Emigrants To Oregon In 1848
compiled by
Stephenie Flora   2010

The emigration of 1848 was small compared to many of the other years.  Indian Agent Thomas Fitzpatrick, who had left Bent's Fork Feb 27 traveled up the Arkansas River to Pueblo where he stayed until April 18.  He then he moved north to South Platte River.and traveled the South Platte, the main Platte, the Blue and Kansas Rivers to Westport, Missouri..In a letter to Thomas H. Harvey, superintendent of Indian Affairs, Fitzpatrick made note of the emigrants he encountered.  He commented, "Three days after passing the forks of Platte River, we commenced meeting the emigrants for Oregon and California and between that point and West Port met 364 wagons moving along quietly in small parties of from 12 to 30 wagons, some few parties were yet behind which we did not meet....The number of souls which I supposed to be for Oregon, about 1700, that for California, 150.  I have not taken the Mormons into account here, as I know nothing of their movements."

The following article comments on the five main trains, the members in each train, and the trains position on the trail.  It is important to note that a family could travel with several different trains over the course of their journey.  There were numerous reasons for this.  If someone was ill in the family they might hold up for a day and join a train that was coming up behind them.  If another train was moving faster than the one they were in they might move up and join it.  If they were a small party they usually joined another train to travel in Indian territory. For this reason it is recommended to not only look at the train that a family traveled with, but also at the emigration as a whole.  1848 Oregon Trail Reading Recomendations

Captains of 1848 Trains to Oregon

      "Arrival of the Immigration--Our hearts were gladdened on Wednesday afternoon by the arrival of a company of packers from the Immigration, the headmost company of which they left on Grandround river on the 20 ult.  These gentlemen, Messrs. Geo. L. Boone, Jackson co, Mo.; G.J. Baskett, Howard co, Mo.; J.N. Ebey, Schuyler co, Mo.; Rueben Joy, Salem, Iowa; Wm. Bristoe, McDonough co., Ill., inform us that the extent of the immigration for Oregon, as far as their knowledge goes, may be put down at 300 wagons--the same number have gone to California.  There may be other wagons on the road, perhaps in the rear, that they have not heard of, as those that are known to be coming left the settlements in the early part of May.  Joseph L. Meek, our messenger to the U.S. government, arrived at St. Joseph on the 10th of May, and took steamboat on the same day for St. Louis; he would reach Washington about the 25th of May.  Up to the time of the departure of these gentlemen nothing had been done for Oregon.  The "Oregon Battalion," strange to say, were still where they had wintered, at Fort Karney, on Table creek, about 150 miles above St. Joseph.  They had been ordered to be at Grand Island on the 1st of May, to protect the Immigrants.  Maj. Fitzpatrick, Agent for the Pawnee, Chayenne and Arapahoe Indians, was met returning to the settlements with an intention of reporting this neglect of orders.  The commander of the Battalion, Col. Powell, of St. Charles, Mo., was elected to that post by one vote over Andrew Sublette, who holds a Captain's commission in the Battalion.

      The first company, it is supposed, are now between this and the Dalles, the second are a day or two behind the first, and the third are perhaps a day or so in the rear of the second.  The 4th and 5th companies are some distrance from the advance, having been left by the packers on the 31st of July, on Goose creek.  We give below the names, (chiefly the heads of families,) of the Immigrants who constitute these five companies.  Some of the teams are failing, and those who have friends on the road should hasten out to their relief.  We are requested to state that a party will start for this purpose on the 10th inst.  Up to the time of the departure of the packers from the wagons, no trouble had been experienced from the Indians, and the packers saw few or none in coming in; we are apprehensive of difficulty, however, while the wagons are passing through Cayuse country.

      1st Company--John T. Crooks, Saml. T. Jones, Mercer co., Ill.  Wm Brunson (Branson), Sangamon co, Ill.  Ruben Dickens, Warren co., Mo.  Thos. Gates, Dupage co., Ill.  Orrin Kellogg, Dan'l Hathaway, Joseph Kellogg, Wood Co., Ohio.  Robt. Houston, Shelby, O.  Elias D. Wilcox, Nathaniel Wilcox, Ft. Atchison, Iowa.  Ruben Pigg, Ja's Robinson, Lafayette, Mo.  John Stipp, Vermillion, Ill.  Ira Patterson, Madison, Ill.  Rhinehart Cripe, Andrew Bowers, Benj. Cripe, St. Joseph co., Indiana.  Wm. W. King, Knox xo, Mo.  Riley Root, Knox co., Ill.  Ja's Emery, Atchison co, Vt.  Lyman Lautarette, Senecca co., NY.  Dr. D.S. Baker, Wabash co., Ill.

      2d Company--J.G. Ramsey, E. Garther, Scott co., Ill.  Tho's Burbanks, Leonard Williams, Willie Williams, L. Davis, John Davis, Christian Clyne, Cain co., Ill., Tho's Wyatt, Peter D. Cline, Isaac Wyatt, Ind.  Jacob Miller, John Dennis, John McKee, Dan'l Trulinger, Mercer co., Ill.  Richard Hutchinson, Tho's Adams, Porter co., Ill.  Fendal Sutherline, Polk co., Inda.  John and Nathan and Gabriel Trullinger, Levi Grant, Davis co, Ill.  Isaac and Christian Miller, Montgomery co., Ind.  Benj. Cleaver, Jersey Co., Ill.  Isaac Owens, Macoupam co., Ill.  Horace Rice, David Prestly (Presley), Isaac Winkle, Wm. Porter, Mo.  

     3d Company--Isaac (sic- Jesse) and George and C. and H. Belknap, Chapman (Chatman) and David and Jesse Hawley, Abitha and Isaac and Norris Newton, Rev. John Starr, W, Bethers, G. Kittredge, M. Neff, Van Buren co, Io'a.  Andrew and Martin and P. Hagey, Anderson De Haven, Adam Cooper, Wm. Armpriest, Des Moine co, Io'a.  Geo. W. Jackson, (from Oregon in '47), Benj. B. and Andrew Jackson, John Miller, Henry Moody, Peoria co., Ill.  Burrel Griffin (and two others whose first names are not given) Macon co., Mo.  John and Willian and --- and Edgar Lindsay, Pettis co., Mo.  Henry Henninger, Marshal co., Ind.  [This train left VanBuren Co, IA April 10, 1848 led by Jesse Belknap and consisted of the Belknaps, Hawleys, Starrs, Prathers, Bethers, then joined company with Watts, Jacksons and others.  At the Platte River their company was formed, laws made and officers elected.  George Jackson and Joseph Watts were elected as pilots due to their previous overland experience. The train arrived in Oregon the second week in September]

      4th Company--Capt. Greenwood, Des Moines co., Io'a.  Ja's Valentine, Geo. Irvin, Putnam co., Mo.  Clinton Kelley, Ky.  Nathaniel Hamlin, C. Emerick, St. Joseph. Mo.  Samuel Welch, St. Clair co., Ill.  P. Gearheart, Jefferson co., Io'a.  John Moore, Johnson co., Io'a.  J.A. Cloneinger, Colwell co., Mo.  J.C. Lane, Schuyler co., Mo.  P. Hebbert, B. Smith, Tazwell co., Ill.  B. Moore, Rock Island, Ill.

  5th Company--William and Stephen Porter, H.N.V. Holmes, Watt Tucker, J. Lewis, ---Coffey, Pike co., Mo.  John Pervine, Geo. Graham, Morgan co., Ill.,  --- Hooker, Scott co., Ill. W. H. and W. M. Walker, Pike Co, Mo.  Farley Pierce, Pliney Richison, Simon Markham, Knox co., Ill. Daniel Cushman, Fox River, Ill.  ---Ball, St. Charles, Mo. A. Prussel, M. Shelley, Jefferson, Io'a. A.? Holcomb, W.Y (L.). Adams, Knox co., Ill. [Capt. Bolivar Walker. Departed from Peters Creek, MO May 5 and reached Oregon City, Oct. 1, 1848. Many of the members of this train settled near Silverton in Marion County.]   

      Three hundred wagons are said to be on the road to California.  The 2 largest companies, commanded by Capts. Waumbaugh and Chiles.  Col. Fremont is with that portion of the immigration, going again to that country, as we understand, for the purpose of settling some government matters that had been left unadjusted by him." [Oregon Free Press, September 2, 1848]

 

3: Keturah (Penton) Belknap Diary

3: Richard Cheadle Letter

5: 1848 William Porter Diary

5: William Porter Letter Home

5: Purvine-Walker Papers contributed by Vicki Beninga

 

 

Emigrants of 1848

NOTE:  All women are listed by their maiden names, if known, EVEN if they were married at the time of emigration.  Anyone wishing to be listed as a researcher for one of these families is welcome to contact me at the address at the bottom of this page.  All additions and corrections are welcome.  This is an ongoing project and I acknowledge that there may be individuals missing.

5: ADAMS, Helen Elizabeth (1848- ): m'd JOHNSON, John Wesley; d/o William and Frances (Goodell) Adams; born 05 Jan 1848 Knox Co, IL; husband was the first president of the University of Oregon

5: ADAMS, Inez Eugenia (1845-1933):  m. 03 Jul 1863 PARKER, Wilder Webster;  d/o William and Frances (Goodell) Adams; born 05 Oct 1845 Henderson Co, IL and died 22 Apr 1933 Seaside, Clatsop Co, OR

2:  ADAMS, Thomas Perry (1820-1890): m'd 16 Aug 1847 BROADHEAD, Susannah; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Ralston) Adams; born 20 May 1820 Crawford Co, OH and died 09 Jul 1890 Harney Co, OR; father of 6 children (Wilford Eugene Enos, Charles Alfred, John Quincy, Elvira, James Thomas and Irene Isadore)

2: ADAMS, Wilford Eugene Enos (1848-1930): s/o Thomas and Susannah (Broadhead) Adams; born 10 Oct 1848 in Marion Co, OR shortly after arrival and died 23 Dec 1930.

