Emigrants to Oregon in 1851

compiled by Stephenie Flora
oregonpioneers.com
copyright  2020


The following compilation of names for 1851 is a work in progress.  For those wishing to learn about the 1851 emigration and the people who traveled it I suggest that you contact Albert "Skip" Belanger.  He has recently finished a book on the subject entitled  Oregon Trail In 1851, Canaries, Buffalo-Chips and Elephants which includes documenting the various individuals on the trail in 1851 and their arrival dates at the various well-known landmarks. There is quite a bit of information that Skip has on file that he was not able to include in his book due to size constraints.  Anyone having any type of documentation on their ancestors' overland experiences is encouraged to touch bases with Skip .  

As of June 6, there had passed Fort Kearny (as reported) 837 emigrant wagons, 2883 individuals (1156 men, 928 women, 799 children), 5975 oxen, cows, horse and mules.

According to records kept by John Boulware, ferryman at Table Creek (Old Fort Kearny), 220 wagons had crossed at that point by late May. The remainder apparently crossing at other points below.

 

Captains of 1851

*1: P.V. Crawford group from Indiana included 74 persons; arrived in St. Joseph on April 9, moved a mile east of town to organize; crossed the MO April 25, traveled six miles and camped until April 27 when they began their journey to Oregon.

*2: Capt. Joseph Smith headed the "Mohican Gold Company, a California bound party, made up of 40 "well-fitted" men from Delaware and Ashland Counties, OH

*3: Rev. Neill Johnson company joined by Capt. Keeney's 12 wagon company, with a large drove of cattle on April 24 at the Iowa, Sac & Fox Presbyterian Mission; additional information on this train can be found at The Johnson Train

*4: Capt. Hardin led an Oregon bound company which had outfitted at Weston MO. The party got under way May 5 and consisted of 18 wagons, 40 men, 8 women with their children, 150 head of cattle.

*5: A pack company of six med from Bedford, IN departed from St. Joseph on May 1.

*6: A company of c20 men and women, mostly from Rhode Island departed on May 3 for CA

*7: N.V. Sheffer's train with six men, originating in Warren Co, IA, passed through St. Joseph on May 5

*8: William Mackey and nine others departed May 5 for CA

*9: Joseph Sander and wife and 19 others from IN left early May for CA

*10: Capt. Jones (Lewis?) headed a company of 14 men with eight wagons which set out for Oregon from Kansas City, MO in early May.

*11: Philip McGaughren and four companies from Platteville, WI set out from St. Joseph on April 28 for CA

*12: Capt. David Froman leading a company of 46 persons from Vermillion Co, IL had started from St. Joseph for Oregon on April 29

*13: A company of five men, two women and eight children from Kaskaskia, IL departed from St. Joseph for Oregon in early May

*14: A company of seven Indiana and Illinois men left St. Joseph for CA at the beginning of May. They arrived at Placerville, CA by way of Sublette's Cutoff on July 17

*15: Capt. Mac Alexander headed party for Oregon

*16: Capt. Patterson train massacred by Snake Indians. The company arrived at Rock Creek on the south side of the Snake River around the middle of July. Finding a small party of indians camped there, Mr. Patterson ran then off by firing over their heads. The next day the company was massacred. The Hon. John N. Davis of Marion County claimed to be the only survivor.

*17: Capt. Thomas Clark led a company consisting of his mother and brothers and sister and several other families started for Oregon with 100 cattle, 22 fine mares, 2 stallions and the families greyhounds; attacked by Snake indians about 40 miles below Fort Hall; it is interesting to note here that the indians were reportedly accompanied by renegade white men. Note: This train is being researched indepth by Clark descendant Stephen Yung

*18: Capt. Williams led a train of 40 wagons from Fulton Co, IL; believed to have joined with the #21 John Powell train for at least a while

*19: Capt. Charles Hadley Spinning, left from Council Bluffs

*20: Capt. Cook: Cook-Bushnell Wagon train left Cedar County, IA; some of the members of this train wintered in Salt Lake City and did not arrive in Oregon until June-July 1852; other continued on and arrived in Oct 1851

*21: Capt. John Alkire Powell left Menard Co, Illinois April 3, 1851 leading a train consisting of family and friends, at some point it is believed that this train was joined by #18, the Williams train for at least a little while

*22: Capt. McCain:

*23: Capt. Unknown: party left Council Bluffs in May and included the Crockett, Cochran, Ebey, and Ruddell families

*24: Capt. William P. Harpole

*25: Capt. Thomas Livingston left DeKalb County, MO on April 15, 1851 with a train made up mostly of family members.  They arrived at Foster's Farm on 15 Sep 1851.

 

Emigrants To Oregon In 1851

Note:  all females will be listed by their maiden name, if known, even if they were married at the time of emigration.  All additions and corrections are welcome. If you want to be listed as a researcher for your 1851 family please submit your information to my email address at the bottom of this page.

ABBEY, Edwin Alden (1823- ): m'd 04 Jul 1852 PENLAND, Miranda; settled in Benton County, Oregon

ABRAMS, Georgiana (1845- ): d/o William and Sarah (Phelps) Abrams

ABRAMS, Sarah Lavina: (1843-1926): m'd 1861 HOGUE, Harvey Alexander Jr.; d/o William and Sarah (Phelps) Abrams

ABRAMS, William Penn: m'd PHELPS, Sarah Lavinia

ABRAMS, William Rollins (1848- ): s/o William and Sarah (Phelps) Abrams

ADAMS, Adeline: m'd 1848 GAGLEY, James F.

ADAMS, Samuel W.:

ADAMS, Sebastian:

ADKINS, Elizabeth C. ( -1898): m'd BUSHNELL, James Addison

AINSWORTH, John Commingers: (see 1850)

ALCOTT, Candace ( -1877): m'd GRISWOLD, George; died in Prineville, OR

ALDEN, Willis (1837-1917):

ALDERMAN, Isaac Wesley (1815- ): m'd 1844 [], Harriet B.; arrived via Isthmus; family followed in 1852

ALEXANDER, John Vance ( Feb 1837-04 Sep 1908): m'd 15 May 1867 HALL, Missouri

ALEXANDER, Mac:

ALEXANDER, Robert Dr. (1806- ): m'd MARTIN, Sarah

*21: ALKIRE, George (1781-1868):

*21: ALKIRE, John:

ALLEN, Jacob:

ALLEN, Lucius:

*3: ALLEN, Thomas B.:

ALLORD, Magioire:

AMES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
AMES, Alonzo (1820-c1865): s/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames; Alonzo was born  1820 in Cuyuhoga Co, OH and died sometime after the 1860 cenus and before the 1870 census.  His donation land claim for Linn County was approved after his death;  it appears he never married

AMES, Andrew J. (1830-1902): m1. [   ], Mary B.; m2. 1902 Ames [   ], Hester Ann; s/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames; Andrew was born 04 Mar 1837 IL and died 03 Dec 1902 Linn Co, OR; he is  buried in the Ames Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR; it appears that Andrew married the widow of his brother, John T. Ames; Andrew had one daughter by his first wife (Esther)

AMES, John T. (1829-1898):  m1. ; m2. 11 May 1887 [   ], Hester Ann; s/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames; John was born 13 Feb 1829 Cuyuhoga Co, OH and died 21 Apr 1898 Linn Co, OR; he is buried in Ames Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR; the 1880 census shows John living with his brother and notes that he is divorced; John was the father of three children by Hester Ann (Harrison Courtney, Lowell Delos and Mable Hazel)

AMES, Lowell Jr. (1826-c1865 ):  s/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames;  Lowell Jr was born 1826 Cuyuhoga Co, OH and died c1865, probably in Linn Co;  approval for his donation land claim patent  for Linn Co was issued after his death;  it appears he never married

AMES, Lowell Sr. (1799-1864): m'd 14 Oct 1820 KESSLER, Anna;  Lowell Sr. was born 11 Mar 1799 Ontario Co, NY and died 08 Mar 1863 Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR; he was the father of  Alonzo, Andrew J., John T., Lowell Jr., Joseph S., Polly and William Zenos who accompanied his to Oregon in 1852; two other children remained in the east. The start was made April 6, 1851, and six" months later they arrived at the Sierra mountains. October 6 they began the journey across the mountains, and the first winter was spent at Diamond Springs, forty miles east of Sacramento. By way of the water route they reached Portland in July, 1852, and from there proceeded to Linn county. The Pioneer Ames Family by Mona Weibel

AMES, Joseph S. (1840-1912): s/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames; buried Ames Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR

AMES, Polly (1830-1885): d/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames; Polly was born 1830 in OH and died 19 Nov 1885 in Linn Co, OR;  she is buried in Ames Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR;  Polly never married and is found living with her brother in the census records

AMES, William Zenos (1834-1888): m'd 04 Nov 1866  Maynard TURNBULL, Isabella; s/o Lowell and Anna (Kessler) Ames; William was born 11 Feb 1834 Jackson Co, MO and died 30 Nov 1888 Linn Co, OR;  he is buried in Ames Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR; William married Isabella, a widow with three children.  The family is found in CA in 1870 and in WA in 1880.  William and Isabella had six children (infant, Elden Smith, Eldora, Ada, Zenos Gurley and Zilla May)

ANDERSON, Samuel: m'd [], Cynthia

ARCHER, Sarah Eliza (21 Nov 1812-11 Sep 1898).: m'd  21 Nov 1832 POPE, Charles; arrived by ship

ARRINGTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ARRINGTON, Frances Elizabeth (1848-1934): m'd 1867 ROSE, Abraham; d/o James and Kitty (Halpain) Arrington

ARRINGTON, James Merville (07 Apr 1814-1891): m'd 14 Mar 1841 HALPAIN, Kitty Ann Caroline; emigrated from Dekalb Co, MO; arrived in Portland where their 4th child was born; settled in Douglas Co near what is now Winston, OR where he remained until his death

ARRINGTON, James Monroe (1852-1933): m'd 1879 HAYNES, Alice; died in Salem, Marion Co, OR; born after arrival in OR

ARRINGTON, Mary Merville (1847-27 Dec 1937): d/o James and Kitty (Halpain) Arrington; died at Gold Beach, OR

ARRINGTON, Vincent Lusk (12 Aug 1845-14 Jan 1915): s/o James and Kitty (Halpain) Arrington; died at Myrtle Point, Coos Co, OR

ARMSTRONG, William : m'd [] , Jane

ATHEY, Mathew:

BAKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BAKER, William Harrison (1812-1890): m'd 1850 HENDERSON, Elizabeth; emigrated with several wagons and several hundred cattle; settled in Marion County

BAKSEY, William:

BALL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BALL, Alfred: s/o Rufus and Sarah Ball

BALL, Chauncey:

BALL, Rufus: m'd [] , Sarah

BALL, Rufus: s/o Rufus and Sarah Ball

BALL, Sarah: m'd BALL, Rufus

BALL, Sarah: d/p Rufus and Sarah Ball

*3: BALLARD, Mrs.: m'd BALLARD, []

BARCLAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BARCLAY, James :

BARCLAY, Margaret: m'd 1865 HINTON, Thompson D.

BARCLAY, Mary E.: m'd RICKARD, A.

BARCLAY, Robert S.:

BARCLAY, William (1805-1888): m'd BROWN, Mary Ann

BARCLAY, William D.: m'd REEVES, Eliza

BARCLAY, Winnie: m'd LEVAUGH, William

BARNETT, George:

BARNETT, James Henry:

BARNUM, Eli M. (1824- ):

BARTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BARTON, Edward (1803- ): m1. ; m2. SHEPARD, Hannah

BARTON, Joshua (1840- ):

BARTON, Keturah N. (1834- ):

BARTON, Mary Lady (1842- ):

BARTON, Owen F. (1837- ):

BARTON, Ruth (1844- ):

BARTON, Simeon Charles (1846- ):

BARTON, Tirzah (1832- ):

BARTON, William (1830- ):

BASSETT, A. S. ( -1896):

BASSETT, Joe: Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

BAXTER, Samuel R. (1830- ): m'd 1860 COMEGYS, Nancy; born 31 Mar 1830 Jefferson County, Indiana; s/o James Baxter; settled in Dayton, Yamhill County, Oregon where he was a machinist and blacksmith

BAXTER, William T.: m'd 1853 HICKLEN, Margaret; s/o James Baxter

BEARD, Edward H. Capt.:

BEATY, B. L. (1828- ):

BECKWORTH, Augusta Carolyn (1850-?); d/o Charles W. and Deborah Rebecca (Hallock) Beckworth

BECKWORTH, Charles W. (1812-1883); m�d 1836 HALLOCK, Deborah Lee  (1820-bef 1859); Two daughters, Mary Elizabeth (1840-?) and Sarah (1845-?) appear in the 1850 census in MO, but not 1860 census in Canyonville, Douglas County. They either passed or got married to men whose names are unknown at this time. 

BECKWORTH, Cornelius Wood (1847-aft 1900); m'd Elizabeth (1855-bef 1889); s/o Charles W. and Deborah Rebecca (Hallock) Beckworth

BEERMAN, Frederick:

BELL, Agnes: m'd BEAN, []

BELL, Caroline A. (14 Oct 1845-16 May 1873): m'd 1866 HARRIS, James S.; d/o John and Lurana (Nickerson) Bell; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn County, Oregon

BELL, George Cyrus (30 May 1825-07 Aug 1893): m'd 13 Jan 1851 DELONG, Mary Ann; s/o Joseph and Nancy (Shubridge) Bell; buried Bethel Cemetery, Bethel, Polk County, Oregon

BELL, Harriet M. (01 Dec 1839-05 Nov 1927): m'd 1862 CALVERT, John; d/o John and Jane (VanHooser) Bell; buried Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, Marion County, Oregon

BELL, James C. (17 Jan 1828-27 Dec 1897): m'd 1866 BULLOCK, Mary Ann; s/o John and Jane (VanHooser) Bell; buried Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, Marion County, Oregon

BELL, John Weeks (1803-01 Feb 1875): m1. 1824 [   ], Laura; m2. 15 Nov 1846 VAN HOOSER , Jane; s/o Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Weeks) Bell

BELL, John Wilmet (26 Apr 1816-21 Jan 1901):  m1. 27 Mar 1842 NICKERSON, Lurana; m2. 1886 [   ], Viola C.; s/o Joseph and Nancy (Shawbridge) Bell; buried Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon

BELL, Rebecca Nancy (20 Feb 1843-16 Jan 1920): m'd HOPE, Joseph Holmes Pheris; d/o John and Lurana (Nickerson) Bell; buried Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon

BELL, William J.: ,

BELL, William Nathaniel (22 Jan 1826-11 Mar 1893): m'd 07 Nov 1853 WELCH, Sarah Ann; s/o John and Jane (VanHooser) Bell; buried Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, Marion County, Oregon

BENTON, Alva: m'd [] , Margaret

BERGEVIN, Charles L.:

BICKERS, Henry C.: m'd [], Malinda

BICKERS, Malinda: m'd BROWN, Thomas J.

BIGELOW, Daniel Richardson (1824-1905): m'd 18 Jun 1854  WHITE, Elizabeth; Daniel Richardson was born 21 Mar 1824 in Belleville, Jefferson County, NY; died 15 Sep 1905 in Olympia, Thurston County, WA.  He married Ann Elizabeth White 18 Jun 1854 in Illinois (?).   He was the father of 9 children (Tirzah, Evaline, Ruth, William Ellis, Anson, Jotham Duncan, Richardson Lee, Margaret, George Royal.)

BIGELOW, Lucia Loraine (1816- ): m'd WILLIAMS, Elijah

BILLINGS, George:

BINGMAN, James K. (1829- ):

BINNICKER, George F.: m'd [] , Ruth

BIRDSEYE, David Nelson (11 Jul 1827-11 Feb 1898): m'd 1852 FLEMING, Clara; buried Rock Point Pioneer Cemetery, Gold Hill, Jackson County, Oregon

"Enters southern Oregon history by reason of his having had the foresight to build a log stockade suffiently substantial to serve as protection for settlers under Indian attack in 1844-56.  Located near the mouth of Birdseye Creek, on the south bank of the Rogue River, in Jackson County, near Gold Hill, it gave shelter to as many as 500 persons on one occasion.  Birdseye came to Oregon from Conn., by plains route in 1851, year also of the journey made by Clara Fleming, whome he married at Portland the following year.  Meanwhile, however, he had staked his southern Oregon land claim, and after returning for his bride, the two made a mule-back honeymoon trip to his small cabin.  Later a larger cabin was built, utilizing logs first used in stockade structure and in which the couple lived for the rest of their lives.  For many years Birdseye ranch was spoken of as Fort Birdseye." [Dictionary of Oregon History edited by Howard McKinley Corning p. 28]

BITNEY, Cyrus: Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

*23: BLACK, Mary (1898- ): m'd CROCKETT, Walter Sr.; settled on Whidbey Island

*18/*21: BLACK, Presley: shot by Snake Indians while on guard after a confrontation the day before; died after 17 hours; buried on Birch Creek

*18/*21: BLACK, Samuel:

BLANCHARD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: BLANCHARD, Joshua Pettingill (1820-1884): m'd 1851 RACE, Rebecca Jane; s/o Amos and Dolly (Pettingill) Blanchard; member of train captained by Joshua Noland; left Peoria, IL in April and arrived in Oregon City in September

BLANCHARD, Robert J. (1828- ):

BLAND FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BLAND, George H. (1840- ): m'd 1862 LEEDY, Barbara A.

BLAND, John Wesley (04 May 1846-11 Mar 1923): m'd 28 Sep 1865 POWELL, Elizabeth Jane in Benton County; died near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR

BLAND, Moses (1819-1873): m'd 1840 NEEDHAM, Martha

BLAND, Samantha: m'd POWELL, A. J.

BLUE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*17: BLUE, Amos (1829- ):  m'd 1854 Smith (BOWEN), Sarah; Amos was b. Ross Twp, Greene Co, OH; settled in Jackson Co where 5 boys were born; c1869 moved to Linn Co, OR where a 6th child, a daughter, was born; early 1870s moved to Whitman Co, WA

*23: BOGGS, Ruth A.: m1. 1844 COCHRAN, James; m2. 1876 BROWN, James; d/o Lawrence and Elizabeth (Newsom) Boggs

BOGLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BOGLE, Richard (1835-1904): m'd 1863 WALDO, America; born in Jamaica and died in Washington

BOHL, Mr.:

BOHNERT, Larence:

*20: BOLTON, Absalom D. ( -1903): m'd BOLTON, Oliva (a cousin)

*20: BOLTON, Daniel: m'd 1845 [ ], Elizabeth

*20: BOLTON, Elizabeth Jane ( -1915): m'd RICE, Horace H.; d/o George and Margaret (Duncan) Bolton; settled in Lane Co, later moved to Wasco Co

BOONE, William W. (1828- ): m'd 1855 , Mary

BOREN, Carson Dobbins (12 Dec 1824-19 Aug 1912): m'd 18 Feb 1849 KAYS, Mary S.; s/o Richard and Sarah (Latimer) Boren; came to Oregon with mother and step father, John Denny; settled King County, Washington; buried Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington

BOREN, Levina Gertrude (12 Dec 1850-03 Jun 1912): Never Married; d/o Carson Dobbins and Mary S. (Kays) Boren; settled King County, Washington

BOREN, Louisa (01 Jun 1827-31 Aug 1911; d/o Richard and Sarah (Latimer) Boren; came to Oregon with mother and step father, John Denny; settled King County, Washington; buried Evergreen-Washelli Memorial Park, Seattle, King County, Washington

BOREN, Mary Ann (25 Nov 1822-30 Dec 1910): m'd 1843 DENNY, Arthur Armstrong; d/o Richard Freeman and Sarah (Latimer) Boren; came to Oregon with mother and step father, John Denny; settled King County, Washington; buried Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington

BORSTON, Joseph (1826- ):

BOSWELL, Maria (1822-1885): m1. COYLE, James; m2. 1858 KIRK, Alexander; started from Peoria Co, IL; settled in Linn Co, OR

BOUSMAN, Maxamillia (1809-1868): m. 13 Jul 1826 RIDDLE, William H.

BOWEN, Sarah Elizabeth: m1. SMITH, [ ]; m2. 1854 BLUE, Amos; had two children by first husband; settled in Jackson Co, OR;
c1869 moved with husband and family to Lane Co; early 1870s moved to Whitman Co, WA

BOWMAN, Ann (1842-1863): m'd MINER, James

BOWMAN, Joshua (1808-1875): m'd 1839 LOVELAND, Emeline

BOWMAN, Margaret (1841-1907): m'd JONES, Charles

BOWMAN, Mary (1839-1914): m'd SMITH, David

BOWMAN, Sarah (1847- ):

BOYLE, Isaac Lee (1818- ): s/o Abrham and Margaret (McClanahan) Boyle

BRADFORD, Frances A. ( -1884): m'd 1839 FRAZAR, Thomas

BRATTAIN, Thomas: s/o Paul Brattain; other family members came in 1846 and 1852

BRAMAN, Jason: m'd MEADE, Laura

BRAMWELL, James H.:

BRANDLEY, William:

BRANDON, Alexander: m'd WHIPPLE, Arminda

BRANSON, Calvin E.:

BRANSON, Eli T. (1829- ):

BRANSON, Isaac N. (1825- ): m'd 1854 , Susan C.

BRANSON, William Arthur:

BREEDING, Robert C.:

BRENNER, Peter S.: m'd [] , Hannah

BREWSTER, Sue:

BRONAUGH, Jane Alexander (1813 -1885): m'd 1833 GILMOUR, John Wilson; d/o Taliaferro and Jennie (Gilmore) Bronaugh; settled with husband near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR

BROOKS, Harry B.:

*4: BROOKS, Quincy Adams (22 May 1827-06 Jul 1908): m'd 1858 CRANSTON, Lizzie; lawyer; Deputy Collector of Customs for Puget Sound District 1851-52; first prosecuting attorney north of the Columbia River; secretary to the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for OR and WA 1856-1860; Collector of Customs of Puget Sound District 1886-1889; buried Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Townsend, Jefferson County, Washington

*3: BROWN, James:

BROWN, James:

BROWN, John: m'd [] , Elizabeth

BROWN, Mary: m'd 1848 LAME, Joseph H.

BROWN, Mary Ann ( -1851): m'd BARCLAY, William

*18/*21: BROWN, Robert:

BROWN, Silas: m'd BLAIR, Jane

BRUCE, James (1830- ):

BRYAN, Parker: m'd [] , Lucinda

BUCHANAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BUCHANAN, Elizabeth (14 Aug 1823-12 Nov 1909): m'd 08 Sep 1842 WHITE, Charles F; d/o Goerge W and Catherine (Hittle) Buchanan; settled Lewis County, Washington; buried Boisfort Cemetery, Boisfort, Lewis County, Washington

BUCHANAN, James (23 May 1824-17 Dec 1865): m'd 25 Aug 1852 POWELL, Lucretia Amelia; s/o Goerge W and Catherine (Hittle) Buchanan; settled Linn County, Oregon; buried IOOF Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon

BUCHANAN, Michael (26 Nov 1826-06 Jun 1905): m'd 24 Sep 1884 WELLS, Elizabeth; m2. 1888 HITTLE, Frences Abolina; s/o Goerge W and Catherine (Hittle) Buchanan; settled Lewis County, Washington; buried Greenwood Cemetery, Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington

BUCKHAULTER, Mary Ramsey: m'd KEENEY, John

BUCKINGHAM, Harriet Talcott (31 Mar 1832-27 Jan 1890): m'd Feb 1852 CLARKE, Samuel Asahel; d/o George Talcott and Lavinia (Linsley) Buckingham; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

BUCKINGHAM, Henry (1830- ):

BUCKMAN, Sophia H. (1824 - ): m'd 1842 SEELY, Lucius Alexander; Letters of Sophia (Buckman) Seeley written to family contributed by Fred Hinke

BUFF, Rosannah (1818-1878): m'd 1839 SIMPSON, Thomas Knight

BUNN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BUNN, Frederick (c1828- ): m'd 1851 [], Elmira

BURCH, Charles:

BURK, Marshall (1815- ): m'd 1846 JONES, Submit; wife came in 1852

BURKHART, Calvin Peter. (1819- ): m'd 1844 DOUGHTY, Elizabeth Jane; s/o John and Rebecca (Baltzell) Burkhart; two brothers went west to scout out the conditions for the family.  They returned in 1846 and in 1847 their parents and siblings emigrated west with the exception of Calvin P. Burkhart who joined them in 1851.

BURKHART, J. H.: (1849- ): m'd 1876 MILLER, Ella R.

BURNS, Ellen ( -1879): m'd COSTELLO, John

BURSON, Mahala: m'd 1840 SYMONS, Nathan D.

*20: BUSHNELL, Alta Sylvester (1852-1934): m'd 1889 MITCHELL, Anna Mary; s/o Linus and Lucinda (Rice) Bushnell; born April 30, 1852 at Provo, Utah while wintering over during emigration to Oregon; settled in Douglas Co

*20: BUSHNELL, Henry Erastus (1850-1922): m'd LAMB, Kate Jane; s/o Linus and Lucinda (Rice) Bushnell; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Douglas Co

BUSHNELL, Helen V.: m'd EHRMAN, C. J.

BUSHNELL, James Addison (1826- ): m'd ADKINS, Elizabeth C.

*20: BUSHNELL, Linus (1815-1891): m'd RICE, Lucinda; s/o Constant and Rhoda (Baldwin) Bushnell; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Douglas Co

BUSHNELL, Lucy J.: m'd PITNEY, William M.

*20: BUSHNELL, Martin Lewis (1844-1926): m'd SWIFT, Mary Josephine; s/o Linus and Lucinda (Rice) Bushnell; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Douglas Co

*20: BUSHNELL, Thankful Lucretia (1847-1938): m'd OLLIVANT, Elijah; d/o Linus and Lucinda (Rice) Bushnell; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Douglas Co

*20: BUSHNELL, William Constant (1846-1916): m'd 1882 FORDNEY, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Linus and Lucinda (Rice) Bushnell; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Douglas Co

BYBEE, Juda: m'd SHIELDS, William Henry

BYROM, Edward:

CALDWELL, Felix E. (1824- ): m'd 1848 , Maria

CALVERT, John (Aug 1829-06 Sep 1893): m1. 1855 MORELAND, Ann Eliza; m2. 1862 BELL, Harriet M.; born in Manchester, Derbyshire, England; came to America in 1835 with father and family; father died in Louisiana, and two years later his mother and two brothers died in Illinois; after arrival in 1851 went to work for Judge Skinner as a teamster; buried Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, Marion County, Oregon

CAMP, Benjamin:

CAMPBELL, Harvey ( -1895):

CAMPBELL, Robert E. (1830- ): m'd 1849 , Ruth

CAMPBELL, Ruth ( -1858): m'd 1849 CAMPBELL, Robert E.

CANNON, Sylvester (1833- ): m'd 1856 COX, Johanna

CANON, William R. (1821- ): m'd 1864 GARY, Ann

CARLYLE, Daniel (1833- ):

CARMACK, James R.: m'd [] , Elisabeth

*14: CARPENTER, C: from Joliet, IL; cutoff for CA

CARROLL, Almira (23 Dec 1817-13 Jan 1902): m'd STRINGER, Rev. Bluford Stephen; d/o Stephen and Sarah Ann (French) Carroll; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

CARSON, David:

CARSON, John C. (1825- ): m'd 1854 TALBOT, Elizabeth; m2. NORTHROP, Mrs. Eliza

CASEY, James (1830-1918): m'd [] , Ellen

CASHOW, O. P.:

CAVANAUGH, Joseph:

CHADWICK, Stephen Fowler. (25 Dec 1825-15 Jan 1895 ): m'd 1856 SMITH, Jane Ann; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

*1: CHANDLER, George C. Rev.: sent west by the Baptist Home Missionary Society; had been president of Franklin College, Franklin, IN from 1843-1850

*1: CHANDLER,: Mrs.

CHASE, Andrew Jackson (03 Mary 1837-11 Jan 1893): m'd 1860 HUGHES, Mary Cooper; s/o Sisson and Dorothy (Hinsdale) Chase; buried Colfax Cemetery, Colfax, Whitman County, Washington

CHASE, Charles Alvin (23 Nov 1818-18 Feb 1907): m'd 1840 STEARNS, Susan; s/o Sisson and Dorothy (Hinsdale) Chase; buried Colfax Cemetery, Colfax, Whitman County, Washington

CHASE, Frances Lucinda (05 Aug 1828-29 Jan 1892): m'd 08 Jun 1859 PARTLOW, William Ballinger; d/o Sisson and Dorothy (Hinsdale) Chase; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

CHASE, Isaac Houston (14 Feb 1829-1898): s/o Sisson and Dorothy (Hinsdale) Chase; died Washington County, Oregon

CHASE, James Winslow (29 Oct 1834-22 Sep 1910): m'd 1858 STEVENSON, Sarah Augusta;  s/o Sisson and Dorothy (Hinsdale) Chase; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

CHASE, Mary:

CHASE, Nancy:

CHASE, Sisson Simmons (06 Feb 1786-07 May 1864 ): m'd 06 Jan 1816 HINSDALE , Dorothy; s/o Timothy and Sarah (Simmons) Chase; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; The Sisson Chase family are shown in the 1820, 1830,and 1840 Addison County, Vermont census, around 1840 they moved to Illinois where two of the children were born.  In 1844 they started across the plains and stopped in Utah where they are enumerated in the 1850 census.  They continued on to Oregon where they arrived in June 1851. 

CHASE, Thomas J. (1840-c1851): s/o Sisson and Dorothy (Hinsdale) Chase; shown in 1850 Utah census as 10 years old but is no longer listed by 1860 census

CHERRY, Alpheus F.:

*3: CHILLAS, Mr.:

CHRISMAN, Campbell E. (1810-1885): m'd FLANNERY, Phoebe

CHRISMAN, Gabriel Russell (1848- ):

CHRISMAN, Winfield Scott (1847- ): m'd BOREN, Caroline

CHRISTIAN, H.:

CHURCHILL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CHURCHILL, David Harvey (1843-1893): m. 25 Jul 1875 RANSDELL, Mary Shelton; s/o Willoughby and Elizabeth (Humphreys) Churchill;
David was born 31 Mar 1843 Sangamon County, IL and died 15 Jun 1893 Great Falls, Cascade County, MT; buried Benton Avenue Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, MT

CHURCHILL, George H. (1837-1887): m. c1866 REED, Sarah C.; s/o Willoughby and Elizabeth (Humphreys) Churchill; George was born13 May 1837 IL and died 28 May 1887 Wheeler County, OR; buried Richmond Cemetery, Wheeler County, OR

CHURCHILL, John S. (1845-1929): m1. 1872 DRINKWATER, Ann (div); m2. 14 Jul 1908 MERIAU, Theodora G.; s/o William and Sarah (Lemmons) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Martha A. (1848-1864): d/o Willoughby and Elizabeth (Humphreys) Churchill; Martha was born 22 Aug 1848 Sangamon County, IL and died 18 Apr 1864 Linn County, OR; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Peoria, Linn County, OR

CHURCHILL, Mary J. (1845- ): m'd 1873 ROACH, John M.; d/o Willoughby and Elizabeth (Humphreys) Churchill; Mary was born 21 Oct 1841 Sangamon County, IL

CHURCHILL, Owen Humphreys (1841-1916): m. 1882 PORTER, Frances A.; s/o Willoughby and Elizabeth (Humphreys) Churchill; Owen was born 16 Jun 1841 IL and died 29 Apr 1916 Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA; buried Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, Los Angeles County, CA

CHURCHILL, Sarah (1850- ): d/o William and Sarah (Lemmons) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Thomas Alexander (1851-1939): m'd 13 Feb 1887 SCHOCH, Mary Mildred (Merritt); s/o Willoughby and Elizabeth (Humphreys) Churchill; Thomas was born 27 Jul 1851 Bear River, UT on Oregon Trail and died 1939

CHURCHILL, William (1825-1912): m'd 1846 LEMON, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o John and Sarah (Scoggin) Churchill; parrents were deceased prior to emigration

CHURCHILL, Willoughby (1809-1895 ); m1. c1830 HUMPHREYS, Elizabeth Jane; m2. 11 Apr 1852 PRICE, Matilda A.; aided Clark party after they were attacked by indians; settled Douglas Co

CLARK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CLARK, Abijah F.: m'd [] , Christi

*17: CLARK, Charles: s/o Thomas andElizabeth (Hodgson) Clark; brother of Thomas [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

 

CLARK, Cynthia (27 Nov 1811-04 Jan 1881): : m1 SPERRY, William; m2. COCHRAN, William Scott; settled in Linn County; buried Plesant Butte Baptist Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon

*17: CLARK, George: m'd 1841 HERRELL,Mary Ann T.; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Hodgson) Clark; appears he may have waited and came in 1853 [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

 

*17: CLARK, Grace: m'd VANDEVORT, [];d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Hodgson) Clark; sister of Thomas; wounded in Indian attack [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

 

*17: CLARK, James Hodgson: s/o Thomas andElizabeth (Hodgson) Clark; brother of Thomas; killed in an indian attack near the Raft River. [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

 

*17: CLARK, Lemuel A.: m'd 1853 Williams (DRAKE), Martha

*17: CLARK, Thomas Jr.: of Scott Co,IL; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Hodgson) Clark; originally an emigrant to OR in 1848, he went south to CA where he met his brother, James in the gold fields; after mining successfully, Thomas Clark returned to Illinois via the Isthmus; bought stock, loaded up his family and headed back to OR; attacked by Indians near Raft River resulting in loss of several members of the family; met brother James at The Dalles after arrival; moved to Lane Co; 1857 moved to Humboldt Co, CA [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

CLARKE, Harriet Talcott (1832-1890): m'd 1852 CLARKE, Samuel A.

CLICK, William H.:

CLIFTON, Ezekiel ( -1851):

CLINGER, Susan A.: m'd 01 Jan 1829 DAVIS, Lewis Hawkins

COCHRAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*23: COCHRAN, Andrew: s/o James and Ruth (Boggs) Cochran

*23: COCHRAN, Eleanor: m'd SETTLEMIER, Jesse H.; d/o James and Ruth (Boggs) Cochran

*23: COCHRAN, George W. (1851- ): m'd 1874 COUCH, Eugenia K.; s/o James and Ruth (Boggs) Cochran

*23: COCHRAN, George W. (1851- ):

*23: COCHRAN, James (1821-1863): m'd MORRIS, []; m2. BOGGS, Ruth Ann

 COCHRAN, John (c1817-1858): m'd KELLY, Lettie

*23: COCHRAN, Paula Anna:

*23: COCHRAN, R.B.: s/o James Cochran

*23: COCHRAN, Virginia ( -1851):

COGSWELL, John: see 1845 emigration list

COLE, George W. (1848-1905): s/o James and Louisa (Keeper) Cole

COLE, James C. Dr. (1811-1888): m'd LEEPER, Louisa "Lucy"

COLE, Sydney (1851-1892): s/o James and Louisa (Keeper) Cole; born in December after arrival

COLE, William "Hugh" (1844-1938): s/o James and Louisa (Keeper) Cole

COLLINS, Mary (1814- ): m'd COLLINS, William

COLLINS, Otho H. (18 Mry 1827 - 09Aug 1890: m'd 03 Sep 1850; SPERRY, Phebe; went to California gold mines in spring of 1849; returned to Iowa July 1850; by 1860 was living in Shasta County, California; buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Red Bluff, Tehama County, California

COLLINS, William (1813- ): m'd [] , Mary

*20: COLLVER, Adelia Emily (1852- ): m'd POWELL, Isaac Jamison; d/o Alfred and Ruth (Rice) Collver

*20: COLLVER, Alfred B. (1819-1902): m'd RICE, Ruth; settled in Douglas Co; later moved to Coos Co; died in Polk Co while visiting

*20: COLLVER, Ansel Mark (1851- ): m'd 1899 MCCULLOCK , Dora Catharine (SWIFT);  s/o Alfred and Ruth (Rice) Collver

*20: COLLVER, Henrietta Mathilda (1848-1917): never married; d/o Afred and Ruth (Rice) Collver

COLVIG, Mark:

COLVIG, Volney ( -1925):

COLVIG, Wilda (1851- ): m'd EMERY, H. S.

COLVIG, William L. Dr. (1814- ): m'd 1837 WOODFORD, Helen

COLVIG, William M. (1845- ):

CONDIT, Sylvanus (1829-1904): m'd 1854 BROWN, Sarah A.

CONSTABLE, Andrew Jackson (1827-1906): m'd 1858 LENOX, Frances Deborah; s/o Robert and Elizabeth (French) Constable; 1860 enumerated in Washington Co, OR; died July 21, 1906 in Skamokawa, WA

CONSTABLE, Daniel (1848- ): s/o James and Martha Barton; 1850 living with Whitcomb family

CONSTABLE, Elizabeth: m'd JING, John; d/o James and Martha Barton

CONSTABLE, James (1844- ): s/o James and Martha Barton; 1850 Linn Co is a day laborer living with Jos. Crabtree family; 1870 is living in Granite City, ID and his occupation states he is "mining underground"

CONSTABLE, James Barton (1818-1852): m'd [ ], Martha Francis; s/o Robert and Elizabeth (French) Constable; believed to have emigrated to OR in 1851; is enumerated in the 1850 Bates Co, MO census and died in Washington Co, OR June 1852; his wife either died during emigration or shortly before; after his death his children stayed for a while with his brother, Edward Constable but by 1860 they are found in numerous households

CONSTABLE, Jane (1847- ): m'd HALSTEAD, Jacob; d/o James and Martha Constable; 1860 living with George Ferrel family

CONSTABLE, Mary Elizabeth (1846-c1869): m'd BUTTS, Lewis; d/o James and Martha Barton; 1850 is enumerated in Washington Co, OR census with Wilcox family; 1870 her husband and 2 small children are enumerated in Washington Co but it appears she is deceased

*20: COOK, Alvira M. (1840- ): m1. 1854 JOHNSON, William; m2. 1857 CUSHMAN, Daniel; m3. 1862 STURDEVANT, Joseph K.; d/o Joel and Mary (Rice) Cook

*20: COOK, Beckwith (1785-1877): m1. OLDS, Sybil; m2. PETTINGILL, Mary Polly; s/o Selah and Lucy (Beckwith) Cook; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Lane Co; later moved to Polk Co; buried at Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

*20: COOK, Chloe Amella (1842-1929): m1. 1857 HARRY, John Alva; m2. 1875 LAIRD, James; d/o Seley and Nancy (Rice) Cook; died Coos Co, OR

*20: COOK, Horace Howard (1852- ): born during second half of emigration in 1852

*20: COOK, Joel B. (1815-1867): m'd RICE, Mary E.; s/o Beckwith and Sybil (Olds) Cook; settled in Lane Co; died in Coos Co in a logging accident

COOK, John:

*20: COOK, Lucy A. (c1843- ): m1. 1858 GRANBY, Lorenzo; m2. 1866 WRIGHT, Anderson; d/o Joel and Mary (Rice) Cook

*20: COOK, Martha Armenia (c1843-1930): m'd 1859 LONGSWORTH, Basil Nelson; d/o Seley and Nancy (Rice) Cook; died Hillsboro, OR

*20: COOK, Mary Elizabeth (1851-1937): m'd 1874 CONNETT, Isaac; d/o Seley and Nancy (Rice) Cook; died in Polk Co, OR

*20: COOK, Mercy Agustas (1847- ): m'd 1864 COLLVER, Hiram H.

*20: COOK, Osmer White (1847-1920): m'd 1873 GILLIAM, Mary Catherine; s/o Seley and Nancy (Rice) Cook; died Wasco Co, OR

*20: COOK, Seley Mansfield (1812- ) m'd 1835 RICE, Nancy B.; settled in Lane Co; s/o Beckwith and Sybil (Olds) Cook; later moved to Polk Co; buried at Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

*20: COOK, Sophia Alvira (1828-1902): m1. 1849 SMITH, Henry Bishop; m2. 1875 ALLEN, James M.; m3. 1888 ORCHARD, Jesse Clark; d/o Beckwith and Sybil (Olds) Cook;

COOKE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COOKE, Charles: m'd 1851 BREWSTER, Sue

COOKE, Edwin Nathaniel (26 Feb 1810-06 May 1879): m'd 05 Sep 1835 VANDERCOOK, Eliza; s/o Asaph and Mary (Stewart) Cooke; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

"Merchant, business promoter, State Treasurer, was born at Adams, New York, the son of Mary Stewart and Asoph Cooke, of direct Mayflower lineage.  The family moved to Ohio, 1817, and where Edwin engaged in mercantile business from the 1830s until he and his wife (married Eliza Vandercock (sic-Vandercook) moved to Salem, Oregon, 1851.  There with George N Jones he operated a store, 1851-56; ran Cooke's Hotel (later Mansion House), and in 1860 was one of organizers of People's Transportation Co.  Active in Willamette River navigation for many years, he became State Treasurer, 1862-70; in 1866 reentered merchandising business at Salem, and was co-partners in Oswego Iron Works.  He toured Europe in 1868.  They had one daughter." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 61]

COOKE, Frances Mary "Fannie" (03 Aug 1837-07 Dec 1886): m'd 03 Aug 1854 PATTON, Thomas McFadden; d/o Edwin and Eliza (Vandercook) Cooke; buried  Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

COOKE, Israel:

COOKE, Joseph:

COOLIDGE, Ai (15 Feb 1823-14 Jul 1908): m'd 13 Apr 1854 ALLEN, Sarah Francis; s/o James and Fannie (Rice) Coolidge; settled Marion County, OR where he was prominent in the Silverton area; father of 6 children (Dollie, Eva, Ai Jr, Alfred, May and Lena); buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

"Banker and merchant, born in Union County, Ohio, the son of James F. and Fannie Rice Coolidge, and following a limited schooling came to Oregon in 1851.  Taking a donation land claim in eastern Marion County, he opened a general store at the site of Milford (long since a ghost townsite) in 1852.  The business, store and all, was later moved to Silverton (four miles distant), where Coolidge continued in business until about 1865.  For some years he was a large stock raiser, and in 1880, with Jake McClaine, opened the Coolidge & McClaine Bank, which operated until its consolidation with a state banking chain in 1952.  He owned much property, raised livestock, and was a promoter of the Silverton Electric Light Co.  In the 1850s he married Sarah H. Allen; they had six children." [Dicationary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 61]

COOLIDGE, Matthew (1826-aft 1880): m'd 1858 WHITE, Emily; believed to be cousin of Ai and Tero Coolidge

COOLIDGE, Tero (1825-19 May 1857): m'd 29 Nov 1853 PORTER, Sarah Frances.; s/o James and Fannie (Rice) Coolidge; settled Marion Co, OR, father of one dau (Annette); buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

COOPER, Josiah:

COOPER, William E.:

COOVERT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COOVERT, Abram (1819-1907): m'd 1845 ODELL, Martha A.; settled Yamhill Co

COOVERT, John Q.:

CORBETT, Henry Winslow (18 Feb 1827-31 Mar 1903): m1. 1853 JAGGER, Caroline "Carrie" Elizabeth; m2. 20 Feb 1867 RUGGLES, Emma Louise; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

"Merchant, banker, and U.S. Senator, was born in Westboro, Mass., the son of Elijah and Melinda Corbett, descended from the 17th century English settlers.  He graduated from Cambridge Academy (N.Y.) in 1840, entering business in New York City.  In 1851 he came by sailing vessel to Oregon, and opened a general store in Portland with goods shipped around the Horn.  He went east again in 1852, returning in 1853 with added goods and resumed business.  In 1863 he became owner of the California State Line, carrying passengers and mail.  From 1867 to 1873 he was U.S. Senator from Oregon.  He was an organizer of the First National Bank, Portland, in 1865; director of Oregon Steam Navigation Co., later Oregon Railway and Navigation Co. and over a period of years was financially interested in a vast number of business and banking enterprises.  He was president of the Lewis and Clark Exposition in 1905, and conducted extensive philanthropies.  Twice married, in 1853 to Caroline E. Jagger (d. 1866), and to Emma L. Ruggles in 1867.  He had two sons by his first wife.  He died at Portland." [Dicationary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 64]

CORNWELL, James: m'd TUCKER, Mary

CORYELL, Francis M.:

CORYELL, Isaac: m'd [] , Lucinda

COSHOW, Oliver Perry (1831- ): m'd 1853 COCHRAN, Sarah E.

COSTELLO, John Jr.: m'd MURPHY, Mary Jane

COSTELLO, Mary Ellen: m'd MURPHY, Matthew O'Connell

COSTELLO, Michael (1843-1866):

*17: COULTAS, Jane: m'd EVANS, Jeremiah

*17: COULTAS, Mary: m'd SOUTHWELL,

COX FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COX, Dianah (05 Aug 1821-06 Oct 1894): m'd 04 Aug 1843 COX, Solomon Thomas Jr; d/o John and Sarah (Stanfield) Cox; settled Lane County; buried Rest Lawn Memoria Park, Junction City, Lane County, Oregon

COX, James Franklin (Sep 1850-30 Sep 1924).: s/o Jesse and Nancy (Keeney) Cox

COX, James Martin (1849-1928): s/o Solomon and Dianah (Cox) Cox;

COX, Jesse (27 Mar 1821-18 Nov 1901): m'd 06 Dec 1840 KEENEY, Nancy; settled Lane County, s/o Solomon and Mary (Norris) Cox; father and siblings emigrated to Oregon in 1848; buried Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon

COX, John Washington (15 Jul 1843-31 Oct 1909): s/o Jesse and Nancy (Keeney) Cox

COX, Julatha Ann (10 Nov 1845-03 Feb 1878):  d/o Solomon and Dianah (Cox) Cox; :

COX, Martha Jane (21 Jul 1843-13 Jun 1923): m'd TAYLOR, William A.; d/o Solomon and Dianah (Cox) Cox; :

COX, Robert T.:

COX, Samuel Stanfield (10 Jun 1847-02 Oct 1926): m'd MANNING, Nancy Elizabeth; s/o Solomon and Dianah (Cox) Cox;

COX, Solomon Thomas Jr. (01 Feb 1823-29 Jan 1878): m'd 04 Aug 1843 COX, Dianah Coffee; s/o Solomon and Mary (Norris) Cox; father and siblings emigrated to Oregon in 1848; settled Lane County, Oregon; buried Rest Lawn Memoria Park, Junction City, Lane County, Oregon

COX, William Calhoun (22 Feb 1848-19 Sep 1921):  s/o Jesse and Nancy (Keeney) Cox

COY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COY, John H. (1796-1875): m'd [] , Deborah

COYLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COYLE, Ann (1840- ): m'd 1860 KIRK, Thomas Jefferson; d/o James and Maria (Boswell) Coyle

COYLE, Catherine (c1846): d/o James and Maria (Boswell) Coyle

COYLE, Elisabeth M. (c1843): d/o James and Maria (Boswell) Coyle

COYLE, Frances E. (1836-1858): m'd BENTON, Thomas H.; d/o John "Jackie" Patrick (dec) and Elizabeth (stringer) Coyle (pioneer of 1851)

COYLE, James (1818-c1856): m'd BOSWELL, Maria; s/o Patrick Coyle II (dec) and Delilah (Owen) Stringer (a pioneer of 1851) settled Linn Co, OR

COYLE, James (c1850-1882): s/o James and Maria (Boswell) Coyle; James was killed playing cards in Centreville, Umatilla Co, OR near what is now Athena, OR

COYLE, James Bunch (1832-1901): m'd 1859 SUMMERS, Jane (pioneer of 1845); s/o John "Jackie" Patrick (dec) and Elizabeth (Stringer) Coyle (a pioneer of 1851); settled Linn Co, OR

COYLE, Louisa (1842- ): m'd WITTER, J.C.; d/o John "Jackie" Patrick (dec) and Elizabeth (Stringer) Coyle (a pioneer of 1851)

COYLE, Lucinda (c1842): d/o James and Maria (Boswell) Coyle

COYLE, Martha Jane (1839-1857): m'd MILLER, David; d/o John "Jackie" Patrick (dec) and Elizabeth (Stringer) Coyle (a pioneer of 1851); settled Linn Co, OR

CRAIN, Joseph A. ( -1896):

*14: CRANDALL, C.C.: from LaPorte, IN; cutoff for CA

CRANSTON, Edward (1836- ):

CRANSTON, Ephraim (1800- ): m'd 1825 [], Roxanna

CRANSTON, Rosanna: m'd CRANSTON, Ephraim

CRANSTON, Samuel B. (1828- ): m'd IRWIN, Octavia O.

CRANSTON, Warren (1826- ): m'd 1850 MARSH, Susan Amelia

CRAWFORD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CRAWFORD, Beverly Vawter (1835-1928): d/o Phileon and Letitia (Smith) Crawford

CRAWFORD, Elvin John (1841-1934): s/o Phileon and Letitia (Smith) Crawford

CRAWFORD, Elizabeth: m'd LEASURE, Elizabeth

CRAWFORD, Henry Pascal (1837-1923): s/o Phileon and Letitia (Smith) Crawford

CRAWFORD, Jasper Vincent (1839-1915): s/o Phileon and Letitia (Smith) Crawford

CRAWFORD, Margaret S. (1843- ): d/o Phileon and Letitia (Smith) Crawford

CRAWFORD, Philemon Vawter (1814-1901): m'd 1833 SMITH, Letitia; settled Yamhill Co; moved to Linn Co and in 1869 founded the city of Crawfordsville; (Journal of a Trip Across the Plains, 1851 by Philemon Vawter Crawford available from Oregon Historical Society)

CRAWFORD, Rachel (1822-1891): m'd 1850 SMITH, Peter; settled initially in what is now southwest Portland; by 1870 had moved with husband and family to the Dairy Creek/Forest Grove area of Washington County

CRAWFORD, Ulric L. (1845-1867): s/o Phileon and Letitia (Smith) Crawford

CRISS, Jeremiah (1803- ): m'd [] , Elizabeth

*3: CROSBY, Hart:

*23: CROCKETT, Ann: m'd CROCKETT, John

*23: CROCKETT, Charles (1831- ): s/o Walter and Mary (Black) Crockett

*23: CROCKETT, Hugh (1828- ): s/o Walter and Mary (Black) Crockett; single; brother, Samuel B. Crockett emigrated in 1844

*23: CROCKETT, John (1827- ): m'd (Unknown), Ann; s/o Walter and Mary (Black) Crockett

*23: CROCKETT, Samuel D. (1850- ): s/o John and Ann Crockett

*23: CROCKETT, Susan Hunter (1826- ): m'd HANCOCK, Samuel; d/o Walter and Mary (Black) Crockett

*23: CROCKETT, Walter Jr. (1834- ): s/o Walter and Mary (Black) Crockett

*23: CROCKETT, Walter Sr. (1786- ): m'd BAKER, Mary; s/o Hugh and Rebecca (Lorton) Crockett; settled Whidbey Island

CROKE, James Father (1827-1888): Catholic missionary; Father James Croke letters 1853-1874

CROSIAR, William:

CROW, James E. P.:

CROW, Jonathan: m'd [] , Mary

CROW, William R.: m'd [] , Mary

CROZIER, William (1828- ):

CULP, George K.:

CURL, Nancy: m'd THOMAS, Turpen T.

CUSHMAN, Hollaway:

*20: CUTLIP, Abraham (1825-1910): m'd 1847 COOK, Harriet E.; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Lane Co; later moved to Douglas Co and finally to Coos Co

*20: CUTLIP, Leonard (c1850-1871): s/o Abraham and Harriet (Cook) Cutlip

DAIRY, Phillip: see DEARY, Phillip

DALY, James L.: m'd [] , Elizabeth

DANIELS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DANIELS, Austin Miles (c1812- ): m'd 1837 [] , Mary Ellen; moved from VA to Morgan Co, MO by 1837 where he remained until he emigrated in 1851; settled on Soap Creek in Benton Co; after wife's death in 1870 he moved to Trinity Co, CA where it is believed he died

DANIELS, Mary Ellen ( -1870): m'd 1837 DANIELS, Austin Miles; maiden name unknown at this time; was founding member of the North Palestine Church in Benton Co in 1856

DARBY, Sarah R. (1822-1902): m'd 1847 PHILPOTT, William Jones

DARNELL, Nancy J. (1821-1897): m'd 1842 YOCUM, Franklin

DARNES, Samuel E.:

DARROUGH, William : m'd [] , Rosannah

DAVENPORT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DAVENPORT, Benjamin Franklin Dr. (24 Jun 1799-10 Feb 1857): m'd GOTT, Sarah Rollins; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

"Pioneer physician of the Silverton country, was born in Columbia Co., N.Y., the son of Jonathan Davenport.  He graduated from Pittsfield Medical College, Pittsfield, Mass., about 1828, practiced in Lucerne, Pa., but in 1851 was in Norwalk, Ohio, where he outfitted for the trip to Oregon.  He arrived in Oregon that autumn, settling on a land clain in the Waldo Hills south of Silverton.  His wife was Sarah Rollins Gott, of N.Y.  They had five children.  In early pioneering years his services to the sick of eastern Marion Co., were considerable." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 69]

DAVENPORT, Benjamin Franklin (09 Feb 1839-20 Feb 1913): m'd DEWITT, Lucretia Emily;  s/o Benjamin and Sarah (Gott) Davenport; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

DAVENPORT, Isaac Alfred Dr. (26 May 1814-27 Jan 1875): buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

DAVENPORT, John Colver (03 Apr 1830-10 Mar 1919): m'd LOWE, Sarah Ann; s/o Benjamin and Sarah (Gott) Davenport; buried Fern Hill Cemetery, Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, Washington

DAVENPORT, Joseph Wadsworth (19 Feb 1833-18 Jan 1903): m'd SCHILLING, Martha Jane; s/o Benjamin and Sarah (Gott) Davenport; buried Colfax Cemetery, Colfax, Whitman County, Washington;

DAVENPORT, Lucinda Chapman (15 Aug 1837-02 May 1927): m'd 1858 JACOBS, Orange; d/o Benjamin and Sarah (Gott) Davenport; buried Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington

DAVENPORT, Timothy Woodbridge (30 Jul 1826-26 Apr 1911): m1. 1854 GEER, Florinda; m2. 1872 GILMOUR, Nancy Elizabeth; s/o Benjamin and Sarah (Gott) Davenport; elected to the Oregon House of Representatives 1862-1872; elected to Oregon Senate 1882; son, Homer Calvin Davenport became the famous cartoonist for the William Randolph Hearst newspapers; Silverton, OR celebrates Homer Davenport Days every year with a variety of events [Recollections of An Indian Agent, OHSQ, 1907]; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

*16: DAVIS, John N.: settled in Marion county; reportedly was only survivor of the Patterson company massacre

DAVIS, Lewis Hawkins (1794- ): m'd 01 Jan 1829 CLINGER, Susan A.

DAVIS, Malinda (1834- ): m'd 1850 HURST, James Andrew

DAVIS, Rebecca Whitby ( -1853): m'd 1843 EBEY, Isaac Neff Colonel; husband emigrated in 1847; family came to join him in 1851; settled in Washington Territory

DAVIS, Thomas O.:

DEAKINS, Elizabeth Ann (04 May 1822-1888): m'd 25 Apr 1847 HIGGINS, Elijah "Eli" Armstrong; d/o William and Rachel (Hollingsworth) Deakins

DEAKINS, William (28 Jun 1796-09 Jul 1875) m'd 31 Jul 1817 HOLLINGSWORTH, Rachel; s/o James and Martha (Brand) Deakins; wife died in Andrew County, Missouri prior to emigration; : buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

DEARY, Basil (1851- ): s/o Philip and Cynthia (Pribble) Deary; born soon after arrival in Oregon; after death of parents he was taken in by the woman who had cared for his mother prior to her death.

DEARY, Edna (1849- ): d/o Philip and Cynthia (Pribble) Deary; after death of parents she was adopted by Rev. O. Dickenson; 1839 was living in San Francisco with her daughter, Mrs. M.L. Spangler

DEARY, Jacob (1846-1899): died in Silver City, Owyhee Co, ID; s/o Philip and Cynthia (Pribble) Deary; after death of parents he was sent to live with Towner Savage family

DEARY, Philip (1817-1853): m'd 1841 PRIBBLE, Cynthia; oldest son of Jacob Derry; wife died while moving from Clackamas Co to Jackson Co in 1852

DEKUM, Frank (05 Nov 1829-19 Oct 1894): m1. REINIG, Francesca; m2. 1881 JACKSON, Phebe M.; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

"Baker and confectioner, building contractor, banker, capitalist; was born in Bavaria, Germany, and came to America with his parents in 1837.  Educated at home, he learned the trade of confectioner in St. Louis.  With partner went to California gold mines in 1851 coming to Portland in 1853, where he established first bakery and confectionery shop, operating it for many years.  Was founder and president of Portland Savings Bank; co-organizer of the Commercial National Bank, serving as its president; and constructed may buildings in Portland, including the Gadsby Block and Dekum Building.  He was president of North Pacific Industrial Exposition, 1888.  He was twice married." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p.71]

DELONG, Mary Ann (28 Dec 1828-19 Jun 1902): m'd 13 Jan 1851 BELL, George Cyrus; d/o James and Agnes (Smith) Delong; buried Bethel Cemetery, Bethel, Polk County, Oregon

DENNY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DENNY, Aaron Hicklin (25 Jan 1823-15 Sep 1903).: m'd 02 Feb 1851 KING, Almyra Amanda; s/o Fielding and Jane (Hicklin) Denney; buried Bethel Cemetery, Bethel, Polk County, Oregon; other siblings came in 1849; Aaron and his brother Thomas had an argument and Aaron took the second "e" out of his name. All the children of Aaron spell their name Denny

DENNY, Allen Wylie (12 Jul 1834-12 Feb 1901): m'd 05 Oct 1856 CAMPBELL, Sarah Jane; s/o John and Sally (Wilson) Denny; settled Marion County, Oregon; buried Lone Oak Cemetery, Stayton, Marion County, Oregon

DENNY, Arthur Armstrong (20 Jun 1822-09 Jan 1899): m'd 1843 BOREN, Mary Ann; s/o John and Sally (Wilson) Denny; settled King County, Washington;  buried Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington

DENNY, David Thomas (17 May 1832-25 Nov 1903): m'd 1850 BOREN, Louisa; s/o John and Sally (Wilson) Denny; settled King County, Washington; buried Evergreen-Washell Memorial Park, Seattle, King County, Washington

DENNY, Elizabeth (27 Apr 1821-2 Feb 1860): m'd 1842 STOTT, James McGuire; buried Mountain View Stark Pioneer Cemetery, Troutdale, Multnomah County, Oregon

DENNY, James Marion (18 Dec 1824-02 Jul 1855): s/o John and Sally (Wilson) Denny; settled King County, Washington

DENNY, John (04 May 1793-28 Jul 1875): m'd 1814 WILSON, Sarah; m2. 10 Sep 1848 BOREN, Mrs. Sarah (LATIMER); settled King County, Washington; buried Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington

DENNY, John Fletcher (10 Nov 1819-16 Feb 1882): m'd 24 Sep 1841 GARRETT, Frances; s/o John and Sally (Wilson) Denny; settled King County, Washington; buried Oakland Masonic and Old Town Oakland Cemeteries, Oakland, Douglas County, Oregon

DENNY, Lucy (31 May 1812-13 Dec 1882): m'd 08 Feb 1838 STOTT, Samuel R.

DENNY, Margaret Lenora ( -1915): never married; d/o Arthur Armstrong and Mary Ann (Boren) Denny; settled King County, Washington; settled King County, Washington

DENNY, Sarah Loretta (14 Feb 1851-25 Jul 1907): Never Married; d/o John and Sarah (Latimer) Denny; settled King County, Washington; buried Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Oregon

DERR, Martin:

DERRY Family: See Phillip Deary

DESHAUTEL, Stephen:

DESPAIN, Jeremiah (1835- ): m'd HOWARD, Nancy; engaged in business in Eugene and LaGrande; operated a large pack train taking supplies to miners in ID; 1866 moved to Umatilla county near Pendleton to raise sheep; at one time owned over 20,000 acres of Union and Umatilla county as well as a good share of the Pendleton business district; had 2,000 horses and 15,000 head of sheep branded with the AS brand of Despain and Sullivan; moved into Pendleton and invested his money in construction; member of first city council, member of first fire department, served on school board; built the Despain building which was considered the most innovative frame building for that time

DILLEY, Amanda M. (c1846- ): m'd 1869 CHRISMAN, D.P.

DILLEY, Julia Ann (1849- ): m'd 1867 HAGEY, Adam Wesley; d/o Thomas and Martha (Tolbert) Dilley

DILLEY, Nancy (1847- ): probably died prior to emigration; d/o Thomas and Martha (Tolbert) Dilley

DILLEY, Susan Sophia (1845-1871): m'd 1865 HAGEY, Samuel Ransom; d/o Thomas and Martha (Tolbert) Dilley

DILLEY, Thomas Wilson (1814-1889).: m'd 1841 TOLBERT, Martha Jane; buried Brooks Pioneer Cemetery, Brooks, Marion Co, OR

DIVINE, Margaret (1823- ): m'd SPONG, Alexander; settled Marion Co

DIXON, Jesse D. (1831- ): m'd 1854 MILLIKEN, Louisa A.

DONNELLY, Daniel M. (1820- ):

DONNELLY, Daniel M.:

DOWNS, James:

DRAKE, B. F. (1825- ):

*17: DRAKE, Martha: m'd HOFFMAN, William; widow of the late William Hoffman (sic) of Sangamon, accompanied by her children; traveling with the Clark party; brought four good horses with her that were later stolen by the indians

DREW FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DREW, Benjamin J. (1827-1886): m'd HUNT, Sarah Cabell; may have come to OR by sea, went to CA in 1852 and then settled in Jacksonville, OR area for several years

DREW, Charles Stewart: brother of Benjamin J. listed above, was Lt. Col in the Oregon Calvary, founded Fort Klamath which was controversial for its location

DUCKWORTH, Isaac Newton (1826-1901): m'd KENT, Julia Ann Caroline; born 25 Dec 1826 Jefferson Co, KY and died 06 Oct 1901 Richardson, Lane Co, OR; buried Sailor Cemetery, Noti, Lane Co, OR; father of 5 children (Mary Elizabeth, Lucinda Missouri, Joseph Lane, Thomas Jefferson and Lydia F.)

DUCKWORTH, Mary Elizabeth (1849-1937: m'd CHESHIRE, John Washington; d/o Isaac and Julia (Kent) Duckworth; born 25 Jul 1849 St. Louis, St. Louis Co, MO and died 25 Nov 1937 Spokane, Spokane Co, WA

DUFF, David:

DUFF, Eleanor: m'd DUFF, James

DUNIGAN, W.:

DUNN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DUNN, James W. Capt.: m'd [] , Mary

EAGON, Joseph P.: m'd DORRELL, Sarah; per Kathy at Frostypoo@aol.com who is a desc researching the Dorrell Line

*12: EARLS, Hannah: m'd PAYNE, John

*23: EBEY, Eason Benton (1844- ): s/o Isaac and Rebecca (Davis) Ebey; father emigrated in 1847

*23: EBEY, Jacob Ellison (1846- ): s/o Isaac and Rebecca (Davis) Ebey; father emigrated in 1847

EDWARDS, Joseph (1827- ): m'd 1855 RITNER, Missouri

EGGERS, Dr:

ELLISON, Henrietta Legge (07 Aug 1801-23 Jan 1883): m'd FAILING Josiah; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

*3: ELY, Cal:

EMERSON, Thomas J.: m'd [] , Lydia

ENGLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*18/*21: ENGLE, Jack:

ENGLE, Joseph (1816- ): m'd [] , Ann

ENGLE, Mary: m'd JACKSON, Andrew

ENGLE, Susan: m'd ENGLE, William Styles; were first cousins

ENGLE, William Styles (1789-1868): m1. 1816 BUTT, Mary; m2. 1824 HAYES, Esther Mrs.; m3. 1826 CLARK, Martha; m4 1851 ENGLE, Susan; *3 Meek Cutoff ; originally emigrant of 1845; when his third wife died in 1849 he returned east via Cape Horn and married his first cousin, Susan Engle.  He emigrated again in 1851.

ENNIS, Allen (1830- ): m'd 1863 SMITH, Margarette

ENNIS, Anderson: m'd [] , Mary

*23: ENOS, Mrs. A.N.; niece of Isaac N. Ebey; Ebey family emigrated in 1851, Isaac N. Ebey had emigrated in 1846

*18/*21: ESTLE, Robert:

*17: EVANS, Jeremiah (1826- ): m'd 1847 COULTAS, Jane

EVANS, JoAnna Stewart (03 Feb 1808-10 Feb 1874): m'd 07 Mar 1827 GAY, Martin Baker; mother of 12 children (James Woods, Charles Franklin, Mary Francis, John Walker, Martin Baker Jr., Martha Ann, Evan Stewart, David Green, Daniel Goode, William Kelly, Lodwick Wadlow and Sarah Julia)

FAILING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FAILING, Edward (18 Dec 1840-29 Jan 1900): m'd 1866 HENDERSON, Olivia Burch; s/o Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

"Pioneer Portland merchant; was born in New York City, the son of Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing.  Educated in the common schools in New York City; he came to Oregon with his parents in 1851, and continued his education at Portland Academy, after which he was employed as clerk by H. W. Corbett and became partner of firm in 1868.  He was a director of the Bank of Portland.  He married Olivia B. Henderson in 1866; they had nine children." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 82]

FAILING, Elizabeth Ann (20 Oct 1830-02 May 1884): m'd 27 Jan 1863 CONNOR, John; d/o Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

FAILING, Henry (17 Jan 1834-08 Nov 1898): m'd 1858 CORBETT, Emily Phelps; s/o Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

"Pioneer Portland merchant, banker, politician; was born in New York City, the son of Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing, and educated in New York public schools, later working as office boy, accountant, and bookkeeper.  He came to Portland with parents in 1851, and with his father immediately started a store.  His father retired in 1864.  Henry Failing was mayor of Portland, president of First National Bank from 1869 until death; with Henry Winslow Corbett he engaged in mercantile business, 1871;  he was president of University of Oregon Board of Regents, and took part in many civic and community activities.  In 1859 he married Emily Phelps Corbett, sister of Henry W. Corbett; they had three children." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 82]

FAILING, James Frederick (24 Mar 1842-19 Oct 1920): m'd CONNER, Jane Johnson; s/o Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing; arrived by ship from NY; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

FAILING, John W. (28 Jun 1837-30 Jan 1893): m'd 1870 MORRIS, Abiah Magnolia; s/o Josiah and Henrietta (Ellison) Failing; arrived by ship from NY; moved to Tennessee where he died and is buried in Ball Camp Baptist Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee

FAILING, Josiah H. (09 Jul 1806-14 Aug 1877): m'd 1828 ELLISON, Henrietta Legge; s/o Henry and Mary (Chapman) Failing; arrived by ship from NY; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

FAULCONER, Thomas W.:

*22: FAULKNER, Joseph:

FAULKNER, T. J.:

FAULCONER, Thomas Newton.: m1. 10 Nov 1861 MORGAN, Lucy Holcom; m2. 26 Apr 1917 COPENHEFER, Harriet J.

FAWK, James (1816-1894): m'd 1838 ROBINSON, Elizabeth; buried Salt Creek Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

FERRIS, Amos J. (1817- ): m'd HAYES, Susan

FINDLEY, William R.:

FISK, Jordan M.:

FISK, Jordon M. (1835-1852):

FLANARY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FLANARY, Thomas G. (1828- ): m'd 1850 , Emily Jane

FLANARY, William E.: m'd [] , Ann

*14: FLAX, N: from Joliet, IL; cutoff for CA

FLEISCHNER, Jacob:

FLEMING, Clara S. (20 Oct 1834-06 Apr 1918) : m'd 1852 BIRDSEYE, David Nelson; buried Rock Point Pioneer Cemetery, Gold Hill, Jackson County, Oregon

FLETCHER, Wellington:

FLICKINGER, Henry (1830- ): m'd 1851 PYBURN, Martha M.

FOSTER, James:

*3: FOSTER, James:

FOSTER, Spencer (1826- ): m'd 1851 , Clarissa C.

FOSTER, Spencer C.: m'd [] , Clarissa

*3: FOUTS, Ben:

FRAZAR, Thomas (1813- ): m'd 1839 BRADFORD, Frances A.

FROMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*12: FROMAN, America: m'd 1846 PRICE, Nimrod

*12: FROMAN, David: m'd 1841 HENDERSON, Nancy A.

*12: FROMAN, Eliza Jane (1835-1907):

*12: FROMAN, Isaac R.: m'd [] , Eliza

*12: FROMAN, Isaac Rand (1830-1922):

FRUIT, James O.: m'd [] , Caroline

FRUM, Eugenus:

FRUM, Eugenus: m'd [] , Elizabeth

FRY, John: m'd [] , Margaret

FULLERTON, L. B. (1832- ):

FULTON, Rachel Ann (1835-1900): m'd 1851 SPERRY, Caprus C. Rev.; d/o James and Rebecca (Greene) Fulton

GAGER, Stephen D.: m'd CROPSEY, Emily

GALL, Amanda (23 May 1838-17 Jan 1903): m1. 21 Jun 1853 HARDIN, John R.; m2. 18 Mar 1856 SHELTON, Hawkins; d/o Jacob and Roxanna (Hurt) Gall; buried Star Cemetery, Star, Ada County, Idaho;  Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

GALL, Jacob (28 Nov 1805): m'd 07 Sep 1826 HURT, Roxanna; s/o John and Margaret (Fulwider) Gall;buried Hays Gall Cemetery, Gold Hill, Jackson County, Oregon;  Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

GALL, Christopher Columbus (18 Mar 1833-05 Nov 1917) m'd 09 Oct 1861 PANKEY, Sarah Jane; s/o Jacob and Roxanna (Hurt) Gall; buried Pankey Park Cemetery, Jackson County, Oregon;  Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

GALL, Walter "Scott" (Aug 1835-12 Sep 1904): s/o Jacob and Roxanna (Hurt) Gall; buried Roseburg National Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon; Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

GAY, Charles Franklin (1829-1908) : m'd  27 May 1858 BURKHART, Rebecca Anna; s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 13 Sep 1829 Nashville, Davidson Co, TN and died 17 Jun 1908 Spokane, Spokane Coounty, Washington; buried Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington

GAY, Daniel Goode (13 Apr 1844-30 Dec 1927): m'd 1882 RICHARDSON, Ella E.;  s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; buried Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw, Moose Jaw Census Division, Saskatchewan, Canada

GAY, David Green (14 Sep 1841-21 Oct 1915): m1. 04 Mary 1871 LINDER, Charlotte Temple; m2. 19 Apr 1893 BAIRD, Keturah (BELKNAP); s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; buried Mary Gay Gogswell Pioneer Cemetery, Creswell, Lane County, Oregon

GAY, Evan Stewart (21 Oct 1839-27 Nov 1920): m1. 07 Jun 1868 DAVIS, Mary Melissa; m2. 27 Jan 1877 CRANDALL WELLSEY, Mrs Sarah Ann (DANFORTH); s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; buried Greenwood Cemetery, Kellogg, Shoshone County, Idaho

GAY, James Woods (1828-1903): m'd 10 Oct 1850 GOTT, Francis Jane; s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 05 Feb 1828 KY and died 13 Jan 1903 Crawfordsville, Linn County, Oregon; buried Crawfordsville Union Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Linn Co, OR

GAY, John Walker (1833-1912): m'd 29 Sep 1870 PIKE, Helena Choate; s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 25 Dec 1833 Boone Co, MO and died 01 Feb 1912 Rickreall, Polk County, Oregon; buried Etna Cemetery, Crowley, Polk County, Oregon

GAY, Lodwick Wadlow (28 Aug 1848-30 Jan 1926): m'd 30 Jun 1878 SWEET, Mary A.; s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; buried Greenwood Cemetery, Kellogg, Shoshone Co, ID

GAY, Martha Ann "Mattie"  (08 Nov 1837-12 Dec 1916): m'd 27 Aug 1871 MASTERSON, James Alfred; d/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 08 Nov 1837 Ark and died 12 Dec 1916 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; "One Woman's West; Recollections of the Oregon Trail and Settling the Northwest Country by Martha Gay Masterson 1838-1916; edited by Lois Barton, Spencer Butte Press, Eugene, Oregon 1986]; buried Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery, Creswell, Lane County, Oregon

GAY, Martin Baker (24 Oct 1803-17 Mar 1867): m'd 07 Mar 1827 EVANS, JoAnna Stewart; born 24 Oct 1803 Jamestown, James Co, VA and died 17 Mar 1867 Creswell, Lane Co, OR; s/o Charles and Mary (Baker) Gay; father of 12 children (James Woods, Charles Franklin, Mary Francis, John Walker, Martin Baker Jr., Martha Ann, Evan Stewart, David Green, Daniel Goode, William Kelly, Lodwick Wadlow and Sarah Julia) ; buried Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery, Creswell, Lane Co, OR

GAY, Martin Baker Jr. (15 Oct 1835-18 Sep 1899): m'd 17 May 1866 PASCAL, Elizabeth; s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 15 Oct 1835 Boone Co, MO and died 18 Sep 1899 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

GAY, Mary Frances "Mamie" (21 Sep 1831-08 Oct 1887): m'd 28 Oct 1852 COGSWELL, John; d/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 21 Sep 1831 Boone Co, MO and died 08 Oct 1887 Lane County, Oregon; buried Mary Gay Gogswell Pioneer Cemetery, Creswell, Lane County, Oregon

GAY, Sarah Julia "Pink" (14 Jun 1851-15 Nov 1870): d/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; born 14 jun 1851 on trail in Nebraska Territory; died of typhoid fever;  buried Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery, Creswell, Lane Co, OR

GAY, William Kelly (12 Apr 1845-30 Apr1909): never married; s/o Martin and Anna (Evans) Gay; buried Etna Cemetery, Crowley, Polk Co, OR

GAYLORD, Charles (1828-08Jul 1875): m'd 14 Mar 1852 ROBNETT, Nancy Jane:

GEARIN, Hugh Burns (1849- ): m'd 1881 MURPHY, Mary C.

GEARIN, John (1808-1893): m'd BURNS, Ellen

GEARIN, John M. (1851- ): born on bank of Umatilla River during emigration

GEARY, Ann Margaret (23 May 1842-04 Feb 1921): m'd 29 May 1862 WORTH, John Quincy Adams; d/o Edward and Harriet (Reed) Geary; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Peoria, Linn County, Oregon; arrived by ship

GEARY, Edward Ratchford  (30 Apr 1811-01 Sep 1886 ) : m1. 15 May 1838 REED, Harriet Rebecca; m2. 04 Sep 1845 WOODBRIDGE, Nancyy Merrick; s/o Richard and Margaret (White) Geary; buried Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon; arrived by ship

GEARY, John White (16 Nov 1850-20 May 1926): m'd 03 Sep 1903 KELLEY, Phebe Leona; d/o Edward and Nancy (Woodbridge) Geary; buried Burns Cemetery, Burns, Harney County, Oregon; arrived by ship

GEARY, Martha Lashills. (09 Mar 1840-10 Nov 1924): m'd PERHAM, Eugene LaForest; d/o Edward and Harriet (Reed) Geary; buried Rose City Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; arrived by ship

*4: GEORGE, Melvin Clarke (13 May 1849- 22 Feb 1933): m'd 16 Sep 1872 ECKLER, Mary E.; s/o Presley and Mahala (Nickerson) George; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

*4: GEORGE, Presley (23 Mar 1798-23 Dec 1879 ): m'd 20 Dec 1826 NICKERSON, Mahala; s/o Jesse and Mary (Craig) George; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

*3: GILES, Gid:

GILMOUR FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GILMOUR, George: s/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; died young, may have died prior to emigration of parents

GILMOUR, George Robert (1848-1925): m'd CASSADY, Emma; s/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; settled near Lebanon in Linn Co with his parents and later moved to Silverton, Marion Co, OR where he lived for a number of years;  in his later years he moved to Eugene to lived with his daughter;  George R. is buried at the IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

GILMOUR, James Alexander (1842-1919): m'd 1871 TURNER, Martha Ann; d/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour;  settled with parents near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; died at Oroville, Okanagan Co, WA

GILMOUR, John Thomas (1840-1905): m'd 1845 LINEBARGER, Virginia; s/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; settled with parents near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; in 1862 he took up a claim near Albany where he lived for over 18 years;  in 1880 he moved to Ellensburg, WA where he lived until his death; buried IOOF Cemetery, Ellensburg, WA

GILMOUR, John Wilson (1813-1903 ): m'd 1833 BRONAUGH, Jane Alexander; s/o George and Polly (Hickman) Gilmour; settled near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; later relocated to Silverton, Marion Co, OR where he was living at the time of his death; died in Ellensburg, WA while visiting his son, John Thomas Gilmour

GILMOUR, Lucy Eleanor (1836-c1853): m'd LINEBARGER, Andrew; d/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; settled with parents near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; died in childbirth shortly after her marriage

GILMOUR, Martha Ann (1850- ): m'd KIRKENDALL, Nathan; do John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; born Nov 1850 Hancock Co, IL; died in Olympia, WA

GILMOUR, Mary Jane (c1834- ): d/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; settled with parents near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR

GILMOUR, Nancy Elizabeth (1847- ): m1. WISNER, [  ];  m2. DAVENPORT, Timothy Woodbridge; d/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; settled with parents near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; moved to Silverton, Marion Co, OR after marriage

GILMOUR, William David (1839- ): m'd c1860 CASTEEL, Harriett Louisa; s/o John and Jane (Bronaugh) Gilmour; settled with parents near Lebanon, Linn Co, OR

GLASS, John E.: m'd [] , Harriet

GLEASON, Aaron B. (1829-1904):

GLEASON, Amos Smith (1832-1912): m'd 1859 JOHNSON, Jane Amanda

GLEASON, Irving E. (1834- ): m'd COY, Melissa

GLEASON, Minerva A. (1840-1878): m'd 1859 DIMICK, George W.

GLEASON, Parson (1799-1889): m'd SMITH, Mary A.

*21: GOBLE, Hannah  (1812-1859): m1. SHIRRELL, [ ]; m2. POWELL, Alfred

GOOD, Susanna (1822- ): m'd 1840 MORRIS, Eliam S.

GOTT, Sarah Rollins (02 Jun 1802-10 Oct 1879): m'd 1825 DAVENPORT, Benjamin Dr.; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

*3: GOUDY, Mr.:

*3; GOULD, Mr.

GRANT, Capt.:

GRAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GRAY, David Baxter (08 May 1836-08 May 1916): m'd STOWELL, Mary Amanda; s/o David and Elizabeth (Weed) Gray; born in Preble County, Ohio and died in Multnomah County, Oregon; at his death he was noted as the oldest Congregational minister in Oregon  He was the father of a son and a daughter, both who preceded him in death.

GRAY, David D.(23 Oct 1807-05 Jun 1881): m'd 06 Nov 1833 WEED, Elizabeth Clark (1813-1855); s/o David and Nancy (Mooney) Gray; settled Linn Co DLC #1808; brother of John, Nancy, and James who were emigrants of 1852; David was a farmer and carpenter; he is  buried Wilson Blain Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon [note that this cemetery is now farmland and privately owned.  The cemetery is on the David Gray DLC and is sometimes confused with Union Point Cemetery]

GRAY, Frederick:

GRAY, Garrison J.:

GRAY, John W.:

GRAY, Malcena (1849-06 Sep 1868); d/o David and Elizabeth (Weed) Gray; born in Indiana and died most likely in Linn County, Oregon; burial location unknown but it is assumed it was in Linn County

GRAY, Nancy Jane (21 Mar 1841-09 Jan 1937): m'd 1856 PAXTON, Andrew Bower (divorced); d/o David and Elizabeth (Weed) Gray; born in Preble County, Ohio and died in Multnomah County; buried Riverview Abbey Mausoleum and Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

GRAY, Samuel Ebenezer (26 Sep 1845-21 Sep 1932): m1. 07 Jan 1875 KNOWLTON, Mary L. (divorced); m2. 27 Nov 1900 ISHAM, Martha Viola; s/o David and Elizabeth (Weed) Gray; born in Adams County, Indiana and died in Jefferson County, Oregon; buried Mount Jefferson Memorial Park, Madras, Jefferson County, Oregon

*3: GREEN, Harvey:

GREENSTREET, Absalom (1797-1856): m'd 1819 SULLENS, Sarah

GREENSTREET, Elizabeth A. (1837- ): m'd CASPELL, Rufus

GREENSTREET, John M. (1826- ):

GREENSTREET, Mariah (1822- ): m'd CALDWELL, []

GREENSTREET, Marilda (1829-1900): m'd 1852 BENSON, Charles

GREENSTREET, Marinda J. (1833- ): m'd NORTHCUT, Edwin

GREENSTREET, Minerva (1820- ): m'd 1849 MEADE, Miner

GREENSTREET, Parmelia (1831- ): m'd HOWARD, Fails

GREENSTREET, Sarah Ellen (1840- ): m'd DOWNING, James

GREENWOOD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GREENWOOD, John W.: m'd NEWSOM, Mary E.

GREENWOOD, William :

GREY, Mr.:

GRIFFIN, James: m'd [] , Moran

GRIFFIN, James H.: m'd [] , Rebecca

GRIFFIN, Sarah Wallace: m'd c1796 RICHARDSON, George F.; d/o William Griffin; Sarah was born 29 Jan 1776 SC and died 07 Oct 1856 Polk Co, OR; buried in Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR; mother of 9 children (John Griffin, Nancy, Isaac, Nathaniel Carpenter, William Claibourn, Minerva, Enoch Numbers, Sarah Ann and Mary Jane); all but three of her children were emigrants to Oregon; Sarah accompanied several of her children and their families to Oregon in 1851

GRINSTEAD, Samuel:

GRISWOLD, Christiana "Anna" Statira (1843- ): m'd 1860 CORUM, William Henry; d/o George and Candace Griswold

GRISWOLD, Eugenia "Gennie" ( -1863): m'd 1858 IVES, Sherman Bronson;  d/o George and Candace Griswold

GRISWOLD, George: m'd ALCOTT, Candace; started with 2 yoke cows, 3 yoke oxen and 1 wagon, traded cattle for 5 horses; settled in Washington Territory; was shot and killed 26 Mar 1856 during Indian attack on Cascade landings

GROGAN, Annetta (1838- ): d/o [] and Winneford (Kelly) Grogan; emigrated with mother and step-father (per Bill Duchie at DUWIONLANW@aol.com)

GROGAN, Lyllia (1843- ): d/o [] and Winneford (Kelly) Grogan; emigrated with mother and step-father (per Bill Duchie at DUWIONLANW@aol.com)

GROVER, Lafayette F. (Governor) (29 Nov 1823-10 May 1911): m'd 1865 CARTER, Elizabeth Nancy; s/o John and Fanny (Lary) Grover;buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

"Oregon governor, lawyer and woolen manufacturer; was the son of Dr. John and Fanny (Lary) Grover; and educated at Gould's Academy, Bethel and at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me.  He came to Oregon in 1851 on the steamer Columbia.  In 1853 he served as a lieutenant in Rogue River Indian War.  In 1859 he became first U. S. Representative from the new state of Oregon.  He war governor, 1870-77; U. S. senator, 1877-83.  In business he was a director of Willamette Woolen Mfg. Co., Salem, 1856-71; manager Salem Flouring Mills, 187-71.  He married Elizabeth Carter in 1865; they had one son, John Culver Grover, a sculptor." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 105]

GUNTON, John (1826- ):

*23: GUTHREY, Zephaniah: settled in Washington Territory where he went to work for Mr. Burbez; they loaded a schooner with produce and started for San Francisco; after the schooner left the Columbia it was never heard from again

HADLEY, Henry G.: m'd [] , Loretta

HADLEY, Melville:

HADLEY, Samuel B. (1821- ): m'd 1851 HAMMOND, Amelia

HAINES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HAINES, Joseph:

HAINES, William:

HALES, Justins:

HALEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HALEY, Amanda (1829-1898): m'd aft 1851 HELM, Lawrence Stern;  d/o Stephen Haley; Lawrence Helm's wife died on the trail.  Amanda served as a mother for his young children on the trail.  The two families settled next to each other and Amanda was married to Helm.  In later years the family moved to Texas.  Amanda was stricken with a stroke.  During a business trip to California Lawrence took a side trip to Oregon to visit his daughters.  During the visit he fell ill and passed away.  Amanda lived on the Harmonson Ranch until one of the children developed measles.  Amanda became a victim of the disease and is buried on the Harmonson Ranch near Archer City, Texas.

HALEY, Elizabeth (1844-1917):  d/o Stephen Haley

HALEY, James B. (1839-1855):  s/o Stephen Haley

HALEY, John P. (1834-aft 1860):  s/o Stephen Haley

HALEY, Parthena Jane (1837-1917): m'd 1857 PORTER, David Putnam, d/o Stephen Haley

HALEY, Pinkney W. (1832-1868):  s/o Stephen Haley

HALEY, Stephen Daniel (1805-1882):

HALEY, William G. (1830-1862): s/o Stephen Haley

HALL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HALL, Benjamin Franklin: m'd HICKLIN, Emily; settled near present day Troutdale, OR

HALL, L. D.:

HALL, Luke: m'd [] , Susan

HALL, Lyman: m'd [] , Ruth

HALL, Lyman Davis (1813-1900): m'd HOWE, Ruth Ann

HALL, Sarah (1824-1884): m'd JONES, George W.; born 30 May 1824 Saline County, Missouri, died 08 Dec 1884 Washington County, Oregon

HALPAIN, Kitty Ann Caroline (29 Jul 1824-23 Apr 1899): m'd14 Mar 1841 ARRINGTON, James Merville;; died Douglas County, Oregon

Supplina HAMILTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:     
HAMILTON, Bushrod W.: m'd [] , Delphina

HAMILTON, George: m'd [] , Elizabeth

*21 HAMILTON, Supplina (1832-1905): m'd 1858 SUMPTER, Sarah Janel buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, St. John, Whitman Co, WA Supplina Hamilton Family Website

HAMLIN, Joanna Hubbard (01 Nov 1803-16 Feb 1888): m'd 11 Dec 1822 MORRISON Sr., Matthew Hamlin; d/o Rice and Elizabeth (Wanzer) Hamlin

HAMMITT, Austin W.: m'd [] , Samantha

HAMMOND, Amelia (1825-1886): m'd 1851 HADLEY, Samuel B.

HAMMOND, Charles F./T.:

HANLAEN, Fronz: m'd [] , Abi

HANNON, John E.: m'd [] , Mary

HARDIN, Mr.: a Weston lawyer

HARGER, Linus W. (1838- ): 1871 PAMBRUN, Miss

HARKINS, Daniel: m'd [] , Margaret

*24: HARPOLE, Lafayette L. "Fleck" (1834-1916): s/o William and Nancy (McMullen) Harpole

*24: HARPOLE, Marion DeKalb (1831- ): m'd 1866 LIVERMORE, Mary Ann; s/o William and Nancy (McMullen) Harpole

*24: HARPOLE, Nancy (c1847- ): m'd 1867 HAGEY, John M.; d/o William and Nancy (McMullen) Harpole

*24: HARPOLE, Paul (1840-1912): m'd 1898 VALENTINE, Grace; s/o William and Nancy (McMullen) Harpole

*24: HARPOLE, Susan (c1845- ): m'd SHAFFER, (Unknown); d/o William and Nancy (McMullen) Harpole

*24: HARPOLE, Thomas B. (1835-1903): m'd (Unknown), Mary A.; s/o William and Nancy (McMullen) Harpole

*24: HARPOLE, William P. (1807-1862): m'd 1829 MCMULLEN, Nancy

HARRIS, John C.:

*20: HARRY, John Alva (1824-1874 ): m'd 1857 COOK, Chloe Amelia; single when emigrated; settled Coos Co; first assessor of Coos Co; buried at Empire Cemetery, Coos Co, OR

HART, Abner: m'd [] , Elizabeth

*14: HART, John: from LaPorte, IN; cutoff for CA

HARTLEY, B. Y. (1822- ):

HARTY, James: m'd MCKAY, Christina per McKay family researcher Walt Tucker

HATHAWAY, Sylvester (1820-1901): m'd 04 Jan 1844 KELLOGG, Charlotte  

HEDGES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HEDGES, David L. (1838- ): m'd 1860 FUDGE, Amanda Jane; s/o Israel and Mary (Jenkins) Hedges

HEDGES, Eli: s/o Israel and Mary (Jenkins) Hedges

HEDGES, Israel (1812-1894): settled Polk Co; m'd 1835 JENKINS, Mary Ann [Jane]

HEDGES, John E.: m'd [] , Catherine

HEDGES, Sarah C.: m'd 1857 THORPE, Theodore; d/o Israel and Mary (Jenkins) Hedges

HEFFERHAN, Mr.:

HEFFERNAN, Mrs.:

HELM FAMILY RESEARCHER:      Helm Family Genealogy

HELM, Lawrence Stern (1814-1889): m1. 1836 REA, Susannah (died on trail); m2. aft 1851 HALEY, Amanda; lived for many years in Macon County, IL prior to emigration; removed to Denton Co, TX where he was enumerated in 1880 census

HELM, George R. (1843-1876): m'd 1876 AVERY, Francis; s/o Lawrence and Susannah (Rea) Helm

HELM, Thomas H.B.: s/o Lawrence and Susanna (Rea) Helm

*3: HENDERSHOT, Mr.:

HENDERSON, Alvin H. (1840- ):

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

HENDRICKS, Samuel E. (1826- ): m'd 1852 MORRISON, Sarah C.

HENRICI, Edward: m'd [] , Anna

HICKLIN, Child #1: c/o Dr. John and Martha (Thorn) Hicklin

HICKLIN, Child #2: c/o Dr. John and Martha (Thorn) Hicklin

HICKLIN, Child #3: c/o Dr. John and Martha (Thorn) Hicklin

HICKLIN, Elizabeth:

HICKLIN, Henry H.: s/o Dr. John and Martha (Thorn) Hicklin

HICKLIN, John Lindsey Dr.:

HICKLIN, William C.: s/o Dr. John and Martha (Thorn) Hicklin

HICKS, Thomas (1833- ): s/o [] and Winneford (Kelly) Hicks; emigrated with mother and step-father (per Bill Duchie at DUWIONLANW@aol.com)

*23: HICKS, Urban E. (1828- ): m1. 1850 LUDOM, Eliza Jane; m2. 1855 HARTSOCK, India Ann; s/o [] and Winneford (Kelly) Hicks; emigrated with mother and step-father, Stephen Duley Ruddell; settled in Thurston Co, WA where he was appointed assessor in 1853; spent some time gold mining on the Fraser River in the 1860s

HIGGINS, Elijah "Eli" Armstrong (1821-Oct 1885): m'd 25 Apr 1847 DEAKINS, Elizabeth; settled Linn County, Oregon; reportedly died in Washington

*25: HIGGINS, Elizabeth (1810-1896): m'd LIVINGSTON, Thomas; d/o Wesley and Priscialla (Poteet) Higgins

HIGGINS, Selden (1808- ): m'd 1849 MCCLENCH, Susan

HILL, Margaret (17 Feb 1817-28 May 1899): m'd 16 Aug 1844 KANDLE, Henry

HILL, R. C. Rev.:

HINSDALE, Dorothy (16 May 1792-28 Jul 1876): m'd CHASE, Sisson Simonds; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

HIRSCH, Leopold (1824- ):

HITE, William: m'd [] , Agnes

*17: HODGSON, Elizabeth: m'd CLARK,Thomas; widow;husband died 24 April 1842 in IL; 1851 accompanied her children to Oregon; killed in Indian attack near Raft River [photos contributed by Stephen Clark]

 HOFFMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER
HOFFMAN, Fannie: m'd WATKINS, []

HOFFMAN, James (1842- ): m'd MILLIORN, Eugenia; s/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, Jane Elizabeth: m'd ROBERTS, George; d/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, Lucy A..: m'd GEORGE, Robert C.; d/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, Martha: m'd ESTERBROOK, []

HOFFMAN, Mary E.: m'd ALFRED, Francis Marion; d/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, Nancy M.: m'd WHITE, Edward Milton; d/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, Sarah E.: m'd BUNDY, Harlow; d/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, Thomas E.: m'd DUFFY, Margaret; s/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, William "Henry": m'd MILLIORN, Helen H.; s/o William and Martha (Drake) Hoffman

HOFFMAN, William: m'd DRAKE, Martha; died on the trail, reportedly in the Big Sandy River area of mountain fever; family went on to Oregon

HOGUE, Harvey A. (1832-1902): m'd 1861 ABRAMS, Sarah Lavina; s/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; settled in Portland, Multnomah county where he married and died; enumerated in 1880 census as a lumber dealer

HOLMES, Richard H.:

HON, Adam N. (1846-1870): never married; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth  (Nye) Hon; the 1870 Jackson Co, OR census shows Adam living with sister Druzilla and her husband.

HON, Druzilla S. (1850-1933): m'd 1868 NICHOLS, John M.; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth  (Nye) Hon; mother of three known children (Arthur, James H. and Dolly E.); buried Nichols Cemetery, Eagle Point, Jackson Co, OR

HON, George W. (1844-1881): m'd [ ], Rachel J.; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth  (Nye) Hon; father of three children (Estella M., Ora E. or Bertha S. and Fred A.).  The 1880 census shows the middle daughter as Ora E and the 1900 Census says Bertha S.;  George died in Portland, OR

HON, John Wesley (1848-1902): m1. 1870 COYLE, Olive E.; m2. [  ], Ida M.; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth  (Nye) Hon; father of one known child (Nora); died in Crook Co, OR and is buried at Juniper Haven Cemetery, Prineville, Crook Co, OR

HOUSTON, Mary: m'd NEWSOM, David

HOWE, William (1808-1896): m'd 1830 , Catharine

HOWLETT, L. V. Nelson:

HOWLETT, Mrs.:

HOWLETT, William J.:

HUBBARD, Mary "Polly" (08 Feb 1816-20 Dec 1885): m'd 25 Jul/Aug 1833 ROBNETT, Stephen; buried Chilcoot Cemetery, Chilcoot, Plumas County, California

HUDSON, Rebecca (28 Mar 1822-30 Aug 1895): m'd 24 Oct 1840 KANDLE, Jacob; settled in Clackamas County above Estacada at Spring Water with her husband and children; Rebecca is buried in Spring Water Cemetery, Clackamas County, Oregon

HUFFMAN: see HOFFMAN

HUGHET FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUGHET, Reuben (1774- ): m'd 1822 [] , Margaret

HUGHET, William Milton: m'd 1856 MCMILLEN, Sarah Ellen; s/o Reuben and Margaret Hughet

HUMPHREYS, Augustus L. (1796-1880): m'd 1845 , Sally Ann

HUMPHREYS, Elizabeth Jane ( -1851): m'd CHURCHILL, Willoughby; died at the Dalles during childbirth in 1851

*3: HUNSAKER, Joseph:

HUNTER, Martha A. ( -1896): m'd HUNTER, []

*3: HUNTLEY, Daniel (1851- ): s/o Joseph and Esther  (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, George Washington (1842- ): s/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Harrison (1844- ): s/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, John (1833- ): s/o Joseph and Rebecca (Douglas) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Louisa Jane (1840-1928): m1. 28 Sep 1856 LYLE, William Marshall; m2. TODD, (Unknown) m3. JARVIS, (Unknown); d/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Joseph David Huntley (1803-1883): m1. 1822 DOUGLAS, Rebecca Jane; m2. 1834 TYSER, Sara Ann; m3. 1839 WERMUTH, Esther Jane; Joseph was robbed and murdered on Snake River, ID at mining camp; s/o Joseph and Susannah Sweet (Peckham)

*3: HUNTLEY, Martha (1847- ): d/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Mary (1846- ):  d/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Minerva (1844- ): d/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Rebecca Henrietta (1838-1907):  m'd 23 Jun 1853 WALKER, William Wallace; d/o Joseph and Sara (Tyser) Huntley

*3: HUNTLEY, Sara Ann Huntley (1824- ); d/o Joseph and Rebecca (Douglas) Huntley (I am not sure if she came to OR in 1851 or not.  She would probably been under a married name)

*3: HUNTLEY, Susan Mahala (1848- ); d/o Joseph and Esther (Wermuth) Huntley

HURLBURT, Abel: m'd [] , Ann

HURLBURT, Riley A.:

HURST FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HURST, James Andrew (1831- ): m'd 1850 DAVIS, Malinda; emigrated via Barlow Road; settled Linn Co

HURT, Roxanna (1810-bef 1870): m1. 07 Sep 1826 GALL, Jacob; m2. 1858 KING, [unknown]; by 1860 census shown as Roxanna King; not found in later census records

HUTTON, Albert:

*15: HUTTON, Albert Gallatin (1809- ): m'd 1832 , Mary

HUTTON, Samuel:

HUTTON, Tilghman:

HYDE, Perry (1825- ): m'd TYLER, Eliza

HYMAN, Emanuel:

IRVINE, J. R. K.:

IRVINE, S. G.:

IRVINE, Samuel G.: m'd [] , Mary

IRWIN, David: m'd [] , Julia

*3: JACK, William A.:

*18/*21: JACKS, J. M.:

JACKSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JACKSON, Andrew: m'd ENGLE, Mary

*22: JACKSON, James:

JACKSON, Lycurgus:

*3: JACKSON, Mr.:

JACKSON, Zarilda (03 Mar 1828-24 Oct 1913): m'd 25 Mar 1849 MILLER, John Ferguson; d/o Hancock Lee Jackson, governor of Missouri; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

*3: JAMES, J. R.:

JAMISON, John C.: m'd DAVIS, Eunice

JOHNS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: JOHNS, John: m'd [ ], Amelia

JOHNS, John A.: m'd [] , Julia

JOHNS, Phillip: m'd DEFORD, Lavinia; Phillip Johns Memoirs

Neil JOHNSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JOHNSON, Albina Adeline (1836-1896): m'd JACK, [];

JOHNSON, Anderson Foster ( -1906):

JOHNSON, Jane Amanda ( -1861): m'd GLEASON, Amos Smith;

JOHNSON, Joel H. ( -1919):

JOHNSON, John Lawrence (1830-1916): m'd KENNEDY, Viletta;

JOHNSON, Lewis (1815- ): m'd 1836 YOUST, Rachel

JOHNSON, Lysanus B. ( -1894):

JOHNSON, Mary Ann (1829-1917): m'd 1854 HALL, Benjamin Franklin ;

JOHNSON, Neill Rev. (1802-1890): m1. 1828 ROELOFSON, Esther; m2. Woods, Mrs; settled Marion Co, OR; was a student at Cumberland College in 1826, licensed to preach in 1827; ordained in 1830; spent first 20 years of ministry in IL and IA; 1851 removed to OR with wife and 9 children where is settled in the French Prairie; was of Scottish descent; preacher for over 60 years

JOHNSON, Sarah J. ( -1918): m'd JACK, P. J.

JOHNSON, Sylvanus D. ( -1853):

JOHNSON, Tabitha Theresa "Resa":

JOHNSON, William: m'd [] , Christina

JONES, Daniel W.: m'd [] , Mary

JONES, George W.: m'd 09 Oct 1849 HALL , Sarah, born 03 Aug 1814 North Carolina, died 20 Dec 1871 Washington County, Oregon

JONES, Hattie:

JONES, Jane:

JONES, Laura: crippled; sister to Jane and Hattie

JONES, Mr.:

JONES, Nancy:

JONES, Samuel T.:

JONES, Samuel T.: m'd [] , Nancy

KANDLE  FAMILY RESEARCHER: 
KANDLE, Charles Miller (12 Nov 1844-Oct 1871): m'd 12 May 1870 PERKINS, Lucinda; s/o Jacob and Rebecca (Hudson) Kandle; burial location unknown; living in Clackamas County, Oregon in 1870 census but at the time of his death appears to have been living in Wasco County

"Charles Kandle, of Wasco county, was last week accidentally killed by a 'spring gun' which was set in the window of a neighbor's house.  He went to the house while the occupant was gone, and attempted to enter the house by the window for the purpose of getting some of his own property, when the gun went off, lodging its contents in his abdomen and killing him almsot instantly.  He was a respectable citizen and leaves ayoung wife to mourn the great calamity which robbed her of his companionship and protection." [The States Rights Democrat, Albany, Oregon, October 20, 1871 p.2]

KANDLE, Francis Marion (05 Sep 1841/2-15 Aug 1919): m'd 1873 MASON, Livonia Martha.; died in Portland, OR; s/o Jacob and Rebecca (Hudson) Kandle; buried Historic Columbian Cemetery, Pottland, Multnomah County, Oregon

KANDLE, Garrett L. (05 Apr 1845-26 Apr 1884): s/o Henry and Margaret (Hill) Kandle; buried Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington

KANDLE, George Barnes (01 Apr 1851-07 Dec 1926): m'd 21 Mar 1875 GUESS, Mary Cordelia; s/o Henry and Margaret (Hill) Kandle; buried Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington

KANDLE, George Columbia (20 Aug 1851-20 Nov 1875): s/o Jacob and Rebecca (Hudson) Kandle; buried Springwater Cemetery, Springwater, Clackamas County, Oregon

KANDLE, Henry (16 Aug 1815-12 Oct 1892): m'd 16 Aug 1844 HILL, Margaret; s/o Jacob and Susannah (Miller) Kandle Sr; buried Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington

KANDLE, Jacob (13 Oct 1817-15 May 1872/4): m'd 24 Oct 1840 HUDSON , Rebecca; settled in Clackamas County above Estacada at Spring Water; as of 2006 there was still a barn standing on the property that they had built.  s/o Jacob and Susannah (Miller) Kandle Sr.; acob is buried in Spring Water Cemetery, Springwater, Clackamas County, Oregon

KANDLE, Louisa Matilda (1848-1876): m'd BILLINGS, Russell New; d/o Jacob and Rebecca (Hudson) Kandle; buried Springwater Cemetery, Springwater, Clackamas County, Oregon

KANDLE, Mary Ann (07 Sep 1841-14 Nov 1868): m'd 30 Apr 1861 BILLINGS, William;  d/o Jacob and Rebecca (Hudson) Kandle; buried Masonic Memorial Park, Tumwater, Thurston County, Washington

KANDLE, Matthias Edward (07 May 1846-24 Nov 1939): m'd SCOTT, Emma Isabell; s/o Jacob and Rebecca (Hudson) Kandle; buried Spirngwater Cemetery, Springwater, Clackamas County, Oregon

KANDLE, Robert Henry (10 Mar 1847-11 Apr 1926); m'd10 Jun 1870  LONGMIRE, Tillatha; s/o Henry and Margaret (Hill) Kandle; buried Wenas Cemetery, Selah, Yakima County, Washington

*14: KEELY, L.W.: from LaPorte, IN; cutoff for CA

KEENEY, Elias Capt:

KEENEY, Jonathan: pioneer of 1846 who returned east and drove out a herd of cattle in 1851

KEENEY, Mrs.:

KEENEY, Nancy: (04 Feb 1817-12 Aug 1871): m'd 06 Dec 1840 COX, Jesse; settled Lane County, Oregon; buried Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon

KEENEY, Silas (1831- ): m'd Sep 1855 PEARL, Malinda; emigrated in 1851 and apparently went to CA first, coming to Oregon in 1853

KELLEY, Patrick:

KELLOGG, Charlotte (1820-1867): m'd 04 Jan 1844 HATHAWAY, Sylvester; d/o Orrin and Margaret (Miller) Kellogg; buried Greenwood Hills Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

KELLY, John K.:

*23: KELLY, Winneford B. (1809-1856): m1. c1827 HICKS, []; m2. c1837 GROGAN, []; m3. c 1846 RUDDELL, Stephen Dudley (per Bill Duchie at DUWIONLANW@aol.com)

KENDALL, Benjamin F. ( -1896):

KENNEDY, Michael: m'd [] , Ellen

*3: KENNEY, Silas:

KENT, Julia Ann Caroline (1830-1884): m'd DUCKWORTH, Isaac Newton, born 20 Aug 1830 MO and died 23 Dec 1884 Richardson, Lane Co, OR; buried Sailor Cemetery, Noti, Lane Co, OR; mother of 5 children (Mary Elizabeth, Lucinda Missouri, Joseph Lane, Thomas Jefferson and Lydia F.)

KERN, William (1813-1895 ): m'd SHULL, Mary Ann

KEYT, Ebenezer Conway (1827-1904 ): m'd 1853 KNUPP, Susan; m'd 1859/1863 DALY, Mrs. Amanda

KING, Alexander:

KING, Almyra Amanda (29 Jun 1826-03 Jul 1892): m'd 02 Feb 1851 DENNEY, Aaron Hicklin; d/o James and Sarah (Kirby) King; buried Bethel Cemetery, Bethel, Polk County, Oregon

KING, Francis: m'd [] , Sarah

KINNEY, Jonathan:

KINNEY, Silas:

KIRKLAND, John R.:

LABRUNE, Frank:

LACY, Lewis (1839- ):

LADD, William S. (1826-1893): m'd 1854 ELLIOTT, Caroline A.

LAME, Joseph H. (1824- ): m'd 1848 BROWN , Mary

LATIMER, Sarah (13 May 1805-10 Feb 1888): m1. 1822 BOREN, Richard Freeman; m2. 1848 DENNY, John; buried Lakeview Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington

LAUGHLIN, Robert R.:

LAVERY, Robert A.: m'd [] , Delilah

LAVERY, William: m'd [] , Lodocki

LEASURE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEASURE, George: m'd CRAWFORD, Elizabeth

LEASURE, John: m'd ZINN, Mary Ann

LEEPER, Louisa "Lucy": m'd COLE, James C.

LEHNUA, C. (1816- ):

LEIB, Jane (1814- ): m'd RIGGS, ZADOC

LEMMONS, Sarah Elizabeth (1830-1912): m'd 1846 CHURCHILL, William

*14: LEMON, W.: from LaPorte, IN; cutoff for CA

LENEVE, Samuel: m'd [] , Elizabeth

LEONARD, Abel Brower (1841-1926): never married; s/o Benjamin and Jane (Soaps) Leonard; born 23 Jan 1841 Caldwell Co, MO; resided on family farm in Waldo Hills, Marion Co, OR most of his life; died 05 Nov 1926 at the Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Marion Co, OR; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

LEONARD, Benjamin Austin (1819-1905): m'd Apr 1839 SOAPS, Jane; s/o Abel and Abi Leonard; born 15 Nov 1891 Bradford Co, PA and died 17 Nov 1905 Marion Co, OR; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; settled Waldo Hills, Marion Co, OR; father of 8 children (Abel Brower, Horace, Thomas Benton, Mary Abigail, Florinda Helen, Lucinda Ellen, Ella Samantha and Abi Jeanette)

LEONARD, Mary Abigail (1849-1905): m'd 01 Jul 1866 REED, Hiram Smith; d/o Benjamin and Jane (Soaps) Leonard; born 26 Jun 1849 Caldwell Co, MO and died 20 Jun 1905 Salem, Marion Co, OR; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; mother of (John, Roy and Guy)

LEONARD, Thomas Benton (1845-1928): m'd 25 Nov 1880 MASCHER, Sarah E.; s/o Benjamin and Jane (Soaps) Leonard; born 22 Mar 1845 Caldwell Co, MO and died Jan 1928 Spokane, Spokane Co, WA; father of Wallace, Orva and Lena)

LEWIS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEWIS, C. H. (1824- ):

LEWIS, Cicero Hunt (1826-1897):

LEWIS, D. C.:

LEWIS, Daniel P. (1807-1887): m'd 1822 SPURLOCK, Margaret

LEWIS, Jesse H. (1830- ):

LEWIS, Martin:

LEWIS, Miles (1837-1917): m'd 1882 DILLON, Nancy Jane

*3: LEWIS, William:

LIPSCOMB, Barnett (1818- ): m'd 1841 , Louisa

LIPSCOMB, Louisa ( -1863): m'd 1841 LIPSCOMB, Barnett

LITTLE, Mary: m'd MILLER, []

LITTLE, Mr.:

*24: LIVERMORE, Ann (1841- ): died prior to emigration; d/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore

*24: LIVERMORE, Harriet (1829- ): m'd 1852 SHREVE, Asa; d/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore

*24: LIVERMORE, Jonas (1797-1859): m'd 1827 WILLS , Sarah; s/o Jonas Livermore; oldest daughter, Maria (Livermore) Waller, had emigrated with her husband to OR in 1849 and the family emigrated to join them

*24: LIVERMORE, Jonas (1833- ): s/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore; may have died prior to emigration

*24: LIVERMORE, Leonard Ross (1842- ): m1. ALFREY, Serena Jane; m2. ZUMWALT, Mary; s/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore

*24: LIVERMORE, Lot (1835- ) m1. 1869 BROWN, Clara (divorced c1881); m2. 1885 Switzler, (Ahern) Ellen Mrs. : 1862 went to gold mines of ID; settled at Portland for a time and in 1866 moved to Umatilla county and opened a general merchandise store; lived in Pendleton for many years where he served many years in an official capacity; was first mayor of Pendleton; sold singer sewing machines from his merchandise wagon  in 1877, was postmaster of Pendleton

*24: LIVERMORE, Mary Ann (1844- ): m'd 1866 HARPOLE, Marion DeKalb; d/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore

*24: LIVERMORE, Naomi (1831- ) m'd 1852 PEARCE, Thomas; d/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore

*24: LIVERMORE, Sarah Ellen (1847- ): unmarried; d/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore; may have died prior to emigration

*24: LIVERMORE, William Andrew (1838- ): m'd Beatly (BOGLE) Catherine Mrs.; s/o Jonas and Sarah (Wills) Livermore

LIVINGSTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*25: LIVINGSTON, Elisha (1842-1885): m'd 1867 NEWMAN, Rachel E.; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; Elisha was born 22 April 1842.  He, died 20 April 1885.  He was also a volunteer soldier during the Rogue River Indian War; buried French Settlement Cemetery, Melrose, Douglas Co, OR

*25: LIVINGSTON, Elijah (1840-1881): m'd 1871 BRIGGS, Mary; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; Elijah was born 20 May 1840.  He died  22 September 1881  He was a Douglas County sheriff in 1864 and in 1874-76; buried in Livingston Cemetery at Dixon, OR (aka Dixon Cemetery).

*25: LIVINGSTON, Jasper Dapp (1844- ): m'd 1866 BRADEN, Alice; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; Jasper was born 1844 in M0.

*25: LIVINGSTON, John (1838-1923): m'd 1866 MATHEWS, Telthy Jane;  s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; John was born 8 March 1838 in MO, he served in the Oregon Volunteer Milita during the Rogue River IndianWars, and was at the Battle of Hungry Hill; erved in Rogue River Indian War;  operated a pack string hauling mining supplies to the miners of Eastern OR, ID and MT out of Scottsburg, OR; died of self-inflicted wound; buried French Settlement Cemetery, Melrose, Douglas Co, OR

*25: LIVINGSTON, Martha (1848-1876): m'd 1869 BUELL, Alonso Leonard; d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; buried in Livingston Cemetery, Dixon, OR (aka Dixon Cemetery)

*25: LIVINGSTON, Mary Priscilla (1844-1862): m'd c1860 NEEVES, Mathew; d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; Mary was born 1846.  She died on 29 August 1862 after having a baby; buried in Livingston Cemetery, Dixon, OR (aka Dixon Cemetery)

*25: LIVINGSTON, Newton (1850-1925): m'd 1874; NEWMAN, Martha E.; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; Newton was born 1850 in MO.  He died in 1925.  He was elected sheriff of Grant County in 1896 and served two terms.

*25: LIVINGSTON, Samuel (1832-1861):  s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Higgins) Livingston; Samuel was born 21 August 1832 in Mo. He died 21 February 1861.

*25: LIVINGSTON, Thomas (1807-1885): m'd 1832 HIGGINS, Elizabeth Poteet; buried French Settlement Cemetery, Melrose, Douglas Co, OR

LOCKHART, Freeman Goodwin: m'd 1848 SELOVER, Esther Mehitable

LOCKWOOD, B. S.:

LONG, Wair: m'd [] , Susan

LOVELAND, Emeline (1822-1903): m'd 1839 BOWMAN, Joshua

LOW, John M.:

LOWNSDALE, James P. O.:

LUPER, George:

LYMONS, Nathan D.: m'd [] , Mahala

LYNCH, Aaron: m'd [] , Melinda

LYNCH, David A.:

LYNCH, John (1827- ): m'd 1848 , Eliza N.

LYNCH, John: m'd [] , Eliza

MACKEY, Mary Jane (1815-1897): m'd 28 Sep 1838 RICHARDSON, Enoch Numbers; born 10 Sep 1815 KY and died 18 Jan 1897 Polk Co, OR; mother of 8 children (John Quincy Adams, Julian, Mary Jane, James William, Sarah Elizabeth, Alexander V.M., Martha Emmeline and Isaac C.)

*8: MACKEY, William:

MAHON, Joseph W.:

MALONE, Francis:

MANIS, Mrs. ( -1896): m'd MANIS, []

MARKHAM, Jeptha:

MARKHAM, Seth:

MARQUAM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MARQUAM, Philip Augustus "Gus"(1823- ):  m'd 1853 KERN, Emma; s/o Philip Winchester and Charlotte Mercer (Poole) Marquam; originally emigrant of 1849 to CA gold fields; came to OR in 1851 to visit brother, Alfred; closed his law practice in CA and removed to OR in 185; settled in Portland where he practiced law, was elected county judge and served in the State Legislature; father of 11 children

MARSH, Susan (1829-1857): m'd 1850 CRANSTON, Warren

MARTIN, John S. (1830- ): m'd 1851 , Maria A.

MARTIN, John S.: m'd [] , Maria

MARTIN, Sarah ( -1853): m'd ALEXANDER, Robert Dr.

MARVIN, Albert M. (1840- ): m'd 1873 COFFIN, Lucinda

MASON, Jane: m'd MCCULLY, John Wilmer

MATHENY, William: m'd [] , Elizabeth

MATLOCK, William:

MATTE, Lewis - ): m'd , Therese

MATOON, Charles H. (1826- ): m1. SMITH, Mary N.; m2. 1884 FOLSOM, Ellen E.

MCALPIN, Catherine Eliza (28 Jan 1846-24 Jan 1907): m'd 08 Jun 1865 WOLFORD, John M.; d/o Robert and Jane (Thomas) McAlpin

MCALPIN, David (Oct 1839-03 Jan 1939): m'd 31 Oct 1860 STRANG, Ellen; s/o Robert and Jane (Thomas) McAlpin; buried Prosser Cemetery, Prosser, Benton County, Washington

MCALPIN, Emily Ellen (23 Mar 1844-14 Apr 1914): m'd 01 Nov 1860 SMITH, Hiram J.; d/o Robert and Jane (Thomas) McAlpin; buried City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

MCALPIN, Martha Adaline (22 Mar 1850-08 Jun 1909): m'd 04 Oct 1876 Thompson, Alex; d/o Robert and Jane (Thomas) McAlpin; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

MCALPIN, Mary Jane (05 Sep 1841-09 Mar 1891): m'd 02 Apr 1857 SMALL, Matthew; d/o Robert and Jane (Thomas) McAlpin; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon

MCALPIN, Narvesta Ann (22 Jan 1848-28 Jun 1926): m'd 03 Feb 1867 STEEN, William M.; d/o Robert and Jane (Thomas) McAlpin

MCALPIN, Robert (28 Feb 1817-06 Feb 1890): m1. 23 Sep 1837 THOMAS, Jane [divorced 1873]; m2. 1882 MYERS, Sarah; s/o Henry and Elizabeth (Farnsworth) McAlpin; buried Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska

*22: MCCAIN, Agnes ( -1861): m'd 1853 STOUFFER, Jonathan

*22: MCCAIN, Clarissa: m'd FOSTER, []

*22: MCCAIN, Ellen: m'd GRAVES, []

*22: MCCAIN, James Jr. (1844- ): m'd SULLIVAN, Electa C.

*22: MCCAIN, James Sr. (1799-1874): m'd 1823 EARNEST, Sarah Ann

*22: MCCAIN, John:

*22: MCCAIN, Maria: m'd MARTIN, []

*22: MCCAIN, Sarah A.: m'd OSBORNE, []

*22: MCCAIN, William:

*22: MCCAIN, William S.: m'd [] , Phila

MCCARTNEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCARTNEY, Henry A.: m'd FINNEY, Margaret

MCCARTNEY, John M.:

MCCARTNEY, James Finney:

MCCARTNEY, John F.:

Denny MCCLURE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*4: MCCLURE, Charles M. ( -1862):  no known relationship to the Denny McClure family

*4: MCCLURE, Denny H. (1815-1893): m'd 1841 Parrish, Permina Colget; s/o Denny and Margaret (Giles) McClure; Denny McClure

*4: MCCLURE, Edward Evan (1842-1902): s/o Denny and Permina McClure

*4: MCCLURE, Jesse William (1848-1897): s/o Denny and Permina McClure

*4: MCCLURE, Maria Louise (1846-1877): d/o Denny and Permina McClure  

*4: MCCLURE, Serepta Jane (1851-1926): d/o Denny and Permina McClure

MCCOMBS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCOMBS, Lambert: m'd [] , Hannah; cut off for CA, ending up in Napa, CA; took new Southern route around Lake Taho and over what is now Kit Carson Pass

MCCORKLE, William Milton:

MCCORMACK, John R.:

MCCORMICK, Andrew:

MCCULLOUGH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCULLOUGH, Commmodore Perry (1818-1890) : m'd 1842 WRIGHT, Sarah; s/o Alexander and Martha (Martin) McCullough; C.P. settled in Yamhill county where he is found in the 1860 and 1870 census records; by 1880 he is residing at Dufur, Five-Mile Pct in Wasco county.  He died at Dufur  04 Jun 1890.  He was the father of  nine children (Martha, Robert, John, Mary, Louisa, Eva, F. Alice. A. Cora and M. Susan.)  Perry is buried at the Star #23 Rebekah Community Cemetery (aka IOOF) at Dufur, Wasco Co, OR

MCCULLOUGH, Martha J.(1847-1908): m'd 1864 GAUNT, Dixon B.; d/o Perry and Sarah (Wright) McCullough; Martha was born Nov 1847 in Missouri, and died 02 Nov 1908 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon. She married Dixon B. Gaunt 1864, . He was born Jul 1840 in Missouri, and died Abt. 1906 in Yamhill Co., Oregon.  Martha was the mother of 13 children (Nellie, c1864; Dixon H, c1869; Hiram c1870, Minnie, c1872; Elvia c1874; Maude, c1877; Perry/Percy 1879; Howard c1881; Bessie 1883; Jessie 1885; Catharine J. 1886; Bernice I. 1887)

MCCULLOUGH, Robert (1850-1892): m'd 1874 BALL, Lydia Jane; s/o Perry and Sarah (Wright) McCullough; Robert was the father of four children (Bertie, c1875; Benjamin Perry, 1877; Maud C. 1879-1882; Lola B. 1883); Robert settled in Yamhill County where he is buried with his wife in the Pike Cemetery, Yamhill, Yamhill Co, OR

MCCULLY, Dr.:

MCCULLY, John Wilmer: m'd MASON, Jane

MCCULLY, Mrs.: m'd MCCULLY, Dr.

MCCUMBER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCUMBER, James Harvey (1826- ): m'd SHAW, Mary Ann; d/o John W. and Nancy (Harris) Shaw

MCDONOUGH, Francis A.:

MCFADDEN, John (1851-1851):

*21: MCFADDEN, William: m'd POWELL, Theresa

MCGUIRE, Sarah (1787- ): m'd STOTT, Stephen

MCKAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCKAY, Christina: m'd HARTY, James; d/o Samuel McKay, an emigrant of 1852

MCKAY, James: m'd DAVIES, Rachel; s/o Samuel McKay, an emigrant of 1852

MCKINLEY, Mr.:

MCKUNE, Robert (c1822- ): m'd 1854 BUELL, Sarah Ann; Robert McKune was half-brother of William, who crossed in 1846 or 1847.  Robert m. Sarah Ann Buell, d. of Elias and Sarah (Hammond) Buell, pioneers of 1847.  Robert worked in Elias' mill as a mechanic, but after losing a leg, he ran a livery stable in Sheridan, Yamhill Co., and was later elected marshal of Sherican. He died after the 1900 census.  Two daughters of John Carey, pioneer of 1847, were connected to this family; William McKune m. Sarah Ann Carey and Cyrus Buell, brother of Sarah Ann (Buell) McKune, married Amanda Ellen Carey.

MCLEOD, Daniel:

MCMICKEN, Nancy: m'd 1861 ROBERTSON, R.M.:

MCMURRY, Emma: m'd ARCHAMBEAU, []

MCMURRY, Fielden ( -1860): m'd RIGGS, Harriet

MCMURRY, James Scott (1848- ): m'd 1873 MURPHY, Emma

MCMURRY, Louisa: m'd HUBBARD, []

MCMURRY, Mary:

MCMURRY, Milton:

MCMURRY, Zadoc:

MCQUEEN, George H.:

MEAD, Miner M. (1822- ): m'd 1849 GREENSTREET, Minerva

MEAD, James E. (1851- ):

MELOY, Nathan:

MILLARD, Amelia: m'd MILLARD, []

MILLARD, Helen (1842- ): m'd ELKINS, James

MILLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MILLER, Aaron W. (1838-aft 1880): s/o Silas and Susan Miller; was in Yakima Indian War; spent most of his life in Idaho near Ft. Lapwai

MILLER, Abraham Jr. (1828-1886): m'd 1861 DAGLEY, Elizabeth M.

MILLER, Abraham Sr.: m'd [] , Polly

MILLER, Alexius N. (1824- ): m'd 1852 HUTCHINSON, Sarah Jane

MILLER, Almanzon Monroe (20 Jun 1839-16 Oct 1912): m'd 30 Jan 1876 GILLIAM, Mary Ellen Augusta; s/o Silas and Susan Miller; buried Falls City Lower Cemetery, Falls City, Polk County, Oregon

MILLER, C. M. (1818- ): m1. 1834  ; m2. 1875 CUMMENS, Almira

MILLER, Catherine Jane (1843-14 Sep 1889): m'd 05 Mar 1857 WHITLEY, Samuel Phares; d/o Silas and Susan Miller; settled Polk Co; moved to Umatilla; died near Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Catherine's husband died in 1901/4 in Arizona; buried Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

MILLER, Charles: m'd [] , Jane

MILLER, David:

MILLER, Elizabeth Ann (14 Jan 1834-14 Jan 1881): m'd 18 Sep 1851 ORCHARD, Pleasant; d/o Silas and Susan Miller; buried Dallas Cemetery, Dallas, Polk County, Oregon

MILLER, Ellen:

MILLER, Ferguson: m'd JACKSON, Zarilda

MILLER, Frances C.:

MILLER, George Washington (1830- ): m'd 1858 PING, Sarah E.; crossed plains with parents to Linn Co, OR; 1852 went to Jacksonville mines

MILLER, Isaac: m'd [] , Mary

MILLER, Isaac Benton (27 Nov 1843-10 Jan 1917): s/o Silas and Susan Miller; buried Pomeroy City Cemetery, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington

MILLER, Isaac Newton (1790-1870): m'd BEARD, Martha

MILLER, Jacob Jr.:

MILLER, James Westley (14 May 1846-1917): m1. 17 Sep 1872 BEUSCH, Katherine; s/o Silas and Susan Miller

MILLER, John Jr.:

MILLER, John Ferguson (1825-19 Feb 1901): m'd 25 Mar 1849 JACKSON, Zerelda; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

MILLER, John Riley (10 Mar 1841-02 Nov 1902): m'd 26 Jan 1862 HESS, Virginia Rowley; s/o Silas and Susan Miller; settled Polk Co; later moved to Yamhill Co and to Umatilla Co

MILLER, John Sr. (1792- ): m'd 1812 SMITH, Sarah

MILLER, John Stover (1831-1911): m'd 1853 ROGERS, Melvina

MILLER, Joseph:

MILLER, Lewis (26-Dec 1818-12 Oct 1875): m'd 11 Sep 1836 JACKSON, Rachel Esta [Kari Kandoll, Wahkiakum County Historical Society <wahkiakumhistory@gmail.com>]

MILLER, Martha:

MILLER, Martha Emeline (05 Oct 1845-12 May 1891): m'd 18 Oct 1868 GUTHRIE, David Monroe; d/o Silas and Susan Miller; mother of 10 children; buried Dallas Cemetery, Dallas, Polk County, Oregon

MILLER, Mary Ann:

MILLER, Mary Elizabeth:

MILLER, Mary Jane:

MILLER, Nicholas (1815- ): m'd 1849 COON, Mary Jane

MILLER, Rachel (10 Sep 1831-18 Aug 1904): m'd 12 Mar 1857 NORTHRUP, Perrin Glover; settled with husband in Washington Co; buried in the Union Point Cemetery, Banks, OR with other family members; twin of Jacob L. Miller

MILLER, Sarah (1850-26 Oct 1890): m'd KNIGHT, Napoleon Bonaparte; d/o John and Zarilda (Jackson) Miller; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

MILLER, Silas (1807-06 Aug 1861): m'd 16 Jan 1829 ANDERSON, Susan T.; s/o Aaron and Rebecca (Finley) Miller; emigrated to Oregon in Miller-Taylor train from Cass Co, crossing the Illinois River at Meredosia with twelve wagons; accompanied by Capt. John Pierce Sutton and his grown sons; note: daughters Rebecca Jane (who m'd John W. Evans) and Lucinda (who m'd Craven Jackson) did not accompany emigration of 1851; was buried under oak tree in the front yard of his DLC

MILLER, Susan ( -1902): m1. 1829 MILLER, Silas; m2. ROWELL, James; m3. SUTTON, John Pierce; buried Sams Valley, Jackson Co, OR

MILLER, William C. (1827-1892): originally emigrant of 1847

MILLS, Thomas S.:

MINOR, John:

MOGNETT, Lydia A.:

MONROE, Richard James ( -1896):

MONTGOMERY, William G.:

MOODY, Zenas Ferry (27 May 1832-14 Mar 1917): m'd 19 Nov 1853 Stephenson, Mary Jane; s/o Thomas Hovey and Hannah Montague (Ferry) Moody; buried City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon;

MOORE, Charles E. (1822- ): m'd 1853 [], Jane M.

MOORE, J. W.:

MOORE, John Albert:

MOORE, John H.: m'd PHELON, Margaret

MOORE, John W.:

MOORE, Patrick:

MOORE, Patrick Mrs.:

MORGAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MORGAN, Drusilla: m'd PRICE, James; sister of Nathan

MORGAN, Frances:

MORGAN, John:

MORGAN, Nathan:

MORRIS, Charles E.:

MORRIS, Eliam S. (1811- ): m'd 1840 GOOD, Susannah

MORRIS, Harriet S.: m'd CHATFIELD, Fred

MORRIS, James: m'd [] , Lydia

MORRIS, Joann:

MORRIS, John Calvin:

MORRIS, Jordan D.:

MORRIS, Joseph H.: m'd [] , Almetia

MORRIS, Josephine Perlina (30 Jun 1839-30 May 1911): m'd 01 Nov 1857 MARSHALL, Arthur G.; buried Santiam Central Cemetery, Linn County, Oregon; d/o Preston Morris

MORRIS, Justin G.:

MORRIS, Martin Luther:

MORRIS, Morris Good:

MORRIS, Preston:

MORRIS, Sarah P.: m'd PHILLIPS, J. D.

MORRIS, William R.:

MORRISON, Amanda Caroline (1835-1884): m'd 20 Jun 1852 JENKINS, Nimrod; d/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison; burial details unknown

MORRISON, Elizabeth Hubbard (01 Aug 1824-04 Oct 1878): m1. 14 Apr 1844 SEWELL, David T. (1814-1857); m2. 30 Sep 1858 Luellen, Isaac; d/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison

MORRISON, Johanna D. (1842 -11 Sep 1868): m'd 28 Apr 1859 ROBINSON,Joseph T; d/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison

MORRISON, Luther Curtis (20 Dec 1829 -20 Dec 1898): m'd 22 Mar 1848 FELLOWS, Lucy Laurette; s/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison; buried Highland Cemetery, Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming

MORRISON, Mary Emeline (1839-Apr 1863): m'd 25 Nov 1858 REED, Joseph Boyd; d/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison; possibly buried Myers Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon

MORRISON, Matthew Hamlin (1847-bef 1900): s/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison; living in Spokane County, Washington in 18840 census and Garfield County, Washington per 1883 census

MORRISON, Mathew (03 Mar 1802- 06 Jan 1873): m'd 11 Dec 1822 HAMLIN, Johanna Hubbard; s/o James Matthew and Abigail (Murdock) Morrison; died at Silverton, Marion County, Oregon; burial location unknown

MORRISON, Sarah Cordelia (1833-06 Jan 1861): m'd 01 Feb 1851 HENDRICKS, Samuel E;.d/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison; possible burial location Myers Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon

MORRISON, Virginia Lavisa (16 Nov 1827-10 Jul 1904): m'd 30 Nov 1851 COX, Joseph Omar; d/o Matthew and Joanna (Hamlin) Morrison; buried Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho

MORRISS, Fredrick M.:

MOUNT, Henry Duckwall: m'd STEVENS, Rebecca L.: s/o Hezekiah and Nancy (Duckwall) Mount.  Henry fought in the Battle of Evans Creek in 1853.  After marrying, he and Rebecca lived in Linn City (now West Linn, OR) for three years, finally settling in Silverton, OR, where Henry raised hops.  See entry for STEVENS, Rebecca in the list of 1852 emigrants for more information.  [photo taken 1908 for Golden Wedding Anniversary]


MOUNTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:

MOUNTS, Daniel Morgan (1832 - 1904) - m'd 1867 MCLEOD, Catherine. s/o Thomas Jefferson & Mary Ann Mounts. Donation Claim on Dickenson Point, Puget Sound. Later, farmed on lower Nisqually River. 

 

MULLIGAN, Robert (1830- ): m'd WARD, Mary J.

MUMPER, M. L.:

MURPHY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MURPHY, Daniel: m'd DILLON, Catherine; arrived via the Panama Canal

MURPHY, Daniel Raphael: s/o Daniel and Catherine (Dillon) Murphy; arrived via the Panama Canal

MURPHY, John Miller (1839- ): m'd 1862 McGUIRE, Liza J.

MURPHY, Mathew O'Connell: s/o Daniel and Catherine (Dillon) Murphy; arrived via the Panama Canal

MURPHY, Peter Kendrick: s/o Daniel and Catherine (Dillon) Murphy; arrived via the Panama Canal

NEALY, Charles R.:

NEEDHAM, Jonathan: m'd [] , Sarah

NEEDHAM, Martha (1808-1895): m'd BLAND, Moses

NELSON, George H.: m'd [] , Thetus

NELSON, Jesse P. (1831- ):

NEWELL, George P.:

NEWSOM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
NEWSOM, David (1805-1882): m'd 1827 HOUSTON, Mary "Polly"; aided Clark party after they were attacked by indians

NEWSOM, Margaret Jane: 1854 VEAZY, Elisha

NEWSOM, Mary E. (1836-1875): m'd GREENWOOD, John W.; d/o David and Mary "Polly" (Houston) Newsom

NEWTON, Nathan:

NICHOLS, Matthew (1821- ): m'd TREGOE, Leah

*4 NICKERSON, Hugh (03 Oct 1818-22 Aug 1896): m'd PARRISH, Serepta; m2. 1861 DEVINE, Susan Jane; m3. 1883 THOMPSON, Mrs. Elizabeth Melvina (DONAGHE); s/o Hugh and Rebecca (Blanchard) Nickerson; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn County, Oregon

*4: NICKERSON, Lurana (1816-19 May 1877): m'd 27 Mar 1842 BELL, John Wilmet; d/o Hugh and Rebecca (Blanchard) Nickerson; buried Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon

*4: NICKERSON, Mahala (22 Aug 1808-04 Dec 1890): m'd 20 Dec 1826 GEORGE, Presley; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; d/o Hugh and Rebecca (Blanchard) Nickerson

NOLAND, Joshua (1831- ):

NORTHCUT, E. L.:  settled Jackson County, involved in mining in that area.  See Ben Truwe's Southern Oregon History site on Jackson County mining and E. L. Northcut's contributions

*18: NORTHRUP, Alice: d/o [] and Elizabeth (Shaw) Northrup

*18: NORTHRUP, Anice: d/o [] and Elizabeth (Shaw) Northrup

NOWLIN, Michael (1815- ): m'd 1839 [], Nancy

NOWLIN, Nancy: m'd 1839 NOWLIN, Michael

NYE, Adam P.(1828-1890): m'd 09 Apr 1848 VULGEMORE, Unity M.; s/o Jacob and Margaret (Peters) Nye

NYE, Agnes (1833- ): m'd THOMPSON, Robert Mitchell

NYE, Elizabeth Catherine (1821-1901): m1. 1840 HON, Samuel; m2. 1852 THOMPSON, Amos Fisk; d/o Jacob and Margaret (Peters) Nye; first husband took ill and died 23 Nov 1850 in Louisa Co, IA just before family was to start for OR; in 1851 Elizabeth and four young children joined her brother and family and started for OR; mother of 4 children by first marriage(George W., Adam N., John Wesley, Druzilla S.) and seven children by second her marriage (Susannah C., Margaret Jane, William Riley, Minta Ellen, Victoria M., Henry Preston and Franklin)

NYE, Elizabeth Druzilla (1851-1915): d/o Adam and Unity (Vulgemore) Nye; probably born shortly after arrival in October

NYE, Harriet A. (1816- ): m'd 31 Dec 1833 VANDERVORT, Charles H.; d/o Jacob and Margaret (Peters) Nye

NYE, Henry Gilmore (1849- ): s/o Adam and Unity (Vulgemore) Nye

NYE, Silvanus M. (1808- ):

OAKLY, S. J. (1810- ):

ODELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ODELL, Charlotte - ): m'd ALDERMAN, A. L.

ODELL, George Washington (1838-1921): m'd 1870 BIDDLE, Mary; s/o John and Sarah (Holman) Odell; 1865 began the practice of medicine after serveral years of study

ODELL, James A. ( -1872):

ODELL, John (1799-1869): m'd HOLMAN, Sarah; farmer; settled in Yamhill Co; was Captain of the train part of the way; donated land for the Odell Cemetery;

ODELL, John Albert:

ODELL, Joseph:

ODELL, Martha A.: m'd COOVERT, Abram

ODELL, Mary Elizabeth (1836-1895): m1. ROCKHILL, Morgan L; m2. FARNSWORTH, James Haven; d/o John and Sarah (Holman) Odell;

ODELL, Russell B.: m'd [] , Leanah

ODELL, Sarah: m'd MCTEER, []

ODELL, William Holman (1830-1922): m'd MCLENCH, Elizabeth; s/o John and Sarah (Holman) Odell; settled in Yamhill Co

OGLE, Robert L.: m'd [] , Olive

OGLE, Mrs. Southern Oregon History by Ben Truwe

OLDS, George ( -1862):

OLDS, George W. (1830- ): m'd 1859 SHUCK, Nancy Ellen

OLDS, Green:

OLD, James H. (1830- ): m'd 1852 PARKER, Nancy A.

OLDS, Martin (1799-1877): m'd PARKER, Temperance

OLDS, Martin: brother of Ruel Reed Olds, an emigrant of 1844

OLDS, Nancy H.: m'd JACOB, []

OLDS, Sarah: m'd COOK, []

OLNEY, Cyrus (1815- ): m1. ; m2. ; s/o William and Charlotte (Tanner) Olney; lawyer, judge in IA; brother of Nathan Olney, a pioneer of 1843; obtained admission to the bar in OR on Dec 5, 1851; a trustee of Willamette University in 1853; April 8, 1853 appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Courty of Oregon Territory and presided over Clatsop, Clackamas, Columbia, and Washington Counties; moved to Clatsop County in 1857; member of legislature in 1866 and 1870; father of seven children; died at Astoria December 1870 [per Nathan Olney family researcher, Teresa at Kapoonis59@aol.com]

OLNEY, Sarah E.: m'd 1849 OLNEY, Cyrus

ORCHARD, Pleasant (1831- ): m'd 1851 MILLER, Elizabeth Ann

OWEN, Delilah (1781-1851: m1. 1801 STRINGER, William Reuben (d.1815); m2. c1817 COYLE II, Patrick (1758-1819); d/o William Robey and Lucy (Brown) Owen; started from Peoria Co, Il with daughter Elizabeth (Stringer) Coyle and her five children and son James with his wife, Maria, and their five children; Delilah died in Malheur Co, OR 3 1/2 miles from Birch Creek near the Snake River, close to the Oregon Road

OWEN, William F.:

PALMER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PALMER, Cornelius J. (c1824- ): s/o Norman Palmer Sr.

PALMER, Gurdon Hubbard (c1833- ): s/o Norman Palmer Sr.

PALMER, Helen (c1835- ): d/o Norman Palmer Sr.

PALMER, Luna M. (c1829- ): m'd BISHOP, Bolivar; d/o Norman Palmer Sr.

PALMER, Norman Jr. (c1836- ): s/o Norman Palmer Sr.

PALMER, Norman Sr. (c1793- ): traveled in Zieber, Noland, Perkins, Sterns, Kern train; elected Capt. of train until disention swept him out of that post

PALMER, P. D. (1823- ):

PARKER, Temperance (1809-1889): m'd OLDS, Martin

PARRISH, M. Mrs.:

*4: PARRISH, Permina: m'd 1841 McCLURE, Denny Hogue; d/o Edward E. and Elizabeth (Bussey) Parrish; parent emigrated in 1844

PARRISH, William W.:

*19: PARTLOW, Lucinda:

*19: PARTLOW, R. S. Dr.:

*19: PARTLOW, William Ballinger (c1828- ): m'd 1857 CHASE, Frances Lucinda

*16: PATTERSON, Capt.: company massacred by Snake Indians

PATTON, Thomas McFadden (19 Mar 1829-29 Nov 1892): m'd 03 Aug 1854 COOKE, Francis Mary "Fannie"; s/o David and Margaret Patton; granddaughter, buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon; great granddaughter Luella (Patton) Charlton lived to be 109

PAYNE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*12: PAYNE, George: s/o Martin and Mary (Price) Payne

PAYNE, John: m'd EARRL, Hannah; never came to OR

*12: PAYNE, Martin (1817-1900): m'd 1839 PRICE, Mary; s/o John and Hannah (Earls) Payne; settled in Linn Co; died Albany, Linn Co, OR

*12: PAYNE, Morgan E.: s/o Martin and Mary (Price) Payne

*12: PAYNE, Nimrod Prosper: s/o Martin and Mary (Price) Payne

PAYNE: Susan Jane: d/o Martin and Mary (Price) Payne; never came to OR

*12: PAYNE, William Erastus (1848- ): m'd 1870 SMITH, Sarah C. s/o Martin and Mary (Price) Payne

*12: PAYNE, Zarilda: d/o Martin and Mary (Price) Payne

PEARCE, Thomas (1826- ): m'd 1852 LIVERMORE, Naomi

PEEBLER, Francis Esther (02 Oct 1828-c1904): m1. 17 Oct 1847 PRICHARD, John M. (divorced 1862): m2. 13 Jul 1862 BROOKS, Absalom; d/o David W. and Frances (Imbler) Peebler; settled with first husband in Marion county and later moved to Linn County; died c1904 in the Oregon State Insane Asylum; parents and several siblings came to Oregon in 1853 emigration

PEELER, Louise J.: m'd 1851 POWELL, Franklin S.

PEFLY, Peter J.: m'd SMITH, Sarah J.

PELLEY, Mary: m'd COOK, []

PENLAND, Henry:

PENLAND, Levi E.: m'd [] , Clarinda

PERKINS, John N.: m'd [] , Derissa A.

PETTINGILL, Mary Polly (1890-1874): m1. 1814 RICE, William King; m2. 1841 COOK, Beckwith; settled in Lane Co; later moved to Polk Co

PETTIJOHN, Jonathan:

PHELPS, Lucius W.: m'd [] , Louisa

PHELPS, Lucius W. (1807- ):

PHELPS, Sarah Lavinia: m'd ABRAMS, William Penn

PHILLIPS, A. G. (1822- ):

PHILLIPS, John - ): m'd [] , Elizabeth

PHILPOTT, James Monroe (1848- ): s/o William and Sarah (Darby) Philpott

PHILPOTT, Josephine B. (1850- ): s/o William and Sarah (Darby) Philpott

PHILPOTT, William Jones (1822-1900): m'd 1847 DARBY, Sarah R.

PIERCE, Capt.:

PIPER, John H.: m'd [] , Augusta

PITMAN, William M. (1827- ):

PITZER, Martha Ann: m'd QUICK, James

PITZER, Nashley G. (1824- ): m'd 1849 , Melissia E. M.

PLANT, Charles:

PLUMB, W. W.: left Michigan City, IN April 1851 with a horse and buggy; settled in Olympia, WA where he was a justice of the peace

PLUMMER, Sophia: m'd 1832 PLUMMER, Wesley

PLUMMER, Wesley (1811- ): m'd 1832 , Sophia

POMEROY, Alanson:  was original emigrant of 1842 as member of Hastings party; returned overland in 1846 with Capt. Palmer and 16 others, packing on mules and horses; hired in 1851 by Samuel James as one of three drivers. [James Family Papers, University of Washington Library per William Bagley]

POPE: Ann E. (1842-1868): arrived by ship; d/o Charles and Sarah (Archer) Pope

POPE, Charles Wesley (1833-1877) arrived by ship; s/o Charles and Sarah (Archer) Pope

POPE, Charles (1807-1871): m'd 21 Nov 1832 ARCHER,Sarah Eliza; arrived by ship

POPE: Mary Sophia (1836-1895): arrived by ship; d/o Charles and Sarah (Archer) Pope

POPE, Sarah Evaline (1848-1917): arrived by ship; d/o Charles and Sarah (Archer) Pope

POPE, Thomas Albert (1842-1924): arrived by ship; s/o Charles and Sarah (Archer) Pope

POPE, William H.(1840-1915): arrived by ship; s/o Charles and Sarah (Archer) Pope

POTTER, William A. (1825- ): m'd 1855 ZUMWALT, Louisa C.

POWELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:     The Powell Brothers
 *21: POWELL, Alexander Hamilton (1834-1915): m'd 1864 MCKNIGHT, Mary Ann; s/o Alfred and Sarah (Bracken) Powell

*21: POWELL, Alfred (1810- ): m1. 1833 BRACKEN, Sarah; m2. SHIRRELL, Hannah (GOBLE)

*21: POWELL, Franklin Smith (1830-1916): m'd 1851 PEELER, Louisa; s/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Henry Clay (1840- ): m'd MORRIS, Mary Ann; s/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, James Henry (-1896):

*21: POWELL, Jemima (1834- ): m'd EARL, Joseph; s/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, John Alkire Rev. (1807-1880): m'd SMITH, Savilla

*21: POWELL, John B. (1842-1866): s/o Noah and Mary (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Joseph Goble (1841- ): m'd 1862 RAMSEY, Melissa A.; s/o Alfred and Hannah (Goble) Powell

*21: POWELL, Josephine B. (1847-1901): m'd WILDS, Manley H.; d/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Josiah (1839-1865): m'd FARRELL, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Noah and Mary (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Lavina (1850- ): m'd CORNELIUS, Absalom; s/o Noah and Mary (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Lourana (1836-1916): m'd EARL, Robert; d/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Lucinda Jane (1849-1937): m'd DAVIS, Barton W.; d/o Alfred and Hannah (Goble) Powell

*21: POWELL, Mary (1838-1914): m'd PROPST, Franklin; d/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

POWELL, Mary (1815-20 Jul 1870): m'd 1831 ROBNETT, John; d/o Richard and Rachel (James) Powell; buried Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon

*21: POWELL, Nancy (1843-1902): m'd PROPST, Anthony P.; d/o Alfred and Hannah (Goble) Powell

*21: POWELL, Noah (1808-1875): m'd 1830 SMITH, Mary

POWELL, Ruey: m'd TAYLOR, David M;  d/o Calvin and Clarissa (Richardson) Powell; parents and other siblings emigrated in 1853

POWELL, Russell Bruce:  s/o Calvin and Clarissa (Richardson) Powell; parents and other siblings emigrated in 1853

POWELL, Sameul T.:  s/o Calvin and Clarissa (Richardson) Powell; parents and other siblings emigrated in 1853

*21: POWELL, Sarah (1849-1894): m'd JORDAN, W.T.; d/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Stephen Dodridge (1833-1910): m'd UMPHLETT, Margaret; s/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell

*21: POWELL, Theresa (1829 -1851): m'd MCFADDEN, William; d/o John and Savilla (Smith) Powell; died on trail

*21: POWELL, Theresa Ann (1847-1901): m'd SHAFER, John A.; d/o Noah and Mary (Smith) Powell

POWELL, W. H.:

*21: POWELL, William (1837-1900): m'd MAXWELL, Alameda; s/o Noah and Mary (Smith) Powell

POWERS, W. H.:

POWERS, William Morgan (c1830-1917): m'd HOGUE, Mary Ann; buried Albany Masonic Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

PRIBBLE, Cynthia ( -1852): m'd 1841 DEARY, Philip; died during move from Clackamas Co to Jackson Co in 1852.  She fell from her horse breaking her arm and died 3 months later.

PRICE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*12: PRICE, Curtis (1847- ):

*12: PRICE, Fantley Roy (1809- ): m'd 1836 , Gilley

*12: PRICE, James D.:

*12: PRICE, Mary (1820-1878): m'd 1839 PAYNE, Martin; d/o James and Drusilla (Morgan) Price; died Albany, Linn Co

*12: PRICE, Nimrod (1822- ): m'd 1846 FROMAN, America

*12: PRICE, S.:

PRICHARD, John M. (27 Sep 1813-15 Oct 1884): m'd 17 Oct 1847 PEEBLER, Frances Esther; born in Wales, settled in Marion county upon arrival and later moved to Lnn County. was divorced by 1862 and no other marriages found; buried Franklin Butte Masonic Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

PRICHARD, Mary Jane (Apr 1849-13 Jan 1911): m'd MCCUBBINS, Thomas J.; d/o John M. and Frances (Peebler) Prichard

PRICHARD, Sylvester (Jan 1851- 1930): s/o John M. and Frances (Peebler) Prichard

PRIM, P. P. Judge:

PRINGLE, John S.: m'd [] , Sarah

PRITZER,  Mary Ann (1822-1888),  m�d  bef  1844  QUICK, James

PUTNAM, John O. (1829- ):

QUICK, Ellen (1849- ): m'd SANDERS, James

QUICK,  James  (1810-1892),  m�d  bef 1844 PRITZER, Mary Ann
 
QUICK,  �Libby� (Elizabeth?),  m�d  HAYNES,  Henry
 
QUICK,  Will  (Sept 14, ????)
 
QUICK,  Thad 
 
QUICK,  Ellen (1849-  ?),  m�d  SANDERS, James
 
QUICK, Rhoda Ann (1844-after 1923),  m�d  1861 JOHNSON, William (???-1892)

QUINN, Terence: m'd [] , Mary

RACE, Rebecca Jane: m'd BLANCHARD, Joshua Pettingill *2

RACKLIFf, Francoise "Frank" (c1848- ): s/o William and Mary (Rackliff) Rackliff

RACKLIFF, Mary: m'd RACKLIFF, William Capt.; her son, daughter and husband emigrated via the sea in 1850 while Mary remained in Maine;  Mary emigrated in 1851, also via the sea; (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).  Mary did not come alone, their 3 yr. old son Francoise (Frank) was with her. 

RAGSDALE, Catherine: m'd 1849 KEENEY, Jonathan; divorced in Lane Co

RALSTON, Andrew:

RAYMON, Felix L.: m'd HUME, Margaret

REA, Susannah ( -1851): m'd 1836 HELM, Lawrence Stern; died on trail 28 Aug 1851 and is buried in an unknown location; family says that she was buried in the middle of the road and then the company drove over her grave to hide it from Indians and wild animals.

*1: READ, James S. Rev.: sent out west by the Baptist Home Missionary Society in the company of Rev. George C. Chandler; had just graduated from Franklin College, Franklin, IN

*19: REDDING, Lucretia:

REED, Matthew H. (1826-1902): m1. 1844 CAVE, Parthena; m2. 1858 DOBBINS, Sarah; s/o REED, John M.; moved to Midvale, ID area around 1867

REED, Robert: m'd [] , Louisa

REINHART, Charles: to mines of CA in 1851; migrated into southern Oregon in 1852; brother of Herman Reinhart

REINHART, Herman Francis (c1832- ); to mines of CA in 1851; migrated into southern Oregon in 1852 [The Golden Frontier: The Recollections of Herman Francis Reinhart, 1851-1869, edited by Doyce Nunis Jr, University of Texas Press, Austin, 1962]

RENSHAW, W. D. (1823-1888): m'd 1849 WALKER, Mary J.

RENSHAW, William M. (1850- ): m'd 1878 COCHRAN, Eleanor

REXFORD, John Rev.: m'd [] , Charity

RICE, Elta Jane:

*20: RICE, George W. (1850- ): m'd SOUTHERN, Ella; s/o Horace and Elizabeth (Bolton) Rice

*20: RICE, Horace (1829-1915): m'd BOLTON, Elizabeth Jane; s/o William and Mary (Pettingill) Rice; settled in Lane Co; later moved to Wasco Co; separated from rest of train and completed emigration in 1851

*20: RICE, Lucinda (1825-1895): m'd BUSHNELL, Linus; d/o William and Mary (Pettingill) Rice; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Douglas Co

*20: RICE, Mary E. (1820- ): m1 COOK, Joel B.; m2. c1873 WALKER, A. M. Rev; d/o William and Mary (Pettingill) Rice; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Lane Co

*20: RICE, Nancy B. (1817-1874 ): m'd 1835 COOK, Seley Mansfield; d/o William and Mary (Pettingill) Rice; wintered at Provo, Utah before completing emigration in 1852; settled in Lane Co; later moved to Polk Co; buried in Buena Vista Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*20: RICE, Ruth (1827-1903): m'd COLLVER, Alfred B.; d/o William and Mary (Pettingill) Rice; died in Coos Co, OR

RICE, Samuel (1828-1898): m'd 1849 MILLER, Martha Jane ; s/o Daniel and Sarah (Sweet) Rice

RICHARDSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RICHARDSON, Andrew Jackson (1834-1907): m'd 19 Jan 1856 CRABTREE, Ruth Emeline; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 07 Mar 1834 Adams Co, IL and died 13 Dec 1907 Linn Co, OR' buried Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; father of 7 children (Susan Caroline, Mary A., William York, Washington H., Laura O., Elva T. and Warren)

RICHARDSON, Elijah Thompson (1828-1913): m'd 05 Nov 1857 CRABTREE, Sarah Jane; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 04 Jun 1828 Morgan Co, IL and died 16 Nov 1913 Spokane Co, WA; buried Spangle Cemetery, Spangle, WA; originally emigrated to CA in 1849; father of 6 children (Emily, Thomas York, Rosa M., Phoebe F., Reuben B. and Gilbert)

RICHARDSON, Emeline (1846-1934): m'd 1867 HASSLER, James Moro; d/o William and Eliza (Young) Richardson; born 12 Aug 1846 and died 1934; buried Franklin Butte Cemetery, Scio, OR

RICHARDSON, Enoch Numbers (1816-1899): m'd 28 Sep 1838 MACKEY, Mary Jane; s/o George and Sarah (Griffin) Richardson; born 13 Feb 1816 Madison Co, IL and died 10 Oct 1899 Lagrande, Union Co, OR; buried Grandview Cemetery, Lagrande, Union Co, OR,; settled Polk Co, OR; father of 8 children (John Quincy Adams, Julian, Mary Jane, James William, Sarah Elizabeth, Alexander V.M., Martha Emmeline and Isaac C.)

RICHARDSON, George Washington (1824-1885): m1. Feb 1844/45 YOUNG, Mary Ann; m2. 19 Oct 1869 DURHAM, Martha Lucy; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 26 Sep 1824 Greene Co, IL and died 22 Jan 1885 Salem, Marion Co, OR; served in Oregon legislature 1862-1864; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, OR; father of 9 children by first wife (William S., Lewis C., Isaac Newton, George Washington, James W., Benjamin Franklin, Sarah A. and John R.) and 4 children by second wife (Mary O., David N., Fannie L. and Elizabeth)

RICHARDSON, George Washington (1851-1932): m'd 1870 SAVAGE, Flora; s/o George and Mary Ann (Young) Richardson; born 13 Jul 1851 on the plains in NE and died 29 Jan 1932 Amity, Yamhill Co, OR; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

RICHARDSON, Isaac Newton (1849- ): m'd 11 Oct 1878 GERKING, Florence Jane; s/o George and Mary Ann (Young) Richardson; born Sep 1849 Adams Co, IL and died 1934 Tacoma, Pierce Co, WA

RICHARDSON, James Asher (1840-1911): m'd 08 May 1871 BOYD, Francis "Fannie"; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 15 Nov 1840 IL and died 04 Jul 1911 Salem, Marion Co, OR; doctor, mayor of Salem 1897-1898; served in Oregon Senate 1872-1876 ; father of 2 children (Francis C and Boyd M.)

RICHARDSON, James Asher (1848- ): m'd 14 Mar 1872 1872 SUTHERLIN, Vileria; s/o William and Eliza (Young) Richardson; born 30 Aug 1848

RICHARDSON, James William (1846-1894): m'd c1867 RIGGS, Mrs. Susan M.; s/o Enoch and Mary Jane (Mackey) Richardson; born 03 Mar 1846 Adams Co, IL and died 05 Dec 1894 Pine City, Whitman Co, WA; father of two know children (W.E. and J.F.)

RICHARDSON, John Griffin (1798-1873): m1. 16 Apr 1818 THOMPSON, Orpha; m2. 22 Jun 1869 BONNEY, Mrs. Peula (TOWNSEND) s/o George and Sarah (Griffin) Richardson; born Oct 1798 St. Clair Co, IL and died 14 Apr 1873 Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; father of 12 children by first marriage (Milton Epson, Thomas Jefferson, William Winston, George Washington, Lewis Clarke, Elijah Thompson, Obediah Waddle, John Wesley, Andrew Jackson, Enoch Numbers, James Asher and Rebecca Jane)

RICHARDSON, John Quincy Adams (1839-1926): m'd 09 May 1879 BAULT, Catherine Elizabeth; s/o Enoch and Mary Jane (Mackey) Richardson; born 07 Dec 1839 Adams Co, IL and died 06 Aug 1926 Cove, Union Co, OR; buried Summerville Cemetery, Summerville, Union Co, OR; father of 6 children (Walter, Verne, Dora F., Nora, Roy and Alice)

RICHARDSON, John Wesley (1833-1914): m'd 23 Jul 1854 CONKRITE, Mary A.; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 01 Jan 1833 Adams Co, IL and died 20 Oct 1914 Scio, Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; father of 6 children (Melvina, Almira, Melissa, Wallace Baker, Wilson Clark and Truman Bonney)

RICHARDSON, Lewis C. (1847-1858): s/o George and Mary Ann (Young) Richardson; born 03 Dec 1847 Adams Co, IL and died 20 Nov 1858 Polk Co, OR; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

RICHARDSON, Lewis Clarke (1826-1868): m'd 15 Aug 1852 WHITLEY, Eliza Ann; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 12 Jun 1826 Morgan Co, IL and died 18 Feb 1868 in probably CA; after wife's death in 1866 he is found listed in the 1866 San Francisco, CA voters registration; father of two children (Samuel Thurston and Mary Louisa); reported emigrated to CA in 1847 and returned east and emigrated to OR with parents in 1851

RICHARDSON, Obediah Waddle (1830-1905): m1. 01 Jan 1865 CUSICK, Martha Elizabeth (1844-1868); m2. 31 Dec 1872 FIELDS, Mary E. (1851- ); m3. 31 Jul 1890 STONE, Mrs. Mary A. s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 07 Oct 1830 Adams Co, IL and died 19 Feb 1905 Sherman Co, OR; buried Sunrise Cemetery, Sherman Co, OR; sheriff of Linn County 1864-1866; father of 3 children by first wife (Emily, Ida and Edward) and 4 children by second wife (Lena, John G., Jennie and Horace Hawley)

RICHARDSON, Rebecca Jane (1844-1881): m'd 14 Feb 1867 ENNIS, James E.; d/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 24 Aug 1844 Adams Co, IL and died 24 Jun 1884 Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; no record of any children

RICHARDSON, Sarah E. (1850-1867): d/o William and Eliza (Young) Richardson; born Oct 1850 IL and died 1867 Linn Co, OR

RICHARDSON, Sarah Elizabeth (1848-1916): m'd 03 Nov 1867 BIRDSELL, Warren L.; d/o Enoch and Mary Jane (Mackey) Richardson; born Aug 1849 Adams Co, IL and died 04 Feb 1916 Asotin Co, WA; buried Asotin Cemetery, Asotin, Asotin Co, WA; mother of 8 children including (James E., Iva M. and Dema May)

RICHARDSON, William S. (1845-1866): s/o George and Mary Ann (Young) Richardson; born 24 Dec 1845 Adams Co, IL and died 25 Sep 1866 Polk Co, OR; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

RICHARDSON, William Winston (1822-1901): m1. 17 Sep 1843 YOUNG, Eliza Jane; m2. 1894 COY, Mrs. Mary E.; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; born 12 Jul 1822 Greene Co, IL and died 06 Oct 1901 Scio, Linn Co, OR; buried in Franklin Butte Cemetery, Scio, OR ; father of 11 children (Emeline, James Asher, Sarah E., Margaret Adeline, Elijah Harrison, Orpha, Marion, Abraham Lincoln, Mary A., Louis Winston and Marshall Nay)

RIDDLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:  
RIDDLE, Abner (1842-1926): m. 31 Dec 1865 RICE, Alice Cary; s/o William and Maxamillia (Bousman) Riddle


RIDDLE, Anna (1806-1885): m'd 1829 SMITH, Elijah

RIDDLE, Artinecia (1830-1917): m1. 22 Feb 1848 CHAPMAN, John William; m2. 10 Feb 1853 MERRIMAN, William Harrison; d/o William and Maxamillia (Bousman) Riddle

RIDDLE, George Washington (1839-1927): m1. RICE, Anna Minerva; m2. GAZLEY, Helen; s/o William and Maxamillia (Bousman) Riddle

RIDDLE, Isabella (1834-1892): m. NICHOLS, Isreal Boyd; d/o William and Maxamillia (Bousman) Riddle

RIDDLE, William Hamilton (1805-1891): m. 13 Jul 1826 BOUSMAN, Maxamillia; father of 10 children; settled in DouglasCounty; town of Riddle named after him

RIDDLE, William Hamilton Jr. (1836-1857): s/o William and Maxamillia (Bousman) Riddle

RIGGS, Cynthia J. (1836-1851): died 15 Sep 1851 The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon Territory; d/o Zadoc and Jane (Leib) Riggs

RIGGS, Harriett: m'd MCMURRY, Fieldin

RIGGS, John L. (1842-1925): m'd 18 Jun 1867 PERCIVAL, Camilla Jane; s/o Zadoc and Jane (Leib) Riggs

RIGGS, Mary: m'd 1843 SHANK, Noah

RIGGS, Polly Ann (1834-1871): m'd 29 Mar 1855 CONNOR, Job; d/o Zadoc and Jane (Leib) Riggs

RIGGS, Scott A. (1845-1922): m'd 05 Dec 1871 SEARS, Adelia Calpurnia; s/o Zadoc and Jane (Leib) Riggs

RIGGS, Silas T. (1841-1916): m1. 1864 BONES, Sarah J.; m2. Nov 1875 MEYER, Sarah

RIGGS, Zadoc (1811-1851): m'd 27 Dec 1832 LEIB, Jane; died 05 Jul 1851 on the last crossing of the Sweetwater; s/o Scott Adam Riggs and Hannah Berry

RINGO, Emily (1819-1898): m'd SMITH, Daniel; d/o Sarah (Hodge) Ringo

RINGO, Hamilton Hodge: m'd STEVENS, Rispa; s/o Sarah (Hodge) Ringo

RINGO, William Harvey: s/o Sarah (Hodge) Ringo

RITSON, D.:

ROBE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*4: ROBE, Robert Rev.: m'd 1854 WALKER, Eliza A.

ROBERTSON, Joseph Rev.: m'd [] , Elizabeth

ROBERTSON, Thomas:

ROBINETT: see ROBNETT

ROBINSON, William J.: m'd [] , Emaline

ROBNETT, Andrew Jackson (1849-1852): s/o Stephen and Mary (Hubbard) Robnett

ROBNETT, Angeline (05 May 1842-12 Oct 1861): d/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; buried Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Columbus (Sep 1849-bef 1860): s/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; may have died prior to emigration

ROBNETT, James (01 Feb 1837-16 Jan 1897) m'd MULKEY< Margaret Mahala; s/o Stephen and Mary (Hubbard) Robnett; buried IOOF Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon

ROBNETT, John (27 Jan 1809-03 Jun 1872) m'd 1831 POWELL, Mary; buried Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon

ROBNETT, John A. (01 Jun 1837 - 29 Nov 1888): m1. 1861 BROCK, Mary Catherine; m2. 1866 CRANFILL, Octavia Frances; m3. 1877 WALKER, Temperance Jane; s/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; buried Shedd Cemetery, Shedd, Linn County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Louisa (Oct 1840-12 Sep 1912): m'd HENDERSON, William Jackson; d/o Stephen and Mary (Hubbard) Robnett; buried Roseburg IOOF, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Mary "Polly" (07 Sep 1847-04 Aug 1923): m1. 1861 CYRUS, William; m2. 1865 WAY, Thomas Cranor; m3. 1909 PLIMELL, John; d/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; buried IOOF Cemetery, Bandon, Coos County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Nancy Jane (05 Apr 1833-14 Feb 1863): m'd 14 Mar 1852 GAYLORD, Charles; d/o Stephen and Mary (Hubbard) Robnett; buried IOOF Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Nancy Jane (09 Aug 1834-28 Jun 1907) m'd 24 Nov 1851 CARY, Miles; d/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; buried Crawfordsville Union Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Linn County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Rachel A. (01 Dec 1832-12 Jul 1901): m'd 15 Feb 1852 MOORE, John Washington; d/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; buried IOOF Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Rachel Elizabeth (May 1835-02 May 1902): m'd 07 Oct 1852 ROBERTS, Jonathan Chatham; d/o Stephen and Mary (Hubbard) Robnett; died Reno, Washoe County, Nevada

ROBNETT, Sarah A. (09 Sep 1846-14 Jun 1908): m'd SEELEY, Joseph S.; d/o John and Mary (Powell) Robnett; buried Crawfordsville Union Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Linn County, Oregon

ROBNETT, Stephen (13/23 May 1807-18 Mar 1878): m'd 25 Jul/Aug 1833 HUBBARD, Mary; s/o Joseph and Nancy (Barker) Robnett; siblings emigrated in 1847; buried IOOF Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon

ROBNETT, William (1847-aft 1860): s/o Stephen and Mary (Hubbard) Robnett

ROBY, Reason:

ROCKHILL, Morgan L.:

ROELOFSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ROELOFSON, Esther (1806-1874): m'd 1828 JOHNSON, Neill Rev.

ROSE, Aaron:

*19: ROSS, Darius M.: m'd STEWART, Eliza

*19: ROSS, Charles (1851- ):

*19: ROSS, William E.: s/o Darius and Eliza (Stewart) Ross

RUDDELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*23: RUDDELL, California (1849- ): d/o Stephen and Winneford (Kelly) Ruddell

*23: RUDDELL, Catherine (1847- ): d/o Stephen and Winneford (Kelly) Ruddell

*23: RUDDELL, Paul (1837-1854): s/o Stephen and Keziah (Smith) Ruddell; buried in Ruddell Cemetery, Lacey, Thurston Co, WA;

*23: RUDDELL, Stephen Duley (1816-1891): m1. 1835 SMITH, Keziah Bell; m2. 1846 KELLY, Winneford B.; m3. 1857 STEWART, Margaret McCallen; settled in Thurston Co, WA; buried in Ruddell Cemetery, Lacey, Thurston Co, WA; farmer, legislator, soldier

*23: RUDDELL, Stephen Lafayette (1843-1891): m1. 1864 PACKWOOD, Amanda; m2. 1875 FLEETWOOD, Emeline; s/o Stephen and Keziah (Smith) Ruddell; had a  white swelling in one of his legs, while at Council Bluffs a Dr. Roberts took a butcher knife and cut the leg off .  It was thought he would not live but he lived and resided in Thurston Co, WA; was described as weighing about 200#; buried in Ruddell Cemetery, Lacey, Thurston Co, WA;

*23: RUDDELL, William H. (1839- ): s/o Stephen and Keziah (Smith) Ruddell

RUSSELL, George L.:

RUSSELL, Levi: m'd [] , Mary

SALTMARSH, Joseph B.:

SANDERS, Henry (1816- ): m'd 1842 , Mary Jane

SANDERS, John Simpson:

*9: SANDERS, Joseph: m'd [] , Charlotte; from IN; cutoff for CA

SARGEANT, Nancy J.:

SARGEANT, Philip (1820-1860): m'd 1845 WILSON, Nancy Ann

SARGEANT, Walter J. (1847- ): m'd 1870 GANT, Martha Ann

SARGENT, L. C.:

SAUNDERS, Asa: m'd [] , Abby

SAVAGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SAVAGE, Americus (1815-1876): m'd THOMPSON, Mary Ann R.W.

SAVAGE, Americus Llwellyn (1845- ): s/o Americus and Mary Ann (Thompson) Savage

SAVAGE, Charles Franklin (1848- ): s/o Americus and Mary Ann (Thompson) Savage

SAVAGE, Columbus (1851-1852): born on arrival; s/o Americus and Mary Ann (Thompson) Savage

SAVAGE, Joseph Lane (1843- ): s/o Americus and Mary Ann (Thompson) Savage

SAVAGE, Prudence T. (1841- ): d/o Americus and Mary Ann (Thompson) Savage

SAVAGE, Sarah Jane (1847- ): d/o Americus and Mary Ann (Thompson) Savage

SAXTON, Henry:

SCOTT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SCOTT, Mahala (1813-1884): m'd 1833 WILSON, John

SCOTT, John: m'd JONES, Mary; died at the Thomas Fork crossing of the Bear River

SCOTT, Prior (1825-1891): m'd 1852 JONES, Mary; emigrated originally in 1845 and was a member of the Lost Meek Train; returned east and emigrated again in 1851; married his brother's widow, Mary (Jones) Scott after the death of his brother on the trail

SCOTT, Thomas: m'd  1854 STEWART, Sarah Elizabeth

SEELY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SEELY, Lucius Alexander (1820 -1896): m'd BUCKMAN , Sophia

SEELY, Franklin Flint (1851- ): born on the Columbia River on the sidewheeler, James P. Flint, as the end of the emigration was in sight; s/o Lucius and Sophia (Buckman) Seely

SELOVER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SELOVER, Esther Mehitable: m'd 1848 LOCKHART, Freeman Goodwin; memoirs of her overland journey were published in "Destination West" by her daughter, Agnes Ruth Sengstachen

SELOVER, Laura:

SEWELL, Caroline L. (16 Aug/15 Jul 1848-19 Mar 1882): m'd WHITE, Thomas Whitfield; d/o David and Elizabeth) Morrison Sewell; buried Hubbard Cemetery, Hubbard, Marion County, Oregon

SEWELL, David T. (14 Nov 1814-03 Dec 1857): m'd 14 Apr 1844 MORRISON, Elizabeth Hubbard; burial location unknown but possibly Hubbard Cemetery, Marion County, Oregon

SEWELL, Mary A. (29 Jun 1850-03 Oct 1932): m'd 21 Mar 1867 GRIM, Byron Joseph; d/o David and Elizabeth) Morrison Sewell; buried Hubbard Cemetery, Hubbard, Marion County, Oregon

*4: SHADEL, Mr.: "Dutchman"

SHANKS FAMILY RESEARCHER: 
SHANKS, Noah: m'd 1843 RIGGS , Mary

SHANKS, Rhoda (1849- ): d/o Noah and Mary (Riggs) Shank

SHANNON, Milton (1825- ):

SHAW FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*18: SHAW, Catherine/Caroline: m'd NUMBERS, Phillip; d/o John and Nancy (Harris) Shaw; family stories say that this family accompanied John Shaw but records do not seem to bear this out

*18: SHAW, Elizabeth: m'd NORTHRUP, []; d/o John and Nancy (Harris) Shaw: widow with two children

*18: SHAW, Harvey: s/o John and Nancy (Harris) Shaw

*18: SHAW, John William (1797-1888): m'd 1821 HARRIS, Harriet "Nancy"; s/o Alexander and Mary (Barclay) Shaw; settled in Douglas Co on DLC #15; returned to Illinois by boat and brought back additional family members, including his wife and remaining children, in 1853; John and Nancy later moved to a place on the Touchet River in Washington Territory where he and Frank Lowden ran a pack train from Wallula to Kootenay; John and Nancy moved again to a place seven miles above Dayton, WA; John was an orchardist and raised nursery stock; they had bees, cattle and sheep; they were living in Walla Walla when they died in 1888 at the ages of 91 and 87

*7: SHEFFER, N.V.:

SHEPHERD, Samuel: m'd [] , Nancy

SHERELL, Hannah Goble: m'd POWELL, Alfred

SHIELDS, Jemima (20 Oct 1833-13 Jul 1919): m'd 27 Nov 1851 ROBINETT, James; d/o William and Juda (Bybee) Shields

SHIELDS, William Henry (07 Apr 1799-Aug 1895): m'd BYBEE, Juda

*21: SHIRRELL, Ann:

*21: SHIRRELL, William W.:

SHORTRIDGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SHORTRIDGE, James H. (1831-1916): m'd 1853 ADAMS, Amelia Savannah; s/o Samuel B. Shortridge (emigrant of 1852); James most likely arrived with the family of Isaac N. Miller from Mercer Co, IL

*24: SHREVE, Asa (1826-1902): m'd 1852 LIVERMORE, Harriet; traveled with Jonas Livermore family under Capt. William P. Harpole

SHULL, Mary Ann (1815-1862): m'd KERN, William

SIMMONS, Asa B.:

SIMONS, Alonzo:

SIMONS, Daniel: m'd [] , Marcey

SIMONS, Daniel Jr.:

SIMPSON, Allen:

SIMPSON, Margaret:

SIMPSON, Mary Ann (1848-1878): m'd HICKS, Hiram H.

SIMPSON, Tabitha:

SIMPSON, Telitha (1851-1884): m'd HICKS, Edward Pitt

SIMPSON, Thomas Knight (1816-1852): m'd 1839 BUFF, Rosannah

SIMPSON, William:

SLOAN, Eliza: m'd 1825 ZIEBER, John Shunk

SLOUGH, Jacob:

SMEAD, Sim:

Peter SMITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:    Peter Smith Genealogy
SMITH, Albert G.:

SMITH, Benjamin F. (1805-1879):

SMITH, Brassfield:

SMITH, Daniel (1809-1856): m'd 1836 RINGO, Emily

SMITH, David: m'd 1852 WHITE, Ann M.

*20: SMITH, Freeman Beckwith (1850-1873): s/o Henry and Sophia (Cook) Smith; died Coos Co

SMITH, Hannah: m'd SMITH, Hiram

*20: SMITH, Henry Bishop (1824- ): m'd 1849 COOK, Sophia Alvira; settled Lane Co

SMITH, Hiram: m'd [] , Hannah

*21: SMITH, J. B.:

SMITH, John David: m'd 1874 MASTERSON, Iphigenia

*20: SMITH, Kansas H. (1852-1876): m'd 1869 THOMAS, Daniel E.; died at Prineville, OR; name may be Candace; born during wintering over at Provo, UT

SMITH, Letitia: m'd 1833 CRAWFORD, Phileon Vawter

SMITH, Madison C.:

SMITH, Mary: m'd MCCORKLE, []

SMITH, Mary "Polly" (1812-1893): m'd POWELL, Noah

SMITH, Mary A.: m'd GLEASON, Parson

SMITH, Mary Jane (1837-1913): m'd MANNING, Francis

SMITH, Mason:

SMITH, Nancy: m'd 1841 SPARK, Wiley; settled Polk Co; on 1860 and 1870 Lane Co census; late 1870s moved to Columbia Co, WA where she remained until her death

SMITH, Pascal E.:

SMITH, Peter (1810-1889): m'd 1850 CRAWFORD , Rachel; emigrated from Madison, IN and settled in what is now southwest Portland;  by 1870 they removed to the Dairy Creek/Forest Grove area of Washington County

SMITH, Sarah ( -1853): m'd 1812 MILLER, John Sr.

SMITH, Sarah A.: m'd PEFLY, Peter J.

SMITH, Sevilla (1812-1888): m'd POWELL, John A.

SNELL, G. W. ( -1896):

SNOW, H.H.:

SNYDER, John: m'd [] , Mary

SOAPS, Jane (1820-1904): m'd Apr 1839 LEONARD, Benjamin Austin; born 24 Feb 1820 Campbell Co, TN and died 04 Mar 1904 Silverton, Marion Co, OR; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR; mother of 8 children (Abel Brower, Horace, Thomas Benton, Mary Abigail, Florinda Helen, Lucinda Ellen, Ella Samantha and Abi Jeanette)

SODEN, Bartholomew (1807- ): m'd 1836 GOODALE, Ann

*17: SOUTHWELL, Mr.: m'd COULTAS, Mary

Wiley SPARKS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SPARKS, Aaron: s/o Wiley and Nancy (Smith) Sparks

SPARKS, Andrew: s/o Wiley and Nancy (Smith) Sparks

SPARKS, James: s/o Wiley and Nancy (Smith) Sparks

SPARKS, Mathew (1793-1854): m'd 1813 , Sarah Elmore

SPARKS, Wiley (1818-1885): m'd 1841 SMITH, Nancy; father of 8 children (Andrew, James, William, Aaron, Henry, Lindsey, Amanda and Ira); settled in Polk Co; listed on 1860 and 1870 Lane Co census; late 1870s to Columbia Co, WA where they owned a tavern; died in Columbia Co, WA

SPARKS, William: s/o Wiley and Nancy (Smith) Sparks

SPERRY, Carpus Clark (08 Oct 1830-06 Jun 1909): m'd FULTON, Rachel Ann; s/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Pleasant Butte Baptist Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon

SPERRY, Elisha Green (14 Sep 1839): m'd COCHRAN, Nancy Ellen; s/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Brownsville Pioneer Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon

SPERRY, James Barton (27 Sep 1836-14 Aug 1922): m1. 1856 RICE, Rebecca Jane; m2. 1877 ADKINS, Susan Virginia;  s/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Pleasant Butte Baptist Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon

SPERRY, John Lewis (17 Feb 1841-08 Jul 1905): m MCLARAN, Eliza Ann; s/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

SPERRY, Mary Ellen (05 Nov 1845-25 Oct 1924): m'd HALE, Milton; d/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Zillah Cemetery, Zillah, Yakima County, Washington

SPERRY, Minerva Caroline (13 Sep 1847-01 Jul 1936): m'd COCHRAN, Andrew Jackson; d/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Condon Masonic Cemetery, Condon, Gilliam County, Oregon

SPERRY, Phebe Melissa (21 D:ec 1833-15 Dec 1918): m'd 03 Sep 1850 COLLINS, Otho H.; d/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; settled in Linn County for a few years but by 1860 was living in Shasta County, California; buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Red Bluff, Tehama County, California

SPERRY, Samantha Alice (28 Mar 1851-1936): m'd WEATHERFORD, William Washington; d/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Arlington Masonic Cemetery, Arlington, Gilliam County, Oregon

SPERRY, Sarah (11 Aug 1837-14 Dec 1857): m'd WASHBURN, James Harrison; d/o William and Cynthia (Clark) Sperry; buried Pleasant Butte Baptist Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon

SPERRY, William (01 Jul 1811-10 May 1857): m'd CLARK, Cynthia; buried Pleasant Butte Baptist Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon

SPENCER, Asahel C.:

SPENCER, Peter L.: m'd [] , Mary

SPERRY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SPERRY, Corpus:

SPERRY, J. L.:

SPERRY, James B. (1835- ):

*17: SPERRY, John:

SPERRY, William: m'd [] , Cynthia

SPINNING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*19: SPINNING, Charles Hadley Dr. (1821-1911): m'd STEWART, Mildred; worked as an engineer in Portland upon arrival; spent spare time exploring Chehalis Valley with his brother, Ben; thought by many to be the first doctor in Pierce County; died in Prosser, WA and is buried at Tacoma Mausoleum, Tacoma, WA

SPONG FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SPONG, Alexander (1818- ): m'd DIVINE , Margaret; settled in Marion County and ran a ferry near present day Keizer, OR; had six more children after arriving in Oregon

SPONG, George Dugan (1841- ): s/o Alexander and Margaret (Divine) Spong

SPONG, Mary Elizabeth (1843- ): d/o Alexander and Margaret (Divine) Spong

SPONG, Philip Carney (1850- ): s/o Alexander and Margaret (Divine) Spong

SPONG, Roseanna Eleanore (1848- ): d/o Alexander and Margaret (Divine) Spong

SPONG, William Alexander (1845- ): s/o Alexander and Margaret (Divine) Spong

SPURLOCK, Margaret (1808-1899): m'd 1822 LEWIS, Daniel

STARK, Asa: m'd [] , Deborah

STARKEY, John Lewis (11 Jan 1819-03 Mar 1872): m'd SCOTT, Jane Elizabeth; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

STAYTON, Drury S.: m'd [] , Rachel

STEARNS, Susan (25 Jun 1811-09 Jan 1898): m'd 1840 CHASE, Charles Alvin; d/o Nathaniel Wheat and Levina (Harding) Stearms; buried Colfax Cemetery, Colfax, Whitman County, Washington

STEELMAN, Edward (1820- ): m'd 1854 , Mary

STEHMAN, Christian (1809-1890): m1. [ ] , Henrietta; m2. 1853 Havird (HALSEY), Salinda; died in Goble, Columbia Co, OR and is buried Neer City Cemetery, Columbia Co, OR; wife appears to have died either during emigration or shortly after

STEHMAN, Daniel Harrison (c1849-1929): m1. [ ]; m2. c1890 GIRT, Nancy Elizabeth "Lilly"

STEHMAN, Henrietta (c1815-c1852): m'd STEHMAN, Christian, maiden name unknown at this time

STEHMAN, Henrietta (c1852-aft 1880): m'd 1869 BUTTS, Stephen Benjamin; d/o Christian and Henrietta Stehman; born during or shortly after emigration

STEHMAN, Henry (c1848-aft 1900): m'd c1887 [ ], Alice; s/o Christian and Henrietta Stehman

STEHMAN, Levi K. (c1842-1928): m'd c1868 HAGEY, Eliza A.; s/o Christian and Henrietta Stehman; died in Clackamas Co, OR

STEHMAN, John Milton (c1845-1919): m'd c1867 BUTTS, Sarah Ellen; s/o Christian and Henrietta Stehman

STERLING, Henry C. (1818- ): m'd 1849 , Angeline

STEWART FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*19: STEWART, Abraham Williamson: m'd WHITE, Jerusha

*19: STEWART, Eliza Jane: m'd ROSS, Darius M.

STEWART, George J.:

STEWART, Henrietta: m'd RANDALL, (Unknown): d/o James and Louisa (Thornton) Stewart

STEWART, James H. (1825-1899): m'd 1845 THORNTON, Louisa; settled Benton Co, OR

STEWART, Jehil: s/o James and Louisa (Thornton) Stewart

STEWART: John Laughlin: s/o James and Louisa (Thornton) Stewart

STEWART, Lafayette: s/o James and Louisa (Thornton) Stewart

STEWART, Mahala: m'd STEWART, John; d/o James and Louisa (Thornton) Stewart

*19: STEWART, Margaret McCallen: m1. WHITE, William Nathan Sr.; m2. RUDDELL, (Unknown); first husband had emigrated in 1850

STEWART, Melissa: m'd MCMAHAN, W. H.; d/o James and Louisa (Thornton) Stewart

*19: STEWART, Mildred Durley (1833-1921): m'd SPINNING, Charles Hadley Dr.; died at Olympia, WA; buried at Tacoma Mausoleum, Tacoma, WA; traveled to OR with her brother Abraham Stewart; sisters Margaret (Stewart) White and Eliza Jane (Stewart) Ross; there is no records of another brother, John Laughlin Stewart traveling with the party this year but he did die in Salem, OR in the late 1800s; another brother, James Harvey Stewart was only 13 at the time and remained in IA with his father.

STEWART, William:

STOKES, William (1810- ): m'd 1852 [ ], Laura Ann

STONE, Mr.:

STORY, George L.:

STORY, George S. (1833- ):

STOTT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STOTT, Avarilla (22 Feb 1841-15 Mar 1929): m'd THOMPSON, Thomas Washington; d/o Samuel and Lucy (Denny) Stott; buried Hills Cemetery, Gaston, Washington County, Oregon

STOTT, Elihu (1851- ): s/o James and Elizabeth (Denny) Stott

STOTT, Fielding Denny (31 Aug 1842-24 Dec 1889): m'd 1866 PERRY, Mary Ellen; s/o Samuel and Lucy (Denny) Stott; buried Yamhill Carlton Pioneer Memorial Cemetery, Yamhill, Yamhill County, Oregon

STOTT, Franklin L. (25 Dec 1846-20 Oct 1874): s/o Samuel and Lucy (Denny) Stott; buried Hills Cemetery, Gaston, Washington County, Oregon

STOTT, Hezekiah Stout (10 May 1851-14 Jul 1907): s/o Thomas and Nancy (Stout) Stott; born on trail; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Oregon

STOTT, James McGuire (26 Dec 1812-21 Nov 1888).: m1. 1842 DENNY, Elizabeth; m2. 1861 CHITTENDEN, Mary S.; s/o Stephen and Sarah (McGuire) Stott; buried Mountain View Stark Pioneer Cemetery, Troutdale, Multnomah County, Oregon

STOTT, Mary Ann (16 Sep 1841-11 Jul 1893): m'd 1859 CORNWELL, James; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Stout) Stott; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

STOTT, Martha Jane (1848-1938): m'd TURNER, Thomas Benton; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Stout) Stott; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

STOTT, Mary Jane (1837-31 Mar 1887): 1863 m'd MYERS, William Henry Harrison; d/o Samuel and Lucy (Denny) Stott; buried Hills Cemetery, Gaston, Washington County, Oregon

STOTT, Orlando Alonzo (1845-04 Jan 1929): m'd 28 May 1873 BRAND, Mary Barbara "Minnie"; s/o James and Elizabeth (Denny) Stott; buried Redding Memorial Park, Redding, Shasta County, California

STOTT, Raleigh (03 Jan 1845-25 Oct 1901): s/o Samuel and Lucy (Denny) Stott; buried River View Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

STOTT, Rebecca A (Jul 1849-08 Oct 1873): m'd c1871 BALL, Charles A.; d/o Samuel and Lucy (Denny) Stott; buried Hills Cemetery, Gaston, Washington County, Oregon

STOTT, Samuel J.. (09 Jan 1815-17 Nov 1880): m'd 108 Feb 1838 DENNY, Lucy; s/o Stephen and Sarah (McGuire) Stott; buried Hills Cemetery, Gaston, Washington County, Oregon

STOTT, Sarah Ellen (1844-1893): m'd FLECK, John Darley; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Stout) Stott; buried Crescent Grove Cemetery, Tigard, Washington County, Oregon

STOTT, Sarah Jane (1847-1925): m'd 1863 HICKLIN, Felix Grundy; d/o James and Elizabeth (Denny) Stott; buried Mountain View Stark Pioneer Cemetery, Troutdale, Multnomah County, Oregon

STOTT, Thomas Anderson (26 Oct 1815-08 Dec 1894): m'd 18 Oct 1838 STOUT , Nancy; s/o William Taylor and Mary Ann (Wilkins) Stott; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

STOTT, William Taylor (13 1846-03 Jun 1910): m'd 1874 ALDRICH, Lydia Glover; s/o Thomas and Nancy (Stout) Stott; buried Ivy Cemetery, Prescott, Walla Walla County, Washington

STOTT, William Wallace (Jul 1842-c1905): s/o James and Elizabeth (Denny) Stott; 1900 Census was single and living at Troutdale, Multnomah County, Oregon with sister, Sarah Hicklin

STOUFFER, Jonathan (1825-1902): m'd 1853 MCCAIN, Agnes

STOUT, John Franklin (01 Nov 1829-27 Nov 1915): m'd 1874 BRISTO, Agnes May; s/o Hezekia and Nancy (McGuire) Stout; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

STOUT, Nancy (22 May 1821-20 Sep 1907): m'd 18 Oct 1838 STOTT, Thomas Anderson; d/o Hezekia and Nancy (McGuire) Stout; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

STOUT, Samuel M. (04 Feb 1814-25 Oct 1877): s/o Hezekia and Nancy (McGuire) Stout; buried Crescent Grove Cemetery, Tigard, Washington County, Oregon; Trail Journal located at Fort Walla Walla Museum in Walla Walla, Washington

STRINGER, Bluford Stephen (28 Mar 1809-14 Jan 1893): m'd CARROLL, Almira; s/o William Reuben and Delilah (Owen) Stringer; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

STRINGER, Elisa Ann (Dec 1844-22 Oct 1927): m'd SOUTH, Jesse Marion; d/o Bluford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Gilliland Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn County, Oregon

STRINGER, Elizabeth (1802-1885): m'd 1820 COYLE, John "Jackie" Patrick (1795-1848); d/o William Reuben and Delilah (Owen) Stringer; started from Peoria Co, IL with five of her children; her older children, Reuben Stringer Coyle and William Coyle and their families were pioneers of 1847; buried Monroe Cemetery, Monroe, Benton County, Oregon

STRINGER, Ephraim (24 Dec 1839-10 Aug 1919): m'd BEELER, Lucinda Rosella; s/o Bluford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Evergreen Memorial Park, McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon

STRINGER, Jerile (29 Jul 1841-30 Jan 1918): m'd DAVENPORT, Mary A.; s/o Bluford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

STRINGER, John W. (1834-1866): s/o Bluford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

STRINGER, Julia Ann (1851-1888): do Bluford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

STRINGER, Lewis (06 Mar 1839-1909): s/o Bluford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn County, Oregon

STRINGER, William M. (Mar 1836-Dec 1903): m'd DANIELS, Sarah Ann; s/o Blewford Stephen and Almira (Carroll) Stringer; buried Wilderville Cemetery, Wilderville, Josephine County, Oregon

STRONG, Amos: m'd WESTCOTT, Ada

STRONG, Elijah (1809- ):

STRONG, Mary: m'd KINNEY, W. J.

STRONG, Phernia: m'd BAIN, []

STUMP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STUMP, Cuthbert (1809-1896): m'd 1829 YOCUM/YOAKUM, Perlina/Paulina; donation land claim in Clackamas Co; died Columbia Co, OR

SULLENS, Sarah (1800- ): m'd 1819 GREENSTREET, Absalom

SUMER, Jonas:

SUMMERVILLE, Henry B.: see 1849 listing

SUTTON, James McCall (1830-1878): m'd 1867 SHOOK, Mary Jane; s/o John and Nancy (McCall) Sutton; noteworthy in Oregon history as person who named Crater Lake; editor of the Jacksonville Oregon Sentinel; returned to Illinois with father and several brothers to bring remaining family out west *3

SUTTON, John Pierce Capt.: traveled with Silas Miller company accompanied by his grown sons; returned with some of his sons to Cass Co and in 1854 returned with the rest of the family; settled in Polk Co *3

SUTTON, Solomon Henry (1832-1916): s/o John and Nancy (McCall) Sutton; later years spent in Montana where he died *3

SWADKA, Mr.:

SWEENEY, Alexander W.:

SWIFT, John N.:

SYMONS, Henry:

SYMONS, Jane:

SYMONS, Josiah:

SYMONS, Mary:

SYMONS, Nancy:

SYMONS, Nathan D. (1818- ): m'd 1840 BURSON, Mahala

SYMONS, Sylvanus:

SYMONS, Sylvester:

SYMONS, Thomas:

TABOR, John B.:

TANDY, Robert (1831-1905): never married; came west with brother-in-law, Mahlon Harlow and family; wintered in Salt Lake, started east in 1853 with Andrew J. Babb, attacked by Indians at Crow Creek 19 Jul 1853.  Two men turned back and joined Gale party, Took Elliott Cutoff.  Babb turned back to main trail and Robert continued on with "Lost Wagon Train".

TANNER, Elisha S.: m'd [] , Lucy

TATE, Mr.:

TAYLOR, Ab:

TAYLOR, Absolem: m'd [] , Permelia

TAYLOR, David M. ( -1895):

TAYLOR, J. N.:

TAYLOR, James C. : m'd TRIMBLE, Charlotte; s/o William and America Taylor

TAYLOR, Sarah E.: m'd SMITH, Ephraim L.

TAYLOR, William (1811- ): m'd 1834 [], America

TEDEROW, Charles W.:

TERHUNE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TERHUNE, Jabez (1823-1876): m'd 1847 MCALPIN, Margaret Jane (1821-1867); s/o  David and Mary (Cooper) Terhune; was a wagon maker and wheelright; settled Jefferson, Marion Co, OR; buried Jefferson Cemetery

TERHUNE, Martha Ellen (1848-1877): m'd 1865 LOONEY, Benjamin F.; d/o Jabez and Margaret (McALPIN) Terhune; died at Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

TERHUNE, Mary Elizabeth (1850-1905): m'd 1867 WARREN, William; d/o Jabez and Margaret (McALPIN) Terhune; died at Long Beach, CA

TERHUNE, William Franklin (1849-1886): m'd 1873 ANDERSON, Laurel Adelaide; s/o Jabez and Margaret (McALPIN) Terhune; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

Terpen T. THOMAS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
THOMAS, Caroline (1832-1901): m'd 1852 SHELTON, Harvey

THOMAS, Catherine (1841- ): m'd MORRIS, Lee