Emigrants to Oregon in 1850
compiled by Stephenie Flora
oregonpioneers.com
copyright © 2004


 

 The following is an incomplete list of those traveling to Oregon in 1850.  I will be making updates and additions as I find them.  If you have corrections or additons to make please contact me via the comments selection at the bottom of this page.

 

Captains of 1850

Emigration estimates for the year 1850 state that approximately 6,000 emigrants headed for Oregon, while 2,500 went to Utah and 44,000 cutoff for California.  The gold rush was still on and California was the primary destination for many families.  Those choosing the Oregon Territory as their destination are listed below.

*1: Hardman Party

*2: Preston Morris Party; this party left spring of 1850 from Adams Co, ILL heading for California but apparently changed routes and went to Oregon. On the 1850 Census they were living in Oregon City but by 1851 Preston Morris had filed a DLC in Linn Co, OR; per Jean Laws at Ivyshire@cs.com

*3: Capt. Alfred Wilson:

*4: Capt. Parrish

*5: Capt. Ball

*6: Capt. Bailey

*7: Party of 5 individuals that had 2 wagons, 2 horses per wagon plus and extra horse for each man except the drivers

*8: Captain of this party unknown at this time

*9: Captain of this party unknown at this time

*10: Capt. Lewis

*11: Capt. Riggs: train was hard hit by cholera and marauding indians.  At Fort Hall some turned back and the remainder joined the Lewis Train

*12: Capt. Dominic Mansfield; arrived Oct 1850 with 100 wagons; appears it may have merged with *10 Lewis train

*13: Capt. Charles B. Johnson; soon after reaching the Kansas line cholera broke out in the train and they stayed in camp for 3-4 weeks; several in the party died and were buried on the plains; although originally headed for CA they made the decision at Fort Hall to continue on to Oregon

*14: Capt Calvin C. Reed: train consisted of about 50 wagons; arrived Oct 1850 from Ray Co, MO

*15: Capt. unknown; was about 15 wagons in the train; left from St. Joseph; reached Laurel Hill about Oct 20

*16: Capt. unknown, party of 11 men left St. Joseph, MO 29 Jun 1850

*17: Capt. William Harpool/Harpole

*18: Capt. Stanley Umphlet: led a small train of family and friends from IL; started out with 8 wagons and 20 persons

*19: Capt. unknown, left Council Bluffs, IA 06 May 1850 in train of 56 well-armed men, 2 old men exempt from guard duty, 4 women and 5 children, traveled south side of Platte river, Barlow Road; arrived 117 days later

*20: Ambrose train

*21: Linus Brooks Train left Beardstown, IL 28 Mar 1850.  Other families joined and the final train consisted of 25-30 persons.

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

 

Emigrants To Oregon in 1850

Note:  All women in the list will be listed by their maiden name EVEN if they are married at the time of emigration.

ABERNETHY, Alexander:

ACHILLES, Shubel Collins (1820-1894): m'd 1868 BENDER, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Charles and Mary (Montgomery) Achilles; carpenter, buried Columbian Cemetery, Portland, OR

Sarah Jane ADAMS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ADAMS, Annie: m'd WEAVER, William

ADAMS, Sarah Jane: m'd CORNELISON, Joseph Columbus

ADAMS, Sebastian Cabot Jr. (1825-1896): m1. 06 Feb 1851 MCBRIDE, Martha E.; m2. RHAEL, Martha; m3. 12 Jun 1890 BAKER, Sarah A. (m1. Siebert, m2. Babcock, m3.  1890 S.C. Adams); s/o Sebastian and Eunice (Harmon) Adams; born 28 Jul 1825 OH and died 07 Jan 1898 Salem, Marion Co, OR; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR;  father of 4 children by first wife (Lucy Louisa, John Quincy, Loring K and Emma A.); father Sebastian C. Adams Sr. came to Oregon in 1852 with son, Oliver Harmon Adams, but died on the trail before he reached Oregon

ADAMS, Seth:

ADAMSON, Esther Ann (1822-1900): m'd 21 Jan 1841 JOHNSON, James Harrison; born 28 Feb 1822 OH and died 19 Aug 1900 Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; mother of 5 children (Sarah Rebecca, Nancy Elizabeth, Mary Catherine, Infant and Martha Jane)

ALBERSON, John (1850- ): s/o Solomon and Sally (Coy) Alberson

ALBERSON, Solomon (1819- ): m'd 1845 COY, Sally Ann; s/o Early Alberson; settled Marion Co

ALBERSON, William E. (1847-1913 ): m'd 1868 DARLAND, Amanda I.; s/o Solomon and Sally (Coy) Alberson; went to CA shortly after marriage; returned c1878; died Alberson, Harney Co, OR

*12:  ALFORD, Albert L. (1833-1921): m'd 1854 BRINKER, Catherine K.; s/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford; buried Medford IOOF Cemetery, Jackson Co, OR

*12: ALFORD, Calvin (1846-1850): s/o Thomas and Mary (Mansfield) Alford; drowned at the crossing of the Platte River in Nebraska

*12: ALFORD, Elizabeth (1827-1914): m'd 1847 RODGERS, Milton Alexander; d/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford; buried Alford Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

*12: ALFORD, James Knox Polk (1849-1886): m'd 1871 SCRIVENER, Cynthia E.; s/o Thomas and Mary (Mansfield) Alford

*12: ALFORD, Jesse Cornelius (1849-1876): m'd CARTWRIGHT, Narcissa; s/o Russell and Martha (Rodgers) Alford

*12: ALFORD, John R. (1849- ): s/o William and Mary (Mansfield) Alford

*12: ALFORD, Lucinda (1841-1889): m1. PAYNE, [ ]; m2. LEWIS, [ ]; m3. WINN, [ ]; d/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford

*12: ALFORD, Manerva (1835-1895): m'd 1851 MANSFIELD, James Matthew; d/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford; buried Douglas Cemetery, Troutdale, OR

*12: ALFORD, Matilda (1831-1866): m'd 1847 MANSFIELD, Moses; buried Phoenix Cemetery, Jackson Co, OR

*12: ALFORD, Russell (1824-1882): m'd 1848 RODGERS, Martha Jane; s/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford; settled in Linn Co; died at Harrisburg, OR

*12: ALFORD, Thomas (1802-1892): m'd 1821 CUPP, Kezia; " was born 13 May 1802 Wythe County, VA; his father died when he was about 2 years old and his mother moved to TN when he was 8, she died two years later; Thomas married Kesia Cupp (b.16 Dec 1802, d. 10 Aug 1842), daughter of Jacob Cupp and Sibby Breeding, 1821 in Claiborne Co, TN; about 1834 moved to Chariton County, MO where his wife died. Ten children were born to Thomas and Kesia.  Thomas married second: 21 Dec 1843, Mrs. Mary "Polly"(Williams) Mansfield (1823-1850).  She was the widow of Nicholas Mansfield (1820-1842), by whom she had one son, John Nicholas Mansfield (b. 1842).  On 5 May 1850, Thomas, his second wife, their two young sons, her son Nicholas, and his older children, joined a wagon train led by Moses (or Dominic) Mansfield for OR.  His wife and one young son died of cholera on the plains. Mary (Williams) Alford bore 3 children to Thomas.  He arrived 27 Oct 1850, settled claim 1 Oct 1851 about 4 miles NE of Harrisburg and married third: 3 Feb 1854 in Linn County to Miss Emeline Galey (b. 1825 IL - d. 20 Feb 1895).  Together they had six children, four of whom lived to adulthood; Thomas d. 20 Nov 1892and was buried in Alford Cemetery.  He was the father of 19 children: William (1822-1901), Russell (1824-1882), Elizabeth (Alford) Rodgers(1827-1914), Matilda (Alford) Mansfield (1831-1886), Albert L. (1833-1921), Minerva (Alford) Mansfield (1835-1896), Thomas B. (1839-1901), Lucinda (Alford) Payne Winn Lewis (1841-1889), Calvin (1846-1850), James. K.P. (1849-1886), George M. (1854-1938), Isaac N. (1857-1914), Sarah J. (Alford ) Leach (1857-1884), Eliza E. (1859-1862), Delila A. (Alford) Barnett (1862-1884), Susan C. (1863-1868), and three unnamed." [by Arlene F. Mansfield and Alicia Roundy Houston]

*12: ALFORD, Thomas (1839- ): m'd c1860 STANLEY, Charlotte F.; s/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford

*12: ALFORD, Thomas (1802-1892):m1. 1821 CUPP, Kesia; m2. c1845 MANSFIELD, Mary Williams; m3. c 1853 GALEY, Emeline

*12: ALFORD, William (1822-1901): m1. 1844 MURRAINE, Susam; m2. 1847 MANSFIELD, Mary Ann; s/o Thomas and Kezia (Cupp) Alford

ALLEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ALLEN, Elizabeth: m'd 1844 BROWN, Samuel

ALLEN, Elizabeth B. (1841- ): d/o William and Martha (Partlow) Allen

ALLEN, John Ceton (1825-1889): m'd 1851 MCNARY, Nancy Catherine; s/o Isaac and Margaret (Miller) Allen; emigrant to CA in 1846; removed to OR in 1850; settled Polk Co

ALLEN, Marian W. (1848- ): d/o William and Martha (Partlow) Allen

ALLEN, Martha W. (1850- ): d/o William and Martha (Partlow) Allen

ALLEN, William Richardson Dr. ( -c1851): m'd 1846 Tull PARTLOW, Martha Ann; credited with saving 700 victims of cholera on the trail;  OHS #655 9pp

ALLINGHAM, William W. (1826-1906): m'd 1855 BRAMWELL, Sarah; s/o George and Ruth (Warren) Allingham;  born Mar 1826 KY and died 1906 in Lane Co, OR; settled in Linn Co but by 1870 was residing at Starrs Point, Benton Co ;  brother, David W. Allingham,  came to OR in 1852;  William was the father of seven children (George H., Clarissa, Horatio Edgar, Owen B., Lola A., Winfield and Alma I.)

ALSEN, John (1828- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer


*20: AMBROSE, Alfred T.: (1822-1912): m'd 1847 WOODSON (LYNN), Virlena; s/o William  Ambrose; Alfred was born Sep 1822 MO and died 20 Jun 1912 Yoncalla, Douglas Co, OR; for many years ran a stage stop in Douglas Co, OR; buried Applegate Pioneer Cemetery, Yoncalla, Douglas Co, OR;  father of James Marion (1849 - 1931),  Nathan A. (1852-1919), Josephine Belle Ambrose (1854-1927), Eugene (1856-1927), Verlena E. (1861-1945), Alfred T Ambrose (1864 - 1900);  Verlena Lynn Woodson  was the widow of Jesse Lafayette Woodson who was killed in an accident in 1846;
Lynn-Ambrose-Woodson Family Photos contributed by Dianne Johnson

*20: AMBROSE, James Marion (1849-1932): m'd STALEY, Clara; s/o Alfred and Virlena (Lynn) Ambrose; James was born 01 Oct 1849 Boone Co, MO and died 28 Sep 1931 Yoncalla, OR; buried Applegate Pioneer Cemetery, Yoncalla, Douglas Co, OR; father of Ann M. Ambrose (1873- ); Charles Gustavus Ambrose (1876- ); James Merzies Ambrose (1881-1959); Alma Carrie Ambrose (1884- ); Elma Clara Ambrose (1884- ); Grover Cleveland Ambrose (25 Oct 1888-1967)

ANDERSON, Daniel Lafayette (1830-1918): m'd 1854 FITZHUGH, Mary Ann; s/o Thomas and Hannah Anderson; settled Douglas Co

ANDERSON, Jenetta: m'd MILLER, Malcolm

ANDREWS, James (1830- ): m'd 1855 KIBBEY, Sara; settled Polk Co

ANKENY, Alexander Postlewaite Capt. (1823-1891): m'd 1843 BUTLER, Ruth Ann

ANKENY, Arabella Josephine (1848- ): d/o Alexander and Ruth (Butler) Ankeny

ANKENY, Henry Edward (1844-1906): m'd 1866 STRYKER, Cordelia Lydia; s/o Alexander and Ruth (Butler) Ankeny

ANKENY, Levi Schmidt (1845-1901): m'd NESMITH, Jame;  s/o Alexander and Ruth (Butler) Ankeny

ANKENY, Orewaca Lelia (1849-1897): m'd COOKE, Vincent; d/o Alexander and Ruth (Butler) Ankeny

ARBUCKLE, Joseph Warren (1848-1922): s/o Robert and Rhoda (McDonald) Arbuckle; buried IOOF Cemetery, Lebanon, OR

ARBUCKLE, Robert (1819-1912): m'd 1845 MCDONALD, Rhoda; settled Lane Co; buried Long Creek Cemetery, Grant Co, OR

ARMSTRONG, William (1832- ): settled Linn Co

AUBREY, Angelina (1810- ): m'd AUBREY, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

AUBREY, Eliza C. (1845- ): d/o Thomas and Angelina Aubrey; m'd 1863 MILLIRONS, Thomas A.

AUBREY, Elizabeth (1833- ): d/o Thomas and Angelina Aubrey

AUBREY, Marian (1840- ): d/o Thomas and Angelina Aubrey

AUBREY, Marshall (1829- ): s/o Thomas and Angelina Aubrey

AUBREY, Milton T. (1830-1918): m'd 1856 BLAKE, Tabitha Frances; settled Lane Co

AUBREY, Thomas  N. Dr. (1800- ): m'd Unknown, Angelina; in 1852 Thomas N. Aubrey was representative to Oregon House of Representatives from Lane Co

AUBREY, Thomas (1836- ): s/o Thomas and Angelina Aubrey

AUBREY, William L. (1848- ): s/o Thomas and Angelina Aubrey

BACKUS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1: BACKUS, Aaron R. (1848- ): m'd CIRCLE, Mary E.; s/o Gideon and Mary (Hardman) Backus

*1: BACKUS, Cyrus Franklin (1845-1906): m'd LEEDY, Elizabeth; s/o Gideon and Mary (Hardman) Backus

*1: BACKUS, Gideon W. (1817-1900): m1. 1840 HARDMAN, Mary Ann; m2. HOWE, Esther; s/o Seth and Elizabeth (Hammel) Backus; settled Linn Co; buried Idlewild Cemetery, Hood River, OR

*1: BACKUS, Gideon M. (1847- ): s/o Gideon and Mary (Hardman) Backus

*1: BACKUS, Joseph A. (1849- ): m'd KISER, Mary C.; s/o Gideon and Mary (Hardman) Backus

*1: BACKUS, Levi Oakes (1843-1885): m'd RITTER, Polly J.; s/o Gideon and Mary (Hardman) Backus

*1: BACKUS, Mary: m'd HARDMAN, Benjamin

*1: BACKUS, Sarah (1844- ): d/o Gideon and Mary (Hardman) Backus

*17: BAKER, Harrison (1814- ): m'd 1825 HENDERSON, Elizabeth; settled Marion Co, ran freight from Turner to Oregon City

BAKER, John W. (1832- ): settled Marion Co

17: BAKER, Mary (1850-1922): m'd HOWD, Julius C.; d/o Harrison and Elizabeth (Henderson) Baker

BAKER, William (1800- ): m1. ; m2 1859 [ ], Alice T.

BAKER, William W. (1828- ): m'd 1849 HACKNEY, Frances Isabel; settled Washington Co

BALES, Charles (1826- ): m'd 1848 BELKNAP, Eleanor

BALES, Jasper (1849- ): s/o Charles and Eleanor (Belknap) Bales

BALES, Oliver (1829- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Malinda; settled Lane Co

BARBUR, James A. (c1825- ): m'd 1853 ALFREY, Elizabeth R.; settled Polk Co

BARCLAY, Eliza Jane (c1837- ): m'd RICHARDSON, [ ]; d/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay; after mother died on trail she took care of siblings

BARCLAY, James Eusebius (1827-1892): m'd 1877 Herron (NEILL), Mary Wallace; s/o Robert and Mary (Hubbard) Barclay; settled Benton Co

BARCLAY, James Richard (1844-1930): m'd REEVES, [ ]; s/o Willam and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARCLAY, Lucy Ann (1841- ): d/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARCLAY, Margaret (1846-1932): m'd 1865 HINTON, Thompson D.; d/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARCLAY, Mary Elizabeth (1842-1923): m'd RICKARD, Andrew; d/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARCLAY, Rebecca Winifred "Winnie" (1848-1918): m'd LEVAUGH, William; d/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARCLAY, Robert Sterling (1838-1917): s/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARCLAY, William (1805-1889): m'd 1835 BROWN, Mary Ann; s/o Robert and Mary (Hubbard) Barclay

BARCLAY, William D. (1850-1931): m'd REEVES, Eliza; s/o William and Mary (Brown) Barclay

BARICHIO, Antonio (1831- ): settled Columbia Co; b. Austria

BARKER, James (1818- ): settled Washington CO

BARNES Family:

BARNES, George A.:  was originally emigrant of 1848; returned east in 1849 and led all of father's family west in 1850

BAUGHMAN, Jacob H. (1827-aft 1921 ): m1. 1847 TOWNSEND, Abigail; ,2 c1875 Woodward (HEADRICK), Martha

BAUGHMAN, Lafayette (1848-1850): s/o Jacob and Abigail (Townsend) Baughman; died of cholera and was buried near Steamboat Springs

BAUM, John: emigrant of 1847

BAUM, L. (1820- ): settled near Portland and was a merchant there

BAY, Henry A. (1848- ): s/o William and Nancy (Kirkpatrick) Bay

BAY, William F. (1820-1876): m'd 1844 KIRKPATRICK, Nancy Jane; settled Douglas Co

BEALS, H. Dr.:

BEAN, Obediah Roberts (1832- ): m'd 1853 SHARP, Julia A.; s/o Robert Bean; to CA 1850; to OR 1851; settled Yamhill Co; brother, James Riley Bean, was emigrant of 1845

BEANE, Joseph H. (1831- ):

BEARDSLEY, Orondo (1818-1866): m'd 1854 TOWNSEND, Anna; settled Marion Co; sailor for seven years; went to CA in 1849; to OR in 1850

BEARY, Solomon (1825- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Eliza Ann; settled Yamhill Co

BEATTIE, Charles Fountain (1827-1882): m'd 1853 [ ], Nancy Jane; s/o William and Rhonda (White) Beattie; settled Clackamas Co

BEATTY, James F. (1820- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

BEATTY, George (c1850- ): s/o William and Margaret Beatty

BEATTY, William F. (1818- ); m'd 1842 [ ], Margaret A.; settled Benton Co

BELCHER, James Madison (1823- ): m'd 1844 CHRISMAN, Margaret; s/o John and Sarah (Brown) BELCHER; settled Yamhill Co

BELKNAP, Eleanor (1825- ): m'd 1848 BALES, Charles

BELKNAP, Silas (1817- ): m'd 1836 TODHUNTER, Clarinda; settled Benton Co

BELL, John Colgate (1814-1906):  m1. m2 1845 WARD, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o William and Verlinda (Grimes) Bell; died Portland, OR; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, OR

BELL, Laura W.  (Bef 1845- ): m'd GRAY, J.D.H. d/o John Bell

BELLINGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:

*1: BELLINGER, Alwinda (1850- ): d/o Francis and Catherine (Hardman) Bellinger

*1: BELLINGER, (father of Francis)

*1: BELLINGER, (mother of Francis)

*1: BELLINGER, (3 brothers of Francis)