5: ADAMS, William Lysander Dr. (1821-1906):  m'd 25 Aug 1844 GOODELL, Frances Olivia; m2. 22 Oct 1881 MOSIER, Mary Susan; s/o Sebastian and Eunice (Harmon) Adams; born 05 Feb 1821 Painesville, OH and died 26 Apr 1906 Hood River, OR; buried Idlewild Cemetery, Hood River, OR;  teacher and doctor; editor of the Argus Newspaper and was appointed Collector of Customs at the Port of Astoria in 1860 by President Lincoln; father of 8 children by first wife (Inez Eugenia, Helen Elizabeth, William Harmon, Julia Frances, Gaines Melancthon, Arthur Craig, Amy Cecelia and Claribelle M.); and father of 2 children by his second wife (Percival Lysander and Lenore Evelyn)

ADKINSON, Elizabeth: m'd SMITH, John Buford

ALDERMAN, Julia Ann ( - ): m'd 1829 MILLER, Joseph

ALLSOP, James P. C. ( - ):

ANDERSON, Louisa ( - ): m'd MCKINNEY, Stephen

ANDERSON, William Reese (1822- ): m'd 1851 STURGESS, Sarah Jane; s/o Jacob and Lucretia (Killinger) Anderson; third of a family of eleven children; became an employee of the US Government in 1848 and by the end of the year had crossed the plains to Oregon; located first at Portland and in 1855 moved to Clark County, WA where he settled near Hazel Dell and was instrumental in establishing the area; father of 14 children (Frank, Charles H., William R. Jr., Marilia; Edward B., Estella F., Lucretia V., George W., Fannie E., Asa, Minnie J., Nina, Katie A. and Robert E.) [photo contributed by Suze Hammond]

*7: ANDERSON, William Wright: driver for the Charles Miller family; later went on to CA

APLIN, George Chiffman (1824-1889): m'd WAGNER, Marie

3:  ARMPRIEST, George.: had a family and one wagon

ARMPRIEST, William

ARMSTRONG, William ( - ):

AVERY, James Thomas (1843-1867): s/o Benjamin and Lucretia (Ellis) Avery

AVERY, Mary Priscilla (1835-1894): m1. 1849 HUNTLEY, Carsena A. (div 1858); m2. 1861 SAWTELLE, Cheston M.; d/o Benjamin and Lucretia (Ellis) Avery

AVERY, Thomas W. (1833-1867): s/o Benjamin and Lucretia (Ellis) Avery

AVERY, William C. (1837-1875): s/o Benjamin and Lucretia (Ellis) Avery

BACON, Eli G. ( -1896):

BAIRD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BAIRD, Benjamin: father of 16 children; was attacked by a grizzly bear while out hunting. The bear bit off one of his arms, clawed off one side of his face and bit a hole in his chest and side. He made his way to a miner's cabin where he died in a few hours *1

BAIRD, Mary ( - ):


1: BAKER, Dorsey S. Dr. (1823-1888):  m1. TIBBETTS, Caroline; m2. ;  m3. MILLICAN, Elizabeth; was doctor for the train he was in; moved to Umpqua Valley where Dorsey founded the town of Oakland in Douglas Co; moved in 1859 to Walla Walla, WA [photo contributed by Richard Reynolds]

5: BALL, Isaac (1812- ): m'd 1838 HOWLAND, Abigail

BARNES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BARNES, Caleb (1818- ):

BARNES, George A. (1821-1912): m1. 1842 KENDLE, Mary A. ; m2. 1897 BETHEL, Eliza S. Mrs.  ; m3. 1906 PRIDHAM, Grace S.; s/o Nelson Barnes; father was a contractor working on the Erie Canal; at age 13 George became a clerk apprentice in a general merchandise store; 1837 moved with family to IN; worked as a clerk for a time in IN and then became associated with the fur company of Ewing Chute & Co; 1842 married first wife; 1848 emigrated with his wife to OR where he wintered before going to CA in the spring of 1849; in Nov 1849 took passage and returned to IN where he outfitted wagons and headed west a second time bringing with him all of his father's family; arrived in Portland in August 1850 and proceeded to open a general store; Feb 1852 moved to Olympia, WA where he again opened a store, started the first bank at Puget Sound and became mayor of Olympia; remained in that area remainder of life; was active in civic affairs; had no children

BASKETT, George Johnston (1818-1883): m'd 08 Sep 1850 BRISTOW, Catherine Sims; s/o William and Susan (Phillips) Baskett; George Baskett was born 25 Feb 1818 in Shelby Co, KY.returned east to purchase hores and returned again in 1853 ; George and Catherine were the parents of eight children including (Susan Ethel, William Aurelius, Louise Catherine, Margaret Josephine, Francis Frederika, Etna Pauline, Jessie Shelby andGeorge Lafayette Lee)  

BAUER, Andreas [Andrew] (1810-1884): m'd 1837 SMELTZER, Theresa

BAUER, Child #1 ( - ):

BAYLEY, Thomas Hart ( - ):

3: BELKNAP, Rev. Corrington Gavitt . (1830-1906): m1. 11 Oct 1853 YORK, Ann Aletha (1833-1880); m2. c1882 SUMNER, Mary Josephine; s/o Jesse and Jane (Garlinghouse) Belknap; born 29 Aug 1830 Licking Co, OH and died 09 Sep 1906 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA; buried Santa Barbara Cemetery, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co, CA; father of 5 known children by his first wife (Mary Emma, Clara Cordelia, Rosa Aletha, Cora and Charles Carroll); father of 2 children by his second wife (Frederick and James Corrington); was a Methodist minister who served various areas of Oregon and Washington before spending his later years in California.

3: BELKNAP, George (1817-1897): m'd 03 Oct 1839 PENTON, Keturah; s/o Jesse and Jane (Garlinghouse) Belknap; born 30 Aug 1817 Hardin Co, KY and died 16 Sep 1897 Benton Co, OR; buried Alpine Cemetery, Alpine, Benton Co, OR; father of 11 children (Hannah, John, Jesse Walker, Martha, Lorenzo Gilbert, Henry Clay, Millard Fillmore, Lucina Emeline, Lovina Jane, Infant son and George Simpson) 

3: BELKNAP, Jesse (1792-1881): m'd  20 Feb 1812 GARLINGHOUSE, Jane; s/o Jonas Newton and Esther (Parker) Belknap; born 26 Jan 1792 Cherry Valley, NY; settled in Benton County, OR where he remained until his death on 19 Nov 1881; father of 7 children (Keziah, Hannah, George, Ransom Amos, Talitha Cumi, Corrington Gavitt and Harley Augustus); some of his children emigrated to OR in 1847

3: BELKNAP, Jesse Walker (1844-1871): m'd c1868 MANN, Florence A.; s/o George and Keturah (Penton) Belknap; born 23 Dec 1844 VanBuren Co, IA and died 18 Dec 1871 Benton Co, OR; buried Alpine Cemetery, Alpine, Benton Co, OR

3: BELKNAP, Lorenzo Gilbert (1848-1926): s/o George and Keturah (Penton) Belknap; born 10 Aug 1848 on the trail in the Vale, Oregon area and died 28 Feb 1926

BENNETT, Levi (1834- ): m'd STEPHENS, Mary M.

BENSON, Charles (1815-1902): m'd 1849 RUDOLPH, Catherine Elizabeth

3: BETHERS, George W. ( - ):

3: BETHERS, Melissa: d/o George W. Bethers

3: BETHERS, Simon; s/o George W. Bethers

BILES, John D. (1830- ):

BLACK, Sarah (1804- ): m'd 1836 TUCKER, Samuel

5: BLACKERBY, Joseph Monroe Dr. (1806-1878): m'd 1834 COFFEY, Cassandra

5: BLACKERBY, Sidney G. ( - ): m'd WILCOX, Margaret

6:: BLAIN, Leighton E. (1842 - ): m'd 1865 MILLER, Mary; s/o Wilson and Elizabeth Blain

6:: BLAIN, Mary (1844- ): m'd 1862 MARKS, James M.; d/o Wilson and Elizabeth Blain

6:: BLAIN, Robert (1848- ): s/o Wilson and Elizabeth (Wilson) Blain; ordained as minister in 1838 and came to Oregon as a missionary in 1848 for the Associated Reformed Church of the Presbyterian faith; settled first at Linn City; active in public affairs, 1849-1850 was territorial printer; member of first territorial legislature; founder of Union Point

6:: BLAIN, Wilson (1813 -1861): m'd WILSON, Elizabeth

BOONE, George Luther (1826- ): m'd 1852 [], Mournew Ann; s/o Alphonso Boone; in 1845 he was with fur company stationed at a traders post, Fort Pueblo, at the head of the Arkansas River; spent the next several years in Mexico, Texas, and CA; settled in Benton Co; sold claim in 1865; MSS #1508 5pp

1: BOWERS, Andrew:

BOWERS, Benton ( - ):

1: BOWERS, William:

BOWMAN, Amanda ( - ): m'd HEMBREE, Houston

BOWMAN, Amanda: m'd KELLOGG, [ ]

5:: BOWMAN, William:

BOYD, John Nixon (1814-1888):  m1. 21 Aug 1833 GOODNOW, Lavina Amelia; m2. [   ], Laverne Frances; John was born 20 Feb 1814 Cooper Co, MO; s/o Robert and Nancy Ann (Wagner) Boyd; brother, Robert Berry Boyd came to OR in 1844; it appears his other siblings remained east; John died 25 Mar 1888 Lane Co, OR; father of 7 children (Sarah Ann Harriet, John R., Nancy E., Joshua C., Martha J., Lavina Frances and George Thomas)

BRADSHAW, Joseph ( - ):

BRADY, Temperance: m'd SCOTT, [ ]

BRAGG, Martha ( -1865): m'd WINKLE, Isaac

BRANDON, Ruth Jane (1820-1899): m'd 1843 SHELLEY, Harrison

1: BRANSON, Benjamin Burden (1830- ): m'd 1854 DICKEY, Eliza E.

