Emigrants To Oregon In 1846
compiled by Stephenie Flora
copyright © 2004 


I will be adding an overview of the 1846 emigration at a later time.  For those wishing a more in depth view I would recommend "Overland in 1846" by Dale Morgan. (2 vols)

Although my focus is primarily on emigrants to Oregon, the trials and tribulations of the Donner party cannot be ignored. For those who would like to learn more about this segment of history I would encourage you to visit Kristin Johnson's web site at Donner Party

Oregon Overland: Three Roads of Adversity by Ross Smith (dec Nov 2007); an indepth study of the 1846 Barlow Road and the 1846 Southern Route and the Smith family who traveled them

Notes compiled by Don Ubben while researching the life and works of Jesse Quinn Thornton

Captains of 1846

SR: indicates those that took Southern Route (Applegate Trail) into Oregon

CA: indicates those that cut off for California.  While I do not do research on the CA emigrants I do note their names if known as they often traveled in unison with the Oregon emigrants to the cutoff

*1: Capts. Isaac Allen and Elam Brown: on May 14, 1846 started for California with a company composed primarily of the relatives and friends of Isaac Allen and Elam Brown. The company consisted of about 30 wagons, 100 men, plus their women and children. Isaac Allen died on August 27, 1846 on the Humbolt is what is now the state of Nevada. Karl Kiser at KSquared77@gmail.com is researching this group and is interested in any information you might have.

*2: Capt. Medders Vanderpool

*3: Capt. Benjamin Simpson; left from St. Joseph, MO with 100 wagons and 600 individuals under Capt. William J. Martin; due to the large size of the train it split up and  Benjamin Simpson became Capt. of a portion of that train; arrived via the Barlow Road (Durham Researcher, Gail Nerby is interested in comparing notes on the Ben Simpson Train)

*4: Capt. Henry Smith: took the cutoff  known as the Southern Route aka the Applegate Trail

*5: Capt. Orus Brown; started with 49 wagons and eventually split into 3 units.  Some of party took the Southern Route including the sister, mother and uncle of Orus.  Orus arrived 15 Oct 1846

*6: Capt.William Campbell: left Marshall, Saline Co, MO in April 1846, rendezvoused at St. Joseph the train divided with Campbell at the head of one section led by Kit Carson and the other party led by Hastings.  Cut off over Sierras ahead of the Donner party

*7: Capt. Stephen Cooper: joined by the Gregg train 25 May 1846, Cooper left three days later taking 6 wagons, rejoined Gregg train 03 Jun 1846 and left the next day taking 9 wagons with him

*8: Capt. Josephus Cornwall: left MO 15 Apr 1846 with 80 wagons, took Southern Route and arrived in Willamette Valley Dec 1846

*9: Capt. Gallant D. Dickenson; led 13 wagons

*10: Capt. Rice Dunbar

*11: The Donner Party; joined the William Russell Train May 19 (story of Donner Party - as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p245-368)

*12: Capt. Gregg: started with 12 wagons on 04 May and 9 days later train consisted of 50 wagons.  On May 25 the Cooper train joined his and three days later Cooper left taking 6 wagons with him.  Cooper joined once more 03 Jun and left the next day taking 9 wagons with him.  By 02 Jul there were 18 wagons left with Gregg.  Mr. Greenwood was pilot for the train.

*13: Capt. Harlen: led 40 wagons

14: Capt. Keithly: left from Independence, MO; May 11 two companies were organized with leaders Capt. Keithly and Capt. John Robinson.  Orus Brown (an emigrant of 1843 returning west with his family) as pilot for both; May 23 the companies split up and Brown stayed with the Robinson company.

*15: Capt. William J. Martin: Martin was an emigrant of 1843 who had returned east with Fremont in 1844; left St. Joseph, MO with over 100 wagons and 600 individuals; traveled with the Elam Brown train for a time; because of large size of train it split into smaller groups; on June 10 was at Fort Laramie, well ahead of all others; some members of party cutoff for CA

*16: Capt. John Robinson: May 11 two companies were organized with leaders Capt. Keithly and Capt. John Robinson.  Orus Brown (an emigrant of 1843 returning west with his family) as pilot for both; May 23 the companies split up and Brown stayed with the Robinson company.

*17: Capt. William Henry Russell: the majority of this train was headed for California but for periods of time were accompanied by Oregon emigrants as well; was elected Capt. of 75 (this number varies from source to source) wagons on May 11;  because of the unwieldy size the train was organized into four groups with a leader for each under the overall command of Capt. Russell; May 15 added 9 wagons of Boggs/Boone party, who left shortly thereafter; May 16 Butterfield, Baker and Dunleavy left train with several others; May 19 Donner party with 9 wagons joined giving train 46 wagons, 98 men, 40-50 women and 57 children; May 20 added party with 6 wagons; May 21 Alphonso Boone party rejoined with 11 wagons making 67 wagons; May 22 Gordon/Dickenson party left with 13 wagons; May 28 party with 8 wagons joined; upon reaching Fort Laramie, Russell resigned his command, traded his wagons for pack mules and left with several friends for California.  They arrived at Sutters Fort Aug 31, one of the first parties over the Sierra in 1846.

*18: Capt. Oscar Williams

*19: Capt. Smith: noted as the last train to leave St. Joseph, MO, Smith was noted as the Capt. on the Platte.  It is not known if he was the original leader but by May 23 the train consisted of 43 wagons.  It was found lying by at the crossing of the Platte's South Fork on June 18th having lost 150 head of cattle.  It was during the search for these cattle that one of the party, Edward Trimble, was killed by Indians.

*20: Capt Josiah Morin: elected leader of the George Harlan train of 20 wagons headed to CA when Harlan declined the honor.  Train was joined for a time by five German boys from St. Louis whose story was later told by one of them, Heinrich Lienhard.

*21: Capt. Dunleavy: leader of party that was expelled from the Russell Train due to its large number of cattle (140 head)

*22: Capt. William Crosby: left Independence May 27 with 25 wagons.  "Mississippi Saints" included 19 of the wagons and 43 persons who were Mormons hoping to hook up on the plains with another group of Mormons.  Six other wagons were Oregon bound emigrants that didn't initially realize that they were traveling with Mormons.  They left the party on the Platte.

*23: Capt. James McBride: led party of 22 wagons that joined Elam Brown train

*24: Capt. Lilburn W. Boggs: led small party of family and friends.  Joined other trains periodically including the William Russell train.  Was in fear for his life in regards to Mormons on the trail and avoided traveling in small parties when in their vicinity.  Cut off for CA and was just far enough ahead of the Donner party to avoid their fate.

 

Emigrants To Oregon in 1846

The list of emigrants for 1846 is currently being added and edited. All women are listed by their maiden name EVEN if they are married at the time of emigration. If you would like to add information or make corrections I can be reached at the email address at the bottom of the page.

*6: ABRAM Family; cut off for CA

*12: ACRES, Burlington:

*1: ADAMS, Thomas ( -1846): died 22 Aug 1846 before the Mary's River

AGNEW, Abram (1820- ): m'd 1853 Sarah J. BARBER; s/o Jonathan and Mary (Prather) Agnew; blacksmith; emigrated for his health, split rails in Yamhill Co, returned east in 1847, to CA in 1850, 1853 returned to OH via the Isthmus; returned to CA the next year with a drove of cattle, 1857 returned east and settled in IA where he engaged in farming; returned  west in 1874 and settled in  Santa Clara, CA

ALBRIGHT, John B. (c1815-1893): b. NY; settled in Marion Co where he farmed.  In later years, do to business reverses, he was forced to take up residence at the county poor farm.  He suffered from cancer of the lip but ultimately died of a stroke.  He is buried in Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR.  It doesn't appear that he ever married.

SR: *10: ALDERMAN, Albert L. (1820-1908): m1. 1850 Mary Jane BURNS; m2. 04 Mar 1866 Charlotte Ruth ODELL; settled DLC #163 in Yamhill Co

ALEXANDER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: ALEXANDER, Charles F. (1842- ): s/o Joseph and Sarah (Payne) Alexander

SR: *4: ALEXANDER, Joseph Charles (1809-1892): m1. 1839 Sarah Ann PAYNE m2. Sarah (Unknown); settled Benton Co; buried at Crystal Lake Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton Co, OR; was one of first commissioners of Benton Co; was Justice of the Peace, 1862 was sheriff of Benton Co; 1868 was member of state legislature; donated almost 7 acres to Corvallis Masonic Lodge to start the Crystal Lake Cemetery

SR: *4: ALEXANDER, Theodore Franklin (1844-1892): m'd 1873 Frances Adelphia KIGER; s/o Joseph and Sarah (Payne) Alexander; buried Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR  

SR: *4: ALEXANDER, William H. (1840-1904): m'd 1868 Margery E. GRAHAM; s/o Joseph and Sarah (Payne) Alexander; buried Toledo cemetery, Toledo, Lincoln Co, OR

ALLEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CA: *1: ALLEN, David (1802- ): m'd Elizabeth STORY; m2. Mrs. Elizabeth ALFREY; s/o William and Rebecca (Stevens) Allen; wife died on the Humbolt River; went to CA in 1847 and returned in Mar 1848

CA: ALLEN, Elizabeth  (c1828-1896): m'd 1844 Samuel BROWN; d/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen; Samuel Brown and his wife Elizabeth (Allen) Brown emigrated to California where they built a sawmill on Feather River.  When gold was discovered the mill closed and everyone went to the gold fields, including the Brown family.  In 1849 after their claim panned out, but with $20,000 in cash, proceeds of their mine, they disposed of their property and started  by sea to Oregon.   Their ship was blown to sea and it took them three months to sail from San Francisco to Portland.

CA: *1: ALLEN, Isaac (1795-1846): m'd 1817 Margaret MILLER; Isaac died on Aug 27, 1846 on the Humbolt in what is now the state of Nevada; another son and his wife hovered between life and death, leaving 16 year old John to drive the wagon across the plains

CA: *1: ALLEN, John Ceton (1825-1889): m'd 1851 Nancy Catherine MCNARY; s/o Isaac and Margaret (Miller) Allen; cut off for CA; came to OR 1850 and settled near present day Rickreall in Polk Co

ALLEN, Rachel Suzanne (1780-1859): m'd 1799 Robert BYRD; d/o William and Martha (McAdoo) Byrd

ALLEN, Sarah  (1804-c1845): m'd 1823 Elam BROWN; d/o Thomas and Margaret (Bryan) Allen; believed to have died prior to emigration

CA: *1: ALLEN, William: m'd Albina FOSTER; s/o Isaac and Margaret (Miller) Allen

CA: AMES, Hiram : cut off for CA; joined Harlan party; was killed Dec 1846 in battle of Natividad

*3: ANDERSON, Benjamin F. (1841-1913): m'd Martha E. LEDGERWOOD; s/o James and Eleanor (Simpson) Anderson

*3: ANDERSON, James (1810-1872): m'd 1831 Eleanor SIMPSON; settled in Marion Co.; accompanied Simpson family to OR 1846

*3: ANDERSON, James Harvey (1843-1929): m'd 1870 Martha E. SHANKS;  s/o James and Eleanor (Simpson) Anderson

*3: ANDERSON, John P.   (1834-1928): s/o James and Eleanor (Simpson) Anderson

*3: ANDERSON, Louisa (1836- ): m'd  (Unknown) SHORT; d/o James and Eleanor (Simpson) Anderson

*3: ANDERSON, Mary (1832): m'd M. Jackson ALLPHIN; d/o James and Eleanor (Simpson) Anderson

*3: ANDERSON, Willard (1845- ): s/o James and Eleanor (Simpson) Anderson

CA: ASHLEY, Otis ( -1906): m'd 1841 Sallie M. MATHERS; died 13 Mar 1906 Santa Cruz Co, CA (diary of James Mathers published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p219-236)

CA: ASHLEY, Sarah E. (1845- ): d/o Otis and Sallie (Mathers) Ashley (diary of James Mathers published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p219-236)

CA: BACKENSTOE, Virginia Elizabeth (1833- ): m'd 1850 John M. MURPHY; d/o [] and Margaret (Keyes) Backenstoe; member of Donner party

BAILEY, Bishop (1834- ): s/o Daniel and Elizabeth Bailey; indicted in Yamhill in 1852 for gambling and fined $20 plus costs

BAILEY, Daniel Dodge (1802- ): m'd Elizabeth (Unknown); m2. 1857 Mrs. Cecelia WATKINS (divorced in 1881); settled in Yamhill County

BAILEY, Delphine (1841- ): m'd 1860 Robert B. NIXON; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth Bailey

BAILEY, Elizabeth (c1804- ): m'd Daniel D. BAILEY; maiden name unknown at this time

BAILEY, Iola Ione (1838- ): m'd 1855 Morris WOLFE; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth Bailey

BAILEY, Jeremiah (1836- ): s/o Daniel and Elizabeth Bailey

BAILEY, Timothy (1825-1858): s/o Daniel and Elizabeth Bailey; indicted in Yamhill in 1852 for gambling and fined $20 plus costs; died by his own hand in 1858

BAKER FAMILY RESEARCH:
BAKER, Horace (1803-1882): m'd 1852 Jane HATTON; settled in Clackamas Co. where he made and sold water pumps and ran a rock quarry

SR: *17: *4: BAKER, John D. (1794- ): m'd 1824 Elizabeth RECTOR; party joined Russell train May 16 but was expelled due to their large herd of cattle that slowed down progress of train

SR: *17: *4: BAKER, John S. (1838- ): m'd Missouri WINKLE; s/o John and Elizabeth (Rector) Baker; buried on Winkle Butte, near Corvallis, OR

SR: *17: *4: BAKER, Martha Caroline (c1827- ): m'd David BUTTERFIELD; d/o John and Elizabeth (Rector) Baker

SR: *17: *4: BAKER, Mary Elizabeth (c1824 -1902): m'd c1848 Greenberry SMITH; d/o John and Elizabeth (Rector) Baker

BAKER, Sarah : m'd 1821 John ALBRIGHT

BAKER, Thrida : m'd (Unknown) MCGOWAN

SR: *17: *4: BAKER, William R. (1837- ): m'd Sarah HALE; settled in Linn Co; s/o John and Elizabeth (Rector) Baker

BALDRAUCH, Rev. J. B. :

SR: *4: BANKS, Gerard  (1827- ): m'd 1852 Wallace, Martha E. (WILLIAMSON) ; s/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell

*14: BARNARD, Mr. : (Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

BARNES, Daniel Parker (c1824 -1896): died at Gold Hill, OR

BEAR, Margaret (1822- ): m'd 1837 Owen BEAR; maiden name unknown at this time

BEAR, Owen H.   (1817- ): m'd 1837 Margaret (Unknown); settled in Linn Co.

SR: BEECHAM, Ashley :

SR: BEECHAM, Mrs. : mother of Ashley

*12: BEECHAM, Mr. ( -1846): died on trail 26 Aug 1846 (diary of Nicholas Carriger published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

BELL, George W. :

BENTON, Mr. : cut off for CA

BLAKELY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BLAKELY, Caroline (1845-1870): d/o James and Sarah (Dick) Blakely

BLAKELY, Catherine (1837-1917l): m'd Jeremiah LEWIS; d/o James and Sarah (Dick) Blakely

BLAKELY, Eleanor Jane (1835-1907): m'd 1853 Canada C. MONTGOMERY; d/o James and Sarah (Dick) Blakely; settled in Crook Co

BLAKELY, Harriet (1842-1924): m'd G. C. COOLEY; d/o James and Sarah (Dick) Blakely

BLAKELY, Capt. James (1812-1913): m'd c1834 Sarah DICK; s/o Joseph and Jensia (Browning) Blakely; founder of Brownsville that he named after his uncle, Hugh L. Brown; established a general store; built first flour mill in Brownsville; one of chief promoters of Brownsville Woolen Mills; successful stock rancher, was Capt in the Rogue River Indian Wars; settled in Linn Co

BLAKELY, William Minnis (1840-1931): m'd 1864 Margaret BAIRD; s/o James and Sarah (Dick) Blakely; winter of 1860 stayed with H.H. Spaulding; moved to Umatilla County where he was a wheat grower, Indian fighter, legislator 1893-1895 and sheriff in Pendleton 1898

BLANTON, John (1833- ): m'd 1855 Catherine SHEPHERD; s/o Joseph and Jane (Muncus) Blanton; started across the plains in 1846 (one bio states 1844 which appears to be an error) with parents, when his father died near Council Bluffs his mother returned with the children to MO; John returned to OR in 1853 as a driver of oxen for another family; stayed with an uncle, Isaac Blanton, at Salem for a short time; moved around state for a number of years before settling in Marion Co in c1870 where he raised a family and established his Hop farm *22

BLANTON, Joseph ( -1846): listed as emigrant of 1844 in the bio of his son, John, but sources indicate he was emigrant of 1846; was a cooper near St. Louis until he decided to emigrate; died 14 May 1846 on the trail near Council Bluffs, IA leaving a widow and children who returned east (diary of Nicholas Carriger published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, Albert Gallatin (1831-1898): s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, George Washington (1839-1905): m'd 1865 Alabama MCMEANS; s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, John McKinley (1832-1913): s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, Joseph Oliver (1845-1879): s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24: BOGGS,  Lilburn Wycliffe  (1798-1860): m1. 1817 Julia Ann BENT; m2. 1827 Panthea Grant BOONE; s/o John and Martha (Oliver) Boggs; brother-in-law of Alphonso Boone; served as gov of MO; started on Southern Route at Imlay with Thornton but turned around in September and went on to CA; Lilburn and Parthena Boone Boggs were with the Donner Party.  Met in Salt Lake area when the Boggs and others decided to go to CA.  Camped in Reno area for a number of days, Lilburn party became restless and decided to go on with those that had traveled with him from Independence.  Since they were five days ahead ahead of the Donner Party they made it across the Mountain and reached their destination safely. 

CA: *17: *24:  BOGGS, Sophia Barnes (1841-1919): m'd c1860 James M. PALMER; d/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, Theodore Warner (1834-1905): s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, Thomas (1824-1894): m'd 1846 Rumalda LUNA; s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

CA: *17:  *24:  BOGGS, William Montgomery (1826-1911): m'd Sonora HICKLIN; s/o Lilburn and Panthea (Boone) Boggs

BONNEY, Family: on Bancroft Oregon list for 1846; the family was actually part of the 1845 emigration and cutoff for CA, they then moved up into Oregon in 1846

BOONE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *17: *10: BOONE, Alphonso D. (1796-1849): m'd 1822 Nancy Linville BOONE; (wife was a second cousin); s/o Jesse and Chloe (VanBibber) Boone; g-grandson of Daniel and Rebecca (Bryan) Boone; "when they reached a canyon the family cached their goods (including Daniel Boones compass and surveying instruments) and waded about twelve miles through the water and over big boulders. The emigrants went back the next spring but the Indians had found the things cached and there was nothing left. They packed one oxen with clothing and got into the Willamette Valley at the crossing of Mary's river on Christmas day. "; went to CA mines in 1849 and drowned in Feather River Canyon, CA 28 Nov 1849; wife had died (1838) in MO as had five children; established Boone's Ferry which continued to run for 107 years (it was taken out of service in 1954 when a bridge was built across the Willamette).

