-1870): Never married; s/o [  ] and [  ] Clawson Buckles; (John's mother was a sister to Ephriam Clawson, pioneer of 1852); born: February 11, 1830 Warren County, Indiana; never married; died: January 1870 Waitsburg, Walla Walla County, Washington of diabetes; He spent most of the years from 1855 to 1865 in the military in various locations in Oregon and Washington

BUCKLEY, Martha A. ( -1905): m'd 1851 LENT, Oliver P.

BUCKLEY, Susan E.: m'd 1847 JENNE, Lemuel L.

BUCKLEY, William S. (c1829- ):

BUCKNER, Coleman (1816- ): m'd 1833 [   ], Rebecca

BUCKNER, Rebecaa: m'd 1833 BUCKNER, Coleman; maiden name unknown at this time

BUCKS, Christina: m'd GEISEL, John; husband and sons killed by indians Feb 22, 1856
BUDD, Dewitt Clinton (1813 -1913):

BUEL, Juhama: m'd 1837 BUEL, Leonard; maiden name unknown at this time

BUEL, Leonard (1813- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Juhama(?)

BUFF, Elizabeth: m'd c1841 BUFF, Martin; maiden name unknown at this time

BUFF, Elizabeth (1842- ): m'd CHANDLER, John; d/o Martin and Elizabeth Buff

BUFF, Elizabeth A. (1848- ): m'd 1864 BANE, Jacob M.

BUFF, George (c1838-1898):  

BUFF, James Knox (1843-1910): m'd 1875 PENDLETON, Emma;  

BUFF, John Jr. ( -1852): m'd 1847 HICKS, Elizabeth; s/o John and Margaret Buff; died 22 Aug 1852 on plains

BUFF, John P. (1794-1869): m'd 1814 [   ] , Margaret

BUFF, Joseph B. (1823- ): m'd CARTER, Elizabeth; wife died on the plains leaving 4 children

BUFF, Margaret (1840- ): m'd STEPHENS, James H.

BUFF, Martin (1815- ): m'd 1855 [   ] , Elizabeth

BUFF, Mary ( - ): d/o John and Elizabeth (Hicks) Buff

BUFF, Newton J. (1834-1901): s/o John and Margaret Buff

BUFF, Thomas Jefferson "Jeff (1830-1902): m1.;  m2. Buff ( HICKS), Elizabeth (widow of brother)

BUFFAM, William:

BUFORD, Jay (1847- ):

BUFORD, Jeremiah (1805-1852): died on trail of cholera

BUHR, Almira ( -1933): m'd POMEROY, [   ]

BULLIN, Daniel (1810- ): m'd 1840 [   ], Lucinda

BULLIN, Lucinda: m'd 1840 BULLIN, Daniel; maiden name unknown at this time


BUNCH, George W. (1816- ): m'd 1843 FOX, Phoebe; settled Linn County

BUNCH, James W. (1820- ): m'd 1851 FOX, Nancy Jane; settled Linn County

18) BUOY, Evaline (1824-1909): m'd 22 Nov 1849 SWEARINGEN, Isaac "Stull"; from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL; born 24 Dec 1824 and died 20 Feb 1909

18) BUOY, John: from Vermillion Co, IL; appears to be brother of Mrs. Evaline Swearingen; settled in Lane Co; other Buoys who came a year later in 1853 settled nearby

BUOY, Noah ( -1916):


25) BURFORD, Elizabeth A: d/o Hezekiah and Levinia (Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, George Washington: s/o Hezekiah andLevinia (Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, Hezekiah (1811-1884): m'd SEARS,Levinia; settled on a DLC in Willamina, Yamhill Co prior to moving to Polk Co and then to Marion Co where he died; founder of Monmouth University, now known as Western Oregon State College; traveled to Oregon with the John E. Murphey train.

25) BURFORD, James Monroe: s/o Hezekiah andLevinia (Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, John Milton: s/o Hezekiah andLevinia (Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, Julia Ann C. (1844-1920): m'dSIMMONS, [   ];d/o Hezekiah and Levinia (Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, Martha E.: d/o Hezekiah and Levinia(Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, Mary Jane: d/o Hezekiah and Levinia(Sears) Burford

25) BURFORD, Thomas Jefferson: s/o Hezekiah andLevinia (Sears) Burford

BURGEN, John S. (1827 VA � 1899 WA); m�d 1846 SIMPSON, Susannah; s/o Dennis & Letha (Munsey) Burgen

BURGEN, Mary (1839 � 1927) m�d WALTERS,

BURGEN, Thomas (1849 MO � 1932); m�d HASKETT, Jessie; s/o John S. & Susannah (Simpson) Burgen

BURGEN, Thomas (1827 VA � 1897 WA ); m�d 1856 BOOTS, Susan; s/o Dennis & Letha (Munsey) Burgen

BURKE, Cynthia Jane: m'd ALBRIGHT, Charles

BURKE, John (1832- ): died by 1884

BURKHART, Minerva (1824-1904): m'd 23 Feb 1841 INGRAM, James; born  08 Feb 1824 Bledsoe Co, TN and died 09 Jul 1904 Coburg, Lane Co, OR; mother of 11 children (Berry, Green, Louis, Matilda Jane, Joseph, Lloyd, George Washington, James Wilson III, Polly Ann, John Calvin and Robert Lee)

BURLINGAME, Charles:

BURMISTER, Henry (1811- ): m'd 1835 [   ], Wilhelmina

BURMISTER, Wilhelmina: m'd 1835 BURMISTER, Henry; maiden name unknown at this time

BURNS, Alexander (1827- ): m'd 1856 [   ], Elizabeth Ann

BURNS, Edward:

18) BURNS, George: joined company at St. Joseph, MO; paid to join company and helpted drive Scott family wagon; left company August 15th   "To day 5 of our company concluded to go on by water.  They accordingly fitted up two wagon beds for the purpose and launded them into the Snake, they seem to answer a good purpose and if no accident befalls them they will reach the dalles in ten days or less."  (They planned on floating to Fort Boise and then travel afoot on account of the river rapids and falls.  The party included John Dixon, Robert Dixon, Frank Gay, Robert King and George Burns.)

BURNS, William E. (1823- ): m'd CONYERS, Millicent

BURNS, William P. (1840-1917): m'd 1884 BLAINE, Martha Elvira

BURNSIDE, D. W. (1826- ):

BURNSIDE, J. C.:

BURR, Samuel Beebe (1822-1901): m'd 03 Dec1848 LAKIN, Mary Spur; buried , Montague, Shasta County, California

BURRIS, Nancy: m'd TOMPKINS, John

11) BURROUGHS, W.

11) BURROWS, D.: [Polly Coon Diary: Jul 29 we left some of our company who are going to CA, Mr. D. Burrows, Mr. Webs & Mr. Peak - also part of Mr. Goodrich's Co- Mr. Peck, Mr. Palmiter & Hemphil (Hemphis?)]

BURT, Minerva (1839-1918): m'd BROWN, [   ]:

BURTON, E.M.:

BURTON, Georgina Martin (1843-1918): m'd 1860 PITTOCK, Henry

BURTON, Helen E.:

BURTON, Mary Polly (1808- ): m'd RIGGS, Jonathan; d/o John and Polly Mary (May) Burton

BURTON, R.A. Mrs. ( -1896): m'd BURTON, [   ]:

4) BUSEY, David  S. (1830 - ): m'd  1855 PORTER, Nancy;  s/o L.W. and Jane (Penney) Busey

BUSH, D. W. (1833- ):

BUSHARD, Mary ( -1915): m'd BUSHARD, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

BUSHNELL, Linus (1815- ):

BUTLER, America ( - ):

BUTLER, Ashmun J. ( -1859): m'd 1850 ROLLINS, America E.; emigrated to Yreka, CA in 1852; in Feb 1853, accompanied by his wife, he removed to Rogue River Valley and settled near the present site of Medford (America E. Rollins Butler diary available Oregon Historical Society Quarterly, Dec 1940 p.337-366)

25) BUTLER, Cynthia Ann:

BUTLER, Douglas:

25) BUTLER, Elijah:

BUTLER, Grace: m'd LANGSTON, Sampson; widowed in 1850 in Missouri; traveled west with three married children; the daughter lost her husband and two children, a son lost his wife and the other son died leaving a wife and child.; Grace's story was found in her father's probate in Texas.  She remarried to Robert IRWIN May 1 1853 in Benton Co., his wife Milly died on the Trail.  He died July 13 1876 in Benton Co. and Grace died 1891 and is buried in Union Co., OR.  Robert's family was documented in a interview given January 15, 1927 by his granddaughter Susan Elvira Means (Mrs. Joseph Mayberry Gray).  She relates that Judge Irwin led the Train [descendant Robert Rankin]

BUTLER, Hilory (1819-1896): m'd 1848 HICKMAN, Catherine; died in Seattle, WA; travled with the Hays-Cowan Train

25) BUTLER, Isaac:

BUTLER, Jonathan (1831- ):

BUTLER, Martha Jane: m1. HENDERSON, Daniel; m2. 02 Dec 1852 OWNBERY, William; Martha's first husband and two children, Mary (5) and Middleton (3), died on the Trail.  Martha remarried to Rev. William OWNBEY, son of Nicholas OWNBEY of the 1845 Train.  Martha Jane and Daniel had four children at time of 1850 Census (Sampson, John, Mary and Middleton).  After her marriage ro Rev. Ownbey she  named their first born, a girl, Grace Ann.

BUTLER, Matilda (1830-1905): m'd 1851 BUTLER, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

18) BUTLER, Mr.: driver for Scott family; this may be the man who left the company June 7th to drive a wagon for a family whose driver had died; this company went on to CA

BUTLER, Sarah ( - ): Sarah BUTLER/WARDEN, my 3rd great grandmother, had a sister who was Grace/Gracie/Gracy BUTLER who married a Sampson LANGSTON and they had 4 children but only three survived and those three were married,  In 1850 she was Widowed in MO and they decided to come to the Oregon Territory.  The travel took its toll because the daughter lost her husband and two children, a son lost his wife and the other son died leaving a wife and child.

BUTLER, Thomas (1824- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Matilda

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BYARS, Irijah (1832-1899): m'd HUFF, Elizabeth

BYERLY, Absalom (1833- ): m1. ALLEN, Mary Florence; m2. CROW, Dolly; s/o Martin and Elizabeth (Sears) Byerly; father of 10 children including Henry, Leroy, Arabella, Frank, Otto, Eugene, Edward, William, Maude and Mary

BYERLY, Catherine D. ( -1917): m'd BYERLY, Henry;  maiden name unknown at this time

BYERLY, Henry (1830- ): m'd 1852 [   ] , Catherine D.; s/o Martin and Elizabeth (Sears) Byerly

BYERLY, Martin (1810-1893): m'd SEARS, Elizabeth; father of 6 children including Absalom, Henry, Jane, Michael, Jefferson and Adelaide; emigrated with 2 horse carriages, 12 yoke oxen and 3 wagons

BYERLY, Michael ( -1852): s/o Martin and Elizabeth (Sears) Byerly; died on trail

BYLAND, Madison D. (1821- ): m'd 1854 [   ], Elizabeth Jane

BYLAND, Orville (1848-1932): s/o Madison D. Byland

BYRD, Andrew F.: settled at Steilacoom Lake at the headwaters of Chambers Creek in WA

BYRD, Agnetta Larson (1834- ): m1. CHAMBERS, Thomas McCutcheon; m2. Fredrick Meyer

BYRD, Daniel H. (1827- ): m'd 1850 [  ], Maria

BYRD, Maria: m'd 1850 BYRD, Daniel H.; maiden name unknown at this time

BYRON, John (c1828- ):

CADWELL, Americus V. T. (c1821- ):

18) CAFFEE, Charles Clifford (1843-1925): s/o Levi and Martha (Roelofson) Caffee; Charles was born 02 Feb 1843 and died 18 Sep 1925

18) CAFFEE, Edward Taylor (1848-1917): s/o Levi and Martha (Roelofson) Caffee; Edward was born in 1848; he was a bridgetender on the Steel Bridge in Portland for 14 years.  He died 08 Jan 1917

18) CAFFEE, Levi (1814-1867): m'd ROELOFSON, Martha; Levi was born 16 Nov 1814 and was a cousin of the Scott family; he drove the Scott's camp equipment wagon; was a first cousin of John Tucker Scott, an orphan brought up by Tucker's father, James, who was his guardian.  He came west to cure his alcoholism.  Levi Caffee had been addicted to drink in Illinois, and John Tucker Scott had forbidden him to use liquor, as a condition to his coming to Oregon in the Scott party.  Levi Caffee was a son of John Tucker Scott's aunt.  When the party was met by relative, Lawson Scott (an emigrant of 1847), bringing supplies it was with horror that he also produced a bottle of "oh, be joyful".  Levi got gloriously tipsy, and engaged in a carnival of drunken songs, much to the diversion of the children, to whom it was all very funny." He ran hotels at Champoeg and Lafayette, was a teamster, had a stage from Champoeg to Salem, and later a dairy near Lafayette.  Levi died 16 Jan 1867

CAHOON, Mary Ann (1829-1902): m'd 16 Mar 1851 ANDERSON, Charles Perry; Mary was born Dec 14, 1829 OH and died June 1, 1902 Lewis Co, WA; she is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery, Centralia, Lewis Co, WA; she was the mother of nine children (John Albert, Andrew J., Charles Perry, George W., Eliza Jane, Minnie, Annie and two unknown)

CAINE, Jack M. (c1825- ):

CALDWELL, Ancyra (1850-1861): d/o Washington and Cynthia (Sullins) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Caledonia: d/o Washington and Cynthia (Sullins) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Capt. ( -1852): died on trail of cholera

CALDWELL, Janetta A.F. (1848-1864): d/o Washington and Cynthia (Sullins) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Langden M.: s/o Washington and Cynthia (Sullins) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Nancy: d/o Washington and Cynthia (Sullins) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Valentine H. (1831- ): m'd GRIER, Sarah; s/o John and Mary (Stockton) Caldwell; nephew of Washington J. Caldwell mentioned below; father of 17 children (John H., Mary S., George, Seth, Jackson, Nellie, Charles, Fannie, Martha, Lydia, William, Frank, Fred, Jane, James, Media and Almetia)

CALDWELL, Washington J.: m'd 1842 SULLINS, Cynthia

CALDWELL, William (1824- )

"CALDWELL, WILLIAM--Born in Virginia in 1824; his first residence in Oregon was in Yamhill County. His present residence is four miles north of McMinnville, and occupation, farmer. He married Mary E. Hathaway in 1866, and their children s names are Melissa, Malinda, and M. Floyd. Mr. Caldwell served with Captain Fowler s company under Colonel Ross in the Indian war of 1853." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 754]

CALHOON, David (1824- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Margaret

CALHOON, John (1796- ):

CALHOON, Margaret M.: m'd 1848 CALHOON, David; maiden name unknown at this time

CALLISON, Gilmore:

CALLISON, John ( -1852): died on trail

CALLISON, Nancy (1812-1852): m'd 1840 BROWNING, Edmund; died on trail

CALLISON, William T. (1832- ):

CALVERT, Elizabeth: m'd 1842 CALVERT, Mark; maiden name unknown at this time

CALVERT, Mark (1820- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Elizabeth

CAMERON, Theodore (1830-1914):

CAMPBELL, Andrew  W. ( -1852): died on trail
CAMPBELL, Benjamin:

CAMPBELL, C. ( -1852): died on trail

CAMPBELL, Elizabeth M.: m'd 1840 CAMPBELL, John; maiden name unknown at this time

CAMPBELL, Emma E. (1848-1883):

CAMPBELL, George ( -1916):

CAMPBELL, George S. (1840- ): m'd 1880 JACK, Amelia

"CAMPBELL, GEORGE S.--Was born in Illinois in 1840; at twelve years of age came to Oregon; settled six miles south of Hillsboro on M farm, and still resides there; is a farmer and blacksmith by occupation. He married Amelia Jack in 1880, and they have one child named Mintie."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 754]

CAMPBELL, John (1801- ):

CAMPBELL, John (1817- ): m'd 1840 [   ], Elizabeth M.

CAMPBELL, John E. (1799- ): m'd c1824 [   ], Nancy

CAMPBELL, Levi (1836-1890):

CAMPBELL, Margaret Jane: m'd FINLEY, James Washington

CAMPBELL, Marshall:

CAMPBELL, Mary: m'd 1821 CAMPBELL, John

CAMPBELL, Mary ( -1852): died on trail

CAMPBELL, Mary: d/o Andrew W. Campbell; helped found the town of McCloud, CA

CAMPBELL, Nancy: m'd c1824 CAMPBELL, John E.; maiden name unknown at this time

CAMPBELL, Susan: m'd JACKSON, [   ]

CAMPBELL, Teresa J. (1846-1927): m'd CAMPBELL, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CAMPBELL, W. C. (1842- ):

"CAMPBELL, W. C.--Born in Illinois in 1842; on his arrival in Oregon he settled six miles south of Hillsboro; now resides at Gaston, a blacksmith and wagon-maker by occupation. He married Margaret W. Hill in 1869, and they have one child named George O."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 754]


CANADAY, Henry (1807- ): m1. 22 Oct 1828 HUSSEY, Drucilla; m2. 1850  (LININGS) Prouty, Mary; first wife died in 1849 and he married Mrs. Mary (Linings) Prouty 20 Dec 1850 IA

CANADAY, John: s/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANADAY, Joshua Walter: s/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANADAY, Louisa Etta: m'd RICE, Ica F.; d/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANADAY, Madison (1831-1918): m'd ABBOTT, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANADAY, Mary Emily: m'd MARSH, Henry S.; d/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANADAY, Nathan: s/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANADAY, William Riley (1829- ): s/o Henry and Drucilla (Hussey) Canaday

CANN, Thomas M. ( -1916):

CANNON, Jane: m'd c1832 CANNON, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

CANNON, Thomas (1806- ): m'd c1832 [   ], Jane

CANNUTT, Alexander (1822- ): m'd 1842  [  ], Sally

CANNUTT, Sally: m'd 1842 CANNUTT, Alexander; maiden name unknown at this time

CANNUTT, William (c1828- ):

CANTY, Catherine (1812-1894): m'd 1836 EGAN, Patrick

CAPLES, Henry Rush (1851-1926):

CARBARY, William (1816- ):

CARDWELL, Byron Perrin (1832-1903): m'd 02 Apr 1856 CLARKE, Abigail M. s/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; born 03 Mar 1832 Springfield, Sangamon Co, IL; settled Corvallis, Benton Co, OR and then moved to Portland, Multnomah Co, OR where he died 26 Nov 1903; raised blooded horses and cattle in Benton Co, opened a photography studio in Portland and was appointed a Deputy Collector of Revenue in 1861 by President Lincoln; served a number of years as the police commissioner of Portland and in 1894 was elected to the State Legislature;  (father of  two children (Alice and Dr. Herbert W.)

CARDWELL, Charles H. (1852-1935); s/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; born 24 Mar 1852 Morgan Co, IL; died 17 Feb 1935 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

CARDWELL, James Robert Dr. (1830-1916): m1. 09 Sep 1863 ATWOOD, Marion; m2. 09 Sep 1866 BLOOMFIELD, Cornelia Nellie; m3. 1895  HARRINGTON WHITNEY, Mae; s/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; settled in Portland, Multnomah Co, OR where he was a well known dentist and horticulturist.

CARDWELL, Martha Angeline (1839-1902): m1. 28 Dec 1854 BARNHART, James; m2. DALTON, Frank d/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; born 22 Feb 1839 IL and died 07 May 1902 OR

CARDWELL, Mary E. (1836-1875).: m'd 09 Oct 1853 COLE, George Edward; d/o William and Mary (Biddle) Cardwell; born 13 Oct 1836 IL and died 10 Feb 1875 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of two children (Ella and George Frederick)

CARDWELL, Orlena M. ( -1906): m1. 06 May 1855 JOHNSON, Charles F.; m2. 27 Jun 1863 MURRAY, George W; d/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; born 18 Dec 1834 Springfield, Sangamon Co, IL and died 09 Sep 1913 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of  Lillie Cora Johnson

CARDWELL, Richard H. (1843-1926): m'd 03 Feb 1870 YOUNG, May J.; s/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; born 19 Jul 1843 Macoupin Co, IL; died 07 Sep 1926 Multnomah Co, OR

CARDWELL, William B. (1841-1883): s/o William and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell; born 18 May 1841 Macoupin Co, IL; died 10 Feb 1883 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

CARDWELL, William Lee (1810-1863]: m'd 15 Dec 1829 BIDDLE, Mary Ann; s/o Perrin and Elizabeth (Worsham) Cardwell; born 22 Dec 1810 Luenburg Co, VA; settled in Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; died 09 Oct 1863 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of nine children (James Robert, Byron Perrin, Orlena M., Mary E., Martha Angeline, William B., Richard H., Charles H. and Ida)

CARLAND, Daniel (1795- ): m'd 1818 [   ], Rebecca

CARLAND, Rebecca: m'd 1818 CARLAND, Daniel; maiden name unknown at this time

CARN, Martha Maria: m'd 1849 CARN, William; maiden name unknown at this time

CARN, William: m'd 1849 [   ], Martha Maria

CARNAHAN, J. William (c1823- ):

CARRINGTON, Prudy: m'd 1822 COAKLEY, John


CARRUTHERS, Elizabeth: m'd CRAFTS, [ ]; d/o Richard and Mary Carruthers

CARRUTHERS, John ( -1851): s/o Richard and Mary Carruthers; died age 12  in Booneville, MO prior to emigration

CARRUTHERS, Mary Jane: m1. WOOD, [ ]; m2. PIKE, [ ]; d/o Richard and Mary Carruthers

CARRUTHERS, Richard ( -1896): m'd FAINT, Mary; crossed the plains in 1852, stopped for a period of time in Portland, OR and then removed to Pacific County, WA where they settled; had three more children after arriving in Oysterville; died in Oysterville in 1896

CARRUTHERS, Robert: m'd HUNTER, Harriet; s/o Richard and Mary Carruthers

CARRUTHERS, Sarah Ann: m'd HUNTER, John; d/o Richard and Mary Carruthers

CARSON, Catherine: m'd 1829 CARSON, Hugh; maiden name unknown at this time

CARSON, Hugh (1802- ): m'd 1829 [   ], Catherine

8) CARTER, Amos Henry (1842-1926): m'd CONNER, Eliza Ann; s/o Robert and Eleanor (Howard) Carter; born 27 Jun 1842 Cedar, VanBuren Co, IA and died 30 May 1926 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Noble Cemetery, Newberg, Yamhill Co, OR; father of 3 children (Bonita Estella, Robert Amos and Roy Elmer)

CARTER, Benjamin (c1827- ):

CARTER, Elinor: m'd 1841 CARTER, Felix W.; maiden name unknown at this time

CARTER, Elizabeth ( -1852): m'd BUFF, Joseph; died on trail leaving 4 children

CARTER, Felix W. (1820- ): m'd 1841 [   ], Elinor

CARTER, Isaac L. (1836-1917):

CARTER, John H. (1830- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Nancy E.

CARTER, Louise Uzaforage (1840-1920): m'd CARTER, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CARTER, Martha Jane (1820-1890 ): m'd 1837 SEARS, Carroll Jackson

CARTER, Mary Elizabeth ( -1854): m'd 1839 BRATTAIN, Jonathan Hill

8) CARTER, Miranda Jane (1850-1929): m'd 1878 HINKLE, William Lewis; d/o Robert and Eleanor (Howard) Carter; born 08 Aug 1850 VanBuren Co, IA and died 26 Dec 1929 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; no known children; twin of Miranda Jane Carter; both girls were only a year old when their father died and later took on the surname of their step-father, Charles Adams.

CARTER, Nancy E.: m'd 1852 CARTER, John H.; maiden name unknown at this time

8) CARTER, Robert (1818-1852): m'd c1841 HOWARD, Eleanor; Robert died on June 18, 1852, five days west of Ft. Kearney (party traveled north side of river); father of 4 children (Amos Henry, William RIce, twins-Samantha Ann and Miranda Jane).

8) CARTER, Samantha Ann (1850-1941): m'd Sep 1876 FRENCH, Daniel Mead; d/o Robert and Eleanor (Howard) Carter; born 08 Aug 1850 VanBuren Co, IA and died 05 Aug 1941 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried IOOF Cemetery, The Dalles, Wasco Co, OR; mother of 5 children (Elizabeth Eleanor, Walter M., Paul Millard, Ruth Constance and an Infant); twin of Miranda Jane Carter; both girls were only a year old when their father died and later took on the surname of their step-father, Charles Adams.

8) CARTER, William Rice (1845-1909): m'd [   ], Mary; s/o Robert and Eleanor (Howard) Carter; born 19 Mar 1845 VanBuren Co, IA and died 15 Jul 1909; buried Noble Cemetery, Newberg, Yamhill Co, OR; father of 3 children (Ranna, Lena and Rodney)

CARTER, William (1793- ): m'd 1828 SYLVESTER, Rebecca

CARTER, William B. (1831- ):

CARTWRIGHT, Charles M.: m'd 1887 TERWILLIGER, Charlotte Ann

CARTWRIGHT, Elizabeth (1843-1865): m'd COOPER, Philemon; d/o James and Mary (Ingram) Cartwright

(1820-1891): m'd 17 Jul 1841 INGRAM, Mary Jane

CARUS, ? ( - ): m'd ,

CARVER, Isophena: m'd 1843 WALKER, Jesse F.

CARY, Abner J (1834-1904): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Armenius (1801-1887): m'd JAMES, Annie s/o Kemp & Rebecca (Butler) Cary; born 1 Jun 1801 Richmond, Chesterfield, VA; died 20 Feb 1887 Prineville, Crook, OR

CARY, David (1836-1903): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Dorothy Ann (1841-1873): d/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, George W. (1850-1920): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, James Tolbert (1847-1932): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Mary Jane (1845-1915): d/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Miles (1826-1906): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Peter Minor (1843-1927): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Robert (1829-1903): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, Thomas Benton (1839-1891): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

CARY, William Henry (1832-1871): s/o Armenius and Annie (James) Cary

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CASEBEER, Samuel: m'd 1847 BROWN, Jemima; emigrated from Cedar County, IA; came via Barlow Road and settled in Douglas County taking up DLC #90 at present day Roseburg

CASON, U.W. ( -1914):

CASTLE, Judson ( -1852): died on the trail of cholera; brother of Emily Castle listed above

CASTON, Rev.:

CATES, Polly: m'd 1823 HILL, Claiborne;

CATLIN, Sarah C. (1846-1923): m'd CATLIN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CATRON, Jonathan (1825- ): m'd 1853 SHELTON, Alvira

"CATRON, JONATHAN--Born in Missouri in 1825; settled in Yamhill County immediately after his arrival in Oregon; moved to Polk County in 1860; owned a farm- near Monmouth. In 1853 he married Miss Alvira Shelton and they had seven children Laura, Walter, Alice, Edgar, Eugene, Lulu (deceased), and Lora." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 754]

CAVINERS, Wesley W. (c1847-1931):

CAYWOOD, James C. (1817- ):

18) CHAMBERLAIN, J.B. (1822-1852): m'd [   ], Mary; he joined at Peioria, IL; an Episcopal minister who died 10 May 1852 at St. Joseph, MO; father of two year old son, Sherrill; it is assumed that if his family was with him that they turned back.

CHAMBERS, Aaron (1809- ): m'd 1841 MANNING, W. Ann

CHAMBERS, William (c1837-1930):

CHAMBREAU, Barbara (1837-1927): m'd CHAMBREAU, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CHANCE, James (1844- ): s/o Samuel and Cecelia (Comiskey) Chance; shown in 1850 census, may have died on trail

CHANCE, John Marion (1839- ): s/o Samuel and Cecelia (Comiskey) Chance

CHANCE, Samuel S. (1811-1852): m'd 07 Dec 1835 COMISKEY, Cecelia Elnora; father of 9 children; died near Ft. Laramie during emigration

CHANCE, Sarah E. (1850- ): s/o Samuel and Cecelia (Comiskey) Chance; shown in 1850 census, may have died on trail

CHANCE, William Greene (1849-1919): s/o Samuel and Cecelia (Comiskey) Chance

CHANEY, John M.:

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CHAPMAN, Enoch ( -1896):
CHAPMAN, Hannah Elizabeth (1833-1920): m'd 1851 MARCY, William Colwell; d/o Jesse and Mahala (Hardesty) Chapman; died at Santa Barbara, CA
CHAPMAN, Henry Lensen (1831-1902): m1. 1851 WOODRUFF, Sarah Leonora; s/o Jesse and Mahala (Hardesty) Chapman; died at Oakland, CA

CHAPMAN, Isaac Newton (1838-1914): m'd 1868 DUDLEY, Harriet June; s/o Jesse and Mahala (Hardesty) Chapman; died at Alameda, CA

CHAPMAN, Jesse James (1836-1910): m1. PRINCE, Mary Ann; m2. WOODRUFF, Mary Eliza; s/o Jesse and Mahala (Hardesty) Chapman; died at Tacoma, WA

CHAPMAN, Jesse Smith (1799-1853): m1.  1817 Wallace, Elizabeth; m2. 1823 HARDESTY, Mahala; s/o William and Hannah (Smith) Chapman.  Jesse and his family left from Platteville, WI.  He was the father of 11 children, 3 by his first wife (Nancy, Elinor, Lemuel) and 8 by his second wife (Infant son, Mary Ann, William Smith, Nelson Baker, Henry Lensen, Hannah Elizabeth, Jesse James, Isaac Newton).  Kesse died at Portland, OR.  

CHASE, William (c1827- ):

CHASTAIN, William (1831- ): may be emigrant of 1855

CHEADLE, Eveline: m'd 1849 CHEADLE, Raphael; maiden name unknown at this time

CHEADLE, Raphael (1829- ): m'd 1849 [    ], Eveline

CHENOWETH, John (1827-1872): m'd 1849 DIXON, Melinda

CHESHER, James T. (1824- ): m'd c1846 MCCONNELL, Susan

CHILDERS, Henry Marion (1836-1914): m1. 1862 MAUPIN, Sarah Elizabeth; m2. c1883 PAIR, Jane; m3. c1901 MANN-JACKSON, Helen Mrs.; s/o Thomas and Polly (Hinton) Childers

CHILDERS, Sarah Elizabeth (c1843-1886): m'd 1858 RICHARDSON, Richard Clayton; d/o Thomas and Polly (Hinton) Childers

CHILDERS, Thomas Griffin (1810-1885):  m1.  1813 HINTON, Polly Ann Mary; m2 1850 MITCHELL, Nancy Jane; s/o William and Elizabeth (Graham) Childers;  it is believed that a son, Albert (1835-?) died prior to emigration

CHILDERS, Victoria Winston Valicia (c1839-1917): m'd 1855 BROWN, Simpson S.; d/o Thomas and Polly (Hinton) Childers

CHIPMAN, John (1828- ): m'd 1851 DAVIS, Amanda M.

CHIPMAN, Marshall M. (1822- ):

CHITTENDEN, William Lyman (1833-1914):

CHRISTIAN, Robert:

25) CHURCH, H.:

CHURCH, Harriet M. (1833-1925): m1. c1852 RANDALL, David G.; m2. c1857 ALLEN, Andrew Jackson; d/o Stephen and Jerusha (Herrick) Church; Harriet was born 20 Jul 1833 NY and died 03 Jun 1925 Umatilla Co, OR; mother of  two children by first husband (Mary A. and William); mother of five children by second husband (Sarah Bell, Lewis N., Almeda Harriet, Edwin S., and John A.)

CHURCH, Nathaniel (1814- ):

CHURCHILL, Alexander H. ( -1914):

CISCO, A.:

(1819-1859): m'd 17 Apr 1834 IRVINE, Elizabeth Hadley; s/o Thomas and Mary (Mason) Claggett

(1813-1902): m'd 03 Jul 1832 IRVINE, Mary South; s/o Thomas and Mary (Mason) Claggett; emigrated with 2 wagons, 7 yoke of oxen and some cows

CLAGGETT, Charles S. (1835-1899): m'd 1879 STEPHENS, Phebe A.; s/o Benjamin and Elizabeth (Irvine) Claggett; father of 1 child (Elizabeth)

CLAGGETT, Elizabeth A. (1844-1858): never married; d/o Charles and Mary (Irvine) Claggett

CLAGGETT, Elizabeth Sophronia (1847-1939): m'd 1868 KERNS, Samuel Flemming; d/o Benjamin and Elizabeth (Irvine) Claggett;

CLAGGETT, Jesse Irvine (1841-1929): m'd 25 Dec 1859 BROWN, Nancy E.; s/o Benjamin and Elizabeth (Irvine) Claggett; father of 5 children (George Woodford, Sarah C., Benjamin F., Harriet E. and Frances S.)

CLAGGETT, John Benjamin (1850-1864): never married; s/o Charles and Mary (Irvine) Claggett; died when accidentally shot himself when out hunting

CLAGGETT, Martha Orena (1848-1884): m'd 21 Aug 1870 SAVAGE, Henry H.; d/o Charles and Mary (Irvine) Claggett; mother of 5 children (Mary Eugenia, John Claggett, Leon Crawford, Ennis Henry and Charles); died of broken neck when thrown from her horse

CLAGGETT, Mary (1837-1908): m'd 1856 KELLY, Arthur; d/o Benjamin and Elizabeth (Irvine) Claggett; mother of 6 children (William, Jane, Araminta, Mary and 2 unknown)

CLAGGETT, Margaret Ann (1838-1908): m'd 12 Sep 1854 WING, Martin; d/o Benjamin and Elizabeth (Irvine) Claggett; mother of 14 children (Charles William, Milton Irving, Leonidas Alonzo, Stephen, James Edward, Rose Ella, Emma Alice, Martha, Mary Elizabeth, Frank L., Harriet Ann, Dollie May, Samuel Patrick Henry and Joseph)

CLAGGETT, Mary Margaret (1835-1879): m'd 21 Dec 1854 MCNARY, Hugh Linza; d/o Charles and Mary (Irvine) Claggett; mother of 10 children (Mary Elizabeth, Sarah E., Martha, Eliza N., Harriet R., John Hugh, Ella, James, Charles L.and Julia M.)

CLAGGETT, Robert A. (1844-1858): s/o Benjamin and Elizabeth (Irvine) Claggett

CLAGGETT, Sarah Ann "Sallie" (1838-1895): m'd 31 Aug 1854 PUGH, John M.; d/o Charles and Mary (Irvine) Claggett; mother of 8 children (Charles W., Mary J., Robert A., Ella A., Agnes, John, Delman and Martha Elva)

CLAGGETT, William D. (1840-1911): m1. HENNESS, Ella; m2. 03 Dec 1871 PARRISH, Eliza J.; m3 1905 MCFARLAND, Elizabeth JACOBS (divorced 1908); s/o Charles and Mary (Irwin) Claggett; father of 2 children by first wife (Anna May and Iva Ellen); father of  9 children by second wife (Mary Amelia, Charles William, Archibald, Thomas, Clyde Cook, Benjamin Lloyd, Margaret, Harriet and Georgie D.)

