Emigrants to Oregon in 1849
compiled by Stephenie Flora
oregonpioneers.com
copyright � 2004


 

During the long summer of 1849 there was an unbroken line of wagons reaching from horizon to horizon.  Cholera, scurvy, dysentry, accident, thirst, hunger, fatigue, Indian attack, quarrels, discouragement and other ills plagued these trains.  As in other years, all of these obstacles were offset by the hope for a better future in the form of gold or land.The majority of this endless line of humanity was aimed toward the promise of gold and riches in California.  It was estimated that over 35,000 individuals took part in this great overland migration.  Of these, only a very few turned off for Oregon.

 "Emigrant parties are coming in slowly from the mountains.  Inclusive of a company of 27 wagons, the arrival of which is daily expected, there have been 55 wagons arrived in this Valley.  Others are reported as coming." [October 18, 1849 Oregon Spectator]

Below is an incomplete list of the emigrants and trains of 1849.    All women are listed by their maiden name (if known) EVEN if they were married at the time of emigration.

Captains of 1849
*1: Glover train

*2) Bvt. Col William W. Loring with companies A, D, F, H, K   set out May 10th for Ft. Kearny with 700 horses, 171 wagons, 1200 mules and some oxen.  He reached Ft. Kearny on May 31 where he was joined by Bvt. Major Charles F. Ruff and Company I.  They began their trek to Oregon arriving at Ft. Laramie on June 22 and at Oregon City on the 8th and 9th of October.  The companies were stationed at the Columbia Barracks in what is now Clark Co, WA.

Emigrants To Oregon in 1849

*2: ABBOTT, George Henry (1829-1914): m'd Charlotte Melvina JONES; s/o Dr. Samuel and Nancy (Baker) Bradley; Abbott moved around quite a bit.  In 1860 he was the Indian Agent at Warm Springs.  It appears he goes to PA c1864 where he is married and has several children.  By 1880 he is residing at Ft. Collins, CO where he has several more children.  By 1900 he is living in Idaho where he lives until his death in 1914. He was the father of eight children (Robert B., Charles, William G., Mary Edna, Martha B., Lucy, George and Alice J. ) [*Mss #909] [US Army Enlistments; George H. Abbott, 19, grey eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5' 9", b. Ross (?) Co, OH, blacksmith, enlisted 26 Oct 1848 at Chilicothe]

ABRAMS, William Penn (1820-1876): m'd 1842 Sarah Lavina PHELPS; s/o John and Nancy (Rollins) Abrams; millwright; to CA via Panama; by ship to OR Nov 1849 [William P. Abrams diary]; returned east in 1850 and brought his family west in 1851 via Cape Horn on the bark "Francis & Louise".  Father of six children (Sarah, Georgiana, William Rollins, Clara Minnie, Nellie Ann and Harry Augustus) 

AGER, George Kingsley (1830-1896): m'd 1859 Nancy SYMONS; s/o Ira and Eliza (Joslin) Ager; reportedly drove cattle west in 1849; settled on Howell Prairie in Marion county until c1877 when he moved to Lewis Co, WA; died 18 Sep 1896 in Tenino, Thurston county, WA; buried in Urquhart Cemetery, Chehalis, Lewis county, WA.; father of nine children (Annie Eliza, James Albert, John Martin, Mary Evaline, Effie Jane, Joseph E., Arthur George, William Walter and Grace Elizabeth) Ager Genealogy

*2: ALONG [ ] (1831- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, servant from China

*2: ALT, Samuel (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH; [US Army Enlistments: Samuel Alt, 22, blue eyes, sandy hair, fair complexion, 5'7 1/2", b. Fairfield, OH; enlisted 30 Dec 1848 Lancaster, OH]

ALVEY, Simon Bolivar (1827-c1893): m'd 1853 Dollie V. ELDER; s/o William and Madeline (Watson) Alvey; settled in Yamhill Co until about 1864 when he moved to Pierce Co, WA; he was the father of eight children (Alice M., Florence, Martha, Alfred William, Edith S., Grace, Edward B. and Junia Afton)

ANDERSON, Eli K. (1826-1912) m. 09 Jan 1856 MYER, Elizabeth Nessby; settled Jackson Co, OR

ANDERSON, W.R. (1822- ): drive government wagon to Fort Hall and then accompanied a squad of 36 men to Vancouver where he worked through the winter.  Went to Hunt's sawmill near Westport and assisted in building the Columbia, the first steamship constructed in Oregon; 1854 moved to Clarke County, WT and settled on a claim

ANTRIM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ANTRIM, Benjamin (1826-1893): m'd Sarah E. SAWYER; father of four children (George, Eldon E., Mary and Ray L.); settled in Yamhill County, went to CA c1854 for a period of about 13 years; returned to Yamhill county where he farmed until his death; fought in Rogue River Indian wars

*2: ARTHUR, Isaac (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Wales [US Army Enlistments: Isaac Arthur, 24, fair eyes, light hair, 5'6", b. Wales, miner, enlisted 16 Aug 1848, Cincinnati, OH]; may be same Isaac Arthur that settled in Whidbey Island, WA

ATWOOD, Cyrenus :

*2: AUFFSCHNEIDER, Charles V. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany  [US Army: Enlistments: Charles V. Auffschneider, 21, grey eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5'9", b. Bolanden, Germany, machinist. enlisted 19 Oct 1848 Washington, D.C.]

BACKENSTOS, Edwin D.  (1844-1876):

BACKENSTOS, Jacob B.  (1811-1860): m'd Sarah [ ]; father of five children (Edwin D., Mary V., James S., Charles and Leo); buried in Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR [*Mss #909, Mss #233]

BAKER, Thomas :

*2: BALDWIN, Henry Hewitt (1825-1911): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland; [US Army Enlistment; Henry Baldwin, 23, grey eyes, brown hair, sallow complexion, 5' 6 1/2", b. Cork, Ireland, clerk, enlisted 10 Apr 1849 St. Louis, MO]; by 1860 he is living in Coos Co, OR where he remains until his death 26 Feb 1911.  He is shown in several sources as "Harry" Baldwin.   Baldwin went "to sea at age 16; to US 1846; enlisted U.S. Army 1849; to Oregon to help quell Indian uprisings.  He was a member of the U.S. transport schooner "Captain Lincoln" which was wrecked just north of Coos Bay bar 1852.  In 1855-56 served as packer, scout and express rider during Indian wars in Curry.  Mined in Jackson and Coos counties.  After about 20 years of military service, took up 320 acres near Parkersburg; sold out 1895 and retired in Bandon.  A man of scholarly attainments, his poetry and prose ofter appeared in periodicals of his time.  Member of G.A.R.  Never married." [A Century of Coos and Curry]

BARNEY, Harlow  (1823-1904): returned east and came west with family in 1853

BARNEY, John Cary (1801-1872): returned east and came west with family in 1853 

*2: BEALL, John E. (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD [US Army Enlistment: John E. Beall, 25, blue eyes, dark hair, fresh complexion, 5'10"; b. Prince George, MD; soldier; enlisted 12 Dec 1848 Washington]

BEAUCHEMIN, Charles : m1. Mrs. Julie GOBIN; m2. 1872 Julie [ ]; to CA 1849 seeking gold; returned and settled in Frenchtown near Walla Walla

BELL,  John Colgate (1814- ):

*2: BENNETT, William (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY [US Army Enlistment: William Bennett, 21, hazel, dark brown, fair complexion, 5' 7"; b. New York City, NY; enlisted 14 Oct 1848]

*2: BETTS, George Washington (1827-aft 1880 ): m'd 1854 Hettie F. FRIER; m2. 1862 Elizabeth VAUGHN; U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY  [US Army Enlistment: George Betts, 21, gray eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, 5' 7"; b. New York City, NY; blacksmith, enlisted 12 Jun 1848 Hartford]; settles in Washington Co, OR and in 1872 becomes first Post Master of Beaverton, OR; moves to Thurston Co, WA c1876; Oregon Donation Land Claim states he arrived in Oregon in 1853, he may have returned east and emigrated west again in 1853; father of  eight children (Sarah Emily, Orpha M., Elmira Josephina, Elvira E., Charles M., Edward M., Nellia A. and Reuben P.)

BICKERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BICKERS, Henry C. (1817- ): m'd 1852 Mrs. Melinda Brown; s/o Benjamin and Joanna (Martin) Bickers; is shown working as a carpenter in  Marion Co, OR in the 1850 and 1860 census; by 1870 is shown in San Diego Co, CA where he is listed as a gold miner.  After 1870 he does not show up in the census records. Henry was the father of four children (Andrew J., Horace E., Mary, and William H.); wife was an emigrant of 1851 with her first husband, Thomas J. Brown.

BICKFORD, William H. (1827-1908): m'd 1852 Sarah Jane SKIPTON; s/o Daniel and Hannah (Peasley) Bickford; William Bickford spent his adult life in CA and appears to have gone there in 1849;  he did visit Oregon in 1852 at least long enough to marry Sarah Jane Skipton in Washington County; he died 13 Dec 1908 Shasta Co, CA

BIDDLE, Benjamin Robert (1808-1882): see listing in 1852

BILLINGS, William (1827- ): arrived by sea

BINGHAM, Nira Changler (1816-1898 ): m'd 1837 Rev. Albert KELLY; d/o Silas and Martha (Cranston) Bingham; mother of nine children (Samuel Bingham, Melvina Durinda, Samantha Caroline, Moriah Clinton, Silas Gilby, Martha Elizabeth, Philander Bascom, Lee Whitman and Marietta Gustina); settled in Multnomah Co; died at Portland, Multnomah Co, OR 08 Jan 1898

*2: BLAKE, Michael (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland [US Army Enlistment: Michael Blake, 22, blue eyes, dark hair, florid complexion, 5' 5 3/4", b. Tipperary, Ireland; laborer, enlisted 26 Apr 1849 St. Louis, MO]

BLAKESLY, A. H.:

*2: BLANFORD, Joseph A. (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD [US Army Enlistment: Joseph A. Blanford, 26, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5' 10", b. Prince George, MD; farmer, enlisted 28 Jul 1846 Baltimore, MD; enlisted again 04 Nov 1848 and 28 Dec 1853]

BLEDSOE, Capt. : mentioned in the diary of George H. Abbott [*Mss #909]

BOGGS, John:

BOND, Robert:

BONINE, Dr.:

BOOTH, Edmund:

BOOTHBY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BOOTHBY, Caroline E. (c1845- ): m'd 1869 HALEY, Maxmillian; d/o Reason and Mary (Waller) Boothby

BOOTHBY, Emily C. (c1840- ): m'd 1857 DENNIS, Thomas J.; d/o Reason and Mary (Waller) Boothby

BOOTHBY, Harrison Brunk (c1840-c1901): m'd 1874 FERGUSON, Sarah; s/o Reason and Mary (Waller) Boothby

BOOTHBY, Jane Catherine (1838-1915): m1. 1854 DURAN, William T. (emigrant of 1847); m2. 1884 MCFARLAND, John H.; d/o Reason and Mary (Waller) Boothby; moved to eastern Oregon in 1865; mother of  six children by first marriage (Mary Rhoda, Emily Jane, Reason Rounds, John Alfred, George William Bolter and Henry Haley)

BOOTHBY, Mary E.(c1842- ): m'd 1859 GWINN, James Lewis; d/o Reason and Mary (Waller) Boothby

BOOTHBY, Permelia Ann (1848-1939): m'd 1869 BRADLEY, William P.; d/o Reason and Mary (Waller) Boothby

BOOTHBY, Reason Rounds (1812-1884): m'd 1835 WALLER, Mary Ann; m2. McFadden (  ), M.Mrs.; enumerated in 1850 Marion County census but is shown on the Polk County tax rolls for the same year; operated Boothby House Hotel in Eola, Polk Co, OR

*2: BOURGUIGNON, Philip (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany [US Army Enlistments: Philip Bourguignon, 21, hazel eyes, sandy hair, ruddy complexion, 5'9", dyer, b. Hepel Daimler, Germany, enlisted Dec 4, 1848 Baltimore]

BOWMAN, E. I.:

BOYLE, Charles Dr.: 

*2: BRADELL, Augustus (1811- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany [US Army Enlistment: Augustus Bradell, 37, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5' 5 1/2", b. Saxony, soldier, enlisted 08 Jan 1849, St. Louis, MO; also enlisted 21 Jun 1847, 20 Nov 1854 and 20 Nov 1859]; stationed at Ft. Walla Walla when he re-enlisted in 1859

*2: BRADFORD, William S. (1814- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NH [US Army Enlistment: William S. Bradford, 38, brown hair, fair complexion, 5' 11", b. New Boston, NH; soldier, enlisted at Baltimore Dec 9, 1848; enlisted 1834, 1838, 1844 and 1848]

BRADLEY, Eugene:

BRADLEY, Permelia:

*2: BRADSHAW, George W. (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH [US Army Enlistment: George W. Bradshaw, 24, grey eyes, brown hair, sandy complexion, 5' 11 1/4", b. Meigs, OH; chairmaker, enlisted Sep 14, 1848 Madison]

BRADY, Charles C.:

BRAY, George W.:

BREYFOGLE, Joshua D.:

*2: BRICK, Philip (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany [US Army Enlistments: Philip Brick, 21, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5' 11", b. Daimstadt, Germany, cooper, enlisted Feb 8, 1849 St. Louis, MO]

*2: BRIGHT, James M. (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from TN [US Army Enlistment: James M. Bright, 18, grey eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5'10", b. Wilson, TN; farmer, enlisted Feb 3, 1849 Nashville, TN]

*2: BROEHINE, Fredrick (1827- ):U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

BROOKS FAMILY RESEARCHER:

BROOKS, Caleb (1824-1899): m1. [   ], Eliza Ann (divorced 1852); m2. 1853 HELM, Sarah (PETERSON); m3. c1870 SHEPPARD, Mary Jane; m4. c1890 [   ] Georgiana A.; s/o George and Mary (Clark) Brooks; settled Wasco Co; 

BROOKS, Durin Pinkney (1832-1883): m'd HILL, Amanda Caroline; s/o George and Mary (Clark) Brooks; born 25 Dec 1831 McMinn Co, TN and died 24 Jan 1883 Huntsville, Columbia Co, WA

BROOKS, George (1780-1849): m'd CLARK, Mary "Polly"; The 1850 census shows his wife and some of their children still residing in Iowa .  Died on trail of cholera per obituary of his son, Caleb; father of 11 known children (Delia, George Washington, Ebenezer Jessup, Rachael, Julia Ann, Joshua, Caleb, Julius Caesar, Mary, Vienna Alpine and Durin Pinkney)

BROOKS, John M.: m'd HARPER, Martha Rebecca; s/o John M. and Betsey (Courts) Brooks Jr.