*1: BELLINGER, Francis L (1826- ): 1849 HARDMAN, Catherine

BELT, Alfred M. (1847- 1881): s/o Alfred and Nancy (Ward) Belt

BELT, Alfred Metcalf Dr. (1804-1881): m'd 1835 WARD, Nancy

BELT, Emily (1842- ): m'd JORDAN, J.W.; d/o Alfred and Nancy (Ward) Belt

BELT, John D. (1849- ): m'd 1878 HACKLEMAN, Nellie; s/o Alfred and Nancy (Ward) Belt; settled Marion Co; graduated from Willamette University 1865; farmed until 1878 when he moved to Salem and operated a drug store for 5 years

BELT, Joseph C. (1836- ): s/o Alfred and Nancy (Ward) Belt

BELT, Sarah Elizabeth (1840- ): m'd HUELAT, [ ]; d/o Alfred and Nancy (Ward) Belt

BELT, Thompson W. (1835- ): s/o Alfred and Nancy (Ward) Belt

BENNETT, James Abner (1808-1885): m'd 1840 BANE, Louisa E. R.; settled Benton Co; moved to Ada County, Idaho and operated a dairy farm; remains brough back to Corvallis for burial in Crystal Lake Cemetery

BENNETT, Squire:

BENSON, Newton (c1829- ): states he is married but is found living alone in 1854 census of Benton Co; no wife appears in 1860 or 1870 census either

*7: BENTLEY, William P.: settled Marion Co

BENTON, A. B. (1825- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

BENTON, Greer (1829- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

BERKSHIRE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BERKSHIRE, Mahala (1820-c1862): m1. GRIM, Jacob (divorced 1858); m2. CONE, []; d/o Otho and Sarah (Hamilton) Berkshire

BERRY, Charles (1820-1865): m'd 1853 LEMAISTRE, Rebecca

BIGGS, J.:

BILLS, Charles Franklin (1848- ): s/o Worthington and Henrietta (Wheatley) Bills; in WA by 1855 but may have emigrated after 1850

BILLS, Cincinnati (c1826-1871): m2. 1848 LYONS, Jane; m2. 1850 ADKINS, Anna Elizabeth; s/o Lemuel and Lydia Bills; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, OR; in OR by 1854 but may have emigrated later than 1850

BILLS, Lemuel (1802-1875): m'd 1823 [ ], Lydia; m2. [ ], Laura; died Steilacoom, Pierce Co, WA

BILLS, Worthington (1825-c1878): m1. 1847 WHEATLEY, Henrietta R.; m2. 1855 IRIE, Bridget Lucrecia Picereaseat; s/o Lemuel and Lydia Bills; settled WA; moved to MT c1860; in WA by 1855 but may have emigrated after 1850

BILLUPS, Charles (c1827- ): settled Multnomah Co; s/o John and Betty (Wilgus) Billupsz

BILYEU, Peter (1802-1877): m'd 1821 COKER, Jane; m2. WORKMAN, Nancy; s/o John and Sarah (McGrew) Bilyeu; wife did not accompany Peter to OR and they were divorced by 1859; wife later came to OR with daughters family

BINGHAM, Martin (1831- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Tabitha Jane; settled Linn Co

BLACKER, John H. (1811- ): settled Clackamas Co

BLACKMAN, Henry (1848-): m'd 1878 HEPPNER, Miss; emigrated to California in 1850 with his parents; moved to Heppner, Oregon in 1880 where he went into business with his brother-in-law, Henry Heppner

BLEVINS, Alfred (1837- ): m'd 1870 MAXIE, Lucina; s/o Isaac and Eliza (Maupin) Blevins

BLEVINS, Andrew Jackson (1835- ): m'd 1859 MILLER, Alvilda; s/o Isaac and Eliza (Maupin) Blevins

BLEVINS, Isaac (1799- ): m'd 1833 MAUPIN, Eliza

BLEVINS, Isaac C.: s/o Isaac and Eliza (Maupin) Blevins

BLEVINS, John: s/o Isaac and Eliza (Maupin) Blevins

BLEVINS, Pendleton: s/o Isaac and Eliza (Maupin) Blevins

BOISE, Reuben P. (1818-1907): m'd 1851 LYON], Ellen T.; lawyer, legistator, member of constitutional convention from Polk Co; circuit court judge; chief justice of Oregon Supreme Court; member of state capitol building commission which supervised rebuilding of capitol after it burned; settled Polk Co; died in Marion Co

*18: BONNEY, Hannah S.: m'd SHERWOOD, John

BONNEY, Mary Ann (1823-1916): m'd 1843 Boynton, Charles Oscar; d/o Truman and Pemelia (Townsend) Bonney; buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Clackamas Co, OR

BOONE, Daniel M. (c1828- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Elizabeth Ann; settled Polk Co

BOOTH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BOOTH, Robert A. (1820-1917): m'd 1845 MINOR, Mary; s/o John and Sarah (Scowcroft) Booth; to CA in 1850; returned east and emigrated to OR with family in 1852; a brother (Richard) emigrated to OR in 1847

BORGES, G. H. (1833- ):

BOTTS, Louisa ( -1852): m'd 08 Jun 1847 EMBREE, Calvin; d/o Seth and Elmina (Harper) Botts.  She was the mother of two sons George F. and John B Embree. Louisa died on the 11th of March 1852 and was buried on the their land about 8 miles south of Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR.

BOUNDS, James Lovelady (1831-1900 ): m'd 1853 LINVILLE, Rachel; settled Benton Co; died Nez Perce Co, ID

BOWGER, N.A. (1820- ):

BOWMER, John (1817-1906): cut off for CA

BOWMER, William Jr. (1823- ): cut off for CA

*18: BOYNTON, Bradford A. (1846- ): s/o Charles and Mary (Bonney) Boynton

*18: BOYNTON, C.C. (1822- ):

*18: BOYNTON, Charles Oscar (1826- ): m'd BONNEY, Mary Ann

*18: BOYNTON, Ebenezer Larned (1844- ): MORGAN, Lucinda; s/o Charles and Mary (Bonney) Boynton

*18: BOYNTON, Helen A. (1848- ): m'd MCCOWN, Clark; d/o Charles and Mary (Bonney) Boynton

*18: BOYNTON, M.A. (1824- ):

BRADFORD, Putman Flint (1826-1920): m'd 1852 [ ], Helen; buried Idlewilde Cemetery, Hood River, OR

BRADLEY, Indiana J. (1831- ): m'd 1850 HASKINS, John J.; d/o Thomas and Edith (West) Bradley

BRADLY, John (1833- ): settled Benton Co

BRATTAIN, John (1827-1893): s/o Paul and Mary (Hill) Brattain; born 1827 Morgan Co, IL and died 1893 Baker City, Baker County, OR; emigrated to the gold fields of CA in 1850 with his brother and came to settle in Oregon in the spring of 1851

BRATTAIN, Thomas Jefferson (1829-1909): m'd 30 Jun 1859 GILLESPIE, Permilla; s/o Paul and Mary (Hill) Brattain; born 02 Jan 1829 Morgan Co, IL and died 02 Dec 1909 Paisley, Lake Co, OR; emigrated to the gold fields of CA in 1850 and in the spring of 1851 came to settle in Oregon; father of 4 children (Celeste Maude, Elden Marcellus, Hazen Adelbert and Paul Jacob); sheriff or both Lake and Lane County

BRECK, John Malcolm Sr. (1828- ): arrived by ship

BRIDWELL, James W. (1829-1892): m1. c1857 REYNOLDS, Eliza A.; m2. BALL, Mrs. Mary H.; settled Polk Co; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

BRINGHAM, Martin:

BRINKER, Catherine K. (c1838- ): m'd 1854 ALFORD, Albert; d/o [ ] and Elizabeth (Stipple) Brinker

BRISCOE, Jane (1828-1879): m1. 1847 SUTHERLIN, Thomas (div 1859); m2. 1861 GARLAND, Daniel; m3. 1865 CYRUS, William; d/o John H. Briscoe; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co

BROADWELL, Jacob C. (1827- ): m'd 1865 MAY, Mary A.; to CA 1850, moved same year to OR; settled Oregon City; 1883 to Linn Co

BROCK, Vinyard C. (1816- ): settled Linn Co

BROCK, Walter Stuart (1824- ): m'd 1854 EGGLESTON, Mary; settled Lane Co

BRONSON, Gilbert P. (1818- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

BROOKS, Amasa (1825- ): to CA 1850; worked in San Francisco until 1852 when he removed to McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR

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; siblings appear to have gone to CA in 1850 so it is possible he accompanied them and then came into Oregon later that same year.

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

*21: BROOKS, Edgar Seldon (1838-1900): m'd PERKINS, Emma Florence; s/o Linus and Eliza (Humiston) Brooks; born 31 Jan 1838 Beardstown, IL and died 26 Jul 1900 Eugene, Lane Co, OR

*21: BROOKS, Eliza Maria (1835- ): m'd 30 Oct 1867 BRAINARD, William E.; d/o Linus and Eliza (Humiston) Brooks; born 20 Feb 1835

BROOKS, George (1780-c1850): m'd CLARK, Mary "Polly"; some family researchers state that George died in CA in 1850.  George would have been 70 years old at the time and I have found no documentation to suggest he made the journey, although several of his sons did.  The 1850 census shows his wife and some of their children still residing in Iowa so if he did travel to the gold fields it is apparent he planned on returning or sending for his wife later; father of 11 known children (Delia, George Washington, Ebenezer Jessup, Rachael, Julia Ann, Joshua, Caleb, Julius Caesar, Mary, Vienna Alpine and Durin Pinkney)

*21: BROOKS, Henry Jonathan (1842-1901): m'd 17 Feb 1870 RHOADES, Mary L., s/o Linus and Eliza (Humiston) Brooks; born 07 Mar 1842 IL and died 01 Jan 1901

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

*21: BROOKS, Linus (1805-1879):m'd 26 Apr 1827 HUMISTON, Eliza; s/o Johnathan  and Rachel (Clark) Brooks; born 25 Apr 1805 OH and died 03 Dec 1879; the town of Brooks in Marion County was named for him

*21: BROOKS, Samuel Linus (1830- ): m'd PENTLAND, Anna; s/o Linus and Eliza (Humiston) Brooks; born 08 Nov 1830 Geauga Co, OH

BROWN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BROWN, Alvira A. m'd REED, Calvin C.; The Reeds arrived at the Philip Foster Farm in Eagle Creek, Clackamas, Oregon - a few days after the birth of their 7th child Bianca. The birth occurred on the western slope of Mt. Hood on the Barlow Road. Alvira A. Reed died 17 December 1862 - Wilbur, Douglas, Oregon.

BROWN, C.J.: s/o George and Martha (Todd) Brown

BROWN, Catherine: m'd ELDER, Robert

BROWN, Elizabeth: m'd JONES, James; d/o George and Martha (Todd) Brown

BROWN, Elizabeth Mrs. ( -1896): died Woodburn, Marion Co, OR

BROWN, George W. (1817-c1893): m'd TODD, Martha Ann; father of 12 children; settled Benton Co

BROWN, James Henton Jr. (1842- 1921): m'd 1865 YOCUM, Evelyn; s/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, James Henton Sr. (1796-1875): m'd 1833 HUSSEY, Sophia Weston; emigrated with 3 wagons, six yoke oxen, team of horses and a spring wagon

BROWN, Jesse (1843- ): m'd 1866 MODIE, Effie E.; s/o George and Martha (Todd) Brown

BROWN, Joseph Edward (1844-1922): m'd METSKER, Nancy A.; s/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, Margaret Jane (1840-1908): m1. MCMEEKIN, Archibald; m2. SMITH, Irwin Lucien; d/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, Mary Elizabeth (1836-1926): m1. RANSDALL, Shelton; m2. LORD, Edwin Harvey; d/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, Nancy Ann ( -1850): m'd BARCLAY, William; died on trail of cholera; buried near Green River, WY; mother of 7 children; listed in some sources as Mary Ann

BROWN, Nancy Sophia (1850-1931): m1. c1870 SLEPPY, William F.; m2. 1893 BUELL, Samuel; d/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, Nathan Allyn (1848-1911): m'd FUGUA, Martha Alice; s/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, Samuel (1821- ): m'd 1844 ALLEN, Elizabeth

BROWN, Sarah (1838-1911): m'd SAVAGE, William Eugene; d/o James and Sophia (Hussey) Brown

BROWN, Walter: s/o George and Martha (Todd) Brown

BRUCE, James (1827- ): m'd 1857 KINNEY, Margaret; 1850 by ox team to California mines; participated in the Indian Wars, in later years settled in Benton County

BRUMLEY, Joseph L. (c1824-1880): m'd 1853 PATTISON, Margaret; returned east and came west again in 1853

BULL, Archibald (1813- ): settled Washington Co

BURGE, John (1793- ): m'd 1815 [ ], Polly; settled Linn Co

BURGE, John M. (1818- ): m'd 1845  [ ], Julia Ann; s/o John and Polly Burge; settled Linn Co

BURK, Ervin (1827- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Harriet C.; settled Multnomah Co

BURNETT, James Danforth (1822- ): m 'd LOVE, Margaret; s/o John and Lydia (Danforth) Burnett; father of eight children (Martha, Francis, Mary, Lydia, Thomas B., Virginia C., Lucile and Laura)

BURNHAM, Martin: OHS #635 45pp

BURT, George Arthur (1827-1909) arrived aboard a ship that also had as a passenger Captain Levi Scott and his sons. He worked his way south to (what is now) Yoncalla, taking out a claim on Sep. 27, 1850. After the APPLEGATE families moved to the area from the Willamette Valley, BURT later married Ellen APPLEGATE (1832-1867). Yoncalla in now sited upon BURT’s DLC.

BUSH, Asahel II (1824-1913): m'd 1854 ZIEBER, Eugenia; settled Marion Co; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, OR; publisher, banker, political leader; arrived via the Isthmus of Panama; Family Tree compiled by Kristy Lommen

BUTCHER, George W. (1830- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Sarah Jane

BUTLER, Benjamin D. (1819- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Elvira Josephine; settled Polk Co

BUTLER, Isaac M. (1831- ): m'd 1856 WEBB, Sarah; s/o Peter and Rachel (Murphy) Butler; settled Polk Co  

BUTLER, Junius J. (1815- ): m'd 1873 TONEY, Melinda; settled Yamhill Co; carpenter and farmer

BYBEE, James (1827- ): settled Clackamas Co

BYBEE, William: 1850?

CAIN, John W. (1829- ): settled Washington Co

CALDWELL, William S. (1824- ): settled Washington Co; was notary in Washington Co in 1857

CALKINS, L.H.

CALLAHAN, Zilpha (c1813-1888): m'd MCCOLLUM, Samuel

CALLENDER, Philo (1805- ): settled Clatsop Co

CAMPBELL, Elizabeth (c1827 -1850): died on trail; buried at Independence Rock

CAMPBELL, Faithful Amanda: m'd HARRIS, James

CAMPBELL, Ruth (1806-1897): m1. 1846 WATSON, Thomas; m2. 1848 PORTERFIELD, James Erastus; d/o Samual and Elinor (Duncan) Campbell.

CANE, William: 

CANFIELD, James (c1824- ): settled Washington Co

CAPLES, J.W. (1840- ): m'd 1866 GILSON, Harriet L.

CAPLES, Jacob G. (1820- ): m'd 1848 [ ], Margaret; wife did not accompany him and they were divorced by 1854; settled Columbia Co

CARMON, Waters (1811-1878): m'd 1835 BUCKMAN, Lavina

CARPENTER, William R. (1822- ):

CARTER, William D. (1828- ): m'd 1857 Uzafovage, Louisa A.

CARTER, W.E.:

CARWELL, Philip ( -1896): died Goldendale, WA

CARY FAMILY RESEARCHER:

CARY, Luther (1817- ): m'd 1848 [ ], Rebecca; settled Marion Co

CARY, Miles (1826- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Nancy Jane; settled Linn Co

CARY, Robert (1829-1903): m1. m2. GILLETTE, Huldah Jane; born 03 Feb 1829 near Independence, MO; died 17 May 1903; buried Franklin Butte Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; settled Linn Co

CASE, I.W.: settled Marion Co

CATON, Nathan T. (1833- ): m'd 1853 HERREN, Martha Ann; settled Marion Co

CHANCE, William:

CHANDLER, Daniel (c1830- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Martha Ann; settled Polk Co

CHASE, Henry M.: settled Linn Co

CHILDERS, Columbus  Washington (1828-1875): m'd 1853MORGAN, Eliza Jane;  s/o Robert and Mary (Surber) Childers; father of Elizabeth, Mary C., Francis "Frank", Asa (or Ada) Childers

CHILDERS, Henry Carroll (1835- ): m'd 1857 MCDONALD, Susan F.; m2. 1866 ASHBY, Lucy Ann; s/o Robert and Mary (Surber) Childers; father of Ripley and George Solomon by first wife; father of Grant Asby, Charles Henry and John Marion Childers by second wife.

CHILDERS, John Nierian (1832-aft 1860):  s/o Robert and Mary (Surber) Childers

CHILDERS, Lewis (1828- ): settled Clackamas Co

CHILDERS, Mary Ellen (1830-1923): m'd 1846 NYE, John S ; d/o Robert and Mary (Surber) Childers

CHILDERS, Robert (1802-1855): m'd 1828 SURBER, Mary Ann; s/o Moseby and Elizabeth (Jeffries) Childers; father of Columbus Washington, John Nieran, Henry Carroll, William Perry and Mary Ellen Childers

CHILDERS, William Perry (1843-1864): s/o Robert and Mary (Surber) Childers

CHILDS, Lewis H. (1825- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

CHILES, John B. (1820-1862): m'd 1846 [ ], Henrietta; settled Clackamas Co  

CHISHAM, James M. (c1820- ):  

CHISOLM, L. B.:

CHISOLM, Robert:

CHITWOOD, James: went to CA in 1850, visited Oregon and returned to Iowa in 1852. He crossed the plains again with his family in 1853.