1: BRANSON, William (1791- ): m'd , Martha

BREYMAN, Werner ( - ): m'd WATT, Isabella

BRISTOW FAMILY RESEARCHER:       Bristow-Gabbert Family Page

5:: BRISTOW, Abel King (1819- ): m'd 1843 [], Almira K.; s/o Elijah and Susan (Gabbert) Bristow; settled Lane Co; father emigrated to CA in 1845; 1846 to Oregon

5:: BRISTOW, Almira K. ( - ): m'd 1843 BRISTOW, Abel King

5:: BRISTOW, Catherine Sims (1828- ): m'd 1852 BASKETT, George J.; d/o Elijah and Susan (Gabbert) Bristow

5:: BRISTOW, Elijah L. (1832- ): s/o Elijah and Susan (Gabbert) Bristow

5:: BRISTOW, Elizabeth ( -1877): m'd HENDRICKS, James

5:: BRISTOW, Polly (1820- ): m'd 1839 CALLISON, Robert

5:: BRISTOW, William Wilshire (1826-1874): m'd 1850 COFFEY, Elizabeth; s/o Elijah and Susan (Gabbert) Bristow; settled Lane Co

2: BROADHEAD, Susannah (1833-1863): m'd 16 Aug 1847 ADAMS, Thomas Perry; d/o John Broadhead and Ann Clarissa Gurley; born 03 Aug 1833 LaPorte Co, IN and died 26 Dec 1863 Santa Clara Co, CA; mother of 6 children (Wilford Eugene Enos, Charles Alfred, John Quincy, Elvira, James Thomas and Irene Isadore)

BROWN, Damask Constance (1846-1919): m'd 1864 LEMLEY, Horatio G. P.

BROWN, Eveline: m'd ODEN, [   ]

BROWN, John (1806-1872): m'd 1831 RICHARDSON, Nancy

BROWN, Lucy (1836-1904): m'd 1858 HAYES, Richard Burke

BROWN, Mary (1805-1851): m'd 1827 HOUSTON, Robert; settled with family in Linn Co; buried in Houston Cemetery aka East Albany Cemetery ;     1847 emigrant??

BROWN, Melburn C. (1840-1905): m'd 1863 EDY, Mickey Ann

BROWN, Polly Ann (1838-1891): m'd NIXON, William

BROWN, Sarah (1832-1896): m'd 1850 JENKINS, Stephen Rev.

BROWN, Simpson (1834-1872): m'd 1855 CHILDERS, Victoria

BROWN, Sophia (1844-1892): m'd 1862 HAYES, James A.

2: BURBANKS, Thomas:

BURNS, Aumers ( - ):

BURNS, Catherine ( - ):

BURNS, Daniel ( - ):

BURNS, David (1835- ): m'd 01 Jan 1865 TETHEROW, Martha J.

BURNS, James ( - ):

BURNS, Jane ( - ):

BURNS, John ( - ):

BURNS, John (1833- ): m'd 1853 HICKLIN , Susan; m2. 30 Oct 1878 CHRICHTON, Cornelia

BURNS, Margaret ( - ):

BURNS, Rachel Meritts ( - ): m'd SMITH, Benjamin

BURNS, Robert ( - ):

BURNS, Sophia ( - ):

BURNS, William (1800- ): m'd 1827 FORD, Rachel

BURNS, William (1840- ): m'd 1866 JOHNSON, Drusilla M.

BURROWS, Rufus (1834- ):

BUSHELL, Estella (1818- ): m'd 1844 KELLOGG, Joseph

CALLISON, Josiah T. ( - ):

CALLISON, Lucetta ( - ): m'd BAUGHMAN, W. H.

CALLISON, Robert (1818- ): m'd 1839 BRISTOW, Mary Ann "Polly"

CANNON, Lewis W. (1826- ): m'd 1845 , Mary

CATLIN, John Judge ( - ):

3: CHAMBERLAIN, Aaron: m'd 1844 CHEADLE, Adeline M.; originally emigranted in 1844

5: CHAPMAN, Caleb P. (1810- ): m'd 1842 SMITH, Elizabeth

CHEADLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
3: CHEADLE, Adeline (1825- ): m'd 09 Nov 1843 CHAMBERLAIN, Aaron; d/o Richmond and Mary (Keyes) Cheadle

3. CHEADLE, Marietta (1839-1905): m'd 22 Jul 1858 WHEELER, Alfred F.; d/o Richmond and Mary (Keyes) Cheadle

3: CHEADLE, Richmond B.  (1801-1875): m'd 29 Jan 1824 KEYES, Mary H.

3: CHEADLE, Richard (1830- ): m'd 1851 LEE, Louisa Lodema.; s/o Richmond and Mary (Keyes) Cheadle; settled donation land claim in Linn Co

3: CHEADLE, Sarah Elizabeth (1828- ): m'd 17 Oct 1848 THOMPSON, Lewis Rev.; d/o Richmond and Mary (Keyes) Cheadle

5:: CLARK, Thomas ( - ):

CLAYTON, Maria Willis (1804-1863): m'd GRIFFITH, Chisholm

CLEAVER  FAMILY RESEARCHER:
2: CLEAVER, Benjamin (1803-1892): m'd 1824 TOMPKINS, Rachel; MSS #1508 22pp

2: CLEAVER, Delilah Ann (1831-1892): m'd 1848 EASTHAM, William

2: CLEAVER, Maria Jane (1825- ): m'd 1844 FARROW, Stephen

2: CLINE, Christian:

CLINE, Jemima ( -1857): m'd 1818 CLINE, Peter D.

2: CLINE, Peter D. (1797-1860): m'd 1818 , Jemima

4: CLOVINGER/CLONINGER, David Andrew ( - ): m'd , Susan Rebecca

4: CLONINGER, J.A.:

4: CLOVINGER, Susan Rebecca ( - ): m'd 1845 CLOVINGER, David Andrew

CLYMER, Lucinda: m'd TUCKER, [   ]

CODDINGTON, Mary A. (1806-1892): m'd 1832 MILLER, Christian

5: COFFEY, Cassandra (1811-1885): m'd 1834 BLACKERBY, Joseph Monroe

5: COFFEY, Catherine Jane (1822-1850): m'd 1844 PORTER, Stephen

5: COFFEY, Denton D. (1832-1851):

5: COFFEY, Germain I. (1827-1874): m'd 1856 SMITH, Margaret

5: COFFEY, Martha "Patsy" (1813-1903): m'd 1849 PORTER, William

5: COFFEY, Nebuzardan (1791-1867): m'd 1810 EASLEY, Elizabeth

5: COFFEY, Sarah (1820-1848): m'd 1840 PORTER, William M.

CONSER, Jacob (1819-1893): m'd GUNSAULES, Nancy

CONSER, John Andrew:

CONSER, Manuel Gunsaules (1839- ): m'd HUNSAKER, Ellen

CONSER, Phoebe Catherine (1845- ): m'd WATSON, A. J. S.

3: COOPER, Adam:

CORCORAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CORCORAN, Thomas: cut off for CA; traveled with Cornwalls and Kelloggs part of the way

CORNWALL, Arthur:

CORNWALL, Pierre Barlow ( - ): cut off for California

COSTELLO, James (1839-1855): m'd COSGROVE, Mary

COUCH, Reuben (1830- ): m'd 1854 , Sophia F.

COX FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COX, Benjamin ( - ):

COX, Harriet (1824-1862): m'd COX, Samuel Stanfield

COX, John ( - ):

COX, Julatha Ann ( - ):

COX, Mary C. ( - ):

COX, Samuel Stanfield (1819-1900): m'd 1842 COX, Harriet

COX, Solomon ( - ):

COX, William N. ( - ):

CRAIN, Mariah Maldon ( - ): m'd KELLY, Clinton Rev.

1: CRIPE, Benjamin:

1: CRIPE, Rhinehart:

CROOKS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
1: CROOKS, Aaron Harlan (1837- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

1: CROOKS, Abraham Warford (1844- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

1: CROOKS, Barton William (1834- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

1: CROOKS, James Andrew (1835-1839): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks; died prior to emigration

1: CROOKS, John Thomas (1841- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

1: CROOKS, John Turley (1807-1896): m'd 1813 EVERMAN, Demercy; s/o James Crooks

1: CROOKS, Joseph Henry (1843- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

1: CROOKS, Mary Jane (1848- ): d/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks; born shortly after arrival

1: CROOKS, Richard Harrison (1837- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

1: CROOKS, Samuel Thomas (1846- ): s/o John and Demercy (Everman) Crooks

5: CUSHMAN, Daniel (1818- ): m'd 1851 , Ottilea

2: DAVIS, John T. (1830- ): m'd 1851 CARMACK, Odessa

2: DAVIS, L.:

DEHART, Diana ( - ): m'd ROBERTS, Henry

3: DEHAVEN, Anderson (1821- ): m'd 1845 , Polly

3: DEHAVEN, Polly ( - ): m'd 1845 DEHAVEN, Anderson

2: DENNIS, John:

1: DICKENS, J. Ella (1837- ):

1: DICKENS, Jehu (1826- ):

1: DICKENS, Jeremiah (1823- ): m'd 1847 , Leah Parmelia

1: DICKENS, Jesse (1832- ):

1: DICKENS, John (1826- ): m'd 1853 , Susanna

1: DICKENS, Jordan (1834- ):

1: DICKENS, Joshua (1828- ):

1: DICKENS, Julia Ann "Annie" (1830-1910): m'd PATTON, William Thomas

1: DICKENS, Reuben Rev. (1797-1878): m'd 1822 PHILLIPS, Nancy

2: DOAK, Nancy: m'd MILLER, Jacob L.

