Emigrants To Oregon In 1847

Listing for Surnames A - L

oregonpioneers.com

compiled by
Stephenie Flora and Nancy Prevost  


 The following lists are being updated constantly.  If you have additions or corrections please contact me Stephenie Flora.  If you have pictures of your ancestor that you are willing to share I would love to add them to the Photo Gallery.
In addition to the following list, Francis Milne did quite a bit of research on the 1847 trains many years ago.  Her notes have been put online by Tuck Forsythe at
Francis Milne Notebooks

Captains of 1847

Note: The wagon trains of 1847 were in constant transition.  Wagons left one train and joined another.  Trains joined together, split, and then joined a different train. Each time there was a split another Capt. took over the wagons that split off.  Information will be updated as it is found but this is the information as I show it at this time.  

1) Capt. John William Bewley: started out. Left Independence, MO on May 7, 1847.  It joined later with the Cornlius Smith train that had left from St. Joseph, MO per an account by John Cullen.  Capt. Bewley was elected the permanent Captain after a shakedown period of several days. Included in the party were the Isaac Bewley family, the Campbells, Crisps, Danforths, Greens, Prettymans, Youngs, and the Victor Wallace family. This train appears to have joined up at some point with the rear company of the Oskaloosa split led by Capt. Kees.    There appears to have been a split because a portion of this train joined up with the Rev. Jolly train at Ft. Bridger. Five months and three days after leaving Independence they had their first view of the Columbia. On Oct 10, 1847 they camped at the mouth of the Umatilla and the next morning the party began to separate and follow different paths. Some of the members of the train chose to go to the Whitman Mission where they became embroiled in the Whitman Massacre

2) Capt. Jordan Sawyer: left from St. Joseph, MO; party consisted of 27 wagons including James Moore; Larkins; Fudge; Marck Sawyer; Mr. Smith; Elijah Bird; Robert Bird; William Blair; William Larkin; Sol Allen and Robert Kinney, Rev. Samuel Allen, John Bird and others, making 35 able-bodied men accompanied by their wives and children. They had numerous encounters with Indian along the way and one incident where the wagon of Mrs. Fudge stampeded. They crossed the Cascade mountains over the Barlow road and arrived at Foster's Oct 1, 1847.  At some point this train may have linked with that of Capt. William Vaughn as the Bird family is mentioned by Callaway Hodges as a member of his train Captained by Vaughn.

3) Capt. David D. Davis and Capt. Kees: party was called Oskalaoosa Company.  It started out as one company under Davis and later split with Kees taking over some of the wagons.  It and included Saunders, Canfields, Sawyers, Bakers. At one point it is believed that the Kees company joined up with the party led by Capt. Bewley listed above.  

4) Capt. Joel Palmer: Joel Palmer went to Oregon first in 1845 on his own with a company from Independence. He kept a journal of his travels then and during his return to the East in 1846, at which time he had it published. Few of the copies ordered were completed by the time he was ready to set out for Oregon again in 1847, but it later became widely used. Palmer recruited a large number of people to join his company in 1847. It is believed he had 85 wagons and then was later joined by the Chicago Company led by Thomas Cox that added an additional 14 wagons.  The train included the Ralph C. Geer family, the John W. Grim family, the Graham and Collard families and Christopher Taylor. Robert Crouch Kinney and his brother Samuel also stated in later years that they came with the Palmer Company, although Robert Kinney's name is also listed among those in the train of Capt. Jordan Sawyer.

5) Capt. John E. Ross: led a party of 40 wagons to Oregon in 1847, at the age of 29. John E. Ross Interview transcribed by Ben Truwe

6) Capt. Lot Whitcomb: led a party of 115 wagons from St. Joseph, MO; at least some of the party, including Albert Briggs, arrived at Portland on 14 Oct 1847

7) Capt. Nathaniel Bowen (seen in some diaries as Bowman): A company of 53 wagons commanded by Capt. Bowman started out of St. Joseph, MO.  The train apparently split because they were down to 16 wagons when they were stopped a few miles west of the Dalles August 28th by T'Vault, Barlow, and Foster on their way to the relief of the superintendent at the Dalles and a party of emigrants there, who had been attacked by Indians August 23rd. Some of the men in the party did return.

8) Capt. Albert Davidson: started with 48 wagons from St. Joseph, MO; Albert had first journeyed to Oregon in 1845 with his brother James Jr. He returned East in 1846 and persuaded his father and others in Iowa, Illinois and Missouri to go in 1847 via the Southern Route. His brother, Thomas L. Davidson, kept a journal of the trip, later turning it into a manuscript narrative called "The Southern Route". Among others journeying in the Davidson Company was the family of Jesse D. Walling from Illinois.

9) Capt. Rev. William B. Jolly: joined with the Bewley train at Fort Bridger.

10) Capt. John Bonser: left MO May 10 with a train of 100 wagons; spent July 4 at Independence Rock; arrived at the Dalles Oct 5, 1847.  When the train split because of its large size there were 17 wagons that stayed with Capt. Bonser. The Young family joined this train at Ft. Bridger after having been left behind by the Jolly/Bewley trains.

11) Capt. Buell: This party included the Buells, Batemans, Careys, Conners, Franklins, and Putmans.

12) Capt. William Vaughn Wagon Train

13) Captain unknown; party of 23 wagons left Pittsfield, Pike Co, IL Apr 5, 1847; crossed the Missouri about the first of May, on the Platte River in Nebraska on the 29th of May, Ft. Laramie about 4th of June and reached Oregon City about the 10th of September

14) Capt. Scott; departed IL Feb 1847 and arrived Sept. 20, 1847

15) Capt. White; departed Cedar Rapids April 15, 1847; train consisted of approximately 42 wagons; believe this train joined the #10 Bonser train listed above at some point

16: Collard-Hubbard train; left Independence and arrived via Barlow Road

17: Capt. Frederick: cut off at Ft. Hall and took southern route into Oregon

18.  Capt. Wylie Chapman was leading some of this party; appears he may have originally been in the Oskaloosa Train and took over some of the wagons that didn't want to go the Southern Route including the Saunders, Canfield and Sawyer families.  Some references state that he had 50 wagons and that when the train split Rev. William Jolly took over some of the wagons.

19. Capt. James Curl; 41 wagons

20. Capt. Claypool, 23 wagons

21. Capt. Carter, 19 wagons

22. Capt. Patton, 35 wagons

23, Capt. William Wiggins, led train into CA

24. Capt. McGown (also seen as Magone and Magoon); 90 wagons that split into parties led by Capt. John McKinney, 27 wagons, Capt. Elijah Patterson, 16 wagons and McGown who had the remaining 44 wagons.

25. Capt. Thomas Hockett

*26: Capt. Thomas Cox; left Wilimington, IL March 15 with 13 wagons, was joined at St. Joseph, MO by other family members and at one point traveled throught the Nemeha country with the Joel Palmer train.


Emigrants to Oregon in 1847

NOTE: All female members of the emigration are listed by MAIDEN name [if known] EVEN if they were married at the time of the emigration.

Abbreviations:
*BR: Barlow Road
*SR: Southern Route

ABBOTT, Edward Roland (1827-1912): m'd 1851 STRIETHOFF, Sarah Jane

ABELL, Alexander ( - ): emigrant to CA

ADAIR, Isabella Anne (1809-1867): m'd 1827 CLAYPOOL, Reuben; buried Claypool-Parrish Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

ADAIR, William B./R. (1824-1894): m'd (unknown) Elizabeth (1827-1906) both buried Miller Cem., Silverton. If so he may have come alone and returned east before coming west again. They had children born Feb. 1847, 1849, and 1851 in Illinois, and one b. 1852 California.

ADAMS, Andrew Jackson "Jack" (1824-1881): m'd 1848 MARKS, Elizabeth D.; s/o Spencer and Margaret Adams

ADAMS, Benjamin F. (1846-1866): s/o Jesse and Rebecca (Wright) Adams

ADAMS, Dick ( - ): he was a driver for Hadley Hobson of Jackson Co., MO, in the train of Capt. Rev. John McKinney; since the Hobsons went initially to CA, perhaps he remained there

ADAMS, Ephraim Martin (1800-1876): m'd 1832 BEDELL, Sarah Jane

ADAMS, George Washington (1817/20-1907): m1. 1843 PAGET, Amanda Jane, div.; m2. 1854 CRAIN, Sarah Jane

ADAMS, Hannah Ann (1826- ): m'd 1845 WHITCOMB, James H.

ADAMS, Harrison Rand (1840-1901): m'd 1862 FISH, Mary Jane; s/o Jacob and Mary Ann (Mark) Adams

ADAMS, Hiram (1841/4-1922): m'd 1870 BERRY, Susannah; s/o Ephraim and Sarah Jane (Bedell) Adams

ADAMS, Jacob (1817-1879): m'd 1839 MARKS, Mary Ann; s/o Spencer and Margaret Adams

ADAMS, Jesse Holt (1818-1884): m1. 1837 WRIGHT, Rebecca; m2. by 1880 BILLS Galloway, Sila A. - I never know how to put these married women for you; her maiden name was Bills, she was a widow Galloway

ADAMS, Lodawiska "Lody" or "Loda" (1835-1864): m1. 1850 BOYD, John; m2. 1854 WRIGHT, Elijah Jefferson; d/o Ephraim and Sarah Jane (Bedell) Adams

ADAMS, Lorinda (1839-1889): m'd 1857 FARLOW, Christian; d/o Jesse and Rebecca (Wright) Adams

ADAMS, Margaret Elmira (1841-1910): m'd 1857 ADAMS, Hugh; d/o Jacob and Mary (Marks) Adams

ADAMS, Maria (c1836-c1868): m'd c1854 SHADDEN, Jasper; d/o Ephraim and Sarah Jane (Bedell) Adams; said to have been murdered by Mexicans along with her husband in California about 1868

ADAMS, Mary Elizabeth (1844-1910): m'd 1860 HUNSAKER, Andrew J. Rev.; d/o Jesse and Rebecca (Wright) Adams

ADAMS, Platte (1839- ):   s/o Ephraim and Sarah (Bedell) Adams

ADAMS, Portland (1847-1910): m'd 1876 ARTHUR, Minerva May/Mary; s/o Ephraim and Sarah Jane (Bedell) Adam

ADAMS, Tarvin C. (1841-1886): m'd 1870 MCKINNEY, Martha Ellen; s/o Jesse and Rebecca (Wright) Adams

ADKINS, Gallatin (1819-1909): m'd 1849 HUGHES Russell, Sarah Ann/Jane; s/o William and Sarah Adkins

ADKINS, Joshua (1809-1852): s/o William and Sarah Adkins; killed in 1852 by a falling tree

ADKINS, Permelia (1814-1890): m1. WALTON, Henry; m2. 1842 TAYLOR, Absolam; m3. 1862 JACOBS, Richard; d/o William and Sarah Adkins; although two of her Walton sons came in 1847 with their grandmother Sarah Adkins, Permelia probably did not come until 1851

ADKINS, Sarah Mrs. (1783-1866): m'd c1808/12 ADKINS, William

AIKEN, Henry Spencer (1818-1875): m'd 1854  (Unknown), Maria

AIKEN, John (1811/7-1894): m1. 1845/50 GILLAM, Mary Elizabeth; m2. 1887 SUITER, Jennie Mrs

AIKEN, John C. (1846-1914): m'd 1871 CHAPMAN, Delila Ellen "Dee"; s/o John and Mary E. (Gillam) Aiken

ALDERMAN, Orlando (1833-1903): m'd 1851 BAKER, Isabella; s/o Lorenzo and Nancy (Burbank) Alderman; came with mother

ALDRIDGE, John (1792-1859): m'd 1813 GREENING, Mary Jane

ALDRIDGE, Lucinda Jane (1847-1919): m'd DONALDSON, Robert; d/o William and Polly (Allen) Aldridge; born on arrival in November

ALDRIDGE, Martha (1822-1901): m'd 1840 WELCH, Andrew Jackson; d/o John and Mary J. (Greening) Aldridge

ALDRIDGE, Mary Ann “Polly” (1816-1898): m1. 1837 KEAS, Elias Dudley; m2. 1865 RAYMOND, William R.; m3. 1867 BRYAN, Francis Sanford; d/o John and Mary Jane (Greening) Aldridge

ALDRIDGE, William (1843- ): probably a grandson of John and Mary (Greening) Aldridge; may be the same as WELCH, William

ALEXANDER, Robert:

ALFREY, Francis Marion "Frank" (1841-1879): m'd 1869 ZUMWALT, Christia Ann; s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Robinson) Alfrey

ALFREY, James Ray (1846-1889): m'd 1870 BUTLER, Sarah E.; s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Robinson) Alfrey

ALFREY, Joseph W. (1816-1851): m'd 1838 ROBINSON, Elizabeth R. "Betty"

ALFREY, Mary M. (1847/8- ): m'd 1865 LIVERMORE, Jonas; d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Robinson) Alfrey; born probably on arrival; died by 1880

ALFREY, Serena J. (1843- ): m'd 1866 LIVERMORE, Leonard Ross; d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Robinson) Alfrey; died by 1874

ALFREY, William C. (1839- ): s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Robinson) Alfrey; he is probably the William O. Alfrey who died 28 Mar. 1912 on the Nez Perce Reservation near Culdesac, Idaho, probably m1. Sum-Miki "Mary Isaac" (Indian); m2. c1897 (unknown), Mirtle W.; m3. 1911 HILL, Anna M.

ALFORD, Harvey (1845-1861): s/o Sterling and Flavilla (Ingersoll) Alford; cut off for California; returned east c1853

ALFORD, Phebe A. (1847-1867): d/o Sterling and Flavilla (Ingersoll) Alford; born 15 Jan 1847 in Plainfield IL; cut off for California;  returned east c1853

ALLEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2) *12: ALLEN, Abigail "Abby" (1826/8-1903): m�d 1848 MATZGER, William O.; d/o David and Elizabeth (Tilligan) Allen; half-sister of Hiram and Charles W.

*2) *12: ALLEN, Angeline (1836-1918): m'd 1852 SWEENEY, Alexander W.; d/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen

*26) *12: ALLEN, Anna (1839-1914): m1. 1854 NEWTON, Isaac H.; m2. 1875 LAYTON, John; d/o Hiram and Nancy (Davis) Allen

ALLEN, Archibald (1835-1847): s/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen; said to have died on the Trail, possibly in Missouri

*26) *12: ALLEN, Charles W. (1810-1902): m1. 1836 WITHAM, Hettie Ann; m2. 1866 EARL, Narcissa Shinn; s/o David and Anna (Gregory) Allen; half-brother of Drusilla, Abigail, and Mary Ann Allen

*26) *12: ALLEN, David R. [R. David] (1840-1900): m'd 1862 PATTERSON, Diana; s/o Charles and Hettie (Witham) Allen; to Idaho c1874 and to Eastland Co., Texas, c1883

*2) *12: ALLEN, Drusilla Rosanna [Drucilla Rosella] (1825-1893): m'd 1842 WITHAM, Alfred Morris; d/o David and Elizabeth (Tilligan) Allen; half-sister of Hiram and Charles W.

*2) *12: ALLEN, Elizabeth Nancy [Nancy Elizabeth] (1837-1908): m'd 1855 SMITH, Cyrus; d/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Emaline [Emeline] (1833-1903): m'd 1850 MATHENY, Isaiah Cooper; d/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

*26) *12: ALLEN, Emily Carolina (1843-1915): m1. 1858 PITMAN, William M., div.; m2. 1871 BUMP, Wilson Farmer; d/o Charles and Hettie (Witham) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Eveline E. [Evaline] (1833-1904): m1. 1851 SMITH, David H.; m2. 1891 DONALDSON, John; d/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Granville Moore [Grandville] (1844-1914): m'd 1877 BECKETT, Olive "Ollie" Eolian; s/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

*26) *12: ALLEN, Hiram (1806-1858): m1. 1837 DAVIS, Nancy; m2. 1850 BROWN, Lucinda (COX); s/o David and Anna (Gregory) Allen and half-brother of Drusilla, Abigail, and Mary Ann Allen; also shown in some records as 1845

*2) *12: ALLEN, John W. (1830-1915): m'd. 1857 McCOY, Mariah Jane; s/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

*26) *12: ALLEN, Joseph Witham (1845-1920): m'd 1864 RITNER, Julia Ann; s/o Charles and Hettie (Witham) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Julia A. (c1834- ): d/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Levi Fowler (1842-1923): m'd 1866 DOWNING, Dilley E.; s/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Linore �Linnie� Ann (1847-1905): m'd 1870 SETTLEMIER, Alex A.; d/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen; born on arrival in Oregon (also given as b. 6 Apr. 1847 in Missouri)

*2) *12: ALLEN, Mary �Polly� (1824-1897): m'd 1846 ALDRIDGE, William; d/o Samuel Easter and Nancy (Spears) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Mary Ann (1833-1906): m'd 1849 CLARK, Oscar Fitsallen; d/o David and Elizabeth (Tilligan) Allen; half-sister of Hiram and Charles W.

*2) *12: ALLEN, Mary Louisa (1843-1933): d/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Permelia Ann (1827-1909): m'd 1844 WILKINS, Mitchell; d/o Robert and Elizabeth (Morrow) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Rachel [Rachael Suzanne] (1780-1859): m'd 1798/9 BIRD, Robert; d/o William Allen

*26) *12: ALLEN, Rachael E. (1840/42-1922): m'd 1858 STOUT, George W.; d/o Hiram and Nancy (Davis) Allen; may have been emigrant of 1845

*2) *12: ALLEN, Robert (1798-1861): m'd MORROW, Elizabeth ( -1845)

*2) *12: ALLEN, Robertson Smith [Robinson] (1840-1902): m'd 1885 BOOTH, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Samuel (1805-1876): m'd 1827 BENSON, Sarah; s/o William and Rebecca (Stevens) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Solomon (1796-1859): m'd 1826 POWELL, Nancy M./A.; s/o William and Rebecca (Stevens) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, Thomas Benson (1830-1905): m'd 1851/52 SETTLEMIER, Mary Ann; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, William Horn (1839-1868): m'd 1862 TRIMBLE, Viola D.; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Benson) Allen

*2) *12: ALLEN, William Powell (1828-1878): m'd 1852 MATHENY, Nancy Ann; s/o Solomon and Nancy (Powell) Allen

ALLISON, Rutha Ellen Young (1812/6-1858): m'd 1832/4 MULKEY, Luke; d/o John and Rachel (Barnes) Allison; possibly married 1st REED

ALLISON, Susannah ( -1849): m'd 1827 COFFIN, Stephen

ALLPHIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ALLPHIN, America (1830-1916): m'd 1850 BOWMAN, Preston H.; d/o William and Louvice (White ) Allphin

ALLPHIN, Francis Marion "Frank" (1832-1862): m'd 1857 MCCLAIN, Allie Ann; s/o William and Louvice (White ) Allphin; settled in Eastern Oregon near an army camp called Fort Henrietta; left to try gold mining on the Salem River in Idaho with the intent of returning by the first of the year; didn't return and his body and those of his companions were found frozen April 2, 1862;    it was determined he died Jan 11, 1862 in one of the severest blizzards seen in those parts;  buried where he was found beside the trail from The Dalles

ALLPHIN, Margaret (1834-1885): m'd 1855 CREEL, John H.; d/o William and Louvice (White ) Allphin

ALLPHIN, Milton Jackson (1828-1912): m'd ANDERSON, Mary; s/o William and Louvice (White ) Allphin; settled Benton Co

ALLPHIN, Rachel (1842-1909): m'd 1857 HALE, William; d/o William and Zilah (Wells) Allphin

AALLPHIN, William Thomas (1797-1876): m1. 1822 WHITE, Seneca Louvice (died in IL); m2. 1841 WELLS, Zillah (d.1848); m3. 1849 Farrier, Phoebe MICHAEL; m4. 1875 Burbank, Sarah Jane DAVIS;  some of the children of William and Louvice stayed in the east and did not emigrate to OR (Green White, Luke Prior); was brick maker and furnished bricks for the Indiana State House and many other buildings in that city; to IL 1837;  settled 8 miles east of Albany; elected to Territorial Legislature  twice from Linn Co

ALLPHIN, William Woodson (1845-1884): s/o William T. and Zilah (Wells) Allphin

ALLPHIN, Zebulon Thomas (1827-1891): m'd 1850 MCCLAIN, Louisa; s/o William and Louvice (White ) Allphin

*26) ALTHOUSE, Samuel Henry (1825-1888): m'd 1854 HAGER, Maria

AMENT, Hiram Erastus (1812-1895): m1. 1836 HARRIS, Nancy; m2. 1844 WHITE, Sarah; s/o John Veily and Eunice Ament; son-in-law of Rev. Asa White; CA pioneer, returned east and came again by sea c1849

AMENT, Martha (c1845- ): m'd BALDWIN, Amos; d/o Hiram E. and Sarah (White) Ament; CA pioneer

AMENT, Mary Amelia (1799-1878): m'd 1817 DAVIDSON, James Orville; d/o Gabriel and Hannah (Metcalfe) Ament
AMENT, Mary Jane (1837-1916): m'd WHITE, Asa Preston; d/o Hiram E. and Nancy (Harris) Ament; CA pioneer

AMENT, Sophronia (1847- ): m'd 1865 TRUBODY, Josiah Palmer; d/o Hiram E. and Sarah (White) Ament; CA pioneer

ANDERSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:

ANDERSON, James Mechlin (1812-1899): m'd 1848 SAVAGE, Lucy; s/o Thomas and Mary Magdaline (Mechlin) Anderson

ANDERSON, Sarah Ann (1818-1909): m'd 1839 HUGHES, George H.; d/o John and Margaret (Connoway) Anderson
 
ANDREWS, Richard: arrived by sea on bark "Whiton"

ANGEL, James Newton (1841- ): m'd 1868 HAUN, Henrietta; s/o Woodson and Jane (Stites) Angel; cutoff for CA

ANGEL, John (c1844-1903): s/o Woodson and Jane (Stites) Angel; cutoff for CA

ANGEL, Martha (1842-1872): m'd TAYLOR, James Rev.; d/o Woodson and Jane (Stites) Angel; cutoff for CA

ANGEL, Susannah (c1839-1872): m'd c1856 VANSCHAICK, H. D.; d/o Woodson and Jane (Stites) Angel; CA pioneer

ANGEL, Woodson W. (c1817-1893): m1. STITES, Jane; m2. 1873 WILSON, Elizabeth A.; cutoff for CA

ANTHONY, Bascom Florenzo (1847-1892): s/o Elihu and Sarah (VanAnda) Anthony; cutoff for CA

ANTHONY, Elihu (1818-1905): m1. 1839 CLARK, Frances; m2. 1845 VANANDA, Sarah A.; cutoff for CA

ANTHONY, Louisa (1846- ): m'd 1867 HUNTINGTON, Wilbur; d/o Elihu and Sarah (VanAnda) Anthony; cutoff for CA

APPERSON, Albert Jefferson (1839-1905): m'd 1865 COOK, Eloise A.; s/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, Beverly (1803-1847): m'd 1824 TUBBS, Jane Gilbert; died on Trail

APPERSON, Elvira Dona (1837-1931): m1. 1851 THOMAS, Julian; m2. 1859 FELLOWS, Edwin B.; d/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, Harriet Rebecca (1832-c1849): m'd 1848 APPERSON, Milton (her cousin); d/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson; they went to CA in 1849 and she died not long afterwards

APPERSON, Jacob R. (c1842-1923): m'd 1872 RAY, Mary Frances; s/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, John T. (1834-1917): m'd 1862 ELLIOTT, Mary A.; s/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, Matilda Jane (1829-1907): m'd 1850 JEFFERSON, Delos; d/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, Milton M. (1846-c1850): s/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, Sarah Ann Elizabeth (1827-1896): m'd 1843 JOHNSON, Jeral; m2. 1862 JENKINS, Richard; d/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

APPERSON, Susan Harrison (1841-1899): m1. 1856 HOLMES, Leander; m2. by 1880 MATHEWS, Samuel F.; d/o Beverly and Jane (Tubbs) Apperson

ARAM, Thomas: ( -1848): Aram and Leonard were two of the "packers" involved in the affray near The Dalles in Aug. 1847, in which Aram was wounded; he was killed by Leonard in Aug. 1848 in a struggle over a gun Leonard had left in his possession to secure a debt

ARCHAMBEAU, Francis Xavier (1821-1887): m'd 1850 BEARDEN, Josephine

ARNOLD, Mary (1812-1858): m1. 1831 ROSS, Luther; m2. 1840 MITCHELL, Israel; d/o Stephan and Ruth (Culver) Arnold; Emma Ruth Ross Slavin Reminiscence

ASH, Eliza T. (1819-1902): m'd 1838 BAKER, Isaac

ASHCRAFT, Child #1: c/o Unknown and Narcissa (Land) Ashcraft

ASHCRAFT, Child #2: c/o Unknown and Narcissa (Land) Ashcraft

ASHPAUGH, Jessonicah "Jemima" (1819-1894): m'd 1838 RALSTON, Jeremiah

AUBREY, Thomas M.: see AWBREY, Thomas M.

AULTFATHER, Susannah H. "Susan" (1813/5-1899); m'd 1840 HUTCHISON, David S.; to California 1847

AVERSON, D.: may be Everson

*2) AVERY, Charles (1842-1861): s/o Joseph Conant and Martha (Marsh) Avery; came with mother and uncle Edmund Marsh;  Joseph C Avery

*2) AVERY, Florence (1845-1928): m1. 1863 JOHNSON, Richard Cummins; m2. 1878 JONES, George Madison; d/o Joseph Conant and Martha (Marsh) Avery; came with mother and uncle Edmund Marsh;  Joseph C Avery

*2) AVERY, Punderson (1843-1912): m'd 1864 MOBLEY, Elizabeth; s/o Joseph and Martha (Marsh) Avery; engaged in cattle raising in Lake Co; 1884 moved back to Benton Co and settled twelve miles south of Corvallis; twice elected to the State Legislature;  JJoseph C Avery

AWBREY, Thomas N. (1791-1879): thought to have come in 1847, returned east and emigrated again in 1850 with his family; see: 1850 AWBREY, Thomas Nolan

BACKAN, James ( - ): m'd ,

BACKUS, Mary (1823-1914): m'd 1842 HARDMAN, Samuel; may actually be emigrant of 1850

BAILEY, Elizabeth (c1825- ): m'd 1851 WRIGHT, Jackson; d/o John and Sarah (Jones) Bailey
 
BAILEY, Ezekiel (1824-1899): m'd 1853 RING, Nancy; s/o John and Sarah (Jones) Bailey; wife's surmame may have been WRIGHT instead

BAILEY, Holland (1822-1855): m'd 1851 MCCOLLUM, Elizabeth; thought to be emigrant of 1845

BAILEY, Isaac (1813- ): m'd 1837 ADAMS, Elizabeth; s/o John and Sarah (Jones) Bailey; possibly did not come until 1850 when he brought his family out
 
BAILEY, John (1789-1853): m'd JONES, Sarah "Sally" (d. before 1847)
 
BAILEY, John (1818-1895): m1. 1850 WRIGHT, Elizabeth; m2. 1864 Murphy, Elizabeth MITCHELL; s/o John and Sarah (Jones) Bailey

BAILEY, Joseph (1829-1861): m'd 1851 (Unknown), Harriet

BAKER, Elizabeth (1841/3-1847): m'd NEVERMARRIED; d/o Isaac and Eliza (Ash) Baker; died on trail at Ft. Bridger

BAKER, Isaac (1813-1862): m'd 1838 ASH, Eliza T.

BAKER, John Capt. (1816-1908): m'd 1839 HALEY, Nancy B.; came first in 1841

BAKER, Joseph Ash (1839-1932): m'd 1865 LAMB, Frances Emma; s/o  Isaac and Eliza (Ash) Baker; graduate of Willamette University; Salem fireman; chief of police; Marion Co sheriff; member of Salem brass band

BAKER, Martha "Patsy" (1825-1891): m1. 1846 PREWETT, Joseph; m2. NYE, Samuel; d/o Hiram and Mary (Fields) Baker

BAKER, Mildred Amanda (1840-1907): m'd 1858 BONHAM, Benjamin Franklin; d/o John and Nancy (Haley) Baker; buried at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BAKER, William E. Benton (1843- ): m'd 1870 BRAY, Martha F.; s/o Isaac and Eliza (Ash) Baker;  injured in fall from wagon during emigration

BALCH, Anna "Annie" (1843- ): m1. 1858 STUMP, Mortimer; m2. 1860 MORRELL, Eli, div.; m3. by 1870 BROWN, W. L.; m4. 1879 HAMILTON, Alexander B.; d/o Danford and Mary Jane (Curtis) Balch
 
BALCH, Danford (1811-1859): m'd 1842 CURTIS, Mary Jane; in Nov. 1858, incensed at his daughter Annie's runaway marriage to Mortimer Stump, who had been in his employ, Balch killed Stump in an encounter in Portland, for which crime he was hanged on 17 Oct. 1859
 
BALCH, Hosea (1847-1908): m'd 1888 BERG, Albertine; s/o Danford and Mary Jane (Curtis) Balch; born on the Trail 17 June 1847

BALLARD, Elizabeth "Betsy" (1807-1884): m'd 1825 MATLOCK, William T.

BALTZELL, Rebecca (1800-1884): m'd 07 Mar 1816 BURKHART, John; Rebecca was born 28 Oct 1800 Frederick, Frederick Co, MD and died 01 Jul 1884 Albany, Linn Co, OR; d/o John Jacob Baltzell and Charlotte Crist; mother of 10 children (Raymond Sanderson, Calvin Peter, Coriolanius Damarius, Leander Columbus, Charlotte Elizabeth, Catherine Jane, Loueasa Matilda, John Baltzell, Rebecca Ann and George Washington)

BARGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BARGER, Eliza Ann (1843-1921): m'd 1864 HELM, Richard Watson; d/o John and Rebecca (Smith) Barger

BARGER, John N. (1821-1891): m'd 1842 SMITH, Rebecca Jane; s/o Philip and Sarah (Gist) Barger; settled in Marion Co, OR; in later years moved to eastern Oregon; father of two children (Eliza and Cyrus Willard)

BARGER, Montgomery Carrick (1818-1862): m1. 1854 McPHERSON, Lucinda; m2. by 1860 COX, Mary; s/o Philip and Sarah (Gist) Barger; returned east to Moniteau Co. Missouri by 1860 where he and wife Mary died in 1862 and 1863

BARKER, J. A.:

BARKER, Nancy (1787-1864): m'd 1806 ROBINETT, Joseph Sr.; d/o James and Amelia (Yost) Barker; came as a widow with her children

BARKER, William Swett (1817-1869): m'd 1846 DAVIDSON, Aurelia Ann; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BARNES or BAINS, Emily "Emma" (1821-1857): m'd 1843 YOUNG, Joseph

BARNES, James (1819- ):

BARNES, John M. (1807-1869): m'd 1835 O'BRYANT, Almira or Elmira
 
BARNES, Martha P. (1846-1918): m'd 1868 JOHNSON, W. W.; d/o John M. and Almira (O'Bryant) Barnes

BARNES, Nancy Malinda (1843- ): m'd 1857 PATESON, William Willis; poss. m2. LONG, (unknown); d/o John M. and Almira (O'Bryant) Barnes

BARNES, Samuel T. (1840-1905): m1. 1865 JACKSON, Mary E.; m2. 1885 COMBS, H. C.; s/o John M. and Almira (O'Bryant) Barnes

BARNES, Sarah Jane (1836-1922?): m'd 1851 MORRIS, Jesse; d/o John M. and Almira (O'Bryant) Barnes

*16): BARNETT, Joseph Jr.:

BARR, Asenath (1816-1896): m'd 1840 BLODGETT, William; died in Grass Valley, CA

*13) BARROWS, Joseph Franklin (1822-1886): m1. STEVENSON, Margaret; m2. 1850 LIGHTNER, Diana

BARTON, Jonathan (1828- ):

BARTOW, Joel (1844- ):  s/o John and Sophronia (White) Bartow; cutoff for CA

BARTOW, John (1824- ): m'd 1843 WHITE, Sophronia; cutoff for CA

*26) BASHAW, Joseph (1810-1903): m'd 1855 Marlatt, Mary (COX), widow of Peter Marlatt a pioneer of 1852; buried Cox Cemetery, Marion Co, OR; referred to in J. Henry Brown reminiscence  as Mr. Bradshaw

BASTON, Thomas: cutoff for CA

*26) BASYE, William H. (1830-1894): m'd 1850 STRIETHOFF, Elizabeth

*11) BATEMAN, Hannah (1847-1913): m'd 1879 WRIGHT, James W.; d/o John and Phoebe (Maxon) Bateman

*11) BATEMAN, John H. (1815-1898): m'd 1843 MAXON, Phoebe

*11) BATEMAN, Mary (1845-1936): m'd 1869 TAYLOR, Solon Z.; d/o John and Phoebe (Maxon) Bateman

*11) BATEMAN, Rachel : d/o John and Phoebe (Maxon) Bateman

*11) BATEMAN, Sarah: d/o John and Phoebe (Maxon) Bateman

*11) BATEMAN, Susannah (1815-1883): m'd 1838 MORFITT, James

BATTICE, John:

BAUM, John (1823- ): m'd 1851 TIETERS, Phoebe S.

BAXTER, A. M.:

BAXTER, Elizabeth (1838- ): traveled with uncle, Thomas Hutt; d/o Unknown and Sarah (Laughlin) Baxter

BEAL, George (1800-1864): m'd 1822 NORRIS, Rosana
 
BEAL, George W. (1839-1924): m'd 1864 TUPPER, Esther Isabelle; s/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Jacob (1832- ): m'd 1863 HARPER, Martha; s/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, John (1829-1893): m'd 1876 SMITH, Mary Manerva; s/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Josiah (1837-1924): s/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Malinda (1831-1908): m'd 1848 TUPPER, Robert S.; d/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Mary Ann (1827-1893): m'd 1842 BEEKS, Silas Jacob Nimerick; d/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Philip (1835-1903): m'd 1862 NOLAND, Clarinda; s/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Rosana (1827-1865): m1. 1844 HALL, Noah; m2. 1848 McLIN, William; d/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEAL, Sophia (1843-1907): m'd 1863 MARTIN, William A.; d/o George and Rosana (Norris) Beal

BEALS, Angelina M. (1843-1863): never m'd; d/o Isaac F. and Roxanna (Williams) Beals

BEALS, Darwin (1845-1904): m'd (unknown); s/o Isaac F. and Roxanna (Williams) Beals

BEALS, Edwin R. (1841-1862): never m'd; s/o Isaac F. and Roxanna (Williams) Beals

BEALS, Isaac Finch (1814-1891): m'd 1838 WILLIAMS, Roxanna Stephays; came via Barlow Road

BEAVER, Mary Ann (1825-1893): m1. 1840 REDDING, Stephen H.; m2. c1848 BOARDWELL, DeLaren

BECKS, Joseph:

BEDELL, Sarah Jane (1811-1896): m1. 1832 ADAMS, Ephraim Martin; m2. 1883 SHARTZER, Hiram

BEDWELL, Elisha Bernard (1819-1896): m1. 1841 DAVIS, Sarah Ann; m2. 1850 SHELTON, America Minerva; his first wife, who died in 1844, was a granddaughter of Thomas McBride Sr.

BEEBEE, William L.:

BEEKMAN, William:

BEEKS, Silas Jacob Nimerick (1820-1902): m'd 1842 BEAL, Mary Ann

BEENER, John S. :

BELKNAP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BELKNAP, Hannah (1814-1911): m'd 1833 GILBERT, Lorenzo Dow; d/o Jesse and Jane (Garlinghouse) Gilbert

BELKNAP, John Wesley, s/o Orin and Nancy (Starr) Belknap, was born Feb or Mar 1848

BELKNAP, Jonas (1845-1869): m'd (unknown), Polly; s/o Orin and Nancy (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Keziah B./H. (1847-1910): m'd 1878 ANDERSON, Milton; d/o Ransom and Mahala (Starr) Belknap; born Dec. 1847 on arrival

BELKNAP, Lucinda Jane (1843-1857): d/o Ransom and Mahala (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Margaret Starr (1841-1919): m'd 1856 ADAMS, William Edward; d/o Orin and Nancy (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Mary Ann (1837-1891): m'd 1851 FORTSON, John Thomas; d/o Orin and Nancy (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Mary Jane "Jane" (1822-1902): m1. 1842 FIESTER, Henry; m2. c1855 VAIL, John; m3. c1866 ADAMS, John; d/o Elijah and Catherine (Garlinghouse) Belknap

BELKNAP, Orin (1815-1902): m'd 1835 STARR, Nancy; s/o Jonas and Mary (Garlinghouse) Belknap

BELKNAP, Rachel (1843-1919): m1. 1860 WOODCOCK, William Chapin; m2. 1901 WALTERS, James W.; d/o Orin and Nancy (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Rachael (1843-1919): m'd 1860 WOODCOCK, William C.; d/o Orin and Nancy (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Ransom Amos (1820-1896): m'd 1842 STARR, Mahala; s/o Jesse and Jane (Garlinghouse) Belknap

BELKNAP, Sarah M. (1846-1864): m'd 1863 TURNER, Thomas; d/o Ransom and Mahala (Starr) Belknap

BELKNAP, Talitha Cumi (1824-1906): m1. 1840 STARR, Samuel Fletcher; m2. 1862 BOND, William; m3. 1867 WALTZ, Washington Marcus; d/o Jesse and Jane (Garlinghouse) Belknap

BELLINGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*26) BELLINGER, Caroline (1847- ): d/o Edward and Eliza (Howard) Bellinger

*26) BELLINGER, Charles Byron (1839-1905):m'd 1858 JOHNSON, Margery Serene; s/o Edward and Eliza (Howard) Bellinger; born 21 Nov 1839 and died 12 May 1905

*26) BELLINGER, Edward Henry (1815-1850): m'd 1839 HOWARD, Eliza Ann; s/o John H. and Mary C. (Crane) Bellinger

*26) BELLINGER, Ellen Catherine Crane "Ella" (1845-1919): m'd SHREWSBURY, Nathaniel; d/o Edward H. and Eliza Ann (Howard) Bellinger

*26) BELLINGER, Estavina (1842-1886): m1. 1859 JOHNSON, David; m2. VANBUREN, (unknown); d/o Edward H. and Eliza Ann (Howard) Bellinger

*26) BELLINGER, John Henry (1791-1878): m'd 1814 CRANE, Mary Catherine; s/o Henry and Maria (Klock) Bellinger; born 27 Nov 1791 and died 18 Nov 1878

BELLOMO, Louis (1818- ): m1. 1855 HIBERT, Rose; m2. 1858 HUMPERVILLE, Nancy

BENNETT, Erastus: m'd [unknown], Harriett

BENNETT, Harriett: m'd BENNETT, Erastus

BENNETT, James E. (1824- ): m'd 1858 DILL, Mary Jane; he drowned before 1870 in Touchet River

BENNETT, William H. (1823-1880): m'd 1849 HALL, Lucy J.; said to have come in 1847; also said to have come in 1845

BENSON, Benjamin (1843- ): s/o John A. and Edna (Kimsey) Benson

BENSON, John A. (1820-1859): m'd 1841 KIMSEY, Edna; murdered 14 Feb. 1859 present San Joaquin Co., CA, by Green C. Palmer

BENSON, John A. (1833-1877): m'd 1856 DAWSON, Irena

BENSON, Pleasant (1841- ): s/o John A. and Edna (Kimsey) Benson

BENSON, Sarah (c1811-1900): m1. 1827 ALLEN, Samuel; m2. 1877 TRIMBLE, S.A.

BERRY, Thomas W. (1816-1886): m'd 1851 COLLINS, Eliza M.

BERRY, Violet W. (1831- ): m'd 1846 BERRY, William J.

BERRY, William J. (1817-1898): m'd 1846 WAGONER, Violet W.