CHOATE, Jesse L. (1800- ): m'd 1835 [ ], Ragenah S.; settled Clackamas Co

CHRISMAN, Ada ( -1850): m'd CHRISMAN, Walker; accompanied dau and son-in-law to OR in 1850; died on trail

CHRISMAN, Margaret (1820- ): m'd 1844 BELCHER, James Madison; d/o Walker and Ada Chrisman

CHRISMAN, Walker ( -1877): accompanied dau and son-in-law to OR in 1850; wife died on plains; resided in Yamhill Co for a time, to CA for time; returned to Yamhill Co where he remained until his death

CLAESSENS, William (1811- ): settled Marion Co

CLANCY, Joanna: m'd 1847 MCCORMICK, Matthew

CLARK, Charles:

CLARK, Joseph E.:

CLARK, Mary Jane: m'd CLARK, [ ]; d/o [ ] Rackleff

CLARK, Peter F. (c1829- ): traveled without family

CLARKE, Samuel A. (1827-1909): m'd 1852 BUCKINGHAM, Harriet Talcott; s/o George and Mary (Jessup) Clark; arrived via ship around the Horn; settled Marion Co; journalist

CLAYPOOL, Eliza D. ( -1897): m'd 1850 WHEELER, Jason

CLEASON, M.J. (1844- ):

CLUFF, Edward (1828- ): settled Yamhill Co

COCHRANE, James ( -1859): started with 2 span oxen, a light buggy,  and 2 Canadian ponies;  moved to Chehalis, WA c1851 where he ran an inn and ferry with his friend, George Washington, who was also an 1850 emigrant

COFFIN, S.C. (1825- ):

COLBY, Allen James (1848-1856): s/o Elias and Mary (Edwards) Colby; died Marion Co

COLBY, Elias F. (1811-1884): m'd 1841 EDWARDS, Mary M.; settled Marion Co

COLBY, Francis Ann (c1842- ): m'd FORWARD, Blair; d/o Elias and Mary (Edwards) Colby

COLE, George E.: settled Benton Co

COLVER, Amos (1813-1906): m1. ; m2. 1852 FRY, Mary Jane; m3. 1856 Jackson HARKLEMAN, Margaret; s/o Charles and Olive Colver; emigrated by boat from NY to Panama, crossed the Isthmus of Panama by mule, took a boat to San Francisco, CA and then by horse to OR

COLVER, Rosina: d/o Amos Colver and first wife

COMEGYS, George (1838- ):

CONNOR, Daniel O. (1830- ):

COOK, George Washington (1818- ): settled Clatsop Co

COOK, Henrietta E.: m'd 1849 CUTLIP, Abraham; settled Benton Co

COOK, James A. (1817- ): settled Clatsop Co

COOK, Thomas (1825- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Amanda; settled Linn Co

COOKE, Charles P. (c1824- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Susan E.; settled Polk Co; 1872 living in Klickitat Valley, WA

Washington L. COON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*7:
COON, Cornelia; d/o Thomas and Polly (Crandall) Coon

*7: COON, Thomas Lewis (1821-1854): m'd 1845 CRANDALL, Polly Lavinia; settled Marion Co; wife came to OR in 1852 with her parents and siblings

COON, Washington Landis (1825-1901): m'd 1875 BOON/BANE, Susan A.; s/o Michael and Elizabeth (Kelly) Coon; returned east via South America in 1864 and later returned to Oregon; at one time his brother, George, rented and farmed his DLC with James M. handling the rental.

COOPER, James:

CORAM, Hardin (c1812- ): m'd 1843 LEVIS, Minerva Ann; settled Clackamas Co

CORNELISON, Joseph Columbus: m'd ADAMS, Sarah Jane

COVINGTON, Mary C. (1819- ): m'd HARRISON, John M.; settled Marion Co

COX, Cynthia: m'd THOMPSON, [ ]; d/o Lewis and (Castor) Cox

COX, David: OHS Dowell Mss #209

COX, Lewis (1818-1884): m1. CASTOR, [ ]; m2. c1846 TRITES, Elizabeth; emigrated with 1 wagon, 3 yoke oxen, 2cows; father of 1 child by first marriage and 13 by second marriage

CRAMMER, Margaret: m'd 1841 MORLEY, William

*7: CRANDALL, Clarke P.: m'd 1854 DUNBAR, Eliza; settled Marion Co; s/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall; parents and siblings came to OR in 1852

CRANDALL, Polly: m1. 1845 COON, Thomas Lewis; m2. PRICE, Stephen

CRANE, William F. (1830- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

CRESWELL, Ebenezer (1813-1856): m'd 1835 [ ], Avis Maria; settled Multnomah Co

CROSS, Mary Lucinda (1831-1894): m'd 1850 FOWLER, Francis Asbury; son born after arrival in OR in 1850  

CROW, Minerva: joined John Zumwalt family when her mother died on plains

CROWL, Joseph F. (1827-1909): m'd 26 May 1855 SHORTRIDGE, Julia Ann,  settled Yamhill Co.; returned east c1868 where he is found in Sangamon Co, IL in the 1870 census and in Barton Co, MO in the 1880 and 1900.  He and his wife are buried in Carterville Cemetery, Carterville, Jasper Co, MO

CUTLIP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CUTLIP, Abraham (1825- ): m'd 1849 COOK, Henrietta E.; settled Lane Co

*22) DAVIDSON, Elijah (1849- ): m'd FARRIS, Minerva

*22) DAVIDSON, Elijah A. (1783-1870): m1. 1802 MURPHY, Margaret; m2. MCBRIDE, Margaret;settled Polk Co; buried Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*22) DAVIDSON, Elijah Barton (1819-1888): m'd 1840 JONES, Soloma; settled Clackamas Co; buried Sparlin Cemetery, Josephine Co, OR

*22) DAVIDSON, Elizabeth Thurson (1823-1896): m'd WHITMAN, Squire S.;d/o Elijah and Margaret (Murphy) Davidson

*22) DAVIDSON, Hosea (1804-1873): s/o Elijah and Margaret (Murphy) Davidson; settled Benton Co

*22) DAVIDSON, Isaac G. (1845- ):

*22) DAVIDSON, John C.: m'd WHITMAN, Julia Ann;s/o Elijah and Margaret (Murphy) Davidson

*22) DAVIDSON, Rachel (1821-1895): m'd DEWEESE, George;d/o Elijah and Margaret (Murphy) Davidson

*22) DAVIDSON, Sarah (1825-1882): m'd LUCAS, Thomas Hartzwell;d/o Elijah and Margaret (Murphy) Davidson

*22) DAVIDSON, T.R. (1827- ): Never Married; cut off for CA 1850; to OR 1874; miner; raised stock; gentleman of portly presence, pleasant good natured face; democrate; served in Senate

DAVIS Family: parents of Daniel C.

DAVIS, Daniel C. (1838-1903): m'd 1863 LAUGHLIN, Isabell R.; settled with parents in Yamhill Co, 1877 moved to Dayton, Columbia Co, WA

DAVIS, George: (1831- ): m'd 1857 YOCUM, Caroline

DAVIS, James Warren (1829-1873):

DAVIS, Jefferson (1826- ): m'd 1853 ROBINSON, Kittie

DAVIS, Thomas A.: settled Washington Co

DAY, Lewis (1822- ):  settled Washington Co

DEAN, Edward A.:

DEARDORFF, Christian (1805- ): m'd 1824 LANDES, Matilda; settled Clackamas Co

DEARDORFF, John M. (1824- ): settled Clackamas Co

DEARDORFF, Josephine: m'd LOONEY, Benjamin F.

DEARDORFF, Rebecca F.: m'd 1851 ROSS, Sherry

DEISY, Isaac:

DEMPSEY, William T. (1826- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Margaret Virginia; settled Yamhill Co

*16: DENNIS, Lewis (c1820- ): reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850; settled Benton Co

DENT, Harris (1827- ): m'd SHEPHERD, Martha Jane; settled Marion Co

DEWEESE, George W. (1817- ): m'd 1837 DAVIDSON, Rachel; settled Benton Co

DEWITT, P. (1822- ):

DICKINSON, Lizzie:

DIMICK, Ziba (1816-1878): m1. 1838 HALL , Cynthia Delight; m2. 1852 HEWITT, Jane; s/o Daniel and Rachael (Leonard) Dimmick; original emigrant of 1847, see that year for additional information

DINGLEY, Weston (1829- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

DIXON, Elizabeth Jane (1831-  ?): d/o James Baughman DIXON & Susan COPPLE, m’d 1850 Captain William IRVING (1816-1872); Capt. IRVING arrived in 1849 as master of brig “Success”; Irvington division in Portland is named for him
 
DIXON, John (1825- ?):  s/o of James Baughman DIXON & Susan COPPLE

DIXON, James Baughman 1803-1895): returned via ship to MO early 1852 to bring the rest of his family (and his brother Hiram’s family)

DIXON, Rafe: settled in Douglas Co

 
DIXON, Rebecca (1827- ?): m’d Adam RHODES (I have not been able to find out anything about him.)
 
DIXON, Sarah (1835- ?): d/o James Baughman DIXON & Susan COPPLE; m’d George Washington SHAVER 

DOBBINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:

DOBBINS, Fleming (c1820-1882): m'd 1839 GREEN, Elizabeth; s/o John and Drusila (Winter) Dobbins; settled Washington Co; died at Hillsboro

DOBBINS, James (1812-c1857): m'd 1837 [ ], Jane; settled Washington Co; b. Montgomery Co, VA

DOBBINS, James M. (1849- ): so Fleming and Elizabeth (Green) Dobbins

DOBBINS, John (1794-1872): m'd 1821 WINTER, Drusilia Ann; born Nov 19, 1794 in Montgomery Co, VA; after arrival in Oregon settled in Washington Co where he died Dec 9, 1872

DOBBINS, John Calvin (1842- ): m'd CLONINGER, Rebecca Jane; s/o Fleming and Elizabeth (Green) Dobbins

DOBBINS, Joseph (1844- ): so Fleming and Elizabeth (Green) Dobbins

DOBBINS, Louisa B.: m1. COOPER, Samuel A.; m2. COREY, George R.; d/o John and Drusilia (Winter) Dobbins; unknown at this time if she came to OR with the 1850 family members

DOBBINS, Lucinda: m'd 1851 JACKSON, Ulysses; d/o John and Drusilia (Winter) Dobbins

DOBBINS, Margaret Ann: m1. BEACH, Calvin; m2. 1851 CONKLIN, Charles; d/o John and Drusilia (Winter) Dobbins

DOBBINS, Sarah Jane: m'd REED, Matthew H.; d/o Fleming and Elizabeth (Green) Dobbins

DOBBINS, William (1847- ): so Fleming and Elizabeth (Green) Dobbins

DOBLEBOWER, William B. (1823- ): settled Washington Co

DODGE, Alexander/Artemus: m'd CILLEY, Fanny; master of the schooner Matthew Vazsar bringing logs to the mills from San Francisco to Portland arriving 27 Nov 1850; went to sea as a boy; to CA 1850; 1851 to Salem; 1852 ran a ferry across the Rogue River; father of 14 children

DODGE, William (c1823- ):  settled Marion Co

DONNER, John (1790- ): settled Washington Co

DOUGHERTY, Nathan (1820- ): m'd 1846 [ ], Lydia; settled Tillamook Co

DOUGLAS, Levi: (1832- ): m'd CURTIS, Mary A.

DOUILLOT, Augustus (c1820- ): settled Marion Co

DOWELL, Benjamin F. (1826- ): m'd 1861 CAMPBELL, Anna;  OHS Mss #209 51pp

DREW, Joseph W. Dr.:

DRYER, Thomas Jefferson (1808-1879):

DUNBAR, Addison C. (1817- ):  m'd 1841 ZUMWALT, Hester Ann; settled Clackamas Co

DUNBAR, D. (1848- ): d/o Addison and Hester (Zumwalt) Dunbar

DUNBAR, Daniel Sheare (1844- ): s/o Addison and Hester (Zumwalt) Dunbar

DUNBAR, Eliza (1850- ): d/o Addison and Hester (Zumwalt) Dunbar

DUNBAR, John (1842- ): s/o Addison and Hester (Zumwalt) Dunbar

DUNBAR, Mary (1846- ): d/o Addison and Hester (Zumwalt) Dunbar

DUNNIWAY, Benjamin Charles (1830-1896): m'd 1853 SCOTT, Abigail; settled Clackamas Co

DUSTON, Dudley B. (1803- ): settled Washington Co

EDWARDS, James: m'd [ ], Marium

EDWARDS, Marium: m'd EDWARDS, James

EGAN, John (1827- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Maria; settled Washington Co

EISENHART, Julia A. (1826-1892): m'd WOOLEN, George; d/o Lawrence and Mary Eisenhart

EISENHART, Lawrence (1800-1877): m'd 1825 [ ], Mary Ann

EISENHART, Lawrence Jr.: M'd HUTTON, Mary; s/o Lawrence and Mary Eisenhart

EISENHART, Mary Ann: m'd EISENHART, Lawrence Sr.; maiden name unknown at this time

EISENHART, Sarah: m'd MASCHER, Christ F.

EISENHART, William: /o Lawrence and Mary Eisenhart

ELDER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ELDER, Alvira: d/o Robert and Catherine Elder

ELDER, James: s/o Robert and Catherine Elder

ELDER, Jane: d/o Robert and Catherine Elder

ELDER, John: c/o Robert and Catherine Elder

ELDER, Robert  M.(1823-1882): m1. 14 Nov 1841 BROWN, Catherine; m2. 17 Jun 1855 GARDNER, Maria; m3. 27 Aug 1868 BRYANT, Mrs. Christina Ward (Trapp) [widow of John Bryant]; m4. 21 May 1885 ROGERS, E. C.; settled Linn Co; buried Pleasant Butte Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn Co, OR; a descendant says " I have not found a divorce for Robert and Maria, but the family history said she got tired if him being gone..he was working in the mines in Idaho as they had a bad weather year and lost most of their stock.  So she loaded young James up on the mule train going to the mining camp where Robert was in Idaho, and sent the 7 or 8 year old off to his father and she left.  I think this took place in Walla Walla.  The other older children (Jane and John) were with other families.  By this time apparently daughter Alvira had died."

ELLERSON, David (1814-1884): m'd 1844 LORD, Elizabeth Ann; settled Washington Co

ELLERSON, Elizabeth: m'd HUNT, C. E. Dr.; d/o David and Elizabeth Ann (Lord) Ellerson

ELLERSON, John Hamilton (1849- ): m'd 1877 HUNTER, Rebecca; s/o David and Elizabeth Ann (Lord) Ellerson

ELLIOTT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ELLIOTT, Hannah Jane (1826-c1900): m'd 1849 PAUL, William Augustus; d/o George and Jane (Fitzwater) Elliott

ELLIOTT, James Monroe (1820- ): m'd 1846 PAUL, Celia Ann; settled in Linn Co

EMBREE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
EMBREE, Calvin (1824-1876): m1 1847 BOTTS, Louisa; m2. 1853 CHAPPELL, Mary; s/o Martillus  and Margaret (Hazelrig) Embree. Calvin was born on 31 August 1824 in Howard Co. MO. Calvin married Louisa Botts on 8 June 1847. They had two sons George F. and John B Embree. Louisa died on the 11th of March 1852 and was buried on the their land. (She was the daughter of Seth Botts and Elmina Harper). Calvin Embree and his family arrived in Oregon on 27 Nov 1850 and took up land just south of Roseburg. (Donation land claim#1128) Calvin would later marry Mary Chappell on 28 June 1853. They would have three children together: Katherine, Charles and Sara. Calvin died on 24 March 1876 in Roseburg.

EMBREE, George F. (1848-1918): m'd 1876 MCNEECE, Eliza; s/o to Calvin and Louisa Botts; George was born on 21 May 1848. He married
Eliza McNeece on 13 August 1876 in Roseburg, Douglas Co. Oregon. George died on in a wagon accident in Roseburg on 16 October 1918.

EMBREE, John Benton (1849-1925): m'd 1880 GOBALET, Marie; s/o Calvin and Louisa Embree. John was born 29 Dec 1849 in Howard Co. MO. He married Marie Gobalet on 27 May 1880 in Oregon. Died on 26 May 1925 in Wenatchee, Chelan Co. WA and is buried in the Valley View Cemetery

EVANS, Isaac M. (1831- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Elizabeth; settled Washington Co

FARLOW, Christian (1830-1913): m'd 1857 ADAMS, Lorinda; s/o John and Sarah (Miller) Farlow; settled Marion Co

FARLOW, Sarah Maria (1846-1918): m'd 1862 MILLER, Elias Moore ; d/o Hiram and Lucinda (Farwell) Farlow

FARR, Isaac (1811- ): m'd 1849 [ ], Constance; settled Clackamas Co

FIELD, Joseph A. (1829- ): settled Washington/Clackamas Co

FISKE, Eugene R. Dr. (1817-1877):  buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, OR

FLANAGAN, Patrick ( -1896): died San Francisco, CA

FLORENCE, Albert B. (1811- ):

FLOREY, Frederick (c1825- ): settled Washington Co

FORDYCE, William H. (1831- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Matilda Ann; settled Clackamas Co

FORTSON, John T. (1824- ): m'd 1851 BELKNAP, Mary Ann; settled Benton Co

FOSTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FOSTER, Garner F. (1825- ): settled Columbia Co

FOSTER, James Hearst (1824- ): m'd GRAY, Martha Jane; brother of John Foster; living at Albany in 1851

FOSTER, Joseph:

FOSTER, John: m'd McMEEKIN, Martha Orange; brother of James Foster

FOSTER, Robert:

FOSTER, Robert Mrs.:

*16: FOUTS, Andrew: reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

*16: FOUTS, William (1793-1877): m'd ELLIS, Lydia; reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

FOWLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FOWLER, Francis Asbury (c1829 -1880): m'd 1850 CROSS, Mary Lucinda; son born after arrival in 1850

FOWLER, Humphrey B. (1829- ): settled Columbia Co

FOWLER, J.:

FRANCIS, Samuel D. (1814- ): m'd 1841 [ ], Elizabeth; settled Clackamas Co

FRANKLIN, Samuel B. (1825- ): settled Yamhill Co

FREDERICK, John S. (c1819- ): settled Polk Co

FRENCH, Jacob R. (1824- ): m'd 1855 CAPLES, Harriet; settled Multnomah Co

FRESH, John (1827-1861): m'd 1857 STANTON, Margaret; settled Marion Co; buried Stipp Cemetery, Macleay, OR

FRY, Olney Jr. (1825- ): m'd 1854 FOSTER, Mary Campbell; s/o Olnery and Celinda (Bennett) Fry

FRY, Olney Sr. (1802- ): m'd 1821  BENNETT, Celinda; settled Linn Co; emigrated with 3 wagons, oxen teams, misc cattle

FULLER, Michael (1829- ): m'd 1848 KEISER, Harriet; settled Clackamas Co

FULLERTON, Charles P.:

FULQUARTS, Florin (1799- ): settled Yamhill Co

FULQUARTS, Seawood (1795- ): settled Marion Co

GAINES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GAINES, Abner P. (1835- ): m'd LOONEY, Mary E.

GAINES, John Pollard (1795- ): m'd 1852 WANDS, Margaret B.: settled Marion Co; was second territorial governor of Oregon; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, OR

GEBHART, George:

*16: GENOIS, Bernard: returning from the east; reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

GIBBS, Addison C. (1825- ): m'd WATKINS, Margaret M.

GIBBS, Thomas P.:

*5: GIBSON, Archibald W. (1802-1888): m'd 1823 KENT, Elizabeth

*5: GIBSON, Albert T. (c1816- ): m'd 1846 [ ], Mary K.; s/o Samuel and Tabytha (Kennedy) Gibson; settled Clackamas Co

*5: GIBSON, D.W. (1846- ): m'd WILCOX, Ora A.; s/o Guyon and Sarah (Taylor) Gibson

*5: GIBSON, George: s/o Guyon and Sarah (Taylor) Gibson

*5: GIBSON, Henry (c1848-1903): m'd NEAL, Elizabeth; s/o Guyon and Sarah (Taylor) Gibson

*5: GIBSON, Guyon (1822-1895): m'd TAYLOR, Sarah; s/o Samuel and Tabytha (Kennedy) Gibson

*5: GIBSON, Jane (1834-1918): m'd 1852 BANNING, Thomas C.

*5: GIBSON, Lewis Dozieb (1828-1911): m'd 1854 CROW, Susan Sarah

*5: GIBSON, Malinda Paradin (1836-1914): m'd 1852 RICHARDSON, Milton

*5: GIBSON, Sarah Ann (1843-1903): m'd 1859 DOAK, Josiah Allen

GILLIAM, Samuel T.:

GILMAN, J. M.:

GILMORE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GILMORE, Alexander Hamilton (1808-1887): cut off for CA; returned to Grant Co, WI in 1851

GILMORE, Lysander (1811-1855): cut off for CA; returned to Grant Co, WI in 1851

GINGLES, Almira (1846-1917): m'd 1865 TOMLINSON, John

GINGLES, James (1819-1889): m1. ;  m2. 1850 MILLER, Sarah; settled Benton Co

GLASS, William:

GLEASON, Patrick M.