DONACA, Catherine L. (1842- ): m'd 1859 HUTTON, Benjamin

DONACA, Charles H. (1840-1924): m'd 1864 COY, Nancy Mildred

DONACA, Thomas (1818-1852): m'd 1839 RUDOLPH, Hester

EASLEY, Elizabeth (1791-1880): m'd COFFEY, Nebuzardan

5:: EASTHAM, William French (1823-1901): m'd 1848 CLEAVER, Delilah Ann

EBEE, Col.? ( - ):

EGGIMAN, Francis:

ELDER, Joshua (1820-1891):

ELLIS, Lucretia (1806-1887) m1. AVERY, Benjamin Green; m2. 1846 STIPP, John

EMRICK/EMERICK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
4: EMERICK, Christian: m'd [], Mary Catherine

EMERICK, Solomon: emigrant of 1843; returned east and emigrated again with Watt party in 1848

1: EMERY, James (1823- ):

FAILING, Helen Marie ( - ):

FAILING, William ( - ):

5:: FARROW, Stephen French (1815-1885): m'd 1844 CLEAVER, Maria Jane

5:: FARROW, Virginia (1848-1863): m'd NEVER MARRIED,

FERGUSON, Mary ( - ): m'd WALKER,

FIELDS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FIELDS, Ambrose (1792-1872): m'd NOWER, Ann; family emigrated in 1852; no indication whether Ambrose returned east to accompany them

FISHER, Mary ( - ): m'd PETREE, John

FORD, Rachel ( - ): m'd 1827 BURNS, William

FORSYTHE, James B. ( - ): m'd WATSON, Margaret

5:: FULLER, James M. (1831- ):

5:: FULLER, John M.:

FULLER, Nahyr ( - ):

GABBERT, Susan ( - ): m'd 1811 BRISTOW, Elijah

GARLINGHOUSE, Jane (1795-1876): m'd20 Feb 1812 BELKNAP, Jesse; d/o James Elijah and Eleanor (Hunt) Garlinghouse; mother  of 7 children (Keziah, Hannah, George, Ransom Amos, Talitha Cumi, Corrington Gavitt and Harley Augustus); some of her children emigrated to OR in 1847

GARLINGHOUSE, Rachel (1806- ): m'd NEWTON, Abiathar

5:: GARRETT, John D. (1810-1880): m'd 1836 STARK, Eunice

5:: GARRETT, Martha A. E. (1848-1863):

2: GARTHER, E:

1: GATES, Alonzo (1827-1872): m'd 1851 , Hanna Maria

1: GATES, Thomas:

GEARHART, Margaret ( - ): m'd 1836 GEARHART, Philip

4: GEARHART, Philip (1810- ): m'd 1836 , Margaret

GEER, Elizabeth ( - ):

GEER, Mr. ( - ):

GIBSON, Jane Lucinda ( - ): m'd HISE, John B.

5:: GOODELL, Frances Olivia (1821-1880): m'd 25 Aug 1844 ADAMS, William Lysander; d/o Abel and Eunice (Harmon) Goodell; born 05 Oct 1821 Harmony, Somerset Co, ME and died 23 Jun 1880; mother of 8 children (Inez Eugenia, Helen Elizabeth, William Harmon, Julia Frances, Gaines Melancthon, Arthur Craig, Amy Cecelia and Claribelle M.)

GOODELL, Warren N. (1809- ): m'd bef 1855 Harriet WINGFIELD (1822-  ) who arrived in 1843

5: GRAHAM, George (1822- ): m'd 1846 LARKINS Silome

GRAHAM, James K. (1847- ):

2: GRANT, Levi:

4: GREENWOOD, Eliza (1835- ): m'd SMITH, Harvey

4: GREENWOOD, John W. (1838- ): m'd , Mary E.

4: GREENWOOD, Mary ( - ): m'd CLINE, Lewis

4: GREENWOOD, Olive A. (1843-1911): m'd 1865 NEWSOM, John William

4: GREENWOOD, William (1806-1869): m'd 1828 , Elizabeth Jane

4:  GREENWOOD, William (1838- ):

GRIFFIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
3: GRIFFIN, Burrel Bell (1808-1881): m'd 1829 THROCKMORTON, Sarah "Sally" (1808-1885);
Burrel Griffin & Sally Throckmorton had a son, Amos Campbell, born & died in 1836 in Macon County, MO.  Three children born after their arrival in Oregon: (Lafayette Monroe Griffin, b. 1849, d. 1915 m. twice -- Sarah E Rash b/4 1876 & Jennie Alvira Bown 1886.  Sarah b. about 1856, d. 1882, Jennie b. 1861, d. 1941; Josephine Griffin, b.1851, d. 1926, m. James L Wilson 1889.  James Wilson b.1856, d. 1922;  and John Bell Griffin b.1853, d. 1939, m. Bernetta "Nettie" Naylor 1878.  Bernetta b. 1858, d. 1936.)  Burrel & Sally arrived in Linn County on Sep 19, 1848 and put down roots.  However, in 1849 Burrel succumbed to the lure of gold to be found in California, and with oldest son, William, made a trek to the gold fields.  As he passed through the Rogue Valley, he fell in love with the place, and in 1852 again packed up his family and moved to Jackson County.  He was wounded twice during the Indian War of 1853.  Their home was burned by the Indians during an uprising in 1855.  Burrel served as Jackson County Commissioner in 1853, and was instrumental in establishing the first school in 1854.  The log building was burned by the Indians in 1857.  In 1858, Burrel served as Jackson County Coroner, and is mentioned in an article about the murder of Dr. David Sisson.  His name graces several land marks in Jackson County:  Griffin Road, Griffin Creek, Griffin School, and, of course, Griffin Cemetery where Burrel & Sally and many members of their family are buried. 

 3: GRIFFIN, Burrel Willis (1840-1905): m'd PARRISH, Abbie (1853-1875); Burrel Willis Griffin & Abbie Parrish were married in 1869.  After her death he married Margaret Ann Courtney in 1876.  Margaret b. 1859, d. 1942

GRIFFIN, James Taylor (1846-1927): James Taylor Griffin drove stage out of Boise, Idaho and never married.

GRIFFIN, Jeanette Ann (1844-1924): m'd 1863 REDPATH, David (1825-1873); Jeanette Ann Griffin (after the death of David Redpath) married John B Montgomery in 1878.  John b. 1831, d. 1910.  John was a stage coach driver between Medford & Portland, and is the subject of a story about the "biggest stage coach robbery in history", published in 1955. 

GRIFFIN, Joseph Franklin (1831-1906): m'd 1865 HOWARD, Elizabeth Boyd (1840-1911); Joseph Griffin became an influential land owner in the Wood River Valley of Idaho, and served one term in the Idaho Territorial Legislature.

GRIFFIN, Louisa Meyers (1833-1918): m'd 1856 HAILEY, John (1835-1921); Louisa's husband, John Hailey, also fought the Indians in Jackson County, this time in 1855 and 1856.  He was very prominent in the early history of Idaho, having owned and operated several large stage and pack trains that served eastern Idaho & Oregon.  Among other accomplishments, he represented the Idaho Territory in Congress 1873 - 1875 and again in 1885 - 1887, and was warden of the Idaho State Prison 1899 - 1901.

 GRIFFIN, Lydia Margaritte (1837-1871): m'd 1851 MILLER, John Stanton (1824-1912)

GRIFFIN, Sally Wesley (1842- ): m'd 1859 ARMSTRONG, John W. (1833- )

GRIFFIN, William Marion (1830-1901): m'd 1857 HAMLIN, Mary Ann (1841-1932)

GRIFFITH, Chisholm:

GRIFFITH, John C.:

GRIFFITH, Thomas:

GRIMES, Catherine:m'd HAGEY, Andrew Jackson

GUNSAULES, Nancy (1822-1879): m'd CONSER, Jacob

GUTHRIE, Mr. ( -1848):

3: HAGEY, Adam Wesley (1847-1926): m'd 03 Nov 1867 DILLEY, Julia Ann; s/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born 21 Sep 1847 and died 26 Jan 1926; buried Multnomah Park Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of 4 children (Clara, Catherine, Martha and Thomas)

3: HAGEY, Amanda Jane (1834-1851): m'd 05 Dec 1850 SMITH, Titus; d/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born 1834 and died 17 Oct 1851

3: HAGEY, Andrew Jackson (1838- ): m'd. 17 May 1860 HALL, Martha M.; s/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born Aug 1838 Burlington, Des Moines Co, IA; resided in Marion County until after wife's death in 1885 when he moved to WA to live with his daughter at Spokane; father of 6 children (Catherine A., E. Grant, Annie E., Willis A., Ella Pearl and Amy M.)

3: HAGEY, Andrew Jackson (1800-1851): m'd 09 Jul 1818 GRIMES, Catherine; s/o John and Sybila (Myers) Hagey; born 1800 Davidson Co, NY and died 26 Apr 1851 Marion Co, OR; father of 11 children (Mary, Mathias, Levi, Polly, Peter H., Amanda Jane, Sarah Catherine,  Andrew Jackson, Samuel Ransom, John Milton and Adam Wesley); several of his older children had emigrated in 1845 and 1847

3: HAGEY, John Milton (1844-1914): m'd 25 Apr 1865 HARPOLE, Nancy Emeline; s/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born 15 Mar 1845 and died 04 Feb 1914

3. HAGEY, Matthias (1822- ): m'd 1845 DEHAVEN, Sarah

3: HAGEY, Peter H. (1829-1905): m1. 04 Feb 1858 HALL, Eliza M.; m2. 19 Jul 1877 WILSON, Mariam F. (KIMBERLIN); s/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born Nov 1829 Putnam Co, IN and died 17 May 1905 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR after being hit by motor vehicle; buried Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery, Hillsboro, Washington Co, OR; father of 5 children by first wife (Delphia, Ernest Grover, Clara, Amanda and Mary E.); father of 3 children by second wife (Christena, Christopher D. and John C.)