BROOKS, Joshua (1822- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Frances M.; settled Linn Co; s/o George and Mary (Clark) Brooks

*2: BROOKS, William H. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD [US Army Enlistment: William H. Brooks, 23, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5'8", b. Baltimore, MD, farmer, enlisted Nov 29, 1848 Baltimore]

BROWN, Hugh (1830- ):

BROWN, J.H.:

*2: BROWN, James S. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from  PA [US Army Enlistment: James S. Brown, 20, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5'7", b. Philadelphia, PA; blacksmith, enlisted July 7, 1848 NY]

BROWN, John Evans:

BROWN, William J. (1829- ):

BROWNING, Charilla Abbott:

*2: BROWNMILLER, George W. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA [US Army Enlistment: George W. Brownmiller, 21, hazel eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5'7", b. Berks, PA; blacksmith, enlisted Sep 13, 1848 Jeff Barracks; also enlisted 1846, 1853, 1858, 1863 and 1868]

BRUCE, Robert (1828- ): emigrated to California mines in 1849 where he spent 9 years at Hangtown and Yreka Flat as a placer miner; 1861 moved into Oregon; later yeas was guard at State Penitentiary; last yeas spent in Pendleton, Oregon

BRUFF, J. Goldsborough:

BRUNK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BRUNK, Harrison (1812-1895): m'd 1838 WALLER, Emily Carter; settled at Eola, Polk Co; the Brunks were farmers and their farm house, first completed in 1861, is now a museum

BRUNK, Hugh McNary (1844-1923): m'd c1895 SHENFIELD, Ella; s/o Harrison and Emily (Waller) Brunk; twin of William Harrison Brunk; died in Salem, Marion Co, OR

BRUNK, James W. (1847- ): unmarried; s/o Harrison and Emily (Waller) Brunk

BRUNK, Margaret (1840-1923): unmarried; in 1895 Harrison Brunk was petitioned to take care of his daughter, Margaret, who was an invalid, it was agreed that Margaret would go to live with her sister, Laura McDaniel; died in San Luis Obispo, CA; d/o Harrison and Emily (Waller) Brunk

BRUNK, Mary Ellen (1847-1901): m'd 1873 GRUBB, Caswell Walker; d/o Harrison and Emily (Waller) Brunk; Mary and her husband died at Drain, Douglas Co, OR and are buried there

BRUNK, William Harrison (1844-1915): m1. [ ]; m2. HOCKENHOUSE, Louise; twin of Hugh McNary Brunk; died in Salem, Marion Co, OR; s/o Harrison and Emily (Waller) Brunk

*2: BRUSHER, Lewis E. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France [US Army Enlistments: Lewis E. Brusher, 21, grey eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5' 8 1/2", b. France, blacksmith, enlisted Nov 20, 1848 Oswego]

BRUTSCHER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BRUTSCHER, Sebastian (1826-1922): crossed the Oregon Trail in 1849 with Col. Loring's Regiment of Mounted Riflemen; was discharged at Oregon City and settled in Yamhill Co.

BRYANT, William P.: the first Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court;  appointed by Pres. James K. Polk in 1848 when the Oregon Territory was established; in 1850 he purchased an island and milling operation from George Abernethy that was also claimed by Dr. John McLoughlin; presided at Leander C. Wallace murder trial at Ft. Steilacoom.

BUFFUM, Joseph C.:

BURBANK, Augustus Ripley:

BURGESS, Joseph H.:

*2: BURKE, Michel (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY [US Army Enlistments: Michael Burk, 21, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, b. New York, NY; ropemaker, enlisted June 6, 1848 NY]

BURRALL, George P.:

*2: BURROUGHS, Allen M. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY [US Army Enlistments: Allen M. Burroughs, 20, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 6'2 1/4", b. Rochester, NY; labor, enlisted Oct 30, 1848 Louisville]

BURTON, Henry W.:

BUSH, Charles W.:

BUTLER, Joseph Bradley Varnum ( -1879):

BUTLER, N.L. (1844- ):

CALDWELL, Dr.:

CALL, Jonas:

CALL, W.W.:

CAMP, Elmon S.:

CAMP, Herman:

CAMPBELL, Hector (1793-1873):

CAMPBELL, Hector Mrs.:

CAMPBELL, Robert Lang:

*2: CAMPBELL, Thomas (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: CANAVAN, James (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

CANNON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CANNON, George Washington (1812-1895): m'd 1835 ROBINSEN, Mary

CAPLES, James Mrs.:

CAPLES, Jane (1847- ):

CAPLES, Lafayette (1844- ):

CAPLES, William Dr. (1806- ):

CARNES, David:


CARROLL, Elmira: m'd 1832 STRINGER, Bluford


CARSTARPHEN, J.E.: 

CARTER, Hansford:  

*2: CASSIN, John (1821- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: CASTLE, Nathaniel (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from KY

CHAFFEE, Junius:

CHAMBERLAIN, John B.:

CHAMBERLAIN, William E.:

CHAPMAN, W.W.:

CHENOWETH, Francis A.: m'd 1850 FINDLEY, Elizabeth Jane

CHENOWETH, Justin: arr 15 Nov 1849 [*Mss #237]

CHICK, Washington H.:

CHURCHILL, Stillman:

*2: CLARK, Hyacinth J. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Canada

CLARK, Jonathan Dr.:

CLARK, Sterling B.F.:

CLARY, Peter: arr 31 Dec 1849

CLEMENT, Charles:

*2: CLEMENT, John M. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Scotland

CLIFTON, John:

COATS, Felix Grundy:

COFFEY, Alvin Aaron:

COLE, Cornelius:

COLEMAN, D.C. (1828- ): m1. 1853 WARREN, Mary; m2. 1875 SARGENT, Martha

COLEMAN, William Tell:

*2: COLLINS, Orland (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

*2: COLLINS, Patrick (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: COLWELL, J.M. (1831- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: COMPTON, Andrew (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

CONSTANT, Isaac (1809-1890):

COYLE, William (1824- ):

*2: CRAIG, George (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Scotland

*2: CRAWFORD, Henry H. (1816- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: CRITTENDEN, George B. (1810- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Major from NY

*2: CROSE, Henry (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: CULL, Charles (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Switzerland

CURRIE, Algeron: Eugene, Ore. � Algernon S. Currie, aged 83, a pioneer harness and saddle maker of Eugene, died here a few days ago after a week's illness. He was a pioneer of 1849, having come across the plains from Missouri to california soon after gold was discovered in that state. He engaged in mining there for many years, coming here 25 years ago and engaging in the harness and saddle business. He had not been actively engaged in business for about 15 years. He laves a wife, and the following children: Miss Margaret Currie, Mrs. Mattie Inman, Charles E. Currie, and Joseph A. Currie, all of Eugene. [The Spokesman Review, Aug 30, 1907, Spokane, WA]

*2: CURTIS, Hudson J. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: CURTIS, Lee (1821- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VT

*2: CYLO, Joseph (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: DAILHMAN, Henry (1821- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: DAVIS, Benjamin (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: DAVIS, Joseph (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

*2: DAVIS, Thomas M. (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: DAWSON, John (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: DAY, Alford (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

DEADY, Mathew P. (1824-1893): m'd 24 Jun 1852 HENDERSON, Lucy Ann; Mathew was born 24 May 1824 Talbot Co, MD and died Mar 1893;  prominent lawyer in OR from 1849-1893; he was named to be a regent for University of Oregon in 1876

*2: DEDICKER, Jacob (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: DEETS, Joseph (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

DEGUIRE, John B. (1804- ):

DENNEY/DENNY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DENNEY, Robert W. (1825-1884): m'd HARVEY, Eleanor

DENNEY, Thomas Hicklin (1817- ): m'd KING, Berilla

*2: DERBACK, George (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: DEVENNY, Albert S. (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

DICKEY, Polly Miriam (1808-1899):

*2: DILDINE, Mariam (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from TN

DOANE, Nehemiah (1820-1905): m'd 1849 DRAPER, Matilda; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; OHS Mss #4237

*2: DOUCHENNY, Camile (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Canada

*2: DOUGHETY, Peter (1817- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: DOWER, Peter (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