GOODNOUGH, Ira E. (1830-1900): m'd KELTON, Nancy Ermine; settled at Portland where both he and his wife died

GOODWIN, James C.:

GOVE, J. H.:

GRAY, Edna E.: m'd SLATER, [ ]

GREEN, Elizabeth: m'd  1839 DOBBINS, Fleming; settled in Washington Co

GREENMAN, John:

GREER, Jerome:

GRIFFIN, Edward H. (1819- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Emily C.

*10&11: GRIFFITH, Chisholm (1806-1891); m'd CLAYTON, Mariah Willis;

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Elizabeth ( -1850): died at Ft. Vancouver where she is buried; d/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, John ( -1850): died at Ft. Vancouver where he is buried; s/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Julia (1840-1918): m'd HIBBARD, King L.; d/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Lewis Cunningham (1829-1913): m'd 1859 SAVAGE, Susan; s/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Mary (1830-1908): m'd 1851 SCRIBER, Charles W.: d/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Minerva: m'd BURNETT, Isham; d/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Rebecca: m'd CLEMENS, Mr.; d/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*10&11 GRIFFITH, Thomas: m'd WILLIAMS, Cynthia; s/o Chisholm and Mariah (Clayton) Griffith

*2: GRIGGS, Alley B. (1827- ): m'd 1848 MORRIS, Sarah Jane; settled Linn Co

*2: GRIGGS, Amanda M.: m'd 1867 LEE, Norman L.; d/o Alley and Sarah (Morris) Griggs

GRIM FAMILY RESEARCHER:

GRIM, Amanda (c1845- ): d/o Jacob and Mahala (Berkshire) Grim

GRIM, George: s/o Jacob and Mahala (Berkshire) Grim

GRIM, Hellen (1848- ): d/o Jacob and Mahala (Berkshire) Grim

GRIM, Jacob B. (1810-1855): m'd BERKSHIRE, Mahala (divorced 1858)

GRIM, Leonard (1848- ): s/o Jacob and Mahala (Berkshire) Grim

GRIM, Lydia (1841- ): d/o Jacob and Mahala (Berkshire) Grim

GRIM, Servedo (1847- ): s/o Jacob and Mahala (Berkshire) Grim

GRISWOLD, W.C.:

*14: GRUBBE, Amelia: d/o Evan and Nancy (Aubrey) Grubbe

*14: GRUBBE, Benjamin J. (1815- ): spent first winter near Hillsboro, OR; spring of 1852 moved to Douglas Co

*14: GRUBBE, Evan Thompson (1812-1892): m1. c1831 AUBREY, Nancy E.; m2. c1847 KEYS, Eliza; m3. 1861 HILL, Henrietta J.; spent first winter near Hillsboro, OR; spring of 1852 moved to Douglas Co

*14: GRUBBE, Horace V. (1848- ): m'd SMITH, Clara; s/o Evan and Eliza (Keys) Grubbe

*14: GRUBBE, Mary J:  m'd BANTON, [ ]; d/o Evan and Nancy (Aubrey) Grubbe

*14: GRUBBE, Nettie: m'd PEEBLER, [ ]; d/o Evan and Nancy (Aubrey) Grubbe

*14: GRUBBE, Thomas Nelson (1832-1911): m1. 1854 GILLIAM, Sarah Anne; m2. 1864 WHITE, Carrie Ann; s/o Evan and Nancy (Aubrey) Grubbe; spent first winter near Hillsboro, OR; spring of 1852 moved to Douglas Co; died at Elkton, Douglas Co, OR

GUERIN, Jean Francois (1809-c1867): m'd 1851 MCKAY, Isabelle; s/o Francois and Marie (Salmon) Guerin; settled in Marion Co; came from France c1850 and is shown in 1850 census living with Louis Trimble

GUNNING, Mr.:

GWIN, James L. (1829- ): m'd 1858 BOOTHBY, Mary

HALL, William (1822- ):

HALL, William (1821- ): m'd 1851 COX, Martha Jane; settled Polk Co

HAM, Charles: m'd 1837 WAYMIRE, Louisa Jane

HAMILTON, David: (1830-1908):

HAMILTON, Edward (1801-1883): m'd 1830 ROYER, Katherine; arrived by ship

HAMILTON, Robert E. (1830- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

HANCOCK, William:

HANCOCK, William Mrs.:

HANDLEY, Charles:

HANDLEY, Thomas B. (1841- ): m'd BAYLEY, Iola

HANNA, Robert (1823- ): m'd 1853 MOORE, Lucy E.

HANNA, William: OHS #693 23pp

HARDENBURGH, P. D. W. (1822- ):

HARDING, E.J. (1828-1897): m'd 1857 PURDY, Eleanor

HARDMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1: HARDMAN, Benjamin Newton (1843- ): s/o Samuel and Mary (Backus) Hardman

*1: HARDMAN, Benjamin  (1829- ): m'd 1855 RITTER, Margaret Ann: settled Linn Co

*1: HARDMAN, Catherine:

*1: HARDMAN, Christopher (1845- ): s/o Samuel and Mary (Backus) Hardman

*1: HARDMAN, Elizabeth Ann (1846- ): d/o Samuel and Mary (Backus) Hardman

*1: HARDMAN, Joseph H.: m'd RITTER, Barbara

*1: HARDMAN, Mary Ann: m'd BACKUS, Gideon W.

*1: HARDMAN, Samuel: m'd BACKUS, Mary; the Hardman family left South Bend, IN for OR in 1849; at St. Joseph, MO they learned of a fever epidemic on the plains so they rented a farm and stayed there until the next April before starting on the trail with a party of 13 wagons

*1: HARDMAN, Sarah (1848- ): d/o Samuel and Mary (Backus) Hardman

HARLOW FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HARLOW, Amanda Tandy (1845- ): d/o Mahlon and Francis (Tandy) Harlow

HARLOW, John Capt.: arrived by sea in 1850, founded the town of Troutdale; owned a home and operated a box factory in Portland; owned the ferry navigating the Sandy River near Troutdale; owned and operated a trout farm at his Troutdale home; in 1880 he imported carp, a long time European favorite; in 1882 it was reported in the local newspaper that high water and a break in the dam had caused not less than 3000 carp had escaped into the river.

HARLOW, Juda Joanna (1850- ): d/o Mahlon and Francis (Tandy) Harlow; born during emigration

HARLOW, Mahlon Hall (1811-1896): m'd 1835 TANDY , Frances Burris; settled in Lane Co; first county clerk of Lane Co in 1852; the same year the First Baptist Church of Eugene was formed in his home, it was called the Willamette Forks Baptist Church and he was appointed the first deacon; 1864 he was elected Assessor for Lane Co; father of 10 children

HARLOW, Micajah B. (1848- ): s/o Mahlon and Francis (Tandy) Harlow

HARLOW, Sarah Naomi (1843- ): d/o Mahlon and Francis (Tandy) Harlow

HARMON, Robert E.:

HARPER, Elias (1828- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Mary A.; settled Polk Co

HARPER, George Washington: m'd HIGGINS, Louisiana; blacksmith; went to CA seeking gold and then emigrated into OR; wife and children came in emigration of 1853

HARPER, William W.:

HARRELL, Mary Elizabeth:

HARRIS, Daniel:

HARRIS, Eveline:

HARRIS, James: m'd CAMPBELL, Faithful Amanda

HARRIS, John:

HARRISON, Alexandria (1850- ): d/o John and Nancy (Covington) Harrison; born on trail

HARRISON, Elizabeth (1844- ): d/o John and Nancy (Covington) Harrison

HARRISON, Emily (1840- ): d/o John and Nancy (Covington) Harrison

HARRISON, John M. (1812-1890): m'd COVINGTON, Nancy C.; settled Marion Co

HARRISON, Mary (1839- ): d/o John and Nancy (Covington) Harrison

HARRISON, Mary Jane (1820-1862): m'd 1841 MULKEY, Phillip P.

*15: HART, Rachel: m'd MILLER Samuel

HARTGROVE, Mary Jane (1820-1862): m'd 1841 MULKEY, Phillip P.

HASBROOK, L.:

HASKINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HASKINS, John (1822-1888 ): m'd 1850 BRADLEY, Indiana J.; settled Benton Co

*20: HAUN, Rachel Ann: (1801- ): m'd c1824 LYNN, Daniel; d/o John Haun Sr.  

HAWKINS, Ransom M.:

HAYDEN, Gay (1819- ): m'd 1846 [ ], Mary Jane; settled Clackamas Co

HAYDEN, Mary Jane: OHS #1508 49pp

HAYES, Richard B. (1832- ): emigrant to California in 1850, to Oregon in 1852

*21: HAYNES, Charles H.: and wife

HAYTER, Thomas Jeffers0n (1830- ): m'd 1856 EMBREE, Mary Isadore; had DLC in Polk Co but sold it when he returned to MO to get his parents; returned to OR 1852/53

HEATER, Benjamin:

HEATER, Lorenzo Dow (1818-1899): m'd [ ], Sophia

HEATER, Sophia: m'd HEATER, Lorenzo Dow; maiden name unknown at this time

*16: HEDGES, A. F.: returning from the east; reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

HEDGES, E.J. Mrs: (-1896): m'd HEDGES, [ }

HELMS, Fredrick:

HENDERSON, Elizabeth (1824-1905): m'd 1850 BAKER, William Harrison

HENDRICKS, Ezekial (1827- ):

HENDRICKSON, Margaret (1840-1874): m'd 1858 BENNETT, Alexander; d/o William and Sophia Hendrickson; moved to Yamhill Co from Clark Co, WA and later to Benton Co; settled south of Philomath

HENDRICKSON, Perlina (1813-1891): m'd 15 Mar 1838 THOMPSON, James

HENDRICKSON, Sophia: m'd HENDRICKSON, William; settled Clark Co, WA; maiden name unknown at this time

HENDRICKSON, William: m'd [ ], Sophia; preacher, blacksmith and farmer; settled Clark Co, WA

HENDRY, Ezekiel:

HENRICI, Charles:

HERMANS, James H.:

HERRINGTON, Margaret (1806-1882): m'd 1823 PARRISH, John Gould

HIGGINS, Joseph D. ( -1896): died at Astoria, Clatsop Co

HILES, Marietta (1832-1901): m'd SKAIFE, John; settled Marion Co

*8: HILL, Horace:

HIMES, Seth:

HINDMAN, William: settled Polk Co

HODGE, William C.:

HOFFMAN, Samuel (c1822-1854): m'd 1849 NORTON, Phoebe; note: also seen as HUFFMAN

HOFFMAN, Solomon George (1850- ): m'd c1870 SHERMAN, Mary Ellen; s/o Samuel and Phoebe (Norton) Hoffman

HOGUE, Thomas G. (1813-c1853): never married; Thomas' brother, James Parks Hogue was appointed his guardian in 1853

HOLBROOK, Amory (1820-1866): was a lawyer and politician; appointed US Attorney General for OR; arrived May 1850; was mayor of Oregon City 1856-1859; state legislature in 1859

HOLBROOK, Russell D: m'd RICE, Margaret Keizah "Kizzie"

HOLLISTER, Harvey:

HOLMES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HOLMES, Eliza Jane: m'd BRIDGEFARMER, William; d/o John and Jane Holmes

HOLMES, Jane ( -1850): m'd HOLMES, John; died on trail on or near Bear River leaving 3 orphan children; maiden name unknown at this time

HOLMES, John ( -1850): m'd [ ], Jane; drowned in North Platte River; children were taken in by William Paul family who settled in Linn Co upon arrival in Oregon

HOLMES, Mary E. (c1843- ): m'd BRIDGEFARMER, Adam S.; d/o John and Jane Holmes

HOLMES, William Clark: s/o John and Jane Holmes

HOLTGRIEVE, Henry (1828- ): settled Clackamas Co

HORAN, Michael:

HORNBUCKLE, John D.

*13: HORNING, Keziah Emma (1849-1940 ): m'd GROVES, William; d/o Frederick and Mary (Johnson) Horning; settled near Corvallis, Benton Co, OR

*13: HORNING, Frederick Augustus (1823-1890): m'd 1848 JOHNSON, Mary Ann; s/o Gottfried  Von Horning; settled near Corvallis, Benton Co, OR

HOVEY, Albert Gallatin (1824- ): m'd 1853 MULKEY, Mary Ellen; settled Benton Co

HOWE, Amasa:

HOWELL, Benjamin (1794-1886): m1. c1819 KELLY, Margaret; m2. 1827 MATHEWS, Elizabeth

HOWELL, Sarah Catherine (1833-1903): m'd 1850 GILLIHAN, Martin

HOYT, Francis S.:

HUBBARD, Moses P.:

HUDSON, John A.:

HUDSON, Nathaniel (1820-1902): m'd 1847 SAMMIS, Cordelia; settled Polk Co

HUMASON, Orlando (1827- ):

*21: HUMISTON, Eliza Seldena (1805-1888): m'd 26 Apr 1827 BROOKS, Linus; born 08 Nov 1805 Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT and died  11 Oct 1888 The Dalles, Wasco Co, OR

HUNGATE, George W.:

HUNT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUNT, E.A. Mrs.: father lost all oxen but one; stayed on Columbia Slough after reaching OR

HUNT, James (1807- ): m'd 1832 SMITH, Fanny; settled Marion Co

HUSSEY, Stephen:

HUSTED, George (1825- ):  settled Marion Co

HYDE, Oscar:

IRWIN, Fanny: m'd MCBEE, Joseph; d/o Richard and Louisa Irwin

IRWIN, Francis M.:

IRWIN, Louisa (1832- ): m'd IRWIN, RIchard; maiden name unknown at this time

IRWIN, Richard (1814- ): m'd [ ], Louisa; settled Benton Co

IRWIN, Robert: came to OR without wife and children to look the country over; returned east and emigrated with family in 1852

JACKSON, Jerome B. (1823-1885): m'd COSGROVE, Mary; settled Marion Co

JACKSON, John (1805- ):  settled Polk Co

JACKSON, Martha Ann (1803-1881): m'd 13 Feb 1824 JOHNSON, Gabriel; born Jun 1803 Fleming, Letcher Co, KY and died 30 Jul 1881 Lane Co, OR; mother of 7 children (Mary Jane, Hanibal Fulton, Mahala Ann, David A., Pleasant William, Sarah Elizabeth and Pamelia McGuire);

JAMES, John:

JEAN, Ambrose (1810- ): settled Marion Co; described on citizenship papers as 39 years old, 5'4", high and broad forehead, gray eyes, prominent noese, small mouth, black hair, sallow complexion

JEFFERSON, Delos (1824- ):

JENKINS, Nimrod (1822- ): m'd 1852 MORRISON, Amanda

JENS, William:

JETTE, Adolphe (1825-1917): m1. [ ], Julia; m2. LEARD, Marguerite; operated a store at Champoeg, Marion Co, OR; operated the first saloon; came to OR from gold fields with four other men

JEWETT, Leonard:

JOB, Noah (1825- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Lydia; settled Washington Co

Gabriel JOHNSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*13: JOHNSON, Charles B. (c1804- ): settled Benton Co

JOHNSON, David A. (1835-1912): born 01 Apr 1835 Owen Co, IN and died 30 Apr 1912 Junction City, Lane Co, OR; s/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson; never married

JOHNSON, Elias A.:

*13: JOHNSON, Elizabeth ( -1850): m'd COLLINS, [ ]; d/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson; died on trail of cholera

JOHNSON, Gabriel (1803-1888): m'd 13 Feb 1824 JACKSON, Martha Ann; born 28 Sep 1803 Knox Co, KY and died 29 May 1888 Junction City, Lane Co, OR; father of 7 children (Mary Jane, Hannibal Fulton, Mahala Ann, David A., Pleasant William, Sarah Elizabeth and Pamelia McGuire); prominent physician of Lane county.

JOHNSON, Hannibal Fulton (1830-1921): born 20 Nov 1830 Owen Co, IN and died 22 Dec 1921 Junction City, Lane Co, OR; s/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson;  H.F. Johnson, also known as “Seven Devils Johnson” was a prospector, miner, and poet.  He studied medicine with his father, but determined he preferred the life of a prospector. He served in the army during the Rogue River Wars [Indian War Pension File Survivors Certificate # 4737] in the 2nd Oregon Mounted Volunteers with Captain Robert Williams. He never married.  H.F. Johnson located a mining claim in the Seven Devils Hills of Idaho about 1884, and was given the title “Seven Devils Johnson” by the local residents.  [Lewis Johnson Family History by Carol Boyer Stelling, MD]

*13: JOHNSON, Henry Clay: s/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson

*13: JOHNSON, James Elliott: s/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson

JOHNSON, James Harrison (1821-1911): m'd 21 Jan 1841 ADAMSON, Esther Ann; born 07 May 1821 Montgomery Co, IL and died 18 Nov 1911 Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; father of 5 children (Sarah Rebecca, Nancy Elizabeth, Mary Catherine, Infant and Martha Jane)

*13: JOHNSON, Jemima Alice: m'd MARTIN, Josephus; d/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson

*13: JOHNSON, John Wesley: m'd 1865 ADAMS, Helen; s/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson; first president of University of Oregon

JOHNSON, Joseph Dodson (1843- ): s/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson

JOHNSON, Mahala Ann (1833-1916): m1. 16 Apr 1855 SMITH, Enoch; m2. 27 Dec 1868 Jackson, Daniel Leone; born 22 May 1833 Owen Co, IN and died 28 Oct 1916 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; d/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson; mother of 3 children by first marriage (Eliza Ann, Sarah and Marietta); mother of 2 children by second husband (Harry and one unknown)

*13: JOHNSON, Mahala Jane: m'd 1851 ST. CLAIR, Waymon; d/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson

JOHNSON, Mary: m'd ODENEAL, Levi; d/o John Johnson

*13: JOHNSON, Mary Ann: m'd 1848 HORNING, Frederick Augustus; d/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson

JOHNSON, Mary Catherine (1845- ): m'd 1866 MCCUNE, Joseph; d/o James and Esther (Adamson) Johnson; born 25 Aug 1845

JOHNSON, Mary Jane (1827-1908): m'd 24 Sep 1848 MCDANIEL, John; d/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson; born 30 Sep 1827 Owen Co, IN and died 13 Nov 1908 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; mother of 10 children (William R., Martha Ann, G.J., John F., Sarah Frances, Mary E., Jean, Bertha Lillian, David J. and Robert E.)

JOHNSON, Nancy Elizabeth (1843- ): m'd 1862 ZELL, Andrew; d/o James and Esther (Adamson) Johnson; born Oct 1843 Lee Co, IA

JOHNSON, Pamelia "Minnie" McGuire (1848-1933): m1. c1868 MCCOY, James F.; m2. 24 Dec 1901 EDWARDS, Alphonso Chester; d/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson; born 10 Aug 1848 Jasper Co, MO and died 10 Jun 1933 Orange Co, CA; had no children of her own but helped raise the children of several of her siblings.