3: HAGEY, Samuel Ransom (1841-1911): m1. 01 Jun 1865 DILLEY, Susan Sophia; m2. 19 Oct 1873 DILLEY, Mary Ann; s/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born 28 Jul 1842 and died 1911

3: HAGEY, Sarah Catherine (1836-1913): m'd 04 Sep 1851 GILLIAM, Mitchell Porter; d/o Andrew and Catherine (Grimes) Hagey; born 23 Apr 1836 and died 13 Nov 1913

5:: HALE, Calvin T.: drove wagon for Bristow family, after arrival went to CA with William Bristow, later returned to IL where he was married; returned to Oregon in 1852 of Capt. of a train including family and friends

4: HAMLIN, Nathaniel (1809- ): m'd 1829 , Nancy Ann

HANNA, Stewart (1798- ): m'd 1842 , Mary Jane

1: HATHAWAY, Daniel ( - ):

HATHAWAY, Sylvester ( - ): m'd KELLOGG, Charlotte

HAWLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
3: HAWLEY, David (1828-1913): m 'd FREEL, Martha Elan; s/o Henry and Keziah (Belknap) Hawley

3: HAWLEY, Henry Chatman (1802-1857): m'd 24 Aug 1827 BELKNAP, Keziah; born 13 Nov 1802 and died 02 Dec 1857 Benton Co, OR; buried Alpine Cemetery, Alpine, Benton Co, OR 

3: HAWLEY, Jesse (1832-1897): m'd 22 Mar 1855 STARR, Elizabeth Ann; s/o Henry and Keziah (Belknap) Hawley; born 13 Nov 1832 Licking Co, OH and died 04 Oct 1897 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; buried Alpine Cemetery, Alpine, Benton Co, OR 

3: HAWLEY, Sarah Jane (1843-1915): m'd RYCRAFT, Squire Little; d/o Henry and Keziah (Belknap) Hawley; born 14 Jun 1843 VanBuren Co, IA and died 04 Aug 1915 Alsea, Benton Co, OR;

3: HAWLEY, Sewell Ransom  (1838-1896): m 'd NOBLE, Emma Amelia; s/o Henry and Keziah (Belknap) Hawley; born 02 Feb 1838 Licking Co, OH and died 01 Jun 1896 Benton Co, OR; buried Alpine Cemetery, Alpine, Benton Co, OR 

HAYTER, Mary ( - ): m'd WHITEAKER, Benjamin

HAZLETON, Mary J. ( -1866): m'd 1861 HENDRICKS, Thomas G.

4: HEBBERT, P:

HENDRICKS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HENDRICKS, Albert M. ( - ):

HENDRICKS, Benjamin F. ( - ):


5:: HENDRICKS, Caswell: m'd DAVIS, Hannah Ann; settled Lane Co.;
[photo contributed by Andrea Adrian Healy; also see Hendricks Ferry in Photo Gallery]

 

HENDRICKS, Columbus C. ( - ):

HENDRICKS, Elijah B. ( - ):

HENDRICKS, James ( -1876): m'd BRISTOW, Elizabeth

HENDRICKS, James M. ( - ):

HENDRICKS, Lafayette ( - ):

HENDRICKS, Olive E. ( - ): m'd CLOSE, F. P.

HENDRICKS, Sarah A. ( - ): m'd SKAGGS, J. W.

HENDRICKS, Susan J. ( - ): m'd WINTER, John A.

HENDRICKS, Thomas G. (1848- ):

5:: HENDRICKS, William: settled in Lane Co.

HENDRICKSON, John: m'd BURROUGHS, Margaret

HENDRICKSON, Lemuel (1827- ): m'd 1853 DOANE, Sarah Ann; s/o John and Margaret (Burroughs) Hendrickson; settled in Multnomah Co on what was then Swan Island until his home burned in 1858; by 1873 they were living in Washington Territory; by 1880 they were back in Multnomah county living on Sauvie's Island; in 1885 they were again found in Cowlitz Co, Washington Territory;  when some of their children moved to Idaho they followed, both Lemuel and Sarah are buried in Lewiston, ID.

3: HENNINGER, Henry:

HIBBARD, Martha: m'd HOLDRIDGE, Francis

HINES, Thomas Madison (1819- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Mary

HINTON, Clarissa: m'd MANNING, [   ]

HINTON, Clayton Burke ( - ):

HISE, John B. ( - ): m'd GIBSON, Jane Lucinda

HITCHCOCK, Rufus ( - ):

5: HOLCOMB, Almond B. ( - ):

6:: HOLDRIDGE, Francis: had a family and one wagon; was a member of the Peoria Brass Band, had brought his instrument with him and frequently played for the enjoyment of the train

5: HOLMES, Alexander Monroe (1844- ): m'd 04 Jul 1865 Mary Almira Frizzell; s/o Horatio and Frances Holmes; born Nov. 1, 1843 in Pike CO, ILL.and died Dec. 5, 1918 near Sublimity, Marion Co. Ore.  He married Mary Almira Frizzell in Polk County, Ore. July 4, 1865 at the home of her mother Mrs. Lilly Porter Frizzell.  Lilly Frizzel and Nancy Holmes were first cousins. Mary Almina Frizzell was born Feb.10, 1846 near Springfield,  Green Co., MO. and had gone to Oregon with her parents in 1852. Her father Reese Porter Frizzell, died enroute to Oregon.  Alexander Holmes was a lad of five years of age when he "crossed the plains" in a covered wagon with his parents.  He was educated in the public schools of Polk County and completed his studies at Bethany College. When he was a young man he bought 400 acres in Polk County and engaged in grain farming for many years. He worked the land until he was past seventy years and finally sold his farm in 1917 and moved to his daughter's ( Joseph Downing) home.  Alexander and his wife are both buried in City View Cemetery. Alexander was the father of  8 children.  

5: HOLMES, David Jackson (1839-1915): m'd 1866 LEWIS, Mary Ellen; s/o Horatio and Frances Holmes; born July 1, 1839 in Pike Co. ILL and died Nov. 1, 1915 at Salem. Marion Co. Ore.; He married Dec. 16, 1866 to Mary Ellen Lewis d/o John H. and Ellen (Gilliam) Lewis. She was born Sept. 2, 1848, near Salem, Ore. and died April 19, 1930. Both are buried at City View Cemetery. David Jackson Holmes, a boy of nine, crossed the plains with his parents in 1848. He attended public schools and old Oregon Institute at Salem, after which he taught in Polk County for several years. He then took up the management of the home farm where he remained until 1880 when he sold out his interests there and went to Wasco County. He took up sheep ranching there for about ten years. In 1889 he lost several thousand sheep which were snowed under in a heavy blizzard. Soon after this, he returned to Salem until his death. His widow made her home with their daughter, Stella Fontaine, in Baker, Ore. David was the father of four children (Webster, Frank, Estella and Eleanor L.)

5: HOLMES, Horatio Nelson Viscount (1813-1885): m'd 27 Sep 1837 PORTER, Nancy; s/o Alexander Holmes and Jane MaCaw Holmes; born July 24th, 1813 in Wythe Co. VA.and died 26 Mar 1885 Salem, Marion Co, OR; buried in City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

5: HOLMES, John Porter (1846-1928): m'd 15 Jul 1877 JOHNSON, Catherine "Kate"; s/o Horatio and Frances Holmes; John was born July 24, 1846 in Pike Co., ILL and died Sept. 12, 1928 in Washington Co., OR; He married Catherine Paul Johnson (Katie) on July 15, 1877 in Salem, Ore. She was the daughter of Paul Johnson.  She was born Sept., 1858 in Washington Co. Ore and died Dec. 21, 1927 in Lincoln Co. Ore. Both are buried in City View Cemetery. John was the father of 2 children.

5: HOLMES, Nancy Jane (1841-1862): Never married; d/o Horatio and Frances Holmes;  born March 27, 1841 and died May 12, 1862

5: HOOKER, Cyrus A. ( - ):

5: HOOKER, Cyrenus C.

5: HOOKER, D. D. (1826- ): m'd 1861 LEWIS, Annie N.

5: HOOKER, Demetrius:

5: HOOKER, Eliza:

5: HOOKER, Ira A. (1781- ): m'd 1807 , Sarah

5: HOOKER, Permenus P. (1816- ): m'd 1847 , Charlotte Jane

HOUSTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
1: HOUSTON, James Brown (1834-1904): m'd 1866 BROWN, Caroline Carena; s/o Robert and Mary (Brown) Houston; member of First Mounted Oregon Volunteers in 1855 and 1856 Yakima Indian Wars; after death of his wife he moved to Council, ID where he died and is buried

1: HOUSTON, Melissa (1838- ): m'd 1860 CUNNINGHAM, H.A.; d/o Robert and Mary (Brown) Houston

1: HOUSTON, Milton (1830-1887): m'd 1859 NICKERSON, Valinda; s/o Robert and Mary (Brown) Houston

1: HOUSTON, Newton (1828-1904): m'd 1854 PARRISH, Louisa; s/o Robert and Mary (Brown) Houston

1: HOUSTON, Robert (1793-1876): m'd 1827 BROWN, Mary; the family crossed the Barlow Road and continued on to settle in Linn Co; Robert served as Justice of the Peace in both OH and OR;  was also a school board member for years

1: HOUSTON, Robert Jr. (1844-1851): s/o Robert and Mary (Brown) Houston; buried in Houston Cemetery, Albany, OR

1: HOUSTON, Thomas Benton (1842-1901): m'd 1874 KINZER, Armilda; s/o Robert and Mary (Brown) Houston; died in Council, Washington Co, ID

HOWLAND, Abigail ( - ): m'd BALL, Isaac

HUNSAKER, Daniel ( - ):

HUNSAKER, Harrison King (1838-1917): m'd 1806 JONES, Susannah

2: HUTCHISON, Richard:

HYDE, Aaron J. (1820-1857): m'd 1849 , Rachel

4: IRVIN, George ( - ):

3:  JACKSON, Andrew: three brothers from IL joined train

3:  JACKSON,Benjamin: three brothers from IL joined train

3: JACKSON, George:  three brothers from IL joined train (returning to OR)