*2: DOWLING, Christopher (1818- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

DURAN, William T. (1827-1902):

*2: EDWARD, John (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

*1: ELDER, Alfred R.: [* Mss #1089]

*1: ELDER, Maria Jane (1810-1888): m'd 1839 WATSON, Sanford

ELDRIEDGE, Freeman Edward (1826-1890):

ELLIOTT, William H. (1826- ):

*2: ERNEST, Beuhardt (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: FABU, Michel (1825- ):  U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

FAULCONER, Marcellus (1823-1907):

FERRELL, Ferdinand Sr. (1820-1879):

FINDLEY, Nancy (1810-1890): m'd 1829 HASKIN, William Anson; d/o David Sr. and Janet (Ritchie) Findley; cutoff for CA; died in St. Helena, Napa Co, CA

*2: FISHER, Hezekiel (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

*2: FITZGARD, Michael (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: FITZGERALD, William (1827- ):  U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

FITZHUGH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FITZHUGH, Eliza Jane (1847-1890): m'd CAREY, Jesse; d/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, George (1844-1919): m'd COX, Sarah Bell; s/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, John (1835-1903): m1. TURPIN, Mattie; m2. CANFIELD, Emily; s/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, Martha Frances (1832-1906): m1. DAVIS, []; m2. SHAW, Theodore H.; d/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, Nancy Catherine (1832-1920): m1. SHAMBROOK, []; m2. MARTINDALE, Alston; d/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, Phoebe Elizabeth (1827-1901): m'd CULVER, James R.; d/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, Polly Mary (1838- ): m'd ANDERSON, Daniel; d/o Solomon and Polly (Dickey) Fitzhugh

FITZHUGH, Solomon (1804-1884): m'd 1826 DICKEY, Polly Miriam; served in Oregon Senate 1860-1863; acquired DLC in Douglas Co

*2: FLANDER, Henry F.A. (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

FOLSOM, M. E.:

*2: FORDAMAN, Henry (1827- ):  U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: FORESTER, William (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: FOSTER, Lewis (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

FOSTER, Reuben R. (1828-1900):

FOX  FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FOX, Charles E. (c1827- ): was the town proprietor of Rainier, OR; apparently emigrated as a teamster with the U.S. Mounted Riflemen

*2: FRIDLEY, John (1831- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Switzerland

FRY, Laban: arr 17 Sep 1849

*2: GAFF, Frederick (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: GARDMAN, Columbus (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: GARIN, James (1827- ):  U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NC

GEER, Joseph T.:

GEISENDORFF, John:

GEISSLER, Adolph: arr 10 Oct 1849

GIBBS, George: civilian traveling with U.S. Mounted Riflemen; kept a daily journal

GIBSON  FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GIBSON, Daviess (1812- ): m'd 1839 INGALLS, Sophronia; s/o Samuel and Tabitha (Kennedy) Gibson; came west with brother (James) and brother-in-law (Joseph Ingalls) in the Glover train to look for land before bringing his family out; after his arrival he worked in Portland as a carpenter until he had built up some funds; went to CA gold fields with Ingalls brothers; returned east via Isthmus of Panama, arriving late in fall of 1850; was capt. of train in 1852

*1: GIBSON, James: s/o Samuel and Tabitha (Kennedy) Gibson; came west with brother Daviess; after returning east he settled in TX

*1: GIBSON, Randolph C. (1810-c1875): m'd 1843 OWENS, Mary Susan; wife died on claim in Nov 1850 leaving 3 sons, the two oldest boys followed her in death leaving only Randolph C. Gibson Jr. who lived to adulthood

*1: GIBSON, Son ( -1850): s/o Randolph and Mary (Owens) Gibson; died on claim in 1850

*1: GIBSON, Son ( -1850): s/o Randolph and Mary (Owens) Gibson; died on claim in 1850

*2: GILBERT, John (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*1: GILMORE, Lucinda (1823-1910): m'd 1844 STEPHENS, Adam; mother of eight children (Gabriella, William W., Mary A., infant, James S., Sarah J., Margaret Josephine, Lucinda Burilla); settled with husband in Marion County

*2: GINGER, David (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

GLASS, Robert (1823- ):

*1: GLOVER, Charles Peyton (1840-1922): m'd 1864 PALMER, Clarissa R.; s/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover

*1: GLOVER, John Philpot (1802- ): m'd 1828 GRAY, Rachel H.s/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover

*1: GLOVER, Louisa Jane (1844-1902): m'd CULVER, William; d/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover

*1: GLOVER, Maria (1827-1895): m'd 1844 GRAVES, John Pinkard; d/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover; mother of eleven children (David William, Philip Mortimore, Sarah J., Lorenzo D., Franklin Taylor, Flora Berger, Edward, John Marion, Grant, Wilbur S. and Dolly); settled with family in Marion Co

*1: GLOVER, Nicholas C. (1835-1956): s/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover; died to typhoid fever

*1: GLOVER, Philip Jr. (1829-1917): m'd EDMUNSON, Delilah, s/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover

*1: GLOVER, Philip Sr. (1795-1872): m'd 1819 KOONTZ, Sarah; s/o John and Matilda (Nettle) Glover

*1: GLOVER, William M. (1822-1892): m'd 1843 GRAVES, Jane Jett; s/o Philip and Sarah (Koontz) Glover

*2: GORDEN, James (1815- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: GORDON, George H. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lt. from MS

*2: GORE, James (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: GRASSON, Albert S. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from TN

*1: GRAVES, David William (1845- ): s/o John and Maria (Glover) Graves

*1: GRAVES, John Pinkard  (1824- ): m'd 1844 GLOVER, Maria; father of eleven children (David William, Philip Mortimore, Sarah J., Lorenzo D., Franklin Taylor, Flora Berger, Edward, John Marion, Grant, Wilbur S. and Dolly); settled with family in Marion Co

*1: GRAVES, Lorenzo D. (1852-1860): s/o John and Maria (Glover) Graves

*1: GRAVES, Philip Mortimore (1847-1923): m'd MILSTER, Ida; s/o John and Maria (Glover) Graves

*1: GRAVES, Sarah J. (1849-1907): m'd 1870 DALY, John H.; born on trail; d/o John and Maria (Glover) Graves

*2: GRAYSON, Jesse (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

GRAZER, Jacob (1825-1886): m'd 1852 GRIFFIN, Lucy; listed in Brazen Overlanders of 1845 and Genealogical Material in Donation Land Claims as emigrant to Oregon but he did not arrived in US from Germany until 1847.  The abstract of Donation Land Claims may have been a misreading of his year of arrival due to difficult-to-read documents and was then carried forward into other sources.  A biography mentioning one of his daughters and his obituary both state he was a pioneer of 1849.

GRIFFIN, Lucy:

*2: GRIST, William H. (1819- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

GROOMS, William:

GUERIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GUERIN, Jean Francois (1809-c1867?): m'd 1851 MCKAY, Isabelle; awarded citizenship in 1861, Multnomah Co; settled donation land claim in Marion Co in 1851 (webmaster note: it is believed that Guerin may have been in the territory much earlier and came back to settle in 1849-- any information pro or con on his arrival date would be appreciated)

*2: GUIN, William (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

*2: GUINEA, James (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: GUN, Patrick (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: GWEN, Patrick (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from TN

*2: HACKER, Frederick (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: HALSCOM, Benjamin (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from KY

*2: HANSLEY, Chrisopher (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

HARDING, Benjamin Franklin (1826- ):

*2: HARDMAN, Jasper H. (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IL

HARMS, T. (1818- ):

*2: HASSIM, Michal (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: HART, T. (1818- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

HARVEY, Charles:

*2: HAUEL, August (1818- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

HAUN, Catherine:

*2: HAWKINS, G. W. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lt. from NC

HAYDEN, Surgeon:

HICKLIN, Felix Grundy (1826- ):

HICKLIN, John Lindsey Dr. (1793- ):

HILL, George Washington: s/o Elizabeth (Lane) Hill

 

HILL, Isaac: m'd 26 Dec 1826 FINE, Elizabeth; returned east and emigrated again in 1852 bringing his wife, five children and other family members.  See 1852 listing.