JOHNSON, Pleasant William (1837-c1915): m1. 03 Mar 1863 CAVANAH, Elizabeth; m2. 11 Apr 1873 FAIRBANK, Mattie E.; born 10 Sep 1837 Freedom, Owen Co, IN and died c1915 Pollock, Idaho Co, ID; s/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson; father of 2 children by first wife (Louise and Corrine); gold miner and agent for freighting company

JOHNSON, Roswell:

JOHNSON, Sarah Elizabeth (1840-1906): m'd Nov 1865 RAMPY, Robert Anderson; born 25 Sep 1840 Newton Co, MO and died 26 Feb 1906 Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; d/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson; mother of 5 children (Phillip R., Walter Millard, Frank G., Clyde R. and Cecil O.); buried in Alford Masonic Cemetery near Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR

JOHNSON, Sarah Rebecca (1842-1917): m'd 17 Dec 1857 IRVINE, Benjamin Harrison Logan; d/o James and Esther (Adamson) Johnson; born 29 Jan 1842 Lee Co, IA and died 05 Feb 1917 Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; mother of 8 children (Bertha, James H., Esther Ann, Jessie F., Mary Jane, Charles H., Emma and Martha)

JOHNSON, Stephen:

*13: JOHNSON, William Calvin: s/o Charles and Keziah (Trapp) Johnson; teacher and farmer

JOHNSON, William H. (1822- ): m'd 1845 [ ], Vashti Ann; settled Benton Co

*8: JOHNSTON, John (1828-1912): m'd 1859 KENNEDY, Mary

JOLLY, William (1781-1862): son was emigrant of 1847

JONES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JONES, James W.:

JONES, John H. (1820- ):  [per Robert M. Thomas, John H. Jones Researcher]; note that arrival date of May 15, 1850 as listed on his DLC application would make one believe he emigrated from CA

JONES, John R. (1849-1934): s/o Stephen and Rachel (Moore) Jones

JONES, Marvel M. (c1805 -1868): m'd 1851 Liggett (SAMPSON), Julia Ann; settled Polk Co

JONES, Mary (1811-1872): m'd MCFARLAND, James

JONES, Olston:

JONES, Stephen (c1818- ): m1. 1847 MOORE, Rachel; m2. 1851 COX, Mary Jane

JONES, Wilson Potter (c1839- ): s/o Marvel Jones

JONES, Wilson Wesley (c1833-1896): accompanied uncle Marvel Jones

JORDON, George Washington (c1823 -1850): died 01 May 1850, on the north side of the Platte 8 miles west of the Platte Forks in Sec 6/T14NR30W, Nebraska of "brain congestion" (probably encephalitis). He was from Dubuque and was traveling in the Dubuque wagon train [source:  Richard Rieck, Prof Emeritus, Dept. of Geography, Western Illinois University]

JUDSON, Charles:

KEENEY, Rebecca (1822-1895): m1. LANDINGHAM, James; m2. PUTMAN, Daniel Bennett; brother, Jonathan Keeney was capt of a train in 1846

KEES, Andrew:

KEES, Isaac:

KEES, Jacob:

KEES, Samuel M.:

KELLY, Lettie: m1. COCHRAN, John; m2. c1860 DILLARD, Samuel

KELLY, Wesley (1807- ): settled Benton Co

KELTON, Nancy Ermine (1837-1882): m'd GOODNOUGH, Ira E.

KENNEDY, Luther D. (c1820-1896):

KENNEY, Andrew:

KENT, Elizabeth (1808-1893): m'd 1823 GIBSON, Archibald; settled Benton Co

*14: KEYS, Eliza ( -1851): m'd c1847 GRUBBE, Evan Thompson

KEYS, William F. (1832- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Martha Ann K.; settled Benton Co

KILBOURNE, Lewis: OHS #1508 34pp

KING, Samuel:

KINGSLEY, C.S. Rev.:

KINCAID, Albert S. Dr. (1835-c1875): m'd 1866 NAIL, Elizabeth Ann; settled Josephine Co

KLINGER, John L. (1810- ): m'd 1844 [ ], Anna M.; settled Clackamas Co

KNIGHTEN, Commodore P.:

KNIGHTEN, Nancy A.: m'd 1846 WATTS, Marvil M.

KNOS, Catherine: m'd TALLMAN, James; settled near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR

KNOTT, A.J.:

KOHL, Adam:

KRAHMER, [ ]:

KRUSE, John:

LAFLEMME FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LAFLAMME, Edward:

LAFOLLETT, D.H. (1824- ): m'd 1843 RAILSBACK, Cynthiana

LAMBERT, Joseph H. (1825- ): settled Marion Co

LAMBERT, Noah: m'd [ ], Mary; settled Clackamas Co

LANDINGHAM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LANDINGHAM, Francis M. (1843-1849): c/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham; died prior to emigration

LANDINGHAM, George M. (1849- ): m'd BOUY, Mary "Alliss"; s/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham

LANDINGHAM, James ( -1850): m'd KEENEY, Rebecca; said to have been killed by indians in 1850

LANDINGHAM, James Alfred (1846-1850): s/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham

LANDINGHAM, John Calvin (1841-1915): m'd 1865 LEMASTER, Isophene; s/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham

LANDINGHAM, Martha (1839-1908): m'd WILSON, John R.; d/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham

LANDINGHAM, Mary Elizabeth (1848-1915): m1. 1856 KETCHUM, Christopher; m2. 1878 JELLISON, Thomas T.; d/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham

LANDINGHAM, William Thomas (1844-1904): m'd MILNER, Martha; s/o James and Rebecca (Keeney) Landingham

LARGE, Francis (1818- ):

LASCERT, William (1821- ): settled Marion Co

LASSEN, Anthony C.:

LATOURETTE, Lyman Dewitt Clinton (1825- ): m1. 1851 FISHER, Lucy Jane G.; m2. FISHER, Ann E.; settled Clackamas Co

LAUGHLIN, Infant (1850-1850): c/o John and Susannah (McCoy) Laughlin; died on plains

LAUGHLIN, Isabell R. (1847-1917): m'd 1863 DAVIS, Daniel C.; d. Dayton, Columbia Co, WA; d/o John and Susannah (McCoy) Laughlin

LAUGHLIN, John (1822-1876): m'd 1845 MCCOY, Susannah; s/o Samuel and Naomi (Morrow) Laughlin; emigrated from Lincoln Co, MO and settled in Yamhill Co

LAUGHLIN, Nancy Jane (1849-1915): m'd 1864 LEE, Alfred A.; d/o John and Susannah (McCoy) Laughlin; died in Bellingham, Whatcom Co, WA

LAUGHLIN, William S. (1846-1867): s/o John and Susannah (McCoy) Laughlin

LEARN, Mathias M. ( -1896): died Woodburn, Marion Co

LEE, Reuben (1827-1907): m1. 1855 DRINKWATER, Frances; m2. 1876 HYETT, Elizabeth; m3. 1897 ENNIS, Martha Mrs.; s/o John and (Buschier) Lee; emigrated with 1 wagon, 4 yoke oxen

LEISY, Isaac (1822- ): m'd 1854 MARSH, Esther

LEMONT, Francis A.:

*10: LEWIS, Capt.

LIBEM, Archibald:

LIKENS, Simon F.:

LINDSEY, Littletown:

LOCKE, Harrison P. (1812- ): m'd 1851 HARDISON, Melissa F.; settled Polk Co; originally emigrant of 1845; see 1845 listing

LOGAN, David (1824-1874) s/o Stephen Logan, a close friend of Abraham Lincoln.  m. 1862 Mary Porter WALDO, no children.  He was a lawyer, Republican party leader and served in the 1854 Territorial legislature and as Mayor of Portland (1864-1868).  David is buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR.  [see Corning's Dictionary of Oregon History[* Mss #1089]

LONG, George M.:

LONG, Humphrey:

LONG, Martha Elizabeth ( -1857): m'd 1839 POINTER, William

LORD, Elizabeth Ann: m'd 1844 ELLERSON, David

LORING, William W. Col.:

LOVE, Hugh:

LOVE, Margaret: m'd BURNETT, [ ]

*22) LUCAS, Amanda (1848-1857): d/o Thomas and Sarah (Davidson) Lucas; buried Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*22) LUCAS, Smith W. (1846-1890): s/o Thomas and Sarah (Davidson) Lucas; buried Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*22) LUCAS, Thomas Hartzwell (1824-1908): m'd 1844 DAVIDSON, Sarah H.; buried Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co, OR; considered one of the founders of Western Oregon University

LUCKEY, James C. (1842-1923): m'd 07 Jul 1883 ROBBINS, Eunice Waters; James was born Mar 1842 IA and died 04 May 1923 OR; s/o William and Elizabeth (Leasure) Luckey

LUCKEY, John L. (1838-1914): John was born Apr 1838 IN and died 15 Mar 1914 Crook Co, OR; s/o William and Elizabeth (Leasure) Luckey

LUCKEY, Josiah S. (1844- ): m1. 23 Jul 1871 STEWART, Elizabeth Caroline; m2. 19 Jan 1910 SPENCER, Jenny L.; Josiah was born 28 Sep 1844 in Augusta, Des Moines County, IA; s/o William and Elizabeth (Leasure) Luckey; was jeweler in Eugene, Lane Co, OR

LUCKEY, Nancy Adeline (1831-1913): m'd c1861 SMITH, William; Nancy was born 31 Dec 1831 IN and died 21 Feb 1913 Lane Co, OR; d/o William and Elizabeth (Leasure) Luckey

LUCKEY, Warren Henry (1846-1920): m'd 12 Dec 1872 WILMOT, Laura Clay; Warren was born 28 Dec 1846 MO and died 15 Feb 1920 Lane Co, OR; s/o William and Elizabeth (Leasure) Luckey

LUCKEY, William Nelson (1807-1892): m'd 13 Mar 1831 LEASURE, Elizabeth; William was born 31 Oct 1807 Marietta, Athens Co, OH and died 15 Apr 1892 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; s/o James and Nancy (Speed) Luckey; father of 10 children (Nancy Adeline, William Nelson, John L., James C., Josiah S., Warren Henry, Allen, Eugene Ray, Mary A. and Charles); settled briefly in Marion County before settling at Coburg, Lane Co, OR

LUCKEY, William Nelson (1834-1908): m'd 04 Apr 1854 ANDERSON, Lucinda; William was born 14 Dec 1834 Allen Co, IN and died 01 May 1908 Wasco Co, OR; s/o William and Elizabeth (Leasure) Luckey

LYMAN, Albert Capt. (1825- ):

LYNN FAMILY RESEARCHER:   Lynn Family Website      
*20: LYNN, Arethusa Emeline (1834-1911): m'd 1852 SMITH, Thomas Sr.; d/o Daniel and Rachel Ann (Haun) Lynn; :
born on 6/12/1834 in Warsaw, Benton, MO; died on 5/6/1911 in Douglas Co, OR and was buried in Masonic Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas, OR. Arethusa married Thomas SMITH Sr. in Oct 1852 in Douglas Co, OR.  

*20: LYNN, Cordelia Rose Altha (1831-1914): m1. STEWART, Dan (died in MO); m2.  1851 STEWART, Alfred Richard; d/o Daniel and Rachel Ann (Haun) Lynn; born 10/29/1831 in Warsaw, Benton Co., MO; married Alfred Richard Stewart 11/28/1851 in South Tualatin, OR; died 3/14/1914 in CA; buried Aptos cemetery, Soquel, Santa Cruz, CA

*20: LYNN, Daniel. (c1801-1850): m'd c1824 HAUN, Rachel Ann; s/o William T. Lynn and Anne McCoy) born 1801-2, French LA Territory, St. Charles Co., MO; married Rachel Ann Haun (daughter of John Haun, Sr. ) about 1824 in Montgomery Co., MO; she was born 5/3/1801 in St. Charles Co., MO.  In 1830 Daniel Lynn's family is in Charette Twp., Montgomery Co. 1830.  They were living in Pettis Co. MO where Daniel Linn and Ann McCoy, James Lynn and wife Polly, Joseph Lynn and wife Rachael "all heirs of William Lynn," sold land in St. Charles Co.  2/17/1834 Daniel Lynn and wife Ann sold land to John Haun in Warren Co. MO.  Benton Co., MO was formed from Pettis Co. 1835 and Daniel is in the 1840 Benton Co. federal census along with his brothers James, William and Issac.  Daniel Lynn died of cholera and is buried beside the road on the trip to Oregon, not far from Independence Rock – also buried there is Martha Woodson, Their graves were made deep and wagons were made to pass over them to hide them from Indians who often dug up bodies to get clothing and hoping to find jewelry, etc.  (This information about the Lynn family was told to Abigail May Wells Zumwalt [DAR submission] by Virlena Long, wife of Robert Long, who had notes in a book which was copied.)

*20: LYNN, Melcina (1826-1890):: m'd BULLARD, Press; d/o Daniel and Rachel Ann (Haun) Lynn; cut off for CA; died in Deep Valley, Fresno Co, CA

*20: LYNN, Virlena (1820-1892); m1. WOODSON, Jesse Lafayette; m2. AMBROSE, Alfred T.; d/o Daniel and Rachel Ann (Haun) Lynn; born 12/3/1820 in Warren Co, MO or Montgomery Co, MO. She died in 1892 in Douglas Co, OR.  She married (1) Jesse Lafayette Woodson who was born in KY and (2) Alfred T. Ambrose  Lynn-Ambrose-Woodson Family Photos

MAEL, Robert:

MAHAN, David:

*12: MANSFIELD, Dominic (1818- ): m'd 1853 POLLARD, Celia E.

*12: MANSFIELD, James Matthew: m'd 1851 ALFORD, Manerva

*12: MANSFIELD, James W.

*12: MANSFIELD, Martha Jane: m'd 1850 RODGERS, James Berry; James Berry Rodgers (11/12/1826-1/31/1899), & Martha Jane Mansfield Rodgers (5/9/1831-6/12/1914), married 10/10/1850 by Martha's uncle John Mansfield and settled in Harrisburg, OR.  They had 6 boys & 7 girls, five children died of childhood diseases and are buried in Alford Cemetery, north of Harrisburg.  The Rodgers moved to So. Oregon, White City (Beagle) area in 1871, and raised their 8 remaining children. Both James & Martha, with many of their descendants are buried at our Pioneer/Historic Antioch Cemetery in White City (previously known as Beagle area in Jackson County). 

*12: MANSFIELD, Mary Ann: m'd 1847 ALFORD, William

*12: MANSFIELD, Moses:m'd 1847 ALFORD, Matilda

MARKHAM, Daniel Boone (1822- ): m'd 1864 PICKERING, Cordelia; settled Marion Co

MARSHALL, Richard:

MARTIN, J.L. (1822- ): m1. CUSICK, Fanny; m2. BRENNER, Catherine

MARTIN, M.P. (1819- ):

MASCHER, Christ F. (1811-1896 ): m'd 1836 EISENHART, Sarah; settled Marion Co

MASCHER, L. F. (1850- ):

MATHEWS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MATHEWS, Albert Atwater (1822- ): m1. 1853 GUILD, Mary Jane; m2. 1859 WHISLER, Barbary Alice; s/o Jeremiah and Nancy (Farnham) Matthews

MATHEWS, Elizabeth (1805-1887): m'd 1827 HOWELL, Benjamin H.

MAUPIN, Eliza (1809- ): m'd 1833 BLEVINS, Isaac

MAUPIN, Garrett (1821-1867): m'd  16 Mar 1845 POINDEXTER, Martha Ann; born 20 Sep 1821 Clay Co, MO and died 04 Aug 1867 Elkton, Douglas Co, OR; s/o Perry and Rachel Maupin; settled Lane Co; settling the first winter in Polk Co and moving to Eugene, Lane Co, in 1851.  He remained there until 1864 when the family moved to Douglas Co.  Garret was accidentally killed when a load of logs fell on him in 1867.  Father of 11 children (Leonora, Louisa, Mary Jane, Salina Ellen, Captain Henley, Thomas Perry, Isabel, Edwina, Emma Catherine, Garrett Bryan and John Lee)

MAUPIN, Lenora (1846-1923): m1. 06 Nov 1864 BUNCH, David; m2. LANGDON, Ansel; born 09 Dec 1846 IL and died Jan 1923 Salem, Marion Co, OR; d/o Garrett and Martha (Poindexter) Maupin

MAUPIN, Louisa (1848- ): m'd CASADA, John; born 09 Dec 1848 MO; d/o Garrett and Martha (Poindexter) Maupin

MCBEE, Thomas:

MCCAN, Daniel:

MCCLAIN, George F. (1850- ):

MCCLELLAN, Aletta Ann (1841- ): d/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan; died in Boise, ID

MCCLELLAN, Amanda Melvina (1844-1910): m'd 1862 PALMER, Ephriam; d/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan; died in Boise, ID

MCCLELLAN, Ann Mariah (1848- ): m'd 1865 BLESSINGER, Alexander; d/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan; died in ID

MCCLELLAN, Charles (1825-1857): s/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan; died at Troutdale, OR

MCCLELLAN, John (1777-1866 ): m'd 1824 REED, Amanda; died in Boise, ID

MCCLELLAN, John (1827-1916): s/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan

MCCLELLAN, Laura Minerva (1836-1863): m'd 1860 PEARCE, R. M.; d/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan; died in  ID

MCCLELLAN, Levia (c1832-1864): m'd 1852 CROSBY, Fayette; d/o John and Amanda (Reed) McClellan

*6: MCCOLLUM, Samuel (1810-1888): m'd CALLAHAN, Zilpha

*6: MCCOLLUM, William (1841- ): s/o Samuel and Zilpha (Callahan) McCollum

*16: MCCONNELL, I.A.: reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

MCCORD, James S. (1829- ): m'd BROWN, Olive E.

MCCORD, William Rankin (1831- ): m'd 1856 SCOTT, Harriet L.

MCCORMICK, Matthew (1825- ): m'd 1847 CLANCY, Joanna

MCCOY, James (1820- ): settled Yamhill Co

MCCRACKEN, John (1826- ):

MCCUNE, Robert (1820-): m'd 1857 BUELL, Sarah A.

MCDANIEL, Robert (1814- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

MCDONALD, David (1818- ): with wife and 6 children- emigrant of 1848

MCDONALD, Jane (1817-1895): m'd 1837 MILLER, William

MCDONALD, Rhoda (1825-1912): m'd 1845 ARBUCKLE, Robert; buried Long Creek Cemetery, Grant Co, OR

MCDONALD, Mrs.: mother of David McDonald

MCDOWELL, Alden G. (1817- ):

MCDOWELL, John:

MCDOWELL, Sarah E.:

MCFARLAND, David G. (1846- ); s/o James and Mary (Jones) McFarland

*16: MCFARLAND, J.J.: reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850 (sames as James below?)