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CLARK, Alexander Carroll (1829-1886): m'd 1849 BAKER, Eliza Jane; s/o James and Harriett (Stinson) Clark; descended from a prominent Revolutionary War family; educated in IA; although he settled briefly in Marion Co, OR he spent the majority of his life in Cowlitz County where he engaged in farming and cattle raising; fought in Indian uprisings in Washington territory

1) CLARK, Alvin Capt.(1818- ): m1. 30 Aug 1823 GIBBS, Laurinda; m2. c1850 Moore MILLER, Mary; m3. SIMPSON, Effariah "Effie"; led party to Oregon; wife was widow of William M. Moore; went on to Benton Co; wife and one child died on trail of mountain fever

CLARK, Amanda ( -1906): m'd BACON, [   ]

(1819-1852): m'd SANDERS, Tabitha; Benjamin, his wife and one son died on the trail in Idaho of cholera

1) CLARK, Bertha Rosetta (1818-1886): m'd 21 Aug 1833 ; d/o John and Anar (Gibbs) Clark

1) CLARK, Dewitt: s/o Alvin and Laurinda (Gibbs) Clark

1) CLARK, Emeline: d/o Alvin and Laurinda (Gibbs) Clark

CLARK, Frances V. R.: m'd CLARK, William; maiden name unknown at this time

1) CLARK, Hannah: d/o Alvin and Laurinda (Gibbs) Clark

1) CLARK, Helen Clara (1852- ): d/o Alvin andMary (Miller) Clark

1) CLARK, Henry Clarence (1851- ): s/o Alvin andMary (Miller) Clark

CLARK, Hester A. (1837-1915) m1. 1864 BERRY, Franklin K.; m2. 13 Feb 1872 MURRAY, Isaiah G.; d/o and Tabitha (Sanders) Clark

1) CLARK, Howard: s/o Alvin and Laurinda (Gibbs) Clark

CLARK, J. D. ( -1852): died on trail

CLARK, James A. (1786- ):

CLARK, James G. (1808- ):

CLARK, James T. (1829-1907): m'd 1863 YOUNG, Mary E. "Lizzie"

"CLARK, JAMES T.--Is a resident of Lebanon, Linn County, and a farmer. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1829; married Mary E. Young, and their children are Sciotha E., Ollie C., James T., Mary A., Viola L., and William E."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 755]

CLARK, Jane (1831-1917): m'd CLARK, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

1) CLARK, John (1836- ): s/o Alvin and Laurinda (Gibbs) Clark

CLARK, John J. (1840-1852) died on the trail in Idaho of cholera; s/o  and Tabitha (Sanders) Clark

CLARK, Mary ( -1852): m'd TILLOTSON, George

"TILLOTSON, GEORGE--Is a millwright and resides at Dallas, Polk County. He was born in New York in 1816; came to Oregon and settled at Oregon City. He married Mary Clark, who died on the plains in 1852.  In 1854 he was married to Eliuira Moore; their children's names are Ellen, William, Lemuel, and Eddie E." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 788]

CLARK, Nancy (1824-1917): m'd CLARK, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CLARK, Rachel: m'd 1833 CLARK, James G.; maiden name unknown at this time

CLARK, Reece (1844/7-1921): m1. 20 Nov 1867 RICHARDSON, Mary E.; m2. 17 Nov 1876 SMITH, Florence Luella; s/o and Tabitha (Sanders) Clark

CLARK, Richard ( - ):

CLARK, Sylvia D.: m'd 29 Jul 1843 DURHAM, D. O.

8) CLARK, Thomas: + family

CLARK, William ( -1852): m'd [   ], Frances V. R.

CLARK, William Edward (1834-1912): m'd 23 Dec 1855 TATUM, Lavina; s/o and Tabitha (Sanders) Clark; both parents died of cholera on the trail in Idaho

CLARK, W.J. (1836- ):

CLARKE, Abigail M. "Abbie" (1822-1914): m'd 02 Apr 1856 CARDWELL, Byron Perrin; born 22 Jul 1832 South Hadley, Mass; d/o William and Lucretia (Dexter) Clarke; was a teacher in Corvallis and then in Portland, where she died 22 May 1914; mother of  two children (Alice and Dr. Herbert W.)

CLARY, Children: children of Barbara Stephenson CLARY

CLARY, J. B. Capt ( -1862):

CLARY, J. C.:

CLARY, J. V.: with Kerns company

18) CLASON, John H ( -1852).: born in Maine, he joined at St. Joseph, MO; paid 0 to travel with Scott company.  He died August 30 on Burnt River.; "Mr. Clason, the young man who has been sick was still alive when we started this morning, was so near gone we did not wish to remove him.  We therefore left horses and a wagon, a tent and three men to attend him.  he came from the state of Maine, and joined us at St. Joe; he was highly esteemed among us.  Mr. Clason died one and a half hour later.  The men buried him at four o'clock and overtook the company at 9 o'clock [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5, Journal of Abigail Jane Scott p.119]

Note: There are a couple of different ways to spell Clawson and Clauson, both are used in association with our family, but Elizabeth Hurshaw Clawson�s tombstone has Clawson and this is the preferred spelling of the family now.

CLAWSON, David N. (1842-1910): m'd 1877 DENNY, Mary P.; s/o Ephraim and Elizabeth (Hurshaw) Clawson; born April 27, 1842 Fountain County, Indiana; married: January 19, 1877 to Mary P. Denny (1848-1906) in Columbia County, Washington; died: January 27, 1910 Columbia County, Washington; buried: Starbuck Cemetery, Staruck, Columbia County, Washington

CLAWSON, Ephriam (1820-1854): m'd 1832 HURSHAW, Elizabeth; born: 1810 Montgomery County, Ohio; married May 15, 1832 to Elizabeth Hurshaw in Fountain County, Indiana; died: June 9, 1854 on his DLC in Polk County, Oregon; buried on his DLC claim

 

CLAWSON, Catherine (1835-1924): m1. 1854 HARRIS, Abraham; m2. 01 Mar 1857 STANTON, Benjamin; d/o William Ephraim Clawson and Margaret Elizabeth Hushaw (Hoshaur, Hoshaw, Hurshaw) Clawson; Catherine was   b.27 Feb 1835 Fountain county, Iowa. Migrated with parents to Davis county, Iowa and in 1852 across the Oregon trail to Oregon. She married 1) Abraham Harris, a member of her wagon train and 2) Benjamin Stanton who she married 1 Mar.1857. She died 7 Jan.1924 at Walla Walla county, WA. She was the mother of Martha by her first husband and by Stanton she had six more children; Charles, Anna, Belle, Benjamin, Mary and Frank. Ben and Catherine were hotel keepers.  buried: Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Washington

CLAWSON, Hugh G. (1831- ): does not appear to be related to Ephraim Clawson family

(1848-1930): m'd 1865 STROUD, William A.; d/o Ephraim and Elizabeth (Hurshaw) Clawson; born: 1848 Davis County, Iowa; married: November 5, 1865 to William A. Stroud (1839-1920) in Polk County, Oregon; died: March 6, 1930 in Columbia County, Washington; buried: Newland Cemetery now called Pioneer Cemetery, Dayton, Washington  

 

CLAWSON, Martha (1833-1891): m'd 1853 BROWN, James Henry; d/o Ephraim and Elizabeth (Hurshaw) Clawson; born: October 2, 1833 Fountain County, Indiana; married: May 20, 1853 James Henry Brown (1821-1872)  Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon; married: John Carter in Columbia County, Washington; died: August 1891 Dayton, Columbia County, Washington  [)

 

CLAWSON, Milton E. (1845-1915): m1. 1879 MCKEY, Maria C.; m2. 1881 MCKEY, Sarah C.; s/o Ephraim and Elizabeth (Hurshaw) Clawson; born 1845 Fountain County, Indiana; married: June 22, 1879 to Maria C. McKey (1858-1880) in Columbia County, Washington; married: April 7, 1881 to Sarah C. McKey (1859-1925) in Columbia County, Washington; died: April 21, 1915 Hubbard, Marion County, Oregon

 

CLAWSON, Sophia (1839-1895): m'd 1855 ELWELL, Robert; d/o Ephraim and Elizabeth (Hurshaw) Clawson; born: September 30, 1939 Fountain County, Indiana; married: December 25, 1855 to Robert Elwell (1832-1900) in Polk County, Oregon; died: August 11, 1895 Columbia County, Washington; buried: Newland Cemetery, now called Pioneer Cemetery, Dayton, Washington

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CLAYTON, Ashford (c1826- ): m'd HARPER, Jemima; settled in Douglas Co; lost two children to illness on trail; wife also became ill; spent winter in Oregon City while wife regained health and then moved to Umpqua Valley in Feb 1853 where they settled

CLAYTON, George H. (1848-1852): s/o Ashford and Jemima Clayton; died of cholera just past Ft. Bridger in WY; buried in East Central Unita County

CLAYTON, Harriet C. (1851-1852): d/o Ashford and Jemima Clayton; died in Cascade Mountains of Oregon of yellow fever; buried near White River

CLEMENS, Hugh G. (1831- ):

CLEMENTS, H. C. (1834- ):

CLIFTON, Jane B.: m'd 1826 CLIFTON, John; maiden name unknown at this time

CLIFTON, John (1805- ): m'd 1826 [    ], Jane B.

CLINE, C. A. Dr. (1850-1926):

CLINE, Richard ( - ): m'd ,

CLINE, William M. (1829-1911): m'd 1853 FULLER, Orinda

CLINTON, Sarah ( -1915): m'd CLINTON, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CLOVER, Gefelia (1838- ): m'd O'KELLEY, Mr.; d/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover

CLOVER, Harriet (1848-1889): m'd CAVINESS, Wesley Walter; d/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover; died 05 June 1889 Umatilla Co, OR ; buried in Olney Cemetery, Pendleton, Umatilla Co, OR; mother of (Walter, Orval and Frank)

CLOVER, Isaac (1845 -c1905): never married; s/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover; moved from Linn Co in 1880 to Umatilla Co and by 1900 was in Wheeler Co

CLOVER, James (1842-1918): m'd [   ], Elvira;s/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover; died 13 Jul 1918 Kerry, Columbia Co, OR; buried Westport Cemetery, Columbia Co, OR; father of two children (Roy and Nellie)

CLOVER, Lousana (1834-1912): m'd 1853 DANNALS, James P.; d/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover; born 22 Jan 1834 IN and died 03 Aug 1912 Albany, Linn Co, OR; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR; mother of eight children (Lucy, Rosa, Frank, James C., Daisy E., Charles, Oscar P. and Laura Jane)

CLOVER, Mary Jane (1840- ): m'd HOWARD, John; d/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover;

CLOVER, Paul (1811-1874): m'd 10 Nov 1831 WILSON, Lucinda; settled in LInn County near Harrisburg; father of eight known children (William W., Lousana, James, Peter, Gefelia, Mary Jane, Isaac and Harriet); county commissioner and Justice of the Peace in Linn County

CLOVER, Peter (1836-c1879): m'd CARNS, Mary; s/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover; settled in Linn County; buried at West Point Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; father of three known children (Olive, Damon and Virgil)

CLOVER, William W. (1832-aft 1880 ): m'd CAVINESS, Mahala; s/o Paul and Lucinda (Wilson) Clover; father of three known children (Charles, Frederick and Harriet); settled in Linn County

CLYMER, Christian (1795-1877): m1.  24 Dec 1820 ROBBINS, Elizabeth Wolsey (VANCE)

CLYMER, Christian Jr. (1833-1879): m'd 1854 THOMPSON, Rachel;  s/o Christian and Elizabeth (Vance) Clymer

CLYMER, Lucinda (1827-1877): m'd GILMORE, Beverly Ward; d/o Christian and Elizabeth (Vance) Clymer

CLYMER, William (1831-1903): m'd 1859 THOMPSON, Margaret; s/o Christian and Elizabeth (Vance) Clymer

COAKLEY, Andrew (c1829- ):

COAKLEY, John (1800- ): m'd 1822 CARRINGTON, Prudy

COATS, Caroline: m'd 1851 COATS, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

COATS, John (1804- ):

COATS, Thomas (1823- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Caroline

COBURN, C. A. Mrs. (1839- ): m'd COBURN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

COCHRAN, Fannie L. (1839- ):

COCHRAN, James A. (1844-1916):

COCHRAN, John:

COCHRAN, Nancy (1810- ):

COCHRAN, Sarah M. ( -1875): m'd 1855 REDFORD, Edward

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COCKLEREESE, Mary Francis (1846- ): d/o Nathanil and Rhoda (Bonebrake) Cocklereese

COCKLEREESE, Nathanil: m'd BONEBRAKE, Rhoda

COCKLEREESE, Sarah (c1851- ): d/o Nathanil and Rhoda (Bonebrake) Cocklereese

COFFEY, Alexander L. (1831-1913):

COFFEY, Child 1 ( -1852): died on trail; c/o Thomas Coffey

COFFEY, Child 2 ( -1852): died on trail; c/o Thomas Coffey

COFFEY, Thomas C. (1815- ):

COFFIN, Ann: m'd 1845 COFFIN, Vestal W.; maiden name unknown at this time

COFFIN, Esther Jane: d/o Vestal and Ann Coffin

COFFIN, Sarah: d/o Vestal and Ann Coffin

COFFIN, Vestal W. Jr.: s/o Vestal and Ann Coffin

COFFIN, Vestal W. (1817-1854): m'd 1845 [    ], Ann

COFFMAN, George W. ( -1913):

COHEN, N. (1825- ):

COLBATH, Elijah J.: m'd HAYDEN, Gabriella

COLBERT, George F. (1826- ): m'd 1853 WHIPPLE, Edna A.

COLE, Byron (1825- ):

COLE, Chauncey (1813- ): m'd 1841 KEAN, Elizabeth

"COLE, CHAUNCEY --Is a joiner and farmer and resides at Scio, Linn County. He was born in Erie County, Pennsylvania, June 19, 1813; came from Iowa overland to Oregon; now owns half a section of land, a donation claim. Married Elizabeth Kean, a native of Virginia. Their children are Alonzo, Margaret Jane, James W., and Charles W."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 755]

COLE, John W. (1819- ): m'd 1852 COX, Mary; died on trail

COLE, John W. ( -1852): died on trail; same as above?

COLE, Josiah S. (1846- ):

COLE, Lydia: m'd 1849 COLE, Stephen; maiden name unknown at this time

COLE, Mark H. (1839- ):

COLE, Rufus (1823- ):

COLE, Stephen: m'd 1849 [   ], Lydia

COLLARD, Nancy Anne (1816-1903): m'd 1834 KENT, Lewis Dozier; d/o Charles and Nancy (Carnahan) Collard; settled in Polk Co; moved later to Douglas Co

COLLINS, Emily Rogers: m'd COLLINS, [   ]

COLLINS, J.W. (1831- ):

COLLINS, Mary: m'd AUSTIN, [   ]

COLLINS, Sarah A. ( -1913): m'd COLLINS, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

COLLVER, Alfred: see 1851

2a) COULTER, W. A.: [James Akin diary October 14, 1852; all leave the raft and go down the river in an Indian canoe except Uncle Stewart and W. A. Colter]

COLVIN, Caleb. F. (1825- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Caroline L.

COLVIN, Caroline L.: m'd 1843 COLVIN, Caleb F.; maiden name unknown at this time

COLVIN, Jane E.: m'd c1827 COLVIN, Thomas S.: maiden name unknown at this time

COLVIN, Thomas S. (1819- ): m'd c1827 [   ], Jane E.

COLWELL, William (1824- ):

COMBS, Jane ( -1913): m'd COMBS, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

COMBS, Robert G. (1829- ): m'd 1854 [   ], Julia

COMEGYS, Sarah (1849-1917): m'd COMEGYS, [   ]

COMPTON, Malinda (1836-1914): m'd COMPTON, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

COMSTOCK, Croesus Bonaparte (1828-1896): 1853 SCOGGIN, Martha Jane; some sources indicate he may have come first in 1845

CONEY, John B. (1821- ): m'd 1853 GRIFFITH, Mary M.

CONEY, Samuel T. (1832- ): m'd 1852 DONALDSON, Sarah E.

CONEY, Sarah Ellen (1846-1920): m'd LOGAN, [   ]

CONKWRIGHT, Mary Ann: m'd 1847 KOONTZ, Martin V.

CONLEE, James M. ( -1916):

CONLEE, James Wilson ( -1914):

CONN, Harrison S. (1845-1925):

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CONNELL, Thomas (c1850-1907): s/o William and Jane (Dyer) Connell

CONNELL, William (1822- ): m'd 1847 DYER, Jane; s/o Thomas Connell; born in County Cork, Ireland; took up donation land claim in Clackamas County; 1860 Wasco County, Oregon census shows William and Jane with children Thomas, c1850; Margaret, c1854; Emma, c1856 and Mary, c1858.

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3) CONNER, Elizabeth: m'd HEWETT, Abraham; d/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

3) CONNER, Hannah Jane: m'd 1849 DYKSTRA, Lubert Jacob; d/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

3) CONNER, Hiram:

3) CONNER, Jane: d/o Joseph Conner

3) CONNER, John (1820-1902): m'd DAVIS, Catherine Alvira; s/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

3) CONNER, Joseph H. Sr.:

3) CONNER, Joseph (1840- ):

3) CONNER, Martha: m'd ELLIS, [   ]; d/o Joseph Conner


3) CONNER, Mary (1823-1898): m'd 1841 METZKER, John; d/o Robert and Nancy Ann (Maxon) Conner

 

3) CONNER, Milton: s/o Joseph Conner


3) CONNER, Rachel Mariah (1833-1853): m'd 1848 SYRON, John Fredrick; d/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

3) CONNER, Robert ( -1865): m'd MAXON, Nancy Ann; wife died in east prior to emigrating

CONNETT, Isaac (1840- ): m'd 1870 COOK, May E.

"CONNETT, ISAAC--Isaac, William L., and Jasper Connett, brothers, came to Oregon across the plains in 1852. The first named was born in 1840; the second in 1849, and the third in 1852. They are farmers and reside at Buena Vista, Polk County. Isaac Connett married May E. Cook in 1870, and has Eva A., Irena M., Elsie A., Rosetta E., and Bessie M. William married Harriet L. Cook in 1874, and has Laui;a B., Viola M., Ira W., Nettie L., Effie L., and Delina L."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 755]

CONNETT, Jaspet (1852- ):

CONNETT, Sarah: m'd 1839 CONNETT, T.; maiden name unknown at this time

CONNETT, T. (1809- ): m'd 1839 [   ], Sarah

CONNETT, William L. (1849- ): m'd 1874 COOK, Harriet L.

27) CONNOR, James A. (1837-1911): s/o James and Eliza (Risk) Connor

27) CONNOR, James Jr. (1804-1878): m1. 1828 RISK,Eliza Melvina; m2. 1843/44 MARTIN, Martha; settled on DLC in Linn Co

27) CONNOR, Joseph (c1831-aft 1880): s/o Jamesand Eliza (Risk) Connor

27) CONNOR, Malvina Amanda (1840-c1865): m'dWILLIAMS, John M.; d/o James and Eliza (Risk) Connor

27) CONNOR, Martha:

27) CONNOR, Milton J. (1845- ): m'd 1884JEFFRIES, Martha F.; s/o James and Martha (Martin) Connor

27) CONNOR, William Risk (1835-1919): m1. 1855BROWN, Susannah Elizabeth; m2. 1873 [ ], Sarah; s/o James and Eliza (Risk) Connor

CONRAD, David (1812- ): m1. CRUZAN, Lucy M.; m2. WOOLEN, McElvy

CONSTANT, Eliza Alice (1851-1866): d/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

CONSTANT, Elizabeth Merriman (1839-1900): m'd LEEVER, William Thacker d/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

CONSTANT, Isaac (1809-1890): m'd MERRIMAN, Lavinia; Isaac was originally a pioneer to OR in 1849; he took a claim under the Homestead Law and returned to IL in 1850, disposed of his property and with his family and neighbors emigrated to OR again in 1852 and settled in at Central Point; during a particularly hard winter he shared his crop of potatoes with the starving Indians of the area; during the Indian wars his kindness was remembered by the local tribes and his family was spared from harassment

CONSTANT, Josephine (1844-1845): d/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

CONSTANT, Julia Ann (1841- ): m'd OWENS, William A.; d/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

CONSTANT, Lavinia Jane (1834-1931): m'd ROBINSON, Jesse; d/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

CONSTANT, Margery Edmondson (1848-1931): m'd MAGRUDER, Constantine; d/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

CONSTANT, William Thomas (1836-1867): m'd BLEDSOE, Jessie; s/o Isaac and Lavinia (Merriman) Constant

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CONWAY, Clarinda: m'd MURRAY, Alexander Hamilton; settled in Clatskanie area in 1860s; buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Columbia Co, in unmarked grave

CONWAY, Nancy: m'd GREVE, [   ]

CONYERS, Enoch W. (1828 -1933): m'd 1853 [   ] , Hannah C.

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. (1826-1896): never married; s/o John McConnell and Nancy Elizabeth (Morton) Cook

“Andrew J. Cook: lives on Applegate; is a farmer and stock grower; post-office, Applegate; was born in Blunt (sic-Blount) county, Tenn; came to state in 1852 and to county in 1861.”  [History of Southern Oregon by Albert Walling p. 508]

COOK, Aseneth: m'd 1846 COOK, Henry; maiden name unknown at this time

COOK, Beckwith: see 1851

COOK, Henry (1817- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Aseneth

COOK, Isaac (1828- ):

COOK, James Wilson (1827-1914): m'd 01 Nov 1854 OLDS, Sarah M.

"COOK, JAMES W.--Born in Syracuse, New York, in 1827; in 1832 was taken to Branch County, Michigan; in 1852 he came to Oregon and settled at Lafayette, Yamhill County. His present place of residence is at McMinnville, and his occupation farming and stock-raising. He married Sarah M. Olds, in Lafayette, November 1, 1854, and their children s names are Meldora R., Wilbur M., A. D., Lyman, and Bessie R."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 755]

COOK, John F. (1828-1899): m'd 1860 PROSSER, Esther A.

COOK, Martha: ( -1930): LOGSWORTH, [   ]

COOK, Osmer White: see 1851

COOK, Perry (1828- ):

(1833-1919): m'd 20 Feb 1853 WOOLDRIDGE, Almira Ann; s/o John McConnell and Nancy Elizabeth (Morton) Cook; emigrated in 1852, wintered over in Salt Lake Valley, Utah where he married his wife and continued on to Oregon in 1853, arriving in June 1853

“Robert A. Cook: lives on Foot's creek; is a miner and farmer; P. O. address Draper: was born in Blunt county, Tenn. 1833; came to state 1853, to county 1859: married Feb., 20,1853 to Almira Wooldridge; children, Sarah E. (dec), John A., Wm. A., Thos. J. Robert L. and Mary E.” [History of Southern Oregon by Albert Walling p. 502]

 

COOK, Seley Mansfield: see 1851

COOK, Sidney:

COOK, Thomas T.: m'd Cook PROSSER, Esther A.; m'd brother, John's widow

COOK, William B. (c1824- ):

COOKE, Martha Jane: m'd 1845 COOKE, William W.; maiden name unknown at this time

COOKE, William W. (1818- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Martha Jane

COOLEY, Mary Ann ( -1852): m'd 1844 STORMER, Isaac; second wife of Isaac Stormer; died on trail

11) COON, Cornelia Evelyn: d/o Thomas and Polly (Crandall) Coon; father had emigrated in 1850; her and her mother traveling with her grandparents to OR to be reunited with him

11) COON, Samuel: half brother of Thomas L. Coon


COOPER, Alexander W. (1847- ): s/o James and Hester (Moxley) Cooper

COOPER, Harbin Miles (1829-1904): m'd STEWART, Ann Jane; s/o Lewis and Mary (Lindsay) Cooper

COOPER, James (1824-1891): m'd 1850 EVANS, Sena Ann; emigrated in the Evans Train; settled in Benton Co; father of Thomas H., Nancy A., Francis Marion, George W., Mary F. and Robert

COOPER, James Lindsay (1824-1864): m'd 1843 MOXLEY, Hester Ann; s/o Lewis and Mary (Lindsay) Cooper

COOPER, John Robert (1836- ): m'd 1864 WILLIAMS, Lavilla; s/o Louis and Mary (Lindsay) Cooper; father of Roselia, Lillian, John A., Pearl, Earl, Ivy and Lavilla

"COOPER, JOHN R.--Born in Sangamon County, Illinois, in 1837; left that State in 1840, and resided the next twelve years in Missouri; came to Oregon by ox -train; settled in Marion County. Served in the Rogue River Indian war for six months. Married in 1864 Miss Williams, and has four children John, Pearl C., Rosella, and Lillian. Postoffice address, Independence."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 756]

COOPER, John W. Robert (1850-1914): m'd 1874 MULKEY, Emaline Reed; s/o James and Hester (Moxley) Cooper; John died Chehalis, WA

COOPER, Julia Ann (1832- ): MATNEY, [ ]; d/o Lewis and Mary (Lindsay) Cooper

COOPER, Lewis/Louis (1796 -1875): m1. 1823 LINDSAY, Mary Polly; m2. 1853 KEIFFER, Christina Jane (Christina Jane Kieffer Tate Moon Cooper was widowed three times); Lewis died at Cooper Hollow, Polk Co, OR

COOPER, Mary Frances (1844-1882): m'd MATNEY, James Madison; d/o James and Hester (Moxley) Cooper; died Eagle Point, Jackson Co, OR 

COOPER, Minerva Jane (1849-1936): m'd ROUNDTREE, Patrick; d/o James and Hester (Moxley) Cooper

COOPER, Nancy: m'd 1849 COOPER, Perry; maiden name unknown at this time

COOPER, Perry (1825- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Nancy

COOPER, Thomas Harrison (1851- ): m'd  1875 SCOTT, Mary Louise; s/o James and Sena (Evans) Cooper; settled in Benton Co; father of Lewis E., Minnie E., Fred R. and George E.

COPE, Eliza: m'd 1832 MATHEWS, [   ]; mother of David C., Mary Jane, Ellen, Caroline, Andrew J., and Anna

COPP, Mary (1788-1871): m'd McCully, [ ]

 

COPPLE, John (1825- ):

COPPLE, Susan (1806-1878); m�d 1824 DIXON, James Baughman

CORBUS, Levina: m'd 1851 GANIARD, Peter

CORBY, Warren (1816-1903): m'd 1856 BIRD, Elizabeth Jane; was a cooper and member of the United Brethren Church; father of Charles William, Ella Parmelia, Nettie Harriet and Grant

CORNELL, Bertrand ( -1852): died soon after reaching Portland; cousin of William Cornell

CORNELL, William Rev. (1812-1891): m'd CASTLE, Emily; s/o Sylvanus and Sarah (Carpenter) Cornell; sent for his wife and 5 children in 1854; buried , Salem, Marion Co, OR [William Cornell's Journal, 1852, with His Overland Guide to Oregon [OHSQ Winter 1978]

CORNWELL, Francis (1833- ): mother died in 1843 leaving Francis and his 7 brothers parceled out to separate homes; Francis and his brother James left IA on foot with between them; at St. Joseph got positions as teamsters but ended up leaving the train with 6 companions at Ft. Boise when provisions ran low; left a story of hardships and starvation before arriving in Oregon

CORNWELL, James M. (1834- ):  mother died in 1843 leaving James and his 7 brothers parceled out to separate homes; James and his 19 year old brother Francis left IA on foot with between them; at St. Joseph got positions as teamsters but ended up leaving the train with 6 companions at Ft. Boise when provisions ran low; left a story of hardships and starvation before arriving in Oregon

CORVAN, Katherine ( -1925): m'd LIGGETT, [   ]

CORWIN, William (1814- ):

CORY, A. J. ( - ):

COSPER, David (1828- ): m'd 1858 FREDERICK, Martha J.

"COSPER, DAVID--Born in Ohio, October 29, 1828; came to Oregon and lived a short time in Yamhill County, but in 1853 went to Polk County arid has resided there since. Has been engaged in various occupations, namely farmer, druggist, grocer, and hardware dealer. Was a volunteer in the Yakima war and rose to the position of second lieutenant. Was elected sheriff in 1857 and served one term. Married Miss Martha J. Frederick in 1858, and seven children were born to them, four of whom are now living Harry B., Union Meade, Otis John, and Emmett D. Deceased Milton, Frank, and Amos B. Mr. Cosper s residence and postoffice address are Dallas."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 756]

COSTON, Alfred S. (1804- ): m'd 1826 PHETTEPLACE, Ruth

COTTRELL, James M. (1822- ): m'd 1845 CURL, Elizabeth

COUEY, John B. (1821- ):

COUEY, Sarah Ann: m'd 1852 COUEY, William; maiden name unknown at this time

COUEY, William P. (1823- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Sarah Ann

COUGLE, Abram (1832-1877): m'd MITCHELL, Betsy Ann; cut off for CA where he settled at Crescent City until an Indian uprising ran him out; he came to OR in 1853, later returning to IL where he remained until c1876 when he returned to OR with his family; 1880 Josephine Co cenus shows his wife as head of household

COVERDILL, Elizabeth: m'd 1835 COVERDILL, Hiram; maiden name unknown at this time

COVERDILL, Hiram: m'd 1835 [   ], Elizabeth

COWAN, Andrew (1814- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Nancy

COWAN, Nancy ( - ): m'd 1837 COWAN, Andrew

COWLS, John W. (1823-1896): m1. MARTIN, Lucretia; m2. Graves (BEWLEY) Lucy E.

"COWLS, J. W.--Born in Onondaga County, New York, in 1823. Came to Oregon in the winter of 1852-53; taught school in Lafayette and near McMinnville from 1852 to 1854; his wages were usually per month and board. No female teachers were employed here at that time, and when he began teaching there were only two schools in the county, and those were supported mostly by subscriptions paid at the rate of per quarter for each pupil. This veteran teacher taught the first school established at Monmouth, Polk County.  Judge Cowls became county auditor in 1855, at Lafayette, but continued to teach school, as the office did not pay much. He was married in 1861, to the widow of F. B. Martin, a member of the Territorial Legislature of 1852 and 1853. She came from Platte County, Missouri, in 1845. The Judge was first auditor, then county clerk on the State organization, and was next elected county judge, an office which he held for eight years. In 1871 he became state senator, but resigned after one session. He has also held the office of justice of the peace at sundry times, and has enjoyed popular confidence and esteem to an unusual degree." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 756-7]

COX, Ethan (1819- ): m'd 08 Sep1844 RYNER, Emeline

"COX, ETHAN--Born in Chatauqua County, New York, May 11, 1819. From New York he went to Ohio, and from there to Missouri. In 1852 he came to Oregon and worked for some time as painter in Portland, and in 1858 moved to Polk County, where he has since resided. Now owns property in old Independence, and is engaged in manufacturing the Champion Fruit Dryer, which was invented by W. C. Dougherty in Albany in 1881, and for which Mr. Cox has the sole agency for Benton and Polk counties. He was married to Miss Emeline Ryner, September 8, 1844, by whom one child was born, which died in infancy. Residence, Independence."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 757]

COX, Isabella: m'd 1852 COX, Jacob; maiden name unknown at this time

COX, Jacob (1832- ):

COX, Jacob (1834- ): m'd 1852 [    ], Isabella

COX, James (1815- ): m'd 1833 [    ], Sarah

COX, Mary: m'd 1852 COLE, John W.

COX, Mary Elizabeth (1814-1888): m'd 1831 MARLATT, Peter

COX, Sarah: m'd 1833 COX, James; maiden name unknown at this time

COX, Thomas (1825- ):

COY, Matthew (1830- ): m'd 1853 [   ], Matilda Ann

COYLE, Alexander : m'd EVERHARD, Helen; s/o James and Charlotte (Scott) Coyle

COYLE, Ellen: m'd VANWASSENHOV; d/o James and Charlotte (Scott) Coyle

COYLE, James (1817-1897): m'd 1842 SCOTT, Charlotte

CRABTREE, Mariah Jane: m'd c1837 CRABTREE, Zimri; thought to be a first cousin to her husband

CRABTREE, Zimri (1817- ): m'd c1837 CRABTREE, Mariah Jane; thought to be a first cousin to his wife

 
CRAIG, Daniel (12 May 1824-14 Feb 1879): m1. 19 Jun 1945 SWEM, Margaret; m2. 08 Mar 1853 PHILLIPS, Sarah Ann; s/o William and Margaret (Walters) Craig; appears to be no relationship to other Craigs in the 1852 emigration

29) CRAIG, Eliza Jane  (1843-1866), m'd 14 Dec 1851 WINN, John Hensley; d/o Ewing P. and Jemima Jane (Harper) Craig
29) CRAIG, Enos (1838-1852): s/o Ewing P. and Jemima Jane (Harer) Craig; died on trail 11 Aug/Oct 1852

29) . (10 Mar1809-18 Aug 1852):  m'd  1832 HARER, Jemima Jane (1817- 14 Aug 1852); died on the Snake River 4 days after death of wife leaving three children orphans; Capt of train until his death and then John Winn took over responsibility

29) CRAIG, Hester "Hettie" Almerinda (06 Apr 1840-02 Jun 1870):  m'd  11 Nov 1855  RICHARDSON, William Claybourne (1835-1908); d/o Ewing P. and Jemima Jane (Harer) Craig

29) CRAIG, John  William (23 Oct 1844-12 May 1933):  m'd  c1865 WOOD, Lydia  Ann  (1846-c1888);  s/o Ewing P. and Jemima Jane (Harer) Craig

29) CRAIG, Sarah  Elizabeth (11 Apr 1842-26 Jan 1894):  m'd 10 Dec 1855  GOODMAN, John B.  (1835-1929); d/o Ewing P. and Jemima Jane (Harer) Craig

CRAM, Chauncey C. (1823- ): m'd 1844 [   ], Sally Maria

CRAM, F. ( -1852): died on trail

CRAM, Sally Maria: m'd 1844 CRAM, Chauncey C.; maiden name unknown at this time

11) CRANDALL, Amanda (1838-1859): m'd HUTTON, John; d/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall; mother on one child [Ida]

11) CRANDALL, Daniel Webster (1835- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Jane; wife died on trail; s/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall

11) CRANDALL, Jane (c1835-1852): m'd 1852 CRANDALL, Daniel Webster; died in Idaho Aug 21, 1852

11) CRANDALL, Emily Jane Belle (1846-1882): m'd 1864 CRAWFORD, Henry; d/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall

11) CRANDALL, Luke S. (1843-1889): s/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall; grew up in OR but spent his adult life in CO

11) CRANDALL, Paul (1802-1889): m'd 24 Apr 1824 STILLMAN Sally; m2. SMITH, James Mrs.; s/o Silas and Rebecca (Beebe) Crandall; born at Waterford, CT; 1823 moved to Alleghany Co, NY; in later years moved to Salem to live with his daughter, Polly; where he died 09 Jan 1889; Paul and Sally are buried in  , Salem, Marion Co, OR

11) CRANDALL, Phoebe G. (1837-1857): m'd 25 Dec 1853 GEER, Isaac; d/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall

11) CRANDALL, Polly Lavina: m1.  01 Jan 1845 COON, Thomas L.; m2. 27 Sep 1855 PRICE, Stephen; first husband emigrated to CA in 1850 and moved into OR in 1851; Polly joined him at what is now Silverton in 1852; Thoas died in 1854; Polly and second husband moved to Salem in 1861; in later years they moved to Hood River where he died on 25 Sep 1896 and two years later Polly died on 22 Oct 1898; Polly is buried in Idlewilde Cemetery, Hood River, OR with her second husband

11) CRANDALL, William Ray; m'd Unknown, Jane; s/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall; turned back in 1852 and emigrated again in 1853; stopped at Salt Lake City in 1853 where his son, Buton died that winter

CRANE, Nancy: m'd 1827 BRYANT, Elihu G.

CRANSTON, Warren (c1826- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Susan A.

CRAVEN, Amanda Elizabeth (1822-1899); m 1838 ; born  03 Jun 1822  Fleming, Kentucky; died 27 Oct 1899  Linn, Oregon;  nurse midwife on the trail. She and Benjamin came with 8 children: Rezin, Margaret, Martha, Amanda, James, Mary, Benjamin F., and Priscilla. Burial: Franklin Butte Cemetery, Scio Linn Co.,Or, d/o John Cravens & Harriet Earle.