3: JACKSON, Ulysses (1824- ): m'd 1851 , Lucinda

JEFFERSON, Delos (1824- ): m'd APPERSON, Matilda; also appears he may have been an emigrant of 1850

JENKINS, Sarah Mrs.:

JESSEE, David M. (1822- ): m'd 1850 , Sarah Jane

JOHNSON, Elizabeth Amanda (1805-1886): m'd 1823 TRULLINGER, Daniel; d/o Archibald Johnson; mother of 10 children; died at Roseburg, Douglas Co

JOHNSON, John Charles (1842- ): m'd 1864 GUNSAULES, Violetta

JONES, Lewis W. (1812-1885): m'd 1836 MCALPIN, Mary Ann

1: JONES, Samuel T.:; m1. MILLER, Nancy; m2. HOLMAN, Sarah J; believed to also be an emigrant of 1851

KEES, Owen (1832- ):

1: KELLOGG, Charles H. (1846- ):

1: KELLOGG, Charlotte ( - ): m'd HATHAWAY,

1: KELLOGG, Edward ( - ):

1: KELLOGG, Elijah ( - ):

1: KELLOGG, George ( - ):

1: KELLOGG, Jason (1832- ):

1: KELLOGG, Joseph Capt. (1812-1903): m'd 1844 BUSHNELL, Elizabeth; originally emigrant of 1845

1: KELLOGG, Orrin (1845- ):

1: KELLOGG, Orrin (1790-1873): m'd 1811 MILLER, Margaret; carried the Charter for a Masonic Lodge in Oregon City from Fort Hall; the charter was originally in the possession of Pierre Cornwall but he decided to cut off for CA; originally emigrant of 1845, returned east in 1846 and brought out family and friends in 1848

1: KELLOGG, Phoebe ( - ):

KELLY, Archon (1832- ): m'd 1855 , Elizabeth

KELLY, Bengal ( - ):

KELLY, Calmet ( - ):

4: KELLY, Clinton Rev. (1808- ): m'd 1841 CRAIN, Mariah Maldon

KELLY, Hampton (1830- ): m'd 1853 , Margaret

KELLY, Laura Frances ( - ):

KELLY, Mary Ann ( - ):

KELLY, Mary Jane ( - ):

KELLY, Penumbar (1845- ): m'd MARQUAM, Mary E.

5:: KELLY, Plympton (1828- ): may have been with Walker party. arrived about the same time.

KELLY, Sarah Margaret (1843- ):

KELLY, Thomas ( - ):

KILBORN, Caroline ( - ):

KILBORN, William K. ( - ):

KILLIN, Benton ( - ):

1: KING, William W.:

3: KITRICH/KITTRIDGE, Eliza (1848- ):

3: KITRICH/KITTRIDGE, George ( - ): m'd , Maria

3: KITRICH/KITTRIDGE, Maria ( - ): m'd KITRICH, George

LAMBERSON, Davis W. (1847- ):

LAMBERSON, Elizabeth (1842- ):

LAMBERSON, Henry C. (1844- ):

LAMBERSON, John Lee (1840- ):

LAMBERSON, Lucinda (1839- ):

LAMBERSON, Samuel (1831-1901): m'd 1853 ARMSTRONG, Mary Jane

LAMBERSON, Sarah ( -1852): m'd 1830 LAMBERSON, Timothy

LAMBERSON, Timothy (1835- ):

LAMBERSON, Timothy (1809-1891): m'd 1830 , Sarah

4: LANE, J.C.:

LANE, Elizabeth ( - ): m'd HILL, Isaac

5: LARKINS, Silome: m'd 1846 GRAHAM, George

1: LAUTERETTE/LADEROUTE, Lyman

LEMPFRIT, Honore Timothee ( - ):

LEVENS, Henry ( - ):

LEVENS, Isaac (1821-1892): m'd 1850 WHITEAKER, Eleanor S.

LEVENS, Thomas ( - ):

LEVENS, Zachariah ( - ):

5: LEWIS, J.:

LEWIS, Isaac (1822- ): m'd 1850 WHITEAKER, Eleanor S.

3: LINDSAY, Edgar

3: LINDSAY, John:

3: LINDSAY, William

LIONET, J. Rev. ( - ):

LOVE, Lewis Capt. ( - ):

LUCAS, Eliza Ann ( - ): m'd STARR, John Wesley Rev.

LYMAN, Horace (1815- ):

MANNING, Absalom Monroe ( - ): m'd HINTON, Clarissa Jimison; emigrant of 1851??

MANNING, Clarissa Jimison ( -1882): m'd MANNING, Absalom Monroe; emigrant of 1851??

MANNING, James David (1846- ): m'd DAVIS, Alice; emigrant of 1851??

5: MARKHAM, Samuel: listed as emigrant of 1847

MARTIN, Jacob (1812-1882): m'd PARKS, Evaline ;   l isted as emigrant of 1847

MATHER, John Addison ( - ): m'd KYLE, Margaret; emigrated alone in 1848, returned east and emigrated again in 1854 with his family

MAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MAY, Richard Martin ( - ):

MAYS, Sena ( -1861): m'd SHELLEY, Michael

5:: MCALLISTER, Harden (1825-1915): m'd , Julia

MCCALLISTER, Mahala ( - ): m'd SMITH,

MCCOMBS, Mr. ( - ):

MCDONALD, David:

MCINTIRE, Joseph (1822-1857):

2: MCKEE, John: emigrant of 1853??

MCKINNEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCKINNEY, Francis Marion (1831-1854):

MCKINNEY, Mary Louisa ( -1848): d/o Stephen and Louisa (Anderson) McKinney; died and was buried on the Platte River on July 4, 1848

MCKINNEY, Sarah Ann ( - ):

MCKINNEY, Stephen (1796- ): m'd 1826 ANDERSON, Louisa; traveled in a party led by Joseph Watt

MCKINNEY, William Felix ( - ): went into CA for gold; went down to the Isthmus of Panama and then returned east to Missouri; emigrated to Oregon again in 1852

MEEKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MEEKER, Isaac (1847-1910): m1. 1878 HALE, Melvina; m2. 1900 GROSHONG, Mary Elizabeth; s/o John and Melvina (Hale) Meeker

MEEKER, John D. (1822-1889): m'd 1844 MILLER, Lydia

MEEKER, Sarah Elizabeth (1845- ): d/o John and Melvina (Hale) Meeker

MENZIES, James (1820-1883): m'd 1849 MILLER, Parthena Elizabeth

METZKER, John:L m'd PETREE, Lucinda

*7: MILLER, Charles (1830- ): m'd 1854 VAUGHN, Nancy

MILLER, Chris (1830- ):

2: MILLER, Christian (1809-1874): m'd 1832 CODDINGTON, Mary A.

MILLER, Enoch:

2: MILLER, Isaac Sr. (1806-1878): m'd 1827 CODDINGTON, Elizabeth

2: MILLER, Jacob L. (1822-1862): m'd 1845 [  ] , Nancy

MILLER, James Dailey Capt. ( - ):

3: MILLER, John:

MILLER, Joseph ( - ): m'd ALDERMAN, Julia Ann

MILLER, Lydia ( -1886): m'd 1823 MEEKER, John

MILLER, Margaret (1795-1858): m'd 1811 KELLOGG, Orrin

MILLER, Maria:

MILLER, Mart V. (1837- ): m'd 1860 CUNNINGHAM, Mary C.

MILLER, Moses:

MILLER, Nelson:

MILLER, Samuel S.

MILLER, William (1817- ): m'd 1837 MCDONALD, Jane; returned east and emigrated again in 1850 with a party that included his mother-in-law, brother-in-law, David McDonald, and his brother, Malcolm Miller

MINKLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MINKLER, Daniel S. (1812 -1853 ): m'd 1837 PERRY, Clarissa

MINKLER, Sarah ( - ):

3: MOODY, Henry Clay (1827-):

4: MOORE, B.:

4: MOORE, John:

5:: MOORE, William S. (1829-1899): m'd 1854 MELDRUM, Margaret Octavia

MORRIS, Jesse (1815- ): m'd 1851 , Sarah Jane

NEALL, James ( - ):

3: NEFF, Marcus ( -1896):

3: NEWTON, Abitha: this may be Abithar Newton who was also emigrant of 1846

NEWTON, Abraham:

3: NEWTON, Isaac H. (1832- ):

NEWTON, Jasper:

NEWTON, Mahala:

3: NEWTON, Norris P. (1830- ): m'd KNOTTS, Justina

NICKERSON, Esther (1845- ):

NORDYKE, William H.:

2: OWENS, Isaac:

PARK, Azariah (1818-1898): m'd 1854 MOORE, Elizabeth Ann

PARKS, Evaline (1815-1903): m'd MARTIN, Jacob

1: PATTERSON, Ira:

PATTON, William Thomas (1828-1892): m'd DICKENS, Julia Ann

PENTON, Keturah (1820-1913): m'd 03 Oct 1839 BELKNAP, George; born 15 Aug 1820 Hamilton Co, OH and died 19/22 Aug 1913 Coquille, Coos Co, OR; buried Alpine Cemetery, Alpine, Benton Co, OR; moher of 11 children (Hannah, John, Jesse Walker, Martha, Lorenzo Gilbert, Henry Clay, Millard Fillmore, Lucina Emeline, Lovina Jane, Infant son and George Simpson)

PERRY, Clarissa ( - ): m1. MINKLER, Daniel S. (1812-1853); m2. LESLEY, [  ]

PETREE, John ( - ): m'd FISHER, Mary

PETREE, William Franklin ( - ):

PHILLIPS, Nancy (1805-1879): m'd 1822 DICKENS, Reuben Rev

5: PIERCE, Farley:

1: PIGG, Reuben:

PORTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:     William Porter 1848 Trail Diary       William Porter Letter Home
2:
PORTER, Elizabeth Nancy (1843-1922): m'd 20 Oct 1864 READ, Clifton Kittridge;  d /o William and Sarah (Coffey) Porter; born 21 Aug 1843 Pike Co, IL and died 27 Aug 1922 Turner, Marion Co, OR; buried Aumsville Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR; mother of 9 children (Virgil Henry, Sarah Isabelle, Silas William, John Franklin, Lydia Eva, Ethel Florence, Nettie May, George Sidney and Jessie Ava)

2: PORTER, John E. (1823- ): m'd 30 Dec 1847 WINKLE, Mary

2: PORTER, John Hancock (1845- ): m'd 10 Nov 1870 VANNUYS, Mary Ada; s /o William and Sarah (Coffey) Porter; born 08 Nov 1845 Pike Co, IL and died 02 Apr 1924; buried Lone Oak Cemetery, Stayton, Marion Co, OR; father of 6 children (Ernest Emmett, Charles Reese, Edward Floyd, Nettie C., Harry Welton and Elbert Leroy)

2: PORTER, McCauley ( - ): m'd WINKLE, Martha

2:  PORTER, Nancy (1822-1904): m'd 27 Sep 1837 HOLMES, Horatio Nelson Viscount; d/o David Porter and Nancy Culton Porter;  February14, 1822 in Lincoln Co.,MO and died March 9, 1904 in Salem Co.,OR; buried in City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; mother of 7 children (David Jackson, Nancy Jane, Alexander Monroe, John Porter, William Henry, Horatio Reese and Mary Adela)

2: PORTER, Sidney Reese (1847-1927): m'd 26 Sep 1875 BROWNSON/BROWNSTONE, Mary Ellen;s/o William and Sarah (Coffey) Porter; born 05 Oct 1847 Pike Co, IL and  died 22 Apr 1927 Stayton, Marion Co, OR; buried Aumsville Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR; father of 2 children (William Henry and Eva)

5: PORTER, Stephen (1819-1890): m1. 01 Sep 1844 COFFEY, Catherine Jane (1822-1850); m2. 14 Aug 1851 GIBSON, Susan;  s/o David and Nancy (Culton) Porter; born 24 Jun 1819 MO and died 24 Aug 1890 Marion Co, OR; held one of three land claims that made up Stayton, Marion Co, OR

2: PORTER, William G. (1841-1880): m'd LEWIS, Malinda Elmyra;   s/o William and Sarah (Coffey) Porter; born 04 Oct 1841 Pike Co, IL and died 29 Jan 1880 Turner, Marion Co, OR; buried Twin Oaks Cemetery, Turner, Marion Co, OR; father of 4 children (Minnie Clyde, Essie May, Francis Henry and Marion Lincoln)

2: PORTER, William Grayson (1820- ): m'd , Elizabeth

5: PORTER, William Marion (1812-1899): m1. 25 Nov 1840 COFFEY, Sarah (1820-1848); m2. 04 Oct 1849 COFFEY, Martha Frances; s/o David and Nancy (Culton) Porter; William Porter was born in Lincoln County, Missouri, Dec. 14, 1812, one of a family of ten children.  At the age of 18, making his own way in the world he entered college at Jacksonville, Illinois, remaining four years preparing himself to teach.  He went to Pike County, where he taught until 1846.  In Pike County he married Sarah Coffey in 1840.  In the spring of 1848 he started for St. Joseph, Missouri to join the wagon trains for Oregon.  Without serious mishap, William Porter and his wife arrived in Oregon and spent the first winter with the Pringles near Aumsville.  The next year, on October 9, 1849, Mr. Porter took a donation land claim near the present city of Aumsville.  Hardly was the cabin built when his wife died.  Later he married Miss Martha Coffey, a sister of his first wife. William Porter was chief clerk in the territorial legislature of 1849.  He served 4 years as County Assessor of Marion County; father of 4 children by first wife (William G., Elizabeth Nancy, John Hancock, and Sidney Reese); father of  3 children by second wife  (Henry Clay, Sarah Louisa, and Mary Jane)

POWELL, Matilda: m'd LEE, [   ]

PRATHER, ( - ):

PRATT, Orville C.:

PRESLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
2: PRESLEY, Almenia (1838-1860): m'd 1856 VANLANDIGHAM, George; d/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Anthony Wesley (1833-1918): m'd 1860 MARTIN, Rebecca Melissa s/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Barbara (1830-1866): m'd 1849 SMITH, Sidney; d/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, David (1803-1877): m'd 1827 WELTY, Mahala

2: PRESLEY, Elias (1837- ): m'd , Lucy; s/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Elizabeth (1844-1924): m'd RUDOLPH, Harvey S.; d/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Ellen (1842-1916): m'd SAVAGE, Morgan Lewis "Lute"; d/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Franklin (1835- ): m'd WISE, Hannah; s/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Mary "Polly" (1828-1898): m'd 1846 STEPHENS, Sanford; d/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Ransom (1841-1866): m'd 1865 BROWN, Carolina E.; s/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley

2: PRESLEY, Rhoda (1832-1866): m'd 1850 SAVAGE, John; d/o David and Mahala (Welty) Presley PURVINE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
David Gips at dgips@capecod.net

5: PRUSSEL, A.:

PURVINE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
5: PURVINE, Andrew J. (1833- ): m'd 1857 DOUGHERTY, Mary J.; m2. 1873 STAIGER, Pauline; s/o John and Mary Purvine

5: PURVINE, Charles (1836- ): s/o John and Mary Purvine

5:  PURVINE, Henry (1827- ): s/o John and Mary Purvine

5:  PURVINE, John L. (1842- ): m'd 24 Nov 1864 WALKER, Mary V.; s/o John and Mary Purvine

5: PURVINE, John (1800-1852): m1. [   ], Mary; m2. 1850 GOUDY, Rosaline;   Purvine-Walker Papers contributed by Vicki Beninga

5: PURVINE, Mary ( -1849): m'd PURVINE, John; maiden name unknown at this time

5: PURVINE, Nelson (1834- ): s/o John and Mary Purvine

5: PURVINE, Smiley (1840- ): s/o John and Mary Purvine

5: PURVINE, William (1825- ): s/o John and Mary Purvine

2: RAMSEY, J.G.:

2: RICE, Horace:

RICE, Street ( - ):

RICHARDSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RICHARDSON, Gideon: m'd MORROW, Margaret Hutchinson; s/o Daniel Richardson; buried in Richardson Cemetery, Lane Co, OR

RICHARDSON, Lucy B. (1823- ): m1. 1850 Martin T. BROWN; m2. 1854 Fendal SUTHERLIN Jr.; d/o Gideon Richardson; settled in Lane Co; moved to Douglas Co after second marriage

RICHARDSON, Sarah ( - ):

5: RICHISON, Pliney:

RIGGS, Ann ( - ): m'd GRIBBLE,

ROBERTS, Abraham H. (1826- ):

ROBERTS, Albert ( - ):

ROBERTS, Christopher ( - ):

ROBERTS, Erastus ( - ):

ROBERTS, Henry (1800- ): m'd HARRISON,

ROBERTS, Jacob ( - ):

ROBERTS, Phoebe ( - ): m'd LOUGHLIN, William

ROBERTS, Samuel (1837- ): m'd 1858 GRIFFIN, Sarah

ROBERTS, Vincent ( - ):

ROBERTS, William (1828- ): m'd 1852 , Sarah M.

1: ROBINSON, James:

1: ROBINSON, Lucinda (1828-1894): m'd 1846 SWEGLE, Charles

1: ROOT, Riley ( - ):

RUDOLPH, Hester (1823-1848): m'd 1839 DONACA, Thomas

RUSSELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RUSSELL, William (1827- ): m'd 1851 , Eliza

SCHNEIDER, Henry ( - ):

SCOTT, John C.:

SCOTT, Mary ( - ): m'd WATT, John; buried in Amity Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

SEROR, Joseph (1828- ): m'd 1854 , Mary Ann

5: SHELLEY, Ellen E. ( - ): m'd SUMMERVILLE, John

5: SHELLEY, Harrison (1821- ): m'd 1843 BRANDON, Ruth Jane

5: SHELLEY, Henry ( -1861):

5: SHELLEY, James Monroe (1843- ): m'd BAXTER, Lydia A.

5: SHELLEY, Mary ( - ): m'd SITTON,

5: SHELLEY, Michael ( -1894): m'd MAYS, Sena

5: SHELLEY, Miss ( - ): m'd HUSTON, Walter

5: SHELLEY, R. L. ( - ):

5: SHELLEY, Ransom ( -1865):

5: SHELLEY, Roswell (1846- ): m'd 1878 TATOM, Mary L.

5: SHELLEY, Troy (1845- ):

SHIELDS, John ( -1848):

SLANI, John A. ( - ):

6:: SIMMONDS, Daniel:

SMELTZER, Theresa (1810-1869): m'd 1837 BAUER, Andreas [Andrew]

SMITH, Austin E. ( - ):

SMITH, Charles ( - ):

SMITH, David H. ( - ): m'd 1851 ALLEN, Eveline

SMITH, Edward L. B. ( - ):

SMITH, Francis Marion ( - ):

4: SMITH, John Beuford (1806-1870): m'd 1831 ADKINSON, Elizabeth

SMITH, Titus (1826-1902): m'd MCCLAIN, Elvira

SMITH, William R. ( - ):

SNYDER, Charles ( - ):

5:: STARK, Eunice ( - ): m'd 1836 GARRETT, John D.