MCFARLAND, James (1807-1885) m'd JONES, Mary

MCGHEE, John Wesley Rev. (1821- ): m1. 1840 MILLER, Cornelia D.; m2. Hyde (WHITAKER), Rachel Mrs; went to CA via the Isthmus of Panama; moved to OR 1853; settled Marion Co

MCGHEE, Mary (1841- ): m'd DAY, Silas J.; d/o John and Cornelia (Miller) McGhee; went to CA via the Isthmus of Panama; moved to OR 1853

MCGHEE, Melville: s/o John and Cornelia (Miller) McGhee; went to CA via the Isthmus of Panama; moved to OR 1853

MCINTIRE, Horace James (1820-1898): m'd 1842 MILLER, Narcissa Marie; s/o Charles and Sarah (Linder) McIntire

MCKEE, Benjamin Franklin (1837-1927): m'd 1856 MORRIS, Ann; s/o James and Elizabeth (Williams) McKee; buried Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, Marion Co, OR; father of 8 children (Elizabeth, Martha, Jeanette, Olive, Clara, Rodney, Eva and Benjamin Jr.);

MCKEE, David Allen (1835- ): m. 1863 HALL, Caroline Melinda; m2. 1899 HUFFMAN, Lottie B.; s/o James and Elizabeth (Williams) McKee; settled Silverton, Marion Co, OR; buried at Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, Marion Co, OR; father of 13 children (James, Charles, Albert, Walter, Leonard, Ada, Emma, Edward, Wiley, Ivy, Herman, Minnie, and Della)

MCKEE, James: m1. WILLIAMS, Elizabeth (died 1838 MO leaving 2 children); m2. 1841 TRAISTER, Lydia; settled Silverton, Marion Co, OR; buried Simmons Cemetery, Mt. Angel, Marion Co, OR

MCKEE, Lucinda Jane (c1842- ): m'd 1859 SHEPHERD, F. M.; d/o James and Lydia (Traister) McKee

MCKERN, Luke:

MCKINNEY, John F. Jr. (1832-1919): m'd 1854 SMITH, Malissa; s/o John and Ann (Austin) McKinney; to CA 1850, to OR 1851

MCKINNEY, Joseph A.: s/o John and Ann (Austin) McKinney

MCLENCH, Benjamin F.: m'd 1852 GRAY, Mary Almira

MCMAHON, Samuel W.:

MCNULTY, John:

MCPHERSON, William Angus: m'd FENN, Nancy Jane

MEDLEY, John H.: m'd VENABLE, Mary Helen

MERCER, Kimball B.:

MEREDITH, Absalom J.:

MERRELL, Charles J.:

MICON, John:

MICON, Thomas B. (1823- ): settled Linn Co

MILES, Samuel A.:

MILLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MILLER, A.N.:

MILLER, Abraham George Jr. (1811- ): m1. 1833 MORGAN, Julia Ann; m2. 1861 Turnidge (DAGLEY), Elizabeth

MILLER, Abraham Reid (1825-1895):

MILLER, Anna: d/o Gabriel and (1st wife) Miller

MILLER, Augustus (1819- ): m'd 1853 MILLER, Priscilla

MILLER, Caroline: d/o William and Jane (McDonald) Miller

MILLER, Cornelia D. ( -1850): m'd 1840 McGHEE, John Wesley; went to CA via the Isthmus of Panama; died enroute of Panama fever and was buried at sea

MILLER, Elias Moore (1833-1920): m'd 1862 FARLOW, Sarah Maria; s/o George and Mary (Stockton) Miller; buried Ashland Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson Co

MILLER, Elizabeth: m'd BROWN, [ ]

MILLER, Elizabeth (1835-1914): m1. 1870 MORRIS, Philip V.; m2. JOHNSON, Elias M.; d/o George and Mary (Stockton) Miller

MILLER, Emily:

MILLER, Eugene: s/o Gabriel and Anna (Titus) Miller

MILLER, Ezra: s/o Gabriel and Anna (Titus) Miller

MILLER, Frank: s/o Gabriel and Anna (Titus) Miller

MILLER, Gabriel (1841- ): s/o Malcolm and Jenetta (Anderson) Miller

MILLER, George (1785-1874): m1. 1805 STOVER, Lydia; m2. SMITH, Nellie; m3. 1828 STOCKTON, Mary Ann; settled in Linn Co; buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Linn Co; s/o John and Mary (Keene) Miller

MILLER, George A. (1831- ): m'd HARRIS, Elizabeth

MILLER, George Samuel (1837-1918): m'd 1861 WALTER, Mabel Jerusha; s/o George and Mary (Stockton) Miller

MILLER, Henry B. (1848- ): m'd SUMMERVILLE, Frances; s/o George and Mary (Stockton) Miller

MILLER, Isaac D. (1828-1911): m1. 1864 RUDY, Mary Magdalene; m2. JOHNSON, Ellen E.; s/o George and Mary (Stockton) Miller

MILLER, Isaac Newton (1828-1873): m'd 1853 CLARK, Emily; s/o Isaac and Martha (Beard) Miller

MILLER, J.W. Rev. (1823- ):

MILLER, James W. (1833- ): m'd 1874 BRENNER, Rosa A.; s/o Malcolm Miller

MILLER, John (1830-1876): s/o George Miller; buried Millersburg Cemetery, Linn Co

MILLER, John B. (1826-1856): m'd 1850 SMITH, Mary Ann; s/o Abraham and Mary (Little) Miller; settled Linn Co

MILLER, John F. (1835- ): m'd SHATTUCK, Mary J.

MILLER, John Washington (1833- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Mary Elizabeth

MILLER, Joseph:

MILLER, Malcolm: m'd ANDERSON, Jenetta; emigrated with wife and 9 children

MILLER, Malcolm (1835- ): m'd REDMAN, Margaret E.

MILLER, Martha:

MILLER, Martha Doak:

MILLER, Narcissa Marie (1822-1887): m'd 1842 MCINTIRE, Horace James; died Columbia Co, OR; d/o Robert and Sarah (Ferguson) Miller

MILLER, Rebecca (1839- ): d/o George Miller

MILLER, Robert B. (1843- ):

*15: MILLER, Samuel (1806-1884/8): m'd 1832 HART, Rachel J.

MILLER, Samuel (1831- ): m'd 1851 EARL, Ellen; settled Marion Co

MILLER, Sarah (1823-1853): m'd 1853 GINGLES, James; d/o Isaac and Martha (Beard) Miller

*15: MILLER, Thomas M. (1839- ): s/o Samuel and Rachel (Hart) Miller

MILLER, William: originally emigrated in 1848; returned east and organized a wagon party that included his mother-in-law, his brother-in-law, David McDonald with his wife and 6 children, and his brother, Malcolm with his wife and 9 children

MILLER, William Stockton (1831-1895): m'd 1853 PETRIE, Delilah; s/o George and Mary (Stockton) Miller; buried Cresswell Cemetery, Lane Co

MOFFATT, Francis (c1828- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Elizabeth; settled Polk Co

MOFFITT, Joab W.:

MONROE, John A. "Jack" (1823- ): m'd 1851 KINNEY, Rebecca Ann

MONTGOMERY, Lorenzo Dow (1823- ): s/o Robert and Elizabeth (Stevenson) Montgomery; orphaned as a teenager and with his brothers went to live with an aunt; went to CA in 1849; to OR in 1850; was legislator from southern Oregon; appointed Indian Agent; resigned position and went back to mining; never married; buried in Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, OR

MOORE, James: so Robert and Margaret (Clark) Moore

MOORE, Jean McDowell (1807-1883): m'd 1825 PAINTER, Phillip; d/o Robert and Margaret (Clark) Moore; father was member of Peoria Party of 1839; husband and two sons died of cholera at Ft. Kearney during emigration; made home with father at Linn City; later published the Oregon Spectator; deeded paper to her daughter in 1852; mother of 8 children

MOORE, John:

MOORE, Joseph Clark (1806- ): so Robert and Margaret (Clark) Moore

MOORE, Rachel ( -c1850): m'd 1847 JONES, Stephen; husband arrives with 14 mo old son and no wife, she may have died on trail between 1 and 24 miles east of Ft. Laramie

MOORE, Robert M. (1827- ): m'd 1848 [ ], Esther; settled Linn Co

MOORE, Samuel Clark: m'd MCCULLOCH, Mary Ann

MOORE, William:

MOREHEAD, Robert:

MORELAND, Jesse:

MORGAN, James B. ( -1896):

MORGAN, William W.:

MORLEY, Moses (1793-1852): m'd 1813 WADKINS, Catharine; buried Silverton, OR; believed to be in an unmarked grave next to his wife

MORLEY, William (1817- ): m'd 1841 CRAMMER, Margaret; s/o Moses and Catharine (Wadkins) Morley

MORRIS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2: MORRIS, Andrew Buford (1832-1902): m1. BENSLEY, Martha; m2. CRABTREE, Rebecca; s/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris; died Linn Co, OR

*2: MORRIS, Catherine (1834-c1854): m'd 1851 CLAYPOOL, William; s/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris

*2: MORRIS, Clarence Lee (1837-1911): m'd 1857 THOMAS, Catherine; s/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris; died Wasco Co, OR

*2: MORRIS, Josephine B. (1839-1911): m'd 1857 MARSHALL, Arthur; d/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris; died Linn Co, OR

*2: MORRIS, Mary Ann (1845-1928): m'd POWELL, Henry Clay; d/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris; died Linn Co, OR

*2: MORRIS, Nathaniel Miller (1842-1904): m'd 1862 PROPST, Margaret Ann; s/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris; after marriage he moved to Whitman Co, WT where he homesteaded until 1890; then moved to Idaho where they both died in Idaho Co, ID; father of 13 children

*2: MORRIS, Preston (1802-1869): m1. 1829 MILLER, Adaliza; m2. 1849 RIGGS, Salina; s/o Maurice and Sarah (Cushman) Morris; settled in Linn Co; died Linn Co, OR

*2: MORRIS, Sarah Jane (1830-1862): m'd 1848 GRIGGS, Alley B.; d/o Preston and Adaliza (Miller) Morris; died Linn Co, OR

MORRIS, William C. (c1829-1883): m'd CORNELIUS, Elizabeth; buried Condit Cemetery

MUDGE, Nathan F. (1827- ): m'd 1853 WHEALDON, Elizabeth

*13: MULKEY group

MURPHY, Daniel (1800-1866): m'd c1827 DILLON, Catherine; settled Marion Co

MYERS, John:

NEAL, John:

NEALY, Nelson (1814- ):

NEALY, Samuel:

NEIL, William (c1822- ): m'd 1839 [ ], Mehala

*18: NELSON, Elson ( -1850): died of cholera and was buried beside the trail

NEWCOMB, Silas (1822- ): settled Benton Co

NEWELL, David R. (1825- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

NICHOLSON, Daniel W. (1819- ):  settled Benton Co

NICKLIN, Arthur J. (1828- ):  settled Polk Co


NICKLIN, Evaline H.: m'd 1851 RIGGS, James Berry [photo contributed by Berniece Hammon, additional photos in Photo Gallery]

NICKLIN, John H. (1804- ): m'd 1824 [ ], Sarah; settled Polk Co

NICKLIN, John I. O. (1835- ):

NOBLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
NOBLE, Margaret E. (1845- ): d/o William and Margaret (Sultzburger) Noble

NOBLE, William Sherman (1819-1890): m'd SULTZBURGER, Sarah Margaret

*18: NOBLETT, Emma: m'd TOWNSEND, George

NORTH, Charles:

NORTON, Chloe (1821-1908): m'd PATTERSON, Washington; d/o Solomon and Cynthia (Knapp) Norton; died in Auburn, King Co, WA

NORTON, Phoebe (1831-c1901): m1. 1849 HOFFMAN, Samuel; m2. 1854 DAVIS, Charles C.; d/o Solomon and Cynthia (Knapp) Norton; returned east by ship; died in KS

NYE, Elizabeth Jane (1847-1880): m'd MCDONALD, E. J.; d/o John and Mary (Childers) Nye

NYE, John S. (1823-1902): m'd 1846 CHILDERS, Mary Ellen; s/o Jacob and Margaret Nye;  buried Cox Cemetery, Marion Co, OR 

NYE, Mary M. (1850-1911): m'd BERCAW, J.W.; d/o John and Mary (Childers) Nye

ODENEAL, Levi: m'd JOHNSON, Mary

ODENEAL, Thomas H. B. (c1838- ): m'd c1858 MULKEY, America; s/o Levi and Mary (Johnson) Odeneal; country clerk of Benton Co; established Corvallis Gazette

OFFIELD, James E. ( -1850):  m'd 1838 [ ], Lucinda; died on Platte River about 30 miles west of Ft. Laramie 28 Jun 1850 of cholera

OFFIELD, James W. (1844- ): s/o James and Lucinda Offield

OFFIELD, John L.: brother of James E. Offield; had one leg, secured claim on Gribble's Prairie

OFFIELD, Lucinda: m'd OFFIELD, James E.; continued on with family after death of husband and settled on Gribble's Prairie

OFFIELD, William (1793- ): wife died 28 June 1850 of cholera on Platte River about 30 miles west of Ft. Laramie

OFFIELD, William Mrs.: died 28 June 1850 of cholera on Platte River about 30 miles west of Ft. Laramie

OSBURN, John (1831- ): m'd 1867 MARTIN, Harriet

OWNBEY, Jesse Marvin: originally emigrant of 1845; see 1845 listing

PACKARD, Willman: OHS #1508 23pp

PAINTER, Joseph C. (1841- ): s/o Philip and Jean (Moore) Painter

PAINTER, Margaretta Ann: m'd SCHNEBLY, David; d/o Philip and Jean (Moore) Painter; mother deeded the Oregon Spectator to her c1852 and she ran if for several years; later moved to Ellensburg, WA

PAINTER, Phillip (1794 -1850): m'd MOORE, Jean McDowell; s/o William and Martha (Torton) Painter; died of cholera near Ft. Kearney, NE

PAINTER, Sarah Jean (1843-1914): m'd 1859 DAY, George Clay; d/o Philip and Jean (Moore) Painter; mother of 16 children; died at Finely, ID

PAINTER, Robert (1827- ):

PAINTER,Son #1 ( -1850): died of cholera near Ft. Kearney; s/o Philip and Jean (Moore) Painter

PAINTER, Son #2 ( -1850): died of cholera near Ft. Kearney; s/o Philip and Jean (Moore) Painter

PAINTER, William Charles (1830- ):

PALMER, Peter Parker (1826- ): m'd SLOCUM, Mary

PARKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PARKER, Howell (1824- ): settled Marion Co

PARKER, Wiley H. (1825- ): settled Marion Co

PARRISH, Heshbon: emigrant of 1844

*4: PARRISH, John Gould (1805- ): 1823 m'd HERRINGTON, Margaret

PARRISH, O.:

*4: PARRISH, William Henry (1848- ): m'd 1874 ALDERMAN, Sarah Angeline; s/o John and Margaret (Herrington) Parrish

PARSONS, Omri: 1849 to CA

PARTLOW, James Monroe (1824- ): m'd 05 Nov 1870 BARRETT, Louise Mrs.; s/o Elijah and Ann (White) Partlow

PARTLOW, Martha Ann (1823- ): m1. 1842 TULL, William S.; m2. 1846 ALLEN, William Richardson Dr.; m3. 1852 BARLOW, William; d/o Elijah and Ann (WHITE) Partlow; born 23 Sept. 1823 in Partlow, Spotsylvania Co., VA, and the twin sister of Mary Elizabeth; migrated to OR with second husband;

PARTLOW, Mary Elizabeth (1823- ): m'd WHITE, William L;d/o Elijah and Ann (WHITE) Partlow;born 23 Sept. 1823 in Partlow, Spotsylvania Co., VA, and the twin sister of Martha Ann

PATTERSON, Alexander (1849-1911): m'd 1902 STRICKER, Ethel May; sc/o Washington and Chloe (Norton) Patterson

PATTERSON, Clara Ann (1852-1912): m'd 1868 GOFF, Stephen Taylor

PATTERSON, Cynthia (1841-1924): m'd 1859 BURGETT, Ira Alvinza; d/o Washington and Chloe (Norton) Patterson

PATTERSON, Diana (1846-1914): m'd 1862 ALLEN, David; d/o Washington and Chloe (Norton) Patterson

PATTERSON, Louisa Jane (1843-1874): m'd 1860 VANDERPOOL, Campbell Mann c/o Washington and Chloe (Norton) Patterson

PATTERSON, George (1829- ): cut off for CA; returned to Grant Co, WI in 1851

PATTERSON, Washington (1819-1884): m'd 1840 NORTON, Chloe; settled Benton Co; moved to Whitman Co, WA where he died Jul 1884.

PATTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PATTON, John (1831- ): s/o Matthew and Polly (Grimes) Patton

PATTON, Robert Jesse (1836-1894): m'd BENNETT, Elizabeth Jane; s/o William and Mary (Sherwood) Patton

PATTON, William Thompson (1807-1888): m'd SHERWOOD, Mary Elizabeth 

PAUL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PAUL, Celia Ann: m'd 1846 ELLIOTT, James Monroe

PAUL, William Augustus (1824-1906): m'd 1849 ELLIOTT, Hannah Jane; settled Linn Co

*16: PAXTON, Robert: reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

PEAKE, William H. (1831- ): settled in Lane Co

PEARCE, Ira B.: settled in Marion Co

PEARCY, James D.:

PEARCY, Nathan:

PECKENPAUGH, Ezariah:

PEEBLES, John Cannon (1826- ): m'd MARKS, Eliza J.:

PERCIVAL, R. C. (1822- ): m'd 1867 DAVIS, Elizabeth

*16: PERHAM, Eugene E. L. (1825- ): settled in Benton Co; reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

PERRY, William B.:

PIERCE, Charles W.:

PIETTI, John B.P.:

PINKSTON FAMILY RESEARCHER
PINKSTON, Harrison (1816-1892): m1. 1844 VENABLE, Martha Frances; m2. 1851 VENABLE, Maria Louisa; settled Douglas Co

POINDEXTER, James N. (1830- ):

POINDEXTER, Martha Ann (1829-1909): m'd 1845 MAUPIN, Garrett; born 14 Feb 1829 KY and died 17 Mar 1909 Oakland, Douglas Co, OR; d/o Thomas and Maxie Poindexter; mother of 11 children (Leonora, Louisa, Mary Jane, Salina Ellen, Captain Henley, Thomas Perry, Isabel, Edwina, Emma Catherine, Garrett Bryan and John Lee)

POINTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:    William Pointer Genealogy

POINTER, Theodore William "Theo" (1842-1923): m'd 1873 CORNING, Silvia Alvira; s/o William and Martha (Long) Pointer; in 1873 he was still attempting to obtain title to his parents' donation land claim

POINTER, William (1810-1854): m'd 1839 LONG, Martha Elizabeth; settled on a donation land claim in Washington Co; died in El Dorado Co, CA Jan 1854; his wife died in 1857

POLLY, Joseph C. (1830- ): s/o Peter and Elizabeth (Cox) Polly; settled Marion Co

POLLY, Peter (1806- ): m'd COX, Elizabeth; settled Marion Co

POOL, John:

POPE, Seth Capt. (1803- ): arrived by ship

PORTER, Allen (1828-1906): m'd 1895 MARLEY, Alma Sophia; s/o Edward and Anna (Anderson) Porter; died King Co, WA; parents and siblings came in 1853

PORTER, John A.: m'd 1858 MULKEY, Missouri

PORTER, R.M. (1826- ): m1. BROWN, Caroline; m2. STOKES, Mrs. Laura A.

PORTERFIELD, James Erastus (1818-1901): m1. 1843 PATRICK, Isabel; m2. 1848 WATSON (CAMPBELL), Ruth

PORTERFIELD, Miles Marshall (1848-1926): m'd 1881 WRIGHT, Eva DeEtta; s/o Miles and Ruth Porterfield

POST, Jerome B.:

POWELL, Silas (1825-1869): m'd 1844 RICE, Harriet; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell; settled Linn Co

POWERS, Ebenezer Z. (1827- ): cut off for CA; per Gilmore researcher Billy Songer

PRINE, William Martin (1812- ): m'd 1831 Unknown, Mary; returned to MO and emigrated again in 1852 with family members

PULLEN, George R.:

*16: PYLE, Thomas: reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

RACKLIFF, Alexander:

RACKLIFF, William Capt. (1795-1876): m'd RACKLIFF, Mary; (Mary and William, were cousins, both descendants of John Rackliff, Jr.: William from John & his first wife Mary Foss and Mary from John and his 2nd wife, Mehitable Chandler.) Capt. William Rackliff   emigrated with his son and daughter by sea; his wife emigrated with their small son in 1851; Capt. Rackliff died 5 August 1876 in Myrtle Point, Coos Co., Oregon.  Mary died in 1880 in Myrtle Point.  They are buried in the family cemetery at the forks of the Coquille River.  He had a trading post at the forks and made trips to San Francisco with produce and timber to sell and to buy supplies for the trading post. After his death, William E. took over the trading post and the trade with San Francisco.  Both Williams built boats on the Umpqua and The Coquille rivers.   