BESTON, Mr.:

BEWLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:   The Bewley Family Through The Decades  by Stephenie Flora (large file)
*1) BEWLEY, Crockett Anderson (1825-1847): m'd NEVER MARRIED; s/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley; killed in Whitman Massacre

*1) BEWLEY, Esther (1847-1854): d/o Isaac and Sophia (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Esther Lorinda (1826-1899): m'd 1849 CHAPMAN, William; d/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Francis Marion (1839-1900): s/o Isaac and Sophia (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Henry Edward (1836-1848): m'd NEVER MARRIED; s/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Isaac W. (1808-1880): m1. 1836 ELLIS, Sophia; m2. 1854 MCKENNEY, Missouri; m3. 1875 Sunderland (ELLIS) Amanda

*1) BEWLEY, James Clark (1841-1922): m'd 1861 PETTY, Harriet R.; s/o Isaac and Sophia (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, James Frank (1828-1888): m'd 1852 GRAVES, Lucy E.; s/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, John Marsena (1845-1925): m'd 1870 DAWSON, Mary Elvina; s/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, John William (1799-1847): m'd 1823 ELLIS, Catherine; s/o John and Catharine (Hunter) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Linuaria Jones (1830-1859): m'd 1852 MCDERMOTT, Henry; d/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Maranda Narcissa (1832-1916): m'd 1852 GRAVES, Thomas Newton; d/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Marclay (1844-1850): s/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley

*1) BEWLEY, Theophilus Rollins (1834-1920): m'd 1859 PATTY, Elizabeth Ann; s/o John and Catherine (Ellis) Bewley; buried in Cityview Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BIDWELL, Martha (1845/6-1918): m'd 1865 TRACY, John C.; said to be pioneer of 1847; no proof - she was a daughter of Orlando Bidwell, and if they came they returned east by 1850 and came again 1853

*4) BIGELOW, Eliza Lee (1813-1890): m'd 1833 KINNEY, Robert Couch; d/o Daniel Bigelow

BINGHAM, Lucinda (1826-1893): m'd 1843 HASTINGS, Loren Brown

BINGHAM, Nira C. (1816- ): m'd 1837 KELLY, Rev. Albert; said to be pioneer of 1847; probably error - a son born May or June 1848 Independence MO; probably came 1849

BIRD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2) *12: BIRD, Elijah (1821-1874): m'd 1854 PERKINS, Helen; s/o Robert and Rachel (Allen) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Eliza Wilmuth (1844-1908): m'd1864 BENNETT, William Martin; d/o William and Harriet (Bird) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Elizabeth Jane (1837-1934): m'd1856 CORBY, Warren; d/o William and Harriet (Bird) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Harriett (1818-1888): m'd 1836 BIRD, William Allen; d/o James Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Isabel (1846-1867): m'd WHITMORE,James H.; d/o William and Harriet (Bird) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, James Milton (c1833-c1883): m'd 1854 BYRD, Mary Ann; s/o John and Nancy (Bland) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, John (1810-1894): m1. 1832 Bland, Mrs. Nancy BLAND; m2. 1883 Alderman, Mrs. Harriet Barney YOUNG; s/o Robert and Rachel (Allen) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Mary Ellen (1835-1856): m'd 1850 NELSON, Josiah Conley; d/o John and Nancy (Bland) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Permelia Ann (1838-1932): m'd 1858 ROBBINS, Norval Nathaniel; d/o William A. and Harriet (Bird) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Permelia Jane (1838-1883): m'd1854 FERGUSON, Jacob L.; d/o John and Nancy (Bland) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Rachel Susanna (1840-1922): m'd 1856 FORD, Robert/Robinson Crusoe; d/o William A. and Harriet (Bird) Bird

*2) *12: BIRD, Robert (1776-1855): m'd 1799 ALLEN, Rachel

*2) *12: BIRD, Robert Phelps (1842-1913): m'd1868 ALDERMAN, Mary Ann "Mollie"; s/o John and Nancy (Bland) Bird; sheriff of Yamhill county, legislator, country treasurer

*2) *12: BIRD, Sarah Elizabeth (1828- ): m'd1847 BLAND, William

*2) *12: BIRD, William Allen (1812-1885): m'd1836 BIRD, Harriett; s/o Robert and Rachel (Allen) Bird

BLACKER, Henry:

BLACKINGTON, Elizabeth Vashti "Eliza" (1799- ): m1. by 1820 RHOADES, Ezekiel; m2. by 1850 McLANE or McCLAIN, William; m3. 1851 STRIETHOFF, John Yost

BLACKSTONE or BLACKISTON, William Henry (1828-1873/1882): m1. 1853 PALMATEER, Laura A.; m2. 1863 KEALY, Anna Conners

BLAIN, John:

BLAIR, Anna Virginia (1846-1923): m'd c1873 McLAREN, James; d/o Prior F. and Elenor (Mulligan) Blair

BLAIR, Ellen (1842-1917): m'd 1858 HUFF, James W.; d/o Prier and Elenor (Mulligan) Blair

BLAIR, Evaline (1838-1917): m'd 1855 CRONER, Charles C.; d/o Prier and Elenor (Mulligan) Blair

BLAIR, Prior Ford (1813-1893): m'd 1834 Gouldy, Elenor "Ellen" MULLIGAN

BLAIR, Sarah "Sally" A. (1835-1914): m'd 1852 HILL [or HILLS], Alvin; d/o Prior F. and Elenor (Mulligan) Blair

BLAIR, William:

BLAKE, Mr.:

BLANCHARD, Hypolite:

BLANCHET, Augustine Magloire Alexander Bishop (1797-1887): brother of Archbishop Francis N. Blancet; was made Bishop at Fort Walla Walla 1847;  he arrived in September of 1847 to take over post

BLANCHET, O. M. I. George (1818-1906):

*2) BLAND, Nancy  (1806-1882): m1. 1823 BLAND, (Unknown); m2. 1832 BIRD, John;  d/o Samuel and Mary Ann Bland

*2) BLAND, Samuel T. (1831-1853): m'd 1853 SMITH, Elizabeth; s/o Daniel and Nancy (Bland) Bland; came to Oregon with mother and step-father John Bird

*2) BLAND, William (1825-1902): m'd 1847 BIRD, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Daniel and Nancy (Bland) Bland; came to Oregon with mother and step-father John Bird

BLANKENSHIP, J. H. :

BLANTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:

BLANTON, [ ]: d/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton

BLANTON, [ ]: d/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton

BLANTON, Benjamin F. (c1835-1898): possibly m'd 1866 CAPEHART, Almeda and/or m'd 1868 O'HANIE, Mariah; s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton; a problem drinker, he was in trouble with the law by the time he was thirty, and in and out of jail in Oregon and possibly California for around 13 years before locating in Whitman Co., Washington, where he was convicted at the age of 54 of murder in 1890, appeal reducing the charge to manslaughter, and sentenced to 20 years in the state penitentiary at Walla Walla, dying there just 8 years later

BLANTON, David R. Holt (1847-1921): m'd 1871 BREEDING, Mary Charlotte; s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton

BLANTON, Isaac (1805-1868): m1. 1828 MUNKERS, Hannah; m2. 1850 NEWMAN, Mrs. Mary; first wife probably came with him to OR and died between 1847 and 1849

BLANTON, Isaac (1842-1926): m'd 1875 ANDERSON, Rebecca Ellen; buried in Mulkey Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR ; living 1870 and 1880 in Marion Co; 1900 Lane Co; s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton

BLANTON, James K. Polk (1846-1914): s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton

BLANTON, John Harvey (1830-1918): m'd c1853 SHEPHERD, Elizabeth; s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton; note: his cousin was also named John Blanton and married Catherine Sheperd, the sister of his wife, Elizabeth. Cousin John started in 1844, turned back and came again in 1853 [per Steve Showers at sshowers@moreaucatholic.org] ; John and Elizabeth died in Eureka, Humboldt Co, CA

BLANTON, Matilda Jane "Jane" (1827/9-1902): m1. 1850 FIELD, Samuel; m2. 1861 SHEPHERD, Uriah R.; m3. by 1880 NESBITT, William; d/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton

BLANTON, Thomas Benton (c1840- ): possibly m'd 1866 NEIL, Cirena; m'd c1869 SMITH, Mrs. Mary F.; s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton; living 1887 Whitman Co., Washington

BLANTON, William (1833-1904 ): m'd 1855 RUSH, Elizabeth (1835-1896); s/o Isaac and Hannah (Munkers) Blanton; William and his wife are buried in Mulkey Cemetery, Lane Co, OR

*4) BLEVINS, Mary "Polly" (c1841 -1871): m'd c1857 DOYLE, John ( -1862); d/o William and Cassandra (Perman) Blevins; traveled with mother and step-father, Jeremiah Huntley; at least three children, including Joseph Edward. While her husband was away, in the 1860s, the family home was attacked by Coquelle Indians near Dillard, OR. She was badly beaten and thrown into a stream, presumed to be dead. Her daughter, Diona Doyle Luce was partially scalped but lived to be 100.

BLODGETT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BLODGETT, William (1811-1890): m'd 1840 BARR, Asenath; went to mines of CA in 1849; had no schooling in his youth but as a young man went to college; studied law but never took bar; spoke seven languages; settled in Benton County in an area 18 miles from Corvallis that was  named for him; in later years he was overtaken by a liquor habit that resulted in the loss of his possessions; see a picture of Rufus Blodgett, one of William and Asenath's sons

BOELLING, Conrad (1803-1885): m'd 1838 VEITH, Philipoena F.

BOELLING, Mary Christina Lydia (1839-1928): m'd 1854 FLAVEL, George; d/o Conrad and Philipoena (Vieth) Boelling

BOELLING, Wilamina F. "Mina" (1834-1892): m'd 1850 ROGERS, Moses; d/o Conrad and Philipoena (Vieth) Boelling

BOGGS, Sarah ( -1847): died on trail

BOLTON, John:

*11) BOND, Carolyn (1846- ): m'd 1862 LOVETT, William; d/o James and Laura (Jewett) Bond; died probably by 1865

*11) BOND, James Rev (1821-1849).: m'd 17 Oct 1843 JEWETT, Laura; s/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond; parents and siblings came to Oregon in 1853

*11) BOND, Minerva Amelia (1843-1903): m'd 1859 MCMULLEN, John; d/o James and Laura (Jewett) Bond

BONHAM, William:

BONSER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*10) BONSER, Abigail (1843-1864): m'd 1862 CASTO, William; d/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser; Abigail and her husband were killed by Indians near Seattle, WA

*10) BONSER, Clinton (1829-1902): m'd 1856 McQUINN, Mary A.; nephew of John Bonser; said to have come first in 1847; probably did not come until 1852

*10) BONSER, Elizabeth (1839-1879): m'd 1855 ARMSTRONG, Daniel Boone; d/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser

*10) BONSER, Hannah (1847-1865): m'd STYLES, Alva; d/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser; born Feb 1847 just prior to emigration; died with her husband in the wreck of the steamship "Brother Jonathan"

*10) BONSER, Hilton (1827-1881): m'd 1853 THOMAS, Margaret; nephew of John Bonser

*10) BONSER, James Halstead (1832-1909): m1.1853 THOMAS, Hannah; m2. 1886 PERCY, Rosette; ; s/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser

*10) BONSER, John Capt. (1803-1893): m1. 1827 HALSTEAD, Rebecca Wood.; m2. DOW, Mrs. Ruth Manchester (Gifford); s/o Isaac and Abigail (Burt) Bonser;
Bonser Family Story 

*10) BONSER, Julia (1839- ): d/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser; note: may be same as Elizabeth

*10) BONSER, Lewis (1828-1847): s/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser; died of "fever"  in Andrew Co, MO prior to emigration

*10) BONSER, Martha Jane (1837-1917): m'd 1853 ARMSTRONG, Marquis DeLafayette; d/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser

*10) BONSER, Stephen Decataur (1829-1917): m'd 1853 THOMAS, Mahala; s/o John and Rebecca (Halstead) Bonser

BOOTH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BOOTH, John (1804-1849): brother of Richard; died in gold fields; probably came 1847

BOOTH, John Routzon (1844-1920): m'd1868 OLDS, Ellenette "Ellen"; s/o Richard and Margaret (Routzon) Booth

BOOTH, Mary Elizabeth (1846-1923): m1. 1885 ALLEN, Robertson Smith; m2.MCDONALD, John A.; d/o Richard and Margaret (Routzon) Booth

BOOTH, Richard (1812-1883): m'd 1840 ROUTZON, Margaret

BOOTH, Sarah Alice (1843-1866): d/o Richard and Margaret (Routzon) Booth

BOOTH, William Jolly (1848-1900): m'd 1875 WYMER, Nancy E.; s/o Richard and Margaret (Routzon) Booth; born on arrival in Jan. or Feb.

BOOTH, Zebuda Jane (1841-1866?): m'd 1866 MINOR, George S.; d/o Richard and Margaret (Routzon) Booth

BORST, Diana (1814-1876): m'd 1837 COLLINS, Luther M.

BOSTON, John W. (1826-1896): m'd 1856 BEAVERT, Nancy

BOUNDS, James Lovelady (1830-1914): m'd 1853 LINVILLE, Rachel; s/o Obediah and Nancy (Lovelady) Bounds

*12) BOUNDS, Jane M. (1823/7-1908 ): m'd 1846 MCCARTY, Alexander Vance; d/o John Bird and Sarah (Lovelady) Bounds

*12) BOWERS, Thomas (1822- ): m1. 1850 VANDERPOOL, Jane; m2. 1859 MODEY, Martha V. (div. 1870/3); s/o William and Catherine (Linville) Bowers

BOWLES, Susannah (1793-1867): m'd 1822 WHITE, Thomas

BOWMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BOWMAN, Elizabeth (1784-1849): m'd BOWMAN, John; (maiden name unknown at this time-possibly Horne)

BOWMAN, John A. (1781-1858): m'd (Unknown), Elizabeth

BOWMAN, John M. (c1826-c1868): m'd 1849 DURBIN, Eliza Porter; s/o John and Elizabeth Bowman; to CA by 1851

BOWMAN, Mary (1811-1883): m'd 1832 HOLMAN, James S.; d/o John and Elizabeth Bowman

BOWMAN, Nancy (1810- ): m1. CARTER, (unknown); m2. 17 Sep. 1847 EVANS, Henry W.; d/o John and Elizabeth Bowman; came with two Carter sons, Hansford and Andrew

BOWMAN, Nathaniel Capt.: emigrant of 1845 who apparently returned east in 1846 and led a train of 12 wagons west from IL in 1847; served in the Cayuse war, returned east with Meek in 1848

BOWMAN, Preston (1828-1894): m'd 1850 ALLPHIN, America; s/o John and Elizabeth Bowman

BOYD, John (1818-1852): m'd 1850 ADAMS, Lodowiska

BOZARTH, Elizabeth (1817-1871): m1. 10 Nov 1834 LEGG, Williamm; m2. 07 Mar 1839 DORT, David; m3. 19 Feb 1843 LANCE, John; m4. 04 Jul 1849 MILLARD, Gideon G.; born 10 May 1817 Litchfield, Grayson County, KY and died 07 Oct 1871 Clark County, WA; d/o Squire and Mildred (Willis) Bozarth  

BOZARTH, John Shaw (1824-1882): m1. 1850 LUELLING, Asenath M.; m2. Ingram, Mrs. Louisa Ann JOHN Springer; s/o Squire and Mildred Bozarth pioneers of 1845; possibly came first in 1845

BOZARTH, Mary Ann (1822-1860): m'd 05 Jan 1845 STRONG, Solomon; born d/o Squire and Mildred (Willis) Bozarth;  born 01 Mar 1822 Marion County, MO and died 01 Jun 1860 Clark County, WA

BRADLEY, John J.: took the CA cut-off

*26) BRADSHAW, Mr.: fur trapper that joined the Thomas Cox train as a guide; see Joseph Bashaw

BRADY, "Bad": shady character who, with one Dooley, offered services (which were declined) as captains to William Vaughan train

BRALY, Eusebius Addison/Alexander "Sebe" (1846-1890): m1. (unknown), Sophie E.; m2. 1877 BLYTHE, Millie; s/o Rev. John E. and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRALY, Frank Clark (1839-1862): s/o James and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRALY, James Columbus (1833-1903): m'd 1856 WHISMAN, Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie"; s/o Rev. John E. and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRALY, James Eusebius Rev. (1805-1880): m'd 1830 Moultrie (Hyde), Susan; to California 1849

BRALY, John B.:

BRALY, John Hyde (1835-1923): m'd 1861 HUGHES, Martha Jane; s/o Rev. John E. and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRALY, Margaret Elizabeth "Lizzie" (1837-1915): m'd 1862 CORY, John Manning; d/o Rev. John E. and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRALY, Sarah Ann (1831-1916): m'd 1853 CORY, Benjamin; d/o Rev. John E. and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRALY, Susan Isabella (1844-1920): m'd 1864 BRALY, James Madison; d/o Rev. John E. and Susan (Hyde) Braly

BRAWLEY, Tobe Rev.: in Jolly Train per James Harrell; probably "Sebe" and same as Rev. John Eusebius Braly

BREWER, John:

BREWERTON, George D.:

BRIDGEFARMER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BRIDGEFARMER, Adam (1796-aft 1870):  did not marry; brother of David Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Adam Shuck (1838-1924): m'd 1865 HOLMES, Mary Emaline; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Alanson Lawson (1832-1906): m'd 1872 BOND, Susan Augusta; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Christian (1830-1909): m'd 1865 WISHARD, Martha Annis; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, David (1793-1864): m'd 1823 HALL, Nancy Ann "Annie"; brother of Adam Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, David McDonald (1837-1903): m'd 1868 ARCHER, Sarah Jane; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Eliza (1844- ): d/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer; either died young or possibly mistake for wife of William

BRIDGEFARMER, Emily (1825-1858): m'd 1850 GARLAND, Daniel O.; d/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Francis Marion "Frank" (1835-aft 1910): m'd 1867 HUTT, Jane Kansas; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Harriet (1834-1863): m'd 1855 CONDON, James B.; d/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Julia (1829-1870): m'd 1848 MARTIN, Norman; d/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Martin (1827-1880): m'd 1868 WARRINER, Mrs. Mary Ann; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer; wife's maiden name may have been GRIFFIN who possibly married first ARCHER or ARCHEY

BRIDGEFARMER, William J. (1833-c1912): m'd HOLMES, Eliza Ann; s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGEFARMER, Zezrell (1826- ): s/o David and Nancy (Hall) Bridgefarmer

BRIDGES, Sarah Jane (c1813- ): m'd 1833 PRESCOTT, Joseph N.; returned east by 1860

BRIGGS, Albert (1813-1884 ): m'd 1833 COOK, Isabel; s/o Benjamin and Electa Briggs; travelled under Capt. Shuck and Capt. Bonser, and took Columbia River route; ; settled Port Townsend area of Washington

BRIGGS, Ansil (1837- ): s/o Albert and Isabel (Cook) Briggs; died probably by 1856

BRIGGS, Daniel (1835-1916): m'd 1859 HENDERSON, Adaline; s/o Albert and Isabel (Cook) Briggs - note that although probably related to Albert Briggs, I could find no evidence of his parentage

*17) BRIGGS, Elias M. (1824-1896): m'd 1847 JOHNSON, Mary; s/o Isaac and Elizabeth (Morris) Briggs; took southern route into Oregon; was bringing hives of bees but lost them when his wagon overturned in water; settled in Lane Co

*17) BRIGGS, Isaac (1802-1891): m'd 1823 MORRIS, Elizabeth; took southern route into Oregon in company of Capt. D.D. Davis

BRIGGS, Noah C. (1839- ): s/o Albert and Isabel (Cook) Briggs;  died probably by 1856

BRIGGS, Sarah Jane (1841- ): m'd ROBINSON, Reuben Steven; d/o Albert and Isabel (Cook) Briggs; died probably by 1865

BRIGGS, William C. (1834-1856): s/o Albert and Isabel (Cook) Briggs 

BRINK, Martha Ann (1818-1895): m1. 1835 McBRIDE, Thomas Crawford Jr. Rev.; m2. 1850 BOUNDS, John Bird

BRISBIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BRISBIN, John S. (1823-1906): m'd 1851 KINNEY, Mary; s/o William and Sarah (Moore) Brisbin (spelled name as Brisbine)

BRISBIN, Nancy Craig (1813-1864): m'd 1835 HIBBARD, King Hibbard; buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Marion Co, OR; d/o John Brisbin (1846 pioneer who d. 1846)

BROCK, Elizabeth Jane: m’d EASTON, Redwood or Redman; died by Dec. 1856 or possibly on the Trail 

BROCK, Susan (1817-1888): m'd by 1835 KIMZEY/KIMSEY, John; m2. 1850 HYDE, Henry H.; died in Grant County and is buried at Prairie City Cemetery, Grant Co, OR

BRODER, Andrew Henderson (1826-1883): m'd 1854 SMITH, Sarah Anna; cut-off to CA

BRODERICK, Mary (1801-1888): m'd 1820 WATSON, Vincent

BRODHURST, Alice (c1827- ): m'd HARDMAN, Levi; cut-off to CA

BROUILLET FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BROUILLET, Jean Baptiste Abraham (1813-1884): Jean Baptiste Abraham Brouillet; came west with Father A.M.A. Blanchet; they were at Umatilla when the Whitman massacre took place; Brouillet and a servant or two bathed and buried the victims as best they could; the last five years of Brouillet's life were spent as Director of the Catholic Indian Bureau in Washington DC; he died in 1884 and was buried in that city

BROWN, Alexander Monroe (1802-c1855/7): m'd 1830 Martin, Rebecca M. SWAYZE

BROWN, Alexander Monroe (1840-1899): m1. 1867 WILSON, Sarah Mariah; m2. 1882 Selby, Mrs. P. M. GARDNER; s/o Alexander M. and Rebecca M. (Swayze) Brown

BROWN, Amanda Melvina (1838-1922): m'd 1855 RICKETTS, Edward J.; d/o Alexander M. and Rebecca M. (Swayze) Brown

BROWN, Andrew R. (1836-c1876): m'd 1869 GALBREATH, Jeanette; s/o Solomon and Mary (Ralston) Brown; was a teacher in Benton Co; moved to Salem c1875 to work in a drug store and to be a pharmacist

BROWN, Catherine "Kate" (1799-1879): m'd c1820 WHITE, Asa C. Rev.

BROWN, [daughter ] (c1840-1847): d/o of Solomon K. Brown, died and buried on the plains (possibly same as Sara d/o J. Brown below)

*26) BROWN, Elias (1810-1847): m'd 1835 COX, Lucinda; s/o David and Mary (Gregory) Brown; died on the plains of mountain fever

*26) BROWN, Elvira Chadwick (1844-1924): m1. 1860 BARKER, William Clement; m2. c1879 MATHENY, David Layson; d/o Elias and Lucinda (Cox) Brown; born 06 Jul 1844 and died 24 Feb 1924 California

BROWN, George (1823-1903): m'd 1850 HINES, Martha Ann

BROWN, Henry: m'd 1835 COX, Malinda; s/o David and Mary (Gregory) Brown

*26) BROWN, Isabella F.(c1847- ): d/o Elias and Lucinda (Cox) Brown; born about 6 Jan. 1848 on arrival

BROWN, J. Mr.: said to be father of Sara who d. on Trail; may be mistake for Solomon?

BROWN, James W./M. (c1831/5-1881): s/o Alexander M. and Rebecca M. (Swayze) Brown

*26) BROWN, Joseph Henry (1837-1898): m1. 1869 GRAVES,Margarette R.; m2. 1890 RANTZ, Hattie A.; s/o Elias and Lucinda (Cox) Brown;born 04 Aug 1837/8 and died 16 Aug 1898; author and historian, he went by J. Henry Brown, giving rise to oonfusion over his first name, often given as John; his second wife was in and out of mental institutions, giving birth to their only child in one in 1895, and was committed to the Oregon State Hospital for several years following his death

BROWN, Julia Ann (c1833-1906): m1. 1856 LENDINGHAM, Waldo;m2. 1858 TOOLEY, John Sloan; s/o Alexander M. and Rebecca M. (Swayze) Brown

*26) BROWN, Martha Jane (1840-1921): m1.1854 PENLAND, Henry; m2. 1891 ANDERSON, Samuel; m3. 1902 QUICK, D.C.; d/o Elias and Lucinda (Cox) Brown; born 04 May 1840 and died 03 Feb 1921

BROWN, Mary (1805-1851): m'd 1827 HOUSTON, Robert; most of the family are buried in the Houston Cemetery aka Knox Butte Cemetery aka East Albany Cemetery, Linn Co, OR - NOTE Robert Houston 1848 emig noted in Oregon Free Press newspaper Sep. 2, 1848

BROWN, Rachel (1804-1878): m1. 1827 CROSBY, John; m2. by 1870 ROWLAND, John M.; died 20 Dec. 1878 Dayton, Columbia Co., Washington; gravestone inscribed "Rachel Roland, mother of Mrs. D. D. Bunnell" - both of her daughters married for a second husband, Dennis Dowd Bunnell

BROWN, Robert W. "Robb" (1825-1891): m'd 1852 MILLS, Mary Jane; s/o James Monroe and Polly (Meade) Brown

BROWN, Sara (c1841-1847): d/o J. Brown; died 16 June on Trail -possibly this is d/o of Solomon?

BROWN, Sarah B. (c1842/9- ): m'd 1870 McINTIRE, William P.; d/o Alexander M. and Rebecca M. (Swayze) Brown; born either 1842 IA or 1849 OR

BROWN, Solomon Kelly (1810-1893): m1. 1832 RALSTON, Mary;m2. 1842 ROLAND, Ann D.; m3. 1880 DAVIS, Mrs. Huldah Ann;  the route Solomon took crossed southern ID and Oregon by way of Goose Lake to northern CA and reentered OR by way of the Rogue River Valley; he reached Wagner Buttes about ten miles south of Corvallis on Nov 8, 1847

BROWN, Susan (1809-1885): m1. ROBERTS, Chat; m2. 1835 MULKEY, Johnson

BROWN, Thomas (1810-1890): m'd FLETT,Sarah

BROWN, Warren:

BROWN, William B. (1833-1929): m'd 1884 BROWN, Louisa Jane; s/o Solomon K. and Mary (Ralston) Brown; returned to Ohio by about 1870

BROWN, William C. (1824-1909): m'd 1848TOWNSEND, Martha J.; s/o John and Mary (Chambers) Brown; dentist at Corvallis

BRUSH, John (1822-1909): m'd 1855 BREWSTER, Almira; went to California for gold 1849, then back east to Michigan until 1873 when he returned to Oregon

BRYANT, John David (1828-1864): m'd 1854 TRAPP, Christiana Ward

BUCK, Clarinda (1822-1863): m'd 1846 HARRIS, Reuben

BUCKALEW, Belinda (1810-1893): m'd 1829 PURDY, Aaron

BUCKALEW, Child ( -1847):   youngest c/o Garrett and Julia (McCoy) Buckalew died on the trail

BUCKALEW, Garrett ( -1847): m'd 1839 McCOY, Julia Ann; died 20 Oct. 1847 at Foster's, Oregon

BUCKALEW, Mary Ann "Annie" (c1842-1876): m'd 1862 FERRY, Clinton P.; d/o Garrett and Julia A. (McCoy) Buckalew

BUCKALOO, Joseph ( -1847): died 18 Nov. 1847; Felix A. Collard was appointed administrator of his estate 20 Dec. 1847; possibly related to Collard and/or to the Buckalews who came that year as well

BUCKINGHAM, George C. (1846-1920): m1. 1872 MARTIN, Mary Jane; m2. Michener, Sarah Ann NIBERT; s/o Hiram H. and Margaret (Kincaid) Buckingham

BUCKINGHAM, Hiram Heaton (1821-1854): m1. 1844 KINCAID, Margaret; m2. 1849 HINES, Sarah Catherine

BUCKMAN, Sophia H. (1825-1900): m1. 1842 SEELY, Lucius Alexander; m2. c1897 FORD, Franklin; said to have come in 1847, probably came 1851 

BUCKNER, Thomas M.:

BUDD, Caroline (1820-1904): m'd 1846 JORY, John Hicks; d/o Aaron and Phebe Budd; buried at Jory Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BUDD, Sarah Ann (1827-1923): m'd 1846 JORY, James Jr.; d/o Aaron and Phebe Budd; buried at Jory Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

BUELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*11) BUELL, Caroline (1826-1897): m1. 1847 FINDLEY, James Lindsay; husband died in 1847 at Ft. Vancouver of typhoid fever; m2. 1849 COURTNEY, John R.; buried Weston Cemetery, Umatilla Co, OR

*11) BUELL, Cyrus (1836-1920): m'd 1859 CAREY, Amanda Ellen; s/o Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell

*11) BUELL, Elias (1797-1871): m'd 1817 HAMMOND, Sarah; s/o Samuel and Jerusha (Griswold) Buell; farmer, miller, Methodist; reached Ft. Vancouver 15 Nov 1847; worked as blacksmith through winter; went to Polk Co where he plowed 25 acres and put up blacksmith shop; went to CA gold fields returning May 1849 with a little over $2000; built a sawmill in 1851which was destroyed by high water in 1863; buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

*11) BUELL, Eliza (1840-1910): m'd 1858 BROOKS, William; d/o Samuel and Mary (Seward) Buell

*11) BUELL, Elizabeth (1823-1902): m'd 1841 CONNER, Nathan; d/o Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell

*11) BUELL, Emeline (1829-1877): m'd 1850 BLAIR, Thomas Rainey; d/o Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell; buried Blair Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*11) BUELL, John: m'd 1856 FORD, Elizabeth J.; possibly s/o Samuel and Mary (Seward) Buell and may have come 1847

*11) BUELL, Martha Ann (1837-1922): m'd 1855 MANN, Lafayette; d/o Samuel and Mary (Seward) Buell

*11) BUELL, Matilda (1843-aft 1880): m'd 1859 CAREY, Joseph D.; d/o Samuel and Mary (Seward) Buell

*11) BUELL, Melissa (1831-1923): m1. 1850 HINSHAW, Isaac; m2. 1875 VANHORN, Isaac; m3. 1894 CONLEY, James Reuben; d/o Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell; buried Blair Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*11) BUELL, Polina (1833-1865): m'd 1851 ROWELL, Daniel C.; d/o Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell; Paulina and her husband and 4 of their children died in the wreck of the "Brother Jonathan"

*11) BUELL, Samuel (1811-1886): m'd 1836 SEWARD, Mary; s/o Samuel and Jerusha (Griswold) Buell

*11) BUELL, Samuel (1845-1927): m'd 1868 THARP, Margaret Jane; m2. Sleppy, Nancy Sophia BROWN; s/o Samuel and Mary (Seward) Buell

*11) BUELL, Sarah Ann (1839-1889): m'd 1854 MCKUNE, Robert; d/o Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell; buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

*11) BUELL, Sarah Frances (1836-1916): m1. 1854 GRIFFIN, Simeon Lang; m2. 1869 WALKER, Lycurgus F.; d/o Samuel and Mary (Seward) Buell

BUFFUM, Carlos (1829-1854): m'd 1850 WALLING, Lucy; s/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum; possibly he came earlier in 1845

BUFFUM, Celestia (1838-1912): m'd 1857 WALLING, Nelson D.; d/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum

BUFFUM, Haman (1841- ): m'd [Unknown], Marrie; s/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum

BUFFUM, Harriet (1833-aft 1902): m'd 1851 BOWMAN, Ira; d/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum

BUFFUM, Hiram "Barney" Jr. (1832-1900): m'd 1855 NEAL, Nancy; s/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum

BUFFUM, Hiram Barney Sr. (1800-1847): m'd 1821 PIERCE, Sarah "Sally"; s/o Stephan and Hannah Buffum; drowned in the raft river

BUFFUM, Josephine (1843- ): m'd 1860 THURBER, Charles; d/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum

BUFFUM, Phoebe (1835-1921): m'd 1851 BURCH, Charles Harold; d/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum; buried at Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR

BUFFUM, William B. (1846-1941): m'd 1868 BALCH, Celinda; s/o Hiram and Sarah (Pierce) Buffum

BURBANK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BURBANK, Aaron (1811/4-1862): m'd 1846 LASKEY, Susan/Sabrina; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Lucas) Burbank

BURBANK, Asa (1847-1913): m1. 1869 HAIGHT, Angeline; m2. 1883 DENNIS, Mary; m3. 1893 TUPPER, Rose; m4. 1896/8 Farrier, Allie Ann McCLAIN Allphin; s/o Aaron and Sabrina (Laskey) Burbank; born 5 July on the Trail near Chimney Rock

BURBANK, Asa Wakefield (1818-1872): m'd 1842 HILL, Emily Wealthy; s/o Thomas and Eliza (Lucas) Burbank; later returned east and died in Kansas

BURBANK, Harriet Eliza (1832-1861): m'd 1849 STURGESS, Melvin Dewitt; d/o Thomas and Eliza (Lucas) Burbank

BURBANK, Henry H. "Harry"(1828-1908): m'd 1854 HAIGHT, Minerva; s/o Thomas and Eliza (Lucas) Burbank

BURBANK, Lurissa Rosalia (1846-1925): m'd STAATS, Jacob Hipwell; d/o Asa W. and Emily (Hill) Burbank; later returned east and died in Kansas

BURBANK, Nancy (1815/17-1895): m1. 1832 ALDERMAN, Lorenzo; m2. 1837 DUNCAN, James; m3. 1848 BAKER, George McNamee

BURBANK, Thomas L. (1816-1868): m'd 1843 DAVIS, Sarah J

BURBANK, Thomas McMasters (1786-1854): m1. 1806 LUCAS, Elizabeth Williams "Eliza"; m2. 1854 Tupper, Susan MATTESON, div. soon; settled in Polk Co; first wife died on claim in 1852 leaving eight children

BURBEE, Augustus (1832-1919): m'd 1855 CHAPMAN, Arminda Jane; s/o Jonathan and Cynthia (Kesler) Burbee

BURBEE, Edgar (1844-1917): m'd 1884 FAUL, Ida; m2. 1892 MEHL, Lizzie; s/o Jonathan and Cynthia (Kesler) Burbee

BURBEE, Jonathan (1799-1852): m'd 1825 KESLER, Cynthia Louise; died in wreck of schooner "Demenst"

BURBEE, Jonathan Jr. (1834-1919): m'd 1856 MORE, Ellen M.; s/o Jonathan and Cynthia (Kesler) Burbee

BURBEE, Miriam (1846-1847): d/o Jonathan and Cynthia (Kesler) Burbee; died shortly after arrival

BURBEE, Norman (1837-1917): m'd 1859 JACKSON, Amanda; s/o Jonathan and Cynthia (Kesler) Burbee

BURBEE, Ralph "Rafe" (1841-1914): m'd 1867 WHITTLE, Josephine; s/o Jonathan and Cynthia (Kesler) Burbee

BURCH, Benjamin (1845-1908): s/o John and Lucy (Trent) Burch

BURCH, George Washington: s/o Samuel Burch

BURCH, Jacob Jefferson (1838-1913): m'd NANCE, Angeline D.; s/o Samuel and Eleanor (Locke) Burch

BURCH, John Wesley (1820-1908): m1. 08 Oct 1844 TRENT, Lucy Ann; m2. 1853 FINLEY, Huldah; s/o Samuel and (first wife) Burch

BURCH, Laura (1835- ): d /o Samuel and Eleanor (Locke) Burch; twin of Thomas; not known if she made emigration or whether she died prior to the journey

BURCH, Lucy Ann (1847-1930): m'd 1867 FLINT, Purdy John; d/o John W. and Lucy (Trent) Burch; born Feb. 1847 in Missouri

BURCH, Mary Eleanor (1832-1856): m'd 1851 JEFFREYS, John T.; d/o Samuel and Eleanor (Locke) Burch

BURCH, Faithful Louise (1829-1921): m'd 1845 FOSTER, James S.; d/o Samuel and Eleanor (Locke) Burch

BURCH, Samuel Judge (1793-1854): m1. m2. 1822 LOCKE, Eleanor S.; had three children by first marriage and 9 children by second marriage

BURCH, Samuel Townsend (1831-1927): m'd 1856 FORD, Sarah E.; s/o Samuel and Eleanor (Locke) Burch

BURCH, Thomas Sharp (1835- ): s/o Samuel and Eleanor (Locke) Burch; twin of Laura

BURGE, Eliza Ann (1817-1877): m'd 1832 LEE, Philester; d/o John Burge

BURGET, Reuben F. (1804- ): m'd 1831 RICE, Elvira; did not come with wife, who may have died previously; died after 1884

BURGET, Sarah:  

BURGET or BURGETT, William (1832-1914): m'd 1856 WOOD, Rebecca Jane; s/o Reuben F. and Elvira (Rice) Burget

BURGIN, Melinda (1808-1892): m'd 1830 GIBSON, William Owen

BURKHART, Catherine Jane (1832-1859): m'd 02 Jul 1848 WHITE, Edward Newton; d/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; born 01 Dec 1832 Greene Co, IL and died 26 Sep 1859 Albany, Linn Co, OR; buried in Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

BURKHART, Charlotte Elizabeth (1826-1857): m'd 23 Aug1849 LAYTON, Davis; d/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; born 08 Jun 1826 Hawkins Co, TN and died 03 Mar 1857 Linn Co, OR buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR; mother of two children (Augustus Caesar and Ladonia); was a school teacher prior to her marriage

BURKHART, George Washington (1845-1905): m'd 1870 COOPER, Nancy M.; s/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; born 18 Oct 1846 and died 1905 Albany, Linn Co, OR; father of one child (Hettie); blacksmith; served as US Deputy Marshal for nine years, Albany city marshal two terms and Albany city constable two terms.

BURKHART, John (1786-1855): m'd 07 Mar 1816 BALTZELL, Rebecca; born 26 Sep 1787 Hagerstown, Washington Co, MD and died 30 Sep 1856 Albany, Linn Co, OR; s/o George Peter Burkhart and Anna Margaretha Zimmerman; father of 10 children (Raymond Sanderson (pioneer of 1846), Calvin Peter (Pioneer of 1851), Coriolanius Damarius (Pioneer of 1845), Leander Columbus, Charlotte Elizabeth, Catherine Jane, Loueasa Matilda, John Baltzell, Rebecca Ann and George Washington);

BURKHART, John Baltzell (1838-1914): m. 15 May 1889 WALLEN, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; born 03 Feb 1838 Burlington, Des Moines Co, IA and died 07 Nov 1914 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA;

BURKHART, Leander "Lee" Columbus (1823-1875): m'd 21 Jul 1851 DAVIDSON, Melissa Ann; s/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; Leander was born 14 Nov 1823 Hawkins Co, TN and died 03 Nov 1875 Albany, Linn Co, OR; buried Riverside cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR; father of six children (Hezekiah Davidson, Frances Ann, Nellie Olivia, Robert Lee, William Chester and Bessie); merchant and farmer; kept diary of 1847 journey west

BURKHART, Loueasa "Lou" Matilda (1836-1907): m1. 09 Jul 1855 THOMPSON, David M.; m2. 10 Aug 1882 FOSTER, James H.; d/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; born 15 Jun 1836 Carolton, Greene Co, IL and died 15 Jan 1907 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of 2 children by first marriage (Harriet Louise and Edward)

BURKHART, Rebecca Ann (1841-1919): m'd 1858 GAY, Charles F.; d/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart

BURNSIDE, David (1813-1887): m1. 1838 FENIMORE, Sarah, div. 1850; m2. 1853 Unknown, Mary Ann; s/o Daniel and Mary (Haney) Burnside

BURNSIDE, Jane (1817-1899): m'd 1837 CAUFIELD, Robert; d/o Daniel and Mary (Haney) Burnside

BURROWS, Arthur (1798-1879): m'd 1823 RICE, Nancy P.; came alone; his daughter Mary Ann with her husband Charles LEWIS came west in 1845 

BUSH, Delia Ann (1809-1894): m'd HARRISON, Hugh; Bush Letter . This letter dated Aug 13, 1851 was sent to her brother, Palemon Cage Bush in MO.

*13) BUSHNELL, Anna Hulbert (1808-1858): m'd1829 RICHARDSON, Nathaniel Carpenter; d/o John and Hannah (Tryon) Bushnell, born 17 Aug 1808 Addison Co, VT and died 03 Jan 1858 Hillsboro, Washington Co, OR; buried Lewis Cemetery, Hillsboro, Washington Co, OR; mother of 7 children ( Mary Elizabeth, John A., George Washington, Frances M., Lois Ann, Cornelia Lucretia and Peter H.)

BUSHNELL, Daniel N. (1837-1865): m'd 1862 CROW, Priscilla Ann; s/o Newton and Jane (Oliver) Bushnell

BUSHNELL, Estella "Stella"(1818- ): m'd 1844 KELLOGG, Joseph; may have come in 1848

BUSHNELL, Eunice R. (1832- ): m'd 1848 CLINE, Joseph; s/o Newton and Jane (Oliver) Bushnell; died probably by 1867

BUSHNELL, John W.:

BUSHNELL, Joseph Oliver (1839- ): s/o Newton and Jane (Oliver) Bushnell; possibly m�d 1874 WILLIAMSON, Lavina Estella and died 1914 Victoria, B.C. - NOTE the Bushnell who m'd 1870 FARRELL, Sarah was John Addison Bushnell

BUTLER, James (1813-1907): m1. 1837 ROBINSON, Nancy S. (she d. c1842); m2. 1854 Conklin, Lucinda Isabelle DOUGLASS

BUTLER, Richard T. (c1841- ): s/o James and Nancy S. (Robinson) Butler

BUTLER, Susan Melissa (1840-1944): m1. 1857 RIGGS, Silas Thompson; m2. 1867 RICHARDSON, James W.; d/o James and Nancy S. (Robinson) Butler; age 103 years 8 months 23 days at death

BYBEE, Anne Elizabeth (1844-1885): m'd 1864 PAYNE, Joel W.; d/o James F. and Julia A. (Miller) Bybee; came 1845 or 1847

BYBEE, James Francis (1818-1901): m'd 1842 MILLER, JuliaAnn; arrived in Oregon 22 Aug. 1847; his wife and two children may have come in 1845 with her parents and it is possible 1847 was his second trip

BYBEE, Robert Emmet (1843-1893): m'd 1869 STARKEY, Ella E.; s/o James F. and Julia A. (Miller) Bybee; came 1845 or 1847

CADWALLADER, Jesse (1811- ):  

CADY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CADY, Thomas W. (1814-1865): m'd 1848 Alvord MICHAEL, Elizabeth; Cady was found on the trail unconscious by the Michael party and he traveled the remainder of the way with them in William Vaughn train.  He moved back east c1860s and is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery at Lake Geneva, Walworth Co, WI

CAGE, Sarah (c1815-c1856): m'd 1833 SEWARD, Mason S.

CALAVAN, Joel (1825-1859): m'd 1848 CURL, Parthena

CALLAHAN, Clifton Rhodes (1825-1892): m'd 1851 KLINGLER, Christina Willemina

CAMPBELL, Almira Jane (1846-1920): m'd 1875 ROBBERSON, Bennett Harrison; d/o James Alexander and Margaret A. (Crisp) Campbell

CAMPBELL, James Alexander (1817-1883): m'd 1838, CRISP, Margaret Ann �Peggy�; part of a train from Texas that joined up with the Cornelius Smith train

CAMPBELL, James P. (1844- ): m'd 1867 SMITH, Flora; s/o Samuel and Catherine (Milton) Campbell

CAMPBELL, Samuel L. (1819- ): m'd 1842 MILTON, Catherine

CAMPBELL, Texas Ann (1844- ): d/o James and Margaret (Crisp) Campbell

CANFIELD, Albert (1845-aft 1880): m'd 1866 BAKER, Matilda; s/o William and Sallie (Lee) Canfield; survivor of the Whitman Massacre; resided in Sonoma Co, CA until 1880 when he is shown living in Spokane, Kootenai Co, ID. Father of (William 1872-? and Albert 1875-?)

;CANFIELD, Clarissa A. (1840-1911): m'd c1857 KNOWLES, James H.; d/o William D. and Sallie (Lee) Canfield;  survivor of the Whitman Massacre; mother of  (William H. Knowles 1858-?) CANFIELD, Ellen S. (1831-1865): m'd SALISBURY, Unknown; d/o William and Sallie (Lee) Canfield; survivor of the Whitman Massacre; died in Sonoma Co, CA

CANFIELD, Ellen S. (1831-1865): m'd SALISBURY, John; d/o William D. and Sallie (Lee) Canfield; survivor of the Whitman Massacre;

CANFIELD, Oscar Fitzallen (1838-1926): m'd 1861 MAPLE, Cynthia Ann; s/o William and Sallie (Lee) Canfield; survivor of the Whitman Massacre; lived in Sonoma Co, CA until 1880 when he is shown living in Spokane, Kootenai Co, ID.  Father of (Mary 1866-?, Sherman 1868-?, Sallie Augusta 1873-?, Oscar Berton 1874-?, Charles Oliver 1875-?, Nathan 1878-? and Joseph L. 1879-?)

CANFIELD, Sylvia Ann (1842-1854): d/o William and Sallie (Lee) Canfield; survivor of the Whitman Massacre; died at the age of 12 on Feb 4, 1854 in Sonoma, CA

CANFIELD, William Daniel (1810-1893): m'd 1828 LEE, Sallie Ann;William D. Canfield was born in Vermont Oct 22, 1810.  While living in Vermont he married Sallie Ann Lee on June 10, 1828.  They moved to Springfield, PA in 1837 and resided there for two years prior to moving to Jersey County, IL.  They farmed in that area until June 1842 when they moved to IA.  He was responsible for laying out the Oskaloosa town square while in residence. Finding the IA winters too cold they decided to move to Oregon where the climate was reportedly milder.  In company with the Oskaloosa Company of 1847 they emigrated west.  Upon arrival the family stopped at the Whitman Mission and became victims of the Whitman Massacre.  William escaped to Lapwai and the remainder of the family was later ransomed.  They resided in what is now Washington for a time and then moved to Sonoma County, CA where William and Sallie lived out their years. Father of (Nathan Lee 1829-1835, Ellen S., 1831-1865, Oscar F. 1838-1926, Clarissa 1840-?, Sylvia Ann 1842-1854, Albert 1845-?, William D. 1848-1849 and Julia 1850-1850).

CANFIELD, William Daniel Jr.(1848-1849): m'd NEVER MARRIED; s/o William and Sallie (Lee) Canfield; born Feb at Oregon City after mother was rescued from Whitman Massacre and died a year later

*16: CANNON, Margaret (1811-1879): m'd 1829 HUBBARD, Charles; buried in Hubbard Cemetery, Hubbard, Marion Co, OR

*16: CANNON, Susannah (1793-1870): m'd 1815 ROBINSON, William Rev.