STARR FAMILY RESEARCHER:
3: STARR, Albert ( - ):

3: STARR, Eliza Ann ( - ): m'd BURLINGAME,

3: STARR, James M. ( - ):

3: STARR, John W. Jr. ( - ):

3: STARR, John Wesley Rev. (1794-1868): m'd 1829 LUCAS, Eliza Ann

3: STARR, LeRoy Hamlin ( - ):

3: STARR, Matilda J. ( - ):

3: STARR, Milton Lee (1833- ):

3: STARR, Moses F. ( - ):

3: STARR, P. M. ( - ):

3: STARR, Precious (1832-1908): m1. 1848 CATON, Jesse H.; m2. SHED, Silas L.; d/o John and Eliza Ann (Lucas) Starr

3: STARR, S. C. ( - ):

3: STARR, Samuel Emery ( - ):

*1 STEPHENS, Adam ( - ):

*1 STEPHENS, Sanford (1823- ): m'd 1846 PRESLEY, Mary

*1 STEPHENS, William:

STEVENS, Lucretia:

5:: STEWART, Hanna: (maybe with Walker party. arrived about the same time)

1: STIPP, Daniel L.(1834-021860): S/o John and Sarah Stipp

1: STIPP,Elizabeth (1841- ):d/o John and Sarah Stipp

1: STIPP, John (1806-1892): m1. [   ], Sarah; m2. 1846 Avery (ELLIS), Lucretia

1: STIPP, Nancy (1842- ): d/o John and Sarah Stipp

1: STIPP, Sarah (1845- ): d/o John and Sarah Stipp

STONE, David ( - ):

2: SUTHERLIN, Fendal:

SWEGLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SWEGLE, Charles W. (1821-1888): m'd 1846 ROBINSON, Lucinda D.; s/o Matthias and Sarah (Vanatta) Swegle

SWEGLE, Eliza (1834-1865): m'd RUSSELL, William; d/o Matthias and Sarah (Vanatta) Swegle

SWEGLE, Elizabeth (1834- ): m'd FORGEY, James; d/o Matthias and Sarah (Vanatta) Swegle

SWEGLE, Matthias (1797-1861): m'd 09 Jul 1818 VANATTA, Sarah

SWEGLE, Matthias Jr. (1826-1891): m'1. 03 Jun 1853 GRIER, Margaret; m2. 28 Nov 1867 MOORE/MOON, Belle ; s/o Matthias and Sarah (Vanatta) Swegle

SWEGLE, Sarah (1829-1886): m'd 13 Nov 1851 SIMMONS, Asa B.; d/o Matthias and Sarah (Vanatta) Swegle

TAITES, Elizabeth ( - ): m'd COX,

THROCKMORTON, Sarah "Sally" (1808-1885); m'd 1829 GRIFFIN, Burrel Bell

TRIMBLE, Benjamin (1836-1923: s/o Samuel and Nancy (Willson) Trimble; bur Alsea Cemetery, Benton Co, OR 

TRIMBLE, Charlotte (c1838- ): m'd TAYLOR, William C.

TRIMBLE, Ed (1842- ): s/o Samuel and Nancy (Willson) Trimble

TRIMBLE, Jasper: s /o Samuel and Nancy (Willson) Trimble

TRIMBLE, Lydia (1812- ): m'd DRUMM, Abner William

TRIMBLE, Mary Jane (1848- ): m'd EVANS, [ ], d/o Samuel and Nancy (Willson) Trimble

TRIMBLE, Samuel S.: m1. ; m2. 1854 MCMAHON, Hulda

TRULLINGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
2: TRULLINGER, Amanda (1830- ): m'd 1849 WRIGHT, John; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Daniel (1801-1869): m'd 1823 JOHNSON, Elizabeth Amanda; part time minister for the Christian Church; farmer; went to CA gold fields in 1849 but returned home after short time

2: TRULLINGER, Daniel Perry (1840-1928): m'd 1873 WOOD, Emily; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Eliza (1838-1915): m'd 1852 MATOON, Rene; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Elizabeth (1836-1913): m'd 1856 MORGAN, Harbison Beaumont; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Evangeline (1838- ): m'd 1854 LOWE, William;d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Gabriel (1824-1905): m'd 1851 GLOVER, Sarah E.; s/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger; cabinet maker; went to CA gold fields in 1849 where he stayed for 2 years

2: TRULLINGER, J. C. (1809- ):

2: TRULLINGER, John Corse (1828-1908): m'd 1853 BOYLE, Hannah; s/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger; went to CA gold fields in 1849 where he stayed for 2 years; reportedly brought back $18,000

2: TRULLINGER, Mary Jane (1833- ): m'd 1849 CUTTING, Andrew; d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Nathan H. (1826- ): m'd GRESHEN, Frances; s/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

2: TRULLINGER, Sarah (1843- ): d/o Daniel and Elizabeth (Johnson) Trullinger

TUCKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
[Editorial note: Samuel Tucker was the father of the following children. It is not known at this time if they were all in the emigration of 1848.]

5:: TUCKER, Benjamin (1818- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker ;   emigrant of 1851??

5:: TUCKER, Eliza Ann (1827- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Elizabeth (1806- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

TUCKER, Elizabeth J.

5:: TUCKER, Frances (1814- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Jane (1812- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Joseph (1845- ): m'd BALES, Elizabeth; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Black) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Julia Ann (1830- ): m'd 1846 LARKIN, James F.; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Lucia/Lentia (1837-1914): m'd COX, Elias; d/o Samuel and Sarah (Black) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Mahala (1820- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Martha (1839- ): d/o Samuel and Sarah (Black) Tucker

TUCKER, Martha L.

5:: TUCKER, Mary (1822- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Nathaniel (1808- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Rebecca (1841- ): d/o Samuel and Sarah (Black) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Sallie Ann (1826- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Samuel (1782-1867): m1. 1804 HARDESTY, Elizabeth; m2. 1836 BLACK, Sarah

5:: TUCKER, Samuel H. (1824- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Susan (1804- ): d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5:: TUCKER, Thomas (1810- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

5: TUCKER, Walter H. (1816- ): s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Hardesty) Tucker

4: VALENTINE, James (1801- ): m'd 1843 , Mary E.

VANATTA, Sarah (1794-1866): m'd 09 Jul 1818 SWEGLE, Matthias

5:: VANDERVERT, Jackson J. (1822- ): m'd 1853 CLARK, Grace

*7: VAUGHN, Nancy ( - ): m'd 1854 MILLER, Charles

VENNING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
VENNING, Mary Catherine ( -1848): m'd EMERICK, Christian; died on Muddy fork of the Bear River on July 14, 1848

WALKER, Aaron Jay ( - ):

5: WALKER, Bolivar Capt. ( - ): Purvine-Walker Papers contributed by Vicki Beninga

WALKER, Mary Virginia (1844-1929): m'd 1864 PURVINE, Joshua L.; d/o Walter Walker; settled in Polk Co; buried Zena Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

5: WALKER, W. H. ( - ):

5: WALKER, Walter W. (1814-1896): m'd 1843 MacKEY, Jane

WAMBOUGH, M. N. ( - ):

WATSON, Margaret ( - ): m'd FORSYTHE, James B.

6:: WATT, Ahio S. (1824- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Mary Elizabeth

6:: WATT, Aurora (1843- ): d/o John and Mary (Scott) Watt

6:: WATT, Clara (1846- ): d/o John and Mary (Scott) Watt

6:: WATT, Elizabeth (1831- ): d/o John and Mary (Scott) Watt

6:: WATT, Isabelle (1833-1909): m'd BREYMAN, Werner; d/o John and Mary (Scott) Watt

6:: WATT, John (1792-1954): m'd 1816 SCOTT, Mary; veteran of War of 1812; buried in Amity Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

6:: WATT, Joseph: returning to Oregon with a herd of sheep; emigrant of 1844

6:: WATT, Margaret ( - ):

6:: WATT, Missouri (1840- ): d/o John and Mary (Scott) Watt

6:: WATT, Roxanna (1836- ): d/o John and Mary (Scott) Watt

6:: WATT, Thomas C. ( - ):

6:: WATT, William ( - ):

4: WELCH, Samuel (1807- ): m'd 1847 , Lucy D.

WELLS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WELLS, Justus (1816- ): enumerated in the 1850 Washington Co, OR Census, reportedly bought a sawmill in Scappoose area and then returned to IA and brought his family out in 1852; settled in Jackson Co but by 1870 is enumerated in the Crescent City, CA census;

WELLS, W. ( - ):

*1 WELTY, Mahala (1810-1898): m'd 1827 PRESLEY, David

WHEELER, John ( - ): s/o Deland and Margaret (Court) Wheeler; two brothers came in 1847; John died near Grants Pass

WHITEAKER, Benjamin (1796- ): 1823 HAYTER, Mary

WHITEAKER, David J. (1824-1902): m'd 1871 TITUS, Lucy L.

WHITEAKER, Eleanor S. (1832- ): m'd 1850 LEVENS, Isaac

WHITEAKER, George W. ( - ):

WHITEAKER, James ( - ):

WHITEAKER, Maria ( - ):

WHITEAKER, Mary (1846-1864): m'd 1861 COLLINS, James L.

WHITEAKER, Mirah ( - ): m'd OGDEN,

WHITEAKER, Rachel ( - ): m'd MCGEE,

WHITEAKER, William H. (1826- ):

WILBUR, James H. Rev. ( - ):

1: WILCOX, Elias:

1:  WILCOX, Nathaniel:

1: WILCOX, Sanford E. (1827- ): m'd 1854 BUTTS, Mary Ann

WILLIAMS, Emily ( -1854): m'd 1832 WILLIAMS, Leonard

2: WILLIAMS, Leonard (1810- ): m'd 1832 , Emily

2: WLLIAMS, Willie:

WINKLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
2: WINKLE, Gillian A. ( - ): m'd FISHER, G.

2: WINKLE, Isaac (1802-1874): m'd BRAGG, Martha

2: WINKLE, Martha ( - ): m'd PORTER, McCauley

2: WINKLE, Mary ( - ): m'd PORTER, John

2: WINKLE, Missouri ( - ): m'd BAKER, John

2: WINKLE, Oscar ( - ):

2: WINKLE, Wiley (1828-1922): m'd 1851 GRIMSLEY, Pamelia

WOODRUFF, Lyman ( - ):

2: WYATT, Isaac:

2: WYATT, Thomas


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