RACKLIFF, William Edwards (1834-1909): m'd 1865 RANSOM, Cordelia Emma; s/o William and Mary Rackliff; arrived by sea with father and sister; mother remained in Maine and emigrated in 1851; buried in Rackliff Cemetery, Myrtle Point, Coos Co, OR

RACKLIFF, Mary Jane (1827-1910): m'd 1851 CLARKE, Joseph Edward; d/o William and Mary Rackliff;  arrived by sea with father and brother; mother remained in Maine and emigrated in 1851; died in Seattle, WA

RAMSBY, Robinson C. (1823-1909): m'd REYNOLDS, Mary

RANSDELL, Shelton:

RAY, Charles F. (1819- ):  m'd EYRE, Amelia

REDFORD, Edward P. (1829- ): m1. 1855 COCHRAN, Sarah Martha; m2. BIRCH, Minerva Mrs.; m3. Hymas (WOOLEY), Harriet E.; emigrated to CA in 1850; 1852 to Portland; 1853 settled in Benton Co

Calvin C. REED FAMILY RESEARCHER      NOTE: There were two separate Calvin Reed families in 1850.  A relationship between them has not been established at this point.

*14: REED, Benjamin Calvin (1844-1905): m'd 12 Aug 1894 McKERN, Anna; s/o Calvin and Laura (Fuller) Reed; Benjamin Calvin Reed was born on 2 Nov 1844 in Fairview, Fulton, IL. He died on 7 Nov 1905 in Pine City, Whitman, WA. He was buried in Pine City Cemetery, Pine City, Whitman, WA.  Benjamin married Anna McKern "Annie" on 12 Aug 1894 in Spokane, WA.  Anna was born in Feb 1861 in OR.

REED, Bianca (1850- ): d/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 2 October 1850 western slope of Mt. Hood, Clackamas, Oregon; She married William Grandison Hill 2 May 1869 - Wilbur, Douglas, Oregon

The two Calvin Reeds of 1850 by Erica Hanson

*14: REED, Calvin (1811-1863): m'd. 04 Oct 1834 FULLER, Laura Minerva; Calvin Reed Jr. was born on 23 Mar 1811 in Canandaigua, Ontario, NY. He died on 17 Mar 1863 in Troutdale, Multnomah, OR.; he m1. Laura Minerva Fuller daughter of Fuller on 4 Oct 1834 in Olmsted, Cuyahoga, OH. Laura was born on 17 Dec 1815 in Cuyahoga, OH. She died in 1850 in Julesburg, Sedgwick, CO. She was buried along the Oregon Trail; Calvin Calvin was the father of six children (Robert Bruce, Julia Ann, Harriet Ann, Benjamin Calvin, Rupert and Sylvanus)*14: REED, Calvin (1811-1863): m'd. 04 Oct 1834 FULLER, Laura Minerva; Calvin Reed Jr. was born on 23 Mar 1811 in Canandaigua, Ontario, NY. He died on 11 Feb 1856 in Troutdale, Multnomah, OR.; he m. Laura Minerva Fuller daughter of Fuller on 4 Oct 1834 in Olmsted, Cuyahoga, OH. Laura was born on 17 Dec 1815 in Cuyahoga, OH. She died in 1850 near Julesburg, Sedgwick, CO. along the Oregon Trail and was buried on it; Calvin was the father of six children (Robert Bruce, Julia/Juliet, Harriet Ann, Benjamin Calvin, Rupert and Sylvanus).

REED, Calvin C. ( -1856): m'd BROWN, Alvira A. Brown;  The Reeds arrived at the Philip Foster Farm in Eagle Creek, Clackamas, Oregon - a few days after the birth of their 7th child Bianca. The birth occurred on the western slope of Mt. Hood on the Barlow Road. Calvin C. Reed died 2 February 1856 Winchester, Douglas, Oregon.  (Children who were born after the families arrival in Oregon are Dwight Reed born 14 May 1852 - Winchester, Douglas, Oregon--married Alice L. Iles 1873 - Eugene, Lane, Oregon and Hortense R. Reed born 2 May 1854 - Winchester, Douglas, Oregon-married Thomas Applegate 24 October 1875 - Wilbur, Douglas, Oregon)

REED, Calvin Mattson (1840- ): m'd PARKS, Lottie; s/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 1840, Anamosa, Jones, Iowa

REED, Decator Gaye (1847- ): s/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 14 May 1847 Anamosa, Jones, Iowa; He married Mattie McKay 22 December 1887 - Douglas County, Oregon

REED, Delinda A. (1835- ): m'd 24 Mar 1853 HILL, Fleming Radford in Wilbur, Douglas Co, OR; d/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 27 March 1835 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan.

REED, Charles H.:

REED, George Nelson (1839- ): m'd  22 October 1874 SWISHER, Sarah Catherine in Union County, Oregon;  s/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 9 August 1839 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan.

*14: REED, Harriet Ann (1842-1924): m'd MARDEN, John Merrill; d/o Calvin and Laura (Fuller) Reed; Harriet Ann Reed "Hatty; Hattie" was born on 9 Apr 1842 in Springfield, Sangamon, IL. She died on 26 Oct 1924 in The Dalles, Wasco, OR.  Harriet married John Merrill Marden son of Nathaniel M. Marden and Mary Lutz on 13 Jan 1869 in Wasco, OR. John was born on 30 Nov 1828 in Georgetown, DC. He died on 19 Mar 1912 in Wasco, OR

*14: REED, Julia Ann (1841-1919): m'd HARN , William Singleton; d/o Calvin and Laura (Fuller) Reed; Julia  was born on 22 Apr 1841 in IL. She died on 17 Apr 1919 in Kellogg, Shoshone, ID. She was buried in Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Mulnomah, OR.  Julia married William Singleton Harn son of Elisha Lemuel Harn and Keziah Griswell on 17 Mar 1859 in Portland, Multnomah, OR. William was born in 1831 in Hagerstown, Frederick, MD. He died on 10 Oct 1895 in Hood River, Hood River, OR.

REED, Oscar Oran (1842- ): m1. 24 May 1866 LEHNHERR, Mary Catherine; m2. 22 Jun 1890 BRITTON, Margaret Woods; s/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 9 June 1842 Anamosa, Jones, Iowa

*14: REED, Robert Bruce (1837- ): s/o Calvin and Laura (Fuller) Reed

*14: REED, Rupert (c1848- ): s/o Calvin and Laura (Fuller) Reed;

REED, Sarah Alvina (1844- ): m1. 06 May 1865 IMBLER, John Warren Imbler in Wilbur, Douglas, Oregon; m2 Dec 1889 RIPPETOW, James L.;  d/o Calvin and Alvira (Brown) Reed; b. 3 March 1844 Anamosa, Jones, Iowa

*14: REED, Sylvanus (c1849- ): s/o Calvin and Laura (Fuller) Reed;

*14: REED, Zachariah (1804- ): m'd 1849 [ ], Jane; settled Clackamas Co

REID, James H.:

REYNOLDS, James C.:

RHODES, Croghan (1818- ): m'd 1843 [ ], Nancy

RHYNE, Elizabeth ( -1850): m'd SETTLEMIER, George F.; died on trail

RICE, Charles (1797- ): settled Linn Co

RICE, James N. (1832- ): m'd 1857 ROBINETT, Nancy

RICHET, James M.:

RICKEY FAMILY RESEARCHER
RICKEY, Henry:

RICKEY, James (1802-1875):

*8: RIDDLE, Dan:

RIDEOUT, David:

RIFFLE, Thomas M. (1828- ): settled Lane Co

*18: RIGDON, Amanda (1846- ): d/o Thomas and Anna (Townsend) Rigdon

*18: RIGDON, Artillisa (1843- ): m'd 1858 CALLAHAN, Sidney C.; d/o Thomas and Anna (Townsend) Rigdon

*18: RIGDON, George: s/o Thomas and Anna (Townsend) Rigdon

*18: RIGDON, Lutinsi (1847- ): m'd SHAFFER, Logan; d/o Thomas and Anna (Townsend) Rigdon

RIGDON, Stephen: to CA 1850; to OR 1853

*18: RIGDON, Thomas (1818-  ): m'd 1843 TOWNSEND, Anna; s/o John and Catherine (Logan) Rigdon; settled in Marion Co

*18: RIGDON, Winfield Taylor (1849-1942): m'd 1878 SMITH, Mary Jane; s/o Thomas and Anna (Townsend) Rigdon

RIGGS, Salina: m'd 1849 MORRIS, Preston

RIGSON, Thomas (1824-  ): settled in Clackamas Co; went to Jackson Co where he died; family returned to Clackamas Co

RILEY, J. B. (1827- ): m'd JACOBS, S.

RISDON, David M.:

RITCHIE, Harvey A. (1827-1905): to IL 1828, to IA 1833; back to IL 1843; emigrant to CA 1850; buried Wasco Methodist Cemetery, Sherman Co, OR (per Sherry Kaseberg at sherryk@transport.com)

*21: RITCHIE, Samuel and wife

*1: RITTER, Barbara: m'd HARDMAN, Joseph

*1: RITTER, Margaret: m'd HARDMAN, Benjamin Jr.

RITZ, Philip: settled Benton Co; OHS #1508 6pp

*21: ROBERTS, Samuel B. and wife

ROBINSON, I. C. (1827- ):

RODGERS FAMILY RESEARCHER
*12: RODGERS, James Berry (1826-1899): m'd 1850 MANSFIELD, Martha Jane; s/o Jesse C. and Ruth (Hurt) Rodgers; James Berry Rodgers (11/12/1826-1/31/1899), & Martha Jane Mansfield Rodgers (5/9/1831-6/12/1914), married 10/10/1850 by Martha's uncle John Mansfield and settled in Harrisburg, OR.  They had 6 boys & 7 girls, five children died of childhood diseases and are buried in Alford Cemetery, north of Harrisburg.  The Rodgers moved to So. Oregon, White City (Beagle) area in 1871, and raised their 8 remaining children. Both James & Martha, with many of their descendants are buried at our Pioneer/Historic Antioch Cemetery in White City (previously known as Beagle area in Jackson County).  The Rodgers line is French (Huguenots), according to my grandmother.  During the Civil War, the father, Jesse Rodgers was killed while out gathering medicinal roots by members of the Northern States Militia (Yankees). In the spring of 1850 Jesse & Ruth's son James Berry Rodgers  (1826-1899), his brother Milton and a sister, joined a train of wagons heading from Missouri to the Willamette River Valley in Oregon Territory.  In an account of an ancestor, Milton A. Houston left Missouri in 1849 to find land suitable for raising stock and growing sorghum.  Possibly the Rodgers siblings were similarly motivated.
  There was much illness on the prairie and many people died, among them Nicholas Mansfield (1800-1850) of Roane Co. Tenn. and his wife Martha Jane Morris Mansfield (?- 1850).  Nicholas and Martha died at separate places near Fort Kearny (now Nebraska) along the Oregon Trail.  Other members of the Mansfield family on the wagon train took the orphaned children (one was my g grandmother Martha Jane Mansfield Rodgers).  The settlers continued across the plains to Fort Hall (now Idaho), where the trail split south to California Territory and north along the Snake River to Oregon Territory.
  When they reached The Dalles, on the Columbia River, the settlers heard of the new Oregon Donation Land Law which provided that married couples could receive 640 acres of free land to farm if they applied  before December 1850.  "Love blossomed" among the settlers and on October 10, 1850, 24 year old James Berry Rodgers and 19 year old Martha Jane Mansfield were married.  Their minister was her uncle John Mansfield.  With deed in hand James & Martha settled on a section of land near Harrisburg where they built a home and began rearing a family of 6 boys & 7 girls.

*12: RODGERS, Milton Alexander: m'd 1847 ALFORD, Elizabeth; settled Linn Co

*12: RODGERS, Martha Jane (1833-1918): m'd 1848 ALFORD, Russell; d/o Jesse and Ruth (Hurt) Rodgers; buried Alford Cemetery, Linn Co

ROSS, Emma: m'd SANI, [ ]

ROWELL, Daniel (1827-1865): m'd 1851 Buell, Paulina; His wife Paulina or Pollina Buell, daughter of Elias Buell, came over the Oregon trail in 1847.  They went back to Wisconsin to be with his family, and were returning to Oregon when they died July 30, 1865 in the shipwreck of the "Brother Jonathan" at Crescent City, California. The bodies of Daniel and Pollina were found and buried at Crescent City, but the children were lost.  Only a single boat with a few passengers was able to leave the ship, and survivor Mary (Tweedale) Garretson later recalled the Rowells, "That sweet family, father, mother, standing on that pitching deck, their little ones clutched about them, the wind and spray lashing at their clothing, and she, that beautiful woman, gazing down at us so wistfully as we pulled away."

ROYER, Katherine: m'd HAMILTON, Edward; probably arrived by ship with husband

RUMMEL, John:

RYCRAFT, Squire Little (1828- ): m'd 1858 HAWLEY, Sarah Jane; s/o Joseph and Mary (Hoffman) Rycraft; orphaned at the age of seven; went to CA gold fields in 1850 and then to Oregon in 1851; settled in Benton County; father of  Alma May, Emma Frances, George Hoffman, Joseph C., John A., Leona Belle, Leonidas H., Mark P., Ethel M., Edmie, Mildred and Charles A.

SALISBURY, George W.: went to Sandwich Islands soon after arrival and died there

SAMMIS, Cordelia (1825-1852): m'd 1847 HUDSON, Nathaniel

SAMPSON, Miriam (1810-1889): m'd TOWNSEND, George Gamiel

SANDFORD, R. (1831- ):

*10: SAVAGE, Henry H.: m'd CLAGGETT, Martha; s/o John and Cynthia (Crawford) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, James Franklin: m'd RAY, Maggie; s/o John and Jane (Waite) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, John Mulkey Dr. (1807-1888): m1. CRAWFORD, Cynthia Jane; m2. 1842 WAITE, Jane

*10: SAVAGE, John Waite (1845-1873): m'd 1866 WILCOX, Harriet C.; s/o John and Jane (Waite) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, Louisa S. (1831-1917): m'd PITMAN, Azariah James: d/o John and Cynthia (Crawford) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, Martha Crawford (1835-1928): m'd 1854 BYRD, Lorenzo Austin; d/o John and Jane (Waite) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, Susan Margaret (1838-1909): m'd 1859 GRIFFITH, Lewis Cunningham; d/o John and Cynthia (Crawford) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, William Newton (1847-1927): m'd RAY, Susan E.; s/o John and Jane (Waite) Savage

*10: SAVAGE, William: emigrant of 1845

SAVIER, Thomas A.: m'd MILLER, Mary H.

SAWYER, James:

SCHOLFIELD, Nathan:

SCHOLFIELD, Socrates:

SCHWATKA, Frederick G. (1810-1888): m'd 1833 HUKILL, Amelia; father of 8 children; DLC on Pt. Adams at the mouth of the Columbia; moved to Linn Co in 1853 where he worked as a cooper; 1859 moved to Salem, Marion Co where he remained until his death

SCOTT, James A. (c1821-1891): buried Oregon State Asylum Cemetery; Marion Co, OR

SCOTT, Samuel T.

SCOTT, Thomas:

SCRIBER, Charles Walgrave (1821- ): m'd 1851 GRIFFITH, Mary Jane; s/o Cornelius and Amelia (Walgrave) Scriber

SEELY, Joseph S.:

SETTLE, Henryett (1843-1926): m'd NYE, Jacob L.; d/o [] and Betsey (Gore) Settle; settled Linn Co, OR; buried Gilliland Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

SETTLEMIER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SETTLEMIER, A.: m'd ALLEN, Linnie Ann

SETTLEMIER, Adam: s/o George and Elizabeth (Rhyne) Settlemier

SETTLEMIER, Alexander Allen:

SETTLEMIER, Columbus Kelly: died in CA

SETTLEMIER, David:

SETTLEMIER, George F. (1807-1896): m'd RHYNE, Elizabeth; wife died on trail

SETTLEMIER, George Marion:

SETTLEMIER, George Robbins:

SETTLEMIER, Henry Washington: s/o George and Elizabeth (Rhyne) Settlemier

SETTLEMIER, Jesse Holland (1840- ):

SETTLEMIER, Martin Rhyne:

SETTLEMIER, Mary Ann:

SETTLEMIER, William Franklin:

SEXTON, Edward S. (1822- ):

SHADDEN, Madison (1834- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Martha; s/o Thomas and Martha (Sumner) Shadden

SHAVER, George Washington (1832-1900): m’d Sarah DIXON, d/o James Baughman DIXON & Susan COPPLE

SHEASGREEN, James Jameson (1816- ): settled Polk Co

SHEFFIELD, Jame (1829- ): cut off for CA; returned to Grant Co, WI in 1851

SHERMAN, Isaiah:

*7: SHERWOOD, D.

*18:  SHERWOOD, Child #1:

*18:  SHERWOOD, Child #2:

*18:  SHERWOOD, Child #3:

*18: SHERWOOD, John (1816- ): m'd BONNEY, Hannah S.

SHIEL, George K.:

SHIEL, James Dr. (1829-1853): m'd 1848 NAGLE, Julia M.; buried St. Paul Cemetery, St. Paul, Marion Co, OR; one of first practicing physicians at French Prairie

SHIRLEY, Ezekial A.:

SILVER, Cleves S.:

SIMMONS, Daniel:

SIMMONS, Wheelock (1820- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Lucinda; settled Washington Co

SIMMS, Henry H. (1823- ): m 'd 1852 SPRINGER, Elizabeth

SIMPSON, Francis (1806- ): m'd 1840 [ ], Mary Ann; settled Linn Co

SIPPY, John (1826- ): m1. 1849 HOLLIDAY, Mrs. J.; m2. 1853 HASKETT, Mary J.

SKAIFE, Jasper Newton "Jap" (1850- ): s/o John and Marietta (Hiles) Skaife; born at foot of Mt. Hood during emigration

SKAIFE, John (1822-1892): m'd HILES, Marietta; settled Marion Co

SKAIFE, Mary:

SKIDMORE, Ada (c1845- ): m'd SITTON, Charles E.; d/o Andrew and Sarah (Slater) Skidmore

SKIDMORE, Andrew B.R. ( -1862): m'd SLATER, Sarah Ann

SKIDMORE, Martha (c1843- ): m'd CONNOR, [ ]; d/o Andrew and Sarah (Slater) Skidmore

SKIDMORE, Mary A. (1841- ): m'd PRESTON, [ ]; s/o Andrew and Sarah (Slater) Skidmore

SKIDMORE, Sarah Ann:

SKIDMORE, Stephen Griggs (1838- ): s/o Andrew and Sarah (Slater) Skidmore

SLATER, James Harvey (1827- ): m'd 1854 GRAY, Elizabeth Edna; settled Benton Co

SLAVIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:       Slavin Letter
SLAVIN, John Addison (1829- ): m'd 1852 ROSS, Emma Ruth; s/o William and Frances (Woods) Slavin; donation land claim is now part of Portland, successful business man with numerous land holdings; father of six children; republican

SMART, James (1822- ):

SMITH, Mary Ann (1833-1908): m'd 1850 MILLER, John B.