HILL, James: m'd 1849 SMALL, Jane; James was originally emigrant of 1847.  See his bio under that year.

HILL, Lagrande: s/o Isaac and Elizabeth (Fine) Hill

HILL, Mary Louisa: m1. KEITH, [   ]; m2. KELLEY, Eb

HILL, Sterling: s/o Claiborne Hill, nephew of Isaac Hill

HILL, William: s/o Elizabeth (Lane) Hill

 

*2: HILL, William (1821- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

HOAG, Almina (1814-1880): m'd bef 1840 ST. JOHN, Daniel Bishop

*2: HOGAN, Thomas (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: HOLDEN, T.H. (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Surgeon from RI

HOVENDEN, Alfred (1824-1885):

*2: HOVEY, Alvin S. (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

HOWELL, Willie Blount (1829-1849):

*2: HOWLAND, George W. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen,  Lt. from RI

HUMASON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUMASON, Orlando:
 the "Father of Wasco County",  He left Ohio in the winter of 1849 and went by the southern route through Texas & Mexico ending up in California in 1850.  He eventually moved to Oregon in the spring of 1851, settling initially in Oregon City then taking out a DLC in Yamhill County later that year. He later served in the legislature, as Wasco County judge, Sheriff and Mayor of The Dalles, etc.

*2: HUMPHREYS, Christopher (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

HUNTINGTON, Darby:

*2: HUSELMAN, Philip (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: HUTZOR, George (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

*2: IMERSON, Frederick (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

INGALLS, Arthur: went to CA gold fields; returned east via Isthmus of Panama, arriving late in the fall of 1850; OHS: Mss #4145 arr 20 Sep 1849

INGALLS, Elizabeth: m'd BUTLER, []

INGALLS, Henry: went to CA gold fields; returned east via Isthmus of Panama, arriving late in the fall of 1850

INGALLS, Joseph: m'd c1851 GIBSON, Delilah; went to CA gold fields; returned east via Isthmus of Panama, arriving late in the fall of 1850

INGALLS, Roxia: m'd 1849 KEISER, []

*2: INGALLS, Rufus  (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Capt. and Quarter Master; credited with the building of Fort Vancouver

IRVING, William (1815-1872); arrived as master of brig �Success�; m�d Elizabeth DIXON, d/o James Baughman DIXON & Susan COPPLE:

IRWIN, Charlotte ( -1849): traveled with Pattison family; died in Blue Mountains 12 Oct 1849

JACKSON, J. B.:

JACKSON, John James (1815-1901):

*2: JOHNSON, Archabald (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: JOHNSON, David (1821- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

JOHNSON, Travis:

*2: JONES, Aquilla S. (1805- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

*2: JONES, Alexander (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

*2: JONES, Edward (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

*2: JONES, Fradonia B. (1839- ): d/o Llwelyn and Katherine Jones

*2: JONES, John (1817- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Scotland

*2: JONES, Katherine (1815- ): m'd JONES, Llwelyn, from NY

*2: JONES, Katherine (1836- ): d/o Llwelyn and Katherine Jones

*2: JONES, Llwelyn (1811- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Capt from NY

*2: JONES, William E. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lt. from VA

*2: JONES, W. E. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

*2: KALSTON, Charles (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: KAUHUKUSER, Valent (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: KEARN, Peter (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

KEITH, Isham: s/o Mr and Mary (Hill) Keith; traveled with Isaac Hill party which included his mother and stepfather

KELLEY, Eb: m'd HILL, Mary Louisa; traveled with Isaac Hill party

KELLY, Albert Rev. (1814-1873): m'd 1839 BINGHAM, Nira C.; s/o Samuel and Nancy (Kennedy) Kelly;  father of nine children (Samuel Bingham, Melvina Durinda, Samantha Caroline Taylor, Moriah Clinton, Silas Gilby, Martha Elizabeth Parrish, Philander Bascom, Lee Whitman and Marietta Gustina); settled in Multnomah Co; died 04 Dec 1873 Yakima, WA

KELLY, James (1819-1903): m'd 1863 MILLER, Mary

*2: KELLY, James M. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

KELLY, John:

KELLY, Moriah Clinton (1846-1927): m'd DELASHMUTT, Van B.; d/o Samuel and Nancy (Kennedy) Kelly

KELLY, Samantha Caroline Taylor (1844-1872): m'd AIKEN, James; d/o Samuel and Nancy (Kennedy) Kelly

KELLY, Samuel Bingham (1838-1858): s/o Albert and Nira (Bingham) Kelly

KELLY, Silas Gilby (1848-1920): m'd BAKER, Nellie Griffith; s/o Samuel and Nancy (Kennedy) Kelly

*2: KENNEDY, Bryon (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: KEYSLER, Joseph (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Switzerland

*2: KINGER, Christopher (1818- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: KINGSLEY, James (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

KIRKWOOD, John B. (1828- ):

KLEINHAMMER, Claus:

*2: KOCH, Bernard (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: KRUEHT, John (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: KUHN, Anthony (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

LAFOLLETTE, Charles

LANE, Elizabeth: m'd HILL, [   ]; traveled with  Hill party led by Isaac Hill , her son

LANE, Joseph B. Gen (1801-1881):

*2: LAUE, William B. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lt. from TN

*2: LAUGHRAN, A. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: LAURENCE, Charles (1835- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: LAURENCE, Thomas (1833- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: LEATHAM, Charles (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

LEWIS, John:

LEWIS, William Scott Rev. (1827-1865):

LINDSAY, Leftridge B.:

*2: LICORD, Fredrick (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

LIVERMORE, Maria (1828-1863): m'd 1847 WALLER, Thomas Orville

LOONEY, Elizabeth McClure (1839- ):

LOONEY, James Asbury (1848- ):

LOONEY, John Wesley (1840- ):

LOONEY, Margaret L. (1844- ):

LOONEY, Mary Ann (1842- ):

LOONEY, William (1813-1850):

*2: LORING, William W. (1812- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Colonel from FL [*Mss #909]

*2: LOTTHAMMER, Fredrick (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: LOVE, Alexander (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

LOVE, Lewis (1818- ):

*2: LUND, Henry (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

LYTLE, James:

LYTLE, Peter: arr 10 Sep 1849

*2: MADDOX, John W. (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from GA

*2: MAHEN, Robert D. (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Canada

*2: MANLY, Martin (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

*2: MANSFIELD, C.F.M. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

MARTIN, Anna (1834-1911):

MARTINDALE, Alston (1829-1901): m. 01 Sep 1855 SHAMBROOK, Nancy Katherine (Fitzhugh); Alston was born 28 Feb 1829 IN and died 07 May 1901 Douglas County, Oregon; buried Martindale Cemetery, Camas Valley, Douglas County, Oregon
s/o Henry Martindale and Nancy Johnson

*2: MAUGER, Agrestus (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: MAYHUGH, James (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

*2: McCARNELL, G.J. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: McCLOSKEY, John (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: McCLUHEN, William (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

McCLURE, Elmira (1819-1883):

McCORMICK, Matthew (1822- ):

McCULLEY, L. Mrs.:

*2: McCULLOCK, Patrick (1817- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: McDERMOT, James (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

McDONALD, H. (1825- ):

*2: McFALL, John B. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

McGERR, J. Dunlap:

*2: McKIBBEN, John C. (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: McQUADIE, John (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: McLAUGHLIN, Micheal (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: McNALLY, Christopher (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

McNARY, Alexander:

McNARY, James:

*2: McSWEENEY, Daniel (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: MEEKLEY, William (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

MENES, Francois ( -1867):

MILES, Jesse (1791- ):

*2: MILFORTH, Benjamin (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: MICOW, William D. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

MILLER, Father: brother of Samuel Miller of 1850 emigration

MILLER, Isaac:

MILLER, James:

MILLER, Jeff:

MINIER, Abraham T.: was actually emigrant to CA in 1845 where he stayed with family until removing to OR in 1849

MONTGOMERY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MONTGOMERY, John (1779-1868): m'd 1820 MOORE, Ellen; to CA in 1849 with 5 children, one son-in-law and a young granddaughter; stayed in CA until 1851 when they removed to Linn Co, OR; most members of this family stayed in OR but a few settled near Walla Walla, WA; some records indicate this is an emigrant of 1847

MOORE, Ellen (1801-1887): m'd 1820 MONTGOMERY, John ; some records indicate this is an emigrant of 1847

*2: MORGAN, J.B. (1819- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

*2: MORRIS, John (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from KY

*2: MORRIS, R.M. (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Capt from D.C. [*Mss #237]

*2: MOOTS, Alferd (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

*2: MORMON, William (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: MULHEARN, Henry F. (1813- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: MULLEN, Thomas (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: MULLINS, Charles (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from D.C.

*2: MULLINS, Henry (1816- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from D.C. [*Mss #909]

MUMFORD, Mary (1799-1881): m'd 1822 PATTISON, William; mother of 6 children (Martha, James, Nathan, Robert, William and Charles); buried Oakville Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR

MURPHY, William K. (1828-1904):

*2: MYRES, William (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: NANCE, Jesse (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

*2: NAPPET, John C. (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

*2: NEWTON, N. (1808- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Capt from CT

*2: NICHOLS, Isaac (1818- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

*2: NOBLE, John F. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, clerk from PA; [*Mss #1000]

NORTHRUP, Harvey (1831- ):

NORTON, Zachariah C. (1808- ):

*2: NOTER, William (1815- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

NOWELL, Nancy:

*2: O'HANAGAN, Thomas O. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: OLCOTT, James (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: OLIVER, John (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from SC

OSTRANDER, Abel:

OSTRANDER, Mary:

*2: OTTO, Ernest (1819- ):  U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

OWENS, Mary Susan ( -1850): m'd c1843 GIBSON, Randolph C.

*2: PACKWOOD, William H. (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IL

*2: PAGE, Josiah (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: PALMER, George W. (1832- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, clerk and Quarter Master from NY

*2: PALMER, James N. (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lieut. from NY

PARKHURST, Lewis:

PARSONS, Omri:

PATTISON, Charles (1833-1911): m1.19 Jun 1860 DAVIDSON, Armilda; m2. REDFORD, Sarah; s/o William and Mary (Mumford) Pattison; born 24 Dec 1833 Randolph Co, IL and died 08 Jun 1911 Shedd, Linn Co, OR;buried Oakville Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR; father of 4 children by first wife (Ida, Agnes, Anna and Joseph); father of 3 children by second wife (Nellie, Alice and John W.)

PATTISON, James (1824-1898): m'd c1847 WYLIE, Jane; s/o William and Mary (Mumford) Pattison; father of 6 children (William G., Mary J., Anna, John A., Margaret E. and James Renwick)

PATTISON, Nathan (1826-1893): m'd 03 Apr 1849 WARREN, Rachel E.; s/o William and Mary (Mumford) Pattison; born 1826 Randolph Co, IL and died 29 Sep 1893 Olympia, Thurston Co, WA; buried IOOF Memorial Park, Tumwater, Thurston Co, WA; wife died on 19 Jun 1849 at Ash Hollow and he never remarried; [OHS Mss #1072]

PATTISON, Robert (1828-1908): m'd 20 Jul 1859 EAKIN, Isabella; s/o William and Mary (Mumford) Pattison; born 13 Jan 1828 and died 09 Jan 1908; father of 5 children (William Theodore, George S., John Renwick, Margaret and Isabella); buried Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

PATTISON, William (1798-1873): m'd 1822 MUMFORD, Mary; father of 6 children (Martha, James, Nathan, Robert, William and Charles); buried Oakville Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR;

PATTISON, William (1830 -1890): s/o William and Mary (Murford) Pattison;buried Oakville Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR

PEASE, David Egbert (1820- ): m'd 1845 PEGG, Hannah; departed St. Joseph, MO 28 Apr 1849 and arrived in the Valley 05 Sep 1849; traveled with "Green and Jersey county Company"; settled at Astoria; [* Mss #60]

*2: PEASENER, William (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

PEGG, Hannah: m'd 1845 PEASE, David Egbert [* Mss #60]

*2: PEIRSON, William J. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

*2: PETERMAN, Joseph (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

*2: PHIFISTER, George (1816- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: PHILLIPS, Thomas (1817- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: POHLE, Hermon (1822- ):U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: POLK, William R. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: PORTER, Andrew (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lt. Colonel from PA

PORTER, David (1780-1849): m1. c1806 HOPKINS, Mary Elizabeth ( -1807); m2. CULTON, Nancy (1784-1867); traveled with son-in-law, Samuel Sitton; David Porter died of a stroke on the trail 16 Jul 1849 a days journey beyond Fort Hall on the way to Soda Springs and was buried beside the trail; his married children had emigrated to Oregon the year before;  Samuel Sitton went onto California where he was mining in 1850 but is back in Pike Co, IL in 1860.  "Samuel G. Sitton sent back the news of David Porter's death, and also according to an administrator's receipt signed by John Lyster, sent back the money David Porter had on his person when he dropped dead, some $333. The Sittons then went on with their ox team, reaching the gold fields after a journey of five and a half months."  [History of Pike County by J.M. Thompson Chapter 177]

*2: PORTER, Emily (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, laundress from MO

*2: PORTER, G.M.D.T. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Surveyor from PA

*2: PORTER, George (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Surveyor from PA

*2: PORTER, Mary (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen. laundress from MO

*2: PRESA, Isarenda (1842- ): d/o John Presa

*2: PRESA, John (1812- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, convict laborer from Canada

*2: PRIMBS, Charles (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: QUINN, Alexander (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: RANKIN, John (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Scotland

READ, Lewis (1815- ):

REDSALL, Thomas: OHS Mss #2986 arr 18 Nov 1849

REED, Cyrus A. (1825- ): m1. COFFIN, Lucinda; m2. CLIVE, Jennie

*2: REED, George W. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NH

REED, W.H. (1839- )

REEVES, Bartley (1828-1883):

*2: REID, William (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

*2: RHINEHART, Jacob (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: RHINES, George (1814- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

RICHARDSON, Elijah Thompson (1828-1913):

RICHARDSON, Obediah Waddle:

*2: RICHARDSON, Zacara (1831- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, black servant from PA

RIGDON, Amanda (1846- ):

*2: RITCHEY, Jacob T. (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NC

*2: ROBERTSON, William (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

ROBINSEN, Mary (1813-1894): m'd 1835 CANNON, George Washington; d/o Rev. William and Susannah Robinson who were emigrants of 1847

ROE, Ann:

ROE, G. C.:

*2: ROLLS, Jesse (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IL

*2: RUFF, Annie: m'd RUFF, Charles F.