CRAVEN, Mary Ellen ( -1897): m'd 1850 MARSHALL, Alfred; settled in Linn Co; died and is buried at Eagle Rock, ID

29) CRAWFORD, Archibald B. (1849-aft 1870): s/o James and Lucinda (Harer) Crawford

 

CRAWFORD, Elizabeth "Eliza" (1802 -1870): m'd 1829 MOORE, Christopher Wilkinson; born near Dublin, Ireland; died September 26, 1870 Salem, Marion Co, OR

CRAWFORD, George Fisher Dr. (1818-1897): m'd 1848 GILMOUR , Mary Elizabeth; settled in Benton Co; buried at Sand Ridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

"CRAWFORD, GEORGE F.--Born in Grayson County, Virginia, in 1818; removed to Warren County, Illinois, in 1844; studied medicine and became a physician, and practiced for some time. Coming to Oregon he located in Albany, where he has remained ever since. Was chosen President of the Farmers Warehouse Company. Has twice represented Linn County in the Legislature. Was married in 1845, his wife's former name having been Miss Mary Ellen Gilmour. Their children's names are Georgians, James G., William W., Orville, and Helen. Mr. Crawford has extensive property interests in Linn County."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 757]

CRAWFORD, Georgia Ann (1846-1921): m1. 1864 HENDERSON, Phillip Pleasant; m2. 1872 DUGGER, Thomas L.; d/o George and Mary (Gilmour) Crawford

29) CRAWFORD, Infant (1851-1852): c/o James and Lucinda (Harer) Crawford; died on trail

CRAWFORD, James Gilmour (1850-1929): m'd 1871 MCDONALD, Clara Dillon; s/o George and Mary (Gilmour) Crawford; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR; wife was also an emigrant of 1852

29) CRAWFORD, James Thomas (1823-21 Dec 1900): m'd 27 Apr 1848 HARER, Lucinda; by 1880 was living in California

CRAWFORD, Jorasny (c1811- ): m'd 1833 [   ], Louisa

CRAWFORD, Louisa: m'd 1833 CRAWFORD, Jorasny; maiden name unknown at this time

CRAWFORD, Robert H. Dr. (1808-1890): m'd 1838 HENRY, Elizabeth M.

"CRAWFORD, R. H., M.D.--Lives in Brownsville, Linn County, and has long been a resident of that town, having the honor of being the first medical man in it. Graduated at the Medical College at Cincinnati in 1837.  Served eight years in the Oregon State Senate, taking his seat in 1866. Married Miss Elizabeth Henry, and their children are Thomas H. (city superintendent of the Portland public schools), Andrew B. deceased), Robert E., Elizabeth R., and Rovia."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 758]

CRAWFORD, Thomas Henry (1840- ): m'd 1864 CRANDALL, Emily B.; m2. 1891 GROUNDS, Eva; s/o Robert and Elizabeth (Henry) Crawford

"CRAWFORD, THOMAS H.--Born in Clarksburg, Indiana, June 24, 1840; son of the preceding; crossed the plains with his parents and settled near Brownsville, Linn County. Was educated at the Santiam Academy and the Willamette University; graduated from the latter in 1863. Profession, teaching. Married Miss Emily B. Crandall in 1864, who died in 1882. Residence, Portland."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 758]

16) CRESWELL, Donald Cargill (1830-1916): m'd 30 Nov 1851 RUSH, Mary Ann; s/o John and Mary Agnes (Boal) Creswell; born 22 Jan 1830 Tazewell Co, IL; settled in Marion County, where Creswell Canyon near Jefferson is named for him; was divorced in 1878; died 20 Mar 1916 Milton Freewater, Umatilla Co, OR; father of  six children (James Edwin, Donald Fulton, Mary Agnes, John Louis, Eva Prudence and Frederick Lincoln)

16) CRESWELL, Jabez Remick (1824 -1898): m'd 17 Apr 1852 GIBBS, Minerva A.;  s/o John and Mary Agnes (Boal) Creswell; born 25 Jul 1824 Jefferson Co, IN; settled initially in Marion County and later moved to Umatilla County; died 29 Nov 1898 Pendleton, Umatilla Co, OR; father of  nine children (James A., Martha A., John Isaac, D., J. Cargill, Thomas C., Addison G., Juniatti and Alfred B.)

16) CRESWELL,  Phoebe (1827-1863): m1. BENNETT, Thomas; m2. 1854 DELASHMUTT, John K.; d/o John and Mary Agnes (Boal) Creswell; born 02 Aug 1827 Franklin Co, IN; first husband died on trail in 1852; mother of three children by first husband (Dolly Agnes, Mary Elizabeth and John); mother of five children by second marriage (Josephine D., Millard Fillmore, Douglas, Clara Katherine and Elsworth Lincoln); died 02 Mar 1863 Polk Co, OR

CRESWELL, R. M. Capt:

CRIBBINS, William (1822- ):

CRIDER, Thomas ( -1852):

CRIST, Richard (c1827- ):

CRITTENDEN, Martha: m'd 1844 EVERSALE, William

CROBARGER, Susanna (1809- ): m'd 1834 BRADEN, Samuel Creswell

CROCKETT, Thomas (1826- ):

CROSLEY, Amanda Jane (1852-1932): m'd TETHEROW, James Polk Knox; d/o John C. and Ann (Bennett) Crosley

CROSLEY, Bennett (1817- 1869): m1. 1839 MELTON, Lucinda; m2. 11 Mar 1869 MCCANN, Susan (Cox); s/o John C. and Ann (Bennett) Crosley

CROSLEY, Nancy Jane (1849-1929): m'd 20 Apr 1865 TETHEROW, Solomon Southwood; d/o John C. and Ann (Bennett) Crosley

CROSLEY, Reuben P. (1846-1852): s/o Bennett and Lucinda (Melton) Crosley; died on trail 06 Aug 1852

CROSS, Caroline (1841-1907): Death of Pioneer Woman of Salem-- Salem, Ore � Sept. 3, Mrs. Caroline Wright, wife of John G. Wright of this city, died today at Seattle of heart failure. Deceased was a well-known and highly esteemed pioneer resident of Salem. Caroline Cross was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cross, and was born in Danville, Ill., in 1841. She crossed the plains with her parents in 1852, and lived in Salem since that time. In 1858 she was married to John G. Wright, a pioneer Salem merchant. She leaves two children, Mrs. Ella Rosenberg of Seattle and State Senator George S. Wright of McMinneville. She was a sister of William Cross of Portland, James Cross of Tacoma, Mrs. Edna [sic?] O'Donald of Salem and half-sister of E.C. Cross of Salem. [The Spokesman Review, Sept 6, 1907, Spokane, WA]

CROSS, Lorenzo D. (1822-1872): m'd 1848 FREEMAN, Dorcas

"CROSS, L. D.--Born in Ohio in 1822; was a minister of the Gospel. Died in Oregon City in 1872. Wife s previous name Dorcas Fairman. Children Caleb E., Jasper M., Harvey E., Thomas M., Martha J., Elinor E., William A., Truman, Charles W., and Frank A., of whom two are deceased Jasper M. and Martha J."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 758]

CROSS, Thomas

CROSS, William T. (1818- ):

CROUCH, Shipman H.:

CROW,m Abraham N. (1846-1898): s/o Michael and Harriet (Foley) Crow; born 22 Sep 1846 MO and died Aug 1898 OR

CROW, Benjamin Franklin (1835-1909): s/o John and Mary (Kent) Crow

CROW, Christina ( -1852): m'd CROW, Andrew; died on trail

CROW, David L. (1833-1868): m'd 08 Sep 1859 MITCHELL, Louisa; s/o Michael and Harriet (Foley) Crow; born 04 Mar 1833 Polk Co, MO and died 02 Dec 1868 Douglas Co, OR; father of 4 children (Albert James, Amanda Jane, Francis Marion and Robert William)

CROW, Elijah G. (1844- ): s/o Michael and Harriet (Foley) Crow; born 1844 MO

CROW, Elizabeth ( -1852): died on trail

CROW, Euphrates J. (1849-1913): s/o Michael and Harriet (Foley) Crow; born 22 Jul 1849 and died 06 May 1913

CROW, Francis Marion (1835-1917); s/o Michael and Harriet (Foley) Crow; born 29 Sep 1835 MO and died 06 Mar 1917 Lane Co, OR; buried Coles Valley Cemetery, Coles Valley, Douglas Co, OR

CROW, George W. (1848-1863):

CROW, Henry G. (1839-1911);  m1. 11 Jan 1870 BANNING, George Ann (1855-c1875); m2. Unknown; s/o Michael and Harriet (Foley) Crow; born 13 Jun 1839 MO and died 03 Nov 1911 Douglas Co, OR; father of 4 children by first marriage (Eldon A., Robert Emmitt, Michael Nathaniel and David G.)

CROW, John (1796-1869): m'd 1824 KENT, Mary McClure

CROW, John Hardy (1845-1928): m'd 1871 LANDRITH, Martha L.

CROW, Laura ( -1851):

CROW, Laura S. (1850-1903): m'd 1872 FOLSOM, Frederick W.; d/o John and Mary (Kent) Crow

CROW, Lucinda ( -1852): died on trail

CROW, Lucy Emeline (1842- ): m'd 1860 THOMPSON, William J.; d/o John and Mary (Kent) Crow

CROW, Michael N. (1798-1887): m'd 1834 FOLEY, Harriet S.; born 1798 MO and died 1887 Douglas Co, OR; buried Coles Valley Cemetery, Coles Valley, Douglas Co, OR; father of 9 children (David L., Francis M., Elizabeth J., Henry G., Elijah G., Abraham N., Euphrates J., Auzella Ophelia and Josephine Ella)

CROW, Nancy Jane (1831-1892): m'd 1848 NORRIS, Daniel

CROW, Richard "Dick" (1833-1916): m'd 1857 THRUSH, Sarah Jane; s/o John and Mary (Kent) Crow

CROW, Samuel T. ( -1852): died on trail

CROW, Sarah (1836-1926): m'd GIBSON, [   ]

CROW, Sarah Aroline (1837-1881): m'd 1856 COLEMAN, David Hesto

CROW, Susan C. ( -1852): died on trail

CROW, Thomas Nelson (1829-1899): m'd 1853 TRIMBALL, Susan B.

CROW, Whorton Henry (1826- ):

CROW, William M. (1838-1919):

CROW, William Nathan (1840-1907): m'd 1883 HARRIS, Lillie S.; s/o John and Mary (Kent) Crow

CROW, Zerelda (1826-c1850): m'd GORSLINE, William

CROWLEY, Louisa (1813-1855): m'd GAINES, Willis

CROWLEY, Matilda: m'd SHIELDS, James

CROWLEY, Samuel (1830- ):

CROWLEY, Sarah: m'd 1846 HAYTER, George

CROWLEY, Solomon Kimsey (1833-1915): m'd 1855 FULKERSON, Hannah Rebecca; father of Mary Virginia  (1857-1932); James Monroe (1859-1936); John F. (1861-1897); Nancy Jane (1863-1899); Solomon Holt (1866-1945); Manson Kimsey (1869-1946); Ada Beulah Catherine (1871-1943); Effie Lelah (1874-1951): Ora Priscilla (1878-1956)

"CROWLEY, SOLOMON K.--Born in Missouri in 1833, the son of John Crowley, one of the first white settlers of Northwestern Missouri. S. K. Crowley crossed the plains in 1852, and traveled considerably on the Pacific Coast. Was in the California mines, and bore a part in the Indian troubles. Settled in Polk County in 1855, and still lives there, farming at Oak Grove. Married in 1855 Miss Hannah R. Fulkerson, by whom he has nine children Mary V. (Mrs. W. Fawk), James M., John F., Nancy J., Solomon H., Manson, Ada B., Effie, and Ora P."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 758]

CROXTON, Elijah (1822- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Hester Ann

CROXTON, Hester Ann: m'd 1848 CROXTON, Elijah

CROXTON, Margaret (1838- ): m'd 1854 TUFFS, James Presley

CROXTON, Thomas (1817- ): m'd 1837 BOX, Hannah; came from Shelton Co, Stafford, England; settled near Salem, OR  in 1852; family later settled near Grants Pass; pictures of Croxton family hanging in foyer of Newman Church in Grants Pass        

CRUSE, Henry ( -1852): died on trail

CRUSON, George W. (1810- ):

CRUZAN, A. J.:

CRUZAN, Carolina (1847-1918): m'd CRUZAN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

CULLOCH, William ( - ):  

CULVER, William B. (1823-1890): m'd GLOVER, Louisa J.; arrived via ship

CUMMINS, Annie ( - ): d/o Erwin and Martha (Bird) Cummins

CUMMINS, Erwin C. S. ( - ): m'd BIRD, Martha Jane

CUMMINS, Steuben "Ben" ( - ): s/o Erwin and Martha (Bird) Cummins

CURL, Elizabeth: m'd 1846 COTTRELL, James M.


CURTIS, John (1813-1877): 06 Aug 1835 MOORE, Annie

"CURTIS, JOHN--Born in Kentucky January 7, 1813. Settled in Linn County, Oregon, in 1852. Was married August 6, 1835, to Miss Annie Moore, and by her his children are William, Robert, Elizabeth, Ellen, Mary A., Almira, James, Eliza, Laura and Katie. Mr. Curtis died April 2, 1877."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 758-9]

CUSTARD, Mary: m'd 1822 LITTELL, Thomas

CUTLER, Ed N. R:

DALE, Chauncey:

DALTON, Martha A. (1852-1913): m'd DALTON, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

DALY, D.H. (1837- ):

DANIEL, Francis M. (1826-1901): m'd GAINES, Mary Elizabeth

DANIEL, James (1830- ):

DANIEL, Rebecca: m'd TOMPKINS, William M.

DANNALS, James P. (1825-1911): m'd 1853 CLOVER, Lousana; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR; father of eight children (Lucy, Rosa, Frank, James C., Daisy E., Charles, Oscar P. and Laura Jane); prominent in Linn County history

DANSON, Andrew (1832- ):

DARBY, B. F. ( - ):

DARBY, James D. (1850-1927):

DARBY, J.P. (1847-1923): s/o Oliver and Louisa (Webb) Darby

DARBY, Oliver H. Perry (1825-1902): m'd 1844 WEBB, Louisa E.; s/o William and Ruth (Vier) Darby

DARBY, Samuel T. (1846-1913): s/o Oliver and Louisa (Webb) Darby

DARBY, Thomas C. (1849-1908): m'd JETER, Sarah A.; s/o Oliver and Louisa (Webb) Darby

DARBY, William H. (1852-1875): s/o Oliver and Louisa (Webb) Darby

DARBY, William: m'd VIER, Ruth

DARKILL, John:

DART, Charles B. (1820- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Isabella E.

DART, Isabella E.: m'd 1843 DART, Charles B.; maiden name unknown at this time

DAUGHERTY, Giles (1808- ): m1. 1854  [   ], Alsey; m2. 1861 HENDERSHOTT, Lydia

DAUGHERTY, Nathan K.:

DAUGHERTY, R. ( - ):

24) DAVENPORT, Elizabeth (1830- ): m'd 1848 JONES, Abraham

24) DAVENPORT, Jesse (1833- ):

DAVENPORT, Martha J. (1834-1926): m'd DAVENPORT, [    ]; maiden name unknown at this time

DAVIDSON, Carter Tarrant (1802-1882): m'd 08 May 1828 SHIRLEY, Elizabeth

"DAVIDSON, C. F. (sic-T)--Born in Kentucky in 1802 and moved to Illinois in 1830. Settled on the Luckiamute, Polk County, Oregon. Occupation, farm ing. Married Elizabeth Shirley. Children Amanda F. (Mrs.Linnville), Benjamin F.,Mary M., Margaret (Mrs. Allingham), M. A., Arabella, William M., Martha (Mrs. Stump), Isaac N., and Emma (Mrs. Washburn). Mr. Davidson died in 1881. His widow still survives."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

DAVIDSON, Franklin (1842-1927):

DAVIDSON, Green C. ( - ): m1. MILLION, Nancy; m2. 1878 Mary Brown in Clackamas Co; son of an English father who became a captain on the side of the US in the War of 1812, and a mother descended from a VA family; was a circus juggler in his youth and met his future wife while on the circuit in KY; an injury led him to give up juggling for farming and store keeping in IL; 1852 he and family crossed the plains to OR by horse teams; settled on French Prairie and suffered great losses from floods; wife died leaving six children; had two children by second marriage

25) DAVIDSON, Henry (1818- ): m'd 1840 MONTGOMERY, Sarah

"DAVIDSON, HENRY--Born, May 28, 1818, in Wayne County, Ohio; moved to Michigan, and in 1840 to Indiana; coming to Oregon he settled at Halsey, Linn County, and has since remained there. Is a farmer and stock-grower. Married, in 1841, to Sarah Montgomery, while in Fulton County, Indiana. Their children are Lucretia (now Mrs. Murphy), William M., Theodore B., Francis M. (deceased;, Thurston, and Mary E. (now Mrs. Nelson)."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

DAVIDSON, Isaac N. (1842- ): m'd 1865 DEMPSEY, C. E.; s/o Carter and Elizabeth (Shirley) Davidson

"DAVIDSON, ISAAC N.--Born in Illinois in 1842, and came with his father, C. F. (sic-T) Davidson, to Oregon, and has since lived in Polk County. Occupation, farming; residence, near Buena Vista. Married Miss C. E. Denipsey, in 1865. Children Dell, Nellie, and Chester."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

25) DAVIDSON, John P. (1818- ):

25) DAVIDSON, Lucinda (1842-1917): m'd MURPHY, [  ]

25) DAVIDSON, Margaret E. (1816-1887): m'd MASON,William

25) DAVIDSON, Margaret Jane (1835-1908): m'd 26Jun 1853 ALLINGHAM, David W.; d/o Carter and Elizabeth Davidson; Margaret was born Dec 1835 and died 12 Aug 1908 Linn Co, OR; the Allingham family is found in the census records for Polk Co, Linn Co, Crook Co and Lane County;  Margaret was the mother of nine children (Horatio M., Ora F., Isabella D., Loren E., Otha D., Carter T., Arthur G., Dollie V. and Laura)

25) DAVIDSON, Mary: m'd CUNNINGHAM, R.; d/o Henryand Sarah (Montgomery) DAVIDSON

25) DAVIDSON, Miranda (1847-1927): m'd DAVIDSON,[   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

25) DAVIDSON, Rebecca Lucretia (1842-1917): m'd 18 Nov 1863 MURPHY, Henderson Warren; d/o Henry and Sarah (Montgomery) Davidson; born Aug 1842 IN and died 20 Jul 1917 Linn Co, OR; buried IOOF Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; mother of 7 children (Sadie, John D., Omer, Nellie, Kate, Carried and Claud)

25) DAVIDSON, Sarah Jane: m'd 1851 MCCLURE,Lindsay B.; died on the trail

25) DAVIDSON, Theodora: d/o Henry and Sarah(Montgomery) Davidson

25) DAVIDSON, Theodore (1849-1932):

25) DAVIDSON, William Franklin (1843-1927): m'dCOLEMAN, Annie

25) DAVIDSON, William M. (1845- ): m'd 1867MORRIS, Rosetta; s/o Henry and Sarah (Montgomery) Davidson

DAVIDSON, William M. (1840- ): m'd 1873 MODIE, Martha V.; s/o Carter and Elizabeth (Shirley) Davidson

"DAVIDSON, WILLIAM M.--Born in Illinois in 1840; came to Oregon with his father, C. F. Davidson, and settled in the Luckiamute Valley. Present residence, Buena Vista, and occupation, farmer. He married Martha V. Modie in Oregon in 1873, and their only child s name is Inez C. [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

 

4) DAVIES, Edith Pocahantas Virginia (1820-1853): m'd 1851 PLAMONDON, Eugene Michael; d/o Tamerlane W.W. and Jane Smith (Payne) Davies

DAVIES, J.F. (1845- ):

DAVIES, James (1800- ): m'd 1827 [   ], Mary Ann

DAVIES, Mary Ann ( -1852): m'd 1827 DAVIES, James; maiden name unknown at this time; died shortly after arrival

10) DAVIS, Aaron (1836-1852): s/o Silas and Jane Davis; died on Platte River of cholera

DAVIS, Alvah I. ( -1912):

DAVIS, Amanda M.: m'd 1851 CHIPMAN, John

3) DAVIS, Catherine Alvira: m'd 1843 CONNER, John

DAVIS, Cordelia (1841-1919): m'd BRADEN, [   ]

10) DAVIS, Daniel (1831-1857): s/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

DAVIS, Drury: joined William Cornell party at Soda Springs on Aug 3

DAVIS, Edward E. (1851- ): m'd 1878 KLINE, Henrietta; s/o Harlin A. and Esther (Hook) Davis

"DAVIS, EDWARD E.--The son of Dr. H. A. Davis; was born in Louisa County, Iowa, in 1851; came with his parents to Oregon. Since 1865 has lived at Harrisburg, Linn County. Married Miss Henrietta Kline in 1878, and by her has two children Wade H., and Lee V." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

DAVIS, Edward W. (1832- ):

10) DAVIS, Elisha (1840-1852): s/o Silas and Jane Davis; died on Platte River of cholera

10) DAVIS, Elizabeth (1834- ): d/o Silas and Jane Davis

DAVIS, Emeline (1828-1899): m'd NORTON, Thomas Harvey

10) DAVIS, Francis Marion (1842-1887): s/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

10) (1829-1912): m'd MORTON, Iva Jane; s/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

DAVIS, Harlan A. (1822- ): m1. 1850 HOOK, Hester; m2. 1864 JONES, Grace

"DAVIS, H. A., M.D.--Born in Genessee County, New York, in 1822; came to Oregon and in 1838 (sic) settled in Linn County; now resides at Harrisburg.  Was married in 1850 to Hester Hook, who died July 3, 1863. By her his children were Edward E., Arvilla, Zophar, Virgil, and Homer. He was married again in 1864, to Grace Jones. The doctor was educated at Rock Island medical school, now known as the Iowa State Medical University." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

10) .(1831-1913): m'd 12 Feb 1851 BOND, Susana Iona; s/o Isaac and Sarah (Cain) Davis

10) DAVIS, Harmon S. (1839-1884): s/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

10) DAVIS, Harmon W. (1802-1852): m'd SHUMATE, Martha; brother of Silas and Judith Davis

DAVIS, Henry A. (1822- ):

10) DAVIS, Hesikiah (1835-1888): s/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

DAVIS, Isaac (1825-1881): m'd LEDGERWOOD, Margaret; may have originally been emigrant of 1847

DAVIS, Isaiah A.:

DAVIS, J. F.:

10) DAVIS, James (1845-1852): s/o Silas and Jane Davis; died on Platte River of cholera

DAVIS, James J. (c1830-1890): m'd MILLER, Mary A.; emigrated to CA in 1849 and then moved to OR in 1852

DAVIS, James M. (1832- ):

10) DAVIS, Jane: m'd DAVIS, Silas; maiden name unknown at this time

DAVIS, Jane: m'd KELLOGG, [   ]

10) DAVIS, John (1833- ): s/o Silas and Jane Davis

DAVIS, John:

10) DAVIS, Jonas (1843- ): s/o Silas and Jane Davis

DAVIS, Joseph:

10) DAVIS, Judith (1808-1858): m'd LONG, David; sister of Harmon and Silas Davis

10) (1833-1922): m'd RINEHART, George Washington; d/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

DAVIS, Martin :

10) DAVIS, Mary (1827-1861): d/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

10) DAVIS, Mary (1838-1874): d/o Silas and Jane Davis

10) DAVIS, Minerva Jane (1846-1932): d/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

10) DAVIS, Nancy Catherine (1842- ): d/o Silas and Jane Davis

10) DAVIS, Olive (1837-1892): d/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

DAVIS, Platt A. Dr. (1825-1902): m'd 1849 WOLF, Sophia

10) DAVIS, Rachel (1851- ): d/o Silas and Jane Davis

10) DAVIS, Sarah Ann (1844-1917): d/o Harmon and Martha (Shumate) Davis

10) DAVIS, Sarah E. (1852-1941): m1. 09 Nov 1869 COLLEY, George W.; m2. 27 Feb 1881 SMITH, Charles H.; m3. c1894 SAVAGE, Lewis N.; d/o Harmon and Susan (Bond) Davis; born 09 Dec 1852 shortly after arrival

10) DAVIS, Silas (1806-1852): m'd [   ], Jane; brother of Harmon and Judith Davis

11) DAVIS, Young Man: named in Coon family records

DAVISON, Mary A. (1837-1926):

DAY, John G. ( -1896): m'd 1852 GILLISPIE, Agnes L.; married wife in Marion Co; moved to Lane Co where he took up DLC NW of Springfield which he cultivated until 1861; disposed of it and moved to 320 acres located farther north on the McKenzie river; c1863 he sold land and moved with family to British Columbia where he stayed until c1867 when he returned to Eugene area.  He latter left the city and took up residence on what became known as Day island where he remained until shortly before his death

DAY, William (c1824- ):

DEALY, David Jr. (1824-1892): m1. 1847 TUCKER, Diana; m2. 1852 RAY, Mary Jane; m3. 1865 CLEARWATER, Martha; s/o David and Rebecca (Mills) Dealy Sr.; died in Bellingham, WA

DEALY, Nancy A. (1822-1892): m'd 28 Mar 1839 TUCKER, William Hiram "Buck"; d/o David and Rebecca (Mills) Dealy Sr.; born 22 Dec 1822 in Jackson Co, MO and died 16 Feb 1892 Linn Co, OR;  buried Providence Cemetery, near Scio,Linn Co, OR; mother fifteen children  (Rebecca Ann, James Patterson, David Mallory, Sarah Jane Elizabeth, William Daniel Woodson, John Thomas, Pleasant Branch, David D. Allen, Martha Francis, Mary J. C., Alcy Melvina, Hannah E., Charles Jefferson and Martin Rober E Lee)

DEAN, Comfort: m'd 1827 DIMICK, Joseph

DEAN, Francis M. (1827- ):

DEARDORFF, David H. (1826- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Lucinda A.

DEARDORFF, George (1850-1907):

DEARDORFF, Lucinda A.: m'd 1846 DEARDORFF, David H.; maiden name unknown at this time

DECRUIS, Almon P. (1818- ): m'd [   ], Catherine

DECRUIS, Catherine: m'd DECRUIS, Almon P.; maiden name unknown at this time

DEFFENBACHER, Frederick (1843-1927): s/o Jonas and Priscilla Deffenbacher

DEFFENBACHER, Jonas Conrad (1819-1887): m'd [   ], Priscilla

DEFFENBACHER, Priscilla (1822-1899): m'd DEFFENBACHER, Jonas Conrad; maiden name unknown at this time

DEFORD, Child: c/o Samuel Deford

DEFORD, Jane Deborah; d/o Samuel Deford

DEFORD, Jasper Newton; s/o Samuel Deford

DEFORD, Samuel: I also believe that Samuel Deford came from Iowa.  He had three children with him and married a divorcee in Douglas County Oregon before moving to Linn County.  Two of his children married Hoskins children.    Stanford Howell married Adeline Northrup in Douglas County, Oregon.

 
DEKUM, Frank (1829-1894): m. March 27, 1859 REINIG, Frances; Frank was  born November 5, 1829 Bavaria, Germany; to California in 1852 by Panama, to Oregon via ship in 1853; had a fruit and confectionary store; died in Portland October 19, 1894

DELANCY, Philemon:

DELASHMUTT, Butler Banks (c1851- ): s/o John and Amanda (Hagar) Delashmutt

DELASHMUTT, Elizabeth: m'd c1845 DELASHMUTT, Russell T.; maiden name unknown at this time

DELASHMUTT, Isabel Jane (c1836- ): d/o John and Amanda (Hagar) Delashmutt

DELASHMUTT, John Kay (1814- ): m1. 1837 HAGAR, Amanda; m2. 1854 Bennett, Phoebe (Cresswell); m3. PETTIJOHN, Mary; m4.BILLINGS, Emeline; first wife died shortly before emigration in 1852

"DeLASHMUTT, J. K.--Born in Virginia in 1814; removed to Iowa in 1836, and coming to Oregon in 1852, settled in Polk County. He was elected county commissioner. Had held several civil and military offices in Iowa. Lives now at Amity, and is recorder of that town. Has now retired from his former occupation of farming. While in Iowa in 1837 he married Amanda Harger, who died in 1854; by her he had seven children. Married in 1855, in Salem, Phoebe Bennett, by whom he had five children. She died in 1862, and he took for his third wife Mary PettiJohn, by whom he had two children. His fourth was Emeline Billings." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 760]

DELASHMUTT, Peter (c1846- ): s/o John and Amanda (Hagar) Delashmutt

DELASHMUTT, Russell T. (1820- ): m'd c1845 [   ], Elizabeth

DELASHMUTT, Sarah Elizabeth (c1844- ): d/o John and Amanda (Hagar) Delashmutt

DELASHMUTT, Van Smith (1842-1921): s/o John and Amanda (Hagar) Delashmutt

DEMENT, Russell Cooke: m'd NORRIS, Lucy Ann; s/o Samuel and Caroline (Spencer) Dement

DEMENT, Samuel M.: m'd 1846 SPENCER, Caroline; m2. 1866 [   ], Louisa W.; prior to emigration it appears Samuel Dement spent most of his adult life in Monroe Co, OH; after removing to Oregon he settled at Coos County where he was shown as a blacksmith in the 1860 census.  In 1866, after the death of his wife he returned to OH to visit and remarried there, bringing his new wife and her children back to Oregon;  Samuel died 15 Nov 1885 at Fallbrook, San Diego county, CA of heart disease.    He had gone there to visit to see if a milder climate would be better for his health.  Although there is  marker for him in the Norway Cemetery at Myrtle Point, OR it appears that he was actually buried in Fallbrook, CA.

DENBY, Capt: mentioned in Kern diary

DENISON, John ( -1852): died on trail

DENNIS, Capt.:

DENNY, Christian ( -1853): m'd 1834 NICKERSON, Eliza B.; father of Laura, Sarah, Owen N., John, Mahala and Presley M.; emigrated with 10 yoke oxen, 7 cows and 3 horses

DENNY, John ( - ):

DENNY, John: m'd 1867 KESTER, Sarah F.; s/o Christian and Eliza (Nickerson) Denny

DENNY, Laura: m'd RALSTON, William; d/o Christian and Eliza (Nickerson) Denny

DENNY, Mahala: m'd PIKE, Frank; d/o Christian and Eliza (Nickerson) Denny

DENNY, Margaret Lenora ( -1915): this may be her married name

DENNY, Oliver N. (1838- ): m'd 1868 HALL, Gertrude; wife was a Whitman Massacre survivor

"DENNY, O. N.--Born in Ohio in 1838. Crossed the plains in 1852 and settled with his parents near Lebanon, Linn County. Was educated at the Willamette University, studied law and was admitted to practice in 1862. Located in Portland about 1870 and began practice. Was elected police judge in 1871 and 1873. In 1875 was appointed collector of internal revenue. Was appointed Consul at Tientsin, China, in 1877, and in 1879 was promoted to Consul-General to China."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 760]

DENNY, Owen N. ( -1900): s/o Christian and Eliza (Nickerson) Denny

DENNY, Presley M.: s/o Christian and Eliza (Nickerson) Denny

DENNY, Rebecca Jane ( -1852): m'd 1851 FANNO, Augustus

DENNY, Sarah (1836-1916): m'd GOLTRA, William H.; d/o Christian and Eliza (Nickerson) Denny

DENTON, Charles W. (1830- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Elizabeth

DENTON, Elizabeth: m'd 1851 DENTON, Charles W.

DERBY, James R. (1826- ): m'd 1851 OLDS, Lucy A.

DEVAUL, Mitchell:

DEWITT, F.M.:

DICK, Jeremiah (1818- ):

DICKERSON, Joseph H. (1831- ):

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4) DICKEY, James C. (1830- ):

4) DICKEY, R.:

4) DICKEY, Thomas J. (1825- ): m'd 1849 READ,Narcissa

DICKINSON, Obed: m'd HUMPHREY, Charlotte; arrived by ship; Obed was the 1st minister of the Salem 1st Congregational Church. Obed Dickinson presided over the marriage of America Waldo and Richard  Bogle.  Charlotte and Obed also hosted the reception, creating quite a scandal.  Charlotte was dedicated to expanding literacy for the black people of that time.  Charlotte�s shipboard journal was donated to the Oregon Historical Society.  Obed and Charlotte Dickinson�s daughter, Cora, was born in Salem.  She married Albert N Moores, a son of John and Virginia Lamont Moores, and grandson of Isaac and Jane Alexander Moores (pioneers of 1852)

DICKINSON, Josiah (1805- ):

DICKMAN, C. W. ( -1912): SMITH, Lydia C.

DICKSON, Mahala ( -1912): m'd DICKSON, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

DILLER, Sophia ( -1931): m'd CHARMAN, [   ]

DILLEY, Joseph: m'd [   ], Mary

DILLEY, Mary: m'd DILLEY, Joseph; maiden name unknown at this time

DILLON, Isaac Rev. (1823-1902): m'd 1853 [   ], Mary C.

DIMICK, Athie: d/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Elizabeth: m'd STARR, George; d/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Benjamin: twin of Joseph Jr.; s/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, John: s/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Joseph (1807- ): m'd 1827 DEAN, Comfort

DIMICK, Joseph Jr.: twin of Benjamin; s/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Lucinda: m'd CAMPBELL, [   ]; d/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Mary: d/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Samuel: s/o Joseph and Comfort (Dean) Dimick

DIMICK, Thomas ( -1852): of Shelby Co, IL died on trail

DINSMORE, Elizabeth: m'd 1850 DINSMORE, J. C.; maiden name unknown at this time

DINSMORE, James C. (1825- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Elizabeth; name also shown as John C.

DISNEY, Mark:

DIVERS, Davis (1823- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Patherina

DIVERS, Elizabeth ( -1852): died on trail

DIVERS, Patherina: m'd 1842 DIVERS, Davis

DIXON, Anna (1833-1906); m�d 1854 SHORT, John Lewis; d/o James B. DIXON & Susan COPPLE

DIXON, Elizabeth: m'd 1843 DIXON, Hiram; maiden name unknown at this time

DIXON, Enoch (1844-109); m�d 1858 WELLES, Seletsy M.; s/o James B. DIXON & Susan COPPLE

DIXON, Hiram (1809- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Elizabeth

DIXON, James Baughman DIXON (1803-1895); m�d 1824 Susan COPPLE; Brother of Hiram DIXON   In 1853 both he and his brother Hiram DIXON took their families to Douglas County where they settled on the North Umpqua River; was originally an emigrant of 1852 who returned east to bring out family

DIXON, James Riley (1846-1930); m�d 1875 Mary Hester CHAMPAGNE; s/o James B. DIXON & Susan COPPLE

DIXON, Jesse D. (1831- ):

DIXON, Joel (1833- ):

18) DIXON, John (1832-1896): s/o William Dixon; brother of Robert; paid to join company; helped drive provision wagon for Scott family; "To day (August 15) 5 of our company concluded to go on by water.  They accordingly fitted up two wagon beds for the purpose and launded them into the Snake, they seem to answer a good purpose and if no accident befalls them they will reach the dalles in ten days or less."  (They planned on floating to Fort Boise and then travel afoot on account of the river rapids and falls.  The party included John Dixon, Robert Dixon, Frank Gay, Robert King and George Burns.); first worked at Oregon City as a carpenter; died 29 Feb 1896 at Lafayette, OR

DIXON, Joshua (1829- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Susan Martha; m'd at Ft. Kearney 14 May 1852

DIXON, Melinda (1829-1890);  m�d  1849 John CHENOWETH; d/o James B. DIXON and Susan COPPLE 

DIXON, Ralph Benton (1846-1929); m�d 1873 Nancy LIVINGSTON; s/o James B. DIXON & Susan COPPLE (I believe it is he for whom Dixonville (6 miles e. of Roseburg was named.)

18) DIXON, Robert: m'd 22 Nov 1860 SCOTT, Louise J.; s/o William Dixon; brother of John; paid to join company; helped drive provision wagon for Scott family; "To day (August 15) 5 of our company concluded to go on by water.  They accordingly fitted up two wagon beds for the purpose and launded them into the Snake, they seem to answer a good purpose and if no accident befalls them they will reach the dalles in ten days or less."  (They planned on floating to Fort Boise and then travel afoot on account of the river rapids and falls.  The party included John Dixon, Robert Dixon, Frank Gay, Robert King and George Burns.); first worked at Oregon City as a carpenter; died 29 Feb 1896 at Lafayette, OR; did surveying work during summer of 1853

DIXON, Susan Martha: m'd 1852 DIXON, Joshua; maiden name unknown at this time

DIXON, Thomas (1841-1878); killed by Indians in the Steens Mtns., OR while freighting for the family;  s/o of James B. DIXON & Susan COPPLE

DOAK, William (c1822- ): m'd 1853 JOHNSON, Sarah E.