CANTRELL, Ari (1826-1893): possibly m'd 1883 WARD, Mary Emily

CANTRELL, John Milton (1820-1907): m1. 1851 RAY, Martha Jane; m2. Ward CRUISE, Susan; s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Mulkey) Cantrell; moved to CA during gold rush

*16: CAPPS, Benjamin Perry (1838-1875): s/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

*16: CAPPS, David Hubbard (1834- ): s/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps; disinherited by his father in 1873, his whereabouts were unknown

*16: CAPPS, Francis Marion "Frank" (1842-1904): m'd 1883 WELSCH, Emma Robinson; s/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

*16: CAPPS, Isaac (1808-1873): m'd 1832 HUBBARD, Jemima; brother of Stanford Capps

*16: CAPPS, John (1836-1862): m'd 1862 CRAGHEAD, Mary E.; s/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

*16: CAPPS, Laura Ann (1846-1886): m'd 1862 GILLIAM, William H./A.; d/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

*16: CAPPS, Mary Jane (1844-1865): m'd 1859 FOREMAN, Stephen W.; d/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

*16: CAPPS, Stanford Capt.: brother of Isaac Capps; led a small group of family and friends

*16: CAPPS, Stanford (1832-1874): NEVER MARRIED; s/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

*16: CAPPS, CAPPS, William Oscar (1840-1929): m1. 1862 SCOTT, Christina; m2. 1895 Warrington, Julia A. MICHAEL; s/o Isaac and Jemima (Hubbard) Capps

CAREY, unknown (c1847- ): infant d/o William and Elizabeth (Whitcher) Carey; born either just prior to leaving Indiana or soon after they left and started across the plains to Oregon, she was taken back to the settlements and left there

*11) CAREY, Amanda Ellen (1843-1908): m'd 1859 BUELL, Cyrus; d/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey

CAREY, Ann Deliza (1834-1922): m1. 1855 COX, John W.; m2. 1863 CANNON, William R.; d/o William B. and Elizabeth (Whitcher) Carey

*11) CAREY, Charles A. (1840-1932): m1. 1865 HAYNES, Elizabeth Jane; m2. WHITLOW, Jennie D.; s/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey

CAREY, Esther (1832-1919): m'd 1852 MILLER, Andrew Jackson; d/o William B. and Elizabeth (Whitcher) Carey

*11) CAREY, George W. (1845- ): m'd 1875 WALKER, Lucy M.; s/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey

*11) CAREY, James (1831-1857): s/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey

CAREY, Jerusha (1830-1890): m'd 1849 MOORE, Almon; d/o William B. and Elizabeth (Whitcher) Carey

*11) CAREY, John (1802-1880): m'd 1824 ODELL, Ruth

*11) CAREY, John Wesley (1834-1919): m'd 1866 HASH, Caroline Frances; s/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey

*11) CAREY, Joseph Doan (1837- ): m1. 1859 BUELL, Matilda; m2. 1895 LIVERMORE, Emma M.; s/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey; died after 1930

CAREY, Robert Bates (1842-1921): m'd 1862 McCRAW, Ailcy Frances; s/o William B. and Elizabeth (Whitcher) Carey

*11) CAREY, Sarah Ann (1829-1904): m'd 1851 MCKUNE, William Henry; d/o John and Ruth (Odell) Carey

CAREY, William Bruce (1806-1884): m'd 1829 WHITCHER,Elizabeth; his wife is said to have died soon on the Trail, leaving an infant daughter which he took back to the settlements before resuming the journey with the remaining four children

CARLISLE, Eben Warren (1817/27-1910): m1. 1855 SYRON, Lydia or Lynda Matilda; m2. by 1879 STEWART, Mary Ann or Miriam; related to Peter G. Carlyle and may have accompanied him in 1847

CARLYLE or CARLILE, Elcey Ann (1837-1916): m'd 1851 TONEY, William Litton; d/o Peter G. and Nancy (Newcomb) Carlyle

CARLYLE or CARLILE, George P. (c1835- ): m1. 1859 MOORE, Mary; m2. by 1880 Tabor, Harriet "Hattie" DESPAIN; s/o Peter G. and Nancy (Newcomb) Carlyle; living 1887 in Klickitat Co. Washington

CARLYLE or CARLILE, James Edward (1844-1919): m1. 1865 STORY, Louisa Benewell; m2. 1890 Greenway, Mary Jane EDENBURG; s/o Peter G. and Nancy (Newcomb) Carlyle; moved in the early 1870's to Klickitat Co., Washington, and later to Coquille River, eventually moving to Alberta, Canada, where he died

CARLYLE or CARLILE, Mary Jane (1842-1916): m1. 1854 WING, Alanson L.; m2. 1888 GREEN, H. L.; m3. 1895 SPENCER, John P.; m4. 1903 GLIDDEN, William Wallace: d/o Peter G. and Nancy (Newcomb) Carlyle

CARLYLE, Peter George. (1811-c1883 ): m'd 1834  NEWCOMB, Nancy; name also appears as CARLILE or CARLISLE

CARNES, Euphema Phoebe (1822-1860): m'd 1843 RHOADES, Alphonso; buried Champoeg Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

CARPENTER, Sarah "Sally" (1811-1856): m1. 1830MULKEY, Thomas; m2. 1850 LANCEFIELD, Robert J.

CARROLL, Hannah (1824-1870): m'd 1843 COYLE, Reuben S.; d/o Stephen and Sarah (French) Carroll

CARROLL, Samuel (1820-1906): m'd 1853 SCOTT, Margaret E.; s/o Stephen and Sarah (French) Carroll

CARROLL, Stephen (1793-1883): m'd 1814 FRENCH, Sarah

CARTER, Andrew Arthur (c1835- ): m'd 1861 RILEY, Nancy Jane; s/o Nancy (Bowman) Carter; probably died between 1870 and 1880

CARTER, Charles (c1842- ): s/o James and Barbara (Derr) Carter

CARTER, Charles M. (1831-1909): m'd 1862 ARCHER,Mary Hannah; s/o Thomas and Minerva (Feltch) Carter; later resided Washington D.C

CARTER, Cynthia Ann (1847-1874): m1. c1863 PEPPER, Charles; m2. 1871 SIMPSON, Abijah Allen; d/o James and Barbara (Derr) Carter

CARTER, Elizabeth (1845-1924): m'd 1865 GROVER, Lafayette; d/o Thomas and Minerva (Feltch) Carter; her husband was later Governor of Oregon

CARTER, Hansford F. (1834-1861): s/o Nancy (Bowman) Carter

CARTER, James (c1818-c1847): m'd 1841 DERR, Clara Barbara "Barbary"; he died before Dec. 1847, possibly on the Trail or back east; at least his wife and three children came in 1847

CARTER, Jane Minerva (1835-1921): m'd 1851 KINETH, John; d/o Thomas and Minerva (Feltch) Carter

CARTER, Julia Ann (c1828/9-1886): m'd 1849 SMITH, Joseph Showalter; d/o Thomas and Minerva (Feltch) Carter

CARTER, Lafayette:  

CARTER, Mary Elizabeth (1844/5-1911): m1. 1861 LINVILLE, William T.; m2. 1865 HART, Moses W.; d/o James and Barbara (Derr) Carter

CARTER, Thomas (1804-1887): m'd 1826  FELTCH, Minerva

CARTER, Thomas Jefferson (1834-1880): m'd 1854 JEWETT, Emma Brown; s/o Thomas and Minerva (Feltch) Carter

CARTWRIGHT, Edward:

CARTWRIGHT, John C.: m'd 1860 HELM, Mary J.

CARTWRIGHT, Theodore:

CARUTHERS, Elizabeth (c1776-c1857): m'd 1818 THOMAS, Joseph;  when Elizabeth and her son left Missouri on the Oregon Trail they took on the Elizabeth's maiden name so as to avoid being found by her husband, Joseph Thomas.  Both are buried at Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery in Portland [per Annette Caruthers]

CARUTHERS, Finice (1818-1860): NEVER MARRIED; s/o Josehp and Elizabeth (Caruthers); when Finice and his mother left Missouri on the Oregon Trail they took on the maiden name of the mother so as to avoid being found by the father, Joseph Thomas.  Both are buried at Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery in Portland [per Annette Caruthers]

CARVER, T. J. Capt.:

 CARY, William B. - see CAREY, William Bruce

CASE, Bascom (1833- ): m'd 1855 BENNETT, Mary Susanna; s/o Benjamin and Mary (White) Case; cut off for CA

CASE, Benjamin Allen (1795-1871): m'd 1821 WHITE, Mary Amney; cut off for CA

CASE, Rollin Dwight (1844-1908): m'd 1867 WAGOR, Rose; s/o Benjamin and Mary (White) Case; cut off for CA

CATCHING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CATCHING, Benjamin Holland (1811-1894): m'd 1833 MURRAY, Lavina H.; s/o John and Jane (Warren) Catching; believed to be 45�er but may have come in 1847

CATCHING, Ephraim Cannon (1831/3-1902): m1. 1856 QUINTON, Frances; m2. 1870 PORTER, Virginia Frances; m3. 1876 MOORE, Mary; s/o John and Jane (Warren) Catching; came with brother James; parents may have come in 1845

CATCHING, George W. (1838- ): m'd (unknown), Ellen: s/o Benjamin and Lavina (Murray) Catching; may have come 1845

CATCHING, James Center (1827-1905): m'd 1854 RUSSELL, Patsy Ellen; s/o John and Jane (Warren) Catching  Where Portland Stands-Reminiscence of James Catching

CATCHING, Louisa Frances: d/o Benjamin and Lavina (Murray) Catching

CATCHING, John Samuel (1820-1898/1909): m'd 1847 WILSON, Margaret; s/o John and Jane (Warren) Catching; married 9 or 10 May 1847 Clackamas Co., Oregon; probably came 1845 

CATCHING, Joseph A.: s/o Benjamin and Lavina (Murray) Catching; possibly the son who died 20 Oct. 1848 OR?; may have come 1845

CATCHING, Louisa Frances (1843-1911): m'd 1867 HUGHES, Samuel V.; d/o Benjamin and Lavina (Murray) Catching; may have come 1845 i

CATCHING, Mary Jane (1840-1867): m'd 1858 DIXON, Ellis Watson; d/o Benjamin and Lavina (Murray) Catching; may have come 1845 i

CATCHING, William N. (1837-1898): s/o Benjamin and Lavina (Murray) Catching; may have come 1845

CAUFIELD, Elizabeth (1848-1855): d/o Robert and Jane (Burnside) Caufield; born 22 Jan. 1848 on arrival

CAUFIELD, David (1845-1936): m'd 1876 BEATIE, Mary "Mollie"; s/o Robert and Jane (Burnside) Caufield

CAUFIELD, Robert (1805-1890): m'd 1837 BURNSIDE, Jane

CAUFIELD, Robert Frew (1843-1925): m'd 1868 POPE, Emma; s/o Robert and Jane (Burnside) Caufield

CAYWOOD, Francis Mrs. (1812- ):  

CHAMBERLAIN, David (1819-1892): m'd 1855 COOPER, Martha Ann; s/o Hachaliah and Hannah (Delano) Chamberlain; cousin of Thomas Cady, started 1847 in Thomas Cox's "Chicago" company

CHAMBERLAIN, Irene (1808-1871): m'd 1829/30 WHITCOMB, Lot; d/o Ephraim Chamberlain

CHAMBERLAIN, John (1814-1891): m'd 1849 SMITH, Maria, div. 1867; in Oregon by Oct. 1847; possibly m2. 1867 DELAPENA, Teresa; s/o Theophilus and Catherine (Whitaker) Chamberlain

CHAMBERLIN, Joseph (1816-1887): m'd 1843 WARREN, Olive; said to be pioneer of 1847; they were in Macomb Co. MI in 1850, and in Oregon (again?) in 1857

CHAMBERS, Matthew Cary (1819-1898): m'd 1851 KNOX, Mary Margaret

CHAMBREAU, Belle: m'd CHAMBREAU, J. Edward

CHAMBREAU, J. Edward:

CHANDLER, William:

CHAPIN, James M. (1823-1901): never married

CHAPLIN, Mary Jarvis (1821-1877): m'd 1839 TUSTIN, Charles Samuel

CHAPMAN, Arthur Inghram (1837-1905): m'd c1888 LOVELESS, Jennie E.; s/o William W. and Margaret F. (Inghram) Chapman

CHAPMAN, Edmond or Edward (c1843-1859): s/o Wiley and Ruhamah (Stockton) Chapman

[UNKNOWN], Henry (c1820- ): black steward of William W. Chapman

CHAPMAN, Houston Ingraham (1847-1879): m'd 1876 INGHRAM, Agnes; s/o William W. and Margaret F. (Inghram) Chapman; born 28 Apr. 1847 Oskaloosa, Iowa; attorney, assassinated in New Mexico 18 Feb. 1879 during the Lincoln County wars

CHAPMAN, James Grimes (1840-1889):

CHAPMAN, John B. (1798- ): said to have come 1847 with son John M.

CHAPMAN, John Montgomery (1825/7-1896): m'd 1861 DOFFLEMYER, Sarah Elizabeth; son of John B. Chapman; located in what became Washington state

CHAPMAN, Mahala (1812-1874): m'd 1827 RIGGS, Daniel

CHAPMAN, Mary Catherine (1845-1931): m1. 1861 MULHOLLAN, John; m2. 1870 BRAINARD, Edward Charles; m3. 1894 GALBRAITH, William J.; d/o William W. and Margaret F. (Inghram) Chapman

CHAPMAN, Memory Noble (1845-1889): m'd 1868 THATCHER, Jennie; s/o Wiley and Ruhamah (Stockton) Chapman 

CHAPMAN, Rhoda A. (1836/8-1901): m'd EDES, George Alfred; d/o Wiley and Ruhamah (Stockton) Chapman

CHAPMAN, Sarah Evaline (1834-1858): m'd c1853 MARYE, Simon Bolivar; d/o William W. and Margaret F. (Inghram) Chapman

CHAPMAN, Thomas (c1835-1904): s/o William W. and Margaret F. (Inghram) Chapman

CHAPMAN, Wilie or Wiley Capt. (1814-1884): m1. 1835 STOCKTON, Loruhama "Ruhamah" (1820-1847); m2. 1854 MATLOCK, Ellen; s/o Edmund Wilson and Mary Ann (Wood) Chapman

CHAPMAN, William H. (c1841- ): m'd (unknown), Ella; s/o Wiley and Ruhamah (Stockton) Chapman

*1) CHAPMAN, William (1824-1911): m'd 1849 BEWLEY, Esther Lorinda; s/o John and Sally (Pierce) Chapman

CHAPMAN, William Warner (c1842-1901): m'd 1869 RODGERS, Anna E.; s/o William W. and Margaret F. (Inghram) Chapman

CHAPMAN, William Williams (1808-1892): m'd 1832 INGHRAM, Margaret Fee

CHATFIELD, William Barrick (1812-1892): m1. 1838 TUPPER, Elvira; m2. 1848 WILCOX, Elmira; m3. 1865 O'Brien, Mrs. Lura Bradley WILCOXEN

CHILDERS, Columbus W. (c1828-1875): m'd 1853 MORGAN, Eliza Jane; s/o Robert and Mary Ann (Surber) Childers

CHILDERS, Henry Carroll (1834-1913): m1. 1857 McDONALD, Susan F.; m2. 1866 ASHBY, Lucy Ann; s/o Robert and Mary Ann (Surber) Childers

CHILDERS, John M. (1832- ): m'd 1877 CARDWELL, Mary Malvina; s/o Robert and Mary Ann (Surber) Childers

CHILDERS, Mary Ellen (1830-1923): m'd 1846 NYE, John S.; d/o Robert and Mary Ann (Surber) Childers; possibly arrived in OR later

CHILDERS, Robert (1802-1855): m'd 1828 SURBER, Mary Ann; Captain Childers was mentioned in the A. B. Harden journal as leading the group behind his on 1 June 1847 on the Platte River; Robert Childers arrived in Oregon prior to 1 Dec. 1850 and seems most likely to be this man

CHILDERS, William Perry (c1843-1864): did not marry; s/o Robert and Mary Ann (Surber) Childers

CHILDS, Mr. ( - ): saved from drowning at the Mormon ferry

CHILDS, Caroline E. (1824-1910): m'd 1845 VANDUSEN, Adam

CHIROUSE, Eugene Casimir (1820-1892):

CHURCHILL, Clark Nelson (1845-1915): m'd 1876 LONG, Sarah Isabelle; s/o Joseph and Lucy (Pangburn) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Enoch Chester (1841-1920): m1. 1868 THOMAS, Mariah Alvira; m2. 1885 McKINNEY, Sarah E.; s/o Joseph and Lucy (Pangburn) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Joseph (1811-1892): m'd 1840 PANGBURN, Lucy; s/o Benjamin and Catherine (Blaine) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Lewis (1806-1869): m'd 1835 COOPER, Mary Ann "Polly"; s/o George and Sarah (Arnold) Churchill; came alone in 1847, returned to Iowa and brought family out in 1853

CHURCHILL, Lydia Jane (1848-1891): m'd 1868 BIER, Nicholas; d/o Joseph and Lucy (Pangburn) Churchill; born 14 Jan. 1848 on arrival

CIRCLES or CIRCLE, Vincent (1845-1932): m'd 1870 BACKUS, Mary Jane; s/o William and Permelia (Watson) Circles; said to be pioneers of 1847 - see his parents below

CIRCLES, William (1824-1907): m'd 1844 WATSON, Permelia; said to be pioneers of 1847, if so they returned to Missouri by 1849 and came again by 1869; enumerated 1850 in Scotland Co., MO, and in 1860 in Linn Co., KS

CLARK, David Kelso (1847-1899): m'd 1875 WAGGENER, Roena E.; s/o Jason and Anna (Michael) Clark; born 25 Dec. 1847 on arrival

CLARK, Elizabeth Lydia (1843-1922): m'd 1864 STARK, James Rice; d/o Jason and Anna (Michael) Clark

CLARK, James William (1845-1906): m'd 1867 McMILLIN, Laura Stella; s/o Jason and Anna (Michael) Clark

CLARK, Jason Squire (1819-1897): m1. 1837/8 MICHAEL, Anna; m2. 1869 KUNES, Mrs. Rachel; m3. 1877 HACKNEY, Mrs. Emily; s/o Archibald and Nancy (Pope) Clark

CLARK, Oscar Fitsallen (1824-1895): m'd 1849 ALLEN, Mary Ann

CLAY, Sarah Thompson (1822-1895): m'd 1839 GILLIAM, Andrew Jackson; d/o Johnson Clay ( - 1860) & Rebecca Collet (1805-1857)

CLAYPOOL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CLAYPOOL, Charity (1830- ): d/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool; possibly came in 1847; not found on 1850 Census or estate papers

CLAYPOOL, David Wesley (1836-1903): s/o Rueben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Eliza Ann (1847-1910): m'd 1867 McMULLEN, Samuel; d/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool, born 27 Oct. 1847 in Oregon on arrival

CLAYPOOL, Elizabeth "Betsy" (1823-1847): m'd 1838 CLIFTON, John Lewis; d/o Reuben and Martha (Russell) Claypool; died about 31 July 1847 on the Trail at Bear River

CLAYPOOL, Margaret Frances (1839-1865): m'd 1860 WASHBURN, James Harrison; d/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Mary T. (1827-1854): m'd 1848 MILLER, Robert Carolina; d/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Minerva (1841- ): m'd 1860 FOGEL, George; d/o Rueben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Rebecca Jane (1832-1865): m'd 1850 DICKSON, James S.; d/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Reuben Fletcher (1845-1914): m'd 1871 WILSON, Fannie J.; s/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, Reuben Rev. (1791-1863): m1. 1820 RUSSELL, Martha; m2. 1827 ADAIR, Isabella Anne; probably the �Capt. Claypool� mentioned in accounts; buried Claypool-Parrish Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CLAYPOOL, Sarah Eveline (1829-1854): m'd 1849 SETTLE, John H.; d/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYPOOL, William Redman (1843-1911): m'd 1885 SIEBENTHALER, Isabella; s/o Reuben and Isabella (Adair) Claypool

CLAYTON, Jesse (1828-1910): m'd 1868 HECKATHORN, Lydia E. Mrs.

CLELAND or CLELEN, John Henry (1842/43-1922): m'd 1866 YOUNG, Melinda A.; son of Robert and Adalasha (Gilmore) Cleland

CLELAND, Robert (1820-c1881): m1. 1840 GILMORE, Adalasha; m2. 1859 Wilson, Mrs. Mary CRABTREE; first wife died 1847 of measles on Molalla Creek on arrival; to Texas by 1870

CLELAND, William (c1841-1855/6): s/o Robert and Adalasha (Gilmore) Cleland; died age 15

CLEMENTS, Elizabeth:

CLEMENTS, William "Bill": adopted son of Joseph S. Danforth

CLIFTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
 CLIFTON, Andrew Jefferson (1843-1907): m'd 1879 PARKER, Flora E.; s/o John and Betsy (Claypool) Clifton

CLIFTON, B. T. - see CLIFTON, Reuben Thomas

CLIFTON, Martha Ann (1839-1918): m'd 1857 BALTIMORE, Aaron H.; d/o John and Betsy (Claypool) Clifton

CLIFTON, Reuben Thomas "B. T." (1841-1883): m'd 1876 STANLEY, Emily A.; s/o John and Betsy (Claypool) Clifton

CLIFTON, Sarah Elizabeth (1847-1936): m'd 1866 BARGER, Cyrus Willard; d/o John L. and Betsy (Claypool) Clifton; born 10 Apr. 1847 St. Joseph, Missouri

CLINE, George (1799-1864): m1. 1819 REED, Mary; m2. 1834 DAVID, Jane; m3. 1840 Bushnell, Jane OLIVER*

CLINE, Jane Emily (1843-1867): never married; d/o George and Jane (Oliver) Cline

CLINE, Joseph (1823/7-1902?): m'd 1848 BUSHNELL, Eunice R.; s/o George and Mary (Reed) Cline; married his step-sister

CLINE, Lewis C. (1830-1904): m�d 1849 GREENWOOD, Mary C.; s/o George and Mary (Reed) Cline

CLINE, Peter O. (1846-1861): s/o George and Jane (Oliver) (Bushnell) Cline

COCHRAN, Delilah (1847-1854): d/o William and Mary �Polly� (Johnson) Cochran; born on the Trail

COCHRAN, John (1817- ): s/o 1845'er James Cochran; said to have come 1847

COCHRAN, Mahala Frances (1846-1922): m1. 1863 RICE, Francis M. "Frank"; m2. 1887 TURNER, Thomas; d/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, Mary Ann (1838-1863): m'd 1856 POWELL, Hiram Rice; d/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, Minerva J. (1843-1878): m'd 1863 RILEY, Rev. Stephen Lattamus; d/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, Nancy Ellen (1841-1910): m'd 1861 SPERRY, Elisha Green; d/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, Nelson J. (1835-1919): m'd 1862 BROWN, Amanda; s/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, Robert G. (1840-1893): m'd 1872 CURRIN, Martha Ann; s/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, Sarah Elizabeth (1837-1903): m'd 1853 COSHOW, Oliver Perrin; d/o William and Mary "Polly" (Johnson) Cochran

COCHRAN, William (1813-1901): m1. 1834 JOHNSON, Mary "Polly" (1813-1854); m2. 1859 Sperry, Cynthia CLARK (1811-1881); m3. Kerns, Lois B. ALLEN (c1826-1894); m4. Warren, Mrs. Helen M. "Nellie" (unknown) Schrader (1836-1900 - possibly her maiden name was BLAKE)

COCKRELL, unknown ( -1847): inf. c/o Claiborne and Susan (Harless) Cockrell, one of two children bpt. and buried Aug. or Sep. on Trail by the Catholic priests

COCKRELL, unknown ( -1847): inf. c/o Claiborne and Susan (Harless) Cockrell, one of two children bpt. and buried Aug. or Sep. on Trail by the Catholic priests

COCKRELL, James (1840/3- ): m'd 1866 WALLACE, Sarah; s/o Claiborne and Susan (Harless) Cockrell

COCKRELL, Jane (1841-1882): m'd c1860 BLANCHET, Damase; d/o Claiborne and Susan (Harless) Cockrell

COCKRELL, Claiborne (1821-1847/8): m'd 1840 HARLESS, Susan; s/o William and Nancy (Wright) Cockrell; died by 28 May 1848, on arrival or soon after; name was rendered as Kockrell or as Kilborn Coquerel in Catholic records

COE, Henry Willard (1820-1896): m'd c1858 SMITH, Hannah Huntington; s/o Ebenezer and Mehitable (Smith) Coe; moved to California in 1848

COE, Jacob G. (1828-1875): m'd 1853 ROSS, Elizabeth; s/o Reuben and Thirza (McKean) Coe and adopted son of his uncle Samuel T. McKean Sr.

COFFIN, Abigail M. �Abbie� (c1840- ): m'd 1858 EYRE, Thomas Turner; d/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin; died possibly by 1870

COFFIN, George Allison (1836-1898): m'd 1857 WILLIAMS, Margaret Elizabeth; m2. 1864 SHORBE, Alice Elizabeth; s/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin

COFFIN, Harriet (c1829- ): m'd 1848 HART, Anthony W.; d/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin; died possibly by 1880

COFFIN, Hezekiah (1834-1863): s/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin

COFFIN, Lucinda (1836-1887): m1. 1850 REED, Cyrus Adams (divorced); m2. 1873 MARVIN, Albert M.; d/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin

COFFIN, Mary ( -1850): m'd 1848 BERRY, William H.; d/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin

COFFIN, Stephen (1807-1882):

COFFIN, Stephen C. Jr. (1845-1900): m'd 1874 CHAMBERS, Sarah J.; s/o Stephen and Susannah (Allison) Coffin

COFFIN, Stephen R. (1807-1882): m1. 1827 ALLISON, Susannah; m2. 1852 Hill, Lucina A. PICKERING; s/o Hezekiah and Susannah Coffin; born in Fairfax, Maine, emigrated from Franklin Co., Indiana

COLE, Jane (1798-1880): m'd 1820 EVEREST, Richard

COLE, S. F. (1824/8- ): probably did not marry; came as hired man of David Bridgefarmer; living 1889 Asotin Co., Washington

COLEMAN, Anna Catharine "Annie� (1846-1907): m�d 1864 DAVIDSON, William Franklin; d/o James and Fanny (Murray) Coleman

COLEMAN, Charles (1817 - ): m'd  LANE,  Jane L.; Charles was born 01 Feb 1817 in Trenton, Huntington Co, NJ. The census of 1850 lists Charles as living in Sacramento, CA..  The story in the family is that they ran a restaurant and/or hotel in CA.They eventually settled in Hennepin, Ill.  Charles Coleman�s doctor had advised him to go west for his health. He evidently had some sort of upper respiratory illness.

COLEMAN, George A.:

COLEMAN, Henry (1824-1908): m'd NEVER MARRIED,; s/o Nathan G. and Mary (Henry) Coleman

COLEMAN, James R. (1821-1911): m'd 1847 MURRAY, Frances

COLEMAN, Maria:

COLEMAN, William Smith (1845-1900): s/o Charles and Jane (Lane) Coleman;

*16: COLLARD, Elihu Benton (1838-1917): m'd 1866 WALDRON, Isaphenia

*16: COLLARD, Felix Alver (1810-1864): m'd 25 Mar 1832 LEWIS, Martha Damaris; s/o John Collard (1784-1818) & Lydia Cannon (1791-1869)

*16: COLLARD, Isaac Newton (1848-1929): m'd 1877/8 ROGERS, Jane Ann; s/o Felix A. and Martha Damaris (Lewis) Collard; born 15 Jan. 1848 on arrival

*16: COLLARD, Isaphene (1843-1917): m'd 11 Apr 1858 GREENMAN, Clark N.; d/o Felix Alver Collard (1810-1864) & Martha Damaris Lewis (1814-1867)

*16: COLLARD, John Jasper (1835-1906): m'd 21 May 1857 HENDERSON, Martha Frances; s/o Felix Alver Collard (1810-1864) & Martha Damaris Lewis (1814-1867)

*16: COLLARD, Lydia Ursula (1840-1894): m'd 1858 SPRAGG, G. S.; m2. c1874 ARMSTRONG, James; d/oFelix Alver Collard (1810-1864) & Martha Damaris Lewis (1814-1867)

COLLARD, Lydia Ursula (1840-1894): m1. 1858 SPRAGG, G. S.; d/o Felix A. and Martha Damaris (Lewis) Collard

*16: COLLARD, Mary Jane (1833-1865): m'd 17 Sep 1850 JONES, Earl Douglas; d/o Felix Alver Collard (1810-1864) & Martha Damaris Lewis (1814-1867)

*16: COLLARD, Mary Jane (1833-1865): m'd JONES, Earl Douglas *16: COLLARD, Elihu Benton (1838-1917): m'd 23 Mar 1866 WALDRON, Isaphenia; s/o Felix Alver Collard (1810-1864) & Martha Damaris Lewis (1814-1867)

COLLINS, Carolyn ( -1847): m'd WALLING, Ebenezer

COLLINS, Lucinda (1838-1886): m1. 1855 MERILET, Louis; m2. c1870 FARES, Joesph; m3. 1878 GORDON, John; d/o Luther and Diana (Borst) Collins

COLLINS, Luther M. (1813-1852): m'd 1837 BORST, Diana

COLLINS, Stephen (c1843- ): m'd 1878 GROVER, Mrs. Anna; s/o Luther and Diana (Borst) Collins

COLTON, G. L.: 

COMEGYS, Abraham S. (1831-1874): m'd 1856 NICKLIN, Emily Jane; s/o Jacob and Mary (Spencer) Comegys

COMEGYS, Edna Angeline (1840- ): m'd 1855 STUART, George Julian; d/o Jacob and Angeline (Gaty) Comegys; later to CA

COMEGYS, George William (1845-1897): m'd 1877 GARDNER, Amanda Ada; s/o Jacob and Angeline (Gaty) Comegys; to CA 1856

COMEGYS, Jacob L. (1796/8-1870): m1. 1829 SPENCER, Mary; m2. 1838 Mills, Angeline Perces GATY; s/o Abraham and Ann (Smith) Comegys, to CA 1856

COMEGYS, Jacob Louis Lynn (1843- ): m'd 1871 CALDWELL, Sarah Pauline; s/o Jacob and Angeline (Gaty) Comegys; to CA 1856

COMEGYS, Mary Ann (c1832- ): m'd 1851 BURCH, Benjamin S.; d/o Jacob and Mary (Spencer) Comegys; to CA by 1860, possibly died soon after

COMSTOCK, Zurilda (1824-1853): m'd 1847 SALTMARSH, Arthur Vance

CONE, Gustavus Adolphus. Sr. (1798-1881): m'd 1819 GARRISON, Mary

CONE, Gustavus Adolphus Jr. (1823-1898): m1. 1850 ILER, Emma Rebecca; m2. 1883 McCOLLUM, Maria; s/o Gustavus A. and Mary (Garrison) Cone; came with brother Oscar H., brothers Anson and Aaron came in 1846, father in 1851, mother and brothers Oliver, Francis and Philander in 1853

CONE, Oscar H. (1831-1907): m'd 1853 STRONG, Margaret J.; s/o Gustavus A. and Mary (Garrison) Cone

CONKLIN, Charles (1818-1882): m'd 1851 DOBBIN, Margaret A.

    "CONKLIN, CHARLES--Born in Ohio in 1818; on arriving in Oregon he settled one mile northeast of Glencoe, and was a farmer by occupation. He married Margaret A. Beach nee Dobbin, in 1851, and their children's names are Ann Louisa, Catharine, Charles T., Ada, and Sarah. Mr. Conklin died in 1882." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p.669]

CONKWRIGHT, Elizabeth (1795-1876): m'd LANDESS, Abraham Sr.

CONLEE, John Jefferson (1826-1899): m1. 1848 DEVAUL, Emilessa �Lissie�; m2. 1860 Hamilton, Huldah Minerva NUNNELY; m3. 1865 Steel, Sarah Rebecca MINIER; s/o Reuben and Nancy (Doyle) Conlee

CONLEE, Mary (1818-1908): m'd 1838 SHUCK, Andrew J.; d/o Reuben and Nancy (Doyle) Conlee

CONLEY, Ruth Eveline (1811-1900): m1. c1836 KESTER, Jesse; m2. 1858 BARKLEY, Gabriel McNiel; returned east by 1850

CONNER, Amanda (1846-1929): m'd 1875 GUTTRY, John L.; d/o William and Theodatia (Layton) Conner

CONNER, James: filed provisional land claim 20 Oct. 1847 - he seems most likely to be the one b. c1829 TN in a household with other men from Oregon in Shasta, Colusa, Trinity Dist., CA, in 1850

*11) CONNER, Job (1827-1886): m1. 1855 SHELTON, Polly Ann(RIGGS); m2. 1872 James, Martha HICKLIN; s/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

*11)  CONNER, Martha Jane (1844-1942): m1. 1858 POWELL, Albon; m2. MILLS, Christopher; d/o William and Theodatia (Layton) Conner

*11)  CONNER, Mary (1845- ): m1. c1860 ALLEN, William; m2. by 1892, LEACH, unknown; d/o William and Theodatia (Layton) Conner

*11)  CONNER, Mary Jane (1846- ): m'd 1866 HOBART, George H.; d/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Buell) Conner

*11) CONNER, Nathan (1821-1888): m'd 1841 BUELL, Elizabeth; s/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner; born 16 Jul 1821 Preston County, Virginia and died 15 Jul 1888 Ballston, Polk County, Oregon

*11) CONNER, Sarah Ann (1813-1879): m'd 1839 FRANKLIN, Josiah; d/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

*11)  CONNER, Sarah Ann (1842-c1880): m'd by 1858, McCAIN, Rev. John; d/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Buell) Conner

*11)  CONNER, William (1815-1892): m'd 1841 LAYTON, Theodatia [or Theodocia]; s/o Robert and Nancy (Maxon) Conner

COOK, Alonzo Robert (1830-1898): m'd 1866 WOOD, Telitha; s/o John and Lavina (Norcross) Cook

COOK, Daniel N. (1829-1915): m'd 1858 (Indian), Nancy; s/o Eliphalet T. and Laura N. (Wells) Cook; called "brother-in-law of Mr. Wells" by historian Walling, but was instead the nephew of Ira Wells

COOK, David (c1827?- ): took the ApplegateTrail; possibly same as Daniel Cook

COOK, Emmett:

COOK, Isabel (1811-1888): m'd 1833 BRIGGS, Albert

*16: COOK, Mary Polly (1825-1912): m'd 1846 HUBBARD, Charles

COOKE, Calvin Whitley "C. W." (1825-1911): m'd 1849 HOOD, Rebecca E.; kept a Trail diary from 28 Apr. to 7 June 1847

COON FAMILY RESEARCHER:   Coon/Miller Familys
COON, Henry Clay (1847-1848): s/o James M. and Nancy I. (Miller) Coon; born 25 Dec. 1847 on arrival

COON, James Madison (1813-1890): m'd 1847 MILLER, Nancy Iness; s/o Michael and Elizabeth (Kelly) Coon Jr.

COONCE/COONSE/KOONTZ FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COONCE, Alonzo Barton (1840-1917): never married, s/o Nicholas and Matilda (Glover) Coonce; settled at Jackson Prairie, WA

COONCE, Felix Grundy (1842-1855); s/o Nicholas and Matilda (Glover) Coonce; settled at Jackson Prairie, WA

COONCE, Henry (1838-1857): s/o Nicholas and Matilda (Glover) Coonce; settled at Jackson Prairie, WA, drowned age 18 at Cowlitz Landing

COONCE, Infant (1847-1847) c/o Nicholas and Matilda (Glover) Coonce; died 2 days after fathers death, newborn

COONCE, John Nicholas (1845-1901): m'd SIMMONS, 1867 Charlotte Elizabeth; s/o Nicholas and Matilda (Glover) Coonce

COONCE, Nicholas Jr. (c1811-1847); m'd 1837 GLOVER, Matilda; s/o Nicholas and Rebecca (McConnell) Coonce; drowned while crossing the Snake River; his widow and four sons continued on and his widow later settled at Jackson Prairie, WA

COOPER, Abigail E. (1831-1908): m'd 1850 PENNINGTON, Stewart McKindra; d/o Samuel Cooper and 1st wife

COOPER, Bazzel W. (1833-1907): m'd 1855 UMPHREY, Sarah E. ; s/o Samuel Cooper; settled in Linn Co; mined in CA in 1855

COOPER, Chandler (1823-1865): m'd c1853 FRYER, Elvira Ann; s/o George Cooper; brother of Franklin who also came; evidently was in CA and back east in IN before arriving a second time in 1850

COOPER, Franklin (1822-1903): m1. 1858 Irwin, Kisena HALL Chamness; m2. 1870 Dunbar, Angeline BEEBE; s/o George Cooper; brother of Chandler who also came; evidently made at least one trip east around 1850 and back

COOPER, Jacob "Jake" (c1823-1873): s/o David Cooper; probably the one who married on the Trail near the Mormon ferry on the North Platte on 16 July 1847 to "Kittean HUCKLEBEE" who may be the same as Catherine Huckaby who married 1847 pioneer Jefferson John Louk in 1848/9. The Trail marriage was evidently not performed by a minister, the group instead deputizing a man to say the ceremony, and may have been deemed invalid after their arrival in Oregon. Jake died leaving no wife or children, his heirs brothers and sisters mostly residing in Iowa, but his will contained a bequest to the oldest son of "Katy Ann Lowke".

COOPER, James Gordon (1841- ): s/o Samuel Cooper and first wife

COOPER, John (1839- ): s/o Samuel Cooper and first wife

COOPER, M. J.:

COOPER, Minerva (1818-1887): m'd 1836 YOCUM, Jesse; d/o Meredith and Polly (Witcher) Cooper

COOPER, Nancy ( - ): m'd BURKHART, George W.

COOPER, Sadine (1848-1867): m'd 1865 CROCKET, Francis M.; d/o Samuel and Rebecca (Short) Cooper; born about 10 Jan. 1848 after arrival

COOPER, Samuel (1799-1883): m1. unknown; m2. 1846 Skinner, Rebecca SHORT; said to have brought six sons (which included two step-sons) and two daughters in 1847; possibly he came first in 1843

COOPER, Tabitha Jane (1836-1890): m'd 1854 BRINGHAM, Samuel Martin; d/o Samuel Cooper and first wife

CORBELL, Mary Ann (1823-1857): m'd 1841 LARKINS, William Henry

CORNELIUS, Isaac ( -1847):

CORNELIUS, John A. (1839-1880): m'd 1865 WALLACE, Elizabeth Jane

CORY, Benjamin Dr. (1822-1896): m'd 1853 BRALY, Sarah Ann; s/o James Manning Cory Sr.; a physician, he kept Trail journal; to OR 1847 and then by sea to CA in Nov. 1847

CORYELL, Abraham H. (1788-1862): m'd ,

CORYELL, George M. (1828-1909): m1. 1851 McBEE, Nancy Ann; m2. 1872 THOMPSON, Mary Caroline (MILLER); s/o Abraham H. Coryell

CORYELL, Lewis Stillwell (1820- ): m'd 1851 MATHENY, Mahala; s/o Abraham H. Coryell; died between 1900 and 1910

COSGROVE, Anna E. (1834-1896): m'd 1851 ELDRIEDGE, Freeman Edward; twin d/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COSGROVE, Caroline (1843/7-1907): m'd c1867 VANTINE, William D.; d/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COSGROVE, Elizabeth A. (1837-1899): m'd 1856 MURPHY, Andrew; d/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COSGROVE, Hugh (1802-1901): m1. 1830/2 ROSITER, Mary; m2. 1877 BARNES, Amanda; m3. 1891 Eagleson, Jane WRIGHTSON; Hugh and Mary had two more children born in Oregon - Hugh Francis and Marie Emmeline "Emma"; out of eleven children, only four were still living at Hugh's death

COSGROVE, Hugh (1848-1848): s/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove; born and died 12 Jan. 1848 on arrival

COSGROVE, James (1839-1863): m'd 1860 CAVENAUGH, Mary A. E.; s/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COSGROVE, Marguerite (1832-1875): m'd 1851 POUJADE, Theodore C.; d/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COSGROVE, Mary Ellen (1834-1899): m1. 1853 COSTELLO, James; m2. 1860 JACKSON, Jerome B.; twin d/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COSGROVE, Susan G. (1845-1914): never married;d/o Hugh and Mary (Rositer) Cosgrove

COTTINGHAM, Alsea (1799- ): m1. 1816 VICTOR, Samuel B.; m2. 1824 DAVIS, Truet; d/o William and Mary Cottingham; died late 1860's

COTTLE, Charles H. (1845-1919): s/o Royal and Sarah (Parker) Cottle; lived in California, Oregon, Idaho and Montana; evidently did not marry

COTTLE, Frank (1842- ): m'd 1879 Larcom, Arabella Esther "Belle" CAROTHERS; s/o Royal and Sarah (Parker) Cottle; he died between 1910 and 1919 California

COTTLE, Royal (1810-1891): m1. 1841 PARKER, Sarah; m2. 1852 BRYANT, Mary; elected to the Oregon Territorial legislature in 1853; to San Jose CA about 1857*

COTTON, Caltha Hillman (1840- ): m'd c1861 DEARDORFF, James G.; d/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, Charles Edward (1843- ): s/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, Frances A. "Fanny" (1826-1853): m'd 1842 TURPIN, William M.; d/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, George Taylor (1846-1920): m'd 1876 BARKER, Florence Janette �Jennie�; s/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, Mary Eliza (1837- ): m�d 1855 STRONG, George M.; d/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, Sarah Martha (1835-1915): m'd 1859 SHIELDS, James; d/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, Susan Jane (1832- ): m'd 1855 STANSBURY, Zenus Nehemiah; d/o William R. B. and Tallitha M. (Vivian) Cotton

COTTON, William Richard Barnes (1802- ): m'd 1825 VIVIAN, Tallitha M.

COWAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
 
COWAN, Elizabeth A. (1839-1879 ): m'd 12 Dec 1855 HACKLEMAN, John Harris; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR - she would appear to be a daughter of Andrew and Nancy (Hayes) Cowan; her father Andrew was listed in Clatsop Co. OR on the 1850 census and also with the family in Missouri and gave an arrival date of 1852 on his donation claim

COWAN, Emmeline Ann (1847-1921): m'd 1872 CARR, Samuel B.; d/o Robert B. and C. Mary (Jones) Cowan

COWAN, Mary Jane (1845-1913): m1. 1862 CANNON, George Washington; m2. 1904 LINGENFELTER, Samuel; d/o Robert B. and C. Mary (Jones) Cowan 

COWAN, Robert Burns (1822-1865): m'd 1844 JONES, Caroline Mary 

COWHICK, Elizabeth (1808-1872): m'd 1828 SCHOLL, Peter; d/o Thomas and Lucy (Adamson) Cowhick

COWHICK, Thomas Andrew (1774-1866): m1. 1803 ADAMSON, Lucy (1776-1841); m2. 1849 PUGH, Mrs. Mary; s/o Patrick and Catherine (Lawson) Cowhick; second wife seems likely to have been Mary (Donovan) Pugh (1791-1872) who came in 1846

COX FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*26) COX, Cynthia Ann (1831- ): m'd REYNOLDS, James S.; ds/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox

*26) COX, Daniel W. (1839-1883): m'd 1861 MAY, Henrietta; s/oJoseph and Eliza (Parker) Cox

*26) COX, Eliza (1829-1867): m'd 1851 HARDING, Benjamin Franklin; ds/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox; born 06 Jun 1829 and died 18 Aug 1866 Marion Co, OR

*26) COX, Elizabeth Catherine (1813-1889): m'd 1829 POLLEY, Peter; ds/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox; born 01 Mar 1813 and died 15 May 1889

*26) COX, Elizabeth or Eliza Caroline "Lizzie" (1846-1863): m'd1862 BROWN, James C.; d/o Joseph and Eliza (Parker) Cox

*26) COX, Joseph (1811-1876): m'd 1833 PARKER, Eliza; s/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox

*26) COX, Lucinda (1816-1888): m1. 1835 BROWN, Elias (1810-1847); m2. 1850 ALLEN, Hiram; m3. 1859 SPENCER, George Washington; twin d/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox

*26) COX, Malinda (1816- ): m'd 1833 BROWN, Henry; d/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox

*26) COX, Malinda E. (1841-1882): m'd 1855 GLENN, George G.; d/oJoseph and Eliza (Parker) Cox

*26) COX, Martha (1791-1849): m'd 1807 COX, Thomas; maiden name same as married name; born 25 Oct 1791 and died 22 May 1849 Marion Co, OR

*26) COX, Milton R. (1843-1920): m1. 1863 HARRIS, Alma; m2.(unknown), Maryette; s/o Joseph and Eliza (Parker) Cox

*26) COX, Sarah W. ( -1918): m'd BARKER, William Clement - this is probably a mistake. Barker's first wife was Elvira Chadwick Brown, d/o Lucinda Cox, and his second wife was Sarah Fiester

*26) COX, Thomas (1791-1862): m'd 1807 COX, Martha; born 22 Oct 1791 and died 08 Oct 1862 Marion Co, OR; a daughter, Martha Cox , did not accompany the emigration and instead remained in Wilmington, IL where she died in 1851

*26) COX, Thomas H. (1836-1878): m'd 1858 COX, Loretta A.; s/oJoseph and Eliza (Parker) Cox

*26) COX, William H. (1827-1865): m'd 1849 SAUCIER, Adeline Frances;  s/o Thomas and Martha (Cox) Cox; born 07 Jan 1827 and died 16 Sep 1865 Walla Walla, WA

COYLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COYLE, John Henry (1847-1916): m'd 1874 THOMPSON, Margaret J.; s/o Reuben Stringer and Hannah (Carroll) Coyle

COYLE, Michael (1812-1867): m'd 1857 McLELLAN, Theresa; divorced 1858/60; from Scotland, he was not related to the other 1847 Coyles

COYLE, Reuben Stringer (1821-1888): m'd 1843 CARROLL, Hannah; s/o John "Jackie" Patrick and Elizabeth (Stringer) Coyle; father died in 1848 and mother emigrated with younger children in 1851; started from Peoria Co, IL; settled Linn Co, OR

COYLE, Thomas Jefferson "Jeff" (1845-1925): m1. 1868 KIRKENDALL, Elizabeth Ann; m2. 1897 Merriam, Nancy Anna HAZEN; s/o Reuben S. and Hannah (Carroll) Coyle

COYLE, William (1824-1882): m'd 1847 JONES, Mary Ann; s/o John "Jackie" Patrick and Elizabeth (Stringer) Coyle; father died in 1848 and mother emigrated with younger children in 1851; started from Peoria Co, IL; settled in Linn Co, OR

CRAFT, Daniel Joseph (1828/32-1908): m'd 1853 FIELDS, Ruth

CRAIN, J. H. (1831- ): listed in Bancroft and probably refers to Joseph A. Crain (1831-1896): s/o John and Elizabeth Crain; but his gravestone says pioneer of 1851 and he and his parents were in Fountain Co., Indiana, in 1850

CRANDALL, Elias J. (1817-1890): m'd 1848 DANFORTH, Sarah Ann

*26) CRANE, Mary Catherine (1792-1876): m'd 1814 BELLINGER, John Henry

CRANFILL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2: CRANFILL, Frances Octavia (1847-1870): m'd 1866 ROBNETT, John A.; d/o Isom and Matilda (Doyle) Cranfill; born 25 Feb. 1847 Putnam Co. IL

*2: CRANFILL, Franklin Lafayette (1844-1914): m'd 1875 CROW, Ophelia; s/o Isom and Matilda (Doyle) Cranfill

*2: CRANFILL, Isom Rev. (1807-1877): m1. 1830 GROCE, Nancy; m2. 1840 DOYLE, Matilda L.; secretary for the Jordan Sawyer wagon train, kept a journal now at the U of Oregon library; Baptist minister

*2 :CRANFILL, Jasper N. (1842-1867): s/o Isom and Matilda (Doyle) Cranfill

*2: CRANFILL, Virginia Caroline (1843-1927): m1. 1860 CROOKS, Barton William; m2. 1897 CRAWFORD, William A.; d/o Isom and Matilda (Doyle) Cranfill

CRANK, Joseph (1820- ): m'd 1849 PREWETT, Minerva

CRANK, Mary A. (1836- ): m'd 1852 MAY, A. J.

CRANK, Minerva P. (1847- ): m'd WHITSETT, William C. R.

CRANK, Nathaniel (1795- ): m'd 1819 FITZPATRICK, Susannah

CRANK, Perlina (1840- ): m'd 1857 GRIFFITH, John

CRANK, Sarah B. (1826- ): m'd 1848 FLEENER, Simon P. C.

CRANK, William M. (1846- ):

CRAWFORD, John Davis (1824-1877): m'd 1857 BARNHART, Agnes McEwan; s/o Samuel G. and Elizabeth (Davis) Crawford

CRAWFORD, Peter W. (1818-1889): m'd 1850/54 PATTERSON, Zillah H.; born in Scotland, he kept a Trail journal from which he later worked up a long account for the historian Bancroft; started from Valparaiso IN as a driver for George Cline in the Oskaloosa Company, taking the Columbia River route when that train divided in two; on the advice of Dr. Marcus Whitman he located on the Cowlitz River in what became Washington; a surveyor, he did much early work in both Washington and Oregon drawing lines for claims and platting towns 

CRAWFORD, Ronald C. (1827-1924): m'd 1852 MOORE, Elizabeth Jane; s/o Samuel G. and Elizabeth (Davis) Crawford

CRISP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CRISP, Benjamin Franklin (1830-1849): never married; s/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp; fell ill in the CA gold fields and died 1 Sep. 1849

CRISP, Elmira J. (1832- ): m'd 1850 DAVIS, John Henry; d/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp

CRISP, Louisa T./S. (1815-1875): m'd 1832 JOHNSON, James S.; d/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp

CRISP, Mansil Roundtree (1820-1886): m'd 1851 BEAGLE, Nancy Jane; s/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp

CRISP, Margaret Ann "Peggy" (1818-1871): m'd 1838 CAMPBELL, James Alexander; d/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp

CRISP, Mary Malvina (1837- ): m'd 1852 BEAGLE, Perry Oliver Hazard; d/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp

CRISP, William Mansil (1788-1847): m'd 1809 WILSON, Hannah; part of the Texas train of 16 wagons that joined the Cornelius Smith train; died mid Dec. 1847 at Portland on arrival; daughter Lucinda Wilson Crisp and her husband Elijah Millican came to OR in 1843

CRISP, William S. Houston (1828-1849): never married; s/o William M. and Hannah (Wilson) Crisp; fell ill in the CA gold fields and died 20 Nov. 1849 at sea returning to Oregon

CROSBY, Ann Eliza aka Marie Louise (1832-1871): m1. 1848 FISETTE, Charles; m2. c1860 BUNNELL, Dennis Dowd; d/o John and Rachel (Brown) Crosby

CROSBY, Charles John Brown Woodby (1828-1903): m1. 1851 FLORENCE, Margaret Virginia; m2. 1882 MORGAN, Martha; s/o John and Rachel (Brown) Crosby

CROSBY, Edward:

CROSBY, John (1794-1866): m'd 1827 BROWN, Rachel

CROSBY, Martha S. aka Susanna Mathilda (1835-1881/82): m1. 1851 SCOTT, Emsley R.; m2. c1873 BUNNELL, Dennis Dowd; d/o John and Rachel (Brown) Crosby

CROWDER, Reuben (1829-1900): m1. 1870 HENDRIX, Nancy E.; m2. 1881 WILKINSON, Eliza A.

CRUMBAKER or CRUMPACKER, Ann E. (1817-c1890): m'd 1837 STEWART, Benjamin Elliott

CUENTES - probably COONCE

CULLEN, John Winchell (1838-1939): m'd 1859 HEMBREE, Ann �Annie� Eliza; s/o John and Otelia (Winchell) Cullen; came with his mother and step-father Adam G. Polk; born 18 June 1838 LaPorte Co., Indiana, he had a long and colorful career, serving in the Rogue River Indian War, the Civil War, the Nez Perce War, and the Bannock War; learned the saddlery business, was a pioneer printer in Washington and Oregon, and a preacher in Oregon, Idaho and California; wrote an account of the 1847 journey for the Oregon Historical Society using the Elizabeth (Dixon) Smith journal and adding his personal recollections; died 14 Dec. 1939 Portland age 101

CURL, Amanda E. (1845-1876): m'd 1860 POWELL, Abraham Thomas; d/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Caleb W. (1829-1905): m'd 1850 FULKERSON, Margaret Emeline; s/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Cornelius G. (1837-1874): m'd 1864 STIPP, Nellie; s/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Demarcus Lafayette "D. L." (1834-1900): m'd 1861 SHELTON, Lucy Virginia; s/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, James (1798-1863): m'd 1822 ELLIOTT, Anna; besides his own children, he brought the youngest two children of his brother John Curl to Oregon in 1847

CURL, John (1832-1920): m'd 1853 SNODDERLY, Elizabeth Caroline; s/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Martha (1836-1915): m'd 1853 MOREHEAD, Robert M.; d/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Mary E. (1843- ): m1. 1858 RAY, Martin; m2. c1870 DOUGHERTY, Michael Mcmaley; d/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Newton Glasco (1837-1903): m1. 1871 HEARN, Augusta; m2. 1882 DeBEAUMONT, Marie E.E.; son of Rev. John and Sarah Curl; came with uncle James Curl

CURL, Parthana J. (1826-1914): m1. 1842 THOMISON, James W.; m2. 1848 CALAVAN, Joel; d/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl; said to have been a widow with two Thomison children in 1847

CURL, Samirah Ann [Samaria or Samysah] (c1824- ): m'd 1842 PAYNE, Lewis; d/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURL, Sarah Ann "Sally" (1839-1908): m'd 1857 JAMES, Andrew Jackson; d/o Rev. John and Sarah Curl; came with uncle James Curl

CURL, Thomas R. (1841-1904): m'd 1860 RAY, Josephine; s/o James and Anna (Elliott) Curl

CURTIS, Mary Jane (1818-c1875): m1. 1842 BALCH, Danford; m2. 1862 CONFER, John

CUTTING, Abel (1846-1921): m'd Dec 1869 POWERS, Perces; s/o David and Mary Ethel (Mattoon) Cutting

CUTTING, Adelia Malvena "Ada" (1823- ): m'd 1843 ELLIOTT, Francis N.; d/o Charles Sr. and Abigail (Hall) CuttingCUTTING, Adelia Malvena "Ada" (1826-1893): m�d 1843 ELLIOTT, Francis; d/o Charles and Abigail (Hall) Cutting; half-sister of David, her parents came in 1846

CUTTING, Child: c/o David and Mary Ethel (Mattoon) Cutting evidently Mary below

CUTTING, David (1814-1868): m'd 31 Nov 1838 MATTOON, Mary Ethel; s/o Charles Sr. and Sally Reed (Hall) Cutting; his father, stepmother Abigail (Hall) Cutting, probable brother Jones Cutting, and half-brothers Andrew Jackson and Charles Jr. emigrated to OR in 1846  

CUTTING, James Jones (1840-1876): s/o David and Mary Ethel (Mattoon) Cutting

CUTTING, Joseph Hubbard (1789-1858): m'd 1809 HATCH, Fannie; s/o Jonas and Sarah (Baker) Cutting; he went to CA 1847, returned east 1848, and was a guide for a train in 1849 under Capt. J. A. Gooding, again to CA; in CA 1852, died Lockport, Will Co., IL 

CUTTING, Mary (1843- ): d/o David and Mary (Mattoon) Cutting; died by 1849

CUTTING, Oren (1847-1924): m'd  03 Mar 1888 VAUGHN, Nancy Virginia; s/o David and Mary Ethel (Mattoon) Cutting; born 14 Oct 1847 on arrival at Park Place, OR

CYRUS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CYRUS, Enoch (1844-1916): m'd 1869 SUTHERLIN, Mary

CYRUS, Enoch (1844-1916): m'd 1869 SUTHERLIN, Mary; s/o William and Mary Ann (Deakins) Cyrus

CYRUS, Hepsabah (1846-1878): m'd 1867 QUEENER, John H.; d/o William and Mary Ann (Deakins) Cyrus

CYRUS, James (1812-1861): m'd 1832 DUNCAN, Margaret; s/o Nimrod and Frances Cyrus; uncle of William Cyrus, said to have come in 1847, if so returned to Henderson Co. IL by 1850 before bringing family out in 1853

CYRUS, Rachel (1843-1923): m'd 1864 DORRIS, Columbus; d/o William and Mary Ann (Deakins) Cyrus

CYRUS, Rebecca Jane (1842-1863): m'd 1861 HASSLER, James H.; d/o William and Mary Ann (Deakins) Cyrus

CYRUS, William (1820-1890): m1. 1842 DEAKINS, Mary Ann; m2. 1865 Garland, Jane BRISCOE Sutherlin; m3. 1880 Moore, Margaret H. CHARLTON; s/o Enoch and Rebecca (Cook) Cyrus

D'ARCY, Maria S.:

DANFORD or DANFORTH, John C. (c1822- ): probably did not marry; one of four men who packed from Fort Hall with Stewat Pennington; he filed on provisional land claims in 1847 and 1848 in Clatsop County but did not file a donation claim; was in CA in 1850, and in Douglas Co. OR in 1860 and 1870; possibly same as John Chase Danford, s/o Ebenezer and Hepzibeth (Dufur) Danford or Danforth, born 26 Jan. 1821 Belknap Co. NH 

DANFORTH, Eunice (c1847/8-c1849): d/o Lucius and Sophia (Wells) Danforth; born either early 1847 in Illinois or early 1848 in Oregon and died prior to 1850 census

DANFORTH, Helen L. (1845-1881): d/o Lucius and Sophia (Wells) Danforth; returned east

DANFORTH, Joseph S. (1791- 1860): m1. 1817 WELLS, Roxalinda; m2. 1859 Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth ROBINSON

DANFORTH, Lucius:

DANFORTH, Lucius (1822-c1900): m1. 1844 WELLS, Sophia A.; m2. 1857 BASYE, Mary Ann; s/o Joseph and Roxalinda (Wells) Danforth; a physician, returned east with his family late 1849 or early 1850 and came again alone in 1852, later divorcing Sophia for abandonment because of her refusal to accompany him; said to have died in Thompson Falls MT

DANFORTH, Manly (1818- ): m1. 1847 WELLS, Rosalinda; m2. 1851 MALY, Maria Anna, divorced; s/o Joseph and Roxalinda (Wells) Danforth; said to have died in 1880 but was living 1885

DANFORTH, Sarah Ann (c1832- ): m1. 1848 CRANDALL, Elias Jones, divorced; m2. 1862 WILLSEY, Alamando, divorced; d/o Joseph and Roxalinda (Wells) Danforth

DARBY, Matilda (1831-1921): m'd 1847 MCKINNEY, William W.

DARLAND or DORLAND, Mary (1812-1889): m'd 1834 ROBINSON, Nathan

DARLING, Julia Ann (1806-1869): m'd 1825 KETCHUM, Joel

DARLING, Rachel Ann (1815-1893): m'd 1831 FIESTER, Daniel

DARST, Paul (1819-1874): m'd 1861 PHILLIPS, Cinderella; s/o David and Mary (Shuler) Darst 

DARST, William (1824-1891): m’d 1869 O'CONNOR, Catherine E.; s/o David and Mary (Shuler) Darst

DAVIDSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:

DAVIDSON, Albert Franklin Capt. (1819-1890): m'd 1851 MUNKERS, Mary Elizabeth, divorced 1856; s/o James and Mary A. (Ament) Davidson; came first in 1845, captain of 1847 emigrant train 

DAVIDSON, Aurelia Amelia or Ann (1825-1907): m'd Apr. 1846 BARKER, William Swett; d/o James and Mary A. (Ament) Davidson 

DAVIDSON, Charles Henry (1828-1909): m'd 1868 SYLVESTER, Mary Estella; s/o James and Mary A. (Ament) Davidson; a physician, lived various places before locating by 1880 in the area of Brigham City UT 

14) DAVIDSON, Eliza Ann (1828-1899): m'd 1848 BURCH, Benjamin Franklin; d/o Hezekiah and Melissa (Page) Davidson; husband was Capt. in 1855 Indian wars; 1857 served on State Constitutional Convention; member of first legislature; 1868 state senator; Superintendent of state prison; 1887 appointed Receiver of Land Office; raised stock south of Independence, Polk Co 

DAVIDSON, Gideon Blackburn Dr. (1820-1873): m'd 1854 ROBINSON, Rebecca J.; s/o James W. and Mary (Lipe) Davidson; came 1847 and again in 1849 (or from California); possibly additional trip in 1852 

DAVIDSON, Green Clay (1818-1878): m1. 1839 MILLION, Nancy; divorced 1867; m2. (unknown), Melissa R.; s/o James W. and Mary (Lipe) Davidson; on Bancroft's list, but if he came 1847 he returned east by 1850 and came again in 1852 

14) DAVIDSON, Hezekiah (1789-1876): m'd 1821 PAGE, Melissa Ann; s/o John and Rachel (Ellis) Davidson 

14) DAVIDSON, Hezekiah Jr. (1830-1910): m'd c1852/55 HASLET, Ellen S.; s/o Hezekiah and Melissa A. (Page) Davidson 

DAVIDSON, James (1792-1876): m'd 1817 AMENT, Mary Amelia; s/o John and Rachel (Ellis) Davidson 

14) DAVIDSON, James Orville (1825-1899): m'd 1851 LINVILLE, Mary E.; s/o Hezekiah and Melissa A. (Page) Davidson

14) DAVIDSON, John E. (1823-1890): m'd 1850 DAVIS, Mary N.; s/o Hezekiah and Melissa (Page) Davidson; to CA gold fields 1848; built first business building in Independence in 1850; with Nesmith in Cayuse War; 1853 became physician in Independence

DAVIDSON, John P. ( -1847):

14) DAVIDSON, Jonathan (1840-1896): m'd (unknown), Ellen; s/o Hezekiah and Melissa (Page) Davidson; 1870 is listed in census as farmer; 1880 is single, working in mill and living with brother, John in Independence 

14) DAVIDSON, Lauretta Jane (1822-1900): m1. 1839 WEBB, Wiley; m2. 1854 JOHNSTON, David; d/o Hezekiah and Melissa A. (Page) Davidson; said to have come in 1847 with her family but she was in IL in 1850, in OR by 1853 

DAVIDSON, Laurinda Jane (1830-1916): m'd 1849 GOODHUE, Samuel H.; d/o James and Mary A. (Ament) Davidson 

DAVIDSON, Louisa Frances "Fanny" (1840-1905): m'd 1860 O’MEARA, James; d/o James and Mary A. (Ament) Davidson

14) DAVIDSON, Mary E. (1833-1889): m'd 1850 WALLER, Hugh McNary; d/o Hezekiah and Melissa (Page) Davidson

14) DAVIDSON, Melissa Ann (1835-1898): m'd 1851 BURKHART, Leander Columbus; d/o Hezekiah and Melissa (Page) Davidson; husband was a businessman at Albany, Linn Co

DAVIDSON, T. C.: m'd GESNER, Amney - this was Thomas Clinton, s/o Albert Franklin Davidson, not born til 1855 

DAVIDSON, Thomas Luther (1833-1920): m’d 1868 MELSON, Mary Susan; s/o James and Mary A. (Ament) Davidson 

DAVIS, Benjamin F. (1808-1858): m’d 1831 SLUYTER, Catharine S.; s/o Enos and Hannah (Marshall) Davis 

DAVIS, Caroline Eunice (1842-c1903): m1. 1858 SMITH, Daniel; m2. c1861 DAVIS, Edward Whitaker; d/o Benjamin F. and Catharine (Sluyter) Davis

DAVIS, David Daniel (1807-1860): m'd 1831 DONAHOE, Hannah; m2. 1852 Sarah Ann (KINDRED) Bowman ,

DAVIS, Eleanor B. (1825/9-1899): m’d 1849 HACKLEMAN, Abraham; d/o Truet and Alsea (Cottingham) Davis* 

DAVIS, Elizabeth (1827/8-1903): m’d McCLELLAND, Ephraim D.; d/o Truet and Alsea (Cottingham) Davis; possibly came in 1847, but if so returned east, residing in Kansas by 1860* 

DAVIS, Elizabeth (1842- ): m’d by 1859 BAXTER, Frank M.; d/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis; possibly died by 1870

DAVIS, Hannah Ann (1833-1904): m'd 1851 HENDRICKS, Caswell; d/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis .

DAVIS, Henry W. (c1804/1812-1878): m'd (unknown), Trijah; known as the “Hillsboro Hermit”; born in England, to Canada early and to Cincinnati OH after 1837, brought millstones to OR in 1847 with Capt. Joseph Magone and then Capt. John McKinney, and referred to as the "old Englishman" 

DAVIS, Iantha Jane (1834-1897): m1. 1850 EVANS, George W.; m2. 1857 CASTLEMAN, Philip Frederick; d/o Benjamin and Catharine (Sluyter) Davis 

DAVIS, Isaac (1825-1882): m1. LEDGERWOOD, Margaret; m2. 1856 Buckingham, Mrs. Sarah Catherine (HINES); s/o Henry C. and Lavina (McBride) Davis and bro-in-law of Elisha Bedwell 

DAVIS, Jane "Diana" (1832-1853): m'd 1849 WINTERS, John F.; d/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis 

DAVIS, John Henry (1826- ): m'd 1850 CRISP, Elmira; s/o Henry C. and Lavina (McBride) Davis and bro-in-law of Elisha Bedwell; living 1910 CA 

DAVIS, John J. (1833-1909): m'd 1864 WILEY, Mary E.; s/o Truet and Alsea (Cottingham) Davis

DAVIS, John M.: m'd JACK, Fanny

DAVIS, Lemuel Eli (1832-1917): m'd 1853 Webster, Mrs. Mary Jane (OGLE); s/o Benjamin and Catharine (Sluyter) Davis 

DAVIS, Lycurgus (1839-1918): m'd 1861 BUTLER, Elizabeth Amanda; s/o Benjamin and Catharine (Sluyter) Davis 

DAVIS, Mary "Nancy" (1810-1868): m'd 1831 JONES, William James; d/o Isaac Davis

DAVIS, Meshach R. (1837-1875): m'd 1867 MUNSELL, Minerva M. “Almira”; s/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis; he was called “Meck” or “Mack” and sometimes “McDavis” 

DAVIS, Nancy (1806-1849): m'd 1838 ALLEN, Hiram

DAVIS, Rachael (1844-1854): d/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis 

DAVIS, Rebecca (1835-1851): d/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis 

DAVIS, Samantha Ann (1837-1926): m'd 1853 HUDDLESTON, James; d/o Benjamin and Catharine (Sluyter) Davis 

DAVIS, Thomas Crawford (1821-1887): m'd 1850 HINES, Nancy Ann; s/o Henry C. and Lavina (McBride) Davis and bro-in-law of Elisha Bedwell 

DAVIS, Thomas W. (1839-1890): m'd 1867 HALL, Missouri; s/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis 

DAVIS, Truet (1803- ): m'd 1824 VICTOR, Alsea (COTTINGHAM); died between 1865 and 1870 

DAVIS, Truet Jr. (1841-1865): m'd 1864 RILEY, Lucinda; s/o Truet and Alsea (Cottingham) Davis

DAVIS, William: adult, said to be among single men of Oskaloosa Company - possibly same as Woolen Davis 

DAVIS, William D. (1846-1925): never married; s/o David D. and Hannah (Donahoe) Davis 

DAVIS, William Lewis T. (1840-1908): m1. 1861 HOWARD, Mary Josephine, divorced 1869; m2. 1874 BROWN, Julia Saphronia, divorced 1889; m3. 1890 Brothers, Adolphine "Dolly A." (PEPIN-LACHANCE); s/o Benjamin and Catharine (Sluyter) Davis 

DAVIS, Woolen (1828-1878): m'd 1854 BERKLEY, Mary Ann; s/o Truet and Alsea (Cottingham) Davis 

DAWSON, Eveline (c1847- ): d/o John and Rachel (Dodson) Dawson 

DAWSON, Henrietta (1822- ): m1. 1839 DODSON, William; m2. 1859 KUDER, David E. 

DAWSON, Irena (c1841-1885): m1. 1856 BENSON, John A.; m2. 1877 BEEKS, William Wesley; d/o John and Rachel (Dodson) Dawson 

DAWSON, John (1813/5-1888): m'd 1836/7 DODSON, Rachel 

DAWSON, Julia Adela or Ann (1846-1922): m'd 1860 KNIGHTON, William S.; d/o John and Rachel (Dodson) Dawson 

DAWSON, Levi (1838-1908): m'd 1883 MYERS, Laura Etta; s/o John and Rachel (Dodson) Dawson

DAWSON, Mahulda "Hulda" (1827-c1867): m1. 1844 HARRIS, Thomas; m2. 1858 WILLIAMSON, Jacob T.

DAWSON, Nancy (1827-1864): m'd 1846 TAYLOR, Luke; d/o Hester Ann (Rose) Dawson Landphear; mother and step-father also emigrated in 1847.

DAWSON, Paulina (c1844-1890): m1. 1865 McLIN, Lafayette; m2. 1868 ROLFE, Charles W.; m3. 1873 MOSS, Churchill; d/o John and Rachel (Dodson) Dawson 

DEAKINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DEAKINS, Mary Ann (1816-1863): m'd 1842 CYRUS, William

DEAKINS, Thomas (1826-1878): m'd 1855 PRINE, Ailcey E.

DEAN, Jacob: m'd 1857 [unknown], Frances - DEEN or DEAN, Jacob (c1825- ): m'd 1857 KNIGHTEN, Hannah Frances; although said to have come 1847, he may have come later 

DeCHAMP, Jean Baptiste (1823- ): m'd 1850 Mary (Amice or Amis, Nisqually Indian woman); he came first in 1845 

DECKER, Diana (1824-1882): m1. 1843 LANDESS, Abraham "Abram" Jr.; m2. 1856 FRYER, John L.; d/o John and Eleanor (Johnston) Decker; per a Landess bio, her father also came in 1847, settling in Washington County, but there is no evidence he actually did so - he and Eleanor were in Illinois in 1850 and died there; the same is true of her brothers Washington (1822- ) and John (c1834- ) who were enumerated twice in 1850, first in Illinois and then later in the year in Oregon

DECKER, John:

DECKER, John (1833- ): 

DECKER, Washington (1822- ): 

DELORME, Bartholomew Vicar (1825-1901): RC clergyman; born 26 Apr. 1825 France, died 26 June 1901 Therins, Rhone, France; came by sea 1847 

DEMY, Peter ( -1847): of Dauphin Co. PA; said by George BRUBAKER to be among three men captured by "Camanches" 1847 on the way to California, and killed shortly after attempting to excape 

DENMAN, Rhoda (1815-1847): m'd 1821 HUDSON, John; she died on the Trail

DERBY, Dr.:

DERBYSHIRE, Sarah Ann (1815-1891): m'd 1836 PALMER, Joel

DERR, Barbara Clara "Barbary" (1824/6-1880): m1. 1841 CARTER, James; m2. 1848 PRATHER, William B. 

DEVAUL, Daniel (1769-1847):

DEVAUL, Emilessa "Emma Lissie" (1835-1918): m1. 1848 CONLEE, John J., divorced 1860; m2. 1863 JACKMAN, O. M., divorced 1868 

DEVENDORF or DEFENDORFF, Cornelius H. ( -1848): journeyed in the same train with Isom Cranfill and Benjamin Cory in 1847; a native of NY, chosen as master of guards; a lawyer by profession he was building a practice at Oregon City when the first company of Oregon Mounted Riflemen was organized in response to the Whitman Massacre, and was appointed commissary; about 1 Mar. 1848 he returned to Oregon City, and feeling unwell is said to have accidently overdosed on tincture of opium 

DEVOE, Margaret (1799-1882): m'd 1819 MERRELL, Charles Giles

DIAMOND, James:

DIAMOND, John (1815-1902): never married; native of Ireland, located in Chicago IL 1836; in 1847 travelled as far as Fort Hall with Jacob C. Spores, and from there went ahead on horseback; took up a claim in Lane County where the town of Coburg now stands, he and Spores the first to explore the area 

DICKERSON or DICKINSON, Hannah Rhetta (1832-1919): m1. 1847/8 GILLIAM, John; m2. 1850 WILSON, William Hunt; d/o Spencer D. and Margaret M. (Jacobs) Dickinson; said to have married to John Gilliam on the Trail in 1847 with the marriage officially recorded later in Polk Co., Oregon 

DICKSON, James S. (1823-1890): m1. 1850 CLAYPOOL, Rebecca Jane; m2. 1866 BRIGGS, Mary E.

DILL, James Scott (1814- ): m'd 08 Jun 1843 WILLIAMS, Sarah Jane; divorced  1855

DILL, Mary Jane (1844-1921): m1. 11 Jun 1858 BENNETT, James Ellison; m2. 1864 SMELSER, John Jasper; m3. 31 Jul 1870 FURMAN, John Jacob; d/o James and Sarah (Williams) Dill

DILL, Nancy (c1846-1848): d/o James S. and Sarah J. (Williams) Dill; died of measles 4 Feb. 1848 after arrival 

DILLON, Arthur Jonah (1847-1922): m'd 1866 NYE, Nancy Joella; s/o of William H. and Harriet (Hatten) Dillon; twin to Marie; born 23 Feb. 1847 Cedar Co. IA 

DILLON, Junipher T. (1821-1891): m'd 1847 Bryant, Rebecca SPURGEON; s/o Arthur and Nancy (Townsend) Dillon; came with brother William; went to CA in 1848 and again in 1849, and returned east to Iowa by 1853 

DILLON, Maria (1847-1849): d/o of William H. and Harriet (Hatten) Dillon; twin to Arthur 

DILLON, Nancy Jane (1843/4-1917): m1. c1860 JOHNSON, John; m2. c1866 DURGAN, Alonzo; d/o William H. and Harriet (Hatten) Dillon 

DILLON, William Henry (1818-1895): m1. 1840 HATTEN, Harriet; m2. 1872 SWETLAND, Mrs. Eliza; s/o Arthur and Nancy (Townsend) Dillon; came with brother Junipher in Oskaloosa Company, first with Capt. Chapman then with Capt. Wills, via Columbia River; settled in Clark Co. WA; brother Jeremiah came west c1852, brother John T. early 1850's, sister Mary Ann Yaeger by 1853 

DIMICK/DIMMICK FAMILY RESEARCHERS:
DIMICK, Alzina Clarinda (1832-1897): m'd 1848 BONNEY, Bradford Sherwood; d/o of Augustus R. and Alzina (Crowell) Dimick

DIMICK, Augustus Right (1790-1863): m1. c1815 BUELL, Clarinda; m2. 1829 CROWELL, Alzina; m3. 1833 PANGBORN, Laura Ann; s/o Solomon and Electa (Bird) Dimick 

DIMICK, George Washington (1837-1918): m1. 1859 GLEASON, Minerva Ann; m2. 1878 GLEASON, Rhoda L.; m3. 1890 McCraw, Mrs. Sadie (WRIGHT); m4. 1908 FRALICH, Addie; s/o Augustus R. and Laura Ann (Pangborn) Dimick 

DIMICK, Harriet Lydia (1834-1891): m'd 1851 COOLEY, Jackson L.; d/o Augustus R. and Laura Ann (Pangborn) Dimick 

DIMICK, John Buell (1840-1903): m’d 1864 EBERHARD, Almira Frances; s/o Augustus R. and Laura Ann (Pangborn) Dimick 

DIMICK, Mary Adeline (c1840-1856): d/o Benjamin and Eliza (Spores) Dimmick; granddaughter of Augustus R., came with mother and step-father Lauren L. Thomas 

DIMICK, Moore C. (1829-1888): m'd 1856 MORRIS, Phoebe Jane; s/o Augustus R. and Clarinda (Buell) Dimick 

DIMICK, Olive Elnora (1830- ): m1. 1847 VANDERWALKER, William, divorced; m2. 1861 PIERCE, Alexander, divorced; m3. 1863 GREGORY, Thomas J.; d/o Augustus R. and Alzina (Crowell) Dimick; died by 1890 

DIMICK, Ziba (1816-1878): m1. 1838 HALL , Cynthia Delight; m2. 1852 HEWITT, Jane; s/o Daniel and Rachael (Leonard) Dimmick; came to OR in 1847, returned east in 1848 where he is recorded as having a son in 1849; 1850 went to CA and returned east again in 1851; left for OR again in 1853 as Captain of a train accompanied by his second wife and 4 children from his first marriage; settled on the Umpqua River at Kellogg, Douglas Co, OR where he later died

DISHER, Family: 

DISHER, Jonny (1834- ):

DIXON, Elizabeth (1808-1855): m1. 1828 SMITH, Cornelius; m2. 1849 GEER, Joseph Carey Sr. 

DOBELBOWER, William Brown (1823-1911): m'd 1854 TIGARD, Emily Adeline; gave affidavit regarding deaths of Nathan Hockett and wife on the Trail 

DODSON, Elijah (1790-1860): m1. 1807 MIDLOCK, Mary; m2. 1848 Hines, Elizabeth Garrett (FULKERSON); m3. 1855 unknown, Sarah H. (div. 1857); m4. 1858 Burbank, Susan (MATTESON) Tupper 

DODSON, Elizabeth Mrs. (1813- ): m'd DODSON, Jesse

DODSON, George (c1844- ): s/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Thomas) Dodson  

DODSON, Henrietta Mrs. - see DAWSON, Henrietta above  

DODSON, James R. (1842- ): s/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Thomas) Dodson 

DODSON, Jane (1818-1880): m'd 1834 ROBERTS, Jesse; d/o Elijah and Mary (Midlock) Dodson 

DODSON, Jesse (1813- ): m'd 1835 THOMAS, Elizabeth; son of Elijah and Mary (Midlock) Dodson 

DODSON, Louisa Jane (c1843- ): m'd 1859 FAIRCHILD, Joel; d/o William and Henrietta (Dawson) Dodson

DODSON, Margaret Ann (1826-1877): m'd 1848 WILSON, Thomas A.; d/o Elijah and Mary (Midlock) Dodson 

DODSON, Mary (1815-1877): m'd 1835/36 HARRIS, John; d/o Elijah and Mary (Midlock) Dodson 

DODSON, Mary Ann (c1838- ): m'd 1854 WALKER, Francis M., divorced 1864; d/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Thomas) Dodson 

DODSON, Rachel (1819-1891): m'd 1836 DAWSON, John; d/o Elijah and Mary (Midlock) Dodson 

DODSON, Robert H. (c1836- ): m'd 1857 ROY, Mary; s/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Thomas) Dodson 

DODSON, Sarah (c1838- ): d/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Thomas) Dodson 

DODSON, Victoria (c1847-): d/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Thomas) Dodson; possibly born on the Trail or soon after arrival 

DODSON, William (1809-1858): m'd 1839 DAWSON, Henrietta; s/o Elijah and Mary (Midlock) Dodson 

DONACA or DONICA, Rebecca Ann (1827-1909): m'd 1847 RUDOLPH, Morgan Warren 

DONAHOE, Hannah (1811-1848): m'd 1831 DAVIS, David D.* 

DONNEL, John N. (1809/11-1867): m'd 1828 LAYTON, Sarah; family remained in east

DOOLEY, Mr.:

DORRIS, Hiram Casey ( -1847): m'd 1841 FULKERSON, Elizabeth

DORRIS, James J. (1842- ): m'd 1860 SHIELDS, Mary E.

    "DORRIS, J. J.--Born in Nodaway County, Missouri, April, 1841; set out with his parents for Oregon when six years old ; the father died on the journey, and the family, destitute and unprotected, settled on the La Creole in Polk County. Subsequently the widow married Alvis Kinsey, who lived four miles south of Dayton, Yamhill County; but he dying in 1858, the Dorrises, with their mother, removed to Linn County, where J. J. Dorris has continuously resided since, excepting five years which he spent in California. He married Mary E. Shields in 1860, and they have had twelve children, of whom ten are now living. Address, Scio, Linn County." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p.671] 

DORSON or DAWSON, Jane (c1823-1885?): m’d 1845 WATERBURY, Thomas 

DORT, Elizabeth Ann (1839-1897): m’d 1857 FISHER, Adam; d/o David and Elizabeth (Bozorth) Dort; came with mother

DOSTINS, D. D.:,

DOTY, Mr.:

DOUGHTY or DOTY, Nancy Orson (1805-1849): m'd 1830 LAUGHLIN, Samuel 

DOUGLAS, R. :

DOWNER, Clarissa Lauretta (1821-1898/9): m1. 1839 FREDRICK, James M.; m2. 1857 LINVILLE, Harrison H.; d/o John and Sarah (Macbeth) Downer and sister of Joseph W. 

DOWNER, Joseph Warren (1825-1905): m1. 1850 PIGG, Eleanor A.; m2. 1855 Denison, Exanna Elinor (DICKINSON); s/o John and Sarah (Macbeth) Downer and brother of Clarissa L. 

DOWNING, John (1827/8-1887): m1. 1849 HUNT, Temperance Estep; m2. 1877 CARPENTER, Mary Jane “Jennie

DOWNING, William:

DOYLE, Matilda L. (1818-1903): m'd 1840 CRANFILL, Isom

DRIGGS, Jeremiah (1808-1880): m'd 1844 KETCHUM, Eliza Ann 

DRIGGS, Joel K. (1845/6-1867): s/o Jeremiah and Eliza A. (Ketchum) Driggs 

DRIGGS, Julia A. (1847/8-1931): m'd 1860 HILL, George Alfred; d/o Jeremiah and Eliza A. (Ketchum) Driggs; poss. b. on Trail or soon after arrival - per her death cert she was born 14 July 1848, which does not agree with census records 

DUNBAR, Jemima (1827-1880): m'd 1847 THATCHER, Harmon 

DUNCAN, Elizabeth (c1837- ): m'd 1853 JACKSON, Henry Putnam; d/o James and Nancy (Burbank) Duncan and half-sister of Orlando Alderman; died possibly 6 Jan. 1916 Tacoma WA 

DUNLAP, Clark (1844-1920): m'd 1874 CHAPMAN, Nancy Jane; s/o Smith and Madeline Dunlap 

DUNLAP, David Findley (1843-1924): m'd1867 CRAWFORD, Mary Ann; s/o John A. and Jane C. (Findley) Dunlap 

DUNLAP, Elenor Jane (1841-1847): d/o John A. and Jane C. (Findley) Dunlap; died 26 Dec. 1847 at Fort Vancouver 

DUNLAP, Ellen (c1841-c1871): m'd 1855 ARMSWORTHY, Levi; d/o Smith and Madeline Dunlap 

DUNLAP, Harriet (c1845- ): m'd TRIMBLE, Henry "Hank"; d/o Smith and Madeline Dunlap

DUNLAP, John Alexander (1812-1894): m'd 1837 FINDLEY, Jane Carson

DUNLAP, Madeline ( -1849): m'd DUNLAP, Smith

DUNLAP, Sarah Amanda (1847-1857): d/o John and Jane (Findley) Dunlap .

DUNLAP, Smith ( -1847): m'd unknown, Madeline; from Peoria IL, in Cornelius Smith train; he died about 1 July on the Trail along Platte River in an accident while out hunting, leaving widow and four or six children; he was probably the Smith Dunlap, s/o Smith and Eleanor (Lane) Dunlap, born 23 Aug. 1816 Oswego Co. NY 

DUNLAP, William (c1840- ): s/o Smith and Madeline Dunlap; living 1905 

DUNLAP, William Alexander (1839-1864): s/o John A. and Jane C. (Findley) Dunlap 

DURHAM, George Hannibal (1843-1926): m1. 1866 CLARKE, Satira Emeline; m2. 1903 McNEAL, Gertrude Kathleen; s/o Albert A. and Miranda A. (White) Durham

DUTTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DUTTON, Elizabeth "Betsy" (1812-1876): m'd 1829 TOMPKINS, Daniel Dean

DYER, Andrew Norton (c1817-1854): m1. 1837 TOWER, Mary J.; m2. 1848 KLUM, Sarah Jane (div 1851); s/o Sylvanus and Hannah (Norton) Dyer; the surname Dyer appears on Bancroft's list - Andrew N. Dyer filed on provisional land claims in Oregon early in 1848, and on 24 April 1848 married a young 17 year old girl in Oregon; they lived together until Mar. 1850 when he returned east to buy a steamboat, then in October 1850 he wrote to her admitting he already had a lawful wife in the states of whom Sarah had not been aware, and that he was again residing with her and did not intend to return to Oregon; he and Mary were listed with his mother in Aug. 1850 in Oneida Co. NY, he died in Fulton Co. IL 

EARL, Perry Greenlif (1825-1883): m'd 1855 BOND, Lucinda; s/o Edward Isaac and Sarah Perina (Shinn) Earl

EARL, Simeon Drake (1826-1900): m'd 1852 MILLER, Lucinda Ann; s/o Edward Isaac and Sarah Perina (Shinn) Earl

EARL, Susanna (1815-1899): m'd 1836 RANDALL, Elisha H.

EASTIN, James Woodson (1821-1893): m'd 1843 FINE, Rebecca Ann; CA pioneer 

EASTIN, Jeremiah Vardiman "Jerry" (1823-1887): m'd c1855 GRUWELL, Sarah; bro. of James W.; CA pioneer  

EASTIN, Lafayette Findla (1845-1903): m'd 1874 SUTTON, Fannie; s/o James and Rebecca (Fine) Eastin; CA pioneer 

EASTMAN, E. A. (1842- ):

EASTON, John (1836- ): s/o Redwood and Jane (Brock) Easton 

EASTON, Mahlon (1842- ): s/o Redwood and Jane (Brock) Easton 

EASTON, Margaret (1844-1866): m'd 1861 ARTHUR, William; d/o Redwood and Jane (Brock) Easton 

EASTON, Mary E. (1838-1865): m'd 1856 MALONE, Richard D.; d/o Redwood and Jane (Brock) Easton 

EASTON, Redwood or Redman: m'd BROCK, Elizabeth Jane; died by Dec. 1856 and possibly by 1850; family may have come 1846 rather than 1847

EATON, Irene (1791-1865): m'd YOUNG, Elam

EBEY, Isaac Neff Colonel (1818-1856): m'd 1843 DAVIS, Rebecca Whitby; emigrated alone in 1847; met family 80 miles east of Old Fort Boise when they came in emigration of 1851; settled in Washington Territory where he was shot and beheaded by Indians during the 1855-56 Indian Wars in that area

EDDY, Phebe (1804-1854 ): m1. c1824 GRIMES, Ephraim; m2. 1851 LUELLING, Henderson H.; first husband died in 1845 in MO prior to emigration; d/o Enoch Eddy

EDMONSON, Lydia (1822-1847):

EDMUNSON, John Hicklin (1816-1869): m1. c1837 PATTON, Lydia; m2. 1850 SCHRUM, Euphama Anderson; s/o Richard C. and Leah (Hicklin) Edmunson; first wife died on the Trail; a brother Rufus Coleman Edmunson came with his family in 1849

EDMUNSON, Martha (1838- ): m'd 1857 CLEMMENS, Thomas; d/o John H. and Lydia (Patton) Edmunson; died between 1871 and 1880

ELDRIDGE, Permelia Cordelia (1828-1852): m'd 1844 FITZGERALD, Thomas; d/o Gardner and Permelia (Mecham) Eldridge 

ELDRIDGE, Freeman Edward (1826-1890): m'd 1851 COSGROVE, Anna E.; s/o Gardner and Permelia (Mecham) Eldridge 

ELLIOTT, Anna (1805-1863): m'd 1822 CURL, James; d/o Bartlett Elliott 

ELLIOTT, Francis N. (1822-1900?): m'd 1843 CUTTING, Adelia Malvena; s/o Smith and Philata (Lansing) Elliott 

ELLIOTT, George W. (1847/8-1927): s/o Francis N. and Adelia M. (Cutting) Elliott; birth given variously as 14 Feb. 1847 or 13 Mar. 1848; possibly briefly married but left no descendants 

ELLIOTT, Henrietta "Hattie" (1844-1929):m1. 1858 LEDFORD, John M.; m2. 1862 DEVINE, Charles G.; d/o Francis N. and Adelia Malvena (Cutting) Elliott

ELLIOTT, Milton (1815-1900): never married; brother of Susan and Olivia Elliott 

ELLIOTT, Olivia (1809-1903): never married; sister of Susan and Milton Elliott 

ELLIOTT, Susan L. (1825-1883): m'd 1847 SHIVELY, James M.