*2: RUFF, Charles F. (1817- ): m'd [  ], Annie; U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Major from MO

*2: RUFF, Margaret (1847- ): d/o Charles and Annie Ruff

*2: RUFF, Mary (1844- ): d/o Charles and Annie Ruff

*2: RUSSELL, F.S.K. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Lt. from NY

RUSSELL, James H.:

RUSSELL, Lydia Ann:

*2: RUSSELL, Oscar (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: RYAN, James S. (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MS

*2: RYAN, John (1816- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: SADDLER, Frederick (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: SANDERSON, David (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: SANDERSON, William (1821- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: SCHAFFER, John (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: SCHECK, George (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: SCHILSK, Mathias (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: SCOTT, Eliezer G. (1817- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

SCOTT, John Tucker:

SETTLEMIER, George M.: [* Mss #60]; family started in 1849 but arrived in 1850; see 1850 listing

*2: SHADAGER, John (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

*2: SHANGHAEPS, Patrick (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

SIEVERS, Ernest:

SIEVERS, Fredrick:

*2: SIMENSON, Elizabeth (1805- ): m'd SIMENSON, John S.

*2: SIMENSON, James C. (1842- ): s/o John and Elizabeth Simenson

*2: SIMENSON, Janie (1830- ): d/o John and Elizabeth Simenson

*2: SIMENSON, John S. (1800- ): m'd [  ], Elizabeth; U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Major from PA

*2: SIMENSON, Margaret (1832- ): d/o John and Elizabeth Simenson

*2: SIMENSON, Samuel (1829- ): s/o John and Elizabeth Simenson

*2: SIMMONS, John (1824- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

SIMMONS, William:

SITTON, David Woods:

SMALL, Jane: m'd 1849 HILL, James

*2: SMITH, A.B. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: SMITH, Charles H. (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, surgeon from VA

*2: SMITH, Jacob (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: SMITH, James (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: SMITH, John (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from D.C.

*2: SMITH, Raphal (1833- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, servant from UT

*2: SMITH, William (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

SMITH, William P.

*2: SMITH, William V. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

*2: SONELL, Fredrick (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: SPAHN, Charles H. (1818- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: SPLAIN, Patrick (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: SPRATT, Pierce (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Miss

ST. JOHN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ST. JOHN, Daniel Bishop (1808-1880); m1. 1826 HOYT, Charlotte E. (1810-1830); m2. c1831 HOAG, Almina (1814-1880); Daniel was born on 1 June 1808 in Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on30 Dec 1880 near Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon.   Daniel first married Charlotte E. Hoyt on 15/25 Oct 1826 in New Canaan, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Charlotte was born on 1 June 1810 in NewYork. She died on 3 Sept 1830.
Daniel and Charlotte had one daughter - Martha Charlotte St. John.   Daniel married second Almina Hoag on 1 April 1831 or 1832 in Macedon, Wayne Co., New York. Almina was born on 5 March 1814 in Palmyra or Macedon, WayneCounty, New York. After Daniel died, Almina married Joseph Sage on 28 May1882 in Albany, Oregon. She died on 11 Aug 1903 in Coquille, Coos County, Oregon and is buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Coquille, Oregon with the last name of Sage. Daniel and Almina came to Oregon in 1849 with three of their children (William, Henry, and Hannah)

ST. JOHN, Hannah Jane (1847-1928): m'd WHITE, Francis Asbury; d/o of Daniel Bishop  and Almina (Hoag) St. John;Hannah Jane - born on 7 Aug 1847 in Rock County, Wisconsin and died on 20 Jul 1928 in Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon. Daniel had purchased land in Rock County, Wisconsin on Feb 19, 1846. Hannah married Francis Asbury White on 16 Dec 1862 in Marion County, Oregon ; buried Butteville Cemetery, Butteville, Marion Co, OR

ST. JOHN, Henry Bishop (1844-1933); m'd 18 Jun 1867 THARP, Sarah Eleanor; s/o of Daniel Bishop  and Almina (Hoag) St. John; Henry B. - born on 23 November 1844 New Berlin Township, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin and died on 10 Jun 1933 in Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia. He is buried in Oak Hill Burial Park, Lakeland, Polk County, Florida next to his daughter Carrie, Carrie's husband Endoris L. Fain, and Carrie's daughter Doris S. Fain Larson.; . Henry was living with Carrie and his granddaughter Doris Fain in Florida when the 1930 census was taken of Lakeland, Polk County, Florida. Henry must have travelled to Georgia to see a doctor about some ailment. His death certificate states he was living in the Valdes Hotel and his doctor had seen him from 25 May 1933 until his death 16 days later.  Henry was the  father of 8 children (Lena H., Nettie Way, Jessie H., Carrie E., Deby, Bert W., Emma E. and Maude)

ST. JOHN, William Abijah (1841-1909);m�d 1865 GOODELL, Cynthia Ann; s/o of Daniel Bishop  and Almina (Hoag) St. John. ; born 14 Nov 1841 Waukesha Co, WI and died 04 Dec 1909 Shedd, Linn Co, OR;William Abijah - born 14 Nov 1841 in New Berlin Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, died 4 Dec 1909 in Oakville, Linn County, Oregon, buried in Oakville Cemetery, Linn County. We can place William where he was born since Daniel had purchased land in the New Berlin Township on August 13, 1841 and William's letter. William traveled over the Oregon Trail with his parents and two siblings. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Company B, First Regiment, Oregon Cavalry on 21 January 1862 in Salem Oregon. He was discharged on 21 January 1865 at Fort Vancouver, Washington Territory. He married Cynthia Ann Goodell on 19 Mar 1865 in Champoeg, Marion County, Oregon.  father of six children (Charlotte Elizabeth, Ella Mae, Wesley L., Lincoln V., Frank Marion and Ira H.)

*2: STEIMS, Ruben (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from France

*2: STEMERS, August (1815- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from D.C.

*1: STEPHENS, Adam (1819-1891): m'd 1844 GILMORE, Lucinda; settled in Marion County where he was instrumental in establishing the first Baptist church in the area; father of eight children (Gabriella, William W., Mary A., infant, James S., Sarah J., Margaret Josephine, Lucinda Burilla); [OHS Mss #3880, Mss #233]

*1: STEPHENS, Gabriella (1845-1866) m'd 1864 ARMSTRONG, J.J.; d/o Adam and Lucinda (Gilmore) Stephens

*1: STEPHENS, William W. (c1849- ): s/o Adam and Lucinda (Gilmore) Stephens

*2: STEWART, James (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Capt from SC

STILLMAN, Edward D. (1828- ): crossed the plains as a wheelwright for the U.S. Mounted Riflemen; after arrival was engaged to repair and run the McLoughlin sawmill for General Lane.

*2: STOCEY, James (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

STRINGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:

STRINGER, Bluford (1809- ): m'd 1832 CARROLL, Elmira; s/o William Reuben and Delilah (Owen) Stringer; mother was a pioneer of 1851; started from Peoria Co, IL; settled Linn Co, OR

STRINGER, Elizabeth A. (c1842- ):

STRINGER, Ephraim Bluford (c1835):

STRINGER, James (c1844- ):

STRINGER, Jeral (c1840- ):

STRINGER, John W. (1834-c1866):

STRINGER, Julia A. (c1848- ):

STRINGER, Lewis (c1838- ):

STRINGER, Sylvester (c1846- ):

*2: STURGEON, Samuel J. (1831- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from ME

*2: SURGEON, Samuel J. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

SUMMERVILLE, Henry B.

*2: SUMMIT, George J. (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

TALBOT, C.B. (1840- ): oldest s/o Mr. and Mrs. Talbot; claims to have been the first newsboy in the NW, working first for the Oregonian and eventually adding other newspapers to his list.