SMITH, Peter:

SMITH, Pitzer: emigrated with brother, William; both returned east to get their parents; returned in 1853 with family

SMITH, W.B.:

SMITH, William: emigrated with his brother, Pitzer; both returned east to get their parents; returned in 1853 with family

*9: SMYTH, Hinson:

SNELLING, George L. Capt.:

SOUTHERLAND, Ruth ( -1869): m'd 1817 WALKER, Eli; buried Yoncalla Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR

SPARKS, Lemuel A.:

SPARKS, Richard (1816- ): settled Lane Co

SPRINGER, B. H. (1829- ): m'd 17 May 1855 WARREN, Eliza

STARK, John:

STARKWEATHER, William A. (1822- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Eliza; settled Linn Co

STEIWER, Frederick: m 'd 21 Oct 1851 LOONEY, Susan; settled Marion County, OR; Land Records

STEVENS, Benjamin D.:

STEVENSON, Charles:

*9: STEWART, Alexander:

STEWART, Eli:

STEWART, George W. (1830- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Sarah W.; settled Benton Co

STEWART, James W.:

STIPPLE, Elizabeth: m1. BRINKER, John; m2. MANSFIELD, John

STITZEL, Jacob:

STONE, Nancy ( -1850): m'd 1836 WILMOT, Robert P.; died on the trail of cholera

STOUGHTON, John:

STOUT, Johnathan L. (1822- ): m'd 1843 BECKWITH, Abigail E.; settled Clackamas Co

STOVER, John:

STROWBRIDGE, Justus: went to CA 1850; to OR 1853

STROWBRIDGE, William: went to CA 1850; to OR 1853

SULLIVAN, Jane (1827-1882): m'd WOODWORTH, Franklin Newland

SULLIVAN, Timothy:

SULTZBURGER, Sarah Margaret: m'd NOBLE, William Sherman

SUTHERLIN, Amanda (1850-1937): m'd 1870 PLUMMER, Eli; d/o Thomas and Jane (Briscoe) Sutherlin; buried Franklin Butte Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

SUTHERLIN, Thomas (1828-1900): m'd 1847 BRISCOE, Jane (div 1859); s/o John and Sarah (Carmichael) Sutherlin

SWANGER, Jacob:

SWART, Simon:

SWEET, Charles B.:

TALLMAN, Elizabeth: d/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, Frederick: s/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, Ira: s/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, James Jr.: s/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, James (1801-1876): m1. ; m2. 1847 KNOS, Catherine; settled in the Lebanon area at what later became known as Tallman

TALLMAN, Sidney: s/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, Stephen: s/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, Thomas: s/o James Tallman

TALLMAN, William: s/o James Tallman

TANDY  FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TANDY, Francis Burris (1815-1911): m'd HARLOW, Mahlon Hall; d/o Jackson and Sarah (Snelling) Tandy; started for OR in 1850 but wintered over at Salt Lake before continuing on to Oregon; settled in Lane Co

TANDY, Jemima Melvina (1834-1912): m'd 1857 BUSHNELL, John Corydon; settled in Lane Co near her sister, Francis; started for OR in 1850 but wintered over at Salt Lake before continuing on to Oregon; was in such poor health at the beginning of the emigration that it was feared she would not reach Oregon, however by the end of the journey her health was much improved

TANDY, Robert Rutherford (1831-1905): never married; s/o Jackson and Sarah (Snelling) Tandy; emigrated with sister, Francis and her family; started for OR in 1850 but wintered over at Salt Lake before continuing on to Oregon;   started east in 1853  with Andrew J. Babb but was attacked by Indians at Crow Creek in July 1853; turned back and joined the Gale party to return to OR; Babb started on the new Cutoff but turned back and took the Oregon Trail into the valley via the Dalles; Robert remained on the cutoff and was one of the men sent ahead to get assistance for the "Lost Train of 1853"; in 1880 was living in Lake Co, OR with brother, William

TANDY, William Snelling (1837-1911): never married; s/o Jackson and Sarah (Snelling) Tandy; started for OR in 1850 but wintered over at Salt Lake before continuing on to Oregon; in 1880 was living in Lake Co, OR with brother, Robert; in 1910 living in Tillamook Co, OR

TAYLOR, Hiram:

TAYLOR, Oliver P. (1823- ): m'd 1844 [ ], Sarah

TAYLOR, Sarah Ann (1822-1905): m'd GIBSON, Guyon

TAYLOR, William:

TEETER, Thomas (1806- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Angeline; settled Marion Co

TEMPLE, William Bedford: OHS #1508 4pp

THARP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
THARP, Abraham: m'd STEWART, Margaret

THOMAS, Andrew J.:

THOMAS, Edrick (1815- ):

THOMAS, James:

THOMAS, John:

THOMPSON, Amos (1846- ): s/o James and Perlina (Hendrickson) Thompson

THOMPSON, George (1850- ): s/o James and Perlina (Hendrickson) Thompson; born on the plains in Nebraska 24 Jul 1850

THOMPSON, James (1815-1882): m'd 15 Mar 1838 HENDRICKSON, Perlina

THOMPSON, John (1849- ): s/o James and Perlina (Hendrickson) Thompson

THOMPSON, Margaret (1844-1925): m1. 1859 SISSON, Joseph; m2. 1874 SISSON, Thomas; m3. 1883 SNOW, Martin; d/o James and Perlina (Hendrickson) Thompson

THOMPSON, Samuel (1838-1901): m'd 18 Jul 1863 DESHIELDS, Martha Minerva; s/o James and Perlina (Hendrickson) Thompson

THURMAN, Granville Cauthorn ( -1896): m'd [ ], Catherine; settled Clackamas Co

TICE, Thomas:

TIDD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TIDD, Warwick H.T. (1829-c1892): m1. 1852 [ ], Mary; m2. c1873 [ ], Mary C.; s/o William and Catherine (Burton) Tidd; sailor; settled Yamhill Co

TINSLEY, Mr.:

TODD, Martha Ann (1822-1868): m'd BROWN, George Washington

TODD, Mary Ann ( -c1876): m'd BROWN, George Washington

TODHUNTER, Clarinda (c1818- ): m'd 1836 BELKNAP, Silas; settled Benton Co

TOMLINSON, John G.:

*18: TOWNSEND, Abigail (1829- ): m'd 1847 BAUGHMAN, Jacob; s/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend; originally buried on a hillside on the family farm; later reinterred in Simmons Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

*18: TOWNSEND, Anna (1826-1892): m1. 1844 RIGDON, Thomas; m2. LAFOLLETT, [ ]; m3. BEARDSLEY, Orlondo; d/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend

*18: TOWNSEND, Ebenezer Larned (1840-1929): m'd SMITH, Emma; s/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend

*18: TOWNSEND, Elizabeth: d/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend; died as a young woman

*18: TOWNSEND, Gamaliel G. (1803-1886): m'd 1822 SAMPSON, Miriam

*18: TOWNSEND, George (c1849- ): m'd NOBLET, Emma; s/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend

*18: TOWNSEND, Jonathan Rockwell: m'd FISHER, [ ]; s/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend

*18: TOWNSEND, Miriam: m'd GARRETT, John: d/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend

*18: TOWNSEND, Rachel: d/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend; died as a young woman

*18: TOWNSEND, Washington R. (1845-1946): m'd STEPHENS, Nancy Emeline; s/o George and Marian (Sampson) Townsend

TRAISTER, Lydia Ann (1822-1894): m'd 1841 MCKEE, James; settled in Silverton, Marion Co, OR; buried Simmons Cemetery, Mt. Angel, Marion Co, OR

*13: TRAPP, Keziah ( -1850): m'd JOHNSON, Charles B.; died on trail near Ash Hollow of cholera

TRITES, Elizabeth: m'd COX, Lewis

TULL, Rosanna (1838- ): d/o William and Martha (Partlow) Tull; father died and mother remarried; traveled with mother and step-father (William R. Allen) and siblings and step-siblings

TULL, William S. (1844- ): s/o William and Martha (Partlow) Tull; father died and mother remarried; traveled with mother and step-father (William R. Allen) and siblings and step-siblings

*2: TURPIN, Marcilla (1834-c1860): m'd TAYLOR, []; d/o [] and Salina (Riggs) Turpin Morris; traveled to Oregon with Preston Morris family

*2: TURPIN, Polina (1839-1866): m'd ARMSTRONG, Clayborn E.; d/o [] and Salina (Riggs) Turpin Morris; travled to Oregon with Preston Morris family

TUTTLE, John:

TUTTLE, W.D.:

*18: UMPHLET, Stanley Capt.:

VANPEER, Henry:

VAUGHN, W.N.:

VENABLE, Maria Louise (1827- ): m'd 1851 PINKSTON, Harrison; d/o Nathaniel and Mary Venable

VENABLE, Martha Francis (1820-1850): m'd 1844 PINKSTON, Harrison; d/o Nathaniel and Mary Venable

VENABLE, Mary Helen (1817-1851): m'd MEDLEY, John H.; d/o Nathaniel and Mary Venable

VENABLE, Nathaniel:

WADE, Charles A.:

WAITE, Jane (1819-1875): m'd SAVAGE, John Mulkey

WALKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WALKER, Almira (1832- ): m1. ; m2. ; m3 or 4 1863 SYKES, Millard F.; d/o Eli and Ruth (Southerland) Walker

WALKER, Alpheous (1827- ): s/o Eli and Ruth (Southerland) Walker

WALKER, Charlotte (1832- ): do Eli and Ruth (Southerland) Walker

WALKER, Eli (1790-1868): m'd 1817 SOUTHERLAND, Ruth; buried Yoncalla Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR

WALKER, Henry (1831- ): s/o Eli and Ruth (Southerland) Walker

WALKER, James (1822- ): s/o Eli and Ruth (Southerland) Walker

WALLACE, Thomas William:

WALLING, Albert G. (1828-1896): m'd WHITE, Sarah Ann; s/o Gabriel and Lucy (Rorick) Walling

WALTER, Mabel Jerusha: m'd MILLER, [ ]

WARD, Nancy: m'd 1835 BELT, Alfred Metcalf

WARD, Sarah Elizabeth (1829- ): m'd 1845 BELL, John Colgate

WARREN, Andrew J. (1832- ): m'd 1855 SPALDING, Eliza

WASHBURN, Edward T.:

WASHBURN, James (1822- ): m1. SPERRY, Sarah; m2. CAYPOOL, Margaret F.; m3. DAVIDSON, Emeline

*19: WASHINGTON, George (1817- ): born Frederick Co, WV, was the son of a white Englishwoman and a black man; grew up with James E. Cochrane family; moved around quite a bit until 14 Mar 1850 when he joined with James Cochrane family to emigrate to the Oregon country; started with 4 oxen and a wagon; 1872 laid out the town of Centralia, WA

WATKINS, David (1809- ): m'd 1845 [ ], Zela M.; settled Linn Co

WATKINS, Margaret: m'd GIBBS, Addison C.

WATTS, Marvil M.: m'd 1846 KNIGHTEN, Nancy A.

WAYNE, Benjamin Franklin (1822- ): m'd GILMORE, Sarah Jemima; cut off for CA; traveling with wife's family

WEAVER, James B. (1832-1903): m'd 1859 BAILEY, Sarah Ann; settled Douglas Co; s/o William and Annie (Adams) Weaver; emigrant to CA then to OR; died at Myrtle Creek, OR

WEAVER, John W.: m1. 1859 WRIGHT, Harriet E.; m2. 1879 SUMMER, Clara; settled Douglas Co; s/o William and Annie (Adams) Weaver; emigrant to CA then to OR

WEAVER, William: m'd ADAMS, Annie

WEHRUNG, Henry (1828- ): m'd 1856 EMERICK, Mary C.

WELD, Eben (1815- ):  s/o Daniel and Lydia (Fuller) Weld; Eben arrived in 1850 from Minnesota, by ship, after working as an agricultural agent among the Dakota Sioux.  Several of his letters home may be read online under A New Englander in The West,

WELLS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WELLS, John: m'd BAGLEY, Martha Ann; started in 1850 working his way from OH as a teamster, hunter, night-herder and anything he could find; did not arrive in Oregon until 1852

WEST, John:

WEST, Margaret:

WEST, William:

WESTERMARK, Charles:

WESTLAKE, Cyrus:

WHEALDON, Nathan:

WHITE, Allen Green. (1849- ): s/o William and Mary (Partlow) White; born 04 Feb 1849 Carroll Co, MO

WHITE: Anna Elizabeth "Annie" (1844- ): d/o William and Mary (Partlow) White; born 30 Jan 1844 Carroll Co, MO

*7: WHITE, Charles:

WHITE, Ellen (c1846- ): d/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, Hulda (c1837- ): d/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, John (c1834- ): s/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, Mary A. (c1849- ): d/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, Matthew (c1806- ): m'd THOMAS, Juretta; settled on Sauvies Island near Portland, OR

WHITE, Matthew (c1840- ): s/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, Rebecca Thomasina "Tommie"(1846- ): d/o William and Mary (Partlow) White; born 18 Dec 1846 Carroll Co, MO

WHITE, Shallum Parsons (1841-1934): m'd 1875 MONNASTES, Catherine Emma; s/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, William (c1832- ): s/o Matthew and Juretta (Thomas) White

WHITE, William Nathan Sr. ( -c1856): m'd STEWART, Margaret McCallen; family stayed in east and emigrated in 1851; cabinet maker; settled near Chehalis, Wash after brief stay in Portland; killed during the Indian Wars of 1855-56 when ambushed by a small party of Indians while returning from church

WHITE, William Lewis (1819- ): m'd PARTLOW, Mary Elizabeth;William Lewis White was born 16 Aug. 1819 in Virginia, son of Lewis G. White and Rebecca Woodward, and the grandson of William White and Catherine Thomas- he of Revolutionary War service under Capt. Merriweather and Col. Gibson (per DAR records). Mary and William moved from Virginia to Tenn. then Texas, then Missouri, and they would have departed from Missouri to Oregon in 1850. They  had at least three young children with them- Annie E. (b.1845), Rebecca T. (b.1847) and Allen G.(b.1849), all born in Missouri before the trip.  One son, William James White was born 25 Jul 1842 and died 18 Nov 1842 prior to emigration. William was rather active in the early politics in Clackamas Co.  Both William and Mary are buried in the Mountain View Cemetery in Oregon City

WHITLOCK, John H.:

*22) WHITMAN, Julia Ann: m'd DAVIDSON, John L.

*22) WHITMAN, Squire Stoten (1818-1892): m'd DAVIDSON, Elizabeth Thurston

WILLIAMS, Caswell: settled in CA

WILLIAMS, Eleanor

*21: WILLIAMS, Hester

WILLIAMS, Ida: m'd WILLIAMS, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

WILLIAMS, James: s/o Samuel and Ida Williams

*21: WILLIAMS, Lottie

*21: WILLIAMS, Mary

WILLIAMS, Mary: m1. MANSFIELD, Nicholas; m2. 1843 ALFORD, Thomas; died on trail

*10: WILLIAMS, Melinda Jane:

WILLIAMS, Phillip:

WILLIAMS, Reuben

WILLIAMS, Samuel: m'd [ ], Ida

*21: WILLIAMS, Washington

*21: WILLIAMS, William Henry

*10: WILLIAMS, William (1822- ): m'd [ ], Elizabeth Ann

*10: WILLIAMS, William H.:

WILMER, Henry; settled Benton Co

WILMOT, John T.:

WILMOT, Robert P.:( 1814- ): m1. 1836 STONE, Nancy; m2. 1851 MCKAY, Mrs. Nancy

WILMOT, William S. (1815- ):

*3: WILSON, Alfred (1826- ): m1. 1854 SAILING, Mary; m2. 1894 BRYAN, Rebecca ; rode with Kit Carson, in Mexican War, father of 10 children; settled Yamhill Co

WILSON, Bushrod W. (1824- ): settled Benton Co

WOLF, Casper:

WOOD, Z.W.:

WOODSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:  Lynn-Ambrose-Woodson Family Photos contributed by Dianne Johnson


*20: WOODSON, John Daniel (1830- ): s/o Jesse Lafayette and Virlena (Lynn) Woodson; emigrated with mother and stepfather, Alfred T. Ambrose in Ambrose Train;

*20: WOODSON,  Martha ( -1850): d/o Jesse Lafayette and Virlena (Lynn) Woodson; emigrated with mother and stepfather, Alfred T. Ambrose in Ambrose Train

*20: WOODSON, Mary Margaret (1844-1921): d/o Jesse Lafayette and Virlena (Lynn) Woodson; emigrated with mother and stepfather, Alfred T. Ambrose in Ambrose Train


*20:WOODSON, William Thompson (1840-1921): s/o Jesse Lafayette and Virlena (Lynn) Woodson; emigrated with mother and stepfather, Alfred T. Ambrose in Ambrose Train;

 

WOODWARD, Henry H.:

WOODWORTH, Franklin Newland (1815-1892): m'd SULLIVAN, Jane

WOOLEN, George (1820- ): m'd 1840 EISENHART, Julia

*5: WOOTEN, McElvy:

WRENN, George P.(c1825- ): m1. 1847 CALDWELL, Mary E. Frances; m2. 1867 FREEL, Elizabeth Lucy; came around Horn and arrived in March 1850; was probably accompanied by his brother, John A. Wrenn; left his wife and two boys in OH with her parents; was enumerated twice in the 1850 census, once at his boarding house and once at his place of work; wife and sons joined him in 1851 or 1852

WRENN, John Allen (1824-1881): m'd 1852 WATT, Elizabeth J.; settled Yamhill Co; came around Horn and arrived in March 1850; probably accompanied by his brother, George P. Wrenn; moved to Linn Co by 1870; buried Oakville Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

WRITSMAN, Alfred (1814- ): settled Benton Co

WRITSMAN, Francis (1801- ): m'd 1832 [ ], Lucinda; settled Benton Co

WYGANT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*16: WYGANT, Theodore: reached Foster's Farm October 25, 1850

YOCUM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
YOCUM, Hathaway (1831-1915): m'd 1852 THARP, Mary; was possible emigrant of 1847; settled Yamhill Co; siblings came in 1847 and 1851

YOUNG, Hiram (c1819-1887): buried Oregon State Asylum Cemetery, Marion Co

YOUNG, Joseph R.

ZUMWALT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ZUMWALT, Henry J. (1820- ): m'd [ ], Elizabeth

ZUMWALT, Hester A. (1817-1878): m'd DUNBAR, Addison C.; d/o John and Mary (Crow) Zumwalt

ZUMWALT, Hulda A. (1836-1850): d/o John and Mary (Crow) Zumwalt

ZUMWALT, John (1787-1871): m'd CROW, Mary A.; s/o Adam and Mary (Rhodes) Zumwalt

ZUMWALT, Lucy Jane (1832-1906): d/o John and Mary (Crow) Zumwalt

ZUMWALT, Mary A. (1836-1850): d/o John and Mary (Crow) Zumwalt; died on the plains

ZUMWALT, Nancy A. (1826-185): d/o John and Mary (Crow) Zumwalt; died on the plains

ZUMWALT, Solomon: started emigration in 1850 but wintered with his family near Salt Lake and actually arrived in Oregon territory in 1851.


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