DOAN, John (1823- ):

DOBSON, Rachel ( -1852): died on trail

DODGE, James R. (1818- ): m'd 1841 [   ], May A.

DODGE, May A.: m'd 1841 DODGE, James R.; maiden name unknown at this time

DODGE, Pardon M. (1810- ):

DODSON, Jeremiah (1791- ):

DODSON, John (1791- ): m'd 1837 ANDERSON, Hannah

DODSON, Marcellus M. (1819- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Susan

DODSON, Susan: m'd 1843 DODSON, Marcellus M.; maiden name unknown at this time

DOGGETT, James Simms: m'd BANKS, Elizabeth Rose

DOLAN, Mary L. ( -1915): m'd DOLAN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

DOLBY, Herrod ( -1852): died on trail

DOLLEY, David ( -1852): died on trail

DOLLEY, Horace ( -1852); "June 30 "We passed today seven graves.  Two were placed tolerably near each other one bearing the inscription "Charles Botsford murdered June 28th 1852:, The murderer lies in the next grave": The other bears the inscription of "Horace Dolley hung June 29th 1852".  It appears Dolley had contracted a grudge towards Botsford with regard to some little difficulty between them--had persuaded him to accompany him in a excursion and while alone with him he dealt the blow at which humanity would at any time recoil.  Vengeance however quickly followed him and he was doomed to the penalty which his conduct so complety deserved" [Covered Wagon Women, Vol 5 Diary of Abigail Jane Scott p.79]

DOLMAN, William H. (1830- ):

DONACA, Benjamin (1839-1925):

DONACA, Samuel: m'd COOK, Elizabeth

DONACA, William Bailey (1836- ): m'd 1871 HARBIN, Lenora Jane; father of John Middleton, Lizzie Ellen, William Hayes, Charles Walter, Ferrell Coler and Morton Winford; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Cook) Donaca

(1827-1903): m'd THOMPSON, Mercer

DONAGHE, Sarah Wiseman ( -1891).: m'd THOMPSON, Joseph; name also seen as Denagree; born in KY and died in Oregon Sept 1891

DONALDSON, T. B. (1839- ):

DONNELL, Camilla ( -1914): m'd 1852 DONNELL, Zelek M.; maiden name unknown at this time

DONNELL, Zelek M. (1829- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Camilla

DONOVAN, Pat:

DOOLITTLE, Harriet O. (1841-1857): d/o Benjamin and Lucy (Shaff) Doolittle; died in Douglas Co, OR

DOOLITTLE, Luther W. (1825- ):

DORETY, Mary ( -1852): died on trail

DOUGHTY, Francis Wright (1810-1891): m'd MURPHY, John Ecles

DORR, Absalom:

DORR, Dudley (c1810- ): m'd [   ], Eliza

DORR, Eliza: m'd DORR, Dudley; maiden name unknown at this time

DORRIS, B.F. (1829- ):

DORSEY, George (1830- ): m'd 1856 VAUGHN, Adaline

"DORSEY, GEORGE--Born in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, in 1830; came to Oregon and settled in Yanihill County, where he still lives. Is a farmer. Married Miss Adaline Vaughn in 1 856. Children David M., Joel P., Fannie A., Austin B., and Hattie." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 760]

DOTY, James Henry ( -1916):

DOTY, Lucinda J. (1835-1922): m'd 15 Mar 1853 AMBLER, John Alex; Lucinda was born 17 Dec 1835 IL and died 11 Apr 1922 Shelton, Mason Co, WA; buried Shelton Memorial Park Cemetery, Shelton, Mason Co, WA; John and Lucinda are divorced; after the divorce John remains in Washington and Lucinda returns to Linn Co, OR; she later returns to Mason Co, WA to live with her daughter, Libby; Lucinda was the mother of  five children (Mary M., Elizabeth J. "Libby", Alice A., Barbara and David L.)

DOTY Winnefred S. (1825-1897): m'd 1844 MOORE, William Tandy

DOUGLAS, Fidelia ( -1925):

DOUGLAS, John (1794- ):

DOUGLAS, Levi (1832-1918):

DOUGHTY, Frances Wright (1810-1891): m. 22 Mar 1827 MURPHY, John Ecles; born 14 Nov 1810 Barren Co, KY and died 30 Dec 1891 Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; buried at Fircrest Cemetery, Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; mother of 13 known children (Susan Jane, William Preston, Elizabeth Frances, Henderson Warren, James Thompson, David Newson, Preston Holcomb, Nancy Angeline, Mary Adeline, Sarah Ann, Emma D., Ellen Margaret and Albert)

DOWNER, Henry F. (1847-1931):

DOWNER, T.:

DOWNEY, J.G.:

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DOWNING, Elizabeth (1817 at sea-1883 St. Helens, OR ): m'd 1836 NEER, Abraham Caleb (1809-1889)

DOWNING, Fred ( -1896):

DOWNING, Harriet (1826 PA � 1859 OR); m�d 1843 Thomas George King; d/o Alexander and Elizabeth (Burns) Downing

DOWNING, James W. (1818- ):

DOWNING, Susannah. (1830-1919): m'd LAFFEY, Bernard

DOYLE, Emma T. (1850-1883): m'd 1872 FOSTER, James W.

DOYLE, R.I.: m'd EMERY, [   ]

DRAIN, Charles (1817- ): m'd 1849 ENSLEY, Nancy Gates  

"DRAIN, CHARLES--Born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in 1816; went to California in 1850, but returned to the East the next year. Coming overland to this State he setted in Marion County and tilled a farm for eight years. In 1854 he became a member of the Territorial Council and again in 1857. On the admission of the State he became state senator and was chosen president of the senate. Removed to Douglas County in 1860. Residence, Drain. Occupation, farming. Married in 1839 to Miss Nancy G. Ensley, by whom he has had eight children, of whom three live John C., Catharine A. (Mrs. Simon Lane), and Charles D." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 760-61]

DRAIN, Catherine: d/o Charles and Nancy (Ensley) Drain

DRAIN, John Charles (c1843- ): m'd KREWSON, Lucy A.; s/o Charles and Nancy (Ensley) Drain

DRAIN, Josephine ( -1852): d/o Charles and Nancy (Ensley) Drain

DRAKE, John Melancthon (1819-1891): m'd 1844 THOMPSON, Elizabeth

DRAKE, William Henry (1847-1923):

DRAY, A. H. ( -1915):

DREKEY, Thomas J. (1830- ):

DRIVER, Isaac D. (1824-1907):

DRIVER, Samuel M. ( -1896):


16) DRURY, Celinda Susan (1847-1937): m'd 21 May 1865 ROBERTS, Albert F.; d/o Thompson and Rebecca (Newton) Drury; born 22 Dec 1847 Wayne Co, IN; died 08 Feb 1937 Newberg, Yamhill Co, OR; mother of eight known children (John, Minnie, Roxie, Rosella, William A., Frederick W., Mabel Lillie and Alfred F.); settled in Yamhill County until later years when she is found living with her son in Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

16) DRURY, Dr. Charles (1814-1891): m1.  02 May 1838 PRENTICE, Nancy ( -1839); m2. 20 Mar 1845 MCGREER, Eliza Brandenburg; first cousin to Thompson Drury; born 23 Oct 1814 Wayne Co, IN; returned to IA c1853: Muscatine County, IA bio states that he went to CA in 1852; since he shows up in the Muscatine County, IA census in 1854 it appears he may have stayed only a short time before returning east; he helped tend to the sick on the journey in 1852

16) DRURY, Emily Frances (1845-1863): m'd 1863 SALING, Edmond Snow (Edmond was also emigrant of 1852); d/o Thompson and Rebecca (Newton) Drury; born 06 Feb 1845 and died c1864; no known children (may have died in childbirth); husband was remarried in Sep 1865

16) DRURY, Melissa Ellen (1843-1924): m'd 1858 PAYNE, Martin V. d/o Squire Thompson and Rebecca (Newton) Drury; born 24 Feb 1843 IN; died 21 May 1924 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA; mother of five known children (Clairborn "Clay" G., Milford Ammon, Rodham Kenner, Wells Drury and Rebecca Ellen); settled in Yamhill County, OR but was found in later years with her children in ID and CA

16) DRURY, Newton (1849-1875): s/o Thompson and Rebecca (Newton) Drury; born 20 Nov 1849 IL and died 16 Jan 1875; little is found regarding Newton

16) DRURY, Squire Thompson (1817-1852): m'd 1843 NEWTON, Rebecca C.; died 31 July 1852 along the North Platte River; his wife died August 3, 1852 along the North Platte River leaving five young children (Melissa Ellen, Emily Frances, Celinda Susan, Newton and Wells W.); the children were taken to Oregon by other Drury and Shortridge family members and place with at least three families in Yamhill County

16) DRURY, Wells W. (1851-1932): m'd 23 May 1888 BISHOP, Ella Lorraine; s/o Thompson and Rebecca (Newton) Drury; aftter death of parents guardianship was granted to  Rev. Alfred R. Elder who saw that he got an education; Wells resided in NV for a time as a reporter and spent later years in CA as a journalist, newspaper editor and well known public figure; father of five children (Newton D., Alfred, Aubrey W., Muriel and Lorraine)

DUCKWORTH, Elizabeth M.: m'd 1847 SALING, Edmund Snow

DUDLEY, Caroline: m'd 1846 DUDLEY, Spencer; maiden name unknown at this time

DUDLEY, Spencer (1823- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Caroline


DUNBAR, Eliza Jane (1851-1928): m'd 1867 LARKIN, James Matthew; d/o George and Mary (Zickafoose) Dunbar

DUNBAR, George Washington (1822 - ): m'd 1845 ZICKAFOOSE, Mary Catherine

DUNCAN, Elizabeth: m'd 1842 DUNCAN, Robert R.; maiden name unknown at this time

DUNCAN, Henry O. (1806- ): m'd 1833 BLEVINS, Polly

DUNCAN, Robert R. (1816- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Elizabeth

DUNHAM, Amos (1833- ):

DUNIGAN, Isabella ( -1880): m'd c.1823 MOSER, Joseph Sr.

DUNLAP, Agnes H. (1832-1921): m'd DUNLAP, [   ]

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5: DUNIWAY, Abigail:

5: DUNIWAY, Benjamin: m'd [    ], Maria

5: DUNIWAY, Emily ( -1852): died on trail

5: DUNIWAY, Mary M. ( -1852): died on trail

DUNMORE, Sherman ( -1852): "July 15 This day we remained in camp.  We have been thrown into considerable excitement in consequence of a murder being committed in a train from Wisconsin, which is now camped one (half) mile from us (in the trial of which the men of our train have been called upon as jurymen).  The murder was committed on Hams fork of Green River, and the circumstances connected with it as near as I could learn was as follows:  One Daniel Olmstead was taking five men across the plains, and it appears that they had not lived very agreeably together as it was proved in the trial which came off to day that the five had boasted that they had their boss under their thumb and intended to keep him there.  It was proved that Olmstead went out in the morning to watch his cattle telling Sherman Dunmore (the murdered man) to make a fire and put on the teakettle so they could have some breakfast.  When he returned at breakfast time the other men had finished their repast and he asked where his breakfast was.  Dunmore replied that if he wanted any he might cook it himself.  This was the result of much abusive language on both sides; however Olmstead prepared his breakfast himself.  Dunmore threatening in the most abusive manner to whip him.  Olmstead calmly replied that if he did he would not live long to brag about it.  Upon this he left him and went into the tent and commenced eating his breakfast, using for the purpose a small sized butcher knife.  Dunmore followed him and jumping upon him commenced beating him and endeavored to kick him in the face with his boots.  Olmstead called upon the bystanders to take him off saying at the same time that he had a knife.  As no one interfered he stabbed him in the lower part of the chest.  Upon this Dunmore started back and exclaimed that he was stabbed.  He fell and in twenty minutes was a corpse.  The jury after an impartial investigation of the tragical affair brought in a verdict to this effect:  That the wound was made by the knife of Olmstead caused the death of the said Dunmore and that the same was inflicted by the aforesaid Olmstead in self defense." [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5, Journal of Abigail Jane Scott p. 88]

DUNN, Cecelia Christian (1840-1919):

DUNN, Mary M.:

DUNNING, Sarah G.: m'd 1830 DUNNING, Urial H.; maiden name unknown at this time

DUNNING, Uriah H. (1788- ): m'd 1830 [   ], Sarah G.

DUPEERS, Mahala ( -1852): [RR: DUPEERS in Sylvester & John B Hall, Oregon Statesman, 12-18-1852, p. 1]

DURHAM, Daniel O. (1829- ): m'd 29 Jul 1843 CLARK, Sylvia D.

"DURHAM, D. O.--Born in Ashtabula County, Ohio, December 26, 1829; moved to Illinois in 1836; came to Oregon in 1852 and settled in Washington County. His present residence is McMinnville, Yamhill County, and occupation, farming. He married Sylvia D. Clark July 29, 1843, and their children s names are Ezra J., Walter II., Jessie E., and James E. Mr. Durham was a member of the lower house of the Oregon Legislature in 1878-80, from Yamhill County." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 761]

DUSSY, D. S.:

DUTCHER, John G. (1819- ):

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DUVALL, David (1827- ): m'd 1846 HOFFLER, Priscilla

DUVALL, Lewis Howard (1824-): m'd 1854 KIBBEY, Clarinda Cora; conflicting information indicates Lewis may have been emigrant of 1849 or 1852; settled Polk Co

DUVALL, Nicholas (1799- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Mary Ann; wife did not come to OR

24) DUZAN, Mark ( -1852) traveled to Oregon with Jacob Jones Train; s/o William Duzan; MARK A. DUZAN Was the son of William Duzan, an early settler of Clarkstown. He was born in Tennessee, and come with the family to Indiana in 1834 when he was a lad of fifteen years of age. He worked on the farm, using his spare time in acquiring a good or rather a useful education. He was born about the year 1819 or 1820, for he was barely old enough to take his seat in the state senate in 1844 and 1845, to which he was elected to represent Boone and Hamilton counties. In 1846 he went in the army to Mexico, serving as private with credit. In 1850 he was elected a member of the Constitutional Convention, where he served to the satisfaction of the people. In 1852 he went, or rather started to Oregon, but he died on the plains and was buried there. Mark A. Duzan had one of the happiest make-ups of any man I ever was acquainted with. He could adapt himself to the senate chamber or drive oxen, run, hop, jump, or make a capital speech, as the case required. In person he was perfect; 5 feet 10 inches high, well formed, weighing 175 lbs., with fair complexion and auburn hair. He was elected to the above office as a Democrat. Mr. Duzan was never married. Though he sleeps in an unknown grave he will be remembered by many citizens of Boone County. [Early Life and Times of Boone County, Indiana, published May 1877, republished 1974]

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DYER, Alex M. (1830- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Martha

DYER, Anthony (1850- ): s/o Jonathan Dyer

DYER, Jane: m'd 1847 CONNELL, William

DYER, Jonathan (1802- ): m'd 1835 [   ], Nancy; accompanied from Iowa by second wife and 13 children; led train of 21 wagons; settled in Polk Co

DYER, Lauretta (1849-1913): d/o Moses and Sarah (Ross) Dyer

DYER, Martha: m'd 1851 DYER, Alex M.; maiden name unknown at this time

(1819-1897): m1. 1847 ROSS, Sarah; m2. c1888 Bartle SMITH, Fletta; s/o Elisha and Ruth (Heath) Dyer; Moses originally came to OR in 1845 and returned east to IL in 1846; emigrated again in 1852 and settled in Douglas County; father of five children by his first wife (Lauretta, Hezekiah, William, Margaret Ann and Douglas) and three children by his second wife (Dottie, Ruth and Ilo); was involved in farming, surveying, brick laying and mining

DYER, Nancy: m'd 1835 DYER, Jonathan; maiden name unknown at this time

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3) DYKSTRA, Lubbert Jacob (1814- ): m'd 1849 CONNER, Hannah Jane

EAKIN, S. B. Jr.  Mrs.:

EARNEST, William (1813-1876): m'd 1841MORRIS, Mary

"EARNEST, WILLIAM B.--Born in Kentucky in 1813; was married in 1840 while still a resident of that State to Miss Mary Morris, who was also a native of that State, and was seven years his junior. The couple moved to Missouri two years later, and afterten years residence in that State, crossed the plains to Oregon. They settled in Spring Valley, Polk County, upon a donation claim, where Mrs. Earnest still lives.  Mr. Earnest died in 1876. Their children were Jennie (deceased), William D. (deceased), Jasper N. (deceased), Mary E. (Mrs. Thomas Jennings), and two others who died in infancy."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 761]

EARNEST, Willis B.: m'd 1849 SALIND, Martha B.

EASLEY, John (1827- ):

EASTON, John (1809- ):

EATON, Eveline M.: m'd 1849 OLDS, D.G.

"OLDS, D. G.--Born in Ohio in 1823; on his arrival in Oregon he settled at Middleton, and still lives at the same place; he is a blacksmith and wagon maker by occupation. He married Eveline M. Eaton in 1849, and their children s names are Frank M., Hattie T., Fred E., and Mrs. Rose L. Brooks."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 780]

EATON, John R.:

8) EBBERT, George Washington (1829-1913): m'd 13 Mar 1856 LANDES, Elizabeth; s/o James and Eliza (DeVecmon) Ebbert; born 12 Aug 1829 Fayette Co, PA and died 10 Oct 1913 Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; buried Davidson Cemetery, Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; father of 9 children (Harriet A., Mary Bell, Martin Dempsey, Sarah Melissa, Adna Elizabeth, Idis C., Henry M., Lulu M., and Elbie Monroe)

8) EBBERT, James Armstrong (1831-1915): m'd 15 Dec 1853 BRATTAIN, Elizabeth Jane; s/o James and Eliza (DeVecmon) Ebbert; born 25 Mar 1831 Uniontown, Fayette Co, PA and died 02 Dec 1915 Lane Co, OR; had no children of their own but raised Paul Hadley, the orphan son of Elizabeth�s sister Martha Jane (Brattain) Hadley; October 1859 bought a farm near Springfield, Lane Co, OR where he lived until his death; he had extended his investments to include over 1000 acres in Whitman Co, WA that he had under cultivation

8) EBBERT, John William (1832-1917): m1. 12 Feb 1856 BENSON, Margaret Frances; m2. 27 Dec 1860 CRABTREE, Lunica; s/o James and Eliza (DeVecmon) Ebbert; born 21 Aug 1832 Fayette Co, PA and died 12 Jul 1917 Walla Walla, Walla Walla Co, WA; buried Oakhill Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR; father of 7 children (Margaret Frances, Eliza Jane, Zimri Alvin, Mason D., David LeRoy, William I. and Lillian May); farmed in Lane county through the 1880 census and by 1900 is living at Condon, Gilliam Co; after his wife's death in 1915 he went to Walla Walla to live with his son until his death.

EBY, David (1828 -1917):

EBY, George:

ECCLESTON, Ezra: s/o Dr. Henry Eccleston

"ECCLESTON, EZRA--Is a son of Dr. H. Eccleston, and was born in Indiana in 1833; came to Oregon with his parents and for some time was a farmer.  Has been a shoemaker in McMinnville for twenty-one years.  Married Miss Sarah J. Southard in 1853, and has six children."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 761]

ECCLESTON, Henry H. Dr. (1811- ): m'd  1832 INGLE, Malinda

"ECCLESTON, H., M.D.--Born in New York in 1811; on his arrival in Oregon he settled in Lane County, and practiced medicine there until his death, which occurred in 1875. Married Miss Melinda Richardson in Indiana, who is also deceased. They had nine children. Dr. Eccleston was a volunteer in the Rogue River war in 1855-56." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 761-62]

ECCLESTON, Marshall M. (1832-1917):

ECCLESTON, Mary ( -1916): m'd ECCLESTON, [   ]; maiden name unknow at this time

18) ECKLER, Ruth ( 1829-1906): m1. STEVENSON, George ( -1852); m2. 15 Mar 1853 SCOTT, John Tucker; from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL; traveling with husband and five year old son; husband died at Cascades of the Columbia River

EDDINGS, Norton (1852-1925): born on trail

EDDY, Albert (1846- ): m'd 1876 HIGLEY, Anna Christina; s/o Hiram and Amanda (Platt) Eddy

EDDY, Elmira ( -1852): died on the trail of cholera

EDDY, Esther (1831-1872): m'd 1853 THORP, Elvin A.; d/o Hiram and Amanda (Platt) Eddy

EDDY, Fidelia ( - ): m'd , ; d/o Hiram and Amanda (Platt) Eddy

EDDY, Hiram (1804- ): m'd 1830 PLATT, Amanda; settled in Polk Co; buried , Salem, Marion Co, OR

EDDY, Richard: s/o Hiram and Amanda (Platt) Eddy

EDELMAN, James (c1826- ): m'd 1853 [   ], Sarah

EDELMAN, L. G. ( - ):

EDMONSON, Mary ( -1889): m'd 1851 BRIDWELL, John W.

EDWARDS, Elizabeth: m'd 1850 EDWARDS, William; maiden name unknown at this time

EDWARDS, James (1804-1920):

EDWARDS, Joseph (1837-1923):

EDWARDS, Joseph S. (1833- ):

EDWARDS, Julia J.: m'd 1849 HEATH, Lucien

EDWARDS, Samuel (1829- ): m'd 1850 WILLSON, Rebecca

EDWARDS, William (1832- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Elizabeth

EGAN, John T. (1852- ):

EGAN, M.J. (1838- ):

EGAN, Margaret ( -1852): died on plains

EGAN, Patrick (1815-1903): m'd 1836 CANTY, Catherine

EGAN, William H. (c1849-1924):

EILERS, George Henry (1824- ): m'd 1854 MCREYNOLDS, Sarah

"EILERS, GEORGE H.--Born in Germany in 1824; came to America in 1846, direct to Texas, and joined the American army; served in the quartermaster s department during the Mexican war; was in St. Louis subsequently, from whence he started to cross the plains to California, in 1852, with a band of cattle, but coming to the Soda Springs, where the Oregon and California trails separate, he chose the former.  Took a donation claim in Polk County, where his home has been ever since, excepting three years following 1869, when he was in Montana. Resides near McCoy, and is a farmer. Was county commissioner. Married, in 1854, Miss Sarah McReynolds."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 762]

ELBERT, James Armstrong ( -1913):

ELDREDGE, Sarah P. ( -1852): m'd VANBUSKIRK, Joseph; died on trail

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ELGIN, George Franklin: s/o George and Levica (Ruby) Elgin

ELGIN, George Wethers (1808- ): m'd RUBY, Levica Elvira; s/o George and Sophia (Wethers) Elgin

ELGIN, Helen M.: m'd 1852 RUBY, William H.; d/o George and Levica (Ruby) Elgin

ELGIN, James (1831-1920):

ELGIN, James Henry ( -1913): m'd 1858 HUMPHREYS; s/o George and Levica (Ruby) Elgin

ELGIN, Levica Leucotha "Dink": d/o George and Levica (Ruby) Elgin

ELGIN, Martha Sophia ( -1912): m'd 1854 DURBIN, Solomon; d/o George and Levica (Ruby) Elgin

ELGIN, Melvina R. "Mellie": d/o George and Levica (Ruby) Elgin

ELKINS, Charles W. (1847- ): m'd [   ], Ollie; s/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins

ELKINS, Clarissa "Clara" (1841-1917): m'd WELCH, George Bingham; d/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins

ELKINS, Elizabeth: d/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins

ELKINS, James (1831-1920): m'd 1860 MILLARD, Helen; s/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins; father of Charles M., Collins W., Luther II, Johnny, Frank, Helen Amelia and James Byrd

ELKINS, Joseph (183-1916): m'd 1866 WILSON, Mary Isabelle; s/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins

ELKINS, Julia (1844- ): m'd 1873 FARRELL, Patrick; d/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins

ELKINS, Louisa (1835-1892): m'd 1857 CLAYPOOL, Daniel Wayne; d/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins

ELKINS, Luther (1809-1887): m'd 1830 WILLIAMS, Philotheta; s/o Samuel and Lydia (Smith) Elkins

ELKINS, William Samuel (1837-1907): m1. 1866 BURKHART, Adaline (1843-1866); 1868 GRANT, Margaret Jane (1847-1900); s/o Luther and Philotheta (Williams) Elkins; s/o Willie Chester by first marriage; father of Attie Eveline, Mattie Winnetta, Arthur Grant, Beatrice Olive, Don William and Ross William by second marriage; buried in Riverview Abbey Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

"ELKINS, W. S.--Born in Ohio, May 1, 1837, and came with his parents to Oregon in 1852; settled with them in Linn County, being among the first settlers there. He and his brother built the Lebanon flouring mills in 1872, and were in that business until 1878, when they moved to Polk County, where Mr. Elkins followed merchandising for seven years. Was elected a member of the legislature in 1870; was instrumental in building the Cumberland Presbyterian church in Lebanon, and is an elder of the church; also a member of the Masonic fraternity. Married Miss Addie Burkhart, in 1866, who died in 1867, after one child had been born to them, which died in infancy. Mr. Elkins married again, in 1868, to Miss Maggie Grant, and they have now four children Nettie, Eva, Arthur G., and Attie. Resides at Dallas."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 762]

ELLIOTT, Elijah ( - ): m'd ,

ELLIS, Asbury E.:

ELLIS, Carrie ( -1867): m'd  1851 BLOUNT, William

ELLIS, L. T. (1833-1922):

ELLIS, Thomas Etheldred ( - ):

ELMER, George W. (1819- ): m'd 1852 [    ], Elizabeth

ELSTON, Elizabeth Jane (1841-1903) m'd c1858 BURT, Aaron A.; d/o William and Elizabeth (Sweet) Elston; born 05 Feb 1841 IL; died 20 Nov 1903 Magalia, Butte Co, CA; buried Clear Creek Cemetery, Butte Co, CA; a reminiscence of the journey west was written by her in later years and is retained by the family

ELSTON, Mary (1837- ): d/o William E. and (first wife) Elston

ELSTON, William E. (1809-1877): m1.; m2. 30 May 1840 SWEET, Elizabeth; s/o Moses and Thankful (Howard) Elston; born 31 Mar 1809 NY; died 03 Jun 1877 Magalia, Butte Co, CA; buried Clear Creek Cemetery, Butte Co, CA; family appears to have moved on to California and were shown there in several land transactions in the 1860s.  I have not been able to find them in the census records for 1860 and 1870.

EMERICK, George (1812- ): m'd 1834 GREENWOOD, Sophia

EMERY, Rachel Adcock (1823- ): m'd 1839 HOSKINS, Dillon; d/oTravis and Elizabeth (Frazier) Adcock; Travis Adcock had the entire families name changed to Emery by the Indiana State Legislature.  This is a public record.  It is not known why he decided to have the name changed. Rachel Adcock Emery was born January 28, 1823 in Randolph County, Indiana.  She married Dillon Hoskins August 11, 1839 in Henry County, Iowa.

EMMENS, Johannas (1820-1902): m'd Garwood ROBB , Eliza

EMMETT, Daniel W. (1814- ):

EMMETT, J. H. (1842- ):

EMMETT, John (1850-1901):

EMMONS, Sarah (1803- ): m'd c1820 KIRK, William

ENGLAND, Eliza (c1814-1852): m'd STEWART, Elias; died on trail of cholera

ENGLAND, William E. (1839- ): m'd 14 Jun 1869 STANTON, Olive Jane

"ENGLAND, WILLIAM--Born in 1839; came to Oregon and worked in the mines of Jackson County in the hard winter of 1852-53, when starvation was imminent, and venison was the miners only article of food. In the following years was in the carriage business. As a merchant his career was successful, and turning his attention to banking, he became a member of the firm of Williams & England, able and successful financiers, of Salem. Mr. England is a director of the State Insurance Company, of Salem. Married, June 14, 1869, Olive Stanton. They have one child, E. A. England."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 762]

ENGLE, Edmund M. (1840-1925):

ENNES, Kilyen (1830- ):

ENNES, Mary:

ENNES, Oliver:

ENNIS, James E. (1829-1898): m'd CONDIT, Mary

"ENNIS, JAMES E.--Is a farmer and stock-grower, residing in Scio, Linn County, and was born in Warren County, Kentucky, April 9, 1829; came overland to Oregon. His first wife, Mary Condit, died in 1862, and the second wife, Rebecca J. Richardson, died in 1884. [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 763]

ENSLEY, Eliza Ann: m'd 1844 ENSLEY, Joseph; maiden name unknown at this time

ENSLEY, John (1811- ): m'd 1834 [   ], Lydia

ENSLEY, Joseph (1824- ): m'd 1844 [   ], Eliza Ann

ENSLEY, Lydia: m'd 1834 ENSLEY, John; maiden name unknown at this time

ENSLEY, Nancy Gates: m'd 1849 DRAIN, Charles

ESPEY, Julia: m'd ESPEY, Robert; maiden name unknown at this time

ESPEY, Robert (1826-1918): m'd [   ], Julia

4) ESSLINGER, James ( - ):

18) ESTES, Charles: from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL

ESTES, John F. (1808- ): m'd 1838 TARTES, Frances

ESTES, Joseph (1833- ):

EUBANKS, Thomas J. (1829- ):

EVANS, Alvaro:

EVANS, Alvaro Mrs.:

EVANS, Amanda (1851-1919): m'd EVANS, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

EVANS, Ann ( -1852): died on trail

EVANS, Catherine: m'd 1830 EVANS, Thomas Jefferson; maiden name unknown at this time

EVANS, Child: d/o Alvaro Evans

EVANS, David (1830- ):

EVANS, Edward (1830- ):

EVANS, Elizabeth M.: m'd 1842 EVANS, William; maiden name unknown at this time

EVANS, Helen Z. ( -1915): m'd EVANS, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

EVANS, I. J. ( -1852): died on trail

EVANS, Margaret (1783-1852): m'd 1825 VANBUSKIRK, William; d/o John and Barbara (Andrew) Evans; died 23 Sep 1852 in Blue Mountains

"VAN BUSKIRK, WILLIAM, Sr.--Born in Maryland in 1796; moved to Kentucky, and thence to Ohio. Was a soldier in the war of 1812. Married in Kentucky in 1825 to Miss Margaret Evans. They had eight children, of whom two are now alive, namely Elizabeth (wife of T. B. Henderson, of Amity), and Daniel. The family came across the plains in 1852, and settled in Yamhill County, where the father died in 1859. The mother died on reaching the Blue Mountains, on the way to the valley."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 790]

EVANS, Maria (1814 -1899): m'd 1834 BIDDLE, Benjamin Robert

EVANS, Martha: m'd 1840 BIGHAM, James W.

EVANS, Richard (1832- ):

EVANS, Robert W. ( -1852): died on trail

EVANS, Rhoda: m'd 1844 THOMPSON, Jacob

"THOMPSON, JACOB--Born in Kentucky in 1822; lived at Evansville, Indiana, and in Iowa until he emigrated to Oregon; lived in the Waldo Hills for a year, and then moved to Linn County and there remained until the town of Halsey sprang into being, when he removed to it and entered into merchandising. In 1880 he exchanged that occupation for the livery business, which he still follows. Mr. Thompson was married in Indiana to Rhoda Evans. They have two children-James and Henry."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 788]

EVANS, Samuel D. (1827- ):

EVANS, Sarah ( -1914): m'd EVANS, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

EVANS, Sena Ann (1830- ): m'd 1850 COOPER, James

EVANS, Thomas Jefferson (1807- ): m'd 1830 [    ], Catherine

EVANS, William (1816-1892): m'd 1842 [   ], Elizabeth M.

EVEREST, Maria: m'd 1833 PARROTT, Samuel; arrived on ship Josephine in Feb 1852 from England

EVERHART, B. G. (1807- ):

EVERSALE, William (1819- ): m'd 1844 CRITTENDEN, Martha

FAINT, Mary: m'd CARRUTHERS, Richard

FAIR, Isabel (1789-1875): m'd LAFFEY, [   ]; emigrated with grown children

FAIRCHILD, Hyman (1832- ):

FAIRCHILD, Joel (1826- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Sarah

FAIRCHILD, Sarah: m'd 1849 FAIRCHILD, Joel; maiden name unknown at this time

FANNING, Charity (1840- ): m'd LUPER, John; d/o Levi and Nancy (James) Fanning

FANNING, Elias E. (1829- ): m'd 1850 GLEDHILL, Mary

FANNING, Levi (1809-1888): m1. JAMES, Nancy (1806-1852); m2. 1853 GILLILAND, Jane; first wife died on trail; father of 2 dau and 1 son by first wife

FARLEY, Lydia: m'd 1847 FARLEY, Robert; maiden name unknown at this time

FARLEY, Robert (1818- ): m'd 1847 [    ], Lydia

FARLOW, Hiram (1822- ): m'd  1845 [   ], Lucinda E.

FARLOW, Lucinda E.: m'd 1845 FARLOW, Hiram; maiden name unknown at this time

FARRELL, Ann Elizabeth (1822-1917): m'd FARRELL, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

FARRENS, Infant (1852- ): d/o Samuel and Martha (Ruby) Farrens; mentioned in some accounts as FARNES

FARRENS, Samuel Preston (1827-1899): m'd 1848 RUBY, Martha J.; m2. 1863 FINLAY, Martha; m3. 1893 OLINGER, Martha M.; s/o John and Nancy (Hickson) Farrens; wife died of cholera on trail after delivering an infant daughter; mentioned in some accounts as Preston FARNES; traveled extensively; had property in Texas and MO; reportedly was accused of wife beating and animal neglect

FARRINGTON,  Mary Jane  (1811-1885),  m�d  1825  WASHBURN, Alfred Sr.

FEELING, George (1803- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Mary Maria

FEELING, Mary Maria: m'd 1851 FEELING, George; maiden name unknown at this time

FELDEWERT, Nicholas (1826- ):

FERGUSON, Albert:

FERGUSON, Alexander (1812- ):

FERGUSON, J. L. (1830- ): m'd 1854 BIRD, Permania

"FERGUSON, J. L.--Born in Kentucky in 1830; remained there until 1852 and started for Oregon and settled at Lafayette, Yamhill County. His occupation is farming; he has been a member of the State Legislature (1876-77); was married in 1854 to Miss Permania Bird, daughter of John Bird, of Lafayette, by whom he had Ella, Claude C., R. B., J. L., Maggie J., and Lynian V. Mr. Ferguson resides near Lafayette, and carries on quite extensive farming operations."  {History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 763]

25) FERGUSON, Lycurgus:

FERRELL, George W. (1822- ): m'd 1853 PARKER,Susan Kale

FERRY, Charles (1805- ): m'd c1846 [   ], Ellen

FERRY, Ellen: m'd c1846 FERRY, Charles; maiden name unknown at this time

FICKENS, Katherine (1825-1910): m'd 1843 WEHRUM, Henry

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FIELDS, Ambrose (1792-1872): m'd NOWER, Ann; came in 1848; no indication on whether he returned east to accompany his family in 1852; two of their sons came prior to 1850; in 1852 three younger children and four married adult children with families also came

FIELDS, Isabelle Platte (1852-1929): m'd REARDON, [   ]; born on plains; d/o Nelson and Lucy Fields

FIELDS, Catherine (1831-1912): m'd 1844/49 LONG, Shelton M.

FIELDS, John Henry (1848-1931): s/o Nelson and Lucy Fields

FIELDS, Joseph Nower (1847-1922): s/o Nelson and Lucy Fields

FIELDS, Lucy (1822- ): m'd FIELDS, Nelson; maiden name unknown at this time

FIELDS, Martha Jane (1826-1901): m'd 1844 SHAW, Jefferson R.