TALBOT, Daughter:

TALBOT, Mr.:  family left home near Monmouth, IL 04 Mar 1849 with 2 wagons, 4 yoke oxen, 2 span horses, a mare and a cow; when they arrived they had a wagon bottom and the wheels of the light wagon, one ox of the original team, the mare and a cow.  Shortly after arrival the ox fell in a pit and was killed and the mare was killed by wolves; family included the parents, 3 sons (including C.B.) and a daughter; family arrived 14 Nov 1849 across the river from Portland

TALBOT, Mrs:

TALBOT, Son1:

TALBOT: Son2:

TALLMAN, Samuel (1817- ):

*2: TAYLOR, Isaih B. (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

TETHEROW, Greenberry J. (1828- ):

*2: TENET, Margaret (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, enumerated with riflemen, from Germany

THOMPSON, D.M. (1830- ):

THOMPSON, Hannah: m'd Mr. Pratt after the death of his wife on the trail.  She went with him to CA while her parents continued on to OR

THOMPSON, Mr. :

THOMPSON, Mrs.:

*2: THOMPSON, Miles (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from KY

*2: TOMPSON, John (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

*2: TRAFFORD, Charles (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: TRAINER, Martin (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: TRAVERS, Monimia (1801- ): black servant for Capt. Llwelyn Jones family, from VA

*2: TREVAITS, Ezekiel (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Ireland

*2: TURK, Frederick (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from OH

VANPEER, Henry (c1820- ):

*2: VANTHORP, Edward (1830- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: VELDIN, Charles (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

WALDO, John B.:

WALKER, James (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, Capt. from MO

WALKER, Oliver Jefferson (c1829- ):

*2: WALL, Andrew J. (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

*2: WALL, Henry C. (1829- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD


WALLER, Emily (1820-1888): m'd 1838 BRUNK, Harrison; d/o Thomas and Jane Waller; father died in 1830 and mother came in 1847 emigration [photo contributed by Gene Jacobs]  


WALLER, Mary Ann (1819-1863): m'd 1835 BOOTHBY, Reason Rounds; d/o Thomas and Jane Waller; father died in 1830 and mother came in 1847 emigration [photo contributed by Gene Jacobs]
 

WALLER, Reason:


WALLER, Thomas Orville (1822-1913): m1. 1847 LIVERMORE, Maria; m2. 1879 ATTERBURY, Rachel; s/o Thomas and Jane (McNary) Waller; built first store at Eola, Polk Co, OR; spent a short time in eastern Oregon and then returned to Polk Co where he was in business for years [photo contributed by Gene Jacobs]

*2: WARNER, George (1817- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

WARREN, Rachel (1831-1849): m'd 03 Apr 1849 PATTISON, William; born 25 Mar 1831 Randolph Co, IL and died on trail 19 Jun 1849 at Ash Hollow of cholera

WATSON, Elesha: OHS Mss #2887; arr Albany 17 Sep 1849

*1: WATSON, Sanford (1801- ): m'd ELDER, Maria Jane [* Mss #1089]

*1: WATSON, Virginia (c1840- ): m'd APPLEGATE, [ ]; d/o Sanford and Maria (Elder) Watson; OHS Mss #233, 18pp departed Springfield, IL Mar 1849, arrived Oregon City Sep 1849

WATSON, William J.:

WATSON, William P. (1828- ):

*2: WEAVEL, Henry (1822- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

WEBER, John:

WEBER, Rose Dietz:

*2: WEBSTER, William H. (1831- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

*2: WEISCHEL, Fredrick (1825- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from PA

*2: WEST, Luke P. (1816- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Mass

WHEELER, Truman ( -1849): s/o Deland and Margaret (Court) Wheeler; brothers came in 1847 and 1848; Truman died enroute near Salt Lake, Ut

*2: WHIGART, Joseph (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: WHITE, Edward (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

*2: WHITE, James (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

*2: WHITE, Philip (1819- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from VA

WHITEAKER, John (1820- ):

WHITLOCK, William Jr. (1849- )

WHITLOCK, William Sr.:

WIGLE, Catherine:

*2: WILD, Charles (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: WILHELMIE, Ernesto (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Sweden

WILHOIT, Henry:

*2: WILLIAMS, George (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from MD

*2: WILLIAMS, John (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from England

*2: WILLSON, Robert (1820- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, satter from MO

*2: WINTER, Morris (1823- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: WINTERHOLTER, Marli (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: WITHERALL, Wells (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Mass

WOOD, William (1822- ):

WOODWORTH, C. S. (1819- ):

*2: WORD, Thomas (1827- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NH

WREN, George P. (1825-1882):

*2: WRIGHT, Isaac N. (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from IN

WYLIE, Jane(1829-1923): m'd c1847 PATTISON, James: born 21 Jun 1829 Scotland and died 12 Oct 1923, Olympia, Thurston Co, WA; mother of 6 children (William G., Mary J., Anna, John A., Margaret E. and James Renwick)

YOUNG, Kate K. (1836-1922):

*2: YOUNG, Joseph (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from NY

*2: ZEIGLER, Henry (1828- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: ZETTER, Fredrick (1826- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

*2: ZIMMERMAN, Anda (1816- ): U.S. Mounted Riflemen, soldier from Germany

Sources:
Mss #60, Oregon Historical Society;David Egbert Pease, departed St. Joseph, MO 28 Apr 1849 and arrived Willamette Valley 05 Sep 1849; traveled with "Green and Jersey County Company"

Mss #233, Oregon Historical Society; Virginia Watson Applegate, child of 9, "Reflections of Childhood 1840-1852", departed Springfield, IL Mar 1849 and arrived Sep 1849; traved with Watson party and then Stephens party

Mss #237, Oregon Historical Society; Justin Chenowith, surveyor and mailman, diary 1849-1852, letter; departed Ft. Leavenworth, KS 04 Jun 1849 and arrived Oregon City 15 Nov 1849; traveled with US Mounted Riflemen

Mss #297, Oregon Historical Society; Paris Swazey Pfouts, 51pp, miner; departed Missouri River 03 May 1849 and arrived CA fall of 1849; traveled back east after five years in the west

Mss #621, Oregon Historical Society; Joseph Warren Wood; 281 pp, miner, departed Walworth, WI 09 Apr 1849 and arrived Sacramento, CA 19 Oct 1849

Mss #813, Oregon Historical Society; Elisha Nelson Sargent; 9 pp, departed IN 17 Mar 1849 and arrived CA gold mines 1849

Mss #909, Oregon Historical Society; George H. Abbott; 9pp, soldier, crossed with mounted rifle regiment from Ft. Leavenworth to Oregon City; departed 10 May 1849 and arrived 10 Oct 1849

Mss #1000, Oregon Historical Society; John F. Noble, 6 pp, soldier/indian agent/rancher; departed Harrisburg, PA 09 Apr 1849 and left St. Louis, MO 23 Apr 1849 by boat; arrived Ft. Leavenworth 06 May 1849; traveled with US Mounted Riflemen

Mss #1072, Oregon Historical Society; William Pattison, 9pp, farmer; departed St. Louis, MO 10 Apr 1849 and arrived Willamette Valley 03 Nov 1849

Mss #1089, Oregon Historical Society, Dye Collection Box 1; Sanford and Maria E. Watson, 4 pp; departed Springfield, IL and arrived OR 1849

Mss #1165, Oregon Historical Society; David McCully; 4pp, miner; departed New Brunswick Mar 1849 and arrived CA gold mines 1849; returned east through Panama 1850 and arrived in OR Sep 1852

Mss #1508, Oregon Historical Society; Linus Brooks, letter, 2pp, departed Ft. Kearny, CA 1849 and arrived Brooks, OR 1849

Mss #1508, Oregon Historical Society; Amsell J. McCall, 86 pp journal and newspaper article; departed St. Joseph 05 May 1849 and arrived Sacramento, CA 17 Sep 1849; traveled with Robidoux train

 


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