ELLIS, Catherine (1802-1867): m'd 1823 BEWLEY, John William

ELLIS, Sophia ( -1847): m'd BEWLEY, Isaac

ELLIS, Theresa C. ( - ): m1. 1840 MARQUISS, Jacob; m2. JEFFREY, George

EMPSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
EMPSON, Elizabeth (1805-1864): m'd 1826 PEEK, James W.

END, Mary Theodocia (1822-1906): m'd 1838 WYATT, William

ENG, W. W.:

ENGLISH, Nancy C. (1820-1900): m'd 1841 EOFF, George

EOFF, Cynthia Ann (1833-1909): m1. 1848 GEER, Heman Johnson (div. 1866); m2. 1866 LANE, Joseph; m3. 1878 TRENSCHEL, August Frederick; d/o John L. and Mary A. (Routen) Eoff 

EOFF, George (1807-1890): m'd 1841 ENGLISH, Nancy C.; s/o John and Jane (Higgins) Eoff 

EOFF, James Fleming (1845-1890): m'd 1868 WATERBURY, Mary Ellen; s/o John L. and Mary A. (Routen) Eoff 

EOFF, John Leonard (1812-1899): m'd 1833 ROUTEN, Mary Ann “Polly”; s/o John and Jane (Higgins) Eoff 

EOFF, Mary Emily (1841-1847); d/o John L. and Mary A. (Routen) Eoff; died 31 Oct. 1847 on arrival 

EOFF, Nancy Elizabeth (1843-1847): d/o John L. and Mary A. (Routen) Eoff; died 4 Nov. 1847 on arrival 

ESTEP, Temperance (1804-1850): m'd 1823 HUNT, John Shotwell

ESTEP, Temperance Estep (1834-1876): m'd 1849 DOWNING, John

ESTES, Morning (1810-1885): m'd 1836 HUFFMAN, Jesse Gee

EUDEY, Abel (c1818/22-1883): m'd 1863 WHEAR, Thomazine; written on some records as ENDY; a native of Cornwall, England, he returned there to marry and brought his bride back to Oregon

EVANS, Henry W. (1815/23- ): m'd 1847 Carter, Nancy (BOWMAN);  possibly m2. 1865 TRUE, Mrs. Eliza B.; married his first wife In Oregon just 11 days after stated arrival date, and probably they met on the Trail

EVANS, I. J.: 

EVANS, Sarah E. (1842- ): m'd 1854 REEVES, William; said to be pioneer of 1847 but came 1845 

EVEREST FAMILY RESEARCHER:
EVEREST, Anne (1832- ): m'd DENNIS,

EVEREST, David (1824-1898): m'd 1856 JONES, Irena

EVEREST, David (1824-1898): m'd 1856 JONES, Irena; s/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest 

EVEREST, Emma (c1840- ): said to be d/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest and possibly came to Oregon with them, but if so she died before 1850 

EVEREST, George (1828- ): m’d 1856 WINTU, Dianah; s/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest; died before 1882 

EVEREST, Hannah (1823- ): m1. 1841 RILEY, John; m2. 1863 LINKSWILER, Tobias L.; d/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest; died before 1882 

EVEREST, James (1819- ):

EVEREST, Joseph (1821- ): s/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest; died before 1882 

EVEREST, Mary E. (1830-1902): m'd 1850 BRUTSCHER, Sebastian; d/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest 

EVEREST, Reuben (1834-1902): m1. 1863 Parrott, Elizabeth (RAMSEY); m2. 1874 HASH, Mary Jane; s/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest

EVEREST, Richard (1798-1882): m'd 1820 COLE, Jane; born on the same day in England, they are said to have crossed the plains with nine children, and according to one source had a daughter born on the Trail 

EVEREST, Sarah (c1846/7- ): said to be d/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest, born "on the Trail"; she may be the Sarah age about 4 born in Oregon in the household in 1850, but if she was a daughter she died young before 1860 

EVEREST, Thomas (1826- ): s/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest; possibly came in 1847, but may have died young instead 

EVEREST, William (1836-1907): m'd 1894 ACHESON, Sarah Josephine; s/o Richard and Jane (Cole) Everest

EVERSON, William Rust (1822-1888): m'd 1844 COVALT, Margaret G.; returned to Ohio by 1850 and brought wife and sons west by 1853 

EVERTS, Henry H.: provisional land claim 12 Nov 1847 

FACKLER, Samuel (1785-1867):

FACKLER, St Michael Rev. (1813-1867): m1. 1849 WILBUR, Ann Elizabeth; m2. 1857 WANDS, Rachel; drove a flock of sheep across the plains for Fields (Vaughan); instrumental in establishing Episcopal churches in Oregon and Idaho, he was on a voyage east in 1867 via the Isthmus when an epidemic of cholera broke out on board his ship; after working himself to exhaustion ministering to the sick and dying, he fell ill and died, buried at Key West Florida

FAIL, Phoebe (1815-1886): m'd 1831 STANTON, Alfred

FAIRCHILD, Ephraim (1822-1898): m'd 1851 FORD, Sarah Kiltin; CA pioneer; evidently came again in 1853

FAIRCHILDS, William H. Capt. (1819-1882): m'd 1853 GRAY, Anna; CA pioneer

FANNING, H. F.: CA pioneer

FARLEY, Anna (1840-1931): m'd 1855 WEBBER, Joseph K.; claimed to be pioneer of 1847 - went to California with her parents and brothers in 1847/8, the father and older brothers having been members of Cal Stephenson's regiment of New York volunteers sent out to take part in the Mexican War

FELLOWS, Hiram (1825-1899): m'd 1851 WILCOX, Clarissa

FELLOWS, William:

FELTCH, Minerva (1808-1895): m'd 1826 CARTER, Thomas L.

FENIMORE, Sarah (1821-1897): m1. 1838 BURNSIDE, David, div. 1850; m2. 1853 McCUE, Charles

FENN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FENN, Elizabeth Ann (1842-1925): m'd 1860 COONC, David Madison; d/o John and Mary (Jory) Fenn

FENN, James William (1843- ):  s/o John and Mary (Jory) Fenn

FENN, John (1812-1883): m1. 1839 JORY, Mary; m2. JORY, Elizabeth; born in Alyesworth, Northhamptonshire, England; s/o Thomas and Nancy Fenn; settled in Marion County, OR; died at Waitsburg, Washington; his first wife, Mary died in November 1846 of malaria; in the spring of 1847 he married Mary's sister, Elizabeth Jory

FENN, Nancy Jane (1840-1927): m'd 1855 McPHERSON, William Angus; d/o John and Mary (Jory) Fenn

FENN, Thomas (1845- ): s/o John and Mary (Jory) Fenn

FERGUSON, America (1839-1874): m'd 1855 SUTTON, Levi; d/o Abraham and Nancy (Vaughan) Ferguson

FERGUSON, Eli (1827-1906): m'd 1851 DUNAWAY, Permelia Jane; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Vaughan) Ferguson

FERGUSON, Harvey (1840-1908): m'd 1868 HAM, Ella Belle; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Vaughan) Ferguson

FERGUESON, James Marion (1847-1881): m'd 1869 HINTON, Melvina; s/o John B. and Mary (Waldroup) Fergueson

*10)  FERGUESON, John B. (1825-1899): m1. 1846 WALDROUP, Mary; m2. 1881 [or c1879] HINTON, Elizabeth Caroline; s/o Samuel and Jane (Bonser) Fergueson

FERGUSON, Levi (1829-1895): s/o Abraham and Nancy (Vaughan) Ferguso

FERGUSON, Lotterville (1835- ): same as Monteville

FERGUSON, Monteville or Mounteville “Mount” (1832-1911): did not marry; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Vaughan) Ferguson

FERGUSON, Nancy (1804- ): m'd 1845 FERGUSON, Abraham

FERGUSON, Thomas (1835-1906): m'd unknown; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Vaughan) Ferguson

FICKLE, Mahala Barnes (1828-1905): m'd 1847 HODGES, Drury Robertson

FIELDS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FIELDS, Ambrose (1792-1872): m'd 1817 NOWER, Ann; s/o Robert Nelson Pleasant and Mary (Dodd) Fields; came with sons Joseph and William; wife and the other 7 of their 9 children came 1852

FIELDS, Benjamin (c1805-1848): m'd 1827 TAYLOR, Mary “Polly”; s/o Benjamin Fields; this couple both died of measles soon after arrival, Benjamin early in January 1848; he was probably brother of Levi Fields and cousin of Thomas Fields 

FIELDS, Benjamin Franklin (1841-1923): m1. 1868 Fields, Mary L. (CARTER); m2. 1913 Landphere, Hester Ann (WELCH or LESTER); s/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields

FIELDS, Catherine (1845-1905): prob. m1. 1857 FIELDS, Reuben, div. 1860; m2. c1860 CASNER, Andrew Jackson; d/o Levi and Sarah (Brown or Fields) Fields

FIELDS, Elizabeth (1830-1885): m'd 1848 VAUGHAN, Alexander Hamilton; d/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields

FIELDS, Harvey (1832-1916): m'd1854 CASNER, Nancy Jane; s/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields; arrived second time in 1852

FIELDS, James K. Polk (1844-1919): never married; s/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields

FIELDS, John (1833-1867?): s/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields; possibly m'd BROWN, Sarah, and HALEY, Mary, but no confirmation found for marriages or death

FIELDS, Joseph Alva (1829-1876): m1. c1856 CLARK, Mary Elizabeth; m2. 1868 SEBASTIAN, Mariah Jane; s/o Ambrose and Ann (Nower) Fields

FIELDS, Josiah (1833-c1867): m'd 1858 CARTER, Mary L.; s/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields; his widow married 2nd his brother Benjami

FIELDS, Levi (1815-1896): m1. 1839 FIELDS or BROWN, Sarah; m2. 1854 CARTER, Nancy J. "Nettie"; s/o Benjamin Sr. and Rachel (DeWitt) Fields; probably brother of Benjamin and cousin of Thomas

FIELDS, Mary Catherine (1847-1903): m'd 1863 BUTLER, Jason Robbins; d/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields; born 12 Dec. 1847 on arrival

FIELDS, Mary Jane (1835-1908): m'd 1850 SMITH, Joseph; d/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields

FIELDS, Mrs. ( -1847): not sure if this person who died in 1847 is the wife of Benjamin or the wife of Levi? See Sarah Fields below.

FIELDS, Nancy Jane (1839- ): m'd 1855 FIELDS, George; possibly d/o Levi Fields and/or of his first wife Sarah 

FIELDS, Preston (1842-1880): m'd 1878 MATLOCK, Sarah Ann; s/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields

FIELDS, Reuben (1837-1913): m1. 1857 FIELDS, Catherine, divorced 1860; m2. 1887 Black, Mary E. (ROGERS), divorced 1889; s/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields

FIELDS, Ruth (1838-1888): m'd 1853 CRAFT, Joseph Daniel; d/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields

FIELDS, Sarah (or BROWN, Sarah) (c1818- ): m'd 1839 FIELDS, Levi; her surname was given as Fields on marriage record and as Brown on death certificate of daughter Catherine; died before 1 Mar. 1852

FIELDS, Thomas (1809-1875): m'd 1829 RIGGS, Rebecca; s/o Ebenezer and Sarah Roxannah (Burden) Fields; probably cousin of Benjamin and Levi

FIELDS, Thomas Newton (1844-1904): m'd 1871 SLAVENS, Louisa Ellen; s/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields

FIELDS, William (1828- ): s/o Benjamin and Polly (Taylor) Fields; died without issue

FIELDS, William (1829- ): m'd 1853 CARTER, Elizabeth Ann; s/o Thomas and Rebecca (Riggs) Fields; arrived 1852 for second time*

FIELDS, William Samuel (1824- ): m'd 1859 MARTIN, Josephine; s/o Ambrose and Anne (Nower) Fields

FIESTER, Charles (1844-1898): m'd 1865 BROWN, Nancy Elizabeth; s/o Daniel and Rachel A. (Darling) Fiester; estranged from his wife for some time, on 19 May 1895 he quarreled with her and drowned her in front of their three youngest children, for which crime he was eventually hanged on 9 or 10 June 1898 at Grants Pass

FIESTER, Daniel (1811-1891): m'd 1831 DARLING, Rachel Ann; s/o Henry and Margaret (Shipman) Fiester

FIESTER, Fannie Maria (1836/41- ): m1. 1857 KELLY, William A.; m2. 1892 GILLAM, Simon L.; d/o Daniel and Rachel A. (Darling) Fiester

FIESTER, Henry (1816-1854): m'd 1842 BELKNAP, Mary Jane "Jane"; s/o Henry and Margaret (Shipman) Fiester; he died suddenly 29 Mar. 1854 at Olympia WA the evening of the same day he was sworn in as representative for Pacific County in the Territorial legislature

FIESTER, Mary Ellen (1844-1933): m1. 1860 TAYLOR, John; m2. 1880 McCORMACK, Marion; d/o Henry and Mary Jane (Belknap) Fiester; she was called daughter of Daniel in her obituary

FIESTER, Sarah W. (1837/41-1918): m1. 1851 DAVENPORT, Ambrose H.; m2. 1853 STEWART, George W.; m3. 1878 BARKER, William Clement; d/o Daniel and Rachel A. (Darling) Fiester

FIESTER, William: m'd 1863 HUBBARD, Nancy J.

FINCH, Christiana (1825-1897): m'd 1841 WEBB, James; surname also given variously as HOPE and LEECH

FINCH, Elizabeth (1818-1900): m'd 1834 WRIGHT, Thomas M.

FINDLA, James (1812- ): m'd FINE, Eliza; CA pioneer

FINDLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FINDLEY, Alexander Blakey (1838-1912): m'd 1859 REEVES, Sarah Jane; s/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, David (1803-1880): m'd 1829 RITCHEY, Jane; s/o David and Janet (Ritchie) Findley

FINDLEY, David Milton (1831-1851): never married; s/o John and Nancy (Findley) Findley 

FINDLEY, Eliza (1847-1847): d/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley; born 21 June 1847 along Platte or Sweetwater, and died Oct. 1847 at The Dalles of measles 

FINDLEY, Elizabeth Ann (1833-1911): m'd 1850 CHENOWETH, Francis A.; d/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, Isabelle (1814-1847): m'd 1830 PUTMAN, Daniel Bennett; d/o David Sr. and Jennet (Ritchey) Findley; died 30 Oct. 1847 at Oregon City on arrival 

FINDLEY, James "Alexander" (c1828-1848): s/o David Sr. and Janet (Ritchie) Findley; original emigrant of 1845; died of pneumonia near Oregon City in Jan of 1848

*11) FINDLEY, James Lindsey (1825-1847): m'd 1847 BUELL, Caroline; s/o John and Nancy (Findley) Findley; died at Ft. Vancouver of typhoid fever

FINDLEY, James Madison (1829-1919): m1. c1870 [unknown] , Agnes; m2. 1875 PRATT, Mary P.; s/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, Jane Carson (1816-1884): m'd 1837 DUNLAP, John Alexander; d/o David Sr. and Jennet (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, John (1801-1858): m'd 1823 FINDLEY, Nancy; s/o David and Janet (Ritchie) Findley; father of 8 children, 6 of which died in infancy prior to emigration

FINDLEY, M. Daniel Milton (1830-1852): - see FINDLEY, David Milton; gravestone inscribed "Mr. D. M." which has obviously caused confusion 

FINDLEY, Madison: s/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley - see FINDLEY, James Madison

FINDLEY, Mary Boyd (c1818-1846): m1. 1838 SMITH, Simpson; m2. 1839 RUSSELL, Levi; d/o David Sr. and Jennet (Ritchey) Findley; said to have died in Holt Co. MO

FINDLEY, Nancy (1802-1896): m1. 1823 FINDLEY, John (her cousin); m2. 1862 BARRETT, Thomas; d/o James and Mary (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, Nancy Jane (1810-1890): m'd 1829 HASKIN, William Anson; d/o David Sr. and Jennet (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, Nancy M. (1837-1909): m'd 1858 IZETT, John M.; d/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley

FINDLEY, Sarah C. (c1842-1871): m'd 1857 JOSLIN, Benjamin; d/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley 

FINDLEY, Thomas Lewis (c1827- ): s/o John and Nancy (Findley) Findley; probably died in childhood in the east as only two of their children reached adulthood, both accounted for 

FINDLEY, William (c1831- ): s/o David Jr. and Jane (Ritchey) Findley; went south to California about 1860 after which no further word was heard from him 

FINDLEY, William Ritchey (1820-1890): m'd 1852 TEMPLETON, Margaret Elizabeth; s/o David Sr. and Janet (Ritchie) Findley; original emigrant of 1845

FINE, Eliza (1812-1887): m'd FINDLA, James; d/o Lidgard and Elizabeth (Netherton) Fine; CA pioneer 

FINE, Rebecca Ann (1810-1883): m'd 1843 EASTIN, James Woodson; d/o Lidgard and Elizabeth (Netherton) Fine; CA pioneer 

FINE, Thomas Lewis or Lears (1827-1896): m'd 1850 HASKIN, Amelia Jane; s/o Henry Levi and Nancy (Oden) Fine 

FISH, Eleanor Elsey (1846-1873): m1. 1861 PARROT, Joseph Jr. (div. 1862); m2. 1862 FISH, Gilbert Warren; d/o Walter and Catherine (Leabo) Fish

 FISH, Helen (1845- ): m'd 1862 CROW, James A.G.

FISH, Mary Unicey (1847-1925): m1. 1861 GRIBBLE, Joseph Byers; m2. 1888 BILLINGS, Amos Bradford; d/o Walter and Catherine (Leabo) Fish; born 26 Sep. 1847 on arrival 

FISH, Walter (1817-1884): m'd 1845 LEABO, Catherine 

FISHER, Angelina (1845-1847); d/o John H. and Rachel W. (Joy) Fisher; died 12 Aug. 1847 on the Trail at Snake River 

FISHER, John H. (c1816-1847): m'd 1841 JOY, Rachel Way; he died 6 June 1847 near Platte River on the Trail

FISHER, Margaret (1802-1883): m'd 1825 HEADRICK, Isaac

FISKE or FISCUS, Elizabeth (c1807-1852): m'd 1832 THOMPSON, Isaac; returned east by ship 1851 with family and died on the Missouri River during the return journey 

FITZGERALD, Honora Lucy (1845-1933): m'd c1864 MURPHY, John; d/o Thomas and Permelia (Eldridge) Fitzgerald;

FITZGERALD, Penora (1845- ): probably mistake for Honora 

FITZGERALD, Mary Magdalen (1847-1898): m'd c1874 MURPHY, James J.; d/o Thomas and Permelia (Eldridge) Fitzgerald; she was baptized on the Trail 1 Aug. 1847 by the Catholic priests, who wrote her birth down as Jan. 1847 in Oregon, month of birth or place evidently a mistake

FITZGERALD, Priscilla (1797-1876): m'd 1819 SHELTON, Haman; d/o FITZGERALD, Harvey Lee; settled in Linn Co; died at Scio

FITZGERALD, Thomas (1818-1860): m1. 1844 ELDRIDGE, Permelia Cordelia; m2. 1853 O'LAUGHLIN, Mary

FITZPATRICK, Susannah (1804- ): m'd 1819 CRANK, Nathaniel

FLANADAY, Mary Frances (1798-1850): m'd 1815 TUSTIN, Samuel

FLEENER, Simon Peter Cartwright (1822-1911): m1. 1848 CRANK, Sarah B.; m2. 1888 Woodmansee, Serena Ann (McLANE) 

FLEMMING, Jesse (1811-1855): m'd NEVER MARRIED,

FOLGER, William D.:

FORD, Reuben Wraymon (1822-1900): m'd 1848 LENOX, Mary Ann; they went back east to New York in 1855, and to Austin TX in 1858 where they remained

FOREMAN, Jacob (1812-1880): evidently did not marry

FORESTER, Frances "Fanny" (1798-1859): m'd 1818 MARKS, John

FORGEY, Mary Elizabeth (1847-1847): d/o William A. and Hannah M. (Michael) Forgey; born 14 July 1847 and died 3 Aug. 1847 on the Trail

FORGEY, William Alexander (1821-1896): m'd 1846 MICHAEL, Hannah M.

FORRESTER, Martha Frances (1798-1859): m'd 1818 MARK, John

FOSTER, James S. (1818-1895): m1. BURCH, Elizabeth; m2. 1845 BURCH, Faithful Louise 

FOSTER, Samuel Singleton (1847-1928): did not marry; s/o James S. and Faithful L. (Burch) Foster; born about 1 Aug. 1847 on the Trail

FOSTER, Wallace:

FOURGEAUD, Armand Du Pre (c1845-1849): s/o Victor and Ellen (Walker) Fourgeaud; possibly same as Nonie; CA pioneer 

FOURGEAUD, Augusto or Gustavus "Gus" (c1820-1867): brother of Victor Fourgeaud; CA pioneer 

FOURGEAUD, Ellen Mrs. (1819-1883): m'd 1840 FOURGEAUD, Victor J. - should be WALKER, Ellen (1819-1883): m'd 1840 FOURGEAUD, Victor J. ; CA pioneer 

FOURGEAUD, Nonie (c1841-c1855?): s/o Victor J. and Ellen (Walker) Fourgeaud; possibly same as Armand; CA pioneer 

FOURGEAUD, Victor Jean [Dr.] (1816-1875): m'd 1840 WALKER, Ellen; CA pioneer 

FOWLER, John:

*26) FOX, Esom (1826- ):  

FOX, Mary Ann (1815-1901): m'd 1833 TIBBETTS, Gideon; native of NY; moved with parents to IN where she met and married her husband; moved to IA until they emigrated to OR in 1847; settled in what is now East Portland directly opposite Ross Island; after the death of her husband in in 1887 she moved to Walla Walla where she remained until her death; buried in Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, OR

FRAKES, Permelia Elizabeth (1818-1849): m'd 1843 JONES, Fielding

*11) FRANKLIN, Hannah A. (1839-1912): m'd 1855 HICKLIN, William Carroll; d/o Josiah and Sarah A. (Conner) Franklin 

*11) FRANKLIN, Josiah (1816-1898): m1. 1839 CONNER, Sarah Ann; m2. 1887 Wilson, Sarah (STRONG); m3. 1897 Simeral, Almira E. (CRANE); s/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin 

*11) FRANKLIN, Mary Jane (1841-1860): m'd 1858 MOODY, Malon O.; d/o Josiah and Sarah A. (Conner) Franklin 

*11) FRANKLIN, Ruth Ann (1814-1903): m1. 1832 HUNT, Enoch; m2. 1836 MILLER, John; d/o William and Hannah (Hackney) Franklin; Buell train 

*11) FRANKLIN, Sarah Elizabeth (1844-1930?): m'd 1860 THOMSON, Henry P.; m2. HOLLENBECK,  ; d/o Josiah and Sarah A. (Conner) Franklin 

FRAZER, George E.:

FREDERICK, Emma Louise (1847-1855): d/o James M. and Clarissa (Downer) Frederick; born 23 June 1847 on the Trail 

FREDERICK, Irene Melvina (1845-1891): m'd 1859 HUNTER, Joseph C.; d/o James M. and Clarissa (Downer) Frederick 

FREDERICK, James M. (1815-1856): m'd 1839 DOWNER, Clarissa L.

FREDERICKS, Irene (1844- ): 

FREDERICKS, Judith Emma (1847- ): see FREDERICK, Emma Louise

FREDERICK, Martha Jane (1842-1920): m'd 1857 COSPER, David J.; d/o James M. and Clarissa (Downer) Frederick

FREEMAN, Elizabeth (1820-1900): m'd 1840 MERRILL, Joseph; d/o Lemuel and Rebecca Freeman

FRESHOUR, James Rufus (1826-1908): m'd 1852 MCKELHANY, Frances Annette

FRESHOUR, Rutha Malinda (1824-1890): m'd 1846 GANN, Nicholas Broyles

FRIEDLEY, James R. (1822- ): may be mistake for FRIEDLEY, Jos. P. 

FRIEDLEY, Joseph Parker (1822-1881): m'd 1851 STROUD, Amanda 

FUDGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2) FUDGE, Adam (1777/80-1849): m'd 1824 WHITEAKER, Catharine; died on board ship off Astoria returning from the California gold fields

*2) FUDGE, Adam Jr. (1845-1901): m'd 1868 PERKINS, Mary Mildred

*2) FUDGE, Amanda Jane (1843-1915): m'd 1860 HEDGES, David L.

*2) FUDGE, David (1828-1881): m'd by 1870 HAMMER, Melissa 

*2) FUDGE, Elizabeth (1829-1876): m1. 1851 BOONE, Jesse VsnBibber; m2. 1874 CREERY, Thomas M. 

*2) FUDGE, James (1836-1909): m'd 1866 PIPER, Julia Allen  

*2) FUDGE, John (1832-1892): m'd 1864 SMITH, Cordelia C. :

*2) FUDGE, Julia (1840-1879): m1. 1860 RITCHESON, Robinson; m2. 1863 COX, Philip Walter; twin to Susan 

*2) FUDGE, Maria (1825-1888): m'd 1850 SCOTT, Norman 

*2) FUDGE, Susan A. (1840-1925): m'd 1857 JONES, William; twin to Julia 

*2) FUDGE, William (1839-1917): m's 1863 BILLUPS, Elizabeth

FULKERSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FULKERSON, Elizabeth Kincaid (1824-1888): m1. 1841 DORRIS, Hiram Casey; m2. 1848 KIMSEY, Alvis; m3. 1857 GAINES, Willis; d/o James M. and Mary R. (Miller) Fulkerson

FULKERSON, Elizabeth Garrett (1806-1854): m1. 1824 HINES, William Talbert (1803-1847); m2. 1848 DODSON, Elijah; d/o James and Elizabeth (McMillin) Fulkerson 

FULKERSON, Frederick Richard (1829-1847): s/o James M. and Mary R. (Miller) Fulkerson; died 1 July 1847 on the Trail near Devil's Gate

FULKERSON, Hannah Rebecca (1835-1931): m'd 1855 CROWLEY, Solomon Kimsey; mother of  Mary Virginia  (1857-1932); James Monroe (1859-1936); John F. (1861-1897); Nancy Jane (1863-1899); Solomon Holt (1866-1945); Manson Kimsey (1869-1946); Ada Beulah Catherine (1871-1943); Effie Lelah (1874-1951): Ora Priscilla (1878-1956)

FULKERSON, James Monroe (1803-1884): m'd 1823 MILLER/FULLER, Mary Ramsey

FULKERSON, Margaret Emeline (1831-1906): m'd 1850 CURL, Caleb W.

FULKERSON, Nancy Leeper (1801-1863): m'd 1821 MILLER, Richard N.; d/o James and Elizabeth (McMillin) Fulkerson

FULKERSON, Virginia Ann (1828-1914): m'd 1848 McDANIEL, Joshua; d/o James M. and Mary R. (Miller) Fulkerson 

FULKERSON, William Holt (1840-1925): m'd 1867 CRAVEN, Sarah Jane; s/o James M. and Mary R. (Miller) Fulkerson 

FULTON, Elizabeth “Lizzy” (1843-1915): m'd 1864 SCHOLL, Louis; d/o James and Priscilla (Welles) Fulton 

FULTON, James (1816-1896): m'd 1840 WELLES, Priscilla 

FULTON, James Jr. (1847-1919): m'd 1867 FOSS, Georgiana; s/o James and Priscilla (Welles) Fulton; born 17 Feb. 1847 Missouri 

FULTON, Katherine (1829-1926): m'd SCHOLL, - I don't know when she arrived in Oregon; her surname was HAAS not Fulton, and she married Andrew Scholl  

FULTON, Lucinda "Lucie" (1841-1916): m'd 1860 ISAACS, Henry Perry (pioneer of 1852); d/o James and Priscilla (Welles) Fulton; settled at Walla Walla, WA where her husband was a merchant ,

GANN, Mahala Jane (1841-1925): m'd 1857 HOBBS, Samuel K.; d/o Nicholas B. and/or Rutha M. (Freshour) Gann; CA pioneer

GANN, Nicholas Broyles (1807-1887): m'd 1846 FRESHOUR, Rutha Malinda; CA pioneer

GANN, William Henry (1847-1919): s/o Nicholas B. and Rutha M. (Freshour) Gann; b. 11 Oct. 1847 on arrival in CA

GANT, John:

GARDNER, D. Dr.:

GARDNER, S. J.:

GARLAND FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GARLAND, Daniel O. (1820-1862): m1. 1850 BRIDGEFARMER, Emily; m2. 1861 Sutherlin, Jane (BRISCOE)

GARRETT, Christopher C. (1840-1917): m1. 1867 ROSS, Rebecca Jane; m2. 1888 (unknown), Lillian A. "Lillie"; s/o John D. and Eunice (Stark) Garrett

GARRETT, Isaac William (1838-1898): m1. 1859 WELCH, Amanda; m2. 1872 CHILD, Emma E.; s/o John D. and Eunice (Stark) Garrett; moved to Idaho in 1860, serving as Secretary of State 1895-7

GARRETT, James Henry (1836-1920): m'd 1869 KILLIN, Rachel; s/o John D. and Eunice (Stark) Garrett

GARRETT, John Dunlap (1810-1889): m'd 1836 STARK, Eunice

 GARRETT, John Marshall (1841-1869): m'd 1867 TOWNSEND, Miriam; s/o John D. and Eunice (Stark) Garrett

 GARRETT, Martha A. E. (1845-1863): d/o John D. and Eunice (Stark) Garrett

 GARRETT, Rebecca Ellen (1843-1896): m'd 1860 LONG, Charles Marion; d/o John D. and Eunice (Stark) Garrett

GARRISH, J. J.:

GATES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GATES, Alonzo (1827- ): m'd 1866 CORNELIUS, Ellen; father of  (Ellen, Frank H., Ellen Ida, Anna P., Alonzo B., and Lena Elberta); brother of Thomas

GATES, Thomas Waterman (1821- ): m'd 1847 YORK, Cynthia; father of  (William, Laura Louise, Lafayette O., Don Carlos, Sarah Adeline, Emma May and Mary)

GATY, Angeline Perces (c1807- ): m1. MILLS, Ignatius W.; m2. 1838 COMEGYS, Jacob L.; she moved to CA 1856

GEDDIS - Mary M. and Sylvanus Ray Geddis were children of Robert and Margaret (Marsh) Geddis and came with their mother and step-father William Klum

GEDDIS, Sylvanus Ray (1838-1912): m'd 1859 TOURMAN, Emily C.

GEER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GEER, Adelia ( - ): m'd 1859 CARTWRIGHT, Charles Morrison; d/o G.W. Geer - Adelia Honeywood (1842-1882): she was the daughter of Frederick W. Geer, and came in 1846 not 1847 

GEER, Calvin (1837-1930): m'd 1858 LEONARD, Ellen Sylvania; s/o Ralph and Mary (Willard) Geer

GEER, Elizabeth (1833-1916): m1. 1848 SANBORN, Charles T.; m2. 1855 SWEITZER or SWITZER, Christian E.; m3. 1861 SWEITZER or SWITZER, Joseph Robinson; m4. 1867 MULLINS, William; m5. 1870 KENT, Charles Francis; d/o Joseph C. and Mary (Johnston) Geer

GEER, Florinda "Flora" (1839-1870): m'd 1854 DAVENPORT, Timothy Woodbridge; d/o Ralph and Mary (Willard) Geer

GEER, Frances Emeline (1821-1897): m'd 1843 GRIM, John W.; d/o Joseph and Mary (Johnston) Geer

GEER, George T. ( - ): G. T. Geer had a provisional land grant 8 Nov. 1847 Lewis County - possibly this was George T. Geer (1822-1898): m'd 1860 NEFF, Samantha; s/o Samuel and Betsey Geer; but if so he returned to Connecticut; he was a sea captain:

GEER, Heman Johnson (1828-1903): m1. 1848 EOFF, Cynthia Ann; m2. 1867 DUNCAN, Eliza Ann; s/o Joseph C. and Mary (Johnston) Geer 

GEER, Iantha (1836-1907): m'd 1852 KRUSE, John; d/o Joseph C. and Mary (Johnston) Geer 

GEER, Isaiah (1827-1885?): m1. 1853 CRANDALL, Phebe; m2. OVERBY, Mrs. Elizabeth M.; s/o Joseph and Mary (Johnston) Geer; although said to have died in 1885, he was a registered voter in Yolo Co. California in 1892 and 1894 

GEER, Joseph Cary or Carey Sr. (1795-1881): m1. 1815 JOHNSTON, Mary (1797-1847); m2. 1849 Smith, Elizabeth (DIXON); m3. 1856 Strong, Mary (SPRINGER)

GEER, Juliette (c1834-c1853): d/o Joseph C. and Mary (Johnston) Geer; died age 19:

GEER, LeGrande Byington (1845-1909): m'd 1870 DEHART, Egletine; s/o Ralph and Mary (Willard) Geer

GEER, Mary (1830-1899): m'd 1848 SHORT, Robert Valentine; d/o Joseph and Mary (Johnston) Geer

GEER, Ralph Carey (1816-1895): m'd 1837 WILLARD, Mary Catherine; s/o Joseph and Mary (Johnston) Geer

GEER, Samantha (1842-1929): m'd 1858 BOWERS, Phillip; d/o Ralph and Mary (Willard) Geer

GENDIS, E.:

GERKE, Caroline Minna "Carrie" (c1844-1911): m'd c1867 HAMLIN, George; d/o Henry and Louisa (Schroeder) Gerke; CA pioneer 

GERKE, Henry (1810-1882): m'd c1843 SCHROEDER, Louisa A.; CA pioneer; established one of the largest vineyards in the state and was one of the most successfull wine-makers in the upper Sacramento Valley 

GERKE, Louis [George Louis A.] (1847- ): s/o Henry and Louisa Gerke; b. soon after reaching SF; some sources give his birth as 1849 

GIBBONS, Abigail (1833-1860): m'd 1853 SCHRODER, Jacob W.; d/o Joseph G. and Maria (Giddings) Gibbons

GIBBONS, Edward (1835-1915): m'd 1865 FLETCHER, Charlotte; s/o Joseph G. and Maria (Giddings) Gibbons

 GIBBONS, Jacob (1837-1858): never married; s/o Joseph G. and Maria (Giddings) Gibbons

 GIBBONS, Joseph G. (1797-1874): m'd 1831 GIDDINGS, Maria

GIBBONS, Maria G. Mrs. (1816-1901): m'd 1831 GIBBONS, Joseph G.

GIBBONS, Mathias Mason (1841-1895): m'd c1868 FLETCHER, Sarah Anne; s/o Joseph G. and Maria (Giddings) Gibbons

GIBSON, Eliza Jane (1842-1916): m'd 1856 WOOLEY, Henry; d/o William O. and Melinda (Burgin) Gibson

GIBSON, Elizabeth "Lizzy" (1837-1918): m1. 1851 EVANS, Isaac M./W.; m2. 1879 WHITCOMB, Levi Lee; d/o William O. and Melinda (Burgin) Gibson

 GIBSON, Humphrey (1835-1848): s/o William O. and Melinda (Burgin) Gibson; d. Jan. 1848 at Linnton

 GIBSON, James W. (1834-1927): m1. 1858 WHETSTONE, Hannah; m2. 1875 Baldra, Anna Aseneath (SWAN); s/o William O. and Melinda (Burgin) Gibson

 GIBSON, John I.:

GIBSON, Nancy: m'd BOYD, Michael; d/o William and Melinda (Burgin) Owen; did not come west until c1857

GIBSON, Polly (1832-1847): d/o William O. and Melinda (Burgin) Gibson; d. at the Cascades 

GIBSON, Tryon (1840-1848): s/o William O. and Melinda (Burgin) Gibson; d. Jan. 1848 at Linnton

GIBSON, William Owen (1810-1890): m'd 1830 BURGIN, Melinda

"GIBSON, W. O.--Born in Tennessee in 1810; crossed the plains with a family of six children and his mother. The year following his arrival in Oregon he settled in Washington County then Tualatin County and took a donation claim near Forest Grove, on which he lived twelve years. He has resided in Hillsboro since 1875; owns city property and some land. In 1830 married Miss M. Burgin, and has four living children and six dead. The living are James W., Elizabeth, Eliza J. and Jacob." [History of the Willamette Valley by Herbert Lang p.673]  

GIDDINGS, Maria (1816-1901): m'd 1831 GIBBONS, Joseph G

GILAM or GILLAM, Mary Elizabeth (1824-1883): m'd 1845 AKIN or AIKEN, John

GILBERT, Corington (1846-1864): s/o Lorenzo D. and Hannah (Belknap) Gilbert,

GILBERT, George (1836-1896): m'd 1862 HALEY, Elizabeth Courtney

GILBERT, Jane (1838-1923): m'd 1856 CLARK, Nelson

GILBERT, Lorenzo Dow (1812-1882): m'd 1833 BELKNAP, Hannah

GILBERT, Philander (1834-1905): m'd 1855 WATTS, Mary

GILBERT, Phineas (1843-1929): m1. 1868 BOWEN, Adelia Ann; m2. 1908 Guy, Anna (NELSON); s/o Lorenzo D. and Hannah (Belknap) Gilbert

GILBERT, Riley (1841-1913): m1. 1865 ALLEN, Nancy D.; m2. 1879 CUMMINGS, Emma C.; s/o Lorenzo D. and Hannah (Belknap) Gilbert

GILBORIN, A. J. (1818- ): probably a misreading of Gilliam, Andrew Jackson

GILCHREST, Thomas Marion (1846-1911): m'd 1886 Frazer, Anna (JOHNSON); s/o William M. and Mary Ann (Parris) Gilchrest

GILCHREST, William Marion (1826-1897): m'd 1844 PARRIS, Mary Ann

GILL, Peter : probably Peter GUILD 

GILLIAM, Andrew Jackson (1818-1890): m'd  12 Dec 1839 CLAY, Sarah Thompson "Sally"; s/o of Jesse Gilliam (1790-1867) & Jennett McDowell (c1791-1860)

GILLIAM, Eleazar (1840-1902): m'd 13 Oct 1861 ROBBINS, Nancy Jane; s/o Andrew J Gilliam & Sarah T. Clay

GILLIAM, Ellen (1814-1876): m'd 2 Jul 1835 LEWIS, John Harrison; d/o of Jesse Gilliam (1790-1867) & Jennett McDowell (c1791-1860)

GILLIAM, George: said to have come in 1847 via the Applegate Trail

GILLIAM, John ( -c1849): m'd 1847/8 DICKERSON, Hannah Rhetta; said to have come in 1847 via the Applegate Trail; died in CA gold fields

GILLIAM, Martha Jane (1846-1906): m'd 29 Jul 1862 STANLEY, William Jasper; d/o Andrew J Gilliam & Sarah T. Clay

GILLIAM, Rebecca Ann (1844-1902): m'd 14 Sep 1858 SPLAWN, Francis Marion; d/o Andrew J Gilliam & Sarah T. Clay

GILLILAND, Isaac ( -1847): an elderly man from Long Island, with no family, he drove a wagon across the plains for Luke Saunders; he was a tailor by trade and was engaged by Dr. Marcus Whitman to make some suits, falling victim at his sewing table on 29 Nov. 1847 in the Whitman Massacre:

GILMORE, Adalasha ( -1847): m'd 1840 CLELAND, Robert; died of measles on arrival at Molalla Creek

GLENN, Elizabeth Vinson (1824-1868): m'd 1841 LARKINS, Monroe

GLOVER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GLOVER, Matilda Ann (1811-1901): m1. 1837 COONCE, Nicholas; m2. 1848 JACKSON, John R.; d/o John and Matilda (Nettle) Glover; after death of husband on trail Matilda continued on with her two sons and in 1848 married John Jacksonat Oregon City;  they  settled on Jackson Prairie, WA 

GLOVER, William (1822-1892): m'd 1843 GRAVES, Jane Jett; s/o Philip and Sarah (Coonse or Koontz) Glover; nephew of Matilda; his parents, brothers and sisters came 1849

GOFF FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GOFF, David Reason (1847-1847): s/o Samuel F. and Nancy (Virgin) Goff; born on the Trail and died at the foot of the Calapooia Mountains on the Trail 

GOFF, Leonard - possibly a mistake for John Leonard Eoff 

GOFF, Samuel Ford (1820-1887): m'd 1844 VIRGIN, Nancy; took the southern or Applegate route; his parents and other family members came 1844

GOODELL, John Brown (1820-1875): m'd  03 Aug 1843 RHOADES, Dalinda; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Brown) Goodell; born 18 Jun 1820 Lancaster, Genesee Co, NY and died 22 Feb 1875 Champoeg, Marion Co, OR; buried Champoeg Cemetery, Champoeg, Marion Co, OR; father of 7 children (Thomas R., Cynthia Ann, Mary Avarilla, Francis Marion, William Henry, Christopher Columbus and John Lincoln)

GOODELL, Thomas R. (1844-1922): m'd c1871 ADY, Gerutha Ella; s/o John and Dalinda (Rhoades) Goodell; born 25 Aug 1844 Fulton Co, IL and died 11 Apr 1922 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

GOODHUE, Samuel Henry (1809/13-1897): m'd 1849 DAVIDSON, Laurinda Jane; said to be pioneer of 1847, possibly earlier

GOODIN, [ ] Mr.: named in Bishop Blanchet journal - may be one of the following (Gooding or Goodwin) 

GOODING, Jasper A. (c1819- ): CA pioneer 

GOODWIN, William Henry (1813-1880): never married 

GOODYEAR, Andrew:

GORDNEY, Samuel:

GORDON, Benjamin (1813/7- ): said to be pioneer of 1847 - per Early Oregonian Search, pioneer of 1846; settled in WA state

GORDON, Thomas (1827-1854): s/o William and Juana Maria (Lucero) Gordon; returning from the east to CA; diverted to OR with Wiggins party

GOTHARD, Samuel (1815- ):

GOULD, Elizabeth ( -1849): m'd 1815 WARREN, Edward

GOULDY, Wilkeson (1828- ): aka Wilkinson Gula or Wickliff Gouley; prob. s/o Lewis H. and Elenor (Mulligan) Gooldy; took the Applegate Trail; said to have been a relative of Prior Blair

GRACE, Oliver (1829-1902): m'd 1865 HILL, Esther

GRACER, Jacob:

GRAHAM, David C. (1818-1865): m'd c1854 BRICKLEY, Margaret Melinda; s/o David and Margaret (Parks) Graham

GRAHAM, John ( -1847): s/o William and Mary (Griswold) Graham; died on the plains on the Trail

GRAHAM, Nancy (1838-1914): m'd 1856 STARR, Willis; d/o William and Mary (Griswold) Graham

GRAHAM, William W. (1821-1905): m'd 1846 MARION, Catherine; s/o David and Margaret (Parks) Graham

GRAHAM, William (1800-1881): m'd 1830 GRISWOLD, Mary   

GRANT, Eliza (c1829- ): m'd 1846 WELLS, Daniel F. 