FIELDS, Mary Ann (1818-1852): m'd 1835 BAILEY, Thomas; died on trail

FIELDS, Minerva (1835 ): m'd 1853 MILLER, James D. d/o Ambrose and Ann (Nower) Fields

FIELDS, Nelson (1821-1856): m'd [], Lucy

FIELDS, Nelson (1851-1852): died on plains; s/o Nelson and Lucy Fields

FIELDS, Sarah (1837- ): m'd 1855 EPPERLY, Albert; d/o Ambrose and Ann (Nower) Fields

FIELDS, Thomas R. (1837- ): m'd STICKLER, Clara; s/o Ambrose and Ann (Nower) Fields

"FIELDS, THOMAS R.--Born in Mason County, Kentucky, March 22, 1837; arrived in Oregon September 11, 1852. Occupation, merchant; residence, Oregon City. Wife s previous name, Clara Stickler. Children-Thomas E., and George C.{History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 763]

FIELDS, William Ambrose (1845- ): s/o Nelson and Lucy Fields

FIKE, Rachel (1829-1916): m'd BLACKFORD, [   ]

FILKINS, Renshaw (1834- ):

FINCH, Nancy ( -1852): died on plains

FINCH, Sarah Ann: m'd c1849 GRAHAM, Thomas

FINDLAY, Sarah Jane (1842-1925): m'd FINDLAY, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

FINLAYSON, J. J. (1820 - ):

"FINLAYSON, J. J.--Born in Scotland in 1820; came to America in 1841. On arriving in Oregon he settled in Clackamas County ; removed to Linn County and became a farmer. His present residence is Forest Grove, where he has recently settled, and his occupation that of a blacksmith. He married Ann Taylor in 1838 and Elizabeth Speedy in 1884, and his family consists of two children Catherine, wife of Judge Powell of Albany, and Christopher, now in Colorado, and two deceased, all of whom are by the first wife." {History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 763]

:       Carmen Finley's Web Page with 1852 Overland Account
FINLEY, Annie Eliza (1849-1925): m'd EMBREE, Thomas VanBuren
FINLEY, James Washington: m'd CAMPBELL, Margaret Jane
FINLEY, John Pettis:

FINLEY, William Asa:

FIREBAUGH, Michael (1808- ): m'd 1838 [    ], Rebecca

FIREBAUGH, Rebecca: m'd 1838 FIREBAUGH, Michael; maiden name unknown at this time

FISCHER, Frederick (1823- ): m'd c1847 [    ], Fredericka

FISCHER, Fredericka: m'd c1847 FISCHER, Frederick; maiden name unknown at this time

FISHER, Adam:

FISHER, James N. ( -1915):

FISHER, Rebecca:

FISHER, Stephen (1811- ): m'd 1847 [    ], Susannah

FISHER, Susannah: m'd 1847 FISHER, Stephen; maiden name unknown at this time

FISK, Amanda Ann: d/o Nathan and Esther Fisk

FISK, Esther: m'd 1841 FISKE, Nathan W.; maiden name may be Tripp

FISK, James H. ( -1907):

FISK, John Moffitt: s/o Nathan and Esther Fisk

FISK, Mary Jane: d/o Nathan and Esther Fisk

18): FISK, Mountain;  shared driving the Scott family "miscellaneous wagon"

FISK, Nathan Taylor: s/o Nathan and Esther Fisk

FISK, Nathan Willis (1821- ): m'd 1841 [   ], Esther; contributed by Jane Harris

FISK, William Ralph: s/o Nathan and Esther Fisk

FITCH, Thomas (1833- ):

FITZGERALD, Ildgretta Elizabeth (1835-1916): m'd 23 Dec 1851 SHACKLEFORD, Willis; d/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 04 May 1835 Elm Springs, Washington Co, Ark and died 26 Dec 1916 Stone Ranch, Chico, Butte Co, CA; traveled with Fitzgerald family as far as Fort Hall and then cut off for CA

FITZGERALD, J.J.: m'd THORP, Alice

"FITZGERALD, J. J.--Born in Jefferson County, Iowa; came to Oregon at an early day and settled at Portland. His present residence is at Buena Vista, and occupation, carpenter. He married Alice Thorp in Oregon in 1882."{History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 763]

FITZGERALD, James (1809-1852): m'd 13 Dec 1832 WHITE, Mahala; s/o John and Mary (Couch) Fitzgerald;  born 01 Jul 1809 Madison Co, AL and died 1852 on the trail cholera; burried at Emigrant Camp between LaGrande and Pendleton; accompanied by seven children who were taken in by other wagons; father of 9 children (Marcella, Ildretta Elizabeth, Jasper Newton, Minerva Penelope, Malinda Elizabeth, Sanford Carroll, Delilah, Lelitah, Zachariah Taylor, Susan, Nicholas and John Stone);  �About five miles east of The Dalles we came to a wagon standing at the side of the road and found there were seven children, the oldest a girl of about 13.  Their father and mother, James and Mehala Fitzgerald had died and they didn�t know what to do.� [Diary of Elizabeth Shepard Holtgrieve; Conversations With Pioneer Women by Fred Lockley]

FITZGERALD, John Stone (1852- ): s/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 01 Jun 1852; no additional information found

FITZGERALD, Malinda: m'd MAYCOMBER, Mr.;d/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 09 Jan 1840 Elm Springs, Washington Co, Ark and died Vancouver, Clark Co, WA  

FITZGERALD, Minerva Penelope (1839-1900): m1. 13 Mar 1853 FULKERSON, Peter Craig; m2. 1873 TARLETON, John Tarleton;  d/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 27 Dec 1839 Elm Springs, Washington Co, Ark and died 14 Mar 1900 Vancouver, Clark Co, WA; buried Old City Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark Co, WA; mother of 4 children by first husband (Josephine, Hannah Elizabeth, Robert Craig and Nellie); mother of 2 children by second husband (Daisy Caroline and Arthur Haines)

FITZGERALD, Nicholas (1850-1877) m'd 03 Jul 1875 VAN NATTA, Elizabeth, s/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 01 Oct 1850 Elm Springs, Washington Co, Ark and drowned 01 Mar 1877 in the Columbia River, one daughter, Talitha, was born a few months after his death

FITZGERALD, Sanford Carroll (1842-1898): m'd 1873 PEASE, Helen L.; s/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 05 Mar 1842 Elm Springs, Washington Co, Ark and died 28 Aug 1898 CA; in Tuolumne Co, CA by 1868 per voter registration records

FITZGERALD, Susan (1848-1924): m'd  13 Sep 1863 SUNDERLAND, Albert; d/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born  20 Nov 1848 Elm Springs, Washington Co, Ark and died 15 Apr 1924 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Historic Columbian Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of 3 children (George, Minnie and one unnamed);  husband was Oregon's first Dairy Commissioner

FITZGERALD,  Zachariah Taylor (1847-1931);  m'd 29 Dec 1874 HOLTGRIEVE, Emma Louise; s/o James and Mahala (White) Fitzgerald; born 09 Jun 1847 per 1900 census and death certificate or 20 Nov 1847 per bible records in Elm Springs, Washington Co, OR and died 25 Jun 1931 Multnomah Co., OR; buried Columbia Masonic Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of 9 children (Annie, James Henry, Minnie, Robert Nicholas, Charles Sanford, Lila Marie, Rose Louise, Gertrude Emma and Mae Zola)

FITZGERRILL, Alfred (1820- ): m'd 1850 [    ], Rachel

FITZGERRILL, Rachel: m'd 1850 FITZGERRILL, Alfred

FITZJERRELL, M. F.:

FITZMORRIS, Michael (1826- ):

FLEENER, Samuel (1815- ): m'd 1853 [   ], Eliza

11) FLEMMING, Henry H. (1811- ): m'd 1854 O'CONNER, Nancy (JONES)

FLETCHER, Charlotte (1848-1926): m'd GIBBONS, [   ]

FLINN, John: m'd ROYAL, Mary

FLUNER, Jesse ( -1852): died on trail

FLUNER, Rachel ( -1852): died on trail

FOGLE, George (1826- ):

FOISY, Augustine (1814- ):

FOLEY, Abraham Nordyke Dr. (1797 - ): m'd 08 Aug 1815 RUSSELL, Barsheba; s/o Elijah and Elizabeth (Nordyke)  Foley; born c 1797 VA and died 30 Sep 1881 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; settled first in Coos Co and later moved into Lane County.  In 1870 Dr Foley purchased rights to Hot Springs in Lane County that he named Bethesda Hot Springs which he used for a medical spa and resort.  He later sold out to his son in law, Henry Hill who ran them for a time before also selling out.  Abraham was the father of  (Harriet S., Elijah G., Elizabeth G., John R., Matilda, Sarah J., Euphratus J., Madison Nordyke and Robert Emmett)

FOLEY, Elizabeth G. (1820-1888): m'd 30 Jul 1848 HILL, Reuben Mason; d/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 08 Jan 1820 MO; mother of 8 children (Zarilda, Sarah, Martha E., Benjamin F., Samuel J., Julia D., Adeline and George R.M.)

FOLEY, Elijah G. (1818-1888): s/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 16 Apr 1818 and died 1888 Crook Co, OR

FOLEY, Euphrates J. (1828- ):. m'd 16 Jan 1854 [   ], Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 01 Apr 1828 MO' father of (Eli T. and Louisa B.)

FOLEY, Harriet S (1816-1888).: m'd 1832 CROW, Michael N.; d/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 22 May 1816 VA and died 21 Jun 1888 Douglas Co, OR; mother of 9 children (David L., Francis M., Elizabeth J., Henry G., Elijah G., Abraham N., Euphrates J., Auzella Ophelia and Josephine Ella)

FOLEYm Madison Nordyke (1836-1900): m'd 25 May 1865 WILLIS, Elnore; s/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 25 Apr 1836 MO and died 29 Sep 1900 Hood River, Hood River Co, OR; buried Idlewilde Cemetery, Hood River, Hood River Co, OR; father of 6 children (Robert B., Abrham Nordyke, Winthrop Adkins, Bernice Foley,  Melville Joseph, two unnamed children and Mary E.)

FOLEY, Matilda (1826- ): m'd LYLE, William; d/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 14 Feb 1826 MO

FOLEY, Robert Emmett (1840- ): m'd c1865 [   ], Margaret A.; s/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 08 Jan 1840 MO

FOLEY, Sarah J. (1826- ): m'd 13 Aug 1846 HILL, Henry T.; d/o Abraham and Barsheba (Russell) Foley; born 14 Feb 1826 MO; mother of 5 children (Harriet, S.M., Winthrop, Mary C. and Joseph W.)

FOLLIS, Allen Henderson ( - ): m'd c1846 WILLIAMS, Susannah

FOLLIS, William ( - ):  

FOLSOM, John E.:

FONG, J. M.:

FORD, Daniel (1827- ):

FORD, Felix H. (1827- ):

FORD, Robert:

FORD, Robison:


FOREN, William Clayborn (1831-1882): m'd 1854 PRINE, Sarah "Sally"; Willim Clayborn Foren he was born 20 Feb 1831 in Hardman County Tennessee and died 27 Dec 1882 in Prineville, Crook Co, Oregon. He married 01 Jan 1854 to Sarah (Sally) Prine. Sarah and William were on the same train and she was just 13 years old when she married.


6) FORGEY, Elias (1833- ): s/o Andrew and Anna (Roller) Forgey

6) FORGEY, George Washington (1840- ):  s/o Andrew and Anna (Roller) Forgey

6) FORGEY, Jacob Roller (1837- ): s/o Andrew and Anna (Roller) Forgey

6) FORGEY, James (1825- ): m'd 1847 MILHOLLEN, Mary Emaline

6) FORGEY, John (1818- ): m'd 1843 MILHOLLEN, Margaret Matilda; s/o Andrew and Anna (Roller) Forgey

6) FORGEY, Laura (1851- ): d/o John and Margaret (Milhollen) Forgey

FORGEY, Martha A. (1848-1923):

6) FORGEY, Mary Ann: d/o John and Margaret (Milhollen) Forgey

6) FORGEY, Nancy: d/o John and Margaret (Milhollen) Forgey

6) FORGEY, William Andrew (1847- ): m'd 1873 HALSTEAD, Jeannette;  John and Margaret (Milhollen) Forgey

FOSTER, Elizabeth (1842- ): d/o William and Margaret (Greenwood) Foster; turned off for CA

FOSTER, Frank (1837- ):

FOSTER, George (1840- ): s/o William and Margaret (Greenwood) Foster; turned off for CA

FOSTER, George (1843-1925):

FOSTER, James William (1829- ): s/o Philip and Fannie (Cummins) Foster; son of Philip Foster of Foster Farm and Philips first wife.  Mother died after birth of James and he went to live with his paternal grandparents, William and Lucy Foster.  He went to CA in 1852 and then joined his father in Oregon

FOSTER, Jeannette (1843- ):  d/o William and Margaret (Greenwood) Foster; turned off for CA

FOSTER, John W. (1825- ):

FOSTER, Margaret (1851- ): d/o William and Margaret (Greenwood) Foster; turned off for CA

FOSTER, Mary Jane ( - ): d/o William and Margaret (Greenwood) Foster; turned off for CA

FOSTER, Peyton ( - ): m'd FOSTER, Mary Jane; was uncle of William Harrison Foster and traveled with his family; after Margaret died he married her daughter Mary Jane Foster.; turned off for CA

FOSTER, Sarah (1846- ): d/o William and Margaret (Greenwood) Foster; turned off for CA

FOSTER, Thomas ( -1852): died on trail

FOSTER, Virginia (1813-1883): m1.WHITE, Peter; m2. 1853 BROTT, Jacob; Virginia's first husband died on the trail of cholera.  she arrived in the fall of 1852 with no crops or food available. Their friends who had arrived in Oregon before them (the Jack�s and Eastham�s) gave them potatoes. The story goes that they dug a hole in the earth filled it with the potatoes and built a log cabin around it. The Jack�s and Easthams had saved a plot of land for the White family upon their arrival. It was located on Butte Creek between Monitor, Marquam and Silverton. This farm was in the family until about the mid to late 1980's.  Virginia married 1853 Jacob Brott. She divorced him about1859. The story is told that he was a man that liked the liquor and that he was not reliable. That there were many clashes with Virginia and that one day she had had enough and sent him packing firing a rifle over his head.

FOSTER, William Harrison ( - ): m'd GREENWOOD, Margaret; turned off for CA

FOUNTAIN, Matthew (1814- ): m'd 1836 HICKS, Sarah

FOUTS, Jane: m'd 1849 FOUTS, Larkin; maiden name unknown at this time

FOUTS, John T. (1839- ):

FOUTS, Larkin (1810- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Jane

FOWLER, George M. (1824-1884): m'd 1848 VANDERPOOL, Philena; buried Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

7) FOWLER, Lodema (1833-1910): m'd 1849 MAYS, Robert; died at the Dalles, Wasco Co, OR

FOWLER, Mary Ann (1825-1899): m'd 13 Jun1844 LACY, Ira Wilkes; born PA and married in MI

FOX, Ephraim (1822- ): m'd 1846 WILLS, Louisa Francis; settled Linn Co, OR

FOX, J. B. ( -1915):

FOX, Nancy Jane: m'd 1851 BUNCH, James W.

FOX, Phoebe: m'd 1843 BUNCH, George

FRAKES, William (1826-1920):

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3) FRANKLIN, Benjamin (1819- ): m'd 1846 METZKER, Susannah Zickafoose; s/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin
 


3) FRANKLIN, Celestine (1848-1940): m'd 1865 EMMETT, Phillip; d/o Benjamin and Susannah (Metzker) Franklin

 

3) FRANKLIN, Mary Jane (1828- ): m'd SYRON, Peter Adolphus; d/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin

3) FRANKLIN, Samuel: s/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin

3) FRANKLIN, Sarah: d/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin

3) FRANKLIN, William (1850-1927):

3) FRANKLIN, William (1784-1886): m'd 1810 HACKNEY, Hannah

3) FRANKLIN, William Burris (1831- ): s/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin

FRANTZ, John ( -1852): m'd 1835 [   ], Susannah; died on trail

FRANTZ, Susannah (1811-): m'd 1835 FRANTZ, John; maiden name unknown at this time

FRAZER, Georgina: m'd 1849 FRAZER, Milton; maiden name unknown at this time

FRAZER, Milton (1831- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Georgina

FREDERICKS, Sarah ( -1852): died on trail

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FREEL, Amos R. (1809- 1852): m'd REYNOLDS, Elizabeth

FREEL, Charles Wesley (1852-1852): s/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Elizabeth Lucy (1846-1881): m'd 1867 WRENN, George P.; d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Francis Marion (1841-1852): s/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Maria (1835-1852): d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Marquis Lafayette (1850-1852): s/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

(1843-1929): m'd HAWLEY, David; d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Mary (1833-1852): d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Nancy Jane (1837- ): d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Sarah Ann (1829-1911): m'd 1846 KISOR, George Washington; d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Sophia (1831-1913): d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, Ursula (1848-1917): d/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, William H.J. (1839-1899): s/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEL, William Jasper (1849-1852): s/o Amos and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Freel

FREEMAN, Dorcas: m'd 1848 CROSS, Lorenzo D.

FREEMAN, Rachel: m'd 1846 FREEMAN, Walter; maiden name unknown at this time

FREEMAN, Walter (1801- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Rachel

FRENCH, John H. (1831- ):

FRENCH, Samantha Ann ( -1941):

FRENCH, William:

FRIEBERT, Rosannah ( -1914): m'd FRIEBERT, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

FRIZZELL, Almira: d/o Reece and Lillie Frizzell

FRIZZELL, Catharine: d/o Reece and Lillie Frizzell

FRIZZELL, G. Lafayette (1851-1926): s/o Reece and Lillie Frizzell

FRIZZELL, Jason Porter (1848-1917): s/o Reece and Lillie Frizzell

"FRIZZELL, JASON P.-Born in Missouri in 1848, the son of Porter Frizzell, a native of Virginia, who had settled in Missouri at an early day. The family set out to cross the plains, but the father died of cholera on the way, and four other members of the family perished also. The mother, Mrs. Lillie Frizzell, with six children, made her way to Oregon, and settled in Polk County. The children's names were Catharine, William, Joseph, Almira, Jason P., and Lafayette. Jason P. Frizzell is now a farmer near Perrydale. lie was married in 1872 to Louisa Baskett. They have two children Edith and Ethel." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 763-64]

FRIZZELL, Joseph: s/o Reece and Lillie Frizzell

FRIZZELL, Lilly ( - ): m'd 1834 FRIZZELL,Reece Porter

FRIZZELL, Lodisa: turned off for CA

FRIZZELL, Reece Porter (1815-1852): m'd 1834 [   ] , Lilly; Reece died near the John Day River on October 19.  His wife and children continued on and settled in Polk Co

FRIZZELL, William (1840-1924): s/o Reece and Lillie Frizzell

FRONK, John W. (1819- ):

FROST, George T. (1828- ):

FROTHINGHAM, Susan: m'd 1834 MASTERS, David; mother of Martha, C.A., James A., Thomas, Eliza, William and David

FRUIT, Elizabeth (1791-1871): m'd WALKER, Samuel H.; widow when emigrated to Oregon with children [see Walker listings]

FULLER, H.:

FRYER, Abel P. (c1826- ):

FRYER, Alexander L. (1829-1918): s/o William and Sarah Fryer

FRYER, Elvira Ann: d/o William and Sarah Fryer

FRYER, Flories Joseph: s/o William and Sarah Fryer

FRYER, Hetty F.: d/o William and Sarah Fryer

FRYER, James J.: s/o William and Sarah Fryer

FRYER, John L. (1823-1877): m'd 1856 DECKER Landess, Diana; s/o William and Sarah Fryer; wife was widow of Abram Landess

FRYER, Sarah: m'd 1822 FRYER, William; maiden name unknown at this time

FRYER, Sarah M.: d/o William and Sarah Fryer

FRYER, William W. (1797- ): m'd 1822 [   ], Sarah

FULBRIGHT, William (1823- ):

FULLERTON, Nancy Jane: m'd WATTS, William

GABRIEL, Rebecca: m'd 1850 GABRIEL, William; maiden name unknown at this time

GABRIEL, William J. (1819- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Rebecca

12) GAEBHART, Johanna (c1821-1852 ): m'd c1840 ABBOTT, William Young; husband died on trail; mother of Mary Ann, John, Sarah E., Samuel, William G.; took ill with mountain fever on the Snake River, died and was buried on the bank of the Powder River a few miles below where Baker City now stands
12) GAEBHART, John Capt. ( -1852): veteran of the War of 1812, fought Indians under General Jackson; died on the North side of the Columbia River of mountain fever, was buried a few miles above the falls.

GAGE, John Pike ( -1915):

GAINES, James F. (1835-1853): s/o Willis and Louisa (Crowley) Gaines

GAINES, John Wesley (1836-1921): m'd c1860 KIMSEY, Melissa Ann; s/o Willis and Louisa (Crowley) Gaines

GAINES, Louisa (1851-1872): d/o Willis and Louisa (Crowley) Gaines

GAINES, Mary Elizabeth (1846-1888): m'd 1864 DANIALS, Francis M.; d/o Willis and Louisa (Crowley) Gaines

GAINES, Samuel (1843-1934): m'd 1861 SOUTH, Susan; s/o Willis and Louisa (Crowley) Gaines

GAINES, Sarah (1845-1872): d/o Willis and Louisa (Crowley) Gaines

GAINES, Willis (1810-1888): m1. CROWLEY, Louisa (1813-1855); m2. 1857 FULKERSON, Elizabeth Kincaid; s/o John Wesley and Sarah Ann (White) Gaines

GALEY, Emeline (c1823- ): m'd 1854 ALFORD, Thomas; "Emeline Galey is living with Samuel Preston Hamilton (born abt 1814, TN), his wife Malissa (born abt 1820, IL) and daughter Mary (born abt 1843, AR) in the 1850 census in Clear Creek Township, Washington County, Arkansas. Emeline may be the sister of Samuel Hamilton's wife, Malissa.  Emeline Galey was the third wife of Thomas Alford (born 1802, VA). He immigrated to Linn County in 1850 and they were married in Linn County, February 1854.  It is believed that the Samuel Preston family emigrated with their next door neighbors, the James Wilson Ingrams in 1852." [per Alicia Roundy Houston]

GALLAND, M. ( -1852): died on trail May 1852, from IL

GALLOWAY, Charles (1798-1884): m'd 1830 HEENEY, Mary

"GALLOWAY, CHARLES--Born in Hampstead County, Virginia, August 20, 1798. Lived subsequently in Missouri and Illinois, and while at Galena married Miss Mary Heeney. They afterwards removed to Wisconsin, and Mr. G. served in the Black.Hawk war. Came to Oregon in 1852 and settled in Yamhill County. Mr. Galloway died September 30, 1884, surviving his wife but two weeks. They were both buried in the cemetery of St. Paul s Catholic Church, Marion County.  Their family, at one time, numbered six daughters and five sons, of whom three of the former and all of the latter still live. Father Galloway, as he was called, wras a man of the deepest piety, and possessed the respect of his fellow-men in an extraordinary degree."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 764]

GALLOWAY, Stephen H. (1827- ): m'd [   ], Annie E.

GALLOWAY, William (1845- ): m'd BAKER, Emma; s/o Charles and Mary (Heeney) Galloway:

"GALLOWAY, WILLIAM--Mr. Galloway is the youngest son of Charles and Mary Galloway. He was born in Iowa County, Wisconsin, June 10, 1845, and was brought by his parents to Oregon. Was educated at the common schools and at the Willamette LTniversity, graduating in 1868, with honors. Taught for a time in the North Yamhill Academy, and then studied law with Judge Curl in Salem. On October 18, 1875, he married Emma, daughter of V. Baker. Mrs. Galloway was born in Dodge County, Wisconsin, December 28, 1851. Their children are Zilpha Virginia, and Charles Varranus. Mr. Galloway was elected to the assembly in 1874, and again in 1878 and 1880; held the chairmanship of several important committees, etc. Resides at present in Bellevue Precinct."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 764]


GANIARD, Oscar Ovid (1832-1895): m'd 1858 GANIARD, Lucinda; s/o Peter and Ruth (Beldon) Ganiard; born in NY; 1834-1838 Ohio; 1838-1852 Michigan; 1852 emigrated to OR and went to Jackson Co to mine for gold; during hard times that winter he returned to Portland until 1856 when he moved to Josephine Co to settle; purchased a farm and opened a mercantile business; 1858 returned to MI to visit parents and married Lucinda Ganiard (d/o Silas and Lucinda (Wilder) Ganiard; 1872 moved to Jackson Co where he  farmed and once again opened a mercantile; final years spent in Ashland, OR; Oscar and Lucinda both buried in Ashland Cemetery, Ashland, OR

GANIARD, Peter (c1829- ): m'd 1851 CORBUS, Levina

GANTER, John (1810- ):

GARD, Kate ( -1916): m'd GARD, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

GARD, Timothy (1802- ): m'd 1829 MOSER, Mahala

GARDNER, J. E.:

GARLETS, Josiah (1825- ): m'd c1845 [   ], Mary H.

GARLETS, Mary H.: m'd c1845 GARLETS, Josiah; maiden name unknown at this time

GARLICK, Caroline: m'd 1850 GARLICK, William; divorced by Mar 1858; maiden name unknown at this time

GARLICK, William (1827- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Caroline; divorced by Mar 1858

GAROUTTE, Sophia Jane ( -1916): m'd GAROUTTE, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

GARRETT, James (1822- ): m'd  1852 WELCH, Frances M.

GARRETT, Richard (1833- ):

GARRETT, Thomas (1832-1908): m'd c1850 LISENBY, Permelia Ann

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GARRISON, Ephraim (1799- ): m'd MODIE, Nancy; s/o Jason and Mary Garrison

GARRISON, J. B.:

GARRISON, Mary ( -1852): m'd MASTERS, William; died on trail

GARRISON, William M. (1829- ): s/o Ephraim and Nancy (Modie) Garrison

GATES, Albert (1831- ): m'd 1857 STEPHENS, Mary Ann

GATES, Peter Paul:

GATES, Thomas:

GATES, William Harvey (1839-1925):

GATTON, William (1831-1924): m'd 1850 HENDRICKSON, Nancy Jane

GAUIRES, Lydia: m'd MORGAN, Erastus Newton

GAULT, Caroline E. (1849-1852): d/o John and Lucy (McClain) Gault; died on the trail near Green River

GAULT, Daniel McLain. (1842-1912): m1. 1867 HOWELL, Anna Rebecca; m2. 1878 HUMPHREY, Lydia E.; s/o John and Lucy (McClain) Gault

GAULT, Daniel McLain (1844- ): s/o Pembroke and Elizabeth (McLain) Gault

GAULT, Francis (1847-1852): s/o John and Lucy (McClain) Gault; died on the trail near Green River

GAULT, John (1814-1861): m'd 1840 MCCLAIN, Lucy

GAULT, John W. (1845-1908): s/o John and Lucy (McClain) Gault

GAULT, Lucy C. (1847- ): d/o Pembroke and Elizabeth (McLain) Gault

GAULT, Mary: m'd HUMPHREYS, [   ]; d/o John and Lucy (McClain) Gault

GAULT, Mary E. (1845- ): d/o Pembroke and Elizabeth (McLain) Gault

GAULT, Pembroke (1817- ): m'd 1842 MCLAIN, Elizabeth

GAULT, Persis (1849-1852): s/o Pembroke and Elizabeth (McLain) Gault; died on trail

18) GAY, Franklin B. (1827- ):  s/o Franklin and Debora Gay; born in VT, joined the Scott company in Tazewell Co, IL, traveled with his own wagon; he abandoned his wagon and left by the Snake River August 15th; "To day (August 15) 5 of our company concluded to go on by water.  They accordingly fitted up two wagon beds for the purpose and launded them into the Snake, they seem to answer a good purpose and if no accident befalls them they will reach the dalles in ten days or less."  (They planned on floating to Fort Boise and then travel afoot on account of the river rapids and falls.  The party included John Dixon, Robert Dixon, Frank Gay, Robert King and George Burns.); first worked at Oregon City as a carpenter; died 29 Feb 1896 at Lafayette, OR; earned high esteem from John Tucker Scott; served as the surveyor for the Free Emigrant Road

12) GEARHART, John W. (1821- ): m'd 1852 WILLIAMS, Rachel Ann

12) GEARHART, William (1819- ): m'd 1841 BENSON, Matilda

GEISEL, Andrew (1851-1856): s/o John and Christina (Bucks) Geisel; killed by indians Feb 22, 1856

GEISEL, Henry (1849-1856): s/o John and Christina (Bucks) Geisel; killed by indians Feb 22, 1856

GEISEL, John ( -1856): m'd BUCKS, Christina; killed by indians Feb 22, 1856

GEISEL, John J. (1847-1856):s/o John and Christina (Bucks) Geisel; killed by indians Feb 22, 1856

GEISEL, Mary (1843- ): m'd BLAKE, [   ]; d/o John and Christina (Bucks) Geisel

GIBBONS, William A. (1830- ):

16) GIBBS, Minerva A (1831-1901).: m'd 27 Apr 1852 CRESWELL, Jabez Remick; born 13 Nov 1831 Wapato, Louisa Co, IA; died 12 Nov 1901 Walla Walla, Walla Walla Co, WA; mother of  nine children (James A., Martha A., John Isaac, D., J. Cargill, Thomas C., Addison G., Juniatti and Alfred B.)

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5: GIBSON, Alfred Breese (c1843- ): s/o Daviess and Sophronia (Ingalls) Gibson; got cholera on trail but survived

5: GIBSON, Almira B. "Myra" (c1845-1930): m'd STARBUCK, Thomas; d/o Daviess and Sophronia (Ingalls) Gibson

5: GIBSON, Benton: s/o George and Mary Gibson

5: GIBSON, Cass (c1848- ): m'd MILLER, Melinda; s/o Daviess and Sophronia (Ingalls) Gibson

5: GIBSON, Daviess (1812- ): m'd 1839 INGALLS, Sophronia; s/o Samuel and Tabytha (Kennedy) Gibson; came to OR in 1849 with Ingalls brothers

"GIBSON, DAVIESS--Born in Missouri in 1812; the son of Samuel Gibson. The father's birth took place in South Carolina about 1780, and he served in the war of 1812. The son left home when twenty-one, went to Illinois and lived there nineteen years. Crossed the plains to Oregon and then went to the California mines in 1849. Returned to the "States"; via Panama, the next year, and in 1852 organized a company of emigrants, of whom his father was one, and set out for Oregon. The old gentleman died on the way, aged 72. Daviess Gibson settled in Polk County, and has remained on his original claim ever since. Has been assessor of his county (1860). Married Sophronia Ingalls in 1839. Children George I), (three years a Union soldier), Albert B., Alrnira B., Cass, Mary D. (deceased), Lyman D., and Sarah. The Gibson farm is in Polk County, five miles northwest of Salem." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 703]

5: GIBSON, Delilah Ann (1824- ): m'd INGALLS, Joseph; d/o Samuel and Tabytha (Kennedy) Gibson

5: GIBSON, Douglas ( -1906): s/o George and Mary Gibson

5: GIBSON, Eleanor (1820- ): m1. 1842 TAYLOR, William; husband and all but one child died of cholera on trail within 24 hours; d/o Samuel and Tabytha (Kennedy) Gibson; drove her wagon the rest of the way to OR

5: GIBSON, George D.: m'd HOMESLEY, Laura; s/o Daviess and Sophronia (Ingalls) Gibson

5: GIBSON, George G. (1806- ): m'd 1835 PORTER, Mary Bowen; s/o Samuel and Tabytha (Kennedy) Gibson

5: GIBSON, Hulda Zerilda (1831-1912): m'd 1852 HAYDEN, Benjamin F.; grandaughter of Samuel; father had died prior to 1852 (may have been Thomas Kennedy Gibson)

GIBSON, John (1826- ):

5: GIBSON, Mary Ellen ( -1866): m'd WAIT, Thomas B.; d/o George and Mary Gibson

5: GIBSON, Porter C. ( -1862): s/o George and Mary Gibson

5: GIBSON, Samuel (1780-1852): m'd KENNEDY, Tabytha; s/o Guyon and Eleanor Gibson; died of cholera on 08 June just a little beyond Fort Kearney; buried along trail; wife had died in 1847 in IL

5: GIBSON, Samuel D. (c1836-1897): m'd [ ], Mary E.; s/o George and Mary Gibson

"GIBSON, SAMUEL D.--Born in Pike County, Illinois, in 1836; came to Oregon and set tled in Polk County; still resides there; is a farmer by occupation. Married, March, 1807, to Mrs. Mary Foreman." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 764]

GILBERT, Samuel (1804- ):

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29) (20 Sep 1829-1882): m1.  03 Aug 1849 TIGARD, Sarah Ann (1829-1866); m2. MORRISON, Jane; s/o Cyrus Granger Gilbreath and Sarah Jane Craig (1811-1848);

29) (23 Mar 1832-17 Nov 1901): emigrated with brother in 1852 but later returned to Arkansas where he married and later died; s/o Cyrus Granger Gilbreath and Sarah Jane Craig (1811-1848)

GILBREATH, Joseph Love (13 Nov 1827-04 Jan 1853): m'd 29 Nov 1849 THOMPSON, Jemima

GILBREATH, Samuel (1814- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Sarah

GILBREATH, Sarah: m'd 1849 GILBREATH, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

GILBREATH, William Cameron (08 Sep 1851-18 Jan 1914): s/o Joseph and Jemima (Thompson) Gilbreath

29) GILBREATH, William  Pollock (09 Aug 1850-01 Sep 1921):  m'd  1883  Ring OHLSSON, Bertha  Adolphena(1851-1940);  s/o James Craig & Sarah Ann (Tigard) Gilbreath

GILES, Daniel (1836-1918):

GILFILLAN, T.G.:

GILFREY, D. C. Jr. Mrs.:

GILFREY, George L.:

GILFREY, Henry H. (1843-1925):

GILFREY, John T. (1818-1896):

2) 26) GILHAM, Abe ( -1852): died on trail

2) 26) GILHAM, Jane Anne: d/o Newton and Marecy (Valentine) Gilham

2) 26) GILHAM, Minerva A.: d/o Newton and Marecy (Valentine) Gilham

2) 26) (1811-1887): m'd 1845 VALENTINE, Marecy; noted July 18 in James Akin diary that "Gillhams left the company"; apparently started with Akin party and then left to lead his own group.

2) 26) GILHAM, Newton Lluallen: s/o Newton and Marecy (Valentine) Gilham

GILLAM, Corbin (1798- ):

GILLAM, Thomas J. (1834- ):

GILLAM, William F.:

GILLESPIE, Jacob (1809- ):

GILLESPIE, Margaret: m'd WITHERS, J.E.P.; d/o Jacob Gillespie

GILLETTE, P.W.:

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GILLIAM, Alfred: s/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLIAM, Charles (-1852): m'd [   ], Mary

GILLIAM, James J.E.: s/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLIAM, Jasper Newton (1831- ): m'd 1851 GILLIAM, Rosa Ann Elizabeth

GILLIAM, Joseph Grayson: s/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLIAM, Lavinnie: m'd FOSTER, Silas; sister of Jasper Gilliam

GILLIAM, Mary (c1802- ): m'd GILLIAM, Charles; maiden name unknown at this time

GILLIAM, Minerva: d/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLIAM, Nancy Jane: m'd JOHNSON, Carl Ellison; sister of Jasper Gilliam

GILLIAM, Rosa Ann Elizabeth: m'd 1851 GILLIAM, Jasper Newton; d/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLIAM, Sarah Sophronia: d/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLIAM, William H. (1829- ): s/o Charles and Mary Gilliam

GILLILAND, John M. (1802- ):

GILLILAND, John W. (1819- ):

GILLILAND, Mary ( -1913): m'd GILLILAND, [   ]

GILLILAND, Nancy:

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(1823-1898): m'd 10 Nov 1845 CLYMER, Lucinda; s/o James and Sarah (Williams) Gilmore

GILMORE, Cynthia Elizabeth (1834-1891): m'd ROBERTS, Joseph

GILMORE, David M. (1827- ): m'd [   ], Mary F.

GILMORE, James (1791-1863 ): m'd 1814 POTEET, Mary; father of 13 children; settled where Roseburg is now located; son, Samuel, had emigrated in 1843 with Applegate party

GILMORE, James Logan (1850-1929): m'd 1877 CROFTON, Isabella; s/o Beverly and Lucinda (Clymer) Gilmore

GILMORE, James P. (1830-1903): m'd 1851 BARNES, Nancy; s/o James and Mary (Poteete) Gilmore; father of 13 children; in 1885 moved with their family to Crofton Prairie in Washington Territory; buried in Goldendale Cemetery, Goldendale, WA

GILMORE, Josephine (1837-1852): d/o James and Mary (Poteete) Gilmore; died on trail of cholera

GILMORE, Mahala Elvira (1821-1909): m'd GILLIAM, William D.