SR: *17: *10: BOONE, Alphonso D.  (1837- ): s/o Alphonso and Nancy (Boone) Boone

SR: *17: *10: BOONE, Chloe Donnely (1822- ): m'd 1848 George Law CURRY; d/o Alphonso and Nancy (Boone) Boone; taught school the first winter; lived in Oregon City after marriage

BOONE, George Luther  (1826- ): s/o Alphonso and Nancy (Boone) Boone; did not emigrate with family in 1846, came to OR in 1848

SR: *17: *10:BOONE, James C. :

SR: *17: *10: BOONE, Jesse Van Bibber (1824-1872): m'd 1851 Elizabeth FUDGE; s/o Alphonso and Nancy (Boone) Boone; operated ferry established by his father until his death

SR: *17: *10: BOONE, Mary Elizabeth (c1825- ): m'd Thomas NORRIS; d/o Alphonso and Nancy (Boone) Boone

CA: *17:  *24:  BOONE, Panthea : m'd 1827 Lilburn W. BOGGS; d/o Jesse Boone, sister of Alphonso; started, with husband, on Southern Route at Imlay but they turned around in mid September and went on to CA; had moved ahead of Donner party and avoided being caught in the snow

BORST, Jeremiah (1829- ): went to gold fields in 1850 and moved up into Washington Territory in 1858 and settled on Snoqualmie Prairie; later established town of Falls City, Washington

SR: *4: BOSWORTH, John Henry  (c1821-1850): m'd 1848 Susan B. LOONEY; John killed E. Popham in 1847 during a fight at Salem; member of Oregon riflemen during Cayuse War; died at Oregon City in May 1850; in 1850 census when Susan was found living in her father's household with her young dau, Maria (1849-1861)

BOUNDS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: BOUNDS, Amanda (1833-aft 1880 ): m'd 1850 Edward Wilburn MCCARTY  (1827-1895)

SR: *4: BOUNDS, Eliza Ann (1840- ): d/o John Bird Bounds

SR: *4: BOUNDS, James M. (1844-aft 1880 ): s/o John Bird Bounds

SR: *4: BOUNDS, John Armstrong (1837-1915): m1. 1858 Nancy Jane MCBRIDE (1839-1870); m2. 1872 Nancy Ann HOWELL (1852-1939)

SR: *4: BOUNDS, John Bird (c1800 -1869): m1. Elizabeth LOVELADY; m2. Sarah LOVELADY; m3. Martha Ann BRINK (widow of Thomas McBride); John was a brother of Amanda Mary Bounds

SR: *4:BOUNDS, Jesse L.   (1829-1892): m'd 1853 Sarah Jane (Unknown)

SR: *4: BOUNDS, Nancy (1819-1856): m'd 1836 Harrison LINVILLE (1813-1893); d/o John and Sarah (Lovelady) Bounds

SR: *4: BOUNDS, Sarah E.  (1842- ): m'd 1856 Jesse B. LEWIS; d/o John Bird Bounds

SR: *4:BOUNDS, Thomas L. (1824-1901): m'd 1852 Elizabeth MCBRIDE (sister of Nancy Jane McBride)

BOWLBY, Dr. Wilson (1818- ): m'd 1841 JONES, Lydia D.; m2. 1884 BURLINGAME, Mrs; settled in Washington County, Oregon where he was a doctor, tax collector; served in the Oregon House 4 terms and the Senate 1 term

BRADBURY, Clement Adams (1819- ): m'd 1850 HOBSON, Annie; went to sea as a young man and was shipwrecked off of Bering Island, rescued and taken to Sandwich Islands where he took a ship for the Columbia River; arrived December 1846; spent last years with son in Clatsop County

BRAMMEL, Elizabeth (1816-1860): m'd 1833 Roland Burke HINTON; settled in Benton Co

CA: BRANHAM, Amanda A. (1814- ): m'd c1831 Isaac BRANHAM; maiden name unknown at this time

CA: BRANHAM, Benjamin F. (1845- ): s/o Isaac and Amanda Branham

CA: BRANHAM, Miss : d/o Isaac and Amanda Branham

CA: BRANHAM, Isaac (1803-1887): m'd c1831 Amanda A. (Unknown); cut off for CA, traveled with wife, 2 sons and 2 dau (notes p. 747 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

CA: BRANHAM, Maggie (1832- ): d/o Isaac and Amanda Branham

CA: BRANHAM, Son : s/o Isaac and Amanda Branham

*3: BRATTAIN, Benjamin F.  (1839- ): m'd 1865 Mary Catherine PORTER; s/o Jonathan and Ellen (Trimble) Brattain

*3: BRATTAIN, Edward (1845- ): s/o Jonathan and Ellen (Trimble) Brattain; 1850 census lists name as Elder Brattain

*3: BRATTAIN, George W. (1843- ): m'd Margaret BEAR; s/o Jonathan and Ellen (Trimble) Brattain

*3: BRATTAIN, Jonathan Hill (1813-1859): m'd 1839 Mary Ellen TRIMBLE; died in Lane Co, OR; was appointed guardian for Edward Trimble's children after his death on the trail

*3: BRATTAIN, Mary A. (1841- ): d/o Jonathan and Ellen (Trimble) Brattain

BREEDING, William P. (1819- ): m'd 1851 Mary Jane (Unknown); initially settled at Salem where he was blacksmith; served in Cayuse War under Col. Waters; 1850 returned to MO to bring his parents to OR; moved to Lane Co to farm; 1875 moved to Whitman Co, WA where he erected a flour mill; laid out Palouse City on his land

CA: *11: BREEN, Edward (1832- ): s/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11: BREEN,  Isabella : d/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11: BREEN, James (1840- ): s/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11:BREEN,  John (1830- ): s/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11: BREEN,  Margaret (1845- ): d/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11: BREEN, Margaret (1810-1874): m'd Patrick BREEN; maiden name unknown at this time

CA: *11: BREEN, Patrick (1792-1868): (diary of Patrick Breen published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p306-322)

CA: *11: BREEN, Patrick Jr. (1837- ): s/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11: BREEN, Peter (1832- ): s/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

CA: *11: BREEN, Simon P. (1838- ): s/o Patrick and Margaret Breen

SR: *4: BRIDGES, John Harrison (1820- ): m'd 1848 Margaret Ann CAMPBELL; settled DLC in Marion county; driver for James Campbell

BRISBIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:       Brisbin/Gabbert Genealogy
SR: *4: BRISBIN, Frances Ann (1828-1909): m'd 1846 Morgan R. SAVAGE; d/o John and Mary (Miller) Brisbin

SR: *4: BRISBIN, Jane Miller (1809-1858): m'd 1830 Rice W. DUNBAR; d/o John and Mary (Miller) Brisbin

SR: *4: BRISBIN, John (1781-1846): m'd 1804 Mary MILLER; s/o William and Sarah (Moore) Brisbin; died in Cow Creek Canyon; wife had died several years prior to emigration of her family

SR: *4: BRISBIN, William Moore (1815-1891): m'd 1855 Francis Ann HALPIN; s/o John and Mary (Miller) Brisbin; died at Olalla, Douglas Co, OR

BRISTOW, Elijah (1786-1871):  shown on Bancroft list as emigrant to Oregon in 1846; however, it is believed he was actually an emigrant of 1845 who cutoff for CA and then migrated to OR in 1846

*12: BROCK, Mahlon (1822- ): m'd 01 Sep 1844 Eleanor SAVAGE; settled DLC in Clackamas Co

*12: BROCK, Patsey Jane (1845- ): m'd 1864 Charles M. STARK, d/o Mahlon and Eleanor (Savage) Brock

*15:BROCKMAN, Israel (1824- ): one of  8 men who cut off for CA and were one of first parties over Sierra in 1846; in Sonoma Co in 1850 census

BROOKEY, Mr. :  one of  8 men who left June 28 on mules from Ft. Laramie for CA  (diary of George McKinstry published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

BROSHEARS, Joseph Smith (1828-1905): m'd 1852 Elizabeth JONES; father of (William Wilson, Nancy Keziah, Joshua Lewis, Gertrude Camelia, Rachel Elizabeth, Rosetta Ida, Frances Josephine, Mary Alice, Joseph Smith); settled near Winlock, Washington

BROWN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*5: *14: BROWN, Alvin Clark (1829-1912): m'd 1854 Sarah Ann ROSS; s/o Orus and Theresa (Davis) Brown

*5:  *14: BROWN, Andrew Orus (1831-1904): m'd Aseneth CAREY; s/o Orus and Theresa (Davis) Brown

*5:  *14: BROWN, Caroline (1835- ): m'd 1852 Robert M. PORTER; d/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

CA: *1: BROWN, Columbus (1845- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Allen) Brown

CA: *1: BROWN, Elam (1797-1889): m1. 1823 Sarah "Sallie" Allen; m2. 1847 Margaret Miller Allen (widow of Isaac Allen); on May 14, 1846 was joint commander with Isaac Allen of approximately 30 wagons headed for CA; purchased a 3,329 acre Mexican land grant called Rancho Acalanes in 1847 for $900; raised wheat and established a grist mill in the area of what is now Oakland; was a legislator; buried Martinez Cemetery, Martinez, CA

*5: BROWN, Eliza (1845-1921): Never Married; d/o James and Lucinda (Davis) Brown; lived all but her last few years at Silverton on the DLC of her parents; last months of life were spent in Portland at the home of a niece.

*5: *14: BROWN, Eliza A. : m'd c1860 George DEBORD; d/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

BROWN, Elizabeth Devine (1840- ): d/o Hugh and Clarissa (Browning) Brown

BROWN, Eveline Emaline Jane (1834- ): d/o Hugh and Clarissa (Browning) Brown

BROWN, Felix Grundy (1842- ): s/o Hugh and Clarissa (Browning) Brown

BROWN, Frances America (1843- ): d/o Milton and Christiana (Ferris) Brown

BROWN, Harriett (c1836- ): d/o Hugh and Clarissa (Browning) Brown

BROWN, Hugh Leeper (1810-1888): m'd 1829 Clarissa BROWNING; settled in Linn Co; Brownsville named after him; emigrated via Barlow Road

*5:  *14: BROWN, James (1814-1887): m'd 1840 Lucinda DAVIS; was tanner by trade; helped survey one of the first railroads built in IL; settled on a DLC near Silverton in Marion Co; spent the last few years of his life at Woodburn, OR; buried at Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; during emigration his wagon overturned and injured Mrs. Brown and one child

*5:  *14: BROWN, James Madison "Mat" (1844-1906): m1. 1871 Harriett DUDLEY; m2. 1874 Edna J. EASTHAM; s/o James and Lucinda (Davis) Brown; tanner; settled near Silverton where he was partners in a store; was an ardent abolitionist

BROWN, James Matthew (1842- ): s/o Milton and Christiana (Ferris) Brown

*14: BROWN, John (1769- ): s/o John and Mary (Holmes) Brown; was 77 years old at time of emigration; retired sea captain who rode his horse all the way to Oregon; was uncle of Orus and brother-in-law of Tabitha Moffatt Brown; some reports state that he is buried at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BROWN, John (1831- ): s/o Hugh and Clarissa (Browning) Brown

CA: *1: BROWN, Lawrence M. (1833-1877): s/o Elam and Sarah (Allen) Brown; died at Contra Costa, CA

*5:  *14: BROWN, Lucy  (1843-1913): m'd 1860 Samuel P. WILKES; d/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

BROWN, Manthano : s/o Clark and Tabitha (Moffatt)Brown; "stayed in MO with his wife and family and never did emigrate. He was a slave holder and apparently sided with the south during the Civil War" per Stafford Hazelett

CA: *1: BROWN, Margaline (1829-1893): d/o Elam and Sarah (Allen) Brown; died in Martinez, CA

BROWN, Mary Jane (1837- ): d/o Milton and Christiana (Ferris) Brown

BROWN, Matthew : settled in Silverton area

BROWN, Milton  (1815-1904): m'd 1836 Christiana FERRIS; settled donation land claim in Clackamas Co

BROWN, Missouri Ann (1845- ): d/o Hugh and Clarissa (Browning) Brown

*14: BROWN, Nancy : m'd 1822 Aaron RICHARDSON

*5:  *14: BROWN, Orus (1800-1874): m1. c1827 Theresa DAVIS; m2. c1832 Lavina Forrest WADDEL; m3.; s/o Rev. Clark and Tabitha (Moffatt) Brown; original emigrant of 1843; settled claim on Tualatin plain, built house and planted crops; sold claim to Rev. Clark and returned to MO in 1845 to bring family (including wife and 9 children) to Oregon; one of first to use new Barlow Road; his mother and uncle accompanied his sister and her husband (Virgil Pringle) over the Southern Route

*5:  *14: BROWN, Pherne Tabitha  (1805-1891): m'd Virgil Kellogg PRINGLE; name sometimes seen as Pherna but correct spelling is "Pherne" per Stafford Hazelett.

*5:  *14: BROWN, Rosalie (1840-1917): m'd 1865 William Baker MCMAHAN; d/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

BROWN, Samuel (1821-1885): m'd 1844 ALLEN, Elizabeth; Samuel Brown and his wife Elizabeth (Allen) Brown emigrated to California where they built a sawmill on Feather River.  When gold was discovered the mill closed and everyone went to the gold fields, including the Brown family.  In 1849 after their claim panned out, but with $20,000 in cash, proceeds of their mine, they disposed of their property and started  by sea to Oregon.   Their ship was blown to sea and it took them three months to sail from San Francisco to Portland.  Upon arrival they stayed with Elizabeth's family near present day Mt. Angel. The Brown family then were able to purchase the Peter Depot land claim, adding to it their own Donation Land Claim in French Prairie. Their land encompassed over 1,000 acres in the Gervais area.  For the first eight years they lived in a log cabin about 1 mile north of the present home site.  They soon began their plans for the home that was later to be known as the Sam Brown house. Legend has it that this was the first house in Oregon to be built from an architect's plan.  Co-incidentally, the architect was another Sam Brown, though no relative of the family.  After completion, the house, in addition to being a residence, served as a stage coach station.  Samuel ultimately founded the town of Gervais.   [Information provided by Victoria Hodges with additional references from Marion County Historical Society Vol 1. p.6-8 "History of the Sam Brown House" by Elizabeth Esson Brown

*5:  *14: BROWN, Sarella   (1838-1877): aka Larila Brown; m'd 1855 Edward WOOLEY; d/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

BROWN, Susanna Elizabeth  (1840- ): m'd William CONNOR; d/o Milton and Christiana (Ferris) Brown

BROWN, Tabitha : see Tabitha MOFFATT

*5:  *14: BROWN, Theresa (1833-1908): m'd 1851 John Quincy ZACHARY; d/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

CA: *1: BROWN, Thomas Allen (1823-1889): m'd 1851 Caroline Thela CAMRON; s/o Elam and Sarah (Allen) Brown; had helped lay out the town of Portland, OR; surveyed and plotted the city of Martinez five years later; county clerk of Contra Costa County 1850-1855; county judge 1856-1864; Superior Court Judge; died at Martinez, CA

BROWN, Thomas J. (1846- ): s/o Milton and Christiana (Ferris) Brown

*5:  *14: BROWN, Virgil  (1841-1918): s/o Orus and Lavina (Waddell) Brown

CA: *1: BROWN, Warren E. (1826-1889): m'd Laura (Unknown); s/o Elam and Sarah (Allen) Brown; surveyor; drew the original map of Martinez, CA for his surveyor brother, Thomas A., in 1849; was stricken by typhoid fever during emigration and was left at Ft. Bridger while his family continued on.  He recovered and joined the family in CA; was elected County Surveyor in 1850 and in 1854 was elected to the State Assembly; also served as Sheriff 1869-1871.

BROWN, William C. (1824- ): m'd Martha Jane TOWNSEND

*17: BRYANT, Edwin (1805-1869): had studied medicine but did not practice except reluctantly on the trail; returned east in 1847; returned to CA once more and them went back east where he died by his own hand in 1869 (notes p. 747 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

CA: *1: BUCHANAN, John C. : cut off for CA, traveling with wife and one or two children  (notes p. 497 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

BUCKINGHAM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: BUCKINGHAM, George Washington  (1840- ): s/o Heman and Betsey (Trumbull) Buckingham

SR: BUCKINGHAM, Heman Chapin  (1812-1881): m1.Laura KINNEY (1811-1835); m2. 1837 Betsey TRUMBULL ( -1847); m3. 1850 Matilda Jane STARR (1833-1885); s/o Reuben and Philena (Chapin) Buckingham; settled originally at Oregon City where he operated a store; 1850 moved to Benton County where he took up a DLC; bur Bellfountain Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

SR: BUCKINGHAM, Joel ( -1846): s/o Heman and Betsey (Trumbull) Buckingham;  died on the trail in June

SR: BUCKINGHAM, Levina Philena  (1843- ): m'd  (Unknown) GRAGG; d/o Heman and Betsey (Trumbull) Buckingham

SR: BUCKINGHAM, Randolph Chapin  (1835-1863): s/o Heman and Laura (Kinney) Buckingham; staunch Republican; served one term as a state representative; buried beside his third wife in Bellfountain Cemetery , Benton Co, OR

BUNCH, Mahala Amy  (1809-1879): m'd 1822 Samuel SIMMONS; d/o Israel and Rachel (Goodwin) Bunch; settled in Marion County, OR

*11: BURGER, Karl ( -1846): cut off for CA; member of Donner Party; believed to be a teamster for Keseberg

*3: BURNETT, Anna M. (1835- ): d/o George and Sydney (Younger) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Emily E.  (1840- ): d/o George and Sydney (Younger) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, George William (1811-1878): m'd 1831 Sydney A. YOUNGER; s/o George and Dorothy (Hardeman) Burnett; settled in Yamhill Co; brother of Peter H. Burnett; 1868 was member of state legislature from Yamhill Co

*3: BURNETT, Rev. Glenn Owen (1809-1886): m'd 1830 Sarah M. ROGERS; s/o George and Dorothy (Hardeman) Burnett; settled in Polk/Yamhill counties; organized the Bethel Church in Polk Co; was a circuit riding preacher; one of those to donate land for Bethel College; moved to CA in 1861buried Santa Rosa, CA; See also Pioneer Preacher Profile: Glen Owen Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Horace G. (1832- ): m'd 1851 Margaret A. BOUNDS; s/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett; settled Polk Co

*3:BURNETT, Louis M. (1839-1902): m'd Margaret A. LOVELADY; s/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett; returned to MO from CA

*3:BURNETT, Lucretia E. (1836- ): m'd A. J. NELSON; d/o George and Sydney (Younger) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Martha Elizabeth (c1831- ): m'd 1847 Daniel Sanders HOLMAN; d/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Mary Hardeman (1835-1897): m'd 1851 Charles B. GRAVES; d/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Olivia P. (c1836- ): m'd Woodford C. HOLMAN; d/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Peter Rogers (1842-1922): m'd Mary Elizabeth TODD; s/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett; went to school in CA and returned to OR in 1864 where he taught school; was the first vocational minister at the First Christian Church in Salem; he served in the ministry throughout the NW; described as "tall, straight, slender, dark eyed, dark complexioned, and soft voiced.  One is impressed by his fine character, great soul, and decided convictions."; died at Eugene and is buried at Masonic Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR  See also Pioneer Preacher Profile: Peter Rogers Burnett

*3:BURNETT, Sarah D. (1838- ): d/o George and Sydney (Younger) Burnett

*3:BURNETT, William W. (c1844- ): m'd 1865 Emeline DAWSON; s/o Glen and Sarah (Rogers) Burnett

SR: *4: BURNS, Child : c/o William Burns

SR: *4: BURNS, Child : c/o William Burns

SR: *4: BURNS, Child : c/o Sutton Burns

SR: *4: BURNS, Child : c/o Sutton Burns

SR: *4: BURNS, Child : c/o Sutton Burns

SR: *4: BURNS, Lettie ( -1846): d/o William Burns; died 23 Oct 1846

SR: *4: BURNS, Sutton ( -1846): killed by Indians on Aug 21, 1846, left wife and 3 children

SR: *4: BURNS, Mrs. Sutton :

SR: *4: BURNS, William:

SR: *4: BURNS, Mrs. William:

BURRASS, Charles D. ( -1846): cut off for CA; killed Dec 1846 in battle of Natividad   (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

BUTTERFIELD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *17: *4: BUTTERFIELD, David (1818-1889): m'd 1844 Martha Caroline BAKER; party joined Russell train May 16 but was expelled due to their large herd of cattle that slowed down progress of train

SR: *17: *4: BUTTERFIELD, Mrs. : mother of David Butterfield; widow

SR: *8: BYRD , Lorenzo Austin (1822-1907): m'd 1854 Martha Crawford SAVAGE; s/o John and Mary (WISE/WEISS) Byrd; was two years old when father died; made trips to CA in 1848 and 1851; early life spent in Arkansas; hired out as driver for his Arkansas neighbor, Rev. Josephus Cornwall, who was emigrating to OR; settled Marion Co, buried City View Cemetery, Salem, OR

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Alameda Conrad : d/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Alexander P.  (1825-1876): m'd 1850 Sarah Ann (Unknown)

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Arthur : s/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell; served under General John Fremont in southern CA during the Mexican War and spent the remainder of his life at San Juan, CA

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Barclay D. (1833- ): s/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell; listed twice in the 1850 census; once in Marion county in June and later in Sept in Linn county; traveled with widowed mother; took Southern Route; spent most of his years as a miner, lived at Stockton, CA

SR: *4:CALDWELL, Calohill : served with General John Fremont in southern CA during the Mexican War; died at Burns, OR

*4: CALDWELL, Elizabeth  (1831- ): d/o Ronald Caldwell

SR: *4:CALDWELL, Emma  (1841- ): d/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell

*4: CALDWELL, George : s/o Ronald Caldwell

*4: CALDWELL, Joseph : s/o Ronald Caldwell

*4:CALDWELL, Laura  (1844- ): d/o Ronald Caldwell

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Laurilla Jane  (1829-1894): m'd 1847 RAMSDELL, Thomas Manly; d/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell; divorced from husband in 1883 Benton Co; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Marion Co, OR; traveled with widowed mother; took Southern Route; twin of Liona

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Liona Agnes  (1829-1895): m'd 1847 HOLT, Thomas; d/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell; settled in Marion County; took traveled with widowed mother; Southern Route; twin of Laurilla

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Mary  (c1837-1846): d/o Barclay and Margaret (Farrar) Caldwell; died on trail; traveled with widowed mother; took Southern Route

SR: *4: CALDWELL, Mayberry G.  (1838-1915): m'd [ ], Florence Elizabeth; spent some time in the mines of Southern Oregon but for most part lived in Jefferson, Marion Co, OR; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Marion Co, OR; traveled with widowed mother; took Southern Route

CALDWELL, Richard S.  (c1824- ):

*4: CALDWELL, Ronald S. :

*4: CALDWELL, Mrs. Ronald S. :

William and David CAMPBELL RESEARCHER:
SR: CAMPBELL, Dabney Finley (1842- ): m'd BAKER, Martha; s/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell; Settled in Marion Co.

*6: CAMPBELL, David (1825-1912):  m'd 1849 WHISMAN, Mary King; s/o William and Agnes (Hancock) Campbell; cut off for CA; settled in Santa Clara County, CA

SR: CAMPBELL, David Rice (1840-1904): m'd MORRIS, Ann Mrs.; s/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell; Settled in Marion Co.; buried Condit Cemetery

SR: CAMPBELL, Elizabeth H. (1837-1883): m'd KEENE, David Madison Rev.; d/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell

SR: CAMPBELL, James (1807-1873): m1. c1831 FINLEY, Margaret Almira; m2. 1847 [], Nancy H. who he divorced and later remarried; Settled in Marion Co; 1859 moved to Puget Sound; 1866 returned to Salem; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery

SR: CAMPBELL, Margaret Ann (1833-1893): m'd 1848 BRIDGES, John Harrison; d/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell; settled in Marion Co

SR: CAMPBELL, Mary ( -1846): d/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell; died on trail

*6: CAMPBELL, Sarah: m'd FINLEY, Asa Wallace; went to CA; d/o William and Agnes (Hancock) Campbell

SR: CAMPBELL, Sarah Jane (1835- ): m'd 1856 DENNY, Allen Wiley; d/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell; Denny family became pioneer settlers in Seattle area

SR: CAMPBELL, Virginia (1844-1934): m1. MCKINNEY, Edward E. m2. CONDIT, Samuel J.; d/o James and Margaret (Finley) Campbell; (note: sources vary on whether Virginia married McKinney first or second)

*6: CAMPBELL, William (1793-1885): m1. MCNARY, Sarah; m2. HANCOCK, Agnes; m3. MCCUTCHEON, Keziah; m4. Sherwood CAIN, Louisa; went to CA where he settled in the Santa Clara, CA area 

CANLO, T.:

*12: CAREY, Abijah (1820-1883): m'd 1839 WOODCOCK, Sophia W/M.

*12: CAREY, Aseneth (1841- ): d/o Abijah and Sophia (Woodcock) Carey

*12: CAREY, Elias (1842- ): m'd PATTERSON, Sarah J.; s/o Abijah and Sophia (Woodcock) Carey

*5: CAREY, John C. (1821- ): m'd 1846 COX, Sarah

*3: CAREY, Miles: at Chimey Rock, overcome with homesickness, he stole a horse from John Rogers McBride and joined an east bound party.  His family later paid McBride for the horse.

*12: CAREY, Richard W. (1843- ): m'd WOLFARD, Amelia; s/o Abijah and Sophia (Woodcock) Carey

CARLIN, John (1820- ): m'd 1850 GARRISON, Martha E.

*4: CARNAHAN, Hiram (1820-1896): m'd 1849 [], Mary Ellen

CARPENTER, W.M. Dr.:

CARRIGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*12: CARRIGER, Child #1 (1843- ): c/o Nicholas and Mary (Wardlow) Carriger

*12: CARRIGER, Child #2 (1845- ): c/o Nicholas and Mary (Wardlow) Carriger

*12: CARRIGER, Child #3 Dau (1846- ): c/o Nicholas and Mary (Wardlow) Carriger; born 26 Sep 1846 on trail same day grandfather died

*12: CARRIGER, Christian ( -1846): died on the trail 26 Sep 1846 (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

*12: CARRIGER, Christian Mrs.:

*12: CARRIGER, Daniel:

*12: CARRIGER, Nicholas (1816-1885): m'd 1842 WARDLOW, Mary Ann; s/o of Christian Carriger (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

*4: CARTER, George H.: younger brother of Tolbert Carter

CARTER, S. W.: Settled in Marion Co.

CARTER, Smiley (1827-1881): buried in North Palestine Cemetery, Benton Co, OR.

SR: *4: CARTER, Tolbert (1825-1899): m'd 1850 BELIEU, Martha Angeline; *1 Accessions: Sketch of Pioneer Days by Tolbert Carter, a pioneer of 1846. Typewritten MS--donated by a son, J.A. Carter; settled Polk Co; elected State Representative from Benton Co in 1878 and 1882; joint senator from Benton and Lincoln counties from 1895-1899; buried in North Palestine Cemetery, Benton Co, OR.

SR: CHALLINOR, Rachel: m'd CHALLINOR, []

CHAMBERLAIN, John:

CHAMBERS, James W. (1817- ): m'd 1845 [], Mary

*4: CHAMBERS, John N. (1821- ): m'd 1848 [], Eliza Jane; settled Polk Co

*4: CHAMBERS, Mary ( -1846): d/o John Chambers; died on trail

CHAMP, John W.:

CHAMP, W.:

CHANDLER, Jack: Englishmen who visited OR, sailed to Hawaii and returned by the Isthmus to NY (notes p. 744 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

CHANDLER, William: Englishmen who visited OR, sailed to Hawaii and returned by the Isthmus to NY (notes p. 744 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*1: CHILES, Joseph B.: emigrant of 1841 who traveled the trail yearly for almost a decade

CHISMAN, John:

CHISMAN, Martin ( -1846): died 22 Aug 1846 on trai, buried him in the road near present day Osinol; s/o John Chisman (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

CHURCH, Joseph (1808- ): m'd 1828 [], Mary M.B.

CHURCH, Joseph C/S. (1832- ): m'd 1853 [], Rosanna

CLARK, John:

CLARKE, Sarah ( -1869): m'd MATHERS, James (diary of James Mathers - as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p219-236)

CLAYPOOL, David (1797-1857): m'd 1822 ROOKER, Nancy; father of eleven children; buried Old Pioneer Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CLAYPOOL, Eliza Dunbar (1827 -1897): m'd 1850 WHEELER, Jason; d/o David and Nancy (Rooker) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Elizabeth C. (1840-1862): d/o David and Nancy (Rooker) Claypool; buried Old Pioneer Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CLAYPOOL, Samuel R. (1836-1908): m'd c1855 CRABTREE, America; s/o David and Nancy (Rooker) Claypool; buried Lebanon IOOF Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CLAYPOOL, William S. (1827- ): m'd 1851 [], Catherine

CLINE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CLINE, George (1799- ): m1. ; m2. ; m3. 1839 OLIVER, Jane

CLINE, George W.: m'd SMITH, Nellie

CLOZPORE, J.H. (1838- ):

CLUSE, James:

CLYMER, Henry Vance (1824- ): m'd 1851 JOHNSON, Mary

COATS, John ( -1876): early settler of Douglas Co

COFFENBERRY, George W. (1814- ): m'd 1835 [], Sarah F.

COFFENBERRY, Susanna (1804-1888): m'd 1825 COX, Gideon S.

COGSWELL, John (1821-1917): may have been emigrant of 1845

COLLINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, David Crocket (1845-1875): s/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, Douglas Wyatt: s/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, Eliza Melvina (1836- ): m'd SHAW, William P.; d/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, Francis Marion "Frank" (1834- ): m'd 1859 GILLIAM, Martha Elizabeth; s/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, George Smith (1840-1846): s/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins; killed in fall from wagon, wagon wheels ran over his head killing him instantly 03 Aug 1846 (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, James Layton (1831- ): m1. 1861 WHITEAKER, Mary; m2. KIMES, Mary E.; s/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins; 1855 was reporter in state legislature; member of regiment of Col. Cornelius in Yakima wars of 1856; 1859 admitted to practice of law at the Dalles; 1864 chief clerk of the house of representatives

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, Jane Eliza: m'd 1847 NEALY, Matthew M.; d/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, Smith (1804-1872): m'd 1830 WYATT, Emily Eliza; 1828 to MO; settled Polk Co

SR: *5: *4: COLLINS, William Wallace (1843- ): m'd FUQUA, Letitia; s/o Smith and Eliza (Wyatt) Collins

COLVER, David (1798-1874): m'd 1850 [], Elizabeth; settled in Marion Co

CONE, Anson Sterling (1827-1914): m'd [], Sara A.; wife was widow of Anson's brother, Oliver; settled in Marion Co;

CONNELL, William

*12: COOK, David W.:

*12: COOK, Samuel Y. (1823- ): m'd 1848 [], Martha Ann

COOKE, C.W.:

COOKE, Rebecca: m'd CYRUS, Enoch

COOPER, B.F.:

COOPER, Henry: m'd 1831 [], Jemima; born in Ireland

*3: COOPER, Nancy June (1820- ): m'd SIMPSON, Benjamin Capt. second wife of Capt. Benjamin Simpson; mother of 10 children

CORNWALL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *8: CORNWALL, Angelica: d/o Josephus and Nancy (Hardin) Cornwall

SR: *8: CORNWALL, Elizabeth (1830- ): m'd GEIGER, William Jr.; d/o Josephus and Nancy Cornwall

SR: *8: CORNWALL, George (1839- ): s/o Josephus and Nancy Cornwall

SR: *8: CORNWALL, Joseph H. (1833- ): s/o Josephus and Nancy Cornwall

SR: *8: CORNWALL, Josephus Adamson Rev. (1798-1879): m'd 1828 HARDIN, Nancy; Cumberland Presbyterian minister for 53 years; 1865 moved to Ventura Co, CA; during gold rush his daughter and her family moved in with his and his wife while her husband, William Geiger Jr, went to gold fields

SR: *8: CORNWALL, Laura C. (1844- ): d/o Josephus and Nancy Cornwall

SR: *8: CORNWALL, Narcissa (1837- ): m'd 1856 MOORE, James; d/o Josephus and Nancy Cornwall

COVINGTON, Anna Charlotte (1825- ): m'd COVINGTON, Richard; arrived at Fort Vancouver by ship in 1846

COVINGTON, Richard (1820-1882): m'd [], Anna; brought the first piano to the Pacific Northwest as well as a violin and guitar; both husband and wife worked as teachers at the fort's school; 1848 moved to a residence that today is known as Covington House arrived at Fort Vancouver by ship in 1846

COX FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*5: COX, Diana (1835-1921): m'd 1860 FOSHAY, Wright; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Elias (1823- ): m'd 1851 [], Lucea; s/o Peter and Isabella Cox; went blind

*5: COX, Elizabeth: m'd BOWEN, Joshua; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, George W.: s/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Gideon S. (1806-1890): m'd 1825 COFFENBERRY, Susanna; father of 17 children

*5: COX, Isabella: m'd 1834 COX, Peter; maiden name not known at this time

*5: COX, Jacob: s/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Jane: m'd PENTER, Samuel; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, John T. (c1828- ): m'd 1853 PITMAN, Mary J.; s/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox; *1 Mss# 722; 10 pp typescript reminiscence

*5: COX, Joseph (1826- ): m'd 1851 [], Lonica V.; s/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Julia Ann: m'd JERMAN, James; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Marcilla: m'd 1846 KING, Wilburn; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Margeline: d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Mary: m'd JONES, Stephen; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Permillia (1839-1913): m'd 1859 BOWEN, Peter W.; d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Peter (1802-1876): m'd 1834 [], Isabella

*5: COX, Peter Jackson (1846- ): m'd HADLEY, Christie; s/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Polk: s/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

*5: COX, Samuel S.:

*5: COX, Sarah: m'd 1846 CARY, John C.; d/o Peter and Isabella Cox

*5: COX, Thomas:

*5: COX, Tabitha (1842-1852): d/o Gideon and Susanna (Coffenberry) Cox

CRABTREE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CRABTREE, America (1839-1906): m'd c1855 CLAYPOOL, Samuel R.; buried Lebanon IOOF, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, Fletcher DeLa (1815-1901): m'd 1835 FLANARY, Phoebe; aka Dela Fletcher; buried Franklin Butte Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; the town of Crabtree in Linn County was named for him

CRABTREE, Francis Marion (1846-1921): m'd 1866 PRINE, Louisa E.; s/o Dela and Phoebe (Flanary) Crabtree; buried in Linn Co on parents DLC; was born in Linn county in October 1846 after family's arrival

CRABTREE, James Fletcher (1838-1912): m'd 1881 POWELL, Mary Anne; s/o Dela and Phoebe (Flanary) Crabtree; buried in Palistine Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

CRABTREE, Job Flanary (1840-1865): s/o Dela and Phoebe (Flanary) Crabtree; buried in Linn Co on parents DLC

CRABTREE, John Paton (1842-1871): m'd 1866 CLAYPOOL, Mary; s/o Dela and Phoebe (Flanary) Crabtree; buried in Linn Co on parents DLC

*15: CRAIG, John (1828-1913): m'd 1849 BLONG, Catherine; one of 8 men who cut off for CA and were one of first parties over Sierra in 1846; returned east in 1847

*4: CRISMAN, Richard: young man traveling with Rev. Cornwall

CROISAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *10: CROISAN, J. Henry (1826-1875): m'd 1846 HALL, Mary Ann Desc: jmarshal@tlc.net; distant relation of Morgan and James D. Savage through their step-mother, Charlotte Hassler.

CROIYERS--see CROISAN

CROMWELL, Dau 1: returned east at Ft. Laramie after their mother died

CROMWELL, Dau 2: returned east at Ft. Laramie after their mother died

CROMWELL, Mr. (c1784- ):

CROMWELL, Mrs. ( -1846): died on the Platte, her husband, age about 62, two young daughters and a 12 year old son continued to Ft. Laramie where they sold their wagon, bought mules and returned east

CROMWELL, Son (c1834- ): returned east at Ft. Laramie after his mother died

*4: CROW, Sarah (1815-1885): m'd ZUMWALT, Isaac

CROWLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: CROWLEY, Elizabeth "Betsy" (1804-1879): d/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley

SR: *4: CROWLEY, James (1807-1880): s/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley; died in Tulare City, CA

SR: *4: CROWLEY, John C. (1796-1846): died on trail; s/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Martha Leland (1832-1846): died on trail 18 Oct 1846; d/o Thomas and Catherine (Linville) Crowley; buried on Grave Creek (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Mary "Polly" (1802-1879): d/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Mary Elizabeth: m'd MUNKERS, Benjamin Franklin

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Nancy E. (1838- ): m'd 1854 RUSSELL, George L.; d/o Thomas and Catherine (Linville) Crowley; moved with husband to CA and then on to TX.

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Samuel (1791-1873): s/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Sarah (1791-1873): d/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Sarah: m1. HARTLEY, Mr.; m2. 1856 HAYTER, Washington Lafayette; moved 1865 to Coos county; mother of 15 children

SR: *4: CROWLEY, Thomas McClain (1798-1846): m'd LINVILLE, Catherine; died on trail in "Calapooya Mountains"; s/o John and Elizabeth (McClain) Crowley

SR: *4: CRUMP, Mr. ( -c1864): opened first store in Salem

SR: *4: CRUMP, James Turner (1846-1870): m'd 1869 WILSON, Julia G.; young man of promise; committed suicide a few months after his marriage due to disappointment in not securing a business situation; (Note: listed in various sources as both Jesse T. and James T.)

CRUMP, James Turner (1799- ): m'd c1834 [], Tabitha

SR: *4: CRUMP, Susan:

SR: *4: CRUMP, Tabitha: m'd CRUMP, James Turner; maiden name unknown at this time

SR: *4: CRUMP, William R. (1837- ):

SR: CULVER, Daniel:

CUMMINGS, Stephen C.:

SR: CURRIER, Jacob Manly (1827- ): m1. 1850 FOSTER, Maria; m2. 1863 BUCHANAN, Helena Sarah

SR: *17: *4: CURRIER, Sally Ann ( -1848): m'd 1845 HUMPHREY, Augustus L.

*4: CURRY, George Law (1820-1878): m'd 1848 BOONE, Chloe Donnely; went west for health; arrived via Barlow Road; was editor of Oregon Spectator but was dismissed Jan 1848 and started own paper, Oregon Free Press; governor under Territorial organization;  served in public positions most of life; died 28 Jul 1878 at Oregon City, Clackamas Co. (notes p. 761 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

CUTTING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CUTTING, Charles (1791-1868): m1. HALL, Sarah Reed; m2. 1820 HALL, Abigail; first wife was an older half sister of Charles' second wife; Charles died at Cuttingsville (now called Meadowbrook) in Clackamas Co

CUTTING, Jones:

CYRUS, Enoch: m'd COOKE, Rebecca

DAGLEY, Elizabeth Crowley (1822-1898): m1. 1838 TURNAGE, Joseph Warren; m2.1861 MILLER, Abraham George Jr.; died in Jackson Co, OR

SR: DAVIDSON, Andrew (1812- ): m'd 1846 Owens (GOODRICH), Rachel

DAVIS, A.C.: m'd 29 Nov 1874 BEMAN, Pauline

*5: DAVIS, Albert G. (1828- ): m'd 1851 SMITH, Mary Ann

*5: DAVIS, Cynthia Ann: m'd 1841 PARKER, William; m2. LERWILL, William ( -1872); m3. FORD, D. H.

DAVIS, Eunice: m'd BROCK, George; d/o Joseph and Lucy (Carpenter) Davis

*12: DAVIS, John B.:

*12: DAVIS, Joseph (1812-1877): m'd 31 Jan 1836 CARPENTER, Lucy

*5: DAVIS, Leander (1826-1874):

*5: DAVIS, Levit:

*5: DAVIS, Lucinda ( -1872): m'd BROWN, James; wagon overturned and injured Lucinda badly and one of her children slightly one of  8 men who left June 28 on mules from Ft. Laramie for CA  (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

*5: DAVIS, Philander:

*12: DAVIS, Samuel ( -1875): settled in Yamhill Co; originally emigrant of 1842

*11: DENTON, John ( -1846): Englishman traveling with George Donner family; cutoff for CA; member of Donner Party

*12: DERUSHA, Frederic: also seen as DeRooche; operated on leg of young boy; boy died at end of operation (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

DESKINS, Daniel (1820-1873):

*4: DICE, Elgy C. (1816- ):

DICK, Sarah (1815-1888): m'd BLAKELY, James Capt.

*9: *17: DICKENSON,  Gallant D.: left Russell Train May 22 with 13 wagons; cut off for CA

DOANE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DOANE, Milton (1807- ): m'd HARNESS, Martha; settled in Multnomah Co.; DLC app and most sources says he m'd 1831 HARNESS, Elizabeth

DOANE, Sarah Ann: m'd 1853 HENDRICKSON, Lemuel

SR: *4: DODD, :

*11: DOLAN, Patrick ( -1846): Irishman traveling with Breen family; cut off for CA; member of Donner Party; died in snow

*17: *11: DONNER Family: cut off for CA and were caught a snow storm in the mountains; many members of the party died; the family included *George and *Tamsen (Eustis) Donner and their children--Cumi, Elitha, Eliza P., Frances E., Georgianna, Leanna C.; and *Jacob and *Elizabeth Donner and their children--George, *Isaac, *Lewis, Mary M., and *Samuel. [* died in snow]; George  was a Captain of one of the four divisions of the Russell train (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

DONOVAN, Mary: m'd PUGH, []

DRUMM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: DRUMM, Abner William (1812- ): m'd TRIMBLE, Lydia; family thought to have been part of the Fabritus Smith train;
further research needed to confirm; settled in Benton Co

*3: DRUMM, Cornelia (1841- ): d/o Abner and Lydia (Trimbull) Drumm

*3: DRUMM, Mary (1838- ): d/o Abner and Lydia (Trimbull) Drumm

*3: DRUMM, Rebecca (c1845- ): d/o Abner and Lydia (Trimbull) Drumm

DUNBAR FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *5: *4: DUNBAR, Adalia  (1842- ): d/o Rice and Jane (Brisbin) Dunbar

SR: *5: *4: DUNBAR, Elizabeth A.  (1836- ): d/o Rice and Jane (Brisbin) Dunbar

SR: *5: *4: DUNBAR, Emily  (1840- ): d/o Rice and Jane (Brisbin) Dunbar

SR: *5 *4: DUNBAR, Mary E.: m'd 1847 GOOD, Daniel H.

SR: *5: *4: DUNBAR, Ralph Oregon  (1845- ): m'd 1873 Catherine Ann WHITE; s/o Rice and Jane (Brisbin) Dunbar

SR: *5: *4: DUNBAR, Rice W.  (1802-1870): m'd 1830 Jane Miller BRISBIN; captain of train; settled Marion Co; left Russell train with Oregon bound party  (diary of George McKinstry published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

SR: *5: *4: DUNBAR, William R. (1839- ).: s/o Rice and Jane (Brisbin) Dunbar

*21: DUNLEAVY, James G. T. Rev: Methodist minister who left Russell train with Butterfield and Baker

SR: DURBIN, Perry:

DURHAM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: DURHAM, Elizabeth Francis (1845- ): d/o John and Mary (Ford) Durham

*3: DURHAM, John Newman (1820-1889): m'd 1840 FORD, Mary Ann Melvina; moved around a lot; lived in Yamhill, Polk, Marion, Jackson, and Linn Counties, OR; also lived for a while near Walla Walla, WA; father of 9 more children born in OR; buried in Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR with wife


 
*3: DURHAM, William (1843-1846): died on trail; s/o John and Mary (Ford) Durham

*4: DUSKIN/DUSTIN, :

EADS, Sarah W. (1829-1852): m'd 1846 KIRK, William Riley

EASTBURN, :

*12: EASTON, Redwood:

*12: EASTON, Redwood Mrs. ( -1846): died on trail 21 Jun 1846 buried on the west side of the encampment and north side of the road on the second bank of the river not far from Castle Rock (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

EBERMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
EBERMAN, Crockett: Note-name found as Everman in some records; brother of Ninian Eberman; after emigration went to CA gold mines; journeyed into town for supplies with brother and returned to find remaining members of party had been massacred by indians (see OHSQ Vol II p.180-184)

EBERMAN, Ninian Alkanah (1821-c1895): m'd 1850 [], Emma H.; originally emigrant of 1843, see bio under 1843; appears he may have returned east and emigrated again in 1846

EDINGTON, William: cut off for CA  (notes p. 471 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*11: EDDY, Eleanor ( -1846): m'd EDDY, William H.; cut off for CA; member of Donner party; died in snow; maiden name unknown at this time

*11: EDDY, James ( -1846): s/o William and Eleanor Eddy; cut off for CA; member of Donner party; died in snow

*11: EDDY, Margaret ( -1846): d/o William and Eleanor Eddy; cut off for CA; member of Donner party; died in snow

*11: EDDY, William H.: m'd [], Eleanor; cut off for CA; member of Donner party

*18: EDGAR, John:

EDGAR, Rankin (1844- ): m'd TRACY, Elizabeth A.

*1: EDGINGTON, William:

ELLIOTT, Gardiner:

ELLIOTT, J.:

*5: ELLIOTT, Mary A.: d/o William and Nancy Elliott

*11: ELLIOTT, Milford ( -1846): teamster for Reed; cut off for CA; member of Donner party; died in snow

ELLIOTT, Milton:

ELLIOTT, N.A.:

*5: ELLIOTT, William (1815- ): m'd SCONCE, Nancy

*5: ENSLEY, Elizabeth (1802-1881): m'd 1821 GRIBBLE, John G. 

ESPY, :

EUSTIS, Tamsen ( -1846): m'd DONNER, George; third wife of George Donner; cut off for CA; member of Donner party; died in snow

EWING, Mr.: s/o Dr. Ewing (notes p. 506 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

FANNO FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FANNO, Augustus: m'd 1851 DENNEY, Rebecca Jane; home that was built in 1859 on Hall Blvd in Beaverton, Or area is now a Historic Site; listed in Brazen Overlanders of 1845 as an 1845 emigrant

SR: FARLEY, Emeline "Emily" : m1.  LOVELAND, Simeon; m2. 1865 MARTZ, Samuel A.; living in CA in bay area in 1895

SR: FARLEY, Geddes:

SR: FARLEY, Ira:

SR: FARLEY, Mrs. (mother of Ira)

SR: *4: FARRAR, Margaret: m1. CALDWELL, Barclay; m2. c1847 BATES, James; emigrated to OR after death of husband, took southern route; settled near Jefferson, Marion Co, OR; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

SR: *4: FAULCONER, Ann (1844- ): d/o Absalom and Mary (Graves) Faulconer

SR: *4: FAULCONER, Absalom B. (1816- ): m1.1840 GRAVES, Mary Ann; m2. CUTTING, Mrs. Mary A.

SR: *4: FAULCONER, James (1841- ): s/o Absalom and Mary (Graves) Faulconer

FAY, James D. ( -1879): m1. APPLEGATE, []; m2. YOUNG, Rosa; came to Oregon as an orphan; studied law under A.A. Skinner and Judge Thayer of Corvallis; married daughter of Jesse Applegate, but his politics and conduct being obnoxious to her family, there was unhappiness; had a son by first wife; had a daughter by his second wife; he committed suicide at Empire City in Coos County in 1879

SR: FEICHTER, John (c1822- ):

FERROS. Christiana  (1814-1884): m'd 1836 Milton BROWN

FINE, Delila (1801-1880): m'd  18 Jul 1821 SHRUM, Nicholas; born 06 May 1801 TN and died 22 Nov 1880 Marion Co, OR; d/o Thomas and Amelia Fine; buried Stipp Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

FINLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:     1846 Diary
*6: FINLEY, Asa Wallace: m'd CAMPBELL, Sarah;
Biography

FINLEY, Elizabeth (1845- ): m'd 1850 CRAWFORD, Henry P.; d/o Richard and Polly (Kirk) Finley

*4: FINLEY, Margaret Almira ( -1846): m'd c1831 CAMPBELL, James; died on trail

FINLEY, Richard Chism (1814-1882): m1. 1841 KIRK, Polly Ann; m2. [ ], Eleanor Y.; died at Crawfordsville, Linn Co, Or

FINLEY, Sarah A. (1843- ): m1. 1856 VAWTERS, Cyrus; m2. HAYES, Seth W.; d/o Richard and Polly (Kirk) Finley

FITZHUGH, E.C.:

FLANARY, Phoebe (1819-1900): m'd 1835 CRABTREE, Dela Fletcher; d/o James B. and Rachel H. (Benham) Flanary; buried Franklin Butte Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; per Crabtree researcher Anne Comer at comerslr@halcyon.com

FLEMING, Jesse (1811- ):


*3: FORD, Mary Ann Melvina (1826-1889): m'd 1840 DURHAM, John Newman; buried in Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR with husband

FOSTER, George ( -1846): s/o William and Sarah (Murphy) Foster; cut off for CA; member of Donner party; died in snow

FOSTER, William M.: m'd MURPHY, Sarah; cut off for CA; member of Donner party

*13: FOWLER, [ ] ( -1846): m'd HARGRAVE, John; d/o William Fowler Sr.; sister of William Fowler; died on trail at south end of Salt Lake

*13: FOWLER, William (c1818- ): orginally emigrant of 1843, see that list for additional details; traveled with Harlan party (notes p. 743-44 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

FRAZER, Abner R. (1822- ): m'd 1849 [], Eliza

*4: FRAZIER, Elizabeth (1792-1878): m'd ZUMWALT, Andrew; d/o James Frazier

FRY, Nathan (1834- ): actually emigrant of 1849?

FULKERSON, Mr.:

SR: *4: FULLERTON, Charles P. (1830- ): m'd 1854 LADY, Cornelia M.; orphan who came to Oregon with Virgil Pringle family; settled in Marion Co. (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

GALE, Laurence:

GALE, Waterman:

GARRISON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: GARRISON, Abraham Ellison Rev.(1810-1890): m'd 1828 MILLER, Margaret Ellen

SR: *4: GARRISON, Abraham Henry (1831- ): m'd HOLCOMB, Mary; s/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison

SR: *4: GARRISON, David (1833-1860): m'd 1854 HULL, Julia Ann; s/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison; settled in Polk Co

SR: *4: GARRISON, Enoch (1839-1846): died on plains after falling from wagon; s/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison

SR: *4: GARRISON, John Miller (1845- ): m'd NICHOLS, Mary Ellen; s/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison

SR: *4: GARRISON, Margaret Ellen (1843-1895): m'd MULKEY, Monroe; d/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison

SR: *4: GARRISON, Martha Jane (1836-1925): m1. 1851 FORD, Ephraim; m2. 1865 OLDS, Aaron Knight; d/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison.  "Mrs. M.J. Olds Succumbs At McMinneville--One of Founders of College and Baptist Church Resident on Donation Land Claim McMinneville, Or.,Sept 24— (Special.)—Mrs. M.J. Olds, 88, a pioneer of Oregon in 1846, died here this morning after an illness of more than a year. Funeral services will be held in McMinnvllle Saturday afternoon and interment will follow in the Masonic cemetery. For 79 years Mrs. Olds has been a resident of the donation land claim taken by her father when the latter came from Missouri to the west by ox team..  Pioneer of 1846 Dies--Mrs. Olds was first married when 14 years old to Ephriam Ford. Following his death she married Dr. Aaron Olds and with her second husband was instrumental in the founding of McMinnville college and the Baptist church in this city. She was active in the cause of equal suffrage, working with Abigail Scott Duniway and Susan R. Laughary.  Mrs. Olds cooked her first wedding dinner in a Dutch oven now the property of the Oregon Historical association.  Four children survive: Mrs. Mary A. Booth, McMinnville; A. K. Olds, McMinnville; Mrs. Eva M. Ford, Portland, and Dr. Nettie Haight Stingle of Hermosa Beach, Cal. [Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, September 25, 1925 p.11]

SR: *4: GARRISON, Mary Ann (1841-1914): m'd LADD, James Lindsey; d/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison

SR: *4: GARRISON, Melissa Scranton (1850-1921): m'd COCHRAN, James Alfred; d/o Abraham and Margaret (Miller) Garrison

GEDDES, :

*18: GEER, Frederick W. (1817- ): m'd 17 Jul 1841 PRENTIS, Mary Ann; s/o Joseph and Mary (Johnson) Geer; settled on west bank of Willamette opposite present day Butteville

SR: GILLIAM, Elizabeth: d/o Robert and Julia (Chance) Gilliam

SR: GILLIAM, Robert: m'd CHANCE, Julia Ann

*4: GOOD, Daniel H. (1818-1871): m'd 1847 DUNBAR Mary E.; settled Clackamas Co

GOODE, John B.: got into argument with Jesse Quinn Thornton over partnership in the wagon.  Oregon party was asked to leave Russell train rather than deal with future problems.  20 wagons left and moved ahead. (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

SR: GOODRICH, Rachel: m1. OWENS, Mr.; m2. DAVIDSON, Andrew; traveling with second husband

*4: GORDON, Harvey (1828-1862): m'd 1855 STRATTON, Sarah Victoria; s/o Hugh Gordon; spent several years in OR before joining the rush for gold in CA; returned to OR; 1853 was land surveyor; designed the Oregon state seal; 1862 ran for state printer and was elected but died before taking office

*9: *17: GORDON, Joseph: left Russell train May 22 with 13 wagons; cut off for CA

GRAVES, Charles B. (1824-1892): m'd 1851 BURNETT, Mary H.

*11: GRAVES family: cut off for CA with ill-fated Donner party; family included *Franklin and *Elizabeth Graves and their children-- Eleanor, Elizabeth, *Franklin Jr., Jonathan B., Lavina, Mary Ann, Nancy, Sarah, William C. [*died in snow]

SR: *4: GRAVES, Mary Ann ( -1854): m'd 1840 FAULCONER, Absalom B.; died on claim 27 Aug 1854 leaving four children

GRAYSON, Mr: cut off for CA  (notes p. 488 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

GREGG, Riley Capt.: (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

*12: GREEN, Judson:

GREENWOOD, Mr: pilot for Gregg train

GRIBBLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*5: GRIBBLE, Andrew Ensley (1822-1879): m'd 1851 RIGGS, Nancy Ann; s/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, Hannah Ann (1830-1907): m'd FISH, Albert H.; d/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, James K. Polk (1844-1925): m'd IRVIN, Mary Elizabeth; s/o John and Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, John G. (1799-1869): m'd 1821 ENSLEY, Elizabeth; s/o John and Margaret (Black) Gribble; settled near Canby, Clackamas Co.; buried in Gribble Cemetery, near Canby, OR

*5: GRIBBLE, Joseph F. (1834-1885):  m'd FISHER, Unicy F.; s/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, Nancy Ann (1839-1865): m'd WYLAND, Daniel; d/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, Samuel Oliver (1832-1914 ): m'd REASONER, Erma T.; s/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, Sarah Talitha (1841-1876): m'd CLOWSER, Isaac; d/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*5: GRIBBLE, William B. (1837-1874): m'd KLINGER, Matilda; s/o John and  Elizabeth (Ensley) Gribble

*12: GRIGGERY, Eli ( -1846): died on trail 18 Jun 1846; diagnosed with heart problems although he was apparently a fairly young man (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

SR: *4: GUTHRIE, David Monroe (1824-1914): m1. 1851 DAVIDSON, Mary Ellen; m2. MILLER, Martha Emeline; buried Dallas Cemetery, Polk Co

Reason HALL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *10: HALL, Abigail (1799-c1874): m'd 1820 CUTTING, Charles; died at Cuttingsville (now called Meadowbrook), Clackamas Co [per Cutting Family Researcher] SR: *10: HALL, Eliza I. R.: m'd SAVAGE, James D.; possible dau of Reason B. Hall; said to have been a cousin of her husband which has been unproven; died in childbirth in the Sierras; most reports stated that the baby died but a letter by William Boggs, who was there, stated that the baby was taken by a family named Quivey and raised in San Jose.

SR: *10: HALL, Edward: C. (1841- ): m'd LEASURE, Margaret L.; s/o Reason and Martha (Wright) Hall

SR: HALL, Henry:

SR: *10: HALL, Mary Ann: m'd 1846 CROISAN, J. Henry; married in same ceremony as Morgan Savage/Frances Ann Brisbin; said to have been cousins of the Savages, as yet unproven.

SR: *10: HALL, Reason B. (1794-1869): m'd 1822 WRIGHT, Martha; to 1802 to KY; 1811 to IN; settled at Buena Vista

SR: *10: HALL, Reuben (1846- ): twin of William, born on trail; s/o Reason and Martha (Wright) Hall

SR: *10: HALL, Sarah: m'd SMITH, Joseph; d/o Reason and Martha (Wright) Hall

SR: *10: HALL, William (1846- ): twin of Reuben, born on trail; s/o Reason and Martha (Wright) Hall

*11: HALLORAN, Luke ( -1846): invalid taken in by George Donner at Fort Bridger; died at the south end of the Great Salt Lake

HAMMOND, John:

HANDLEY, Sarah (c1776 -1846): m'd KEYES, Humphrey; mother-in-law of James F. Reed; had been blind and deaf for some time; died May 29 at Alcove Spring and was buried under a tree near camp

*11: HARDCOOP, Mr.: traveling with Keseberg who left him to die on the Humboldt River

*8: HARDIN, Nancy: m'd 1828 CORNWALL, Josephus; per Cornwall Family Researcher, Charles Cornwall at cornwall@uidaho.edu

*13: HARGRAVE, John: m'd FOWLER, [ ]  (notes p. 743-44 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*20: HARLAN, George: cutoff for CA

HARNESS, Elizabeth: m'd 1831 DOANE, Milton

HARPER, Andrus (1794- ): m'd 1826 [], Eliza; settled on Tualatin Plains; arrived with wife and 10 children; stepson of Horace Parsons who may have come in 1849; per George Williams at rlkgcw@e-z.net

HART, Horace:

HATTON, Jane (1819- ): m'd BAKER, Horace; settled in Clackamas Co.

HATTON, Mark (1821- ): m1. 1845 [], Martha; m2. c1850 [], Mary Jane settled in Clackamas Co.

HATTON, Martha ( -1849): m'd 1845 HATTON, Mark; died on claim May 1849

*3: HAVEN, Julia Ann: m'd SIMPSON, David

HEATH, J.J.:

SR: $4: HENDERSON, J. J. (1842- ): m'd VanBUSKIRK, Lucinda

SR: *4: HENDERSON, Lucy Ann (1835- ): m'd 1852 DEADY, Matthew P.; d/o Robert and Rhoda (Holman) Henderson

SR: *4: HENDERSON, Mary E.: m1. STONE, Edwin; m2. MURCH, George; d/o Robert and Rhoda (Holman) Henderson

SR: *4: HENDERSON, Olive (1846- ): m'd FAILING, [ ]; born on trail; d/o Robert and Rhoda (Holman) Henderson

SR: *4: HENDERSON, Robert (1808-1890): m'd 1834 HOLMAN, Rhoda Carpenter; 1817 to KY; 1834 to MO where he was farmer and stockman; settled Yamhill Co.

SR: *4: HENDERSON, Salita Jane "Lettie" ( -1846): d/o Robert and Rhoda (Holman) Henderson; died on trail after she drank a bottle of laudanum

SR: *4: HENDERSON, Sarah ( -1849): m'd 1835 LANCEFIELD, Robert James; died on claim 18 Jul 1849

*11: HERREN, Walter: teamster for Reed; member of Donner party; settled in CA

HIBBERT, William:

SR: HICKLIN, Child 1:

SR: HICKLIN, Child 2:

SR: HICKLIN, Mr.

SR: HICKLIN, Mrs.

CA: *17:  *24:  HICKLIN, Sonora (1826- ): m'd c1846 BOGGS, William

HICKS, R. D.:

HINTON, Joseph Warren (1835- ): s/o Roland and Elizabeth (Brammel) Hinton

HINTON, Martha (1838- ): m'd BURNETT, John; d/o Roland and Elizabeth (Brammel) Hinton

HINTON, Roland Burke (1811-1888): m'd 1833 BRAMMEL, Elizabeth Eunice

HINTON, Thompson Douglas (1840- ): m'd 1865 BARCLAY, Margaret s/o Roland and Elizabeth (Brammel) Hinton; settled in Benton Co

HINTON, Wesley (1837- ): m'd [], Sarah; s/o Roland and Elizabeth (Brammel) Hinton; settled in Benton Co

HINTON, William Clayton (1834- ): s/o Roland and Elizabeth (Brammel) Hinton;

HOLDER, Mr.: one of  8 men who left June 28 on mules from Ft. Laramie for CA  (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

*4: HOLMAN, James Duval (1814-1882): m'd SUMMERS, Rachael Hixson; s/o John and Elizabeth (Duval) Holman; father was an emigrant of 1843

*4: HOLMAN, Rhoda Carpenter (1815- ): m'd 1834 HENDERSON, Robert; d/o John and Elizabeth (Duval) Holman; father was an emigrant of 1843

HOOK, Solomon E.: stepson of Jacob Donner; member of Donner Party

HOOK, William ( -1846): stepson of Jacob Donner; member of Donner Party; died in snow

SR: HOOVER, Martin ( -1846): died on trail

HOWARD, Cynthia (1810-1877): m'd 1828 HOWARD, Richard R.; maiden name not known at this time

HOWARD, Francis T. (1830- ): m'd 1851 [], Ann A.

HOWARD, James:

HOWARD, John Rev.: m'd 1854 WINGFIELD, Jane E.; s/o Richard and Cynthia Howard

HOWARD, Neil M. Lt.: was in US Navy sent to report on region in 1846

HOWARD, Richard R. (1797- ): m'd 1828 [], Cynthia

HOWARD, Thomas F.:

HOYT, Richard Capt.:

HUDSON, W. P.:

SR: *17: *4: HUMPHREY, Augustus L. (1796- ): m'd 1845 CURRIER, Sally Ann

HUNSAKER, Araminta: d/o Jacob and Emily (Collins) Hunsaker

HUNSAKER, Horton: s/o Jacob and Emily (Collins) Hunsaker; died of diphtheria

HUNSAKER, Jacob T. (1818- ): m'd COLLINS, Emily

HUNSAKER, Joseph L.:

HUNSAKER, Marianne: m'd EDWARDS, A.C.; d/o Jacob and Emily (Collins) Hunsaker

HUNT, Henry H.: emigrant of 1844

INGRAM, James Wilson II: m'd AKIN, Ritta Ann; emigrated to Oregon in 1846 with a group of trappers, returned home to Washington Co, Arkansas and brought his family out in 1852

ISH, Calvin W. (1817- ): m'd 1844 [], Cynthia Ann

ISH, Cynthia Ann ( -1851): m'd 1844 ISH, Calvin W.; maiden name not known at this time; died 22 Jun 1851 leaving 3 children; 2 of children were dead by 1855.

*4: JACOBS, Mr.:  s/o John I. Jacobs; Captain of one of the 4 divisions of the Russell train;  one of  8 men who left June 28 on mules from Ft. Laramie for CA  (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

*11: JAMES, Noah: teamster for one of Donner families; member of Donner Party

*21: JEFFERSON, T.H.: made a map of the trail that was later reclaimed as one of the best

SR: *4: JENKINS, Stephen Rev. (1821- ): m'd 1850 BROWN, Sarah

JESSUP, Ruth (1823-1895): m'd PUGH, Francis A.

JOHNSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JOHNSON, Jacob (1828- ): m'd LEE, Martha Jane

JONES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: JONES, John Jackson (1841-1920): m'd WHITE, Rachael Martha; s/o William and Emeranda (Kimsey) Jones

CA: *1: Nathaniel JONES:  bought 372 from his friend, Elam Brown, for $100; was the first sheriff of Contra Costa county, CA

*3: JONES, Samuel S. (1838-1912): m'd DRAPER, Lucinda; s/o William and Emeranda (Kimsey) Jones

*3: JONES, William S. (1818-1890): m'd 1838 KIMSEY, Emeranda; settled in Lane Co.

JONES, William T. (1819- ): m'd MEADER, Elizabeth

KEENEY, Eli F. (1845-1938): s/o Jonathan and Mary (Shoemaker) Keeney

KEENEY, Elias (1828- ): m1. 1850 HYATT, Margaret Jane; m2. 1860 VANWINKLE, Lucinda; m3. NOFFSINGER, Matilda Lee; returned to Holt Co, Mo in 1850 to sell property and bring his widowed mother back to Oregon; was Capt of train returning in 1851

KEENEY, George W. (1841-1862): never married; s/o Jonathan and Mary (Shoemaker) Keeney

KEENEY, James Blanden (1838-1911): m'd SWANK, Susan; s/o Jonathan and Mary (Shoemaker) Keeney

KEENEY, Jonathan (1813-1878): m'd Jul 1837 SHOEMAKER, Mary Catherine; Jonathan was born 27 Apr 1813 Fayette County, Indiana and died 15 Aug 1878 of an accidental gunshot near his home at Willow Creek, Baker Co, OR; buried in Dell Cemetery, near Jamieson, Baker Co, OR; joined Sublette Expedition in 1831, was in the American Fur Company under Jim Bridger

*14: KEITHLY, William:

KELLOGG, Benjamin Franklin E. (1822- ): cut off for CA (notes p. 471,755-56 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

KELLOGG, Florentine (1816- ): m'd WILLIAMS, Rebecca Jane; cut off for CA; traveled with wife and three children (Angeline, Philander and Jane)  (notes p. 747 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

SR: KENDLE, Dr:

SR: *4: KENNEDY, Child1: d/o Ezekiel and Fanny (Thurston) Kennedy

SR: *4: KENNEDY, Child2: d/o Ezekiel and Fanny (Thurston) Kennedy

SR: *4: KENNEDY, Child3: d/o Ezekiel and Fanny (Thurston) Kennedy

SR: *4: KENNEDY, Child4: d/o Ezekiel and Fanny (Thurston) Kennedy

SR: *4: KENNEDY, Ezekiel (1789-1869): m'd 1817 THURSTON, Fanny; built state house in 1817 in Frankfort, KY; 1834 to MO; settled in Yamhill Co; spent later years in Polk Co

*4: KENT, Lucinda (1817-1853): m1. ZUMWALT, Solomon; m2.  ZUMWALT, John M.

*11: KESEBERG, Ada ( -1846): s/o Lewis and Phillipine Keseberg; member of Donner Party; died in snow

*11: KESEBERG, Lewis: m'd [], Phillipine; member of Donner Party

*11: KESEBERG, Lewis Jr.: s/o Lewis and Phillipine Keseberg; member of Donner Party; died in snow

*11: KESEBERG, Phillipine: m'd KESEBERG, Lewis; member of Donner Party; maiden name not known at this time

KETCHUM, Frederic: emigrant of 1845

KEYES, Gersham: s/o Humphrey and Sarah (Handley) Keyes; father died in 1833, 13 years prior to emigration of family to CA

KEYES, James W.: s/o Humphrey and Sarah (Handley) Keyes; father died in 1833, 13 years prior to emigration of family to CA

KEYES, Margaret Willson ( -1861): m1. BACKENSTOE, []; m2. 1835 REED, James; d/o Humphrey and Sarah (Handley) Keyes; father died in 1833, 13 years prior to emigration of family to CA; member of Donner Party

KIMSEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: KIMSEY, Alvis (1816-1865): m1. SIMPSON, Cassia; m2. 1848 FULKERSON, Elisabeth; took route to CA but came to OR later; settled in Yamhill Co; s/o Samuel and Rachael (Townsend) Kimsey

*3: KIMSEY, Anson (1824- ): m'd 1853 BAYLEY, Elizabeth; s/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey; Settled in Polk Co.; went to CA first

*3: KIMSEY, Dock (1830- ):

*3: KIMSEY, Emeranda (1818- ): m'd JONES, William S.; d/o Samuel and Rachael (Townsend) Kimsey

*3: KIMSEY, Hilah "Hiley" (1810- ): m'd SMITH, Absalom

*3: KIMSEY, Hulda (1814- ): m'd WILSON, John M.

*3: KIMSEY, Mary "Polly" (1797-1858): m'd 1813 SIMPSON, William; Settled in Marion Co.

*3: KIMSEY, Thomas L. (1823- ): m'd ZACHARY, Jane; s/o Samuel and Rachael (Townsend) Kimsey; took route to CA but came to OR later

KING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KING, Isaac (1819-1866): m'd VAN BEBBER, Almeda Jane; "on November 22, 1866, Isaac King, one of the first to take up residence in King's Valley, came to his death under very singular and sad circumstances.  This old gentleman and his sons went out on a hunting expedition in the morning, the father taking his pistol-five shooter.  Upon returning Mr. King stopped at the barn, while the boys went into the house.  One of them looked back, saw his father aiming at a stake, and hearing the report of the pistor, supposed the old gentleman was trying the same at a mark.  Two shots were fired.  Sometime after, the mother having occasion to visit the barn found her husband lying on the ground, dead, the bullet entered under the chin and came out the head, while his whiskers which were heavy were not powder burned.  Three charges remained in the pistol, but all the caps had been snapped.  Mr. King was between forty and fifty years of age, in good circumstances, and left a widow and eight children."[Pioneers of Benton County by David Fagan]

*5: *14: KING, Wilburn (1822- ): m'd 1846 COX, Marcilla; settled in Marion Co.

KIRK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KIRK, Alexander (1805-1877): m'd 1826 SWEETEN, Sarah; settled in Linn Co

KIRK, Thomas Jefferson (1839-1910): m'd 1860 COYLE, Ann; s/o Alexander and Sarah (Sweeten) Kirk

KIRK, William Riley (1826-1901): m'd 1846 EADS, Sarah W.; s/o Alexander and Sarah (Sweeten) Kirk

SR: *4: KIRKENDALL, Miss: d/o James Kirkendall

SR: *4: KIRKENDALL, James A. ( -1846): died on Applegate Trail in Nov

SR: *4: KIRKENDALL, James Mrs. (-1846): died on plains

SR: *4: KIRKENDALL, William: s/o James Kirkendall?

KNIGHT, Thomas:

KNOTTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KNOTTS, Caroline (1845-1924): m'd CORNELIUS, []; d/o William and Sylvia Knotts

KNOTTS, Justina (1838-1917): m'd 1853 NEWTON, Norris Peter

KNOTTS, William (1805-1855): m1. BARRETT, Margaret M.; m2. WILSEY, Sylvia; see 1845; the William Knotts family started their emigration in 1845, wintered over and completed their journey in 1846

KNOWLAND, Henry:

*15: LADD, John Wesley (1813- ):

SR: *4: LANCEFIELD, A.R.:

SR: *4: LANCEFIELD, Albert J. (1817- ): m1. 1835 HENDERSON, Sarah; m2. 1850 MULKEY, Sarah; m3. 1863 ALLEN, Eliza

SR: *4: LANCEFIELD, Robert James (1817- ): m1. 1835 HENDERSON, Sarah; m2. 1850 [], Sarah; settled in Yamhill Co; Robert and Isaac Leabo contructed dugout canoes to transport their families via the Willamette River from Eugene to Salem; buried Amity Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

LAWTON, George Crawford (1824-1853): m'd 1848 HALL, Florinda Davidson; settled in Marion Co

LAYSON, Andrew (1825- ): m'd 1852 [], Mary E.; settled in Yamhill Co

LEABO FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: LEABO, Hannah Margaret (1841-1914): d/o Isaac and Mary (Lewis) Leabo

SR: *4: LEABO, Isaac (1815-1899): m'd 1836 LEWIS, Mary May "Polly"; settled in Marion Co; brother of James Roland Leabo; Isaac and Robert Lancefield constructed dugout canoes to transport their families via the Willamette River from Eugene to Salem

SR: *4: LEABO, Isaac Jasper (1845-1926): s/o Isaac and Mary (Lewis) Leabo

SR: *4: LEABO, James Roland (1823- ): m'd 1851 LEE, Emily Armine; settled in Clackamas Co.; brother of Isaac Leabo; served as a volunteer in the Cayuse Indian War; died in Portland, OR

SR: *4: LEABO, John James (1843-1913): s/o Isaac and Mary (Lewis) Leabo

SR: *4: LEABO, Noah Jasper (1838-1908): s/o Isaac and Mary (Lewis) Leabo

LEAVITT, D. G. W.: cut off for CA  (notes p. 488 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

SR: *4: LEE, Wilson (1822- ): m'd 1846 WOOD, Abigail "on Platte River on road to Ore".

LESLIE, J.M.:

LEWIS, C.: Settled in Linn Co.

*12: LEWIS, John:

*4: LEWIS, Mary "Polly": m'd LEABO, Isaac

LEWIS, William ( -1846): died on trail July 14, 1846, buried him in the road near Goose Creek; s/o John Lewis (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)  

LIGGETT, Thomas:

LINKLETTER, Thomas:

LINVILLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
NOTE: Robert McCaleb recommends the book "A Second Visit With The Linvilles, US/CAN 926.273L658ea LCCCN 76-19130

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Catherine "Aunt Katy": m1. 1820 CROWLEY, Thomas McClain; m2. 1848 FULKERSON, James Monroe; buried in Etna Cemetery, Rickreal, Polk Co, OR

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Cordelia (1843- ): d/o Harrison and Nancy (Bounds) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Hannah Jane (1845-1936): m'd RICHARSON, Abion J.; d/o Harrison and Nancy (Bounds) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Harriet Irene (1839- ): m1. LINVILLE, John Brown; m2. BOWERS, Linville; m3. ZUMWALT, Henry; d/o Harrison and Nancy (Bounds) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Harrison (1813-1893): m'd 1837 BOUNDS, Nancy; s/o Richard and Molly (Yount) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Joanna (1841- ): d/o Harrison and Nancy (Bounds) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Margaret (1818-1888): m'd VANDERPOOL, Meadors; d/o Richard and Magdaline "Molly" (Yount) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Maria: slave with Linville family

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Mary Elizabeth (1838-1899): m'd DAVIDSON, James Orville; d/o Harrison and Nancy (Bounds) Linville

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Richard (1773/7-1856/7): m'd YOUNT, Magdaline "Molly"; s/o Thomas Linville; wife drowned during emigration; see listing below for further information

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Scott: slave with Linville family

SR: *4: LINVILLE, Vanderpool:

SR: *4: LIPPINGCOTT, Mr.: wounded by poison arrows but recovered; cut off for CA

LOCEY, A.R.T.:

LOGAN, Robert:

*17: *4: LOGUE, Nancy: m'd THORNTON, Jesse Quinn

LONG FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: LONG, Eliza Jane (1835- ): m'd UNDERWOOD, David C.; d/o John and Elizabeth (Williamson) Long

SR: *4: LONG, John (1810-1890): m1. 1830 WILLIAMSON, Elizabeth; m2. 1844 SMITH, Minerva Jane; went to Douglas Co in 1850; settled in Oakland, OR

SR: *4: LONG, Sarah Elizabeth (1845- ): m. 1865 WESTENHISER, C.S.; d/o John and Minerva (Smith) Long

LONG, T. Pope: cut off for CA (notes p. 471 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

SR: *4: LONG, William Alexander (1832- ): unmarried s/o John and Elizabeth (Williamson) Long

LORD, :

LOSON, Andrew (1825- ):

LOVELADY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: LOVELADY, Andrew J. (1839-1927 ): m'd 1863 SANDERS, Mary (1847-1918); s/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Eliza Ann (1837-1892): m'd 1851 MCCARTY, William Rucker (1829-1888); d/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Elizabeth (1800-1846): m'd BOUNDS, John Bird (c1801-1869); died on trail 13 Nov 1846 (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Margaret Amanda (1835-1916 ): m1. 1851 BURNETT, Horace G. (1834-aft 1870); m2. 1877 MCCARTER, Henry; d/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, John L.; s/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady; s/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Mary Francis: d/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Preston W.: s/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Thomas Bounds (1832-c1903 ): m1. WHITLOW, Maria E. (c1842-1877); m2. 1877 RICE, Ruby J. Yocum; s/o Thomas and Amanda (Bounds) Lovelady

SR: *4: LOVELADY, Thomas J. (1806-1890): m'd 1827 BOUNDS, Amanda Mary (1811-1878)

SR: LOVELAND, Simeon: m'd FARLEY, Emeline

SR: *4: LOVELIN, : believed to be LOVELADY listed above

LOWNSDALE, Daniel H. (1803-1862): may be emigrant of 1845

LUCE, John (1800- ): m'd 1849 [], Margaret H.

MACLEAY, William C.:

*3: MACKLIN, William: m'd SIMPSON, Mary Ann; accompanied wife's family to OR 1846

SR: MANSFIELD, D.: Settled in Linn Co.

MARLIN, Henry (1822- ): m'd 1846 [], Emily J.

MARTIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MARTIN, F. (1824- ):

MARTIN, [] (1825-1872): m'd 1846 WILLIAMSON, John; d/o Nathaniel and Mary Martin

*15: MARTIN, William J. Capt.:

MARTIN, William Jennings; settled in Douglas County

MATHERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MATHERS, Carolan: m'd 1846 BURREL, Margaret; s/o James and Sarah (Clarke) Mathers; m'd BURRELL, Margaret

MATHERS, James (1790-1870): m'd CLARKE, Sarah; died 06 Apr 1870 San Luis Obispo, CA (diary of James Mathers - as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p219-236)

MATHERS, Marcellus: s/o James and Sarah (Clarke) Mathers

MATHERS, Sallie M.: m'd 1841 ASHLEY, Otis; d/o James and Sarah (Clarke) Mathers

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Elvira Josephine (1834- ): d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, James Dr. (1802-1875): m'd 1830 MILLER, Mahala; a Campbellite preacher

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, John Rogers (1832- ): m'd 1852 [], Eunice M.; s/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride; later became a US Representative

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Judith W. (1843- ): d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Louisa (1835- ): d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Lucinda (1836- ): m'd 1855 CAPLES, Charles G. Dr.; d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride; settled in Columbia Co *24

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Martha (1831- ): d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Mary Catherine (c1840/44- ): d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride

*3: *23: MCBRIDE, Nancy E. (c1837- ): d/o James and Mahala (Miller) McBride

MCCORD, John:

MCCORMICK, J.:

*11: MCCUTCHEN, Amanda: m'd MCCUTCHEN, William; member of Donner Party

*11: MCCUTCHEN, Harriet: d/o William and Amanda McCutchen; member of Donner Party; died in snow

*11: MCCUTCHEN, William: member of Donner Party

MCDONALD, A. R.: Settled in Linn Co.

MCDONALD, H.:

MCDONALD, Nathaniel Green (1818- ): m'd 1841 MUNKERS, Rebecca Jane

MCDONNELL, William: cut off for CA (notes p. 747 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

MCEWEN, Robert S. (1813- ) m'd 1843 [], Cordelia Rebecca

MCGOWAN, Eleanor:

MCGOWAN, Etta:

MCGOWAN, J. W.:

MCGOWAN, Ruby:

MCGUNIGALE, :

MCKEE, Joel:

MCKINSTRY, George (1810/6-1890): cut off for CA; s/o George and Susan (Hamilton) McKinstry (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

MCNEIL, John (1820-1896): m'd 1850 [], Isabell

MCKISSICK, Mr.: July 10 was left behind, nearly blind with a poor horse.  Next morning his messmate, Mr. Stump, went back to find him and bring him up to the company.  When he couldn't find him the train made encampment to do further search but a few minutes after stopping the old man hove in sight.

*12: MILBURN, Mr.:

*11: MILLER, Hiram O. (1818- ): member of Donner Party

*23: MILLER, Mahala (1811- ): m'd 1830 MCBRIDE, James Dr.

MILLER, Margaret: m1. 1817 ALLEN, Isaac; m2. 1847 BROWN, Elam; buried Martinez Cemetery, CA

*4: MILLER, Margaret Ellen (1813-1870): m'd 1828 GARRISON, Abraham Ellison Rev.

MILLER, Richard N. (1798-1878): m'd 03 May 1821 FULKERSON, Nancy Leeper; Richard was born 03 Apr 1798 Greenbriar Co, VA and died 08 Sep 1878 Yamhill County, Oregon

MILLER, William (1817- ): went to CA in 1848, returned to IL and started west again in 1850

MILORN, Josiah:

*14: Tabitha MOFFATT (1780-1858): m'd Rev. Clark BROWN (1771-1817); was 66 year old widow at time of emigration; a Congregational school teacher in Mass; founded a school in Forest Grove for orphaned children of emigrants crossing the plains (later became Pacific University); buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery

*20: *4: MORIN, Child ( -1846): child of Judge Morin died May 27, 1846 on trail

SR: *20: *4: MORIN, Josiah Judge: elected leader of George Harlan train, cut off for CA

SR: MORIN, Laban (1818-1855): m'd 1849 [], Eleanor

MOORE, John: s/o David and Amy (Vanderpool) Moore

MORRIS, Simeon C.:

MOTLEY, Obediah C. (1807-1868): m'd 1836 ROBINSON, Elizabeth

MULKEY, Wesley: emigrant of 1844

MUNKERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:     Crossing the Plains in 1846 by Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Munkers Estes
*15: *3: MUNKERS, Anna Missouri (1846- ): s/o William and Mahala (Roberts) Munkers; b. 18 May 1846 on trail

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Benjamin Franklin (1799-1885): m'd 1818 CROWLEY, Mary "Polly"; Settled in Marion Co.

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Benjamin Warren (1841- ): s/o William and Mahala (Roberts) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Ira: s/o William and Mahala (Roberts) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Isabella: m'd BOONE, []; d/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, J. M.: Settled in Marion Co.

*15: *3: MUNKERS, James Preston (1842- ): m'd 1863 NEWSOM, Ann M.; s/o William and Mahala (Roberts) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Marion ( -c1849): s/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers; died in CA

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Mary Elizabeth (1836-1915): m1. 1851 DAVIDSON, Albert; m2. 1857 ESTES, John; d/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Preston (1820-1889): m'd 1845 CRANK, Nancy Jane; s/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers; settled in Linn Co.

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Rebecca Jane: m'd MCDONALD, Nathaniel Green; d/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Susan Jane (1845- ): s/o William and Mahala (Roberts) Munkers

*15: *3: MUNKERS, Thomas McLean (1833-1899): m'd CRABTREE, Phoebe Ann; m2. CHRISMAN, Mary Jane; s/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers; settled near Scio, Linn Co, OR 

*15: *3: MUNKERS, William Riley (1823- ): m'd 1839 ROBERTS, Mahala s/o Benjamin and Mary (Crowley) Munkers; settled in Marion Co.

MURCH, George H. (1817- ): m1. 1854 COOPER, Barbara A.; m2. HENDERSON, Mary E.; settled in Lane Co.

*11: MURPHY Family: members of Donner Party included Harriet (m'd William Pike), John (died in snow), Lavina (died in snow), Lemuel B. (died in snow), Mary M., Mr., Sarah (m'd William Foster), Simon P., William G.

*13: MUSGRAVE, Mr.: (notes p. 743-44 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*13: MUSGRAVE, Mr:  m'd FOWLER, Mrs. William (notes p. 743-44 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan) brother of above

*13: MUSGRAVE, Mrs.: m1. FOWLER, William Fowler ; m2. MUSGRAVE, Mr.; mother of William Fowler

NAYLOR, Thomas G. (1814- ): m1. 1840 [], Sarah; m2. 1853 [], Catherine;

SR: NEALY, Mathew M.: emigrant of 1844

SR: *4: NEWTON, Abiathen (1806- ): m'd 1826 [], Rachel; also found listed as Arather Newton; killed by Indians

SR: NEWTON, John ( -1846): m'd [   ], Mary; killed by Indians in the Umpqua area.  Three Indians came into camp and convinced Newton to camp where he was because it was a better spot that any ahead.  They begged something to eat and hung around camp.  Newton, worried about their presence decided to remain awake through the night.  Fatigue took over and he dozed off.  They shot him as he slept and stole his property before leaving him to die.  He died the next day of his wounds.

SR: NEWTON, Mary (1818- ): m1. NEWTON, John ( -1846); m2. 12 Aug 1847 POWERS, Truman; Mary and her children were carried to safety after her husband was killed by Indians in the Umpqua area, and she soon married Truman Powers, another emigrant of 1846, who had participated in a rescue mission. They moved to Astoria where Powers was postmaster for awhile.

SR: *4: NEWTON, Nye:

SR: *4: NEWTON, Peter Norris: m'd 1853 KNOTTS, Justina

SR: *4: NEWTON, Rachel: m'd 1826 NEWTON, Abiathen

SR: NEWTON, Thomas; brother of John

NICHOLS, Franklin: emigrant of 1844

SR: NORRIS, Thomas Cecil (c1829- ):

SR: NORRIS, James D. (1846- ): s/o Thomas and Mary (Boone) Norris; born on trail

NUTTALL, Mr.: one of  8 men who left June 28 on mules from Ft. Laramie for CA  (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

*12: O'DONNELL, Joseph:

*4: O'HARA, Marjorie:

OLIVER, Jane: m'd CLINE, George

OLNEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
OLNEY, Cyrus (1815-1870): m1. 1840 TILLIFSON, Mary; m2. 1849 NEALLY, Sarah E.; died in Astoria, Clatsop Co, OR

SR: *4: OWEN, Mrs.: mother of John Owen

SR: OWENS, Mary Jane (1840- ): d/o Rachel (Goodrich) Owens Davidson

SR: OWENS, Nancy (1844- ): d/o Rachel (Goodrich) Owens Davidson

*5: PARKER, Elizabeth: d/o William and Cynthia (Davis) Parker

*5: PARKER, George: s/o William and Cynthia (Davis) Parker

*5: PARKER, Rosetta: d/o William and Cynthia (Davis) Parker

 PARKER, Stephen A. Douglas: s/o William and Cynthia (Davis) Parker

*5: PARKER, William (1814-1860): m'd 1841 DAVIS, Cynthia Ann

*5: PARKER, William Jr.: s/o William and Cynthia (Davis) Parker

PARKINSON, James:

PARRISH, Rowlando: settled in Linn Co.

*4: PATTON, Mary

*4: PATTON, William:

*4: PAYNE, Sarah Ann (1820-1850): m'd 1839 ALEXANDER, Joseph Charles; settled in Benton Co and is buried at Crystal Lake Cemetery, Corvallis; killed in a wagon accident when the horses took fright and she was thrown from the family wagon and dragged; per Alexander researcher Grayson Alexander at grayglo@hotmail.com

SR: PERKINS, Eli (c1786- ): m'd [ ], Sarah

SR: PERKINS, Sarah (cc1792- ): m'd PERKINS, Eli; maiden name unknown at this time

PHILLIPS, A.

PHILLIPS, Benton (1845- ): s/o Hiram and Polly Phillips

PHILLIPS, Ewell (1835- ): s/o Hiram and Polly Phillips

PHILLIPS, Hiram ( -1849): m'd 1819 (Unknown), Mary "Polly"; died on returning from a trip to CA

PHILLPS, Jay (1839- ): s/o Hiram and Polly Phillips

PHILLPS, John (1831- ): m'd 1850 (Unknown), Rhoda Ann; probably s/o Hiram and Polly Phillips

PHILLIPS, Marion (1832- ): s/o Hiram and Polly Phillips

PHILLIPS, Mary "Polly" (1802- ): m'd 1819 PHILLIPS, Hiram

PHILLIPS, Mary "Polly" (1842- ): d/o Hiram and Polly Phillips

PHILLIPS, William (1827- ): m'd 1848 (Unknown), Charity Mariah; s/o Hiram and Polly Phillips; OHS Accessions: Crossing Plains in 1846. A rythme by William Phillips, a pioneer of that year 32pp

PIETTE, John B.P. ( -1896): m'd [], Francis M.; was living in Champoeg in 1874; died in Vancouver, WA

PIKE, Catherine: d/o William and Harriet (Murphy) Pike; member of Donner Party

PIKE, Naomi L.: d/o William and Harriet (Murphy) Pike: member of Donner Party

PIKE, William M.: m'd MURPHY, Harriet; member of Donner Party; killed in accidental shooting

PIPER, :

*18: POLLARD, Mr.:

POLLEY, Child #1

POLLEY, Child #2

POLLEY, Child #3

POLLEY, Child #4

POLLEY, Henry B.: [], Drusilla

POMEROY, F.F.: m'd CATCHING, Mary

PORTER, James:

PORTER, William:

POWELL, Thomas:

*4: POWERS, Truman P.:

SR: *4: PRATER, Theodore:

*18: PRENTIS, Mary Ann: m'd 17 Jul 1841 GEER, Frederick W.

PRESTON, George C.:

*3: PRICE, Larkin (1824-1910): m'd 1845 SIMPSON, Harriet; settled in Marion Co.; accompanied wife's family to OR 1846 (Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

PRINGLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *14: PRINGLE, Albra Moffett (1834-1876): died in Seattle, WA; s/o Virgil and Pherna (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Charles P. F.:

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Clark Spencer: m'd SAGER, Catherine; s/o Virgil and Pherna (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Ella: m'd YOUNG, C.D.; d/o Virgil and Pherne (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Emma P.: m'd HUGHES, John; d/o Virgil and Pherna (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Octavius M. (1832-1914): m'd 1854 CRAFT, Emaline Malinda; s/o Virgil and Pherna (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Sarelia Lucia (1836- ): m'd NORTHUP, C.H. Rev.; d/o Virgil and Pherna (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Virgil Kellogg ( - 1887): m'd BROWN, Pherna Tabitha

SR: *14: PRINGLE, Virgilia E. (1828-1875): m'd 1847 SMITH, Fabritus R.; d/o Virgil and Pherna (Brown) Pringle

SR: *14: PRINGLE, William:

PUGH, A.: lived for several years in Yamhill Co but afterward settled in Linn Co

PUGH, Adelaide: m'd JACKSON, H.; d/o Jesse and Sarah (Ransom) Pugh

PUGH, Alice: m'd WRIGHT, H.: d/o Jesse and Sarah (Ransom) Pugh

PUGH, Anna: m'd KENDELL, A.M.; d/o Jesse and Sarah (Ransom) Pugh

PUGH, Emma: m'd JENKINS, D.; d/o Jesse and Sarah (Ransom) Pugh

PUGH, Felix M.: s/o Francis and Ruth (Jessup) Pugh

PUGH, Francis A. (1821- ): m'd JESSUP, Ruth;

PUGH, Francis K.: s/o Francis and Ruth (Jessup) Pugh

PUGH, James: s/o Jesse and Sarah (Ransom) Pugh

PUGH, Jesse Washington: m'd RANSON, Sarah;

PUGH, John Jr.:

PUGH, John Mrs. (1791-1872): m'd c1818 PUGH, John; husband was killed several years after marriage leaving her with two small boys; removed to ILL and then to IA and finally to OR

PUGH, John Sr.:

PUGH, John W. (1845- ) m1. 1865 THOMPSON, Frances E.; m2. 1871 Walker, Nancy; s/o Francis and Ruth (Jessup) Pugh

PUGH, Melissa J.: m'd STAFFORD, W.M.; s/o Francis and Ruth (Jessup) Pugh

PUGH, Sarah G.: m'd FROOME, James; s/o Francis and Ruth (Jessup) Pugh

PURDY, Matilda ( -1881): m'd SAVAGE, Towner

PURVIS, Thomas:

SR: *4: PUTNAM, Charles F. (1824- ): m'd APPLEGATE, Rozelle; s/o Joseph and Susan Putnam (notes p. 761 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

PUTNAM, Grayson Buchanan: cut off for CA

SR: *4 PUTNAM, Nathan James  (c1822 -1847): s/o Joseph and Susan Putnam; traveled west for health (notes p. 765 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

QUIVEY, Peter: cut off for CA  (notes p. 471 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

RABBISON, Antonio B.: (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

RAINEY, J.T.: 1851 J.T. and his brother, L.C., bought land where the town of Roseburg was later laid out; they sold the land and moved to the Rogue River country where he settled on a farm

RAINEY, L.C.:

RANSOM, Sarah: m'd PUGH, Jesse W.

READ, Thomas M.:

RECTOR, Elizabeth (1808-1877): m'd 1821 BAKER, John

*17: *11: REED Family: members of Donner Party; included, James, Martha, Thomas K.; accompanied by mother-in-law, Sarah Humphrey Keyes, servants Eliza and Baylis Williams (brother and sister), and hired men, Milford Elliott, James Smith and Walter Herren (diary of James Frazier Reed and Virginia E. B. Reed - as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p274-305)

*17: *11: REINHARDT, Joseph: member of Donner Party; died in snow; said to have been traveling with Spitzer

RICHARDSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*14: RICHARDSON, Aaron: m'd 1822 BROWN, Nancy; buried in Union Flats Cemetery near Pullman, WA; note that Aaron has been listed as both Robinson and Richardson in at least one source

*14: RICHARDSON, Clayton: m1. ADAMS, Nancy (d.1841); m2. 1844 DAUGHTERY, Minerva Jane; Clayton died in Astoria, Clatsop Co,OR

*14: RICHARDSON, Nancy Missouri (1846- ): d/o Aaron and Nancy (Brown) Richardson; born on trail 23 May 1846 (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

RIGGS, Leah: m'd SLAVENS, George: came with the Stewart family

RILEY, William:

*15: *3: ROBERTS, Mahala (1818- ): m'd MUNKERS, William R.

SR: *4: ROBEY,  ( -1846): killed by Klamath Indians 08 Aug 1846

ROBINSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*16: ROBINSON, Elizabeth (1807-1903): m'd 1836 MOTLEY, Obediah C.; d/o John and Margaret (Wilson) Robinson

*16: ROBINSON, John (1792-1878): m'd 1815 WILSON, Margaret Carnahan

*16: ROBISON, Julia Ann (1823-1897): m'd TOWNSEND, David J.

ROGERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ROGERS, Amanda: m'd FENDALL, Charles; d/o Lewis and Nancy (Richards) Rogers

ROGERS, Lewis: m1. RICHARDS, Nancy (5 children); m2. (3 children); m3. (0 children) ; m4. (0 children)

ROOKER, Nancy (1802-1861): m'd CLAYPOOL, David; buried Old Pioneer Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

*19: ROSS, Abarilla (1816- ):  m1. c1837 TRIMBLE, Edward; m2. 1847 POWELL, Thomas

SR: ROSS, Edward (1830- ): black

ROSS, Walter:

*17: RUSSELL, William H. Capt. (1802- 1873): m'd FREELAND, Zanette; served in the Black Hawk War; US Marshall of Dist of Missouri 1841-1845; was elected Capt. of 75 wagons on May 11; at Fort Laramie, Russell resigned his command, traded his wagons for pack mules and left with several friends (Jacobs, Kirkendall, Brown, Curry, Holder, Nutall, Brookey) for California.  They arrived at Sutters Fort Aug 31, one of the first parties over the Sierra in 1846; Secretary of State under Fremont in CA; died in Washington, D.C. 13 Oct 1873

SR: RUTH, Samuel:

SR: *4: SALLEE, Mr. ( -1846): was emigrating for health purposes; health had improved when he was killed by a poisoned arrow in a skirmish with Klamath Indians.

SANDERS, Allen:

SAPPINGTON, :

SAVAGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SAVAGE, Alfred : m'd CONNELLY, Lucretia; s/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SAVAGE, D. E.:

*12: SAVAGE, Eleanor (1825- ): m1. 01 Sep 1844 Mahlon BROCK; m2. 1873 Andrew REYNOLDS; maiden name not known at this time

SAVAGE, Elizabeth: m'd CRAWFORD, John: s/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SAVAGE, Hannah: m'd HOLDERNESS, Samuel; d/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SAVAGE, James D.: m'd HALL, Eliza; brother of Morgan R. Savage, went to Calif.; decided against the Applegate Trail; wife died just after childbirth in the Sierras. Most reports said that baby died but a letter by William Boggs, who was there, says that the baby was taken by a family named Quivey and raised in San Jose.

SAVAGE, John (1826- ): m1. 1850 PRESLEY, Rhoda; m2. 1871 TARRAND, Eleanor; s/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SAVAGE, Lewis: m'd CONNELLY, Minerva; s/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SAVAGE, Lucy: m'd 1848 ANDERSON, James Mechling;came to Oregon with her uncle

SAVAGE, Lyman: m'd STEWART, Matilda; s/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SR: *10:  SAVAGE, Morgan R. (1825-1904): m'd 1846 BRISBIN, Frances Ann; s/o Peter Swinburn and Doritha (Shaunce/Shontz) Savage; brother of James D. Savage; Settled Marion Co

SAVAGE, Oren G.: m1. WALK, Martha; m2. JOHNSON, Loretta; settled Marion Co

SAVAGE, Sarepta: m1. DEHAVEN, Thomas; m2. EDWARDS, Samuel; s/o Towner and Matilda (Purdy) Savage

SAVAGE, Towner (1801-1871): m'd PURDY, Matilda; settled in Marion Co

SR: SCALES, [ ]:

SCOGGIN, J.S.:

*5: SCONCE, Nancy (1815- ): m'd ELLIOTT, William

SCOTT, Felix:

SR: SCOTT, William J.J. (1824-1896): m'd ROBINSON, Surrenea J.; settled Lane Co.  (notes p. 471 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

SETTLE, John ( -1896):

*4: SHAW, Carlos W.: listed in at least one source as Carlos W. Shane (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

SHEDD, Frank: Settled in Linn Co.

SR: SHELBY, [ ]:

SHELTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*4:
SHELTON, Amanda Elvira (1837-1922) m'd CATTRON, Jonathan, lived in Monmouth, OR . d/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON

*4: SHELTON, America Minerva (1831-1916) m'd BEDWELL, Elisha (1847 emigrant), d Monmouth, OR . d/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON

*4: SHELTON, James Clark, MD (1835-1902) m'd WHITSON, Pauline, lived in Salem, OR, s/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON

*4: SHELTON, Janette Lucy (1841-1846) died on trail June 3, 1846, buried near the Platte River, d/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON  (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

*4: SHELTON, John William (1833-1922) m'd BURFORD, Mary Jane d/o BURFORD,Hezekiah , s/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON

*4: SHELTON, Joseph Warren (1846-1863) s/o Zebedee and Levina (MILLER) SHELTON<>

*4:
SHELTON, Lavina (MILLER) (1808-1894) m'd SHELTON, Zebedee, d/o Philip and Naomi (RICHARDSON) MILLER who was founder of New Haven, Franklin Co., MO.  Lavina's sister  MILLER, Mahala m'd to McBRIDE, James, their Wagon Captain.<>

*4:
SHELTON, Martha Ann (1837) d/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON
*4: SHELTON, Martha E.: m'd GRAVES, Thomas J.; d/o John W. Sheldon

*4: SHELTON, Susan Frances (1842-1846) died on trail May 1, 1846, buried in Jackson Co, MO. d/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)<>

*4: SHELTON, Thomas Winthrop, MD (1844-1893) m'd LUCAS,Adah,  lived in Eugene, OR. s/o Zebedee and Lavina (MILLER) SHELTON

*4: SHELTON, William:

*4:
SHELTON, Zebedee (1804-1857) m/d MILLER, Lavina. Zebedee was b in Grainger, TN, m in Franklin Co, MO and is buried in the McBride Cemetery in Carlton, OR with his wife and several children, about one mile from their land claim.

SHERLEY, William:

SHOEMAKER, Mary Catherine: m'd Jul 1837 KEENEY, Jonathan

*11: SHOEMAKER, Samuel ( -1846): teamster for one of Donner families; member of Donner Party; died in snow

SHREVE, Craig:

*5: SHRUM, Andrew Jackson (1842-1919): born 12 Sep 1842 Lincoln, Montgomery Co, MO and died 24 Jul 1919 Boise, Ada Co, ID; s/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr; settled in Marion County until about 1885 when he moved to Crook Co, OR; sold out after about 15 years and moved to ID

*5: SHRUM, Euphamia A. (-1906): m1. 1850 EDMUNDSON, John H.; m2. ANSON, Mr. ; died 26 Mar 1906 in Medford, Jackson Co, OR; d/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr;

*5: SHRUM, Henry (1826-1892):  m'd [   ], Eleanor; born 1826 Montgomery Co, MO and died 08 May 1892, Antelope, Wasco Co, OR; s/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr; divorced from Eleanor in 1889 Marion Co, OR

*5: SHRUM, Jefferson Beck (1839-c1910) born 03 Feb 1839 Lincoln, Montgomery Co. and died c1910 San Diego Co, CA; s/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr;

*5: SHRUM, John Wiseman (1822-1889): m'd 28 Jun 1848 KNIGHTEN, Melissa; born 26 May 1822 Montgomery Co, MO and died 11 Jan 1889 Marion Co, OR; s/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum; settled in Marion Co; buried in Stipp Cemetery, Macleay, Marion Co, OR

*5: SHRUM, Mary (1834-1910): m'd MILLER, Samuel S., born 17 Jan 1834 Lincoln, Montgomery Co, MO and died 22 May 1910 San Diego Co, CA; d/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr;

*5: SHRUM, Nicholas Jr. (1836-1865): born 1836 Montgomery Co, MO and died 1865 Marion Co, OR; s/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr.

*5: SHRUM, Nicholas Sr. (1803-1863): m'd 18 Jul 1821 FINE, Delila; settled in Marion Co; buried in Stipp Cemetery

*5: SHRUM, Ruhama 1831-1877: m'd 01 Jun 1848 PICKARD, Oliver; born 05 Nov 1831 Montgomer Co, MO and died 16 Oct 1877; d/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr;

*5: SHRUM, Thomas (1827-1902): born 08 Dec 1827 Lincoln, Montgomery Co, MO and died 25 Dec 1902 Glide, Douglas Co, OR; s/o Nicholas and Delila (Fine) Shrum Sr;

SHUMAKER, D.:

SIMMONS, Asa (1822- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Sarah; s/o Samuel and Mahala (Bunch) Simmons

SIMMONS, Samuel (1802- ): m'd 1822 BUNCH, Mahala

SIMMONS, William:

SIMPSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:      Nineveh Ford Family
*3: SIMPSON, Benjamin Capt. (1816-1910): m1. 1839 WISDOM, Elzina Jane; m2. 1843 COOPER, Nancy June; s/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson; Settled in Marion Co.; accompanied parents to OR 1846; two wagons, one drawn by 4 yoke of oxen, the other by 3 yoke of oxen; Baptist; d. 1910; was superintendent of Indian affairs for OR and surveyor general; by 1899 was resident of Georgia.

*3: SIMPSON, Cassia (1822-1846): m'd KIMSEY, Alvis; d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson; had tuberculosis when she embarked and hoped that trip might improve her condition; she died enroute

*3: SIMPSON, David (1828- ): m'd 1845 HAVEN, Julia Ann; s/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson; Settled in Marion Co.; accompanied parent to OR 1846

*3: SIMPSON, Eleanor "Ellie" (1814-1873): m'd ANDERSON, James; d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) SIMPSON

*3: SIMPSON, Elizabeth (1826-1902): m'd WISDOM, Napoleon B. "Dick"; d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson

*3: SIMPSON, Harriet (1820-1861): m'd PRICE, Larkin; d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson

*3: SIMPSON, James (1833-1914): m'd 1853 HAVEN, Mary Catherine d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson; [note: wife of James shown as Mary Catherine in one source and Mary Jane in another]

*3: SIMPSON, John Thomas (1841- ): s/o Benjamin and Elzira (Wisdom) Simpson; lawyer at Sheridan, Yamhill Co, in 1899

*3: SIMPSON, Mary Ann (1824-1849): m'd MACKLIN, William d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson

*3: SIMPSON, Martha Jane (1830-1892): m'd 1848 FORD, Ninevah d/o William and Mary (Kimsey) Simpson

*3: SIMPSON, Samuel Leonidas (1845-1899): m'd 1868 HUMPHREY, Julia s/o Benjamin and Nancy (Cooper) Simpson WCJ : Jun 22, 1899 3:3 Oregon Poet Dead; ".. was walking on the street when he slipped and fell, striking his head on the hard pavement. He never regained consciousness."; emigrant of 1845 (?); lawyer, poet, journalist; for many years had been living at Astoria and Ilwaco near the mouth of the Columbia; had alchoholism problem

*3: SIMPSON, Sylvester: m'd MCFARLANE, Fanny; s/o Benjamin and Nancy (Cooper) SIMPSON

*3: SIMPSON, William Rev. (1793-1858): m'd 1813 KIMSEY, Mary "Polly"; 11 children; emigrated with 2 wagons and 7 yoke of oxen

*3: SIMPSON, William Barnett (1836-1925): m'd HAVEN, Melinda Caroline; s/o William and Mary (Kimsey) SIMPSON

*4: SKIDMORE, Ellen (1808-1860): m1. 1830 SMITH, William; m2. 1849 YOUNG, Robert and settled in West Stayton, Marion Co, OR

SLAVENS, George: m'd RIGGS, Leah

SLOCUM, R.:

SMITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:   Oregan Overland: Three Roads of Adversity by Ross Smith;  an indepth study of the 1846 Barlow Road and the 1846 Southern Route and the Smith family who traveled them

*3: SMITH, Absalom (1805-1863: m'd KIMSEY, Hildah; s/o Ira G. Smith; founded Smithfield, Polk Co, OR

SMITH, Adelaide (1808-aft 1880): m'd 1835 VAUGHN, Martin

SMITH, Alden (1830-1879): s/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith; mentally retarded

SR: *4: SMITH, Angeline (1837- ): m'd 1855 CREWS, John B.; d/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

*18: SMITH, Asa:

SR: *4: SMITH, Benjamin Franklin (1840-1915): m'd 1864 BURNS, Rachel M.; d/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Cindarella (1840- ): d/o John and Emily (Thorp) Smith

SMITH, Clarissa Jane (1835-1914): m1. MULL, Noah; m2. SHANKS, Franklin; m3. WILLIAMS, Charles; d/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Cordelia Catherine (1844- ): m'd 1864 FUDGE, John; d/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith; migrated to Walla Walla Co, WA

SMITH, Cyrenas (1839-1915): m'd SHAW, Sarah Margaret; s/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith

SMITH, D.C.:

SR: *4: SMITH, Eliza Ann (1835-1901): m'd 1853 GARDNER, Samuel J.; d/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Elza Dice (1846-1897): m'd LEE, Lucinda; s/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith; migrated to Whitman Co, WA

SMITH, Fabritus R. (1819- ): m'd 1847 PRINGLE, Virgilia E.; settled in Marion Co, was a member of the state legislature in 1876

SMITH, George Henry (1810-1895): m'd 1829 COPPLE, Margaret (1809-1872)

SR: *4: SMITH, George Washington (1842-1916): m'd SHELDON, Nancy Elizabeth; s/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith; migrated to Whitman Co, WA

SR: *4: SMITH, Henry (1818-1885): m'd 1837 WRIGHT, Susannah "Susan" Thakel; settled in Aumsville, Marion Co, OR; brother of James Smith; elected state senator in 1880

*3: SMITH, Henry B. (1836-1854): s/o Absalom and Hilah (Kimsey) Smith; died in farm accident

SMITH, Henry F. (1832-1908): s/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith

SMITH, Jacob Sweetwater (1846-1925): m'd BROWNLEE, Margaret; s/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith

*11: SMITH, James: cut off for CA; member of Donner Party

SR: *4: SMITH, James (1802-1872): m1. KEELE, Maria; m2. 1831 WRIGHT, Elizabeth M.; settled in Lewisville, Polk Co, OR; brother of Henry Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, James Dunleavy (1839- ): m'd 1856 SHELDON, Lucina Pauline; d/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith

*3: SMITH, James Washington (1838-1874): m'd RIGGS, Silby Ann; s/o Absalom and Hilah (Kimsey) Smith

SMITH, Jesse: brother of William; separated at Fort Hall and went to CA

SR: *4: SMITH, John Burris (1816- ): m'd 1840 THORP, Emily; settled in Polk Co; no indication he is related to other Smith families in 1846 emigration

SR: *4: SMITH, John H (1824- ): m'd 1850 LEWIS, Martha Jane; s/o James and Maria (Keele) Smith

SMITH, John R. (1844-1922): m'd ENYART, Louisa; s/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith

SMITH, Joseph S.: m'd HALL, Sarah

SMITH, L. S.:

SMITH, Levi L.:

SR: *4: SMITH, Louisa "Eliza" A. (1846-1875): m'd PECK, George W.; d/o Henry and Susan (Wright) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Louisa Jane (c1830-1846): d/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith; died on trail

SR: *4: SMITH, Lucius (1841- ): m'd SNODDERLY, Sarah E.; s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Margaret Elizabeth (1837-1857): m'd 1855 CHERRY, Alpheus F.; d/o James and Elizabeth (Wright) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Mariah (1830-1916): m1. 1850 CHAMBERLAIN, John; m2. BELIEU, John; m3. SMITH, Madison M.; d/o James and Maria (Keele) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Marion (c1844- ): s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

SMITH, Mary (1836-1915): m'd WILLIAMS, Asa; d/o George and Margaret (Copple) Smith

*1: SMITH, Mary Ann: m'd JONES, []; to CA

SR: *4: SMITH, Mary E.: m'd VAUGHN, John; d/o Henry and Susan (Wright) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Mary E. (1845- ): d/o John and Emily (Thorp) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Melissa J. (1843- ): d/o John and Emily (Thorp) Smith

*4: SMITH, Minerva Jane (1829-1908): m'd 1844 LONG, John; d/o James and Maria (Keele) Smith

*3: SMITH, Nancy Jane (1842-1928): m'd 1858 HUBBARD, Goalman; d/o Absolom and Hilah (Kimsey) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, Noah (c1842- ): s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

SMITH, "Rolling Pin":

SR: *4: SMITH, Rufus (1832- ): s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

*18: SMITH, Sidney:

SR: *4: SMITH, Thaddius (c1841- ): s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith; was crippled

*18: SMITH, Thomas:

SR: *4: SMITH, Thomas Jefferson (1834- ): s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

*3: SMITH, Thomas Jefferson (1845- ): m1. COX, Melissa; m2. COX, Mida; s/o Absolom and Hilah (Kimsey) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, William (c1805-1846): m'd 1830 SKIDMORE, Ellen; died in Canyon Creek Canyon around Oct 31, 1846 of heart attack

SR: *4: SMITH, William H. (1840- ): m'd TAYLOR, Melcina; s/o Henry and Susan (Wright) Smith

SR: *4: SMITH, William M. (c1831- ): s/o William and Ellen (Skidmore) Smith

*11: SNYDER, John: cut off for CA; member of Donner Party

SR: SOCIAL, Adeline Miss:

SPITLER, John: cut off for CA (notes p. 747 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*11: SPITZER, Augustus ( -1846): member of Donner Party; said to have been Reinhardts partner; died in snow

SPOOR, Jacob: leaving Rockford Co, IL for OR (notes p. 502 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*12: SPRIGGS, Thomas:

ST. CLAIR, :

STANFIELD, Joseph: in Whitman Massacre of 1847; Roman Catholic, Canadian; testimony stated that Stanfield knew that the massacre was to take place and did not warn the Whitmans

STANLEY, James (1836- ):

*15: STANLEY, Larkin: one of 8 men who cut off for CA and were one of first parties over Sierra in 1846

STANLEY, James (1836- ):

*11: STANTON, Charles Tyler (1811-1847): reached CA in safety but returned to help members of Donner Party; died in snow (notes p. 466 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

STEPHENS, H.N.:

STEVENS, Thomas:

SR: *4: STEWART, Albert: s/o Benjamin

SR: STEWART, Benjamin:

*12: STEWART, Charles James: m'd WOOD, Mary; s/o Benjamin

STEWART, Daniel:

*12: STEWART, Ezekiel:

SR: STEWART, Nancy ( -1846): d/o Benjamin; died on Applegate Trail

STEWART, Parson:

SR: STEWART, William: s/o Charles and Mary (Wood) Stewart

STOKES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: STOKES, William (1810- ):

STOLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: STOLEY, Israel: m'd 1847 NOBLE, Rebecca Jane

STONE, Asa: (1821-1896): m'd 1853 CHAMBERS, Anna; Mossback by Frank W. Stone

*1: STORY, Elizabeth ( -1846): m'd ALLEN, David; died on the Humbolt River

STRIETHOFF, John:

STRIETHOFF, Reuben:

STUMP, Mr.:

STURGIS, Mr.:

SUMMERS, Rachael Hixson (1823-1900): m'd HOLMAN, James Duval

SR: TANNER, Daniel:

*12: TANNER, John L.

*15: TAYLOR, William E. (1820-1905): m'd 1846 GRIFFITH, Nancy; m'd in CA 13 Dec 1846; one of 8 men who cut off for CA and were one of first parties over Sierra in 1846

THOMPSON, A.H.:

THOMPSON, R.R. (1820- ):

THORNTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *17: *4: THORNTON, J. Quinn (1810-1888): m'd LOGUE, Nancy Mrs.; lawyer;  got into argument with John B. Goode over partnership in the wagon.  Oregon party was asked to leave Russell train rather than deal with future problems.  20 wagons left and moved ahead. (diary of George McKinstry as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p199-218)

*4: THORP, Emily (1824- ): m'd 1840 SMITH, John B.; d/o Owen Thorp

THURSTON, Fanny: m'd c1817 KENNEDY, Ezekiel

*4: TOOLE, Daniel: cut off for CA (notes p. 471 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

TOWNSEND FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: TOWNSEND, David J. (1819-1899): m'd ROBISON, Julia; brother of James Madison Sr.

SR: *4: TOWNSEND, James Madison (1811- ): brother of David J.

SR: *5: *4: TOWNSEND, James Madison (1843- ): s/o James and Mary Townsend

SR: *4: TOWNSEND, Josephine (1843-1928): m'd 1859 REEVES, William; d/o David and Julia (Robison) Townsend

SR: *4: TOWNSEND, Julia Ann (1823-1897): m'd TOWNSEND, David J.

SR: *5: *4: TOWNSEND, Malinda (1839- ): d/o James and Mary Townsend

SR: *4: TOWNSEND, Margaret (1846- ): m'd LAFOLLETTE, A.M.; d/o David and Julia (Robison) Townsend; born on Trail near Sweetwater River 12 Jul 1846 (diary of Virgil Pringle Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p159-188)

SR: *5: *4: TOWNSEND, Mary: m'd TOWNSEND, James M.

SR: *5: *4: TOWNSEND, Sarah Ann (1846- ): m'd GREEN, Thomas; d/o James and Mary Townsend

SR: *5: *4: TOWNSEND, Thomas (1835- ): s/o James and Mary Townsend

SR: *5: *4: TOWNSEND, William A. (1837- ): s/o James and Mary Townsend

*19: TRIMBLE, Angus Ross (1842- ): s/o Edward and Abarilla (Ross) Trimble

*19: TRIMBLE, Edward (c1816-1846): m'd ROSS, Abarilla; was traveling with wife and three children; wife was pregnant with a fourth child whom she named Mary Ellen; killed June 18 by Pawnees near the crossing of the Platte's South Fork while searching for lost cattle from train

*19: TRIMBLE, Martha Jane (1842- ): m'd POMEROY, James S.; d/o Edward and Abarilla (Ross) Trimble; by 1880 census was widowed and living in Columbia Co, WA with two children

*19: TRIMBLE, Mary Ellen (1843- ): d/o Edward and Abarilla (Ross) Trimble; born on trail or shortly after arrival

*19: TRIMBLE, Mary Ellen (1820-1854): m'd 1839 Jonathan Hill BRATTAIN; sister of Edward Trimble; her husband became guardian for Trimble children after death of their father; Mary died on their Linn county donation land claim in Jan 1854

*19: TRIMBLE, William Franklin (1839- ): c/o Edward and Abarilla (Ross) Trimble

*11: TRUBODE, Jean Baptiste: member of Donner Party

SR: Betsey TRUMBULL ( -1847): m'd Heman C. BUCKINGHAM; died at Rickreall seven months after arrival in Oregon

TURNAGE/TURNIDGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: TURNAGE, Emily Jane (1837- ): m'd PIERCE, Samuel; d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dagley) Turnage

SR: TURNAGE, Frances Ellen (1847-1865): d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dagley) Turnage

SR: TURNAGE, Joseph Warren (1819-1857): m'd 1838 DAGLEY, Elizabeth Crowley

SR: TURNAGE, Martha Elizabeth (1842- ): d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dagley) Turnage

SR: TURNAGE, Mary Ann (1844- ): d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dagley) Turnage

SR: TURNAGE, Nancy Ann (1837- ): d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dagley) Turnage

SR: TURNAGE, William Jasper (1841- ): s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dagley) Turnage

TYRRELL, W.P.:

SR: *4: UNDERWOOD, :

VAN BEBBER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SR: *4: VAN BEBBER, Almeda Jane (1831- ): m1. KING, Isaac (1819-1866); m2. ZUMWALT, Andrew Jackson (1845-1912); d/o Lazarus and Martha VanBeeber; mother of 10 children by first marriage including Alfred (1848- ), Lazarus (1850- ), Melinda C. (1851- ), Stephen (1852- ), Ellen (1855- ), Elinor (1857- ), Olive (1858- ), Hollis (1860- ), Ulysses S. (1863- ) and Melvina (1865- ); mother of 4 children by second marriage including George Henry, Lillie May (1868-1870), Sarah Jane (1869- ) and Adaline (1874- )

SR: *4: VAN BEBBER, Lazarus (1806-1896): m'd VAN BEBBER, Martha (1805- ); settled Kings Valley, Benton Co, OR

SR: *4: VAN BEBBER, Martha: m'd VAN BEBBER, Lazarus; distant cousin of her husband

VANDERPOOL, Amy:  m'd 1826 MOORE, David who died in 1831;  emigrated to Oregon with Vanderpools and Linvilles

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, David (1833- ): s/o Meadors and Hannah (Linville) Vanderpool

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, James (1835- ): s/o Meadors and Hannah (Linville) Vanderpool

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, Jane (1832- ): d/o Meadors and Hannah (Linville) Vanderpool

SR: *4:  VANDERPOOL, Larkin

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, Mary (1842- ): d/o Meadors and Margaret (Linville) Vanderpool

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, Meadors (1798-1896): m1. LINVILLE, Hannah "Polly" (1808-1838); m2. LINVILLE, Margaret E. (1818-1888)

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, Medder (1821-1896): m'd 1845 [], Sarah

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, Miles:

SR: *4: VANDERPOOL, Susan (1845- ): d/o Meadors and Margaret (Linville) Vanderpool

VAUGHN, Adeline (1837- ): m'd 1856 DORSEY, George; d/o Martin and Adelaide Vaughn

VAUGHN, Amanda  (1845-1913): m'd 1864 LAYTON, Francis M.; d/o Martin and Adelaide Vaughn

VAUGHN, Elizabeth (1841- ): d/o Martin and Adelaide Vaughn

VAUGHN, Martin (1810-aft 1880): m'd 1835 [   ], Adelaide; Martin and Adelaide lived in Yamhill Co where they are enumerated in the 1850, 1860 and 1870 census; by 1880 they are living in Yakima Co, Washington Territory.

VAUGHN, Mary J. (1834-aft 1870): m'd 1857 GIBBS, Levi; d/o Martin and Adelaide Vaughn

VAUGHN, Thomas (1844- ): s/o Martin and Adelaide Vaughn

*5:  *14: Lavina Forrest WADDEL (1815-1860): m'd c1832 Orus BROWN; mother of 13 children; settled Forrest Grove, Washington Co, OR

*4: WAIR, J.M.:

WAIT, A.E.:

WALDO, Joseph (1805-1871): trustee of Willamette University; brother of Daniel Waldo; member of Methodist church

*18: WALKER, Mr.:

WARDLAW, Infant (1846-1846): infant born and died 16 Sep 1846, only lived a few minutes (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

*12: WARDLAW, Mary Ann: m'd 1842 CARRIGER, Nicholas

*12: WARDLAW, Joseph:

*12: WARDLAW, Joseph Mrs. ( -1846): died on the trail of fever September 26, 1846 (diary of Nicholas Carriger- Diary as published in Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan p143-158)

WASK, E.:

WASSON, Jonathan (1826-1899):

WASSON, Mary: m'd MOIST, Charles Franklin

WATKINS, Benjamin F.: m'd c1850 BROUGHTON, Linda; 1846 traveled with Donner party as far as Ft. Hall and then cut off for Oregon where he spent  time mining before removing to CA; returned east in 1850 and married; emigrated to CA again in 1851 with his new wife; he resided in the Santa Clara area until his death

WEBB, William:

WEST, A.C.:

*6: WEST, Thomas: cut off for CA; traveled with four sons (William T., George, F.T., and T) (notes p. 747 Overland In 1846 by Dale Morgan)

*4: WHATLEY, : wounded by poison arrows but recovered

WHEELER, C.:

WHEELER, James (1820- ): m1. 1850 HAWKINS, Mary E.; m2. 1870 MILLER, Eliza J.

WHEELER, William:

*6: WHISMAN Family: cut off for CA

WHITAKER, Anthony (1809- ):

*4: WHITE, R.:

SR: WHITLEY, Samuel:

*11: WILLIAMS, Baylis ( -1846): member of Donner Party; died in snow

*11: WILLIAMS, Eliza: half sister of Baylis Williams; member of Donner Party;

*5: *14: WILLIAMS, James: m1. ; m2. HAVARD, []

*18: WILLIAMS, Oscar Capt.:

WILLIAMSON, John: m'd 1846 MARTIN, []; settled Yamhill Co;

*12: WILSON, Isaac:

*3: WILSON, John M. (1809- ): m'd KIMSEY, Hulday; settled Polk Co; 1855 drove a herd of cattle to CA; returned in 1858

*5: WINGFIELD, George: s/o J.T. Wingfield

*5: WINGFIELD, J.T. (1807-1850): m'd 1832 []

WINSTON, James:

*3: WISDOM, Elzira Jane (1845-1932): m'd 1859 MILLS, John Russell; d/o Napoleon and Elizabeth (Simpson) Wisdom

*3: WISDOM, Napoleon B. "Dick" (1823-1893): m'd 1843 SIMPSON, Elizabeth Jane; s/o WISDOM, Joseph and SCOTT, Nancy; s/o Joseph and Nancy (Scott) Wisdom

WISE, Mary ( -1875): (also seen as WEISE); m1. BYRD, John; m2. MILSAP, Reuben Major; buried in Fairfield Cemetery; parents helped found St. Louis, MO

*11: WOLFINGER, Mr. ( -1846): member of Donner Party; said to have been murdered on the Truckee by Reinhardt and Spitzer

WOOD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*SR: WOOD, Abigal (1825-1872 ): m'd 04 Jun 1846 LEE, Wilson; d/o John and Elizabeth (Kline) Wood; [note spelling of Abigal is correct]; born 27 Jan 1825 Cattarus Co, NY and died 14 Jul 1872 Falls City, Polk Co, OR; she married Wilson Lee on the trail near the Platte River

SR: WOOD, Alonzo (c1800- ): m'd [ ], Sarah

SR: WOOD, Elven (c1833- ): s/o Alonzo and Sarah Wood

SR: WOOD, George S.: s/o Alonzo and Sarah Wood

SR: *4: WOOD, Israel (1830- ): s/o John and Elizabeth (Kline) Wood; born 03 Dec 1830 Adrian, MI and died 07 Jul 1921 Salem, OR

SR: WOOD, John D.: m1. KLINE, Elizabeth ( -1836); m2. 22 Dec 1842 RHODES, Martha; settled in Buena Vista, Polk Co, OR; accompanied to Oregon by two of his four children

SR: RHODES, Martha (c1830- ): m'd 22 Dec 1842 WOOD, John D.; d/o Charley Rhodes

SR: WOOD, Sarah (c1807- ): m'd WOOD, Alonzo; maiden name not known at this time

WOODCOCK, Sophia W. ( -1880): m'd CAREY, Abijah

WOODWORTH, Selim E.: a midshipman with the Navy he was considered by many to be an annoying nusiance who attempted to tell everyone what to do.  He arrived at Oregon city Aug 25 with three other mounted gentlemen and subsequently went to CA where he had a roll in the rescue of the Donner party.

WORDEN, Henry:

WREN, Charles:

SR: *4: WRIGHT, Elizabeth M. (1812-1897): m'd 1831 SMITH, James

SR: *4: WRIGHT, Martha: m'd HALL, Reason B.; had twins born on the plains; per Jackie Marshall at jmarshal@tlc.net

SR: *4: WRIGHT, Susannah "Susan" Thakel: (1820- ): m'd 1837 SMITH, Henry; sister of Elizabeth Wright

WYATT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*4: WYATT, Eliza Emily (1812-1872): m'd 1830 COLLINS, Smith; d/o Douglas Wyatt

YOUNGER, Sidney A.: m'd 1831 BURNETT, George William

*4: YOUNT, Molly:  m'd LINVILLE, Richard; "Just before the lead company reached the foothills of the Calipooya Mountains around November 17, yet another needless death also struck the Linville family. This time it was the wife of Richard Linville, wagon train matriarch 72-year-old Mary Yount Linville. The poor woman had drowned while fording a stream too swollen by fall rains. When the wagon in which she was riding upset in Yoncalla Creek, she got trapped underneath before the men could upright it. Her death coming so soon after that of Elizabeth Bounds, meant that the young couple, Harrison Linville and his wife Nancy Bounds, had lost both of their mothers in the same week, and not more than a dozen miles from one another. The deceased "Grandma Molly" Yount Linville, had been the oldest woman on the South Road, and was mother of three prominent train members: Linville party leader Harrison Linville; Margaret Linville, wife of Medders Vanderpool, who captained the forward company; and unfortunate Catherine Linville Crowley, who had already suffered several losses of loved ones. Molly Yount had also been grandmother to fifteen grandchildren starting out on the migration, only thirteen of whom had survived so far. So her tragic drowning touched virtually everyone in the forefront of the migration. And the many emigrants traveling with the Linvilles and Vanderpools had been the first to set out on Jesse Applegates Southern Route, which was supposed to have brought them into the settlements over a month-and-a-half earlier. Unfortunately, it had ended up bringing them yet another terrible tragedy. In perhaps the most bittersweet twist of irony of all, the deceased Molly Yount's parents had also raised their niece, the daughter of Sallie Ann Yount (Parker). This niece was Cynthia Ann Parker, who was raised as the deceased's own surrogate sister. She later became the wife of the man who had told the emigrants they would reach the settlements by October 1 - Jesse Applegate! And this tragedy occurred on Yoncalla Creek, in the vicinity of what would became the town of Yoncalla, near where the Applegate families would eventually reside, when they moved from Polk County a few years later" [contributed by Ross Smith]

*3: ZACHARY, Jane: m'd KIMSEY, Thomas L.

*4: ZUMWALT, Abigail (1831-1853): m'd 1850 HODGES, Alexander; d/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt; mother of two children, second child was born in 1853

*4: ZUMWALT, Adam F. (c1826-1856): s/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Andrew Rev (1789-1867).: m'd FRAZIER, Elizabeth; settled in Polk Co; deacon in the Methodist church

SR: *4: ZUMWALT, Andrew Jackson (1845-1912): s/o Isaac and Sarah (Crow) Zumwalt

SR: *4: ZUMWALT, Commodore Perry (1842-1910): s/o Isaac and Sarah (Crow) Zumwalt

SR: *4: ZUMWALT, Isaac (1815-1891): m'd 1837 CROW, Sarah; s/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Isaac K. (1842- ): s/o John M. and Lucinda (Kent) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Jerome (1833-1894): s/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, John Andrew (1840- ): s/o John M. and Lucinda (Kent) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, John Martin (1817-1858): m'd KENT, Lucinda; s/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt

SR: *4: ZUMWALT, Lewis Sande (1843-1927): s/o Isaac and Sarah (Crow) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Mary Lucinda (1835-1903): d/o Solomon and Lucinda (Kent) Zumwalt

SR: *4: ZUMWALT, Matilda Jane (1840-1877): d/o Isaac and Sarah (Crow) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Nancy Ann (1828-1901): d/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Sarah A. (1838-1852): d/o John M. and Lucinda (Kent) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Thomas M. (1845-1879): s/o John M. and Lucinda (Kent) Zumwalt

*4: ZUMWALT, Thomas Rhoades (c1824-c1851): s/o Andrew and Elizabeth (Frazier) Zumwalt

SR: *4: ZUMWALT, William Henry (1838-c1909): s/o Isaac and Sarah (Crow) Zumwalt


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