GRANT, Hugh R. (1830-1912): m'd 1851 WILLIAMS, Josephine; s/o John Grant; said to be pioneer of 1847, if so returned east and came again in 1852 

GRANT, John Francis (1831-1907): m'd BRUNEAU, Clotilde; son of Richard and Marie (Breland) Grant; his father the proprietor of Fort Hall; traveled to Fort Hall partway with Magone Company  

GRANT, Stanislas Richard (1825-1852): m'd 1847 de LANGIE, Christine Emilie Levreault; son of Richard and Marie (Breland) Grant; his father the proprietor of Fort Hall; traveled to Fort Hall partway with Magone Company; said to have an infant son with him as well

*1) GRAVES, George Washington (1833- ): m'd 1855 MCCAIN, Ellen; s/o James and Diana (Newton) Graves

*1) GRAVES, Harriet (1832- ): black servant with James B. Graves family

*1) GRAVES, Harrison T. (1840-1916): m'd 1878 CHAPMAN, Eusebia Jane

*1) GRAVES, James B. (1796-1882): m'd 1823 NEWTON, Diana; m2. BEWLEY, Mrs. Catherine (ELLIS)

*1) GRAVES, James Milton (1829-1859): s/o James B. and Diana (Newton) Graves

*1) GRAVES, Jane Jett (1827-1876): m'd 1843 GLOVER, William

*1) GRAVES, Lucy Elizabeth (1836-1903): m1. 1852 BEWLEY, James Frank; m2. 1893, COWLS, John W.; d/o James B. and Diana (Newton) Graves

*1) GRAVES, Thomas Newton (1831- ): m'd 1852 BEWLEY, Maranda Narcissa

GREEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GREEN, Anna Harvey (1807-1900): m'd 1827 LEE, Philander; d/o Israel and Hannah (Witter) Green; Anna Harvey Green b. 17 Dec 1807, Ovid Seneca, NY d. 28 Mar 1900 Canby, Clackamas, Oregon, m Philander lee b. 22 Feb 1802 Warren Co., NY d. 12 Jan 1887 Canby, Clackamas, Oregon on 20 Oct 1827 Jefferson Co., NY

GREEN, Calvin (1832-1873):  d 1873 Near Eureka, Nevada; s/o John and Philinda (Lee) Green; Calvin was a stockman in Eastern OR.  While traveling with a band of horses, he was shot and killed by Hank Vaughn, a notorious outlaw and horse thief; Calvin died without issue

GREEN, Israel Nelson (1827-aft 1910): m. 30 Jan. 1853 Monroe Co., IA, UNDERWOOD, Urana; b. 11 Jun 1827 Jefferson Co, NY d. 10 Aug 1919 Sulphur Springs, Hopkins, Texas (Oregon Trail in 1847 with the Lee & Greens but returned to Iowa and his family's farm)

GREEN, James (1817-1888): m'd 1874 MCDONALD, Mrs. Edna S.

GREEN, John Harvey (1805-1847): m'd LEE, Philinda; John Harvey �Harvey� Green b. 17 Oct 1805 Ovid, Seneca, NY d. 9 Sep 1847 drowned in the Snake River @ American Falls, Idaho also son of Israel Green/sp Hannah Witter m Philinda Lee b. 12 Feb 1812 Jefferson Co., NY d. 19 Oct 1873 Portland, Oregon

GREEN, William Orville (1830-1878): m'd 1855 YOUNG, Mary Frances; s/o John and Philinda (Lee) Green

GREENING, Mary Jane (1786-1858): m'd 1813 ALDRIDGE, John

GREENWELL, Robert (1824/5-1901): m'd 1850 TULLIS, Minerva Jane; s/o Robert and Dorcas Jane (Frakes) Greenwell; one of 4 men “packing” from Ft. Hall with S. M. Pennington; returned east to Schuyler Co. IL by 1850, and later to Kansas 

GREGG, Margaret (c1814- ): m'd 1836 YOUNG, Pleasant 

GREWELL, Daniel (1812-1888): never married; son of John and Mary (David) Grewell 

GREWELL, Mary Ann (1814-1902): m'd 1831 WHEALDON, Isaac; d/o John and Mary (David) Grewell

GRIGGS, Aley B. (1827-1903): m1. 1848 MORRIS, Sarah Jane; m2. 1881 GARD, Mrs. Ruth G. [ ]; described variously as pioneer of 1847 and of 1850; probably returned east and came again 

GRIM, Byron J. (1846-1938): m'd 1867 SEWELL, Mary A.; s/o John W. and Frances E. (Geer) Grim; wife also seen as SENEL, Mari H.

GRIM, John Walker (1820-1892): m'd 1843 RICE, Francis Emeline (GEER); marriage date has been given as 16 Aug. 1843 Knox Co., Illinois, but is actually recorded as 11 Aug. 1844 in Knox Co.,

GRIM, Lois (1844- ): m'd 1861 DUVALL, G. R.;   born 7 Jan. 1844, and her parents have been given as John and Frances, but perhaps she was a daughter of Frances by her first husband Mr. Rice; otherwise I don't know why she should have been left off the list given in the biography of John W. Grim above

GRIM, Martha N. (1847-1926): m'd 1860 SCHNUR, Michael; d/o John W. and Frances E. (Geer) Grim; born 12 May 1847 in Nebraska on the Trail 

GRIMES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GRIMES, Catherine (1804-1881): m'd 1818 HAGEY, Andrew;
m2. 1853/5 BOOTH, Austin; came 1848

GRIMES, Ephraim (1800-1845): m'd c1824 EDDY, Phebe; Ephraim died in MO in 1845 prior to emigration

GRIMES, George W. (c1831- ): s/o Ephraim and Phebe (Eddy) Grimes

GRIMES, Julia (1802-1866): m'd 1823 MONTGOMERY, Samuel

GRIMES, Mary "Polly" (1810-1868): m'd 1830 PATTON, Matthew

GRIMES, Philander: s/o Ephraim and Phebe (Eddy) Grimes

GRIMES, Willard L.: s/o Ephraim and Phebe (Eddy) Grimes

GRIMSLEY, Almeda (1826-1912): m'd 1847 MORRIS, Joseph Hooker; d/o John and Mary (Scott) Grimsley; probably came 1851.

GRIMSLEY, John (1793-1887): m'd 1821 SCOTT, Mary

GRIMSLEY, Malinda (1838-1918): m'd 1852, div. and remarried 1860 WINKLE, Montgomery; d/o John and Mary (Scott) Grimsley

GRIMSLEY, Mary Ellen (1840-1925): m'd 1858 PALMER, Andrew; d/o John and Mary (Scott) Grimsley

GRIMSLEY, Matilda (1828-c1859): m'd 1848 STEWART, Archimedes "Kim"; d/o John and Mary (Scott) Grimsley

GRIMSLEY, Pamelia (1834-1905): m'd 1851 WINKLE, Wiley; d/o John and Mary (Scott) Grimsley

GRIMSLEY, Robert D. O. (1831-c1861): m'd 1851 WINKLE, Gilla Ann; s/o John and Mary (Scott) Grimsley

GRISWOLD, Mary (1810-1874): m'd 1830 GRAHAM, William

GROCE, Nancy (1810-1876): m'd 1827 ZUMWALT, Solomon

GUILD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GUILD, Berrich Chickering (1845-1918): m'd 1871 LARUE, Emily Maria

GUILD, Charles (1835-1905): m'd 1868 SAVAGE, Cordelia

GUILD, James Otis (1840-1901): m'd 1869 ROBERTS, Rosabelle "Rosa"

GUILD, Jesse William (1843-1896): m'd 1870 POPEJOY, Rachel

GUILD, Joseph Smith (1844-1916): m1. 1868 REDDICK, Christiana; m2. HUNTINGTON, Martha; m3. LEAVY, Myra Margaret 

GUILD, Mary I. (1837- ): m'd 1859 TILDEN, Thomas F. - this was Mary J. GILL (1843- ), d/o 1852 pioneers Lewis and Anne (Wilson) Gill 

GUILD, Mary Jane (1837-1854): m'd 1853 MATTHEWS, Albert Atwater; d/o Peter or Eliza (Richardson) Guild; family Bible records her birth as 10 Feb. 1837 immediately following the entry for birthdate of Eliza (Richardson) Guild - timewise it falls between the death of Peter's wife Chloe and before his marriage to Elizabeth, making her parentage problematical; she died giving birth to twins, both of whom also died

GUILD, Peter (1797-1870): m'd c1829 (Unknown) , Chloe ( -1836); m2. 1839 RICHARDSON, Elizabeth; Peter GUILD married Chole in 1828/1830, but on 12 January 1836 she died as a result of measles, after still being weak from almost drowning in a river accident. She was buried with her daughter Betsy. In January of 1839 Peter married Elizabeth RICHARDSON in Whiteside County, Il. Elizabeth was born 26 April 1812 in Blacksburg, Virginia. She died on 17 October 1888 at Portland, Oregon. Peter and Elizabeth are buried in the family plot at Riverview Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. They had 8 children including my great grandmother ISABELLE Guild born 20 Dec. 1849 in Portland, Oregon.  Peter and Chloe had 3 children  Leonard b. 8 NOV. 1830 , Betsy b. 5 Nov. 1832 and Charles b. 8 Feb.1835.   Charles was the only child to survive the accident on the river. Leonard and Betsy drowned.  Peter and Elizabeth along with Charles and 4 of " their " children came to Portland in 1847 on the Oregon Trail.

GUILE, Benjamin C. - Benjamin C. Guile filed on a provisional land claim on 6 June 1848 in Linn County. There were a number of Benjamin Guiles in eastern states in 1850, so perhaps he returned there.  

GUSHURST FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GUSHURST, Mary Margaret (1824 -1914): m'd 1854 LAFORREST, Eugene; buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR

HACKETT, John C. (1825-1895): m'd 1850 JOHNSON, Esther Ellen

HACKLEMAN, Abram (1829-1904): m1. 1849 DAVIS, Eleanor Benston; m2. 1900 McKinnon, Elvira "Vira" (ANTHROM);  s/o Abner and Elizabeth (Lines) Hackleman; father came to OR in 1845, returned east to bring his family to OR and died there in 1846; mother and children emigrated in 1847

HACKLEMAN, John Harris (1834-1883): m'd COWAN, Elizabeth A.; s/o Abner and Elizabeth (Lines) Hackleman; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR; father came to OR in 1845, returned east to bring his family to OR and died there in 1846; mother and children emigrated in 1847

HACKLEMAN, Perlina ( - ): m'd 1852 SMITH, Absalom M.; d/o Abner and Elizabeth (Lines) Hackleman; father came to OR in 1845, returned east to bring his family to OR and died there in 1846; mother and children emigrated in 1847

HAGEY, Levi (1825-1905): m1. 18 Mar 1847 SHUCK, Elizabeth; m2. 13 Aug 1891 CHANEY, Mrs. Emily (STOCKTON);  s/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey' born 15 Aug 1825 NC and died 25 Jun 1905 Yamhill Co, OR; father of  9 children by first wife (Susan, Amanda J., Mary Ann, Andrew, Jacob, Sarah Catherine, Eliza E., Henry Levi and Peter)

HAGEY, Mary E. (1820-1911): m'd  27 May 1838 SAPPINGFIELD, John; d/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born 07 Dec 1820 NC and died 26 Aug 1911 Marion Co, OR; buried Howell Prairie Cemetery, Marion Co, OR; mother of 7 children (William, Louisa, George, Amanda, John W., Henry A. and Charles)

HAKES, Fannie Maria (1826-1883): m'd 1846 PEEK, Abraham Morton

HALEY, Mary: m'd BIRD, Robert

HALEY, Nancy B. (1823-1881): m'd 1839 BAKER, John; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

HALL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HALL, Alonzo (1829-1870): never married; s/o Mathew and Malinda Hall; was listed in several census records as insane; lived on the home farm up until 1880 when he is not longer found in the records.

HALL, Anne Eliza (1841-1864): m'd 1856HOLLAND, Alamanza; d/o Peter and Rachel Eliza (Huff) Hall  Whitman Massacre      Peter D. Hall family

HALL, Eliza M.(1838-1874): m'd 04 Feb 1858 HAGEY, Peter H.; d/o Mathew and Malinda Hall; born 03 Nov 1838 IL and died 28 Nov 1874 Yamhill Co, OR; buried in Dundee Cemetery, Dundee, Yamhill Co, OR; mother of 5 children (Delphia, Ernest Grover, Clara, Amanda and Mary E.); after her death her husband remarried and was killed in Portland in 1905 when he was hit by a truck

HALL, Gertrude Jane (1837-1933): m'd1853 WHITE, Leonard; d/o Peter and Rachel Eliza (Huff) Hall Whitman Massacre      Peter D. Hall family

HALL, Harriet (1831-1918): m'd HALD, Henry C.; d/o Mathew and Malinda Hall; born 31 May 1831 IL and died 14 Feb 1918 Hood River Co, OR

HALL, Lafayette (1843- ):

HALL, Lafayette F. (1846-1923): m1. 25 Jul 1867 ELLISON, Amanda S.; m2. Nov 1885 ROWLAND, Frances M.; s/o Mathew and Malinda Hall; born 17 Jan 1846 Macoupin Co, IL and died 20 Jun 1923 Newberg, Yamhill Co, ORl fathr of 4 sons by first wife (William L., Overt E., Elmer C. and Ellis); father of 1 daughter by second wife (Ethel)

HALL, Lucinda (1847-1872): m'd 07 Mar 1867 HAYES, Ebenezer; d/o Thomas and Lucinda (Robinette) Hall; Lucinda was born 08 Jan 1847 MO and died 05 Feb 1872 Linn Co, OR; mother of 3 known children (Ernest Freeman, Lidda Lucinda and Hannah) Thomas A. Hall family

HALL, Malinda (1804-1883): m1. 28 Feb 1824 HALL, Matthew; m2. 30 Jan 1870 JONES, William (divorced 01 Nov 1873); d/o John Hall; mother of 7 children (Alonzo, Harriet, Caroline, Presley, Eliza M., Martha M. and Lafayette F.)

HALL, Martha M. (1841-1885): m'd  17 May 1860 HAGEY, Andrew J.ackson; d/o Mathew and Malinda Hall; born 1841 IL and died 17 Mar 1885 Howell Prairie, Marion Co, OR; mother of 6 children (Catherine A., E. Grant, Anna E., Willis A., Ella Pearl and Amy M.)

HALL, Mary Ann (1840-1863): m'd c1859 PECKENPAUGH, Ezariah;; d/o Thomas and Lucinda (Robinette) Hall; Mary was born 1840 MO and died c1863 Linn Co, OR; mother of 1 known child (Sylvanus) Thomas A. Hall family

HALL, Mary Catherine (1839-1874): m'd1854 SMITH, William X.; d/o Peter and Rachel Eliza (Huff) Hall Whitman Massacre      Peter D. Hall family

HALL, Matthew "Squire" (1798-1869): m'd 28 Feb 1824  [   ], Malinda; s/o William and Sarah (Holland) Hall; born 05 Feb 1798 NC and died 18 Jan 1869 Yamhill Co, OR; was the father of 7 children (Alonzo, Harriet, Caroline, Presley, Eliza M., Martha M. and Lafayette F.);  was shot and killed by his son, Presley during an altercation.

HALL, Nancy Ann "Annie" (1798-1855): m'd 1823 BRIDGEFARMER, David

HALL, Noah (c1820-1847): m'd 1844 BEAL, Rosanna; died on the Trail near the confluence of the Columbia and Umatilla rivers of measles 

HALL, Peter D. (1816-1847): killed in aftermath of Whitman Massacre       Peter D. Hall family

HALL, Presley (1834-aft 1880): s/o Mathew and Malinda Hall; convicted of shooting and killing his father during an altercation; spent 10 years in the Oregon penitientiary; was living with family member until 1880 census when he is no longer found in the records

HALL, Rachel Mariah (1846-1866): m'd1863 ROOD, Grandville H.; d/o Peter and Rachel Eliza (Huff) Hall  Whitman Massacre      Peter D. Hall family

HALL, Rebecca (1844-1909): m'd 1860 CONE, Philander Johnson; m2. 1892 HOPKINS;  d/o Peter and Rachel Eliza (Huff) Hall  Whitman Massacre      Peter D. Hall family

HALL, Robert (1838-bef 1899): m'd 24 Aug 1865 CARTER, Mary Ann; Robert was born 1838 MO and died bef 1899; s/o Thomas and Lucinda (Robinette) Hall; settled Linn Co, OR Thomas A. Hall family

HALL, Sarah Vilena (1847-1918): m'd 1863 SCHOLFIELD, Benjamin David; d/o Noah and Rosanna (Beal) Hall 

HALL, Thomas (1845-bef 1899): s/o Thomas and Lucinda (Robinette) Hall; Thomas was born 1845 MO and died prior to 1899 Thomas A. Hall family

HALL, Thomas A. (1804-1873): m'd 28 Dec 1833 ROBINETTE, Lucinda; father of seven known children (Robert, Mary Ann, Thomas, Lucinda, Missouri, Catharine, Eliza and Louella)  Thomas A. Hall family

*10) HALSTEAD Family:

*10) HALSTEAD, Rebecca W. (1803-1866): m'd 1827 BONSER, John

HAMILTON, Angeline Martha “Nancy” (1847-1919): m'd 1867 RIDDELL, George H.; d/o Joseph and Caroline (Owens) Hamilton; born on the Trail 

HAMILTON, John (1815-1894): m'd 1853 MOORE, Jane; s/o Joseph and Martha (Boyd) Hamilton; came with brothers William and Joseph; returned to Iowa 1852 

HAMILTON, Joseph Elmer (1819-1884): m'd 1846 OWENS, Caroline; s/o Joseph and Martha (Boyd) Hamilton; came with brothers William and John Hamilton 

HAMILTON, Laura Ann (1808-c1885): m'd 1825 REXFORD, William Dows 

HAMILTON, Mary Ellen (1818-1880): m1. 1840 WILLIS, Jacob; m2. 1851 VANCE, Samuel N. 

HAMILTON, William (1813-1851): m'd c1850 TAYLOR, Melcena; s/o Joseph and Martha (Boyd) Hamilton; said to have come in 1845, but if so returned east and brought his brothers John and Joseph out in 1847; murdered 1851 

*11) HAMMOND, Sarah (1800-1885): m'd 1817 BUELL, Elias

HANEY, Mary (1784-1851): m'd BURNSIDE, Daniel

HANSLEY or ANESHANSLEY, Tobias (1826-1907): m'd 1852 KIRKPATRICK, Mary E.; according to the OHS Pioneer Register he arrived in Oregon in Oct. 1847, but possibly this is an error; may have come to Oregon later with the US Army, in which he enlisted for his second term on 29 Nov. 1848 at Lancaster Ohio 

HARDEN, Absolom B. (c1814-1887): m1. 1831 ASHCRAFT, Delilah; m2. 1857 WHITMAN or WHITEMAN, Rosa Ann; m3. 1861 ENGLISH, unknown; m4. 1870 BENEFIELD, Louisa; moved to California by 1852 

HARDEN, Elizabeth Jane (1839-1915): m'd c1857 VINCENT, Albert; d/o Absolom B. and Delilah (Ashcraft) Harden 

HARDEN, Henry (c1845- ): s/o Absolom B. and Delilah (Ashcraft) Harden 

HARDEN, John Richard (1834-1908): m1. 1861 CARTWRIGHT, Lucretia; m2. 1901 SUMSTINE, Mrs. Jane; s/o Absolom and Delilah (Ashcraft) Harden 

HARDEN, Lucinda (1836- ): m'd 1855 OLMSTEAD, Cornelius W.; d/o Absolom and Delilah (Ashcraft) Harden 

HARDEN, Mary Ellen (1842-1912): m1. 1857 DALE, George W.; m2. 1871 HOFFMAN, George L.; d/o Absolom B. and Delilah (Ashcraft) Harden

HARDMAN, Catherine (1843-1913): m'd 1860 EASTLAND, George; d/o Joshua and Martha E. (McCombs) Hardman; CA pioneer  

HARDMAN, Elisha (1845-1928): m'd 1867 SMITH, Mary Ellen; s/o Joshua and Martha E. (McCombs) Hardman; CA pioneer  

HARDMAN, Joshua (1814-1885): m'd 1838 McCOMBS, Martha Eliza; s/o Benjamin J. and Catherine (Hostetler) Hardman; to CA 1847, or possibly 1848  

HARDMAN, Levi Wise (1820-1897): m'd 1846 BROADHURST, Alice; s/o Benjamin J. and Catherine (Hostetler) Hardman; said to have gone to CA 1847 with brother Joshua, but child born "Utah" or "Idaho" 8 July 1848, if date of birth correct then came 1848  

HARDMAN, Perry Ann (1847-1917): m'd 1866 HOWARD, Rufus Warren; d/o Joshua and Martha E. (McCombs) Hardman; CA pioneer  

HARDMAN, Placida (1840-1904): m'd 1856 GRIDLEY, Jackson; d/o Joshua and Martha E. (McCombs) Hardman; CA pioneer  

HARDMAN, Samuel (1818-1883): m'd 1842 BACKUS, Mary; s/o Benjamin J. and Catherine (Hostetler) Hardman; birth of daughter said to be in May 1848 in Indiana makes it unlikely he came 1847;  brought family out in 1850  

HARDMAN, T. L. (c1847/8- ): c/o Levi and Alice (Brodhurst) Hardman; born Utah, possibly on Trail?  

HARDMAN, William B. (1847- ): s/o Levi and Alice (Brodhurst) Hardman; said to have gone to CA 1847 

HARE, Margaret (1810-1893): m'd 1833 WRIGHT, Jesse;  m2. 1848 LUCE [LOOSE], John

HARGRAVE, Mary Jane (1820-1862): m'd 1841 MULKEY, Phillip P.

HARLESS, Almeda or Ann Eliza (1815-1848): m'd 1836 POWELL, David; d/o Joseph and Agnes (Adkins) Harless  

HARLESS, Susan (c1822-c1859): m1. 1840 COCKRELL, Claiborne; m2. 1848 RYAN, William; d/o Joseph and Agnes (Adkins) Harless 

HARLOW, Mary E. (1820-1852): m'd 1840 MAXON, Silas D.

HARMON, Louisa (1829-1912): m'd 1844 NELSON, Henry W.

HARPOLE, Barbara (1845-1920): m'd 1871 PRUETT, William Hamilton; d/o James and Mahala (Zumwalt) Harpole

HARPOLE, Elizabeth (1839-1900): m'd 1861 LINGO, James Wesley

HARPOLE, James Walker (1814-1893): m1. 1837 ZUMWALT, Mahala ( -1847); m2. 1853 LINGO, Cynthia Ann (ZUMWALT); s/o Paul P. and Barbara (Conrad) Harpole; his first of 3 plains crossings - first wife died 13 Aug. 1847 at Powder River on the Trail; he went to the CA gold mines in 1848 and again in 1850, returned east by sea and crossed the plains again in 1851 as captain of a train; returned east again in 1852 and again crossed the plains in 1853 as captain of a train

HARPOLE, John (1843-1926): never married, s/o James and Mahala (Zumwalt) Harpole

HARPOLE, Marion D. (1831-1900): m'd 1868 LIVERMORE, Mary Ann

HARPOLE, Nancy E. (1847- ): m'd 1867 HAGEY, John M.

HARPOLE, Peter (1841-1919): m1. 1864 SOUTHWORTH, Elizabeth Ann; m2. 1893 or c1897 DAVIS, Serena Harman; s/o James and Mahala (Zumwalt) Harpole

HARPOLE, Sarah (1837-1912): m'd 1857 DAUGHERTY, John W.; d/o James and Mahala (Zumwalt) Harpole 

HARPOLE, Susan (1845- ): m'd SHAFFER, Mr.

HARPOLE, William Pope (1807-1862): m'd 1829 McMULLIN, Nancy Mary; s/o Paul P. and Barbara (Conrad) Harpole; said to be pioneer of 1847, but birth date of daughter Nancy, given as 2 May 1848 IL, would appear to rule this out; probably his only trip was in 1851, probably under brother James Harpole as captain 

HARRELL, David Harrison (1840-1916): s/o Isaac and Mary Ann (Jolly) Harrell  

HARRELL, Emmaline J. (1828-1856): d/o Isaac and Mary Ann (Hollis) Harrell; possibly came in 1847  

HARRELL, Isaac (1806-1893): m1. 1827 HOLLIS, Mary Ann; m2. 1838 McComas, Mary Ann (JOLLY)  

HARRELL, James Edwin Ray (1830-1924): m'd 1878 JOHNSON, Emma; s/o Isaac and Mary Ann (Hollis) Harrell  

HARRELL, Martha Ann (1847-1923): m'd 1867 JONES, W. W.; d/o Isaac and Mary Ann (Jolly) Harrell; she had a son William W. Ellison by Zachariah Ellison in 1870  

HARRELL, Mary Elizabeth (1843-1931): m'd 1866 WALKER, James W.; d/o Isaac and Mary Ann (Jolly) Harrell  

HARRELL, William Hollis (1833-1915): m'd 1857 CAVE, Mary Ann; s/o Isaac and Mary Ann (Hollis) Harrell

HARRIS, Eliza (1843-1863): m'd 1859 WEST, William L.; d/o Thomas and (first wife) Harris

HARRIS, John (1798-1870): m1. unknown; m2 1836 DODSON, Mary

HARRIS, John Carl (1825-1923): m1. 1848 STEPHENS, Lucy; m2. 1853 SMITH, Cinderella R.; to California 1847 and came up to Oregon 1848

HARRIS, John E. (1847- ): m'd 1867 SMITH, Eliza; s/o Reuben and Clarinda (Buck) Harris; born July 1847 Rocky Mountains on the Trail

HARRIS, Maria (1842-1919): m'd 1857 DAVIS, John; d/o Thomas and (first wife) Harris

HARRIS, Reuben (1820-1888): m'd 1846 BUCK, Clarinda; s/o John and (first wife) Harris

HARRIS, Thomas (1820-1856): m1. unknown; m2. 1844 DAWSON, Mahulda; s/o John and (first wife) Harris

HARRIS, William Jasper (1846-1918): m'd 1867 TUPPER, Alice L.; s/o Thomas and Mahulda (Dawson) Harris

HARRIS, William M. (1826/7-1905): m'd 1851 BONNEY, Harriet Newell; m2. 1852 ELLENBURG, Harriet Mrs; may be brother of Thomas and Reuben said to be pioneer of 1847 - gravestone identifies as 1848 

HARRISON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HARRISON, Ann (1834- ): d/o Hugh and Delia Harrison

HARRISON, Catherine (1847- ): m'd 1866 WRIGHT, Thomas; born shortly after arrival; d/o Hugh and Delia (Bush) Harrison

HARRISON, Evaline Elizabeth (c1845-1914 ): m'd c1860 ROE, John F.; d/o Hugh and Delia (Bush) Harrison

HARRISON, Hugh (1801-1877): m'd 1831 BUSH, Delia

HARRISON, James Lawrence (1841-1894): m'd 1873 TAYLOR, Adelaide Sarah; twin brother of Susan; s/o Hugh and Delia Harrison

HARRISON, Margaret Jane (1838- ): m'd 1858 WORTHINGTON, Charles; d/o Hugh and Delia (Bush) Harrison

HARRISON, Mary Moore (1832- ): m'd 1850 EVANS, Napoleon B.; d/o Hugh and Delia (Bush) Harrison

HARRISON, Sarah (1836-1929): m'd 1854 REEVES, Bartel; d/o Hugh and Delia (Bush) Harrison

HARRISON, Susan Delia (1841- ): m'd 1859 MURPHY, Daniel H.; twin sister of James; d/o Hugh and Delia (Bush) Harrison

HART, Horace: said to be pioneer of 1847 - possibly Horace George (1824- ): removed to CA by 1850

HARTY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HARTY, Abraham (1841-1863): s/o Dennis and Mary (Redding) Harty

HARTY, Dennis (1818-1870): m'd 1842 REDDING, Mary; s/o Daniel and Sally (Long) Harty

HARTY, James N. (1822-1894): m1. 1852 McKAY, Christiana; m2. 1868 WATSON, Verlinder; s/o Daniel and Sally (Long) Harty

HARTY, Julia Ann (1846-1850): d/o Dennis and Mary (Redding) Harty; died from burns caused by her clothes catching fire

HASKIN, Amelia Jane (1830-1901): m'd 1850 FINE, Thomas L.; d/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; located in Oregon and Washington

HASKIN, Benoni (1833-c1907): m'd c1890 (unknown), Minerva A.; s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; located in Oregon where he saw military service, and later in Washington

HASKIN, David Harvey (1841- ): m'd c1870 SPEARS, Hattie J.; s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; died after 1880; a minister, lived in California

HASKIN, Henry Clay (1837-1903): m'd 1868 GULBERSON, Margaret Catherine; s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; lived in California where he served during the civil war there and in Utah

HASKIN, James B. (1834-1912): m'd c1855 SHIRTZ, Evaline; s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; a blacksmith, settled in Oregon about 1858

HASKIN, Joseph (1843- ): m'd c1869 BRAINARD, Katherine; s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; died after 1896; a blacksmith, settled in California

HASKIN, Ozro (1839-1902): m1. 1865 STARK, Elizabeth Angeline; m2. 1887 Campbell, Abbie Olivia (CANFIELD); s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; a blacksmith and general machinist, lived in California and Arizona

HASKIN, William Alexander (1846-1906): m'd 1876 LAMPKIN, Mary E.; s/o William A. and Nancy (Findley) Haskin; served during the civil war in the Pacific Northwest, settled in California

HASKIN, William Anson (1811-1881): m'd 1829 FINDLEY, Nancy Jane; family went south from Oregon to California in 1849 during the gold rush, where most remained, William settling in Napa County

HASTINGS, Loren Brown (1814-1881): m'd 1843 BINGHAM, Lucinda

HASTINGS, Oregon Columbus (1846-1912):  m1. 1867 BIRCH, Matilda; m2. 1884 Smith, Sylvestria (LAYZELL); s/o Loren B. and Lucinda (Bingham) Hastings

HATTON/HATTEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HATTON, Harriet: m'd DILLON, William H.; d/o Jonah Berget Matthews; siblings and father came in 1852.  Her father died on the trail of cholera.  Other family members settled in Clark Co, WA

HAUN, [ ]: probably same as HAWN, Jacob (1804- ): m2. PIERSON, Harriet E.; a miller, brought his family out in 1843 and probably made several trips across the plains

HAUN, Mary "Polly" (c1805-1848/9): m'd 1828 LYNN, James; CA pioneer

HAWKINS, William (1824-1901):  called pioneer of 1847; may have come in 1846

HAWKS, Helen Maria (1812- 1892): m'd 1837 LAMSON, Jeremiah

HAWORTH or HAYWORTH, Alta Marilda Samara Clementine (1842-1894): m'd 1858 CUSKER, James E.; d/o Job S. and Clementine Samara Hayworth

HAWORTH or HAYWORTH, Job Scott (1805-1892): m1. 1838 ESKEW?, Semera [or SAMARIA, Clementine]; m2. 1844 THORNBURG, Elizabeth Burris

HAWORTH or HAYWORTH, Mary Elizabeth (1846-1898): m'd c1860 HAMILTON, William; d/o Job S. and Elizabeth (Thornburg) Hayworth

HAWORTH, Sylvia - see Alta Marilda Samara Clementine

HAWS, William Capt. (1800-1884): m1. 1823 SOUTHWICK, Lucinda; m2. 1868 Moffett, Louisa (DEFENBAUGH); captain and camp master 1847, spent the next two years traveling to California, Mexico, South America and Cuba before returning to Putnam Co., Illinois by 1850; no children by first wife, who probably remained in Illinois in 1847

HAYBOARD, ?:

HAYES, Henry Clay ( -1847):

HAYES, Henry Elizur (1830- ):

HAYES, Mr. ( -1847):

HAYES, Rapoleon ( -1847):

HAYES, Rebecca Mrs.: m'd HAYES, [unknown]

HAYHURST, William (1793-1863):  came as a single man

HAZLETT, Phoebe (1809-1901): m'd 1827 VAUGHAN, William Tyler

HAYNES, Henry (c1820- ): two young men named Haynes mentioned in Benjamin Cory diary; Henry and Reason both filed provisional land claims in Champoeg County but by 1850 were in California

HAYNES, Reason (c1822- ):

HEADRICK, Benjamin (1832-1916): m'd NEVER MARRIED, s/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Daniel P. (1843-1883): m'd 1867 REED, Martha E.; s/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Isaac (1800-1882): m'd 1823 FISHER, Margaret or VON FISCHER, Margarett

HEADRICK, Isaac P. (1835-1852): m'd NEVER MARRIED, s/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Jacob (1823-1866): m'd NEVER MARRIED, s/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Josephine (1827-1905): m'd 28 Nov 1850 SHAW, Thomas Clemmons/Clemens; d/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Martha Ellen (1842-1918): m1. 1858 WOODWARD, George M.; m2. 1871 BAUGHMAN, Jacob H.; d/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Mary Ann (1828-1899): m'd 1851 ROBINETT, Joseph;  s/o Isaac and Margarett (Fisher) Headrick

HEADRICK, Samuel (1836-1869): m'd 1862 CASE, Sarah Isabella

HEADRICK, Sarah Margaret (1839- ): m'd 1856 KAYS, James M.

HEADRICK, William Joseph (1838-1916 ): m'd 26 Apr 1858 TAYLOR, Lucy Jane; s/o Isaac Headrick (1800-1882) & Margarett Fischer (1802-1883)

HEDGES, Absalom F.:

HELMICK (or HELMIG), Elizabeth (1828-1893): m'd 1846 MORGAN, Miller

HENRY, Francis "Frank" (1827-1893): m'd 1857 HENRY, Eliza Bradstreet; called pioneer of 1847; Lt. in Mexican War, later settled at Olympia WA

HIATT, Elizabeth (c1805- ): m'd 1829 MILLER, George

HIBBARD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HIBBARD, Elvira Jane (1843-1913): m'd 1864 KNOWLES, John

HIBBARD, King Henry (1806-1860): m1. 1826 TWIGG, Phoebe; m2. 1835 BRISBIN, Nancy Craig

HIBBARD, King Lemuel (1837-1900): m'd 1859 GRIFFITH, Julia Ann; s/o King H. and Nancy (Brisbin) Hibbard

HIBBARD, Philena Caroline (1847-1891): m'd 1860 FITZGERRAL, Milton

HIBBARD, Trenton Root (1836-1910): never married; s/o King H. and Nancy (Brisbin) Hibbard

HIBBLER (or HIBLER), John P. (1826-1874): m'd c1868 ARMSTRONG, Lucy Rogers; his brother George F. came to Oregon in 1844; John went south to CA during the gold rush, operating a livery stable at Sacramento, then filed on a donation claim in Yamhill County in 1851; returned to Missouri by 1860

HICKLIN,  Felix Grundy (1826-1897): m'd 1866 STOTT, Sarah Jane; said to be a pioneer of 1847, possibly 1849 instead

HICKS, Polly (1826-1877): m'd 1817 MCKEAN, Samuel Terry

HICKS, William Col. (c1819- ): m'd McCAULEY, Mrs. Sarah T.; CA pioneer

HILL, Charles Henry (1835-1919): m'd 1859 KLINE, Sarah Virginia “Jennie”; s/o Elijah and Lucina (Pickering) Hill

HILL, Clark (1846-1847): s/o Elijah and Lucina (Pickering) Hill; died on Trail

HILL, Elijah (1814-1850): m'd 1835 PICKERING, Lucina A. [Lucy/Lucinda]

HILL, Emily Wealthy (1826-1875): m'd 1843 BURBANK, Asa Wakefield; d/o Laydue and Eliza (Taylor) Hill; returned east and died in Kansas

HILL, Franklin A. "Frank" (1842-1883): m'd 1872 WATSON, Mary; s/o Elijah and Lucina (Pickering) Hill

HILL, Helen Charlotte (1839-1916): m'd 1855 POWELL, William S.; d/o Elijah and Lucina (Pickering) Hill

HILL, Henry Washington (1827-1904): m'd 1851 VIRGIN, Martha Ann; s/o Laydue and Eliza (Taylor) Hill

HILL, James (1818-1882): m'd  1849 SMALL, Jane; "James Hill was the seventh child of Rev. Col. Joab Hill (1775-1847) and Elizabeth Lane Hill.  He was born 5 October 1818 in Sweetwater, Monroe County, Tennessee. The family moved to McMinn County on a land grant given to Joab Hill for services in the War of 1812. They then moved to southeastern Iowa for one winter, 1839, then over the state line to Clark County, Missouri, because they could not keep their slaves in Iowa. Their first home in Missouri was a large log cabin located northwest of Revere about five miles.
   James returned to Tennessee and married Jane Small Johnson in McMinn County on 4 February 1849. Jane was born 21 January 1830 in McMinn County, Tennessee, the daughter of Rev. James Small and Mary Ann Wallace. Jane Small's brief first marriage was to Frederick M. Johnson, 10 Feb. 1846, Meigs County, Tennessee.
   James and Jane made their wedding trip to Oregon. They accompanied his three brothers, Isaac, Russell, and George, and his mother, Elizabeth Lane Hill, and his sister Maria Louisa Kelly and three nephews of whom he was very fond, LaGrand Hill, Isham P. Keith, and Sterling Hill.
   By the 1850 census, James (age 33) and Jane (age 20) were in Linn County, Oregon, with his mother, Elizabeth (age 65) and two brothers, Isaac and George W., living with them. Brother R.T. Hill was living next door to them and to the Chamberlain family, including the wife, Adeline Cheadle Chamberlain, whom he later married.
   James' daughter wrote, "in 1852 Father and Mother with Shasta Ruby returned to Missouri. Father had promised Mother's father, Rev. James Small, that he would bring Mother back when he made enough money to start in business." So they left Oregon, but later regretted it because they felt their children would have had an easier life there. During the Civil War, James took his family to Texas "for the sake of peace" -- to escape the fighting in Missouri.
   James and Jane Hill located ten miles southwest of Springfield, Missouri, in Greene County on Grand Prairie in the beautiful Ozark country. Jane died on 20 March 1879, and James died 20 January 1882 in Ash Grove, Dade County, Missouri. They are buried on Rev. James Small's homestead.
    James and one of his brothers, Russell, went to the Pacific coast across the plains in 1847. The Oregon Donation Land Grant #2145 in Linn County indicates that they arrived in Oregon on 25 September 1847. When their father Joab wrote his will on 20 August 1847, while the boys were still on the trail, he said he was leaving: "To my sons, Russell T. and James Hill, I give a Heifer a piece, if they should come back from Oregon." [per Jennie Hill Cobb, also contributed photo]

HILL, Nancy ( -1847): engaged to a Mr. Wright; she died on the border between ID and WY and is buried at Robinson's Hollow on Ham's Fork per In The Wake of the Prairie Schooner (contributed by Kathie Ordal)

HILL, Russell Taylor (1816-1874): m'd 1850 CHEADLE, Adaline M.; "Russell Taylor Hill is the sixth of the nine children of Rev./Col. Joab Hill and Elizabeth Lane Hill. He was born in 1816 in Claiborne County, Tennessee. The family moved to McMinn County on a land grant given to Joab Hill for services in the War of 1812. They then moved to southeastern Iowa for one winter, 1839, then over the state line to Clark County, Missouri, because they could not keep their slaves in Iowa. Their first home in Missouri was a large log cabin located northwest of Revere about five miles.
   Russell and his brother, James, came to the Pacific coast across the plains in 1847, several years ahead of the gold discovery. The Oregon Donation Land Grant #2145 in Linn County indicates that Russell and his brother arrived in Oregon on 25 September 1847. When their father Joab wrote his will on 20 Aug 1847, while the boys were still on the trail, he said he was leaving: "To my sons, Russell T. and James Hill, I give a Heifer a piece, if they should come back from Oregon."
   Other Hill family members came to Oregon in 1848, including Elizabeth Lane Hill, their widowed mother. Russell Hill and his mother were living at "Clatsop Plains" in December 1849.
   Russell married Adaline M. Cheadle Chamberlain, a native of Michigan who also came west by the plains route, on 17 November 1850 in Linn County, Oregon. They had at least five children together, and she had sons before they married. The marriage did not last--as indicated in a letter dated July 6, 1868, from Elizabeth Fine Hill to Elizabeth Hill Duty in Missouri. "...Russell Hill and his wife are separating. He has all his children, and she has the boys she had when he married her. He is in great trouble."
   His life was full of adventure typical of the times. He first settled at Lebanon, Oregon, moving down to California when gold was discovered and living in that state a number of years. After deciding to settle in California, he brought his family there in time for the 1860 census in Suisan, Salano County.
   Like many another attracted by the mining possibilities, he found his fortune in quite another line, being engaged mainly as a stockman, buying and selling cattle, and as a drover. He moved from California when his son George R. was seven years old to Idaho, where he built a toll road into Idaho City, where he also engaged in butchering, raised stock, and led the life of a genuine frontiersman.
   Russell Taylor Hill died in Bruneau, Owyhee County, Idaho on 2 July 1874, when he was 58 years old." [per Jennie Hill Cobb]

HILL, William C. (c1824- ): m1. c1849 unknown, Elizabeth A.; m2. 1854 STORY, Angeline; came alone 1847, returned east by 1849, married and brought family out from Missouri in 1853

HILLS, Cornelius Joel (1818-1898): m'd 1851 BRIGGS, Sophrona P.; s/o Joel and Mary Ann (Fox) Hills; made a trip to IA in 1850 where he married, returning across the plains to Oregon 1851

HINES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HINES, Elizabeth F. (1845-1917): m'd CARR, Sumner

HINES, John Wesley (1832-1898): m'd NEVER MARRIED

HINES, Margaret Jane (1827-1879): m1. 1848 KUYKENDALL, William H.; m2. 1853 BABCOCK, Avery D.; d/o William and Elizabeth G. (Fulkerson) Hines

HINES, Martha Ann (1834-1907): m'd1850 BROWN, George; d/o William and Elizabeth G. (Fulkerson) Hines

HINES, Mary Elizabeth (1836-1904): m'd c1854 POWELL, Alexander H.; d/o William and Elizabeth G. (Fulkerson) Hines

HINES, Nancy Ann (1830-1891): m'd 1850 DAVIS, Thomas Crawford; d/o William and Elizabeth G. (Fulkerson) Hines

HINES, Sarah Catherine (1829-1886): m1. 1849 BUCKINGHAM, Hiram H.; m2. c1856 DAVIS, Isaac; d/o William and Elizabeth G. (Fulkerson) Hines

HINES, William James (1840-1858):

HINES, William Talbert (1803-1847): m'd 1824 FULKERSON, Elizabeth Garrett; died on the Trail 7 Aug. 1847 at Salmon Falls immigrant crossing of Snake River

HOAG, Almina (c1814- ): m'd 1832 ST. JOHN, Daniel; possibly came 1847

HOBSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HOBSON, Alfred David (1825-1897): m'd 1855 WALL, Martha Jane; s/o David and Ann (Hadley) Hobson; Rev. John McKinney train from St. Joseph; took CA cut-off, settled in Sonoma County

HOBSON, George (1823-1892): m'd 1847 SPEINHAUER, Sarah "Sally"; s/o David and Ann (Hadley) Hobson; Rev. John McKinney train from St. Joseph; took CA cut-off, settled at San Jose

HOBSON, Hadley (1811-1887): m'd 1842 SPEINHAUER, Emily Amanda; s/o David and Ann (Hadley) Hobson; in Rev. John McKinney train from St. Joseph; diverted to CA at Fort Hall; to OR by sea 1848

HOBSON, Mary Ann (1843-1919): m'd 1861 BARKER, John; d/o Hadley and Emily A. (Speinhauer) Hobson

HOBSON, William Henry (1847-1932): m1. 1871 GIBSON, Ella; m2. 1880 THOMAS, Anna; s/o Hadley and Emily A. (Speinhauer) Hobson; born 14 Mar. 1847 in Missouri just prior to departure

HOCKETT, Jesse Mills (1846-1929): m'd 1875 BOOTH, Sarah Foster; s/o Nathan H. and Rebecca (Mills) Hockett

HOCKETT, Nathan Hinshaw (1812-1847): m'd 1831 MILLS, Rebecca; s/o William and Rachel (Hodgson) Hockett; Quakers from Henry Co., Iowa; died 22 Aug. 1847 on the Trail near Green River

HOCKETT, Rachel (1832-1858): m'd 1849 GRIFFITH, John S.; d/o Nathan H. and Rebecca (Mills) Hockett

HOCKETT, Solomon Isaac (1835-1906): m'd 1867 MILLER, Tusa Jane; s/o Nathan H. and Rebecca (Mills) Hockett; returned east 1851, to Washington state c1905 where he died

HOCKETT, Thomas Capt. (1820-1859): m'd 1839 ADCOCK-EMRY, Susannah; s/o William and Rachel (Hodgson) Hockett; left family in east; returned to St. Joseph 1848 for troops; to CA 1849 and Oregon again 1850, returned east to Iowa 1851

HOCKETT, William Albert (1838-1918): m'd 1862 SPURGIN, Amanda Jane; s/o Nathan H. and Rebecca (Mills) Hockett; returned east to Iowa 1851; later wrote recollections of trip west

HODGES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*12: HODGES, Alexander (1821-1891): m'd 1850 ZUMWALT, Abigail; m2. 1853 Vanderpool (TOMLINSON) Dulcina;  s/o Jesse and Catharine (Stanley) Hodges; died in Crook county, OR; founded Prineville along with his brother Monroe; may have come in 1846

*12: HODGES, Calloway (1829-1917): m'd 1851 BELIEU, Rebecca Elizabeth; s/o Jesse and Catharine (Stanley) Hodges

*12: HODGES, Drury Robertson (c1824-1911 ): m'd 1847 FICKLE, Mahala Barnes; s/o Jesse and Catharine (Stanley) Hodges; died in Benton Co, OR

*12: HODGES, Elizabeth Coffman (1836-1912): m1. 1853 FROST, John; m2. 1861 MORSE, John; m3. 1868 MELINE, John; died British Columbia, Canada

*12: HODGES, Harrison (1832-c1873): Never Married; s/o Jesse and Catharine (Stanley) Hodges

*12: HODGES, Jane (1827-1905): m'd 1851MICHAEL, Eli Wesley; d/o Jesse and Catharine (Stanley) Hodges; died Benton county, OR

*12: HODGES, Jesse Monroe (1788-1877): m'd 1812 STANLEY, Catherine; four of their 12 children had families and did not make the emigration with their parents (Evander Thomas who moved to KS, Margaret Hodges Gruber moved to KS, Emeline Hodges Hundley stayed in MO and Charles Monroe emigrant to OR in 1853); the family settled in Corvallis, Benton county, OR; Jesse is buried in Gingles Cemetery

*12: HODGES, Monroe (1833-1905): m'd 1856 WILSON, Rhoda Elizabeth; s/o Jesse and Catharine (Stanley) Hodges; died in Crook County, OR; founded Prineville along with his brother Alexander

HOFFMAN, Jacob ( -1847): unmarried; victim of Whitman Massacre;  possibly he was s/o William and Sarah "Sally" (Smith) Hoffman, born c1814 Chemung Co., NY

HOGUE, Rebecca Marie (1828-1858): m'd 1841 LAYTON, John; d/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; buried Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HOLGATE, John Cornelius (1828-1868): located at what became Seattle, Washington; mother and others of family came 1851/3

HOLLER, Nancy (1826/9-1886): m'd 1846 VAN ALLMAN, John Caspar; died Victoria BC Canada

HOLMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HOLMAN, Hardy (1840-1919): m'd 1861 ALLEN, Margaret E.

HOLMAN, James S. (1813-1881): m'd 1832 BOWMAN, Mary

HOLMAN, John (1842-1881): m'd c1867 HALL?, Sarah J.; s/o James S. and Mary (Bowman) Holman

HOLMAN, Nancy (1836-1878): m'd 1852 WARD, James H.

HOLMAN, Nathaniel (1846-1900): m'd 1868 WATERS, Martha A..; s/o James S. and Mary (Bowman) Holman

HOLMAN, Preston H. Rev. (1844-1889): m'd 1866 HUBBARD, Isophenia Elizabeth

HOLMES, Diantha (1814-1885): m1. 1839 WATTS, Russell U.; m2. 1855 HALEY, Stephen D.

HOLT, Norman: mentioned A. B. Harden journal

HOPKINS, Emily (c1846/7- ): d/o Stephen and Elizabeth (White) Hopkins 

HOPKINS, Stephen (c1818- ): m'd 1846 WHITE, Elizabeth "Betsy"; son-in-law of Rev. Asa White; to OR 1847, by 1850 to CA

HOPPER, Charles Capt. (1800-1880): m'd 1828 HOPPER, Rebecca (his cousin); s/o of Thomas and Rebecca Hopper; led a California bound company 1847

HOPPER, Charles H. (1840-1852): s/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Charlotte (1833-1859): m'd 1852 MAY, Charles [or Rev. John T.]; d/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Eliza (1846-1926): m'd 1861 COOK, Isaac F.;  d/o Thomas and Minerva (Young) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Elizabeth Frances (1835-1914): m'd 1853 BEAUCHAMP, Ashley; d/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Greenberry Barton (1843-1908): m'd 1862 VANN, Sarah E.; s/o John and Jane (Leigh) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, John (1821-1889): m'd 1837 LEIGH, Jane; s/o William and Nancy (Armstrong) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, John William (1847-1927): m'd 1868 WISECARVER, Isabelle; s/o Thomas and Minerva (Young) Hopper; CA pioneer; b. on Trail

HOPPER, Jonathan Ari (1845-1856): s/o John and Jane (Leigh) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Julia Ann (1845-1927): m1. 1862 JENKINS, Samuel C., div.; m2. BROOKS, unknown; m3. 1882 TRAVIS, James Thomas; d/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Nancy Emeline (1830-1903): m1. c1846 COOK, Edmun Miller; m2. c1851 REED, William Martin; m3. SPRIGGS, John Milton; d/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Rebecca (1808-1896): m'd 1831 PETERSON, Ziba; d/o Thomas and Rebecca Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Rebecca (1810-1880): m'd 1828 HOPPER, Charles; d/o Jasper and Nancy (Mullins) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Sarah (1819-1881): m'd 1840 LEE, Nicholas; d/o John W. and Martha (Anderson) Hopper

HOPPER, Sarah Jane (1840-1925): m1. 1858 LOGAN, Samuel Hays Hulet; m2. DUTTON, unknown; d/o John and Jane (Leigh) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Susan R. (1844-1848): d/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Thomas (1820-1912): m'd 1844 YOUNG, Minerva; s/o William and Nancy (Armstrong) Hopper; CA pioneer

HOPPER, Thomas Benton (1836-1920): m1. 1859 HILL, Mary E. Chiles; m2. FEATHERS, Josie E.; s/o Charles and Rebecca (Hopper) Hopper; CA pioneer

HORNER, Albert Dana (1838-1912): m1. c1866 HANNAFORD, Mary Ellen; m2. 1873 TEELING, Rosanna Maude

HORNER, Ann Maria (1837- ): m'd 1861 PERRY, Henry

HORNER, Emanuel (1813-1887): m1. 1833 STILLWELL, Lucintha Jane; m2. c1857 DEFORD, Luvina

HORNER, Helen Mar (1836-1909): m'd 1853 JACKSON, Edward

HOSEA, Daniel (1833- ):

*26) HOWARD, Eliza Ann (1822-1886): m1. 1839 BELLINGER, Edward H. (1815-1850); m2. 1851 BROOKS, Caleb (div.); m3. c1852/3 AUSTIN, Peter?; m4. before 1870 NEWTON, unknown; d/o William and Elizabeth (Slater) Howard

HOWARD, Fales (1811-c1880): m'd 1851 GREENSTREET, Pamelia; s/o David and Hannah (Fales) Howard

HOWARD, Jack ( -1847): m'd MARK, Elizabeth; died on trail

HOYT, Nelson (1815/22-1902): m'd 1846 RODGERS, Mary

*16: HUBBARD, Celia Belle (1840-1904): m'd 1855 YOUNG, Milton; d/o Charles H. and Margaret (Cannon) Hubbard

*16: HUBBARD, Charles (1800-1884): m1. 1821 KING, Sarah; m2. 1829 CANNON, Margaret; s/o Charles and Jemima (Capps) Hubbard

*16: HUBBARD, Charles (1823-1887): m'd 1846 COOKE, Mary Polly; s/o David and Hannah (Morrow) Hubbard, and nephew of Charles Jr.

*16: HUBBARD, Charles Strawder (1832-1896): m'd 1863 WHITNEY, Alice; s/o Joseph and Ruth (Crawford) Hubbard, and nephew of Charles Jr.

*16: HUBBARD, Gideon Capps (1827- ): s/o David and Hannah (Morrow) Hubbard, and nephew of Charles Jr. 

*16: HUBBARD, Goalman Thomas (1830-1909): m'd 1858 SMITH, Nancy Jane; s/o David and Hannah (Morrow) Hubbard, and nephew of Charles Jr.

*16: HUBBARD, Jemima (1817-1892): m'd 1832 CAPPS, Isaac; d/o Charles and Jemima (Capps) Hubbard

*16: HUBBARD, Julia Ann or Julianne (1839-1897): m1. 1853 JONES, Mithra Milton; m2. 1876 HATCH, Samuel; d/o Charles H. and Margaret (Cannon) Hubbard

*16: HUBBARD, Keziah Jane (1832-1875): m'd 1849 KESTER, James Johnson; d/o Charles H. and Margaret (Cannon) Hubbard

*16: HUBBARD, Lewellen (1847-1847): s/o Charles H. and Margaret (Cannon) Hubbard; born and died Cascade Mountains on the Trail

*16: HUBBARD, Marcus David (1847-1914): m'd 1870 WARD, Mary "Nancy"; s/o Charles L. and Mary (Cook) Hubbard; born 21 Dec. 1847 on arrival

*16: HUBBARD, Rebecca Ellen "Nancy" (1843-1924): m'd 1860 COOLEY, Robert Franklin; d/o Charles H. and Margaret (Cannon) Hubbard

*16: HUBBARD, William Cannon (1836-1929): m'd 1859 COOLEY, Helen Miriam; s/o Charles H. and Margaret (Cannon) Hubbard

HUCKLEBEE, Kittean ( - ): m'd 1847 COOPER, Jacob; married on Trail; possibly same as Catherine HUCKABY or HUCKABEE (1827-1900): m'd 1849 LOUK, John Jefferson

HUDSON, A. Clark (1832-1868): m'd 1860 GILLETT, Huldah Jane; s/o John and Rhoda (Denman) Hudson

HUDSON, John (1796-1869): m'd 1821 DENMAN, Rhoda

HUDSON, John (c1836-1847): s/o John and Rhoda (Denman) Hudson; died 22 Oct. 1847 on the Trail in southern Oregon

HUDSON, Joseph Denman (1834-1905): m'd 1867 WHEELER, Margaret Ann; s/o John and Rhoda (Denman) Hudson

HUDSON, William (c1841-1847): s/o John and Rhoda (Denman) Hudson; died 9 July 1847 on the Trail along the Sweetwater River

HUDSON, Shadrach (1830-1914): m'd 1868 WILLIAMS, Ann

HUFF, Rachel Eliza (1816-1860): m1. c1836 HALL, Peter D. (1816-1847); m2. 1850 BEER, Robert; survived Whitman Massacre

HUFFMAN, Bradley [Braley or Beuah/Beulah] (c1837/9- ): c/o Jesse G. and Mourning (Estes) Huffman; died by 1875 without issue

HUFFMAN, Jesse George (1812-1893): m'd 1836/7 ESTES, Morning

HUFFMAN, M. E. "Nancy" (1841- ): d/o Jesse and Mourning (Estes) Huffman; died by 1875 without issue; evidently not the same as the HOFFMAN, Nancy M. (1841- ): m'd 1858 WHITE, Edward M., as that Nancy was still living in 1910

HUFFMAN, Nancy (1841- ): m'd 1858 WHITE, Edward N.

HUFFMAN, Rufus M. (c1843- ): s/o Jesse G. and Mourning (Estes) Huffman; died by 1875 without issue

HUFFMAN, Sarah Jane (1847-1927): m'd 1868 TUNNICLIFFE, James

HUFFMAN, Woodfred T. (1845-1881): m'd 1866 WATKINS, Sarah; s/o Jesse G. and Mourning (Estes) Huffman

HUGHES, Elias: mentioned in James Harty letter - possibly reference is to Ephraim Hughes instead

HUGHES, Emily Elizabeth (1842-1931): m1. 1859 HALEY, William G.; m2. 1866 SLOAN, Enoch D.; d/o George H. and Sarah A. (Anderson) Hughes

HUGHES, Ephraim B. (1819-1890): m'd 1843 THOMPSON, Mary Ann

HUGHES, Espy Naomi Ann "Ann" (1843-1884): m'd 1858 WALLING, Gabriel; d/o Ephraim B. and Mary A. (Thompson) Hughes

HUGHES, George H. (1816-1892): m'd 1839 ANDERSON, Sarah Ann; settled in Linn County; lost five children during a diphtheria epidemic in 1858

HUGHES, George Washington (1846-1847): s/o George H. and Sarah A. (Anderson) Hughes; twin to Joanah; d. 12 Nov. 1847 on arrival

HUGHES, Joanah Emeline (1846-1858): d/o George H. and Sarah A. (Anderson) Hughes; twin to George W.

HUGHES, John Thomas (1840-1901): m'd 1861 BEACH, Amelia M.; s/o George H. and Sarah A. (Anderson) Hughes

HUGHES, Jane Alice (1846- ): m'd 1866 SMITH, John M. - I don't know who this is. I think the "Jane A." on the 1850 census in hh of George Hughes was daughter Joanah Emeline who died 1858 during the diptheria epidemic

HUGHES, Mary A. Mrs. (1825- ): m'd 1843 HUGHES, Ephraim B. - replace with THOMPSON, Mary Ann (1820-1890): m’d 1843 HUGHES, Ephraim B.

HUGHES, Sarah A. (1818- ): m'd HUGHES, G. H. - already replaced with ANDERSON, Sarah Ann

HUGHES, Sarah Jane (1843-1858): d/o George H. and Sarah A. (Anderson) Hughes

HUGHES, Sarah Jane (c1825- ): m1. 1841 RUSSEL, Samuel; m2. 1849 ADKINS, Gallatin

HULIN, Lester (1823-1897): m'd 1853 CRAIG, Abigail Jane; he went to CA with Fremont in 1845, then returned to IA 1846 before emigrating to Oregon in 1847

13) HUMPHREYS, Thomas Dabney (1822-1898): m'd 1849 TAYLOR, Elizabeth Ann

HUNEAU, Joseph: of Kansas Landing MO, engaged as guide to Fort Hall by Bishop Blanchet

HUNSAKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUNSAKER, Andrew Jackson Rev. (1834-1924): m1. 1855 HILL, Emily J.; m2. 1860 ADAMS, Mary Elizabeth; m. 3) Deford, Carrie V. (PRUDEN); s/o Joseph and Elizabeth J. (King) Hunsaker

HUNSAKER, Daniel F. (1803-1897): m'd KING, Charlotte M.; s/o Joseph and Margaret (Stinson) Hunsaker; CA pioneer of 1847; some sources give arrival of Daniel with wife and sons Joseph, Harrison, and James as 1848, joining Nicholas who arrived in 1847, but Bancroft states Daniel was noted among those in the approaching immigration in Aug. 1847

HUNSAKER, Daniel Stinson (1829-1909 ): m1. 1855 WILLIAMS, Mary E.; m2. 1896 DUNTEN, Martha Emma (WILLIAMS); s/o Joseph and Elizabeth J. (King) Hunsaker

HUNSAKER, Elizabeth Jane (1835-1920): m'd 1851 MILLER, William Thomas; d/o Joseph and Elizabeth J. (King) Hunsaker

HUNSAKER, Harrison King (1838-1917): m'd 1860 JONES, Susannah; s/o Daniel and Charlotte M. (King) Hunsaker; to CA 1847

HUNSAKER, infant (1847-1848): c/o Joseph and Elizabeth (King) Hunsaker; born on arrival

HUNSAKER, James Carroll (1834-1865): m'd HASTINGS, Mary Wait; s/o Daniel and Chalotte M. (King) Hunsaker; to CA 1847; d. wreck of “Brother Jonathan”

HUNSAKER, Joseph (1799-1869): m'd 1820 KING, Elizabeth Jane; s/o Joseph and Margaret (Stinson) Hunsaker

HUNSAKER, Margaret Ann (1838-1925): m'd 1853 BARBRE, Thomas; settled in Lane Co; mother of 9 children per Pat (Barbre) Alexander at bopat@cruzio.com

HUNSAKER, Martha Ellen (1842- ): m1. 1861 CONSER, Manuel Gonsaules; m2. 1867 MORGAN, Henry Clay; d/o Joseph and Elizabeth J. (King) Hunsaker

HUNSAKER, Nicholas (1825-1913): m'd c1854 HASTINGS, Lois Elizabeth; s/o Daniel and Charlotte M. (King) Hunsaker; to California 1847

HUNSAKER, Thomas Howard (1824-1888): m'd 1851 MILLER, Elizabeth Jane

HUNT, George Washington (1831-1902): m1. 1851 SMITH, Elizabeth Nancy; m2. 1901 EWING, Mrs. Elizabeth; s/o John S. and Temperance (Estep) Hunt

HUNT, James Tarkington (1844-1930): m1. 1869 AMON, Matilda J.; m2. c1885 SPRAY, Anna C.; s/o John S. and Temperance (Estep) Hunt

HUNT, John Abram (1836-1913): m'd 1858 AMON, Mary Ellen

HUNT, John Shotwell (1803-1860): m1. 1823 ESTEP, Temperance; m2. 1851 Smith, Nancy (SCOTT) Wisdom

HUNT, Jonathan Harrison (1840-1869): m'd 1859 MORLEY, Lucinda; s/o John S. and Temperance (Estep) Hunt

HUNT, Mary Shotwell (1825-1852): m'd 1851 RICHES, George Palgriffe

HUNT, Temperance Estep (1834-1876): m'd 1849 DOWNING, John; d/o John S. and Temperance (Estep) Hunt

HUNT, Thomas Benton (c1841-1861): s/o John S. and Temperance (Estep) Hunt

HUNT, Thomas Thomas J. (1823-1890): m'd 1851 COX, Catherine; s/o Thomas and Margaret (Roache) Hunt; born in Ireland

HUNTER, Henry C. (1825-1908): m'd 1848 BECKNER, Ruannah; of Linn Co. Iowa, possibly came only partway, "the trials of the trip proved too much for his health and he had to be taken back to his home"; returned east until 1865

HUNTLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUNTLEY, Carsena A. (1814-1890): m1. 1849 AVERY, Mary Priscilla; m2. 1874 Underwood, Eliza Jane (LONG); s/o Martin and Sarah (Way) Huntley; distant cousin of Jeremiah Huntley

HUNTLEY, Eben (c1838-c1882): m1. 1862 MASTERS, Cecelia; m2. c1872 WHOBREY, Margaret Ann; s/o Jeremiah and Minerva (Pearson) Huntley

*4) HUNTLEY, Jeremiah "Jerry" (1811-1862): m1. 1832 PEARSON, Minerva Pauly; m2. 1845 BLEVINS, Mrs. Cassandra (PERMAN); his second wife died on the Trail; brothers Nathaniel C., Daniel, and Enoch to OR by 1848; brother Joseph David in 1851; brother John to OR mid-fifties and again by 1870

*4) HUNTLEY, John Milton "Milton" (c1833-1884): m'd 1866 ALEXANDER, Louisa; s/o Jeremiah and Minerva (Pearson) Huntley

*4) HUNTLEY, Marilla (1842-1916): m'd 1856 LEE, Joseph Dunn Bradford; d/o Jeremiah Huntley; mother of 4 children  (Sylvia C. who passed away in her 20th year; Alva and Milton R., both of Myrtle Point, and 1 who died in infancy). Marilla passed away in Aug, 1916.

*4) HUNTLEY, William H. (1846-1917): m'd 1874 WHOBRAY, Mary E.; s/o Jeremiah and Cassandra Huntley

HURFORD, Joseph E. (c1815-1891): m'd 1844 PUMPHREY, Susanna T.; s/o Benjamin and Charity Hurford; brother of Sarah (Hurford) Jeffers; no children

HURFORD, Sarah (1808-1902): m'd 1829 JEFFERS, Joseph; d/o Benjamin and Charity Hurford; sister of Joseph E. Hurford

HURLESS, Almedia ( -1848): m'd POWELL, David; see HARLESS

HURST, David (1827-1892): m'd 1855 WHISTLER, Margaret A.

HUTCHINSON, Robert M. (1819-1902): m'd 1845 HANNA, Elizabeth; said to have come alone in 1847 and again in 1849, bringing family west in 1853

HUTCHISON, Jacob Aultfather (1841-1915): m'd 1869 DUNLAP, Mary E.; s/o David and Susannah (Aultfather) Hutchison; to California 1847*

HUTCHISON, David S.: m'd 1840 AULTFATHER, Susannah H. "Susan"; arrived California 5 Oct. 1847; located in vicinity of Sacramento, and before 1850 went north to the mines and was never heard from again

HUTCHISON, David Hamilton (1844-1924): s/o David and Susannah (Aultfather) Hutchison; to California 1847

HUTCHISON, James E. (1845-1922): s/o David and Susannah (Aultfather) Hutchison; to California 1847

HUTCHISON, Robert Smith (1842-1921): m'd c1885, ROBERTS, Rose I.; s/o David and Susannah (Aultfather) Hutchison; to California 1847

HUTT, James R. (-1876): m'd LAUGHLIN, Rachel; traveled with wife's family

HUTT, Jane Kansas (1847-1905): m'd 1867 BRIDGEFARMER, Francis M.; d/o Thomas B. and Rachel (Laughlin) Hutt; born 18 May 1847 on the Trail

HUTT, Thomas B. (1821-1876): m'd 1846 LAUGHLIN, Rachel

HYDE, Susan (1805-1897): m1. c1825 MOULTRIE, Larkin; m2. 1830 BRALY, John E. Rev.; settled in CA 1849

HYDE, Thomas Calvin Hon. (1847-1896): said to be pioneer of 1847 - but he was born 25 Sep. 1847 in Clackamas Co., Oregon, son of 1845 pioneers Henry H. and Henrietta (Holman) Hyde

ILER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ILER, David Cassat  (1830-1898): m'd 1860 McCONNELL, Naoma Elizabeth; prob. s/o Jacob T. and Rachel (Iler) Iler; raised by James Iler and came to Oregon with him

ILER, James (1808-1882): m'd 1828/31 VANALSDALE, Maria; probably son of Jacob and Lydia (Green) Iler 

ILER, John (1796-1864): m'd 1818 WILSON, Ann Wainwright (1800-1831); probably s/o Henry and Margaret Iler; came as widower with at least one son and one daughter

ILER, Mary ( - ): m'd 1854 YOUNG, William B.

ILER, Rebecca Emma (1835-1880): m'd 1850 CONE, Gustavus A ; d/o James and Maria (Vanalsdale) Iler

ILER, Savil Wilson (1823-1899): m'd 1850 LEE, Caroline; s/o John and Ann W. (Wilson) Iler 

ILER, William E. (1845-1917): m'd 1870 STEPHENS, Juliet "Loulie"; s/o James and Maria (Vanalsdale) Iler

INGERSOLL, Benjamin F. (1837-1880): s/o Chester and Phebe (Weaver) Ingersoll; cut off for California; returned east c1850

INGERSOLL,Chester (1789-1849): m1. BURDICK, Mary; m2. 1833 WEAVER, Phebe; s/o Josiah and Hannah (Ingalls) Ingersoll; a founder of Plainfield, IL; cut off for California;  he made a fortune in 1848 in CA and died 9 Sep 1849 at San Francisco following a two week bout with dysentery

INGERSOLL, Chester Jr. (1834-1889): s/o Chester and Phebe (Weaver) Ingersoll; cut off for California;  returned east c1850

INGERSOLL, Dallas (1846-1848): s/o Chester and Phebe (Weaver) Ingersoll; cut off for California

INGERSOLL, Flavilla (1820-1920): m1. 1841 ALFORD, Sterling; m2. 1848 EDDY, William; m3. 1854 WILLIS, Winwright; d/o Chester and Mary (Burdick) Ingersoll; birth also given as 1826, she went to CA in 1847 with her father and two Alford children, returning to IL about 1853

INGERSOLL, James Knox Polk (1844-1902): m'd 1869 PRESTON, Hannah E.; s/o Chester and Phebe (Weaver) Ingersoll; cut off for California;  returned east c1850

INGERSOLL, Josiah (1842-1871): s/o Chester and Phebe (Weaver) Ingersoll; cut off for California;  returned east c1850

INGHRAM, Margaret Fee (1816-1889): m'd 1832 CHAPMAN, William Williams

INGRAM, Charles Thomas (1816-1889): m1. HOLLAND, Susan; m2. 1845 RAMSEY, Eliza Ann 

INGRAM, William H. "Henry" (1846-1891): s/o Charles T. and Eliza A. (Ramsey) Ingram 

JACK, Jeremiah J. (1787-1862): m'd 1816 DAVIS, Susannah (McCALLIE)

JACK, John James Crenshaw (1839-1875): m'd 1867 CASON, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Nathaniel D. and Sena (Lebo) Jack

JACK, Nathaniel Daniel (1819-1857): m1. 1838 LEBO, Sena; m2. 1851 Belieu, Sarah (LIGGETT); s/o Jeremiah and Susannah (McCallie) Jack

JACK, Robert Alexander (1822-1898): m'd1858 JOHNSON, Adeline A.; s/o Jeremiah and Susannah (McCallie) Jack

JACK, Susan Jane (1844-1866): never married; d/o Nathaniel D. and Sena (Lebo) Jack

JACK, Thomas Porterfield "Porter" (1824-1906): m'd 1852 JOHNSON, Sarah F.; s/o Jeremiah and Susannah (McCallie) Jack

JACK, William Allen (1818-1895): m'd 1854 WEDDLE, Mary Jane; s/o Jeremiah and Susannah (McCallie) Jack

JACK, William H. (1842-1879): m'd unknown; s/o Nathaniel D. and Sena (Lebo) Jack - note that although his probate file noted a widow, she was not named, and the only heirs named in his file were his sister Martha and brother E. W. Jack. It was the latter, Elias Walter Jack, born 1851, who married Henrietta Averill 

JACKSON, Angeline Fidelia (1844-1893): m'd 1860 GILLESPIE, George C.;  d/o Thomas J. and Phoebe (Stewart) Jackson; came with mother

JACKSON, Mary Louisa (1845-1934): m'd 1863 DAVIS, James S.; d/o Thomas J. and Phoebe (Stewart) Jackson; came with mother

JACOB, John Thomas (1826-1889): m'd 1853 RICHARDSON, Mary Elizabeth

JAMISON, Francis Marion: s/o William and Martha (Findley) Jamison

JAMISON, John Calvin: s/o William and Martha (Findley) Jamison

JAMISON, William Rowland (1808-1882): m'd 1828 FINDLEY, Martha; s/o Samuel and Sally (Rowland) Jamison; wife d. in IN; two children also d. in IN

JAMES, Susannah R. "Susan" (1821-1896): m'd 1837 SAWYER, Mark; surname also given as MYERS

JAMISON, Francis Marion (1832- ): m'd 1853 ALLEN, Margaret I. C.; s/o William R. and Martha (Findley) Jamison; said to have come in 1847 but may not have come; married in Warren Co., IL

JAMISON, John Calvin (1830- ): m'd Feb. 1851 DAVIS, Eunice; s/o William R. and Martha (Findley) Jamison; said to have come in 1847 but possibly did not; in Henderson Co. IL 1850 and m'd in Lewis Co. MO, DLC arr. 14 Sep. 1851

JAMISON, William Rowland (1808-1882): m1. 1828 FINDLEY, Martha (d. 1835); m2. 1836 GILES, Margaret McElvaney; s/o Samuel and Sally (Rowland) Jamison; said to have come in 1847; but he and 2nd wife had children b. 1847 and 1848 Henderson Co., IL and he may not have come to Oregon; he died in Florida

JEFFERS, Caroline E. "Carrie" (1845-1929): m1. by 1873 HARNED, James Joseph; m2. 1878 HIBBARD, George Lovector; d/o Joseph and Sarah (Hurford) Jeffers

JEFFERS, Elijah Craven (1839-1920): m'd 1871 HESS, Betsy Jane A.; s/o Joseph and Sarah (Hurford) Jeffers

JEFFERS, John H. (1830-1850): never married; s/o Joseph and Sarah (Hurford) Jeffers

JEFFERS, Josephine (1848-1878): m'd 1867 HIBBARD, George Lovector; d/o Joseph and Sarah (Hurford) Jeffers; born 15 Feb. 1848 on arrival

JEFFREY, George (1793-1872): m1. unknown; m2. 1848 Marquiss, Theresa C. (ELLIS); married first in England; to Canada by mid-1830's and Illinois by c1836, at least 5 sons from first marriage raised families in Illinois and Iowa, while two of those - Joseph b. c1833 and Samuel b. 1836 spent some time in Oregon around 1870

JENNINGS, Berryman (1807-1888): m1. 1833 WHITE, Lucinda; m2. 1850 Pope, Martha (HULL); possibly came first in 1844

JENNINGS, Child ( -1847): infant d/o Berryman and Lucinda (White) Jennings; died on Trail

JENNINGS, Edward Thomas (1835-1896): m'd 1880 FETTER, Sarah Maud; s/o Berryman and Lucinda (White) Jennings

JEWETT, Addison (1832-1893): s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett

JEWETT, Caroline (1836-1930): note that these dates match Caroline Minerva (Friend) Jewett, wife of Joseph Henry Jewett, arrival unknown but after 1900. There was a Caroline (c1824- ): d/o John and Laura (Durand) Jewett; said to have come 1847 but possibly she was the Caroline (c1825-1846): m'd 1846 PARSONS, Jonathan H., who died in Iowa

JEWETT, Daniel (1837- ): s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett; twin to David

JEWETT, David (1837-1913): evidently did not marry; s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett; twin to Daniel

JEWETT, Frank (1843-1933): evidently did not marry; s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett

JEWETT, Henry W. (1835-1913): m'd 1857 SKEENE, Nancy A.; s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett

JEWETT, John Haynes (1796-1880): m1. 1823 DURAND, Laura; m2. 1827 SUMMERS, Sophronia ( -1847); m3. 1848 Kimball, Harriet (SANBORN); s/o John Jewett

JEWETT, John T. (1839-1911): m'd 1873 NORTON, Sarah; s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett

JEWETT, Joseph Henry (1835-1922): m'd as noted for his wife Caroline, no evidence of arrival of this man until after 1900

JEWETT, Laura F. (1827-1897): m1. 1842 BOND, Rev. James; m2. 1850 SHANE, Carlos Walstier (div.); m3. 1859 FERRELL, Ferdinand; d/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett

JEWETT, Sophrona Mrs. ( -1847): m'd 1825 JEWETT, John - replace with: SUMMERS, Sophronia ( -1847): m’d 1827 JEWETT, John; died Ft. Vancouver on arrival

JEWETT, Warren (1829-1841); died in the east 

JEWETT, Washington (1831- ): s/o John and Sophronia (Summers) Jewett

JOBE, Henry:

JOBE, Noah J. (1825-1905): m'd 1851 GARWOOD, Lydia; also said to have come in 1845; probably returned east and came again in 1847

JOHNS, Isaiah M. (1821-1896): m'd 1850 MARTINS, Mary Sophia 

James JOHNSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JOHNSON, Adelia (1845-1925): m1. c1861 RIDDLES, Richard; m2. c1869 PEDERSON, John; d/o Nelson and Martha L. (Walker) Johnson

JOHNSON, Andrew Jackson (c1846- ): s/o Nelson and Martha L. (Walker) Johnson

JOHNSON, Ashba Logan (c1834-1919): m'd 1857 ROBINSON, Nancy Jane; s/o James and Anna (Piles) Johnson

JOHNSON, Barbara Ann (1847-1923): m'd 1863 JOHNSON, Burr; d/o James S. and Louisa (Crisp) Johnson

JOHNSON, Burr (1840-1928): m'd 1863 JOHNSON, Barbara A.; s/o James and Juliette (Perkins) Johnson; probably came 1844

JOHNSON, Caroline C. (1842-1926): m'd 1859 APPLEGATE, James; d/o Melchior and Delilah (Ware) Johnson

JOHNSON, Charles J. (1840- ): m'd GONSOLAS, Violetta

JOHNSON, David: m'd DAVIDSON, Loretta

JOHNSON, Elizabeth (1806-1858): m1. 1830 LEE, Philemon; m2. 1858 KELLY, Peter

JOHNSON, Ellison Carl (1831-1902): m'd 1853 GILLIAM, Nancy Jane; s/o James and Anna (Piles) Johnson

JOHNSON, Exie Anne [or Hexo A.] (c1843- ): m'd c1860 FOSS, George N.; d/o Nelson and Martha L. (Walker) Johnson

13) JOHNSON, George Washington (1844-1919): m'd 1866 JONES, Mary P.; s/o Hiram and Elizabeth (Whitley) Johnson; farmed in Marion Co until 1875 and then was businessman in Scio and Salem; fought in Civil War; served in state legislature 1911-1913

JOHNSON, George Washington (c1838- ): s/o James and Anna Johnson

JOHNSON, Hexo A. (1843- ):

13) JOHNSON, Hiram Alvah Sr. (1819-1896): m'd 1841 WHITLEY, Elizabeth; s/o Charles and Rachel (Pratt) Johnson

JOHNSON, James (1809-1870): m'd 1829 PILES , Anna; s/o James and Delila (Bennett) Johnson

JOHNSON, James S. "Texas" (1811- ): m1. 1829 CRISP, Malvina A.; m2. 1832 CRISP, Louisa T.

13) JOHNSON, John Charles (1842-1920): m'd 1864 GUNSAULES, Violetta; s/o Hiram and Elizabeth (Whitley) Johnson

JOHNSON, John Franklin (1841-1916): m'd 1864 WRIGHT, Margaret L.; s/o James S. and Louisa (Crisp) Johnson

JOHNSON, Joseph Dorris (1839- ): m'd 1857 ROBINSON, Hannah F., divorced; s/o Nelson and Martha L. (Walker) Johnson

JOHNSON, Joseph Franklin (1839-1923): m'd 1871 APPLEGATE, Frances "Fannie"; s/o Melchi and Delilah (Ware) Johnson

JOHNSON, Leander W. (c1844-1866): s/o James and Anna (Piles) Johnson

JOHNSON, Lucinda Adaline (1844-1921): m'd 1859 McCULLOUGH, James Madison; d/o James S. and Louisa (Crisp) Johnson 

JOHNSON, Mary (1797-1847): m'd 1815 GEER, Joseph Carey; d/o Kenyon and Elizabeth (Peckham) Johnson; died 6 Dec. 1847 on arrival

JOHNSON, Mary (c1827- ): m'd 1847 BRIGGS, Elias M.

JOHNSON, Mary (1840-1925): m'd 1851 CLYMER, Henry Vance - d/o William and Elizabeth (Layman) Johnson; pioneer of 1846

JOHNSON, Mary "Polly" (1813-1854): m'd 1834 COCHRAN, William; d/o Samuel Johnson

JOHNSON, Mary Ann (1837-1846/7): d/o Melchior and Delilah (Ware) Johnson; died either 1846 MO or 1847 OR on arrival

JOHNSON, Melchior "Melchi" (1807-1875): m'd 1834 WARE, Delilah Leavensworth; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Rowland) Johnson; brother of Nelson

JOHNSON, Nelson (1809- ): m'd 1837 WALKER, Martha Lee; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Rowland) Johnson; brother of Melchior

JOHNSON, Nelson (c1847-bef 1860): s/o James and Anna (Piles) Johnson

JOHNSON, Nelson J. (1843-1899): m'd 1872 GREEN, Mary E. "Zina"; s/o Melchior and Delilah (Ware) Johnson

JOHNSON, Polly (1813-1854): m'd COCHRAN, William - duplicate entry, you have her under Mary "Polly"

JOHNSON, Richard Tolliver (1834-1916): m'd TITTLE, Angeline; s/o James and Anna Johnson

JOHNSON, Rufus (1830 - ):

JOHNSON, Sarah Elizabeth (1846-1903): m'd 1865 FISHER, Charles G.; d/o Melchior and Delilah (Ware) Johnson

JOHNSON, Travis (c1838- ): s/o James S. and Louisa(Crisp) Johnson; also found as Francis, a daughter

JOHNSON, William (c1835- ): s/o James S. and Louisa (Crisp) Johnson

JOHNSON, William: said to have come 1847 via the Applegate Trail; presumably an adult

13) JOHNSON, William Warren (1847-1906): m'd 1869 HARRIS, Caroline; s/o Hiram and Elizabeth (Whitley) Johnson; born on trail; moved to eastern Oregon c1871 and then to Harney Co c1876 where he remained until his death

JOLLY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JOLLY, Anna Eliza (1839-1905): m'd 1856 WILLIAMS, Samuel

JOLLY, David (1816-1904): s/o William Sr. and bro. of Rev. William; came 1847 or 1850 but returned east

JOLLY, Joseph Warren (1837-1862): Never married

JOLLY, Mary Ann (1808-1897): m1. 1832 McCOMAS [or McCOMIS], John B.; m2. 1838 HARRELL, Isaac; d/o William and Elizabeth (Cating) Jolly; sister of Rev. William

JOLLY, Paulina S. (1841-1881): m1. 1859 PURVINE, Nelson; m2. 1874 FEKER, Michael; d/o Rev. William and Elizabeth J. (Strawn) Jolly

JOLLY, Urmanda Matilda (1846-1929): m1. 1865 ESTES, C. E.; m2. 1881 HOWARD, Henry Vernon; m3. THEIN, Marshall M.; d/o Rev. William and Elizabeth J. (Strawn) Jolly

JOLLY, William Rev. (1813-1892): m'd 1835 STRAWN, Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane; s/o William and Elizabeth (Cating) Jolly; father of 11 children

JOLLY, William Bonham (1843-1920): m1. 1865 GRIFFIN, Harriet B.; m2. 1879 WOODWORTH, Hattie E.; s/o Rev. William and Elizabeth J. (Strawn) Jolly

Fielding JONES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JONES, America (1839- ):
m'd 1859 OFFIELD, William Asbury; d/o Joseph Jones; arrival unknown

JONES, Caroline Mary (1822-1904): m'd 1844 COWAN, Robert Burns; d/o John and Minerva (Calloway) Jones

*16) JONES, Earl Douglas (1825-1884): m'd 1850 COLLARD, Mary Jane; s/o Samuel and Lydia (Douglas) Jones

JONES, Eveline (1837-1923): m1. HESS, Thomas (div.); m2. 1861 EVEREST, William C.; d/o William and Nancy (Davis) Jones

JONES, Fielding (1818-1903): m1. 1843 FRAKES, Permelia Elizabeth; m2. 1852 KILLIN, Martha Catherine; son of Martin and Rosannah (Shuck) Jones; name also written Fielden

JONES, H. P.:

JONES, Hixey V. (1807-1879): m'd 1828 STEVENS, William M.

JONES, Irena (1840-1925): m1. 1856 EVEREST, David; m2. 1908 HEATER, A. James; d/o William and Nancy (Davis) Jones

JONES, Mary Ann (1843-1909): m'd 1859 COOLEY, James Harvey; d/o Fielding and Elizabeth (Frakes) Jones

JONES,  Mary Caroline (1825- ): m'd 1844 COWAN, Robert

JONES, Mithra Milton (1831-1919): m'd 1853 HUBBARD, Julia Ann; s/o Egbert James and Mary (Harpole) Jones; said to be pioneer of 1847; came 1850.

JONES, Nancy (c1844- ): possibly m'd 1863 THORNALLY, Benjamin; d/o William and Nancy (Davis) Jones; died after 1860 but before 1892 without issue

JONES, Nathan B. (1819-1894): never married; s/o William and Hulda W. (Harris) Jones; died of injuries suffered during a robbery attempt at his home

JONES, Rebecca (1835-1913): m1. 1850 CULLY, Thomas (div.); m2. MEYER, Henry A.; d/o William and Nancy (Davis) Jones

JONES, Rosannah (c1842-1926): m1. 1862 TOOHILL, John; m2. 1874 McGUIRE, Henry G.; d/o William and Nancy (Davis) Jones

JONES, Rosannah (c1817-1903): m'd 1837 LANCASTER, Columbia; d/o Thomas and Sarah (Wilson) Jones

JONES, Susannah (1785-1868): m'd 1805 SHUCK, Jacob; d/o Martin Jones

JONES, Susan Catherine (1845-1891): never married; d/o Fielding and Elizabeth (Frakes) Jones

JONES, William (1811-1892): m1. 1831 DAVIS, Nancy; m2. 1870 Hall, Mrs. Malinda (HALL); son of Martin and Rosannah (Shuck) Jones

JONES, William James (1833-1908): m'd 1859 SHUCK, Elizabeth; s/o William and Nancy (Davis) Jones

JORDAN, Sarah Jane (1836-1859): m'd 1854 MARK, Alexander; came in 1853 as babysitter for Mulkey family

JORY FAMILY RESEARCHER:   JORY CEMETERY
JORY, Elizabeth (1822-1855): m'd 1848 FENN, John; was sister of John's first wife, Mary Jory; d/o James and Mary (Stephens) Jory

JORY, Hugh Stephens (1833-1912): m'd 1857 BUDD, Mary; s/o James and Mary (Stephens) Jory

JORY, James Jr. (1820-1905): m'd 1846 BUDD, Sarah Ann; s/o James and Mary (Stephens) Jory

JORY, James Sr. (1787-1870): m'd 1814 STEPHENS, Mary; settled in Marion County, OR

JORY, James W. (1846-1910): m'd WESTON, Mrs. Anna; s/o John H. and Caroline (Budd) Jory

JORY, John Hicks (1815-1899): m'd 1846 BUDD, Caroline; s/o James and Mary (Stephens) Jory

JORY, Phoebe Ann (1847-1924): never married; d/o James and Sarah Ann (Budd) Jory; born Sep. 1847 on the Trail

JORY, Thomas (1825-1882): m'd 1857 LEABO, Mary Catherine; s/o James and Mary (Stephens) Jory

JORY, William (1828-1924): m'd 1856 MOORE, Jane E.; s/o James and Mary (Stephens) Jory

JOY, Rachel Way (1822-1869): m1. 1841 FISHER, John H.: m2. 1848 MILLS, William A.; d/o Reuben and Rachel Joy

JUDD, Daniel M. (1818-1877): m'd 1842 DEWEY, Sarah M.; of Waterford, Michigan, he wrote a series of letters on the Trail in 1847; probably came alone, returned east by 1849

KALER, Mary Magdalene (1825-1855): m'd 1843 RHOADES, George

KEAS, Elias Dudley (1809- ): m'd 1837 ALDRIDGE, Mary Ann "Polly"

KEAS, John W. (1841-1906): m'd 1886 RAINEY, Fannie Lee; s/o Elias D. and Polly (Aldridge) Keas

KEAS, Martha A. (c1838- ): d/o Elias D. and Polly (Aldridge) Keas

KEAS, Mary Ann (c1845/7- ): m1. 1863 BIGHAM, David; m2. by 1880 MARION, William; d/o Elias D. and Polly (Aldridge) Keas

KEENE, Alfred Carter (1821-1886): m'd 1849 NEAL, Nancy; s/o Enoch and Mary (Williams) Keene

KEENE, David Madison Rev. (1825-1889): m'd 1853 CAMPBELL, Elizabeth H.; s/o Enoch and Mary (Williams) Keene

KEENEY, Jonathan (1827- ): m1. 1849 RAGSDALE, Catherine; m2. 1858 MITCHELL, Margarette Smith; m3. ; went to CA 1847 with the Army, returned east and emigrated with Catherine in 1851; Catherine and Jonathan were divorced in Lane Co.

KEES: also see Keas

KEES, Jacob (1783-1850): m'd c1805 JONES, Mary; said to be 1847 pioneers see:1848

KEES, Mary Mrs. (1792-1850): m'd 1805 KEES, Jacob; said to be 1847 pioneers see:1848

KELLER, Isaac D. (c1805-1880): m1. 1830 BENNETT, Bessie; m2. 1853 FLOREY, Ann Lasher; son John said to be pioneer of 1847, and Isaac and another son James were listed with John in Clark Co. in 1850, presumably also coming that year; Isaac returned to Missouri by 1853 and remained there

KELLER, James Madison (1831-c1898): m'd c1864 GLENN, Sarah E.; s/o Isaac and Bessie (Bennett) Keller; in California by 1860 and did not return to Oregon

KELLER, John A. (1832-1879): m'd 1867 ELLIOT, Mary; s/o Isaac and Bessie (Bennett) Keller; J. Keller on Bancroft list; settled in Baker and Union counties 

KELLEY, James W. (1836-1925): m'd 1858 EGGMAN, Calista

KELLEY, Joseph (1799-1850): m'd 1836 MCCLAIN, Amanda

KELLOGG, Moses K. (c1820-1851): m'd 1848 Sturges, Frances Elizabeth (WELDON)

KELLY, Albert Rev. (1814-1873): m'd 1837 BINGHAM, Nira C. - probably 1849

KELSEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KELSEY, Joseph (1824-1895) m'd 1851 LIGGETT, Phoebe

KELSO, Mary (1796-1874): m'd 1815 MICHAEL, Jared

KENDALL, Jehial S. (1816-1888): m'd 1853 Matte, Mary Ann (TAYLOR) Maupin; called pioneer of 1847; see 1845 listing

KENNEDY, Barney (1811-1865): m'd 1839 UNDERWOOD, Arah; s/o Charles and Mary (Crooson) Kennedy

KENNEDY, Charles (1842- ): presumably this is oldest known child of Barney and Arah (Underwood) Kennedy - can find no evidence of his presence in Oregon and probably he died young, perhaps before the journey

KENNEDY, John (1845-1905): m'd 1869 SCOLLARD, Julia; s/o Barney and Arah (Underwood) Kennedy

KENNEDY, John (1816-1884): m1. McCABE, Catherine; m2. 1849 POUJADE, Mary; m3. 1869 PIXLEY, Belle; s/o Charles and Mary (Crooson) Kennedy

KENNEDY, Mary (1842-1925): m'd 1859 JOHNSTON, John; d/o John and Catherine (McCabe) Kennedy

KESLER, Cynthia Louise (1811-1898): m1. 1825 BURBEE, Jonathan; m2. 1855 SMITH, Lorenzo P. (div.); m3. 1860 JACKSON, Henry

KESTER, Charles M. (1826-1894): m1. 1849 JOHNSON, Martha C.; m2. 1882 STRAWSER, M. L.; s/o Jesse and Sarah (Johnson) Kester; settled in Clackamas County

KESTER, Emeline (1831-1906): m1. 1850 ROBERTS, George W.; m2. 1862 BRADBURY, William J.; d/o Jesse and Sarah (Johnson) Kester; settled in Clackamas County

KESTER, Henderson Warner (1837-1884): m'd STINE, Mary M.; s/o Jesse and Ruth (Conley) Kester; returned east, settled in Iowa

KESTER, James Johnson (1823-1887): m'd 1849 HUBBARD, Keziah Jane; s/o Jesse and Sarah (Johnson) Kester; settled in Marion County

KESTER, Jesse (1800-1856): m1. 1818 JOHNSON, Sarah; m2. c1836 CONLEY, Ruth Eveline; came with second wife and a number of children, locating in Clackamas County before visiting the gold fields and returning east to Putnam Co. Illinois by 1850

KESTER, Margaret Ann (1828-1897): m'd 1853 RADCLIFF, John C.; d/o Jesse and Sarah (Johnson) Kester; returned east, died in Kansas

KESTER, Maria Louisa (1842-1906): m'd 1860 GREEN, William Henry; d/o Jesse and Ruth (Conley) Kester; returned east, died in Iowa

KESTER, Sarah Elenor (1839-1913): m1. 1855 HARTENBOWER, Snider; m2. LOGENCRANTZ, John August; m3. 1893 JOHNS, Benjamin F.; m4. 1897 OLSEN, Halvor; d/o Jesse and Ruth (Conley) Kester; returned east, lived in Wisonsin and Michigan, surname Johns at death

KETCHUM, Eliza Ann (1827-1907): m'd 1844 DRIGGS, Jeremiah; d/o Joel and Julia Ann (Darling) Ketchum 

KETCHUM, Joel (1803-1891): m'd 1825 DARLING, Julia Ann

KETCHUM, Lewis Grant (1839- ): m'd 1860 HANAN, Julia Ann; s/o Joel and Julia Ann (Darling) Ketchum

KETCHUM, Walter M. (1829- ): m'd 1851 PETERSON, Laura; s/o Joel and Julia Ann (Darling) Ketchum

KIMBALL, Byron Steuben (1839-1899): s/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; Whitman Massacre survivor; probably never married

KIMBALL, Clarice (1844-1847): d/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; died on the Trail about 19 June 1847

KIMBALL, Mina Ann (1846-1928): m1. 1860 BOGGS, Isaac (div.?); m2. 1867 MEGLER, Alexander J.; m3. 1904 HEDRICK, J. W.; d/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; Whitman Massacre  survivor; note she resumed Megler surname by 1910

KIMBALL, Nathan M. (1835-1906): m'd 1861 NILES, Lucinda; s/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; Whitman Massacre  survivor

KIMBALL, Nathan Schofield (1807-1847): m'd 1831 SANBORN, Harriet; victim of Whitman Massacre

KIMBALL, Omar J. (1833-1847): s/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; died on the Trail about 26 Sep. 1847 along Snake River

KIMBALL, Sarah Sophia (1841-1917): m'd 1859 MUNSON, Joel Wilson; d/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; Whitman Massacre survivor

KIMBALL, Susan Marie (1831-1905): m'd 1850 WIRT, Augustus C.; d/o Nathan S. and Harriet (Sanborn) Kimball; Whitman Massacre survivor

KIMSEY FAMILY RESEARCHER: note that the name is found both KIMSEY and KIMZEY although most of the Oregon immigrants used KIMSEY, and they were all related closely
KIMSEY, Achsa (1816-1859): m'd 1844 SMITH, Ira Perry; d/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey

KIMSEY, Benjamin Franklin (1828-1904): m1. 1854 SMITH, Malinda; m2. c1870 FAUST, Mrs. Pamelia; s/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey

KIMSEY, Duffield G. "Duff" (1821-1858): m'd 1847 SMITH, Mandana; s/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey

KIMSEY, Edna (1819-1874): m1. 1841 BENSON, John A.; m2. 1867 PEMBERTON, J. C.; d/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey; removed to California by 1849

KIMSEY, Edson Ross (1826-1906): m'd 1852 WALKER, Jane Malinda Ann; s/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, Elizabeth Jane (1834-1925): m1. 1849 TUCKER, Henry L.; m2. 1879 KELLAND, James; d/o John and Susan (Brock) Kimsey 

KIMSEY, James (1784-1860): m'd 1805 MCCRACKEN, Hannah J.

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, James Samuel (1835-1910): m1. 1860 YOUNG, Pernecy; m2. 1876 Peasley, Mary (BASIL); s/o John and Susan (Brock) Kimsey 

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, John (1807-1849): m'd 1833 BROCK, Susannah "Susan"; s/o Samuel and Rachael (Townsend) Kimsey

KIMSEY, John F. (1812-1880): m'd 1840 Price, Masey (SIMPSON); s/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey

KIMSEY, Leonidas Oldham (1841-1920): m1. 1868 KIMSEY, Hannah Jane; m2. 1892 McRAE, Rosa Belle; s/o John F. and Masey (Simpson) Kimsey

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, Lavinia Talitha (1841-1925): m'd 1861 WHALLEY, John William; d/o John and Susan (Brock) Kimsey

KIMSEY, Mahala (1808-1861): never married; d/o James and Hannah (McCracken) Kimsey; possibly came out later but was in Oregon by 1850

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, Rachel Johnson (1839-1913): m1. 1853 GARRISON, Joseph H.; m2. 1868 MISSLER, Adam; d/o John and Susan (Brock) Kimsey

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, Terry Wayne (1846-1933): m1. 1872 Hughes, Rebecca A. (BUXTON); m2. 1896 Cleaver, Mary Valentine (PRUITT); s/o John and Susan (Brock) Kimsey

KIMSEY, Thomas Lafayette (1823-1872/7): m'd 1852 ZACHARY, Milley Jane; s/o Samuel and Rachel (Townsend) Kimsey; arrived 1847 but may have crossed plains 1846 to CA

KIMSEY, Tirzah Ellen (1843-1920): m. 1860 McCRACKEN, Christopher C.; d/o John F. and Masey (Simpson) Kimsey

KIMSEY or KIMZEY, William Thomas (1844-1917): m'd 1877 CHANDLER, Mary E.; s/o John and Susan (Brock) Kimsey

KINCAID, Margaret ( -1847): m'd 1844 BUCKINGHAM, Hiram Heaton

KINDER, Franklin Peter (1828-1889): m'd 1851 EVANS, Rebecca Isabel; in California 1850, evididently returned east and married and came again 1852; died Waitsburg WA

KING, Charlotte Manelle (1807-1894): m'd 1823 HUNSAKER, Daniel; d/o Elijah and Frances (King) King; CA pioneer of 1847

KING, Elizabeth Jane (1804-1864): m'd 1820 HUNSAKER, Joseph; d/o Elijah and Frances (King) King

KING, Hannah (1800-1887/9): m'd 1821 WHISMAN, John Wilson; d/o James and Rachel (Stewart) King; CA pioneer 

KINGERY, Samuel (1824-1884): m'd 1858 BENEFIEL, Jane Cydonia.

KINNEY, Albert William (1842/3-1881): m'd 1867 NEWBY, Virginia; s/o Robert C. and Eliza (Bigelow) Kinney

KINNEY, Andrew Christie (1837-1881): m'd 1857 DAVIS, Nancy Catherine "Kate"; s/o Samuel and Maria (Porter) Kinney

KINNEY, Augustus Dr. (1845-1908): m'd 1867 WELCH, Jane; s/o Robert C. and Eliza (Bigelow) Kinney - note that his middle name has been given as Crouch, as Ceasar, and as Ceasar Dodge

KINNEY, John Lafayette (1839-1908): m'd 1868 CARTER, Sarah Luiza; s/o Samuel and Maria (Porter) Kinney

KINNEY, Lyman C. (1841-1903): m'd c1896 FOLSOM, Julia; s/o Samuel and Maria (Porter) Kinney

KINNEY, Marshall Johnston (1847-1932): m1. 1876 MORGAN, Margaret; m2. 1888 WHITE, Narcissa; s/o Robert C. and Eliza (Bigelow) Kinney

KINNEY, Mary (1830-1908): m'd 1851 BRISBINE, John H.; d/o Samuel and Maria (Porter) Kinney

KINNEY, Mary Jane (1837-1921): m'd 1857 SMITH, John Henry; d/o Robert C. and Eliza (Bigelow) Kinney

KINNEY, Rebecca Ann (1835-1875): m'd 1851 MONROE, John A. “Jack”; d/o Samuel and Maria (Porter) Kinney

*4) KINNEY, Robert Crouch (1813-1875): m'd 1833 BIGELOW, Eliza; s/o Samuel and Mary (Gibbons) Kinney

KINNEY, Samuel (1810-1875): m'd 1828 PORTER, Ann Maria "Maria"; s/o Samuel and Mary (Gibbons) Kinney

KINNEY, Sarah Elizabeth (1845-1924): m'd 1873 LAIGHTON, Frank H.; d/o Samuel and Maria (Porter) Kinney

KIRKPATRICK, John Marion (1825-1910): m'd 1857 COPLANTZ, Rebecca; made several trips across the plains

KITCHEN, Thomas Stephens (1817-1900): m1. 1840 McHARGUE, Mary; m2. 1856 BEST, Mary Jane; came alone in 1847, to Calif. 1849 and returned east 1851

KLINGLER FAMILY RESEARCHER: Note: some family members shortened name to Klinger
KLINGLER, Christina Willemine (1834-1894): m'd 1851 CALLAHAN, Clifton; d/o John and Marie (Woesthof) Klingler; born Charlette Twp, Warren Co, MO;

KLINGLER, Gustavius Ernst (1843-1887): m'd 1867 BUNTON, Martha Ann; d/o John and Marie (Woesthof) Klingler; born Charlette Twp, Warren Co, MO;

KLINGLER, Helena (1841-1928): m'd 1861 MORRIS, David; d/o John and Marie (Woesthof) Klingler; born Charlette Twp, Warren Co, MO;

KLINGLER, John Ludwig (1810-1859): m1.  WOESTHOF, Marie Therese; STEINKAMP, Marie Anna; John (Johannes) Ludwig Klingler was born in Warburg, Westfalen, Prussia.  He was the son Johannes Ludwig  and Christine (Koch) Klingler. His first wife, Maria Therese Wosthoff ,was born Neuenheerse, Westfalen, Prussia, the daughter of  Anthon nd Maria Franziska (Pratt) Wosthoff a..  John died being crushed and was buried in the Klingler Cemetery 28 November 1859.  John (Johannes) Ludwig Klingler came on the wagon train with his second wife Marie Anna Steinkamp.  His first wife died in Warren County Missouri 1844. 

KLINGLER, Lewis Johannes (1839-1915): m'd 1861 WOODCOCK, Melissa; s/o John and Marie (Woesthof) Klingler; born Charlette Twp, Warren Co, MO; also known as Louis John KLINGER

KLINGLER, Matilda L. (1836-1907): m'd Poujade, Andrew Isasore; m2. GRIBBLE, William B.; m3. KLOCK, Henry; d/o John and Marie (Woesthof) Klingler; born Charlette Twp, Warren Co, MO; Matilda L. Klingler and the children were abondoned by her husband Andrew Isadore Poujade and she divorced him.  She then married William B. Gribble 2 April in Canby, Clackamas Oregon. They had children and he died 1875 in Jackson, Oregon.  Matilda L. Klingler then married Henry Klock 1879 (aka Clock).  He helped raise the Poujade and Gribble children.  Then he and Matilda moved to California  and was on the 1900 Modoc, California Census.  Matilda died in California.

KLINGLER, Therese Maria (1839-c1893): m'd1858 MARTIN, Joseph Hiram; d/o John and Marie (Woesthof) Klingler; born Charlette Twp, Warren Co, MO;died in California

KLINGLER, William Thomas (1847-1866): s/o John and Maria (Steinkamp) Klingler; born on the trail. He was crippled his whole life.  He died Jul 7, 1866 and was buried in the Klingler Cemetery (Mollala,Clackamas County, Oregon)

KLUM, Charles K. (1828-1911): m'd 1875 FINLEY, Lucinda H.; s/o William and Sarah (Rockefeller) Klum

KLUM, George William (1825-1913): m'd 1847 NYE, Catharine Jane; s/o William and Sarah (Rockefeller) Klum

KLUM, Mary Ellen (1834-1878): m'd 1852 SALTMARSH, Joseph Bolivar; d/o William and Sarah (Rockefeller) Klum

KLUM, Sarah Jane (1831/2-1854): m1. 1848 DYER, Andrew Norton (div. 1852); m2. 1852 MILLER, David; d/o William and Sarah (Rockefeller) Klum; Andrew N. Dyer filed on provisional land claims in Oregon early in 1848, and on 24 April 1848 married a young 17 year old girl in Oregon; they lived together until Mar. 1850 when he returned east to buy a steamboat, then in October 1850 he wrote to her admitting he already had a lawful wife in the states of whom Sarah had not been aware, and that he was again residing with her and did not intend to return to Oregon;

KLUM, William (1795-1865): m1. ROCKEFELLER, Sarah; m2. 1846 Geddis, Margaret (MARSH)

KNIGHTEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:  Note: this name appears as both Knighten and Knighten.  Descendants say the correct spelling is Knighten
KNIGHTEN, Ammon (1787-1877): m'd 1810 COX, Fannie

KNIGHTEN, Commodore Perry (1821- ): s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten - note that he may not have come until 1850 - corrected entry should read: KNIGHTEN, Commodore Perry (1823-1898): m1. 1850 BLAZER, Rosannah W.; m2. 1880 Phipps, Mrs. Frances E. (NANNEY); s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Frances "Fannie" (1840-1913): m'd 1857 DEEN, Jacob; d/o Wiley and Louisa (Wideman) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Isaac (1834-1917): 1861 MCBEE, Rebecca; s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Joseph Magoon (1847-1917): s/o Wiley and Louisa (Wideman) Knighten, born 3 Sep. 1847 in Blue Mountains on the Trail; probably never married

KNIGHTEN, Lovell (1814-1905): m'd 1852 LINEBARGER, Mary Grace; s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Melissa (1830-1864): m'd 1848 SHRUM, John W.; d/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten; buried Stipp Cemetery, Macleay, Marion Co, OR

KNIGHTEN, Minerva (1828-1911): m'd 1849 WOOD, Robert;  d/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Nancy Ann (1826-1910): m'd 1846 WATTS, Marvel Markham; d/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten - came 1850

KNIGHTEN, Sarah Elizabeth (1841-c1885): m1. 1858 WOOD, Rollen R.; m2. c1879 MILLER, Gideon W.; d/o Wiley and Louisa (Wideman) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Thomas Ammon (1832-1891): m'd 1855 RANES, Nancy J.; s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, Wiley Leander (1818-1892): m1. 1839 WIDEMAN, Louisa; m2. 1854 WINDOM, Nancy B.; s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, William Green (1837-1928): m'd 1860 DAWSON, Julia A.; s/o Ammon and Fannie (Cox) Knighten

KNIGHTEN, William Green (1843/5-1937): m'd 1879 Sarah Annabelle MAGILL; s/o Wiley and Louisa (Wideman) Knighten

KONKRIGHT: see Conkright

KUYKENDALL, William (1809-1851): m'd 1848 HINES, Margaret Jane;  was in New Mexico 1844, and may have come to Oregon first in 1845; brought a train of pack mules in 1847

LABRIE, Ferdinand M. (1828-1866): m'd 1857 ROWLEY, Ann Eliza; came as servant of Bishop Blanchet; settled in Douglas Co

LADY, James W. (1832-1913): m'd 12 Feb 1857 WOOD, Sarah; thought to have emigrated with his uncle, John William Bewley; returned east and came west again with family members in 1853.

LAFOREST, Eugene (1827-1876): m'd 1854 GUTHUEST, Mary Margaret Salome; said to be an 1847 pioneer but possibly came in 1846, probably by sea; note his wife Mary also arrived by sea, possibly either in 1850 or 1852

LAGEE, Mary A. (1822-1898): m'd 1838 MATTOON, Allen; name given as Mary Grant on marriage record; said to be d/o Philip Lagee

LAMOREE, Jane M. (1821-1894): m'd 1841 McKEAN, Ira Hicks

LAMSON, Henry Ward (1840-1922): m'd 1860 CHARLTON, Sarah Nancy; s/o Jeremiah and Helen M. (Hawks) Lamson

LAMSON, Jeremiah (1812-1879): m'd 1837 HAWKS, Helen Maria

LAMSON, Roswell Hawks (1838-1903): m'd 1867 Catherine BUCKINGHAM; s/o Jeremiah and Helen M. (Hawks) Lamson

LANCASTER, Columbia (1803-1893): m'd 1837 JONES, Rosannah; made partial journey on Trail in 1842; Oregon Territory supreme court judge; first delegate to Congress from Washington Territory

LANCASTER, Sarah (1843-1911): m'd 1861 HEITMAN, Henry; d/o Columbia and Rosannah (Jones) Lancaster

LANCE, Orson H. (1844-1907): m's 1865 PULLEN, Sarah E.; s/o John and Elizabeth (Bozarth) Lance

LANCE, Owen Almon (1846-1898): m'd 1871 WHITE, Jurida Caroline "Cadie"; s/o John and Elizabeth (Bozarth) Lance

LAND, Narcissa Burdette (1819-1899): m1. 1837 COLDWELL, John; m2. ASHCRAFT, Joseph; m3. c1846 VASQUEZ, Louis; m4. 1869 GORENFLO, Julius; m5. 1879 BUCHANAN, James; m6. McDOWELL, unknown; from St. Louis to Fort Bridger 1847; she died in Colorado, buried under the surname Vasque

NOTE the two Ashcraft children said to have accompanied Narcissa and Louis Vasquez in 1847 were, according to Vasquez family records found:  VASQUEZ, Hiram Washington (1843-1939): m1. c1867 unknown, Maria Ascenscion; m2. 1877 GRIBBLE, Martha Marindy; s/o Joseph and Narcissa (Land) Ashcraft; from St. Louis to Fort Bridger with stepfather Lewis Vasquez 1847; born ASHCRAFT, he went by the surname of Vasquez, and settled in Colorado; COLDWELL, Armilda (c1841- ): d/o John and Narcissa (Land) Coldwell; from St. Louis to Fort Bridger with stepfather Lewis Vasquez 1847; "disappeared with Jim Peck's wagon train"

LANDESS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
13) LANDESS, Abraham Jr. (1825-1855): m'd 1843 DECKER, Diana;  s/o Abraham and Betsy (Conkright) Landess

13) LANDESS, Abraham Sr. (1789-1855): m'd 1811 CONKWRIGHT, Elizabeth "Betsy"

13) LANDESS, Felix (1820-1903): m'd 1840 WHITE, Elizabeth Jane;  s/o Abraham and Betsy (Conkright) Landess

13) LANDESS, George L. (1846-1909): m'd c1874 CARPENTER, Ruhama; s/o Felix and Elizabeth J. (White) Landess

13) LANDESS, John (1823-1904): m'd INGRAM, Leodocia; s/o Abraham and Betsy (Conkright) Landess

13) LANDESS, Mary Jane (1845-1920): m'd 1859 TUCKER, William;  d/o Abram and Diana (Decker) Landess

13) LANDESS, Nancy Ellen (1847-1928): m1. 1860 CAMPBELL, John M.; m2. LOGAN, Thomas; d/o Abram and Diana (Decker) Landess; born 13 June 1847 on the plains

13) LANDESS, William (1833-1895): m'd 1853 GRAHAM, Elizabeth Caroline; s/o Abraham and Betsy (Conkright) Landess

LAMPHEAR, Jonas (1784-after 1860): m'd 1841 Dawson, Hester Ann (ROSE), divorced 1859 

LANE, Jane L. (1826- ): m'd COLEMAN, William Smith; Jane was born 18 Feb 1826 in Cranbury, NJ; after emigrating west the family settle for a short time in Oregon before removing to California.  They later returned to Illinois.

LANGWORTHY, Augustus J. (1826-1910): m'd 1851 GARWOOD, Jane; s/o Augustus and Ada (Meachem) Langworthy; cousin of George

LANGWORTHY, George Anson (1824-1876): m'd 1853 GARWOOD, Sabrana; s/o Anson and Amanda (Russell) Langworthy; cousin of Augustus

LARKINS, Alexander D. (1842-1869): s/o Monroe and Elizabeth (Glenn) Larkins; served during the Civil War

LARKINS, David K. (1834- ): s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins; died before Oct. 1859 

*2) LARKINS, James Franklin (1824- ): m'd 1846 TUCKER, Julia Ann

LARKINS, James (1824-bef. 1900): m1. 1853 STEWART, Harriet; m2. 1855 HILLARY, Lydia; s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Jeremiah R. (1815-1880): m1. 1837 DAVIS, Sarah Ann; m2. 1846 HAILY, Keturah E.; s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins; had provisional land claim 1847 but per desc. did not come west

LARKINS, Joel (1837-1859): never married; s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Joel (c1843-after 1860): s/o William H. and Mary Ann (Corbell) Larkins

LARKINS, Jehu (c1845- ): s/o William H. and Mary Ann (Corbell) Larkins; served during the Civil War

LARKINS, John Reed (1829-1912): m'd 1855 GARD, Minerva; s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Louisa J. (1843-1868): m'd 1866 CHAPELL, Henry; d/o Monroe and Elizabeth (Glenn) Larkins

LARKINS, Luticia (c1846-after 1860): d/o William H. and Mary Ann (Corbell) Larkins

LARKINS, Mary Melissa (1844-1914): m'd 1860 AUSTIN, Henry H.; d/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Monroe (1818-1898): m1. 1841 GLENN, Elizabeth Vinson; m2. 1874 WILLIAMS, Grace D.; s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Rachel (1832-1849): m'd 1848 BARLOW, William; d/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Rebecca K. (1826-1900): m1. 1848 BARLOW, James K.; m2. 1874 MOORE, David S.; d/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Salome Reed (1822-1892): m'd 1848 GRAHAM, George; d/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

2) LARKINS, William E. (1794-1850): m'd 1816 REED, Rachel

LARKINS, William Henry (1820-1894): m1. 1841 CORBELL, Mary Ann; m2. 1859 Harvey, Caroline A. (McMAHON) Moore (div.); m3. 1868 Kelty, Priscilla (STILLWELL) Rowland; s/o William E. and Rachel (Reed) Larkins

LARKINS, Zerilda (1845-1847): d/o Monroe and Elizabeth (Glenn) Larkins; said to have died 14 July 1847 Green River or Fort Bridger on the Trail 

LAROQUE, George (1820-1877): m'd  1855 CLARK, Asinoe Matilda; s/o Joseph Laroque

LASKEY, Sabrina Amelia (1828-1902): m1. 1846 BURBANK, Aaron; m2. 1869 PAGE, Simeon; m3. 1871 CRAVEN, Nathaniel

LAUGHLIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LAUGHLIN, Delia Anne (1837-1908): m'd 1852 SMITH, William C. d/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty/Doty) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, Lee (1833-1913): m1. 1856 STEWART, Emeline; m2. 1904 BROWN, Anna; s/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, James (1801-1878): s/o James and Rachel (Dalrymple) Laughlin; went to California during the gold rush where he remained; evidently did not marry

LAUGHLIN, Lucinda Violet (1842-1889): m'd 1857 SAPPINGTON, John W.; d/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, Mary Francis (1845-1867): m'd 1865 SAPPINGTON, George W.; d/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, Nancy Jane (1840-1916): m1. 1857 HOWARD, Martin P.; m2. 1866 CAPPS, Jacob D.; d/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, Rachel (1826-1901): m1. 1846 HUTT, Thomas B.; m2. 1879 BARNEY, Harlow; d/o Samuel and Naomi (Morrow) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, Robert Rankin (1828-1894): m1. 1852 GRIFFIN, Nancy Love; m2. 1871 WILLIS, Anna Maria; s/o Samuel and Naomi (Morrow) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, Samuel (1792-1869): m1. MORROW, Naomi; m2. DOUGHTY/DOTY, Nancy; m3. DAVIS, Jane (Jones); two older sons emigrated in 1850; Samuel went back to MO in 1865 and returned with a final son, Alfred; settled in Yamhill Co; s/o James and Rachel (Dalrymple) Laughlin; father of 14 children, nine of whom (along with his brother James and granddaughter Elizabeth Baxter) came with him to Oregon in 1847 in the train captained by Joseph Magone, taking the Columbia River route

LAUGHLIN, Samuel Doughty (1835-1911): m'd 1858 MINTER, Amanda Dorcas; s/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, William (1830-1918): m'd 1857 ROBERTS, Phoebe Ann; s/o Samuel and Nancy (Doughty) Laughlin

LAWSON, Cecelia (1822-1870): m'd 1841 MCKAY, James Thomas; b. Scotland; settled near St. Paul, Marion Co, OR

LAYTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LAYTON, Davis (1822-1862): m1. 1849 BURKHART, Charlotte Elizabeth; m2. 1857 HOGUE, Margaret Emma; s/o Asher and Rebecca (Davis) Layton

LAYTON, Francis M. (1845-1909): m1. 1864 VAUGHAN, Amanda, divorced; m2. 1880 Taylor, Mary E. (FISHER); s/o John and Rebecca M. (Hogue) Layton

LAYTON, John (1823-1909): m1. 1841 HOGUE, Rebecca Marie; m2. 1861 LEWIS, Sarah Ann; m3. 1875 Newton, Anna (ALLEN); s/o Asher and Rebecca (Davis) Layton; buried Mount Union Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

LAYTON, Mary Ann (1846-1875): m'd 1859 LEWIS, David J.; d/o John and Rebecca (Hogue) Layton; buried Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

*11) LAYTON, Theodocia (1819-1855): m'd 1841 CONNER, William

LEABO, Catherine (1825-1899): m'd 1845 FISH, Walter; d/o Noah and Unicey (Gillette) Leabo; niece of Jacob Leabo

LEABO, Jacob (1795-1880): m'd 1824 BAILEY, Elizabeth; s/o Francois Isaac and Sarah (Jennings) Leabo; came alone and returned east 1848, to CA 1852, returned east 1853, to Oregon again 1862

LEABO, Sena (1822-1851): m'd 1838 JACK, Nathaniel Daniel; d/o Joseph H. and Nancy (Stubblefield) Lebow; also given as Senna LEBO or LEBOW

LEAVERTON, Sarah (1814-1909): m'd 1829 WALLING, Jerome B.

LECLAIR, Guillaume (1821-after 1863): subdeacon accompanying Bishop Blanchett; ordained a priest c1849; returned to Quebec by 1853

LEE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEE, Albert H. (1847-1936): m'd 1871 HALL, Martha J.; s/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee;
Albert Harvey Lee b. 22 Jan 1847 Ottumwa, Wapello, Iowa d. 23 Aug 1936 Canby, Clackamas, Oregon

LEE, Amanda (1834-1911): m'd 1850 HOLCOMB, Stephen Allen; d/o Philemon and Elizabeth (Johnson) Lee

LEE, Andrew Jackson (1841-1909): m'd 1861 LAKIN, Martha Elizabeth; s/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Caroline (1841- ): m'd 1864 ROOK, Rev. George W.; d/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee; Caroline "Carrie" Euphemia Lee b. 6 Jun 1841 Jefferson Co., NY d. Salem, Marion, Oregon m. Rev George W. Rook 03 Jul 1864 Clackamas Co., Oregon - properly this is - LEE, Euphemia Caroline "Carrie" (1841-1895): m’d 1864 ROORK, Rev. George W.; d/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee

LEE, Caroline (1837-1914): m'd 1850 ILER, Savil or Seville Wilson; d/o Philemon and Elizabeth (Johnson) Lee

LEE, Edward Daniel (1835-1907): s/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Edwin Tallman (1830-1872/3): m1. 1851 KILLIN, Catherine (div.); m2. 1868 FICKERT, Henrietta; m3. 1870 Gossett, Priscilla (STRATTON); s/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee

LEE, Elvira Belle (1835-1915): m'd 1854 SALTMARSH, Arthur Vance; d/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee; Elvira Lee b. 24 Dec 1835 Jefferson Co., NY d.. 25 Jun 1915 Lebanon, Linn, Oregon

LEE, Emily Armine (1828-1857): m'd 1854 LEABO, James Roland; d/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee; b. 22 Jul 1828 Jefferson Co., NY d. 15 Dec 1857

Lee, Heman A. (1833- ): m'd 1869 TICE, Eda Elizabeth; s/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee; Heman Allen Lee b. 29 Mar 1833 Jefferson Co., NY d. 7 Jan 1914 Canby, Clackamas, Oregon m. Eda Elizabeth Tice (Oregon Trail in 1863) b. 10 Jul 1851 Page Co;, Iowa d. 5 Jun 1911, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon on 9 Apr 1867 Portland, Multnomah, Oregon

LEE, Jason R.: s/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee; Jason R. Lee b. 22 Jun 1844 Jefferson Co., NY d. Sep 1846 Ottumwa, Wapello, Iowa and he did not live to make the trip with the family

LEE, John Milo (1846-1874): s/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Josephus C. (1841-1913): m'd 1865 TAYLOR, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Philemon and Elizabeth (Johnson) Lee 

LEE, Joseph "Josephus": m'd TALLMAN, Abigail; b. 12 Sep 1783 Hanover Twp, Grafton, NH d. 1848 Salem, Marion, Oregon buried there under a large Oak Tree. Abigail Tallman b. 1783 Grafton, NH d. abt 1820 Jefferson Co. NY did not live to make the trip as well as one daughter of Phidellia Lee b. 1815 Jefferson Co., NY d. aft 1830

LEE, Louisa Lodema (1834-1907): m'd 1851 CHEADLE, Richard; d/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Lucinda Jane (1844-1926): m'd 1863 MATTHEWS, Lemuel; d/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Maranda (1835-1909): m'd c1854 MARTIN, Orin; d/o Philemon and Elizabeth (Johnson) Lee

LEE, Mary Ann (1847-1912): m'd 1865 SHEPHERD, John; d/o Philemon and Elizabeth (Johnson) Lee; said to have been born 18 Dec. 1847 on arrival

LEE, Mary Eliza (1839-1931): m'd 1857 VAIL, Joel; d/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Nancy ( -1853): m'd 1830 REED, Reason

LEE, Nicholas (1818-1879): m'd 1840 HOPPER, Sarah; s/o Joseph and Amy (Lunbeck) Lee

LEE, Norman Leslie Dr. (1837-1919): m'd 1868 GRIGGS, Amanda Melvina; s/o Philester and Eliza Ann (Burge) Lee

LEE, Oren (1838-1881): m'd 1876 WHITING, Cleo P.; s/o Philander and Anna (Green) Lee

LEE, Philinda (1812-1873): m1. GREEN, John Harvey "Jack" ( -1847); m2. 1848 TERWILLIGER, James; d/o Josephus and Abigail (Tallman) Lee

LEE, Philander (1802-1887): m'd 1827 GREEN, Anna Harvey; s/o Josephus and Abigail (Tallman) Lee; Philander Lee b. 22 Feb 1802 Warren Co., NY d. 12 Jan 1887 Canby, Clackamas, Oregon son of Joseph "Josephus" Lee and Abigail Tallman. Jefferson Co., NY

LEE, Philemon (1803-1851): m'd 1830 JOHNSON, Elizabeth; s/o Josephus and Abigail (Tallman) Lee

LEE, Philester (1809-1892): m'd 1832 BURGE, Eliza Ann (div. 1859); s/o Josephus and Abigail (Tallman) Lee

LEE, Sally Ann (1810-1883): m'd CANFIELD, William Daniel; While living in Vermont she married William D. Canfield on June 10, 1828.  They moved to Springfield, PA in 1837 and resided there for two years prior to moving to Jersey County, IL.  They farmed in that area until June 1842 when they moved to IA.  He was responsible for laying out the Oskaloosa town square while in residence. Finding the IA winters too cold they decided to move to Oregon where the climate was reportedly milder.  In company with the Oskaloosa Company of 1847 they emigrated west.  Upon arrival the family stopped at the Whitman Mission and became victims of the Whitman Massacre.  William escaped to Lapwai and the remainder of the family was later ransomed.  They resided in what is now Washington for a time and then moved to Sonoma County, CA where William and Sallie lived out their years. Mother of (Nathan Lee 1829-1835, Ellen S., 1831-1865, Oscar F. 1838-1926, Clarissa 1840-?, Sylvia Ann 1842-1854, Albert 1845-?, William D. 1848-1849 and Julia 1850-1850).

LEGG, William Thomas (1835-1913): m'd 1859 JOHN, Christina Rachel; s/o William and Elizabeth (Bozorth) Legg

LEIGH, Jane (1814-1898): m'd 1837 HOPPER, John; CA pioneer

LEONARD, Mr. ( - ): involved in the affray with the Indians at The Dalles in Aug. 1847, and killed Thomas Aram in Aug. 1848, leaving soon afterwards for California; possibly the William Leonard who filed a provisional claim 27 Feb. 1848 Lewis County

LEWIS, Martha Damaris (1814-1867): m'd 25 Mar 1832 COLLARD, Felix Alver

LEWIS, Elizabeth Jane (1837-1854); never married; d/o John Harrison Lewis & Ellen Gilliam

LEWIS, Jesse Cosby (1840-1899); m'd 24 Aug 1873 SHAW, Elisabeth Ellen; s/o John Harrison Lewis & Ellen Gilliam

LEWIS, Joe: s/o black and indian parentage; arrived at Whitman mission late in fall of '47; said  he was born in Canada and brought up in Maine in the Penboscot country; had been in Fremont's camp in Mexican War; Catholic; joined the immigrants at Fort Hall;  was much disliked by the immigrants who would not allow him to rejoin them after reaching Whitman mission; employed by Dr. Whitman; said to have stirred up Indians by telling the white man was spreading poison to get rid of them and causing the Whitman Massacre           

LEWIS, John Harrison (1812-1876); m'd 2 Jul 1835 GILLIAM, Ellen

LEWIS, Peter (1827-1893): never married; s/o Mrs. Catherine Lewis and brother of Sarah Mariah Lewis Mattoon, came with Mattoons 1847

LEWIS, Sarah Mariah (1810-1894): m'd 1832 MATTOON, Abel; sister of Peter Lewis, John W. Lewis, and Olive (Lewis) McCord, and related to Benjamin Lewis and William Henry Lewis, some of whom may also have arrived in 1847 but all of whom immigrated to Oregon

LEWIS, William McDowell (1837-1892): m'd WARD, Mary; s/o John Harrison Lewis & Ellen Gilliam

LIGGETT, Alice (1794-1870): m'd 1830 MOSIER, Daniel; daughter of William and Esther (Hays) Liggett

LINES, Elizabeth: m'd 1824 HACKLEMAN, Abner; father came to OR in 1845, returned east to bring his family to OR and died there in 1846; wife and children emigrated in 1847 - I think she did not come until 1851 or 1852

LINGO, James Wesley (1843-1907): m'd 1861 HARPOLE, Elizabeth; believed to have come after 1847

LOCKE, Abraham Nelson "Abram" (1810-1872): m'd 1836 SENNETT, Mildred Harriet; s/o Abraham and Faithful Sharp (Duncan) Locke

LOCKE, Abram Nelson Jr. (1842-1907): m'd 1883 Swindler, Anna Eliza "Annie" (SINNETT); s/o Abram N. Sr. and Harriet (Sennett) Locke

LOCKE, Eleanor Sharp (1798-1870): m'd 1823 BURCH, Samuel; d/o Abraham and Faithful Sharp (Duncan) Locke

LOCKE, Laura Ann (1846-1870): m'd 1867 CAUTHORN, Wilbur Fiske; d/o Abram Sr. and Harriet (Sennett) Locke

LOCKE, Thomas Sharp (1836-1869/70): s/o Abram Sr. and Harriet (Sennett) Locke

LOCKE, William Sennett (1840-1908): m'd 1868 JENKINS, Livonia; s/o Abram Sr. and Harriet (Sennett) Locke

LONG, Amey (c1816-1889): m'd 1841 PARROTT, Lewis Smith

LONG, Edward (1817-1889): m1. 1846/47 WILLS, Martha J.; m2. 1856 Creswell, Avis Maria (POTTER); m3. 1863 CHASE, Mrs. Nancy L.; s/o Matthew and Margaret (Taylor) Long

LONG, Sarah Jane (1847-1929): m'd 1865 PERRY, George Frank; d/o Edward and Martha J. (Wills) Long; b. 26 Dec. 1847 on arrival

LOUDERBACK, Elizabeth Mrs. (1792-1877): m1. LOUDERBACK, unknown; m2. 1822 POWELL, Exum

LOUDERBACK, George W. (1847- ): s/o John and Mary A. (Rose) Louderback

LOUDERBACK, Hiram (1845-1919): m'd 1874 BARRON, Hester Ann; s/o John and Mary A. (Rose) Louderback

LOUDERBACK, John W. (1813-after 1880): m'd 1854 ROSE, Mary Ann; s/o Mrs. Elizabeth Louderback

LOUK, Jefferson John (1829- ): m'd 1848/49 HUCKABEE, Catherine; disappeared c1878

LOVE, Alfred (c1826- ): m'd 1847 WHITE, Fannie Tamer; son-in-law of Rev. Asa White; initially located in Oregon, by 1850 to CA

 LUCAS, Elizabeth Williams "Eliza" (1788-1852): m'd 1808 BURBANK, Thomas

LUELLING/LEWELLING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*10) LUELLING, Albert William (1845-1883): m'd 1874 GARDNER, Mary Eveline; s/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Alfred William (1831-1904): m'd 1851 CAMPBELL, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Asenath Martha (1834-1874): m'd 1850 BOZARTH, John Shaw; d/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Hannah Eleanor (1841-1917): m1. 1857 WOOD, Walter; m2. 1860 BRADBURY, William J.; m3. 1899 HAWES, Col. A. P.; d/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Henderson H. - should be - LUELLING, Henderson William (1809-1878): m1. 1830 PRESNALL, Jane Elizabeth; m2. 1851 GRIMES, Phebe (EDDY); m3. 1855 EDDY, Betsy Ann; m4. c1858 LEE, Mary Ann (WARREN); he brought a specially built wagon or "travelling nursery" in 1847, filled with young trees, seedlings, and shrubs; became well know as horticulturist; instrumental in some of first orchards in Oregon and California, where he is knows as the "Father of the Pacific Fruit Industry"

*10) LUELLING, Jane Harriet (1839-1872): m'd 1853 EDDY, Henry W.; d/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Levi B. (1843-1877): m'd 1874 EATON, Emma; s/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Mary (1833-1850): m'd 1848 MEEK, William; d/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*10) LUELLING, Oregon Columbia (1847-1912): m'd 1879 NORRIS, Emily Jane; s/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling; born soon after arrival on 3 Dec. 1847 near present East Portland on the banks of the Columbia River

*10) LUELLING, Rachael Hattie "Hattie" (1837-1919): m1. 1853 EDDY, Seth William; m2. 1860 WILSON, Henry Charles; d/o Henderson and Elizabeth (Presnall) Luelling

*11) LYMAN, Alba Andrew (1844-1866): s/o [Walter H.? ] and (Jane P. Marsh?) Lyman; grandson of Walter Marsh below; said to be survivor of Whitman Massacre

LYNN, Emily (1829-1868): m'd 1845 MOODY, George Washington; d/o James and Mary (Haun) Lynn; CA pioneer

LYNN, Frances Elizabeth "Fanny" (1840-1936): m'd 1856 MOODY, Barton Stewart; d/o James and Mary (Haun) Lynn; CA pioneer

LYNN, James Capt. (1803-1867): m1. 1828 HAUN, Mary "Polly"; m2. 1859 Truett, Louisa (McCALEB); CA pioneer; led wagon trains to California in 1847, 1850, and 1859

LYNN, James Alonzo (c1833-after 1880): m'd 1859 MOODY, Nancy Olive; s/o James and Mary (Haun) Lynn; CA pioneer

LYNN, Mary Ann (1837-1878): m'd 1856 BROWN, Hugh King; d/o James and Mary (Haun) Lynn; CA pioneer

LYNN, Serelda (1835-1872): m'd 1848 WHISMAN, Andrew; d/o James and Mary (Haun) Lynn; CA pioneer

LYNN, Thomas M. (1844-1894): m'd 1868 MATTHIS, Mary Elizabeth; s/o James and Mary (Haun) Lynn; CA pioneer

LYNZZ, William: mentioned in diary of Dr. Benjamin Cory as having shattered his wrist with an accidental gunshot wound on the Trail; possibly surname was LYNZY or LINDSEY

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