GILMORE, Margaret P. (1824-1880): m'd 1847 BARKER, John Murphy

GILMORE, Mary Jane (1828-1868): m'd 1849 BARKER, Jesse Noland

GILMORE, Nancy A.: m'd 1851 GILMORE, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

GILMORE, Rebecca Catherine (1816- ): m'd 1839 HARRINGTON, Abel

GILMORE, Robert (1850-1925):

GILMORE, Sarah (1847- ): d/o Beverly and Lucinda (Clymer) Gilmore

GILMORE, Thomas (1830- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Nancy A.

GILMORE, Thomas J. (1836-1858):

GILMORE, Virginia C. (1825-1891): m'd 1845 WILLIS, William A.

GILMORE, William Henry (1848-1909): m'd 1881 DARLAND, Alsie Alice; s/o Beverly and Lucinda (Clymer) Gilmore


GILMOUR, Mary Elizabeth (1826-1898): m'd CRAWFORD, George Fisher Dr.; d/o James and Mary (Whitley) Gilmour; settled with husband in Benton Co; was a cousin of John Wilson Gilmour who emigrated in 1851; buried at Sand Ridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

3) GILSTRAP, Isaac (1830- ): m'd 1853 SYRON, Amy Elizabeth

8) GIMPLE, George Washington (1832- ): never married; may have cut off for CA; settled in Siskiyou Co, CA where it appears he remained farming through the 1900 Siskiyou Co, CA census

GIST, William (1828- ):

GITHENS, George (1828- ): m'd ,

GITHENS, Jane Stout ( - ):

GITHENS, William (1849-1925):

GLAZE, Reuben (1822- ): m'd 1842 SHELTON, Cynthia

GLEASON, Elizabeth J. (1834-1920):

GLEDHILL, Mary: m'd 1850 FANNING, Elias E.

GLENN, George G. (1828-1890): m'd 1855 COX, Malinda; buried Cox Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

GLENN, John G. (1821- ):

GOBER, Jane (1797-1852): m'd 1820 BRAMLET, Nathan Hull; died 3 days after her husband on 17 Aug 1852 of cholera; buried in Payette County, Idaho


GOBLE, Daniel B. (1815- ): town of Goble is named for him although he was not it's proprietor

GODDARD, Lewis A. ( -1915):

25) GODDELL, Father ( -1852): priest who died on Powder River

GODFREY, Able:

GOLDEN, Delia (1842-1917): m'd EDGERTON, [   ]

GOOD, Susanna (-1915): m'd MORRIS, [   ]

GOODALL, Oliver P. (1828- ): m1. 1853 BELL, Louisa; m2. 1864 GRAY, Grace

GOODELL, Abel ( -1852): m'd ADAMS, Eunice; died on trail of cholera

GOODHUE, Martha Jane (1824- ): m'd MCCLURE, John Barnett

GOODMAN, Allen Johnson (1847-1935), m1. 1874 GRIGSBY, Jennie, m2. 1897 FRONK,  Mary Margaret; s/o James Henry and Mary Margaret (Locker) Goodman

"GOODMAN, A. J.--Born in Missouri in 1847; the son of J. II. Goodman, who brought his family across the plains in 1852. The father now resides in Eugene City. He was born in Kentucky in 1823. A. J. Goodman went to California in 1869 and remained three years.  Farmed near Eugene City for a time, then sold his place and went east of the Cascades. Bought a drug store in Independence in 1882 which he sold and purchased a livery stable, which he now conducts." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 765]

GOODMAN, Charles W. ( -1915):

GOODMAN, Elizabeth A. (1851-); d/o James Henry and Mary Margaret (Locker) Goodman

GOODMAN, James Henry (1823-1906); m�d 1843 LOCKER, Mary Margaret ; brother of John B. Goodman

GOODMAN, John B. (1834-1927); m�d 1855 Sarah E. CRAIG (also 1852 arrival); brother of James Henry Goodman

GOODMAN, John C. (1845- ): s/o James Henry and Mary Margaret (Locker) Goodman; died sometime between the 1850 and 1860 census;  may have died on trail

GOODMAN, Mary F. (1850-?); d/o James Henry and Mary Margaret (Locker) Goodman

GOODMAN, W.R. (1848-1917):

GOODPASTURE, Alexander (1823-1862): m'd 1844 MOSS, Elizabeth Jane

11) GOODRICH, Anson: Capt of train from Lima Rock Co, WI

GOODWIN, Edward C. (c1825- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Nancy Ann

GOODWIN, Nancy Ann: m'd 1847 GOODWIN, Edward C.; maiden name unknown at this time

GORDON, Isabel: m'd 1850 GORDON, Patrick; maiden name unknown at this time

GORDON, Patrick (1820- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Isabel

GORE, Emerson (1824- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Mary E.

GORE, Henrietta B.: m'd c1841 GORE, James; maiden name unknown at this time

GORE, James (1813- ): m'd c1841 [   ], Henrietta B.

GORE, Mary E: m'd 1849 GORE, Emerson; maiden name unknown at this time

GORGAS, Solomon A.:

GOSA, Levi Brazil (1848-1922):

GOSA, Samuel T. (1815- ):

GOSSETTE, Abraham (1798- ):

18) GOUDY, Mary (1851-1932) d/o William and Malinda (Brown) Goudy; Mary was born 22 Oct 1851 and died Jun 1932.  

18) GOUDY, William H. "Bill" (1822-1897): m1. BROWN, Malinda Jane; m2. PURVINE, Rosaline Mrs.; s/o Stinson and Naomi (Roelofson) Goudy; William was born 02 Jul 1822.  He taught school in Marion County and farmed near Hubbard, OR.  He died 12 Jul 1897.

GOULD, Jeremiah (1797- ):

GOULD, John B. (1806- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Margaret

GOULD, Margaret: m'd 1842 GOULD, John B.; maiden name unknown at this time

GOULET, Antoine Samuel (1815- ): returned east in 1859 to bring his family out

GOULET, Mathias (1827-1903): m'd 1855 BAKER, Nancy; m2. 1891 Piett (CAMPBELL), Philmena

      18) GOWDY, John Tucker "Teet" (1835-1917): m'd 1861 KEMP, Anne Eliza; s/o Cyrus Finley and Tabitha (Roelofson) Gowdy; John  was born 21 Nov 1835 and died 26 Mar 1917;  He was the father of Arthur, Hattie G., Lillian and Elizabeth; came across the plains with his uncle, John Tucker Scott ; settled in Marion County at Belle Passi; later moved to Yamhill Co; drove the Scott family's miscellaneous wagon; John's  was a cousin to the Goudy family listed above, his father spelled his name Gowdy as opposed to his siblings that spelled it Goudy; John served in the 1895 Oregon Legislature, House of Representatives, from Yamhill County

"GOWDY, J. T.--Born in Illinois in 1835; on his arrival in Oregon settled in Marion County; now lives three miles southwest of Dayton, in the occupation of farming. Married Annie E. Kemp in 1860, and their children s names are Arthur C., Hattie G., Lillian E., and Martha E."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 765]

GRADON, Isabella: m'd 1850 GRADON, Israel; maiden name unknown at this time

GRADON, Israel (1821- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Isabella

GRADY, Elizabeth (1834- ): m'd 1850 HALE, Andrew

GRAHAM, Harriet: m'd c1841 GRAHAM, William; maiden name unknown at this time

GRAHAM, John (1830- ):

GRAHAM, Robert (1809- ): m'd 1830 [   ], Minerva B.

GRAHAM, Mary Eleanor: m'd 1835 BROWN, John; settled Lane Co

GRAHAM, Minerva B.: m'd 1830 GRAHAM, Robert; maiden name unknown at this time

GRAHAM, Thomas (c1826- ): m'd c1849 FINCH, Sarah Ann

GRAHAM, William (1818- ): m'd c1841 [   ], Harriet

16) GRANGER, Elizabeth (1798-1876): m'd c1818 KIRTZ, Zachariah; born 1798 IN and died 16 Aug 1876 Washington Co, OR; buried Union Point Cemetery, Banks, Washington Co, OR; mother of 14 children (William, Barbara, Jacob, Mahala, Mary Elizabeth, Sarah, Levi, John Herman, Frances, Nancy B., Christopher, Catharine, Samuel and Josephus)

GRANT, David (1836- ):

GRANT, David A. (1851- ): s/o Richard and Sarah (Williams) Grant

GRANT, James M. (1852- ): s/o Richard and Sarah (Williams) Grant; born in Dec several months after arrival

GRANT, Josephine (1835-1919): m'd GRANT, Hugh R.

GRANT, Mary Ellen (1847- ): m'd BEVENS, T. O.; d/o Richard and Sarah (Williams) Grant

GRANT, Nancy Melvina (1849-1852): d/o Richard and Sarah (Williams) Grant; died on trail

GRANT, Richard Jackson (1825-1891): m'd 1846 WILLIAMS, Sarah Jane; father of five children (Nancy Melvina, Mary Ellen, David A., James M. and Gilbert M.)

 "GRANT, RICHARD J.--Born in Missouri in 1S25; came to Oregon and settled in the beautiful valley of the Luckiamute, and still resides there, engaged in farming. He married Sarah J. Williams, in Davis County, Missouri, in 1846, and they have Mary E., Nancy M., David A., and James M. Mr. Grant represented Polk County in the Oregon Legislature in 1868, 1870, and 1878."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 765]

GRAVES, George A.:

GRAVES, James (1830-1918):

GRAVES, Rebecca: m'd GRAVES, Wesley; maiden name unknown at this time

GRAVES, Milbrey: m'd JOHNSON, Richard

GRAVES, Wesley (1817- ): m'd 1840 SHOEMAKER, Rebecca

"GRAVES, WESLEY--Born in Ohio in 1817; moved to Illinois in 1840, arid carried on for several years a cabinet manufactory; crossed the plains in 1852, and locating at Corvallis, carried on the furniture business, and kept a hotel for a time. Mined for two years at Boise City; went to Salem in 1864, and kept the Union Hotel for live years; has been lessee of the Heed (Commercial), and Chemeketa Hotels, and keeps the latter at present. Is the oldest hotel-keeper in Oregon, probably. Was married in Ohio in 1840, to Rebecca Shoemaker. They have had a large family, of whom but two survive Joanna, and F. A. The names of the deceased were William, Mary, Martha J., George R., and Emma."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 765-66]

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GRAY, Caleb (1819- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Jane T.

GRAY, David Milton: s/o James Gray

GRAY, George Washington (1837-1916): m'd 1865 BONNER, Harriet E.; s/o James Gray

"GRAY, G. W., M.D.--Born in Rush County, Indiana, May 22, 1837. Came to Oregon with his father, who settled in Linn County. Commenced the study of dentistry in 1861, and attended the Dental College in Cincinnati, graduating in 1865. Returned to Oregon the same year and located in Albany, where he has since practiced and has been president of the Oregon State Dental Association. Owns a city residence and two farms of four hundred and seventy-six acres. The doctor has been a member of the city council. Married Miss Harriet E. Bonner in 1865, and they have three children-Arthur D., Londa B., and Mary Lena."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 766]

GRAY, James (1797- ): wife died just prior to emigration; settled in Linn Co

GRAY, Jane: m'd GLASS, Robert; d/o John Gray

GRAY, Jane T.: m'd 1850 GRAY, Caleb; maiden name unknown at this time

GRAY, John  (1813-1889): brother of James Gray; settled in Linn Co

GRAY, Josephine Selena: d/o James Gray

GRAY, Lorenzo Erasmus: s/o James Gray

GRAY, Martha Jane: d/o James Gray

GRAY, Nancy: never married; sister of James Gray; settled in Linn Co

GRAY, Nancy Elizabeth: d/o James Gray; second wife of Bird Waggoner

GRAY, Samuel Paxton ( -1852): s/o James Gray; died on trail

GRAY, William Linn Clinkenbeard: s/o James Gray

GREEN, Henry D.:

GREEN, John (1821- ):

GREEN, Mary: m'd SMITH, Michael


GREENE, Martha Ann (1821-1880): m'd 1839 PATTY, William Rooker; d/o Don Felix and Nancy Ann (Drummond) Patty; buried in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

GREENWOOD, John (1804- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Mary Jane

GREENWOOD, Margaret ( -1852): m'd FOSTER, William Harrison; died on the trail

GREENWOOD, Mary Jane: m'd 1851 GREENWOOD, John; maiden name unknown at this time

GREENWOOD, Sophia: m'd 1834 EMERICK, George

GREENWOOD, William L. (1825- ): m'd 1847 WALTON, Martha J.

GREER, George H. (1836- ): m'd 1864 SPENCER, Cornelia Jane

GREER, Henry R. (1797- ):

GREER, James (1809- ): m'd 1832 HAMILTON, Margaret

GREGG, Dau: d/o John GREGG

GREGG, Dau: d/o John Gregg

GREGG, John (1798-1852): d. on trail

GREGG, Levi (1824- ): m'd SMITH, Susanna

GREGG, Samuel (1830- ):

GREGG, William R.:

GREGG, Urania Jane (1845- ): m'd MCCONNELL, James

GREINER, Henry (1825- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Phebe Jane

GREINER, Phebe Jane: m'd 1848 GREINER, Henry; maiden name unknown at this time

GRIBBLE, Henry: Mentioned in Samuel Woodruff Diary

GRIER, Ann: m'd 1839 GRIER, John; maiden name unknown at this time

GRIER, Delilah (1832-1892): m'd LEIGH, C.B.; s/o John and Susan Grier

GRIER, Isaac (1828-1899): s/o John and Susan Grier

GRIER, John (1798-1877): m'd [   ], Susan

GRIER, John (1832-186): m'd [   ], Delilah; s/o John and Susan Grier

GRIER, John (1819- ): m'd 1839 [   ], Ann

GRIER, Mary (1828-1921): m'd GRIER, Robert; maiden name unknown at this time

GRIER, Robert (1826-1900): m'd [ ], Mary; s/o John and Susan Grier

GRIER, Susan (1810-1878): m'd GRIER, John; maiden name unknown at this time

GRIER, Sylvester (1830- ): m'd 1865 CLARK, Matilda

GRIFFIN, Sarah Wallace (1776-1856): m'd bef 1797 RICHARDSON, George; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

GRIFFITH, Amos Jr. (1823- ):

GRIFFITH, Elvira Ann: d/o John W. Griffith

GRIFFITH, John W. (1795- ):

GRIFFITH, Maria T. (1846- ):

GRIFFITH, Rebecca ( -1915): m'd GRIFFITH, [   ]

GRIFFITH, Sarah (1831-1855): m'd 15 Aug 1847 ALLEN, Andrew Jackson; mother of  four children (Nelson, Wesley Solomon, Ellen Melissa and Joseph A.)

GRIM, Jacob (1808- ): m'd 1832 [   ], Jane

GRIM, Jane: m'd 1832 GRIM, Jacob; maiden name unknown at this time

GRIM, Sarah: m'd c 1843 HOWARD, Pontius; there has been much confusion over Sarah's last name; some records indicated her name was Sarah Grim while other stated Sarah Prince; legal documents from IL have finally established that her name was GRIM

GRISWOLD, Mr. ( -1852): Was traveling with the Chapman Train. Died June 8, 1852 of cholera.

GROOM, Arson A. (c1821- ):

GROVES, Obijah (1827- ):


GRUBBS, David (1808-1886): never married

GRUBBS, Francis H. (1834- ): m'd LEE, Lucy Ann; graduate of Willamette University; wife was the daughter of the well known missionary Jason Lee, Francis died in Portland, buried

GRUBBS, John (1802- ): m'd 1832 AUSTEN, Susan; traveled with several of his sons; the remainder of the family came in 1853 via the Isthmus of Panama

GRUBBS, Samuel (1815- ): m'd 1840 BELL, Elizabeth

GUBSER, Johanna: m'd 1831 GUBSER, Joseph; maiden name unknown at this time

GUBSER, Joseph (1806- ): m'd 1831 [   ], Johanna

GUERIN, George Crane (1826- ): m'd 1852 MORGAN, Drusilla

GUERIN, James F. (1828- ):

GUERIN, Susan Elizabeth (1822- ): m'd 1841 HAYES, Henry; husband died on trail

24) GUGE, Anna S. (1820- ): m'd JONES, Isaac

24) GUGE, Jane H. (1819- ): m'd JONES, Jacob

GUILEY, George W. (c1830- ):

GULLIFORD, Ann Eliza (1849-aft 1860): d/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, Emma Catherine (1844-1941): m'd 1858 ALLEN, William M.; d/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, Jacob Allen (1834-1922): m'd 1872 VANVERPOOL, Martha Elizabeth; s/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, Jasper Newton (1847-1920): m'd 1872 HODGES, Elizabeth Catherine; s/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, John Lewis (1836-1899): m'd c1859 HARDESTY, Julia Ann; s/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, Sarah E. (1838-1917): m'd 1857 COOPER, William R.; d/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, William Henderson (1840-1901): m'd bef 1865 HAPTONSTALL, Ellen; s/o William and Eliza (Shoup) Gulliford

GULLIFORD, William M. (1810-1865): m'd 1833 SHOUP, Eliza (1810-1857); the Gullifords settled first in Lane County

GURNEY, R.M. (1814-1878):

GUSTIN, Alexander (1832- ):

GUTHRIE, Robert (1830- ): m'd 1853 , Mary Elizabeth

GWINN, Norman (1818-1901): m'd 1852 BLOXSON, Cynthia; buried , Marion Co, OR

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GWYNN, Rhys Rev. (1834-1917): note: obituary says he was a pioneer of 1852 which appears to be incorrect.  According to the 1900 census he did not arrive in the US until 1861.  Other records, including his marriage information, indicates he was not in Oregon until the 1860s.

HACKLEY, Dewitt C. (1826- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Sophia W.

HACKLEY, Francis S. (1779- ):

HACKLEY, Sophia W.: m'd 1850 HACKLEY, Dewitt C.; maiden name unknown at this time

HACKNEY, Hannah ( -1852): m'd FRANKLIN, William; died on Mt. Hood and is buried on the Barlow Trail


HADAWAY, Edward C. (1811-1895): m'd c1846 ROSWELL, Elizabeth Jane; farmer, born 11 Apr 1811 Pittsburg, PA; in 1835 moved to Baltimore, MD; Sgt-at-Arms for Oregon House of Representatives 1872, 1874, 1880; settled in Dayton, Yamhill Co, OR; father of seven children (Abraham Lincoln (1864-1924), Edward E. (1851-1899), George Armstrong (1847-1889), Lewis (1858-1886), Mary Elizabeth (1849-1934), William (1854-1877) and Charles)

"HADAWAY, EDWARD C.--Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, April 11, 1811); in 1835 moved to Baltimore, Maryland; in 1852 came to Oregon and settled at Dayton, Yamhill County, where he still lives, engaged in farming.  He married Elizabeth J. Roswell, and their children s names are-George A., Mary E., Edward, William, Lewis, Charles, and Abraham L. Mr. Hadaway was sergeant-at-arms in the Oregon House of Representatives in 1872, 1874, and 1880."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p.766]

HADAWAY, Edward E. (1851-1899): born 28 Jan 1851; s/o Edward and Elizabeth (Roswell) Hadaway; buried in Dayton Pioneer Cemetery, Dayton, OR

HADAWAY, George Armstrong (1847-1889): born 02 Jun 1847; s/o Edward and Elizabeth (Roswell) Hadaway; 

HADAWAY, Mary Elizabeth (1849- ): m'd 1868 BAILEY, Ambrose; born 07 Jan 1849 and died 21 Jan 1934 in Long Beach, WA; d/o Edward and Elizabeth (Roswell) Hadaway

HADLEY, Margaret J. (1794-1852): m'd IRVINE, Jesse; husband d. 1844 MO; she died upon arrival and is buried at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

HAGOOD, Henry (1815- ): m'd 1842 STONE, Mary

"HAGOOD, HENRY--Born in Virginia, May 15, 1815. Lived in Missouri prior to coming to Oregon, which he did in 1848. Lived in Washington County until 1853, then removed to Polk County, and has lived there since. His occupation has been principally farming, and now owns three hundred acres of land. Also owns a house known as the "Traveler's Rest". Married in 1842 to Miss Mary Stone.  Has now seven living children and one deceased. His residence and post-office address are Dallas." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p.695]

HAIGHT, Eliza ( -1856): m'd 1845 HILL, Eben B.

HAINES, Francis A. (1832-1913):


HALE, Andrew (1831-1909): m'd 1850 GRADY, Elizabeth; s/o William and Sarah (Borders) Hale

7) HALE, Calvin Thomas (1827-1887): m'd 1851 MAYS, Milla Catherine; originally emigrated in 1848 and drove wagon for Bristow family; after arrival in OR he went with William Bristow to gold fields then later returned to IL and returned to OR in 1852 as captain of a wagon train that included his family

HALE, Elias (1827-1853 ): m'd 1851 MCKINLEY, Elizabeth; killed in a card game in Syracuse, Linn Co, OR in 1853

HALE, Elias A. (1850- ): m'd 1875 SPERRY, Mary s/o Michael and Jemima (McKinley) Hale

HALE, Jefferson (1852- ): s/o Elias and Elizabeth (McKinley) Hale

HALE, Jestinia: m'd 1822 MESSERSMITH, Andrew

HALE, John (1848- ): s/o Michael and Jemima (McKinley) Hale

HALE, Laura (1851- ): d/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Grady) Hale

HALE, Michael (1819-1879): m1. MCKINLEY, Jemima; m2. 1853 SMITH, Nancy; s/o William and Sarah (Borders) Hale; wife and daughter died on trail of cholera

HALE, Milton: s/o William and Sarah (Borders) Hale emigrated in 1845; see 1845 emigrant listing

HALE, Milton (1838-1895): s/o Michael and Jemima (McKinley) Hale

HALE, Moses (c1821- ):

7) HALE, Nebraska John (1852- ): s/o Calvin and Milla (Mays) Hale

HALE, Sarah (1838-1915): m1. 1853 HANNAN, Elijah; m2. 1859 SIMISON, Dayton; d/o William and Sarah (Borders) Hale; buried Hale-Simison Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HALE, Thomas:

HALE, Victoria: d/o Elias and Elizabeth (McKinley) Hale; probably born after arrival

HALE, William (1836-1903): m'd 1857 ALLPHIN, Rachel; s/o William and Sarah (Borders) Hale

HALE, William (1799-1881): m'd 1818  BORDERS, Sarah; s/o Jesse and Hannah Hale; buried Hale-Simison Cemetery, Linn Co, OR


HALL, Alfred C. (1843- ):

HALL, Amos Z. (1824- ): m'd 1852 PARRISH, Nancy

HALL, Anna: m'd 1852 BOOTHE, Abijah

HALL, Daniel O. (1832- ):

HALL, Edna: m'd 1850 MESSNER, Daniel H.

HALL, Elizabeth: m'd c1847 HALL, John; maiden name unknown at this time
HALL, Essalum M. (1824-1888): m'd 1844 SMELSER, Mahala

HALL, Francis M.: s/o Essalum and Mahala (Smelser) Hall

HALL, Isaiah S.: s/o Essalum and Mahala (Smelser) Hall

HALL, James C. (1799- ): m'd 1818 [   ], Magdalena

HALL, John (c1799- ): m'd c1847 [   ], Elizabeth

HALL, Johnson (1829- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Sarah

HALL, Josiah (1806- ): m'd 1829 [   ], May

HALL, Lurana: d/o Essalum and Mahala (Smelser) Hall

HALL, Magdalena: m'd 1818 HALL, James C.; maiden name unknown at this time

HALL, May: m'd 1829 HALL, Josiah; maiden name unknown at this time

HALL, Rowland (1827- ):

HALL, Samuel (1826- ):

HALL, Sarah: m'd 1851 HALL, Johnson; maiden name unknown at this time

HALL, William ( -1852): died on trail

HALLOGAN, John (1823- ):

HALSTED, Jacob (1828- ): m'd 1852 MALONE, Brittanna

HALTRUNNER, Caroline V. (1837-1917): m'd JACKSON, [   ]

HAM, Isaac (1842-1925):

HAMBLE, Mary (1828-1921): GREER, [   ]

27) HAMILTON, John Henry (1826-1909) m�d 1848 ROBBINS, Mary Jane Robbins

27) HAMILTON, JohnMilton (L) (1850-1894) s/o John Henry and Mary Jane (Robbins) Hamilton, died in a mine collapse in Grant Co., Oregon

HAMILTON, Margaret: m'd 1832 GREER, James

HAMILTON, Melissa A.: m'd 1838 HAMILTON, Samuel Preston; maiden name unknown at this time

27) HAMILTON, Minerva Elizabeth (1823-1920) m�d 1848 James Anderson Robbins

HAMILTON, Samuel Preston (1816- ): m'd c1838 [   ], Melissa A.; "Samuel Preston Hamilton (born abt 1814, TN), his wife Malissa (born abt 1820, IL) and daughter Mary (born abt 1843, AR) and Emeline Galey (b.c1823) are enumberated in the 1850 census in Clear Creek Township, Washington County, Arkansas. Emeline may be the sister of Samuel Hamilton's wife, Malissa. It is believed that the Samuel Preston family emigrated with their next door neighbors, the James Wilson Ingrams in 1852." [per Alicia Roundy Houston]

HAMILTON, T.J. (1841- ):

HAMILTON, William C. (1823- ): m'd 1854 GHOLSON, Eliza Jane


HAMLIN, Eliza Jane (1849-1897): m'd 1866 ANDERSON, William Thomas (1845-1910); d/o James and Eliza (Shearer) Hamlin

HAMLIN, Elizabeth Jane ( -1915): m'd HAMLIN, [   ]

HAMLIN, Infant Daughter (1851-1852): c/o James and Eliza (Shearer) Hamlin

HAMLIN, James A. (1815-1894): m'd 1840 SHEARER, Eliza Jane; s/o William and Mary (Smith) Hamlin; James & Eliza Hamlin left Iowa in April, 1852, and arrived in Jackson County, Oregon via the Southern Route in October, 1852.  They lost a baby daughter along the way.  James was involved in the Indian War of 1853, and during the Indian uprising of 1855, their's was the only cabin that was not burned by the Indians.  Supposition is that Grandma Hamlin was friendly with the Indians, so the cabin was spared.  Children born after arrival in Oregon (George Washington Hamlin, b. 1853, d. after 1930, m. Mary Elizabeth Lundy 1875, daughter of Cyrus Lundy & Mary Ann James, b. 1857, d. 1941.  Married second Lulu May Kinney 1892, she b. 1872, d.1899; Thomas Jefferson Hamlin, b. 1855, d. 1951, m. Ellen Lundy 1878, she b. 1859, d. 1943; Rosanna L Hamlin, b. 1858, d. unknown, m. Jesse Wyatt Wilson 1877, he b. 1847, d. 1937, son of Arthur Wilson & Ulcey Passwater.  She m. second John Andrew Jackson Carlile 1898, he b. about 1850, d. unknown, son of John Carlile & Catherine True; James B Hamlin, b. 1860, d. 1861; Lucinda Hamlin, b. 1863, d. 1879; Julia Ann Hamlin, b. 1865, d. 1957, m. Thomas Reese Miles 1884, he b. 1857, d. 1942.  Married second Hiram J Doubleday, b. 1865, d. after 1930; and Andrew Jackson Hamlin, b. 1867, d. 1945, m. Elba Helena Fitzwater 1888, daughter of James Bunyard Fitzwater & Mary Ann Randles, b. 1871, d. 1930).  Note: A handwritten record (source unknown) lists a daughter, Sarah Mariah Hamlin b. 26 Feb 1845 and a son, James H Hamlin b. 15 Jun 1851.  These children do not appear in any other document or record related to James & Eliza Hamlin, and they do not appear on any census records.  However, at the foot of the burial plot of James & Eliza Hamlin there are two small concrete blocks with initials scratched in them:  "JH" and "SM".  I believe these are in memory of these two children who died before the family left Iowa headed for Oregon, and have added them to my Hamlin family tree. 

HAMLIN, Martha E. (1846-1861): d/o James and Eliza (Shearer) Hamlin

HAMLIN, Mary (1823-1854): m'd 1843 JOHNSON, John W. (1820-aft 1870); d/o William and Mary (Smith) Hamlin

HAMLIN, Mary Ann (1841-1932): m'd 1857 GRIFFIN, William Marion (1830-1901); d/o James and Eliza (Shearer) Hamlin

HAMLIN, William Henry (1843-1932): m'd 1865 ARMPRIEST, Lavina Ann (1849-1929); s/o James and Eliza (Shearer) Hamlin; William Henry Hamlin's wife, Lavina Armpriest was daughter of William Armpriest & Sarah Bilby.  (Lavina's father was in the same 1848 wagon train as Burrel Griffin). 

HAMMOND, George:

HAMMOND, Henry:

HAMMOND, Sarah Ann (1835-1925): m'd HAMMOND, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time


8) HAMMONS, Cynthia: m'd WATSON, James L.

8) HAMMONS, Nancy ( -1852): m'd SPENCER, Charles; died on trail 10 June 1852, 16 miles west of Prairie Creek and 16 miles east of Wood River; Nancy's husband died Oct 27, 1852, the day after arriving at Portland

18) HANCOCK, John (1828- ): from Groveland, Tazewell Co, IL; in 1853 was living in Milwaukie, OR; not held in high esteem by John Tucker Scott who stated that he was a braggart and yarn teller and "the laziest man I saw on the plains"

HANCOCK, Jonathan (1848-1926):

HANFORD, Cornelius H. (1849-1926):

HANKINS, John: m'd 1840 [   ], Susannah; name often seen in the records as Hawkins; DLC was originally listed as Hawkins but a petition was filed to correct spelling

HANKINS, Susannah: m'd 1840 HANKINS, John; maiden name unknown at this time;

HANKINS, W. H. (1841-1912):

HANLEY, Michael (1824- ):


HANNA, Dolph: cooked and worked for the Jonathan Jackson family

HANNA, Joseph A. Rev. (1823- ): m'd 1852 MCMILLAN, Esther Belle

HANNUM, John S. (1825- ):

HANNUM, Lewis L. (1827- ): m'd 1856 RITNER, Mary

"HANNUM, LEWIS L.--Born in Hampton County, Massachusetts, in 1827; moved to Ohio in 1839, to Michigan in 1844, and came to Oregon in 1852, and settled in Polk County. Present residence, Luckiamute Valley, and occupation, carpenter and fanner. He married Mary Ritner in Oregon in 1856, and their children s names are Julius, Sarah H., Andrew, Ann, Lewis L., Eva, and Una." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 766-67]

(1810- ): m'd 1837 VANWINKLE, Ann Maria

HANSON, George (1819- ):

HARBAUGH, Fred:

HARDEN, John (1824- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Mary A.

HARDEN, Mary A.: m'd 1846 HARDEN, John; maiden name unknown at this time

HARDESTY, Charles (1817- ): m'd 1836 [    ], Mary Jane

HARDESTY, Henderson B. (1811- ):

HARDESTY, Julia: m'd GULLIFORD, [   ]

HARDESTY, Mahala (1803-1895): m'd CHAPMAN, Jesse Smith; d/o Henry and Elizabeth (Matheny) Hardesty; mother of 8 children.

HARDESTY, Mary Jane: m'd 1836 HARDESTY, Charles; maiden name unknown at this time

HARDIE, J. K.:

HARDING, Alwin M. (1816- ): m'd 1840 [   ], Violette O.

HARDING, Violette O.: m'd 1840 HARDING, Alwin M.; maiden name unknown at this time

1) : m'd 23 Feb 1837 MILLER, Elizabeth

HARDY, Joshua E. (1833-1925):

HARE, N. D. ( - ): m'd ,

HARE, W. S. ( - ): m'd ,

(sometimes spelled HARRER and  HARROW, etc.)
29) HARER, Alfred  Franklin (03 Nov 1848-07 May 1894);  m'd  18 Nov 1878  BEACH, Minnie Louise (1856-1951);  s/o  David and Sarah C. (Standifer) Harer

29) HARER, Ann Elizabeth (16 Apr 1851-1852);  d/o  David and Sarah C. (Standifer) Harer; died on trail

HARER, D. (1847-1852): died on trail on 28 May 1852 age 5 years

29) HARER, David  (02 Dec 1819-17 Jun 1883);  m'd  1843 STANDIFER, Sarah  C. (1818-1907); s/o Enos S. and Jane (Craig) Harer

29) HARER, Enos S. (1790-Oct 1852):  m1. c1817  CRAIG, Jane (1795-1847); m2. DALE, Hulda; died on trail

29) HARER, Enos  Samuel  (1836-    );  s/o Enos S. and Jane (Craig) Harer

29) HARER, Evan  H. (22 Jul 1822-07 Aug 1870);  m'd c1850 TULK, Eliza  Jane (1832-1926);  s/o David and Mary (McClendon) Harer; nephew of Enos Harer Sr.

29) HARER, Infant (16 Apr 1851-05 Oct 1852); c/o James and Jane (Standifer) Harer; died on trail; may have been child of John and Sarah (Huffmaster) Harer

29) HARER, James  C. (30 Jan 1828-1852);  m'd  1851 STANDIFER, Jane "Mary" (1831-1852);  s/o Enos S. and Jane (Craig) Harer; died on trail of cholera

29) HARER, Jemima Elizabeth Jane (21 May 1844-31 Aug 1896);  m1.  17 Dec 1863 KIRKLAND, Andrew J.  (1834-1872);  m2. 11 Sep 1888 YOUNG, George Nichols  (1830-1914);  d/o  David and Sarah C. (Standifer) Harer

29)  (1817-14 Aug 1852);  m'd 27 Dec 1832 CRAIG, Ewing P.  (1809-18 Aug 1852);  d/o  Enos S. and Jane (Craig) Harer; died on the Snake River 15 miles east of Goose Creek of cholera leaving three children orphans

29) HARER, John  W. (Apr 1832-14 Oct 1852);  m'd  1849  HUFFMASTER, Sarah (1829-25 Aug 1852);  s/o  Enos S. and Jane (Craig) Harer

29) HARER, Lucinda  (26 Nov 1829-1898);  m'd  1848  CRAWFORD, James T. (1823-1900);  d/o Enos S.and Jane (Craig) Harer

29) HARER, Martha Elizabeth  (1849-1923);  m'd bef 1866 MULKEY, Albert Greenberry  (1838-1900); d/o John W. and Sarah (Huffmaster) Harer

29) HARER, Mary  Elizabeth "Lizzie". (1851-1924);  m'd 25 Mar 1868 SAYLOR, Francis A. "Frank";  d/o  William Millard "Willis" and Martha Ann (Tulk) Harer

29) HARER, Sarah Jane (1830-1898);  m'd  1849 LEWIS, Stephen Marther  (1828-1855);  m'd  1856 LETSOM, John Thomas  (1828-1922), d/o David and Mary (McClendon) Harer; nephew of Enos Harer Sr.

29) HARER, Stephen Lafayette  (21 Mar 1851-27 Oct 1852);  s/o  Evan and Eliza Jane (Tulk) Harer; died on arrival

29) HARER, Temperance (25 Nov 1834-25 Nov 1880):

29) HARER, William  Millard "Willis" (09 Dec 1823-05 Jun 1908);  m'd  07 Apr 1850  TULK, Martha Ann  (1828-1912);  s/o David and Mary (McClendon) Harer; nephew of Enos Harer Sr.

HARGEDINE, Robert B. (1828- ):

HARKLEROAD, James M. ( -1912):

HARLAN, George:

HARLEY, America L.: m'd 1851 HARLEY, William S.; maiden name unknown at this time

HARLEY, William S. (1823- ): m'd 1851 [   ], America L.

HARMAN, Mary: m'd 1852 HARMAN, William; maiden name unknown at this time

HARMAN, William (1804- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Mary

HARMON, Eunice (c1797-1883): m1. ADAMS, Sebastian Cabot ( -1852); m2. GOODELL, Abel; first husband died on trail of cholera

HARMS, Ellen: m'd 1849 HARMS, John; maiden name unknown at this time

HARMS, John (1814- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Ellen

HARPER, Armilda: m'd 1846 HILL, John; m2. BERGEN, Dr. Samuel  John Hill married Armilda Harper in Des Moines County, Iowa, 1 August 1846, and they had three daughters, Lurissa Jane, born 22 February 1848; Sarah Anna (my gr. grandmother), born 20 July 1849; and Roseltha Emaline, born 3 March 1851, before they started for Oregon in 1852. John Hill applied for a Donation Land Claim in Linn County, near Harrisburg, and it was there that a son, William Calvin, was born, 19 July 1853. In December of 1853, John Hill wrote a letter to his sister, in Iowa, telling of the birth of William, and extoling the wonders of the Oregon country, also giving news of Dr. Samuel Bergen and Harvey Hill, the brother of John, who came across the plains with them. But on 19 May 1854, William Calvin died, and John Hill died three days later, on 22 May 1854. Family information says that they are buried in a nearby cemetery. John's wife, Armilda, now a widow with three young girls, married Dr. Samuel Bergen, a family friend, 26 September 1854, and they had a son, Aurum Armand Bergen, born August 1855, in Oregon. It is not known when Armilda and Dr. Bergen returned to Iowa, but they are shown in the 1860 Davis County, Iowa, census. They later settled in Anderson, McDonald County, Missouri, where Dr. Bergen practiced medicine. Armilda died there, 1 April 1909, and Dr. Bergen died there 5 November 1912. [submitted by Lillian Stevenson]

HARPER, Jemima: m'd CLAYTON, Ashford; lost two children to illness on journey and barely survived herself; wintered in Oregon City while she regained her health; finally settled in Umpqua Valley in Feb 1853

HARPER, John (1822- ):

HARRELL, Doddridge (1818- ): m'd 1838 TAYLOR, Miriam

" HARREL, DODDRIDGE--Lives at Scio, Linn County, and is a farmer. Was born in Fayette County, Indiana, December 18, 1818; came overland to Oregon; still owns the farm on which he settled on his arrival; has served in public offices. Married Miriam Taylor, who was born in Knox County, Tennessee, in 1820."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 767]

HARRINGTON, Abel: m'd 1839 GILMORE, Rebecca Catherine

HARRINGTON, Christine: m'd 1836 HARRINGTON, Nelson; maiden name unknown at this time

HARRINGTON, Nelson (1812- ): m'd 1836 [   ], Christine

HARRIS, Abram; traveled with Ephraim Clawson family

HARRIS, Alexander (1833- ):

HARRIS, Child ( -1852): c/o Mary Harris; died on trail

HARRIS, Eliza (1816- ): m'd ABERNATHY, [  ], came to OR via CA

HARRIS, Ephraim D. (1817- ):

HARRIS, Elizabeth (1850-1918):

HARRIS, George (1820- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Mary Ann

HARRIS, Henry T. (1833- ):

HARRIS, Jane: m'd 1848 HARRIS, John; maiden name unknown at this time

HARRIS, John (1826- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Jane

HARRIS, Johnson Dr.:

HARRIS, Martha ( -1931): m'd SARGEANT, [   ]

HARRIS, Mary ( -1852): m'd HARRIS, [   ]; died on trail

HARRIS, Mary Ann: m'd 1848 HARRIS, George; maiden name unknown at this time

HARRIS, Truman (1824-1896): m'd LEWIS, Mary

HARRIS, William H. (1832-1912):

"HARRIS, WILLIAM H.--Born in Adams County, Illinois, in 1832; on coming to Oregon located at Portland. Has been a member of the Legislature of Washington Territory, and was clerk of Multnomah County in 1872. Represented Multnomah County in the Legislature of Oregon in 1882. Is a dealer in ice, belonging to the firm of Harris & Salmon."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 767]

HARRISON, Joseph (c1824- ): m'd 1845 WARREN, Polly,

HARRISON, Robert ( - ): m'd ,

HARRY, John Alva: see 1851

HART, Mary: m'd 1845 HART, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

HART, Thomas (1815- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Mary

HARTMAN, John (1816- ): m'd c1846 MOSER, Mary

HARTNESS, George:

HARVEY, Auletta (1848-1936)

HARVEY, John W. (1829- ):

HASH, Allen (1817- ): m'd c1838 [   ], Elizabeth

HASH, Elizabeth: m'd c1838 HASH, Allen; maiden name unknown at this time

HASTINGS, A.L. (1829- ):

"HASTINGS, A. L.--Born in Henry County, Tennessee, in 1829; came to Oregon and settled in the Luckiamute Valley, where he still resides; occupation, farming."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 767]

HASTINGS, Henry B. (1819- ): m'd c1842 [   ], Phebe L.

HASTINGS, J.C. (1833- ): m'd 1857 WOODS, Merica M.

"HASTINGS, J. C.--Born in Henry County, Tennessee, in 1833; came from Arkansas to Oregon, and settled in Luckiamute Valley, where he still lives; he is a farmer by occupation. He married Merica M. Woods in 1857, and their children s names are Martha J., Henry Gr., Burris S., Joseph L., Mary A., John F., and Clara O." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 767]

HASTINGS, Lois: m'd c1831 JONES, Justus

HASTINGS, Phebe L.: m'd c1842 HASTINGS, Henry B.; maiden name unknown at this time

HATFIELD, John Nathan (1842-1929):

HATFIELD, Nathan ( -1852): died on trail


(1824-1876): m'd 27 Nov1847 BATES, Isabelle Electa; s/o Nadah and Abigail (Beebe) Hathaway; born 11 Jan 1824 Herkimer Co, NY and died 12 Jan 1876 Vancouver, Clark Co, WA; buried in Old Vancouver City Cemetery, Vancouver, clark Co, WA; father of 9 children (Jeeremiah Nadah, Hiel Bronson, Abigail Maria, Emma Jane, Orrin B., Amos Nathan, Alpha Beebe, Alfred Omega and Mary Euretta)

HATHAWAY, Hiel Bronson(1851-1948): m'd SKEELS, Anna May Mabel; s/o Jeremiah and Isabelle (Bates) Hathaway); born 25 Dec 1851 and died 13 May 1948 Corvallis, Benton Co, OR; buried Sara Union Cemetery, Ridgefield, Clark Co, WA; father of 6 children (Edna Vella, Harvey Delbert, Elmer Clinton, Platt Gifford, Zilda Olas and Burrell Bates)

HATHAWAY, Jeremiah Nadah (1849-1852): s/o Jeremiah and Isabelle (Bates) Hathaway); born 16 Mar 1849 Berrien Co, MI and died 23 Oct 1853 on trail between The Dalles and the Cascades.  Reportedly buried near The Bridge of the Gods.

HATHAWAY, Marshall Root (1823-1896): m'd 27 Dec 1848 SMITH, Maria Lucy; s/o Nadah and Abigail (Beebe) Hathaway; born 01 Jan 1823 Herkimer Co, NY and died 02 Mar 196 Vancouver, Clark Co, WA; buried Old Vancouver City Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark Co, WA; father of 6 children (Mary Marie, Homer Marshall, Melissa Jane, Henry Louis, Matilda Lucinda and Caroline Maranda]; traveled in party led by Capt. Johnson.

HATHAWAY, Mary Marie(1850-1852): d/o Marshall and Maria (Smith) Hathaway; born 29 Jun 1850 MI and died 06 Dec 1852 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

 


HATTON, Elizabeth (1813-1878): m'd MATTHEWS, John Harvey; d/o Jonah Berget Hatton; died in Clark Co, WA in 1878

HATTON, Jonah (1848-1926): s/o William and Sarah (Johnson) Hatton

HATTON, Jonah Berget (1781-1852): died on the trail at Burnt River of cholera

HATTON, William D. (1851- ): s/o William and Sarah (Johnson) Hatton

HATTON, William Shannon (1821-1911): m'd 1845 JOHNSON, Sarah; s/o Jonah Berget Hatton; settled in Clark County, WA where he became the father of three additional children (Nancy E. 1854-1941; Alonzo E. 1856-1915; Harriet Dorinda 1858-1940).  William died in Bossburg, WA and is buried in Colville WA

HAWK, Al R. (1840- ):

HAWK, Frank: s/o John M. Hawk

HAWK, John M.:

HAWK, John M. Mrs.:

HAWK, John P. (1832- ):

HAWK, Melvin: s/o John M. Hawk

HAWK, Melvin F. (1850- ):

HAWK, Mr. ( -1883): family left DeKalb County, IN 01 Mar 1852; traveled with Samuel Russell family and Elliot Cline; family consisted of parents and 6 boys; traveled north side of Platte River; reached Portland 10 Nov 1852; family settled at Puget Sound in 1853; father went to Astoria in 1854 where he married for a second time; returned to Olympia August and resided there until his death

HAWK, Mrs. ( -1853): mother died 12 Jan 1853

HAWK, Son1:

HAWK, Son2:

HAWK, Son3:

HAWK, Son4:

HAWK, Sarah: d/o John M. Hawk

HAWK, William: s/o John M. Hawk

HAWK, Wilson: s/o John M. Hawk

HAWKINS, Charles (1827- ):

HAWKINS, John S. (1818- ): m'd 1841 LANE, Elizabeth

"HAWKINS, J. S.--Born in New Hampshire; came to Oregon in 1852. Residence, Salem, Marion County."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 767]

HAWKINS, William P. (1825- ):

HAWLEY, Ira (1817- ): m'd RILEY, Elvira

HAYDEN, Allen (1805- ): m'd c1825 [   ], Sarah

5) HAYDEN, Benjamin (1822- ): m'd 1852 GIBSON, Zerelda

"HAYDEN, BENJAMIN B.--Born in Logan County, Kentucky, September 11, 1822; married to Hulda Gibson, who was born in Lincoln County, Missouri, in 1832. Their children are Dora, Estella, William, Benjamin N., George B., and Samuel Lee." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p.704]  Note: Benjamin Hayden was listed in this publication as pioneer of 1849.

5) HAYDEN, Nancy (1823-1917): m'd 1842 TUCKER, Samuel; m2. 1852 CLARK, James; sister of Benjamin Hayden; accompanied by children from first marriage

HAYDEN, Sarah: m'd c1825 HAYDEN, Allen

HAYDEN, William D. (1832- ):


HAYES, Amanda Jane: m'd SNYDER, John; d/o William and Martha (Huntington) Hayes; buried at Masonic Cemetery, Coquille, OR

HAYES, Eliza Jane: m'd MCCULLOCH, James; d/o Henry and Susan (Guerin) Hayes

HAYES, Henry (1810- ):

HAYES, Henry ( -1852): GUERIN, Susan Elizabeth; died on trail about 50 miles west of Fort Hall

HAYES, Henry Taylor (1848-1924): m'd [   ], Hannah Gertrude; s/o Henry and Susan (Guerin) Hayes

HAYES, James A. (1833-1903): m'd 1861 HENKLE, Caroline

HAYES, John Crane (1841-1889): s/o Henry and Susan (Guerin) Hayes

HAYES, Lewis (1791- ):

HAYES, Lewis Eugene (1829-1904): m'd 18 Oct 1853 ABBOTT, Charlotte; s/o Orlando and Nancy (Hull) Hayes; born 01 Mar 1829 in Cuyahoga Co, OH and died 26 Aug 1904; settled  first on Long Tom River, east of Eugene; about 1865 settled in Josephine County; father of nine children (Rachel, Nancy Elizabeth, Francis Marion, Jefferson Davis, Samuel Perry, Josie, David Orlando, William Lewis and Ira Eugene); buried Sparlin Cemetery, Murphy, Josephine Co,

HAYES, Maria Lydia: d/o William and Martha (Huntington) Hayes

HAYES, Orlando (1791-c1860): m'd HULL, Nancy; not known at this time if he made 1852 emigration; wife died about 1840

HAYES, Richard B. (1832- ): emigrant to California in 1850

"HAYES, R. B.--Born in Warren County, Tennessee, in 1831, and removed with his parents to Missouri in 1839; crossed the plains to California in 1850, and removed to Oregon two years after. Is a farmer, and has resided on his land in Lane County for many years. Has been elected to the House of Representatives four times. Married Miss Lucy Brown in 1858." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 767-68]

HAYES, Sarah ( -1852): died on trail; d/o William and Martha (Huntington) Hayes

HAYES, Seth W. (1825-1876):

"HAYES, SETH W.--Born in Ohio in 1825; came from Iowa to Oregon in 1852, and settled near the present site of Halsey, Linn County, two years later.  The town of Halsey was laid out in 1871, by the railroad company, partly upon Mr. Hayes land, and that gentleman owned property in it. He was murdered, on November 1, 1876, by Kay Neal. The circumstances of the killing were as follows: Mr. Hayes ardent temperance principles and prominence made him obnoxious to certain ill-disposed liquor dealers and their supporters. The town was incorporated in the centennial year, through the joint efforts of Mr. Hayes, Jacob Thompson, and others, who sought to extirpate the whiskey traffic. Neal sought a quarrel with Hayes, and taking him at a disadvantage, stabbed him, there being no eye-witness.  The unfortunate victim lived but a few hours. The assassin attempted to escape, but was taken and imprisoned. When he was brought to trial his lawyers set up a plea of self-defense, but a verdict was rendered, convicting Neal of murder in the first degree.  Sentence being pronounced, the murderer was executed at Albany, on the twenty-eighth of January, 1877. This homicide constitutes, probably, the most striking event in the history of the county of Linn. Mr. Hayes was twice married, and his children numbered six, of whom five are living, viz. Daniel, S. S., Frank R., Gertrude, and Irving. The second Mrs. Hayes (formerly Miss Finlay) is now residing on a portion of the Hayes ranch near Halsey."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 768]

HAYES, Theodore Frelinghuysen (1844- ): s/o Henry and Susan (Guerin) Hayes

HAYES, William Albert (1850-1893): s/o Henry and Susan (Guerin) Hayes

HAYES, William B. (1827- ):

HAYES, William J. (1829- ):

HAYES, William Washington (1826-1909): m'd 1847 HUNTINGTON, Martha; s/o James and Amanda (Jackson) Hayes; suffered from cholera; baby Sarah d. and buried in Nev; settled on Cowlitz River near Castle Rock; conducted a mercantile in Monticello; 1868 moved to Oakland, Douglas Co, OR where he had mercantile; 1892 elected  Treasurer of Coos County; moved to Bandon, OR after retirement; buried in Masonic Cemetery, Coquille, OR

HAWORTH, Richard (1814- ):

HAYTER, George: m'd 1846 CROWLEY, Sarah

11) HAYWOOD, Benjamin: m'd KINNEY, Miss

11) HAYWOOD, Delilah: m'd KINNEY, Giles

HAZELTON, Royal H. (1819- ): m'd 1839 REYNOLDS, Martha Ann

HEADRICK, Frances ( - ): m'd KAYS, John A.

HEALY, William Mrs. (1835-1917): m'd HEALY, William; maiden name unknown at this time

HEARNE, Elizabeth: m'd 1850 HEARNE, Lambert; maiden name unknown at this time

HEARNE, Lambert (1815- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Elizabeth


HEATER, George (c1822- ): m'd 1845 MARION, Sarah; settled Yamhill Co

HEATER, Peter:

HEATH, Lucien (1819- ): m'd 1849 EDWARDS, Julia J.

HEATHERLY, Elizabeth (c1799-1852): m'd ABBOTT, Samuel; died on the trail

HEBER,Elizabeth: m'd 1837 HEBER, Fredrich; maiden name unknown at this time

HEBER, Fredrich (1811- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Elizabeth

HEDDEN, Abraham (1832- ):


HEDGES, Joseph (1827- ): m'd ALLEN, Ellen J.; came west to join his brother, Absalom (an emigrant of 1844), at Canemah

"HEDGES, JOSEPH--Resides in Canemah, Clackamas County, and is a carpenter ,by occupation; he was born in Morgan County, Ohio, in 1827.  Married Miss Ellen J. Allen, and his children are Mary J., John B., William A., Elizabeth A., Arthur E. (deceased), Joseph E., Francis R., Gilbert L., and Frederick R."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 768]

HEDRIC, John (1826- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Louisa Jane

HEDRIC, Louisa Jane: m'd 1852 HEDRIC, John; maiden name unknown at this time

HEENEY, Mary ( -1884): m'd 1830 GALLOWAY, Charles


HEIPLE, Samuel: emigrated to OH with his parents, returned to PA and then emigrated to OR; was struck with cholera during emigration but managed to recover; arrived in Portland in early December; split rails during winter to earn money for food; in spring went to Puget Sound where he worked until July 1853; lived for a short time in Marion Co and then returned to Portland where he remained for sixteen years supplying the steamboats with wood  

HEISLER, William (1828- ): m'd 1851 MCDONNELL, Martha

11) HEMPHILL, William; [Polly Coon Diary: Jul 29 we left some of our company who are going to CA, Mr. D. Burrows, Mr. Webs & Mr. Peak - also part of Mr. Goodrich's Co- Mr. Peck, Mr. Palmiter & Hemphil]

4) HENDERSHOTT, James (1829-1897): m'd 1848 VINCENT, Harriet Jane s/o David and Catherine (Benham) Hendershott; came alone in 1852; family joined him later

HENDERSON, Daniel (1818-1852): m'd BUTLER, Martha Jane; died on the trail along with his two children; his widow later married Rev. William Ownbey

HENDERSON, George ( -1852): Was traveling with the Chapman train.  Drowned in the Platte River July 3, 1852.. Initial efforts to find his body were fruitless.  The body was found 6 miles down stream from where he had drowned and was buried.  He was from Fairfield, IA.

HENDERSON, James H. D. (1810- ): m'd 1839 [   ], Mary Elizabeth

HENDERSON, John: s/o Daniel and Martha (Butler) Henderson

HENDERSON, Louis Payette:

HENDERSON, Lucinda (1844-1926): m'd HENDERSON, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

HENDERSON, Mary Elizabeth: m'd 1839 HENDERSON, James H.D.; maiden name unknown at this time

HENDERSON, Mary E. (1847-1852): died on trail; d/o Daniel and Martha (Butler) Henderson

HENDERSON, Middleton (1849-1852): died on trail; s/o Daniel and Martha (Butler) Henderson

HENDERSON, S. J. (1826- ): m'd 1850 MACE, Kate

HENDERSON, Sampson: s/o Daniel and Martha (Butler) Henderson

HENDERSON, Sarah S.: m'd 1837 VANBUSKIRK, John; d/o Nathaniel C. and Elizabeth (Sloan) Henderson

HENDERSON, Thomas B. (1828- ): m'd 1848 VANBUSKIRK, Elizabeth; s/o Nathaniel C. and Elizabeth (Sloan) Henderson

"HENDERSON, THOMAS B.--Born in Pennsylvania in 1828; in 1832 was taken to Knox County, Ohio; in 1851 went to Missouri; came from that State to Oregon the following year, and settled at Amity, Yainhill County, where he still resides. His occupation is that of a blacksmith and farmer. He married Elizabeth Van Buskirk in Knox County, Ohio, in 1848, and their children s names are Urbanus (deceased), Sylvia A. (deceased), Elmus U., Sarah E., Miles T., and Margaret V."  [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 768-69]

HENDERSON, Urbanus (1851-1852): s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (VanBuskirk) Henderson; died on trail in Blue Mountains

HENDRICKS, Martha A.:

HENDRICKS, Robert Jackson (1832- ): m'd SHERWOOD, Mary Jane

HENDRICKSON, Nancy Jane: m'd 1850 GATTON, William

HENDRICSON, William Firman (1824- ) m'd 1848 JACKSON, Sarah; m2. c1893 BROWN, Mary E. (FRANK)

HENDRIX, Harrison Haines (1823- ): m'd 10 Jun 1846 PEDIGO, Zerilda Jane; d/o Harrison and Zerilda (Pedigo) Hendrix;born 20 Jan 1823 Tennessee and died 11 Aug 1908 Elma, Grays Harbor County, Washington

HENDRIX, Julia Eveline (1849-1918): m'd 25 Dec 1869 LINCOLN, Augustus Fitch; born 18 Mar 1849 Iowa and died 23 Mar 1918 Richmond, Contra Costa, California;

HENDRIX, Lorina Catherine (1847-1927): m'd 25 Dec 1864 LINCOLN, Edgar Elijah; d/o Harrison and Zerilda (Pedigo) Hendrix; born 03 Sep 1847 Wappalo County, Iowa and died 29 May 1927 Santa Monica, California

PEDIGO, Zerilda Jane (1827-1904): m'd 10 Jun 1846 HENDRIX, Harrison Haines; d/o Edward and Lettice (Gill) Pedigo; born 05 Aug 1827 Kentucky and died 05 May 1904 Cornelius, Washington County, Oregon


HENLINE, Abi (1818-1891): m'd  HENLINE, Francis

HENLINE, Andrew ( -1888): m'd 1871 WALLACE, Mary; s/o Francis and Abi Henline

HENLINE, Francis (1839-1885): m'd [ ], Abi

HENLINE, Francis M. (1845- ): m'd 1865 COLE, Charlotte Geneva; s/o Francis and Abi Henline

HENLINE, Phoebe: m'd 1867 BURSON, S. H.; d/o Francis and Abi Henline

HENLINE, William H. (1840- ): s/o Francis and Abi Henline

HENNESS, Ephraim Gates (1849- ):

HENNESS, Jane: m'd 1841 HENNESS, Thomas J.; maiden name unknown at this time

HENNESS, Sarah: m'd BRANNON, [   ]

HENNESS, Thomas J. (1821- ): m'd 1841 [   ], Jane:

HENNEY, Catherine ( -1902): m1. WILEY, Elias Keyes; m2. BURKE, Mr.; emigrated from WI with husband and family, settled in Portland after brief stay in Yamhill Co; outlived her children and second husband and died in Portland in 1902

HENRY, Andrew (1828- ):

HENRY, Anson B. (1836- ): m'd 1857 EASTABROOK, Eliza

"HENRY, ANSON B.--Born in Cattaraugus County, New York, in 1836. Settled near Lafayette, in Yamhill County, and tilled the soil. Was superintendent of public schools for a time. Married Eliza Eastabrooks in 1857, and their children s names are Lavinia E., Phoebe C., Mary E., Milton A., Franklin B., Robinson, Alfred F., Anson B., Nellie I., and Charles C. Mr. Henry died in 1882, and his widow, May 30, 1884. Mrs. Henry was born in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, near Towanda, March 19, 1836. With her parents, three sisters and five brothers, she came to Illinois in 1844; thence to Oregon in 1853, overland." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 769]

HENRY, Elizabeth M. (1815-1897): m'd CRAWFORD, Robert H. Dr.; s/o Thomas and Margaret (Scott) Henry

28) HENRY, Thomas (1788-1865): m'd SCOTT, Margaret

HERNS, Elizabeth: m'd 1817 BRIDGES, Samuel; settled in Lane Co

HEROLD, John: (may be HARRELL?)

HERREN, Esther Ann: m'd 1852 HERREN, James; maiden name unknown at this time

HERREN, James (c1827- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Esther Ann

HERRING, Leonora Elizabeth (1829-1900): m'd 17 Apr 1850/51 LACEY, Lewis Allen; Leanora was born 17 Aug 1829 Swansea, Wales and died 1900 Springwater, Clackamas, OR); mother of 4 known children (Helen, Albert, Anna Margaret and Irene)

HERRON, Robert (1827- ):

HERRON, Thomas (1829- ):

HERVEY, Caroline: m'd 1843 HERVEY, Andrew E.; maiden name unknown at this time

HERVEY, Andrew E. (1818- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Caroline

HESLIN, Druscilla ( -1912): m'd HESLIN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

HESTER, Hook (1850- ):

HESTER, Martin W. (1800- ): m'd 1829 [   ], Susan S.

HESTER, Susan S. ( -1896): m'd 1829 HESTER, Martin W.; maiden name unknown at this time

HESTER, William (1832- ):

HEWITT, Abraham: m'd CONNER, Elizabeth

HEXTON, C.:

(1851-1936): m'd FULKERSON, John;: d/o Lewis and Lydia (Jaquett) Hiatt

HIATT, Jesse (1801-1882): m'd 03 Mar 1824 PUCKETT, Alvina; wife died on trail 31 Jul 1852

HIATT, Jesse: s/o Jesse and Alvina (Puckett) Hiatt

HIATT, Lewis (1827-1902): m1. 1858 JAQUETT, Lydia Ann; m2. JAQUETT, Catharine s/o Jesse and Alvina (Puckett) Hiatt; wife died on trail 31 Aug 1852

HIBLER, John P. (1826- ):

HICKMAN, Catherine (1831-1870): m'd 1846 BUTLER, Hilory; traveled with the Hays-Cowan Train

HICKS, Elizabeth (1826- ): m1. 1847 BUFF, John; m2. BUFF, Thomas Jefferson

HICKS, Sarah: m'd 1836 FOUNTAIN, Matthew

HIGGINBOTHAM, John P. (1831- ):

HIGGINS, Araminta: m'd c1832 HIGGINS, Ransom; maiden name unknown at this time

HIGGINS, Ransom (1812- ): m'd c 1832 [   ], Araminta

HIGLEY, Amanda: m'd 1843 HIGLEY, Harvey; maiden name unknown at this time

HIGLEY, Harvey (c1818- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Amanda

8) HILARY, John: + family

HILL, Ann (1838- ):

HILL, Claiborne (1803- ): m'd 1823 CATES, Polly

 

HILL, Eben B. (1821- ): m'd 1845 HAIGHT, Eliza

HILL, F.H. ( -1852): died on trail

HILL, Geoge Monroe (1825- ): m'd 1851 RUSSELL, Sarah

HILL, Harvey (1826- ):

HILL, Henry C. (1835-1919):

: "After getting his family from Sweetwater, Tennessee, they wintered in Keokuk, Iowa where Isaac's brother Claiborne Hill lived. The party to Oregon included: Isaac Hill -- Isaac's wife, Elizabeth Fine and their five children; his brother William Hill -- who had been to Oregon in 1849 with Isaac and acted as scout for the train , and his brother, Claiborne Hill, his wife Mary "Polly" Cates Hill and nine of their ten their children; (Henry) Sterling Hill was already in Oregon, pioneer of 1849.  On 14 April 1852, the party of thirty wagons and seventy-five people left Keokuk, Iowa, on the way to Oregon." [submitted by Jennie Hill Cobb]

HILL, Henry T. (1814- ):

HILL, James (1802- ): m'd 1841 [   ], Miranda

HILL, James M. (1832- ):

HILL, John (1823-1854): m'd 1846 HARPER, Armilda; John Hill was born 29 October 1823, in Jefferson County, New York, to Eben Hill and Anna Barney. The Eben Hill family migrated to Van Buren County, Iowa, and were there by 1836 when a census was taken. John Hill married Armilda Harper in Des Moines County, Iowa, 1 August 1846, and they had three daughters, Lurissa Jane, born 22 February 1848; Sarah Anna (my gr. grandmother), born 20 July 1849; and Roseltha Emaline, born 3 March 1851, before they started for Oregon in 1852. John Hill applied for a Donation Land Claim in Linn County, near Harrisburg, and it was there that a son, William Calvin, was born, 19 July 1853. In December of 1853, John Hill wrote a letter to his sister, in Iowa, telling of the birth of William, and extoling the wonders of the Oregon country, also giving news of Dr. Samuel Bergen and Harvey Hill, the brother of John, who came across the plains with them. But on 19 May 1854, William Calvin died, and John Hill died three days later, on 22 May 1854. Family information says that they are buried in a nearby cemetery. John's wife, Armilda, now a widow with three young girls, married Dr. Samuel Bergen, a family friend, 26 September 1854, and they had a son, Aurum Armand Bergen, born August 1855, in Oregon. It is not known when Armilda and Dr. Bergen returned to Iowa, but they are shown in the 1860 Davis County, Iowa, census. They later settled in Anderson, McDonald County, Missouri, where Dr. Bergen practiced medicine. Armilda died there, 1 April 1909, and Dr. Bergen died there 5 November 1912. [submitted by Lillian Stevenson]

HILL, John (1829-1852): John Hill � died on the trail May 11, 1852;   "At Council Bluffs, we [the Isaac Hill train] found an immense city of wagons waiting to be taken over in flat bottomed ferry boats propelled by oars.  The river was very high and some two miles wide.  Father had written to the man in charge of the emigrant crossing the Missouri River at this point and informed him of the probable date of our arrival, and had received a permit to cross.  When we drove up ready to cross with the tongue of each wagon made fast to the one ahead, those who had arrived ahead of us were very angry.  They ran our wagons back from the river and placed theirs ahead.  Then our men rolled the wagons back and placed ours in position and stood guard over them all night.  There was great pushing and crowding.  Many not belonging to Father's train got across on his permit.   There were no houses then at Council Bluffs.  On the Nebraska side where Omaha now stands there were only some Indian tepees.  It took three days, May 10, 11, and 12, to cross.  Almost all of our wagons were transported across the first day.  The next morning, May 11th, one of our wagons and a boat loaded with cattle started across.  My brother John, a young man of twenty-three years of age, accompanied them.  Suddenly the boat sank.  An effort to save John was made, but it was unsuccessful.  He was drowned and his body was not found.  A deep sense of loss and sadness fell upon us as we left the river to continue our journey, leaving John, who was so well beloved, behind us.--Mary M. Hill Dunn, daughter of Isaac Hill [Submitted by Jennie Hill Cobb]

HILL, Lucinda R.: m'd 1821 ILES, Henderson

HILL, Mary: m'd DUNN, [   ]; d/o Isaac Hill

HILL, Mary Sophia (1828-1902): m'd ADAMS, Oliver Harmon

HILL, Miranda: m'd 1841 HILL, James; maiden name unknown at this time

HILL, Rebecca: m'd MITCHELL, Frederick

HILL, Sarah Jane (1846- ):

HILL, William; originally emigrant of 1849 (see 1849 for additional information); to Oregon first in 1849, then went back with Isaac Hill as far as Missouri, acted as scout in 1852 when Isaac captained his train back to Oregon

HILL, William Lair (1839-1924):

HILLEARY, Clark (1848-aft 1860 ): s/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born 1848 VanBuren Co, IA; appears in the 1850 and 1860 census

HILLEARY, George B. (1840-1921): m'd 1872 LAFRAMBOISE, Angelique; s/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born June 1840 Vermillion Co, IL and died 1921 Colville, Stevens Co, WA

HILLEARY, Henry (1844-1918): m'd 1870 LAFRAMBOISE, Louisa Anna; s/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born Mar 1844 Cedar, VanBuren Co, IA and died 23 Sep 1918 Damascus, Clackamas Co, OR

HILLEARY, John W. (1817-1892): m'd 02 Apr 1837 HOWARD, Catherine; s/o Osburn and Eleanor (Hollenbeck) Hilleary; born 16 Mar 1817 Muskegum Co, OH and died 16 Mar 1892 Yamhill Co, OR; father of 10 children (Lydia, George B., Sarah Ellen, Henry, William, Clark, Nathan Carter, Mary, Maria and Marion)

HILLEARY, Lydia (1838-1875): m'd 1854 LARKINS, James W.; d/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born 18 Sep 1838 Vermillion Co, IL and died 10 Feb 1875 Sandy, Clackamas Co, OR; mother of 4 children (William E., Mary Catherine, Arthur W. and Lillian M.)

HILLEARY, Nathan Carter (1852-1919): m'd WARNSTAFF, Etta; s/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born 06 May 1852 VanBuren Co, IA and died 29 Dec 1919 Tenino, Thurston Co, WA; father of 4 children (Etna Marion, Mary Jane, Ruth Irene and William Edward); the wagon train headed west just 5 days after he was born

HILLEARY, Sarah Ellen (1842-1929): m1. 1856 BRUGGER, Jacob; m2. 14 Sep 1863 SLOVER, Elias; d/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born 04 Jul 1842 Danville, Vermillion Co, IL and died 28 Sep 1929 Central Point, Jackson Co, OR; mother of 2 children by first marriage (Harriet and Susan) and 11 children by her second marriage (Mary, Jane, Maria, Anna B., Julia C., Henry E., Clara, Delilah M., Ella, Alfred and Charles)

HILLEARY, William (1846-bef 1860): s/o John and Catherine (Howard) Hilleary; born 1846 Cedar, VanBuren Co, IA; appears in the 1850 census but appears to have died by the 1860 census

HINBR, C. B.:

HINK, Hannah J. (1836-1939): m'd  02 May 1852 JOHNSON, Samuel Boone; d/o Samuel and Charity (Busley) Hink; born 10 Mar 1836 Jackson Co, MO; married on trail to next door neighbor, Samuel Boone Johnson, after she joined several of her siblings on the train without her parents knowledge; settled in Clackamas County, OR; mother of eleven children with only 3 of them living to the 1910 cenus (Samuel, Mary Jane, Martha Ellen, Charles F., Dora O., Louise Hester, William Hubbard, John Henry, Edward Robert, Earl and Jenny); lived until 102, still did her own household chores up until a year before her death; died 01 Jan 1939 Gresham, Multnomah Co, OR

HINK, Miss: married sister of above; d/o Samuel and Carrie (Busley) Hink

HINK, Mr.: s/o Samuel and Carrie (Busley) Hink

23) HINKLE, Adeline (1837-1877): m'd 22 Aug 1852 MANNING, Henry; d/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; married husband on the trail to Oregon; settled initially in Clackamas County and by 1865 was living in Marion County where Adeline died in 1874; buried at St. Louis Cemetery, St. Louis, Marion Co, OR; mother of (Julia M., Lewis H., George F., Adeline, Ann, John)

23) HINKLE, Alexander (1804-1886 ): m'd 05 Dec 1825 HINKLE, Frances "Fanny"; s/o Peter and Amelia (Clodfelter) Hinkle; born 24 Sep 1804 Rowan Co, NC; died 1886 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; father of eight known children (Polly Ann, Casper Johnson, Adeline, Isaac A., Julia Ann, Nancy Elizabeth, William Lewis and John Robert); settled in Clackamas County where he remained through the various census records

23) HINKLE, Casper Johnson (1829-1909): m'd 1876 CHOATE, Julia H. s/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born 09 Jun 1829 Perry Co, MO; died 26 Dec 1909 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; wife was 24 years younger than he was and they were divorced in 1904 just a few years prior to his death.; father of seven  known children (Jessie, Fannie, Harry, Ernest, John E., Alice J. and Arthur)

23) HINKLE, D. Theodore (1842-1875): s/o Robert and Mary (Evans) Hinkle; born 17 Aug 1842 Perry Co, MO and died 26 Nov 1875 Douglas Co, OR; buried Old Masonic Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR [aka Roseburg Memorial Gardens];

23) HINKLE, Frances "Fanny" (1805-1864): m'd 05 Dec 1825 HINKLE, Alexander; d/o Casper and Fanny (Robertson) Hinkle; born 1805 Rowan Co, NC and died 1864 Elliott's Prairie, Clackamas Co, OR; buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; mother of eight known children (Polly Ann, Casper Johnson, Adeline, Isaac A., Julia Ann, Nancy Elizabeth, William Lewis and John Robert); settled in Clackamas County where she remained through the various census records

23) HINKLE, Isaac A. (1833- 1913): m1. 06 May 1855 KALE, Jane ( -c1867); m2. 01 Jan 1870 MOSIER, Margaret Elizabeth; s/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born 29 May 1833 MO; died 10 Sep 1913 Clackamas Co, OR; settled initially in Clackamas Co but by 1870 was in Wasco Co where he remained through the 1880 census; in 1900 was in Umatilla County, OR and by 1910 was in Crook Co, OR; father of eight known children (Polly Ann, A. William, Mary Melvina, Charlotte Lulu, Ivie Myrtle, Jessie I., Agnes Vermont and Margaret May)

23) HINKLE, John Robert (1843-1930): m'd 30 Sep 1866 THOMAS, Mary E.; s/o John and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born 30 Jun 1843 Perry Co, MO and died 14 Mar 1930 Salem, Marion Co, OR; resided in Clackamas County for many years prior to moving to Marion County; buried City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; father of two children (Eliza Jane and Harvey Alexander)

23) HINKLE, John Thompson (1837-1910): m'd c1861 MCNEAL, Sarah P.; s/o Robert and Mary (Evans) Hinkle; born 29 Jul 1837 Perry Co, MO and died 29 Aug 1910 Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR; buried Old Masonic Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR [aka Roseburg Memorial Gardens]; father of three known children (Mary, Edgar and Julia)

23) HINKLE, Julia Ann (1835-1914): m'd 01 Jul 1855 TUREMAN, August "William"; d/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born 30 Apr 1835 Perry Co, MO; died 10 Nov 1914 Grant Co, OR; settled initially in Clackamas Co, found in 1860 Linn Co, 1870 Wasco Co and 1900 Grant Co; mother of five children (John Leonard, Eliza Adeline, William, Alice Elizabeth and Charles Elmer)

23) HINKLE, Julia Ann (c1834-1897): m'd 03 Jan 1861 ABRAHAM, Solomon; d/o Robert and Mary (Evans) Hinkle; born c1834 probably Perry Co, MO and died Oct 1897 Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR; buried Old Masonic Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR [aka Roseburg Memorial Gardens]; mother of four known children (Elkan, Miriam, Maurice and Albert); settled in Douglas County where she remained throughout her married life

16) HINKLE, Mary Rebecca (1804-1877): m'd 10 Apr 1820 ADAMS, John Franklin; d/o Michael and Susannah (March) Hinkle; born 18 Aug 1804  NC and died 20 Jul 1877 Turner, Marion Co, OR; mother of of Elizabeth (died 1847 in IA), Nancy Eleanor, Catherine, Mary Ann, Abraham, Jesse L., Amelia Savannah, John Quincy and Rebecca Sarah

23) HINKLE, Nancy Elizabeth (1837-1919): m'd 17 Mar 1852 MILSTER, Robert Locke; d/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born Feb 1837 Perry Co, MO and died 02 Oct 1919 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Miller Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; resided at Silverton, Marion Co, OR most of her married life; mother of nine daughters (Mary E., Ida, Fanny A., Julia, A.A., Effie, Tessie, E. Lillie and Beda)

23) HINKLE, Polly Ann (1827-1904): m'd 12 Nov 1846 ROSS, John Elam; d/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born 12 Jan 1827 and died 16 Jan 1904 Marion Co, OR; buried Bethany Cemetery, Bethany, Marion Co, OR; mother of  (Robert A. and one unnamed daughter)

23) HINKLE, Robert A. (1806-1887): m'd Sep 1830 EVANS, Mary; s/o Peter and Amelia (Clodfelter) Hinkle; born 24 Dec 1806 Nashville, Davidson Co, TN and died 02 Dec 1887 Douglas Co, OR; buried Old Masonic Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR [aka Roseburg Memorial Gardens]; father of three known children (Julia Ann, John Thompson and D. Theodore); spent several years in Marion County after arriving in Oregon but by 1857 had moved to Douglas County where he remained until his death

23) HINKLE, William Lewis (1839-1920): m'd 1878 [   ], Maranda Jane; s/o Alexander and Fanny (Hinkle) Hinkle; born Jan 1839 Perry Co, MO; died 24 May 1920 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried at The Dalles, Wasco Co, OR where he had made his home for many years; no known children

HINTON, Sophia Jane (1826-1893): m'd 1846 INMAN, Joel Cowan

HOAGLAND, Sarah Jane (1843-1923): m'd BONNEY, [   ]

17) HOBSON, Emily: m'd SMITH, Nathan; sister of Peninah

17) HOBSON, Peninah: m'd 1844 HOSKINS, William; sister of Emily

HOCKETT, B.:

HODGEN, Sarah A.: m'd 1841 MILLER, William Y.

HODKINS, Thomas (1825- ):

HOEFER, John (1816-1909): m'd ,

HOFFLER, Priscilla: m'd 1846 DUVALL, David

HOFFMAN, Martin: drove wagon for Henry Shepard; was single at the time of emigration

HOLCOMB, Guy C. (1833- ):

HOLGATE, Alvina F. ( -1913): m'd 1850 HOLGATE, Jacob; maiden name unknown at this time

HOLGATE, Jacob (1828- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Alvina F.

HOLIDAY, Ann Mariah: m'd 1832 HOLIDAY, Joseph; maiden name unknown at this time

HOLIDAY, Joseph (c1808- ): m'd 1832 [   ], Ann Mariah

HOLLAND, Homer B. (1827- ):

"HOLLAND, HOMER B.--Born in Augusta, Iowa, May 31, 1827; came to Oregon in August, 1852; residence, Oregon City, Clackamas County; occupation, book-keeper for the Oregon City Flouring Mill Company. Mr. Holland married Viola Phillips, and their family included James L., Howard W. (deceased), Louisa, and R. V." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 769]

HOLLAND, M. A. Mrs.: m'd HOLLAND, [   ]

HOLLAND, Thomas:

HOLLAND, William H. (c1823- ):

HOLLENBECK, Matilda (1825-1900): m'd 13 Jun 1841 PIERCE, Benjamin Franklin; d/o Lawrence Hollenbeck and Sarah Ann Lewis

HOLLOWAY, J. M.:

HOLLOWAY, William L. (1827- ):

HOLT, Benjamin R. (1827- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Savannah

HOLT, Cornelia: m'd CONDON, Thomas Dr.

HOLT, James E. ( -1900):

HOLT, Samuel Doke (1827-1901): m'd 1868 WILKINS, Angeline

HOLT, Savannah: m'd 1850 HOLT, Benjamin R.

HOLTON, Fanny ( -1852): m'd SOVERNS, George; died on trail

HOMSLEY, Bailey Anderton (1833-1927): m'd 03 Oct 1867 GILES, Sarah Winifred; s/o Jefferson and Lucy Jane (Bishop) Homsley; born 22 Feb 1833 Warren Co, MO and died 22 May 1927 Boone Co, MO; after the death of his parents he accompanied his aunt and uncle west.  He remained through the 1860 census but returned to Missouri sometime after that; father of 7 children (Richard J., Thomas Chamberlin, Eugene V., Lura, Cisco Bailey, Sarah Lillian and Bertha)

HOMSLEY, Benjamin (1815-1908): m'd 03 Jan 1841 ODEN, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Joseph and Barbara (Fulks) Homsley; born 15 Sep 1815 Sparta, TN and died 06 Sep 1908 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; wife and infant died on trail.; family was accompanied by Bailey Anderton Homsley, the 9 year old orphan of Benjamin's brother, Jefferson; Benjamin was the father of 5 children (Georgianna, Lycurges, Leura, Sarah Ellen and an infant)

HOMSLEY, Infant Son (1852 -1852); died on trail of measles

HOMSLEY, Leura (1847-1939): m'd 23 Dec 1864 GIBSON, George; d/o Benjamin and Mary E. Homsley; born 06 Mary 1847 Warren Co, MO ( in an interview she states that the family bible was lost during the emigration and her father told her he thought she was born in May but wasn't sure so she never really knew when to celebrate her birthday); Leura died 30 Nov 1938 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of 5 children (May, Alberta, Frona, Ralph R. and Eugene)

HOMSLEY, Sarah Ellen (1850-1917): m'd 23 Dec 1864 TAYLOR, Samuel Richard; d/o Benjamin and Mary E. Homsley; born Feb 1850 Warren Co, MO and died 26 Nov 1917 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; mother of 2 children (Nellis H. and Hattie L.)

HOOK, Hester ( -1863): m'd DAVIS, Harlan A.

"DAVIS, H. A., M.D.--Born in Genessee County, New York, in 1822; came to Oregon and in 1838 (sic) settled in Linn County; now resides at Harrisburg.  Was married in 1850 to Hester Hook, who died July 3, 1863. By her his children were Edward E., Arvilla, Zophar, Virgil, and Homer. He was married again in 1864, to Grace Jones. The doctor was educated at Rock Island medical school, now known as the Iowa State Medical University." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 759]

HOPKINS, Frank:

HOPKINS, Martha ( -1852): died on trail

HOPSON, Sophrania: m'd BOYLES, [   ]

HORNBUCKLE, George:

HORNER, Samuel (1822- ):

HORSLEY, William (1826-1858):

(1825-1904): m1. 19 Dec 1844 SHOUDY, Hannah Eliza; m2. 30 Sep 1873 PARSONS, Caroline Eliza; m3. c1881 Aagard, Arabella Caroline; settled in King County, Washington

HORTON, Rebecca (1848-1875): m'd c1868 BRIGGS, Benjamin Franklin; d/o Dexter and Hannah (Shoudy) Horton


17) HOSKINS, Almarion (1831- ):

17) HOSKINS, Charles ( -1852): died on trail

17) HOSKINS, Dillon (1814- ): m'd 1839 EMERY, Rachel Adcock; s/o: Jonathan  and Lydia Ann (Hodgson) Hoskins.  Dillon and Rachel had the following children: Ruth Hoskins b. Dec. 22, 1840 in Henry County, Iowa m'd Samuel King in Linn County, Oregon.; James Birney Hoskins b. Jun. 29, 1842 Henry County, Iowa m'd Clarinda J. Kenoyer in Marion County, Oregon; William Hoskins b. Oct. 2, 1843 Henry County, Iowa m'd Jane Deborah Deford in Linn County Oregon; Elizabeth Hoskins b. June 21, 1845 Henry Co. Iowa m'd James W. Copelen in Linn County, Ore.; Lydia Ann Hoskins b. Dec. 17, 1846 m1. Jasper Newton Deford (Jane�s brother), m2. Samuel Ensley; Mary Ann Hoskins b. Jan. 31, 1849 Henry County Iowa; Joel Hoskins b. Aug, 4, 1850 Henry Co. Iowa died Aug 10, 1850 Henry co., Iowa; Jonathan Travis Hoskins b. Oct. 19, 1851 Jefferson Co., Iowa m1. Hannah Mary Galloway , m2. Cora Belle Baker; Rebecca Hoskins b. Mar 4, 1854 Linn County, Or. m'd William Thomas Shaw Linn Co., Ore.; Dillon Hoskins b. Feb. 19, 1856 Linn County, Oregon m'd Mary Jane Kelty; Mary Hoskins b. March 4, 1858 Linn Co. Ore. m'd Thomas Hoskins (first cousin); John Seward Hoskins b. June, 9, 1860 Linn Co. Ore. m1.Anna Elliott, m2. Alice Mills; Son Hoskins b. Jan 30, 1863 Linn Co., Ore. d. Feb. 3, 1863 Linn Co. Ore. buried Wisner Cemetery, Linn co; George Hoskins b. Feb. 11, 1864 Linn Co. d. Mar. 9, 1864 Linn co. buried Wisner Cemetery; Rachel Leona Hoskins b. May 6, 1865 Oregon m'd Ezra C. Kelty; Martha Katherine Hoskins b. Feb. 6, 1868 Oregon m'd William Johnson Emry (cousin)

17) HOSKINS, Elizabeth (1845- ): m'd COPELEN, James W.; d/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins

17) HOSKINS, James Birney (1842- ): m'd KENOYER, Clarinda J.; s/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins

17) HOSKINS, Jonathan Travis Rev. (1851-1925): m1. GALLOWAY, Hannah Mary  , m2. BAKER, Cora Belle;s/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins; Jonathan Travis Hoskins b. Oct. 19, 1851 Jefferson Co., Iowa

17) HOSKINS, Lydia Ann (1846- ): m1. DEFORD, Jasper Newton  (Jane�s brother), m2. ENSLEY, Samuel; d/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins

17) HOSKINS, Mary Ann (1849- ): d/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins

17) HOSKINS, Ruth (1840- ): m'd KING, Samuel; d/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins

17) HOSKINS, William (1843- ): m'd DEFORD, Jane Deborah; s/o Dillon and Rachel (Emery) Hoskins

17) HOSKINS, William (1815- ): m'd 1844 HOBSON, Peninah; s/o: Jonathan  and Lydia Ann (Hodgson) Hoskins

HOSS, Angeline May (1848- ): d/o Peter and Martha (Brown) Hoss

HOSS, James B. (1847- ): m'd YOUNG, Marilla; s/o Peter and Martha (Brown) Hoss

HOSS, Mary E. (c1852- ): d/o Peter and Martha (Brown) Hoss

HOSS, Peter (1825-1905): m'd 1844 BROWN, Martha

HOUGHMASTER, Sarah (1829-25 Aug 1852): m'd HARER, John W.; died on trail

HOUGHTON, Henry:

HOVENDEN, Amos (1831- ): m'd [   ], Elizabeth

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HOWARD, Adeline: d/o Pontius and Sarah (Grim) Howard

HOWARD, Albert: s/o Pontius and Sarah (Grim) Howard

HOWARD, Alpheaus: s/o Pontius and Sarah (Grim) Howard

8) HOWARD, Catherine (1818-1862): m'd 02 Apr 1837 HILLEARY, John W.; born 12 Jul 1818 OH and died 08 Oct 1862; mother of 10 children (Lydia, George B., Sarah Ellen, Henry, William, Clark, Nathan Carter, Mary, Maria and Marion)

8) HOWARD, Eleanor: m1. c1841 CARTER, Robert (1818-1852); m2. 10 Jan 1853 ADAMS, Charles; Eleanor was born 21 Aug 1820 Piketon, OH and died 13 Mar 1893 The Dalles, Wasco Co, OR; first husband died on trail of cholera leaving her with 4 small children (Amos Henry, William Rice, twins-Samantha Ann and Miranda Jane); was mother of two children by second husband (Sarah Catherine and Irene E.)

HOWARD, Eliza: d/o Pontius and Sarah (Grim) Howard

HOWARD, Mary Amanda: d/o Pontius and Sarah (Grim) Howard

HOWARD, Miss (1835-1852): d/o William Howard; died on trail of mountain fever

HOWARD, Orren (1852- ): s/o Pontius and Sarah (Grim) Howard; born on Santiam Pass during emigration into Oregon

HOWARD, Pontius: m'd 1842 GRIM, Sarah; settled in Benton County; later divorced from Sarah and settled near Puyallup, WA.; there has been some controversy over the name of Pontius Howards wife, some records have indicated her name as Prince, while other list Grim; legal documents from IL have established that her name was GRIM.

8) HOWARD, William (1796- ): + family

HOWD, Julius C. (1829-1913): m'd BAKER, Mary

HOWE, Alice: m'd HOWE, William; maiden name unknown at this time

HOWE, James (1832- ):

HOWE, William: accompanied by wife Alice and children

HOWELL, Andrew: brother of Stanford, came from Arkansas

HOWELL, Calista: m'd ELLIS, Thomas Etheldred

HOWELL, Stanford: brother of Andrew, came from Arkansas

HOWELL, Stephen (1817- ): m'd 1838 BELKNAP, Electa

HOXIE, George W. (c1832- ):

HOXIE, Obadiah (1809- ): m'd c1829 STEPHENS, Eliza Ann

HUBER, Mr.:

HUDSON, Louisa A.: m'd 1844 HUDSON, Thomas R.; maiden name unknown at this time

HUDSON, S. H.

HUDSON, Thomas R. (1815- ): m'd 1844 [   ], Louisa A.

HUFF, John ( -1852): died on trail

HUFF, William:

29) HUFFMASTER, Eliza J. (1830-1914): m'd 22 Mar 1853 PERKINS, Thomas J.; d/o Jonathan and Sarah (West) Huffmaster; born 11 Oct 1830 Hawkins County, Tennessee and died 28 Oct 1914; mother of  5 children (John W., Elizabeth D., Lydia J., Andrew W. and Mariette)

29) HUFFMASTER, John William (1837-aft 1880): s/o Jonathan and Sarah (West) Huffmaster; removed to California where he is found in the Stockton State Hospital in 1879 and 1880.

29) HUFFMASTER, Jonathan (1801-1852) m'd c1825 West, Sarah Elizabeth; reported to be s/o Gottlieb Huffmaster and Sarah Louderback; died on trail of cholera

29) HUFFMASTER, Manerva (1830-1852): d/o Jonathan and Sarah (West) Huffmaster; died on trail

29) HUFFMASTER, Sarah (1829-1852): m'd 21 Jan 1849 HARER, John W.; d/o Jonathan and Sarah (West) Huffmaster

 HUG, John (1827- ):

HUGHES, America: m'd 1851 HUGHES, Columbus C.; maiden name unknown at this time

HUGHES, Columbus C. (1822- ): m'd 1851 [   ], America

HUGHES, E.:

HUGHES, John (1831-1903): m'd 1857 PRINGLE, Emma

HUGHES, John J. (1830-1896):

HUGHES, Samuel T. (1830- ):

HUGHES, William M. (1818- ): m'd 1841 ROBINSON, Rachel J.; divorced in 1861

HULL, Asa A. (1830- ):

HULL, Charlotte: m'd BURROWS, Rufus; d/o Cyrus and Hull

HULL, Cyrus B (1816-1905): m'd SHINN, Nancy; accidentally shot himself in face when pulling rifle from wagon; spent long length of time recovering; spent about 10 years in Oregon before moving to California

HUMPHREY, Charlotte: m'd DICKINSON, Obed;  arrived by ship; Obed was the 1st minister of the Salem 1st Congregational Church. Obed Dickinson presided over the marriage of America Waldo and Richard  Bogle.  Charlotte and Obed also hosted the reception, creating quite a scandal.  Charlotte was dedicated to expanding literacy for the black people of that time.  Charlotte�s shipboard journal was donated to the Oregon Historical Society.  Obed and Charlotte Dickinson�s daughter, Cora, was born in Salem.  She married Albert N Moores, a son of John and Virginia Lamont Moores, and grandson of Isaac and Jane Alexander Moores (pioneers of 1852)

HUMPHREY, Eliza: m'd DENLINGER, H.Dr.; d/o Homan and Lydia (Snow) Humphrey

HUMPHREY, Homan Munson (1819-1887): m'd 1839 SNOW, Lydia Case

HUMPHREY, Josephine (1841-1922): m'd ELGIN, [   ]

HUMPHREY, Julia: m1. SIMPSON, Samuel L.; m2. BRISCOW, Julian V.; d/o Homan and Lydia (Snow) Humphrey

HUMPHREY, Lucretia: m'd 1851 HUMPHREY, Milton; maiden name unknown at this time

HUMPHREY, Lydia E.: m'd GAULT, Daniel M.C.; d/o Homan and Lydia (Snow) Humphrey

HUMPHREY, Milton (1830- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Lucretia

HUMPHREY, Orpha G.: m'd GOVE, [   ]; d/o Homan and Lydia (Snow) Humphrey

HUMPHREY, T.C. Dr.: s/o Homan and Lydia (Snow) Humphrey

HUMPHREY, Wolcott Julius (1840-1926): s/o Homan and Lydia (Snow) Humphrey

HUNSAKER, Bradford (1832-1917):

HUNSAKER, Joseph (1827- ):

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HUNT, Elizabeth Pocahantas: m'd PALMONDON, Eusebe "Eugene"

HUNT, Enoch (1825- ): m'd SHELTON, Mary E.

HUNT, James ( -1852): m'd SMITH, Caroline; started for OR between Apr 1851 and Aug 1852; died on trail in Utah; wife and children turned around and went back to IN

HUNT, James M. (1831- ):

3) HUNT, Levi Jr.:

3) HUNT, Levi Sr.:


HUNTER, Caroline Frances (1846-1926): m'd 1863 RUSSELL, Eli Frazier; died in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA; d/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Emily Jane (1837-c1905): m'd 18 Apr 1852 .

HUNTER, George W. (1835-1895): m1. 1859 STOUT, Harriett Amanda; m2. 1865 ALLEN, ELizabeth Ann; died in Dawson, Yukon Territory; wrote reminiscence of 1852 journey to Oregon entitled "" by Colonel George Hunter; s/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Harriet (1848-1917): m'd 1868 CARRUTHERS, Robert; died Astoria, Clatsop Co, OR; d/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Ira Capt. (1809- ): m'd 1835 [   ], Martha

HUNTER, John (1833-1902): m'd 1859 CARRUTHERS, Sarah Ann; died in Illwaco, Pacific Co, WA; s/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Louisa (1838-1865): m'd 1853 WHITE, Joseph; d/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Martha: m'd 1835 HUNTER, Ira; maiden name unknown at this time

HUNTER, Mary Ann (1840-1920): m1. 1858 WINSHIP, John H.; m2. 1866 MCKAY, Angus; died in Athena, Umatilla Co, OR; buried in Mt. View Cemetery, Walla Walla, WA; d/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Mathias (1832- ): m'd 1866 FRAZIER, Nancy; s/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, Wilford (1842-1848): s/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter; died prior to emigration

HUNTER, William (1810-1896): m1. 1830 MEEK, Jemima; m2. 1870 HOWE, Elizabeth; m3. 1890 BEAMER, Martha; m4. 1895 MCINTYRE, Mary;
died at Brownsville, Linn Co, OR; buried in Brownsville City Cemetery, Linn Co

HUNTER, William Alfred (1850- ): m'd 1873 BOUNDS, Louisa F.; s/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter

HUNTER, William Morris (1843-1843): s/o William and Jemima (Meek) Hunter; died prior to emigration

HUNTINGTON, B.F. (1847-1929):

HUNTINGTON, David H. (1828- ):

HUNTINGTON, Hanna ( -1924): m'd SMITH, [   ]

HUNTINGTON, Isaac (1851-1920):

HUNTINGTON, James: m'd [    ], Mariah; s/o Simeon and Margaret Huntington; became a sheriff in Washington Territory

HUNTINGTON, Mariah: m'd HUNTINGTON, James; maiden name unknown at this time

HUNTINGTON, Martha (1828-1906): m'd 1847 HAYES, William Washington; d/o James and Mariah Huntington

HUNTINGTON, Mary:

HUNTINGTON, Samuel J. (1841- ):

HUNTINGTON, William R. (1846-1923):

HURLBURT, Mary: m'd BANKS, Lebbeus J.

HURSHAW, Elizabeth (1812-1886): m'd 1832 CLAWSON, Ephraim; born: September 22, 1812 Centerville, Montgomery County, Ohio; died: February 15, 1886 Columbia County, Washington ; buried: Newland Cemetery now called the Pioneer Cemetery, Dayton, Washington

HUSTON, Henry Clay:

HUSTON, James (1811-1858):

HUTCHINSON, James C.: m'd COPELAND, [ ]; returned east in 1853 and came to OR again in 1854 via the Isthmus of Panama; brother of Robert; settled Douglas Co

HUTCHINSON, Robert Milligan: brother of James C.; settled Douglas Co

HUTSON, Isabella ( 1850-1931):

HUTSON, Louisa: m'd 1844 HUTSON, William; maiden name unknown at this time

HUTSON, William: m'd 1844 [   ], Louisa


HYDE, John Lewis:

HYDE, Mr. ( -1852): young man in the Washburn party; died on trail of cholera


15) HYLAND, Amos Damon (1837-1905): m'd 1858 CROW, Rachel Ann; s/o Benjamin and Abigail (Damon) Hyland; died in Alameda, Oakland Co, CA and is buried in Lane Co, OR

15) (1804-1890): m'd 1827 DAMON, Abigail; divorced in 1853 in Washington Co, OR; married and divorced twice more; came to Oregon in 1852 with his  three sons; children not making the emigration were Mary Ann (1840-1917); Edward T. (1843-1885); Ansel (1845-1845); Sylvia M. (1848-1935); Abigail (1850-1851); Abigail Damon Hyland eventually came to OR in 1874 with her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann (Hyland) and William Dinges

15) HYLAND, Benjamin F. (1829-1907): m'd 1854 GREEN, Lovi; s/o Benjamin and Abigail (Damon) Hyland; settled in Benton Co

15) HYLAND, Burnham Smith (1833-1918): m'd 1864 TYLER, Adelia; s/o Benjamin and Abigail (Damon) Hyland; died in Lane Co, OR


ILES, Ella M.: d/o Henderson and Lucinda (Hill) Iles

ILES, Henderson (1804- ): m'd 1821 HILL, Lucinda R.

ILES, Leanna: d/o Henderson and Lucinda (Hill) Iles

ILES, Mary: d/o Henderson and Lucinda (Hill) Iles

ILES, William Frederick Price: s/o Henderson and Lucinda (Hill) Iles

24) IMBLER,  Emily  J.  (1850-1858),  d/o  Needham and  Margaret  Jane (Jones) Imbler

24) IMBLER,  John  Warren  (1842-1888),  s/o  Needham and  Margaret  Jane (Jones) Imbler

24) IMBLER, Louisa Ellen "Eliza Clarissa" (1820-aft 1880): m'd JONES, John

24) IMBLER, Needham (1820-1897): m'd JONES, Margaret Jane
24) IMBLER,  Sarah  Ann  (1844-1914),  Needham and  Margaret  Jane (Jones) Imbler
INGALLS, Belulah:

INGALLS, Delila  A.: m'd 1852 INGALLS, Joseph W.; maiden name unknown at this time

INGALLS, Joseph W. (1819- ): m'd 1852 [   ] Delila A.

5: INGALLS, Joseph W. ( - ): m'd c1850 GIBSON, Delilah Ann; originally emigrated in 1849 with Daviess Gibson and Arthur and Henry Ingalls, went to CA gold fields; returned east via Isthmus of Panama, arriving late in fall of 1850

5: INGALLS, Lyman (1833-1852): s/o Israel and Mary (Lord) Ingalls; died of cholera on trail [RR: Lyman Ingalls died 6-4-1852 on the north side of the North Platte]

5: INGALLS, Sophronia ( -1907): m'd 1839 GIBSON, Daviess; d/o Israel and Mary (Lord) Ingalls

5: INGALLS, Theodore (1835- ): s/o Israel and Mary (Lord) Ingalls; got cholera on trail but survived

5: INGALLS, Wallace (c1851- ): s/o Joseph and Delilah (Gibson) Ingalls

  Note: There were two James Ingram families who came to Oregon in 1852
INGRAM, Berry (1842-1903): m'd 04 Aug 1863 BENEFIELD, Mary Josephine; s/o James and Minerva (Burkhart) Ingram; born 07 Apr 1842 Washington Co, AR and died 27 Sep 1903 Bellfountain, Benton Co, OR; father of 6 children (Minerva Josephine, Delila Florilla, Oliver Berry, Willard Leroy, Charles Edward and Ethel L.); their home and all their possessions were lost to fire in 1890 while they were away visiting a sick daughter

2a) INGRAM, Elizabeth (1844-1914): m'd 15 Sep 1859 GILLIAM, Thomas Jefferson; d/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born 15 Jun 1844 Henry County, Iowa and died 27 Oct 1914 Linn County, Oregon

2a) INGRAM, Elva (1848-1852): s/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born Jan 1848 Henry County, Iowa and died on trail near Guernsey, Wyoming on 23 June 1852

INGRAM, Green (1844-1914): m1. 15 Jul 1868 YOUNG, Mary Jane; m2. 07 Jun 1874 FAWVER, Saphrona; s/o James and Minerva (Burkhart) Ingram; born 30 Sep 1844 Washington Co, AR and died 04 Jan 1914 Linn Co, OR; drowned in creek while visiting his son; father of 2 children by first wife (Wiley and Lee Roy) and 6 children by second wife (Rose M., William James, Olive Ida, Tempy, Lester Raymond and Fred C.)

INGRAM, James Wilson II (1821-1886 ): m'd  23 Feb 1841 BURKHART, Minerva; s/o James and Nancy Ingram; born 15 Jan 1821 Bledsoe Co, TN and died 24 Feb 1886 in Benton Co, OR; father of 11 children (Berry, Green, Louis, Matilda Jane, Joseph, Lloyd, George Washington, James Wilson III, Polly Ann, John Calvin and Robert Lee); reportedly emigrated to Oregon in 1846 with a group of trappers, returned home to Washington Co, Arkansas and brought his family out in 1852

INGRAM, James B. (1823- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Rebecca Jane

2a) INGRAM, James Henry (1837-1917): m1. GILLIAM, Sarah; m2. 30 May 1871 MARTIN, Tabitha Elizabeth; s/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born 30 Dec 1837 Pike County, Illinois and died 16 Nov 1917 Dayton, Columbia County, Washington; buried Dayton City Cemetery, Dayton, Columbia County, Washington; father of 3 children by first wife (William, Charles E. and Mary Francis); father of 7 children by second wife (John H., Tabitha May, Cora Elton, Eva E., Della Elizabeth, Frank Landrin and Walter)
2a) INGRAM, James (1809-1881): m'd 04 Dec 1833 AKIN, Ritta Ann;  s/o John B. and Rachel (Blanton) Ingram;  father of Mitchell, Rachel, James Henry, Leanna, Paulna, Sarah Jane, Elizabeth, Elva, Louisa, Mary Ann and Frances Olive

2a) INGRAM, Leanna (1841-1932): m'd 28 Jun 1857 GRAY, William; d/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born Oct 1841 Henry County, Iowa and died 10 Jun 1932 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

(1847-1909): m'd LANDESS, John

INGRAM, Louis/Lewis (1847-1924): m'd c1871 MANNING, Mary Frances; s/o James and Minerva (Burkhart) Ingram; born 23 May 1847 Washington Co, AR and died 31 Jan 1924 Gravel Ford, Coos Co, OR; father of 8 children (James N., Naoma A., Cora M. Matilda J.; Lloyd E., Eldridge, Edward and Bertha)

2a) INGRAM, Louisa (1850- ): m'd BENNETT, Foster; d/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born 1850 Henry County, Iowa and died in California

INGRAM, Mary Jane (1827-1901): m'd 17 Jul 1841 CARTWRIGHT, James; d/o James Wilson and Nancy Ingram Sr

INGRAM, Mary R.: m'd 1847 INGRAM, Willis; maiden name unknown at this time

INGRAM, Matilda J. (1849-1852): d/o James and Minerva (Burkhart) Ingram; born 03 May 1849 Washington Co, AR and died on trail 1852 at the Dalles, Wasco Co, OR

2a) INGRAM, Mitchell (1835-1907): s/o James andRitta (Akin) Ingram; born 28 Jan 1835 Pike County, Illinois and died 17 Mar 1907 Eagle Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon; buried Forrester Cemetery, Eagle Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon

2a) INGRAM, Paulina (1842-1911): m'd May 1860 WIBERG, Charles Magnus; d/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born 30 May 1842 Henry County, Iowa and died 27 Feb 1911 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

2a) INGRAM, Rachel (1836-1901): m'd 05 Jan 1854 DEARDORFF, John Martindale; d/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born 12 Aug 1836 Iowa and died 28 Jul 1901 Happy Valley, Clackamas County, Oregon; buried Deardorff Cemetery, Happy Valley, Clackamas County, Oregon; mother of 4 children (James Henry, William Albert, John Bennett and Anna)

INGRAM, Rebecca Jane: m'd 1846 INGRAM, James B.; maiden name unknown at this time

2a) INGRAM, Sarah Jane (1843-1913): m'd 1871 KIERNAN, John; d/o James and Ritta (Akin) Ingram; born 05 Jan 1843 Henry County, Iowa and died 20 Feb 1913 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

INGRAM, William (1812-1875): m'd GRAHAM, Mrs.

INGRAM, Willis (1823- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Mary R.

INMAN, D. W. ( -1896):

INMAN, Jack:

INMAN, James (1852-1859): s/o Joel and Sophia (Hinton) Inman

INMAN, Job (1851-1852): s/o Joel and Sophia (Hinton) Inman; died on the Barlow Road

INMAN, Joel Cowan (1824-1902): m'd 1846 HINTON, Sophia Jane

INMAN, Lazarus C. (1798- ): m'd c1823 STOVER, Susannah

INMAN, Margaret W. (1834-1924): m'd INMAN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

INMAN, Thompson (1849-1901): s/o Joel and Sophia (Hinton) Inman

INMAN, William (1847-1918): s/o Joel and Sophia (Hinton) Inman

INSPETER, John E. ( -1852): died on trail

IRBY, Margaret (1831-1927): m'd IRBY, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

IRELAND, Alpheus (1808-1868): m'd 06 Dec 1831 ALEXANDER, Sophia; s/o John P. and Mary (Alexander) Ireland; born 11 Jan 1808 Wayne Co, IN and died 05 Feb 1868 Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; buried Adams Cemetery, Mrytle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; settled in Douglas County; father of  six children (John Alexander, Myra Elizabeth, Juliet Ann, Ruth Hellen, Infant dau and Mary Jane); three of his children died in IN prior to the emigration; it appears that the Alpheus Ireland family is not related to the other Irelands that arrived in 1852; Alpheus was member of Oregon Legislature from Douglas Co in 1864

IRELAND, Juliet Ann (1836-1864): m'd 19 Nov 1854 NICHOLS, George D.; d/o Alpheus and Sophia (Alexander) Ireland; born 06 Nov 1836 MI and died 26 Aug 1864 Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; buried Adams Cemetery, Mrytle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; settled in Douglas County where she remained until her death; mother of one son (Alpheus Milroy who died age 1 year)

IRELAND, Mary Jane (1846-1912): m'd 26 Oct 1862 ADY, Solomon; d/o Alpheus and Sophia (Alexander) Ireland; born 22 Jan 1846 MI and died 12 Mar 1912 Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; buried Adams Cemetery, Mrytle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; settled in Douglas County where she remained until her death; mother of 4 children (James Warren, Amelia Sophia, Alpheus Loyd and one unnamed)

16) IRELAND, Robert W. (1824- 1887): m'd 36 Sep1849 KIRTS, Sarah; m2. 1859 CROW, Susannah (Benefiel); s/o William and Catherine (Lee) Ireland; born 1824 Bartholomew Co, IN and died 02 Dec 1887 Washington Co, OR; after death of first wife in Jan 1856 Robert returned east where he married his second wife in 1859; they are shown in Adair Co, IA in the 1860 census but reportedly returned to Oregon soon after the census was taken; father of three children by his second wife (John Preston, Annie and Willis)

IRELAND, Ruth Hellen (1840-1857): d/o Alpheus and Sophia (Alexander) Ireland; born 31 Dec 1840 IN and died 08 Jun 1857 Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; buried Adams Cemetery, Mrytle Creek, Douglas Co, OR;

16) IRELAND, Zephaniah (1820- ): m'd 1845 KIRTZ, Barbara

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IRVINE, Benjamin H. (1829-1923):

IRVINE, Daughter ( -1852): d/o Robert and Sarah (Berry) Irvine

IRVINE, Jesse Baird (1835 -1913): m'd 1854 HUMPHREYS, Salina Emeline; died Jackson Co, OR; bur Crystal Lake Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

IRVINE, Josephus Duncan (1843- ): m'd 1872 FISHER, Sarah

"IRVINE, J. D.--Born in Jackson County, Missouri, January 10, 1843, and came with his parents to Marion County, Oregon, in 1852. He was a farmer in the earlier years of his residence in Oregon, but in 1877, he commenced draying in Independence, and continued in that business seven years. In 1872 he was married to Miss Sarah Fisher, and four children have been born to them, namely Clara W., Charlie G., Clyde J., and Claude. The two last mentioned died in 1883, of scarlet fever. In 1884, Mr. Irvine bought a grocery store in Independence, in which he is now engaged. He was a member of the city council from 1880 to 1884." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p. 769-70]

IRVINE, Elizabeth Hadley (1816-1888): m'd 17 Apr 1834 ; d/o Jesse and Margaret (Hadley) Irvine

IRVINE, Margaret Jane: m'd 1859 MILLER, Robert C.; d/o Jesse and Margaret (Hadley) Irvine

IRVINE, Mary South (1813-1889).: m'd  03 Jul 1832

IRVINE, Robert Armington (1824- ): m1. BERRY, Sarah; m2. 1853 SMITH, Sarah Jane; first wife died on trail

IRVINE, Samuel Hadley Owen (1818- ): m'd 1838 [   ], Spicy

IRWIN, Sylvana: m'd MEANS, [ ]; d/o Robert Irwin; died on trail of mountain fever while camped on the Humboldt River; husband had died prior to emigration

IRWIN, Robert (1799- ): m1. ; m2. 1853 [   ], Grace; came to OR in 1850, returned east to bring out family; wife died of cholera on trail

IRWIN, Milly/Mily. (c1897-1852): m'd IRWIN, Robert; died on trail 10 Jun 1852 at the age of 55

ISAACS, George W. (1831- ):

ISAACS, Henry Perry: m'd 1860 FULTON, Lucinda (pioneer of 1847); settled at Walla Walla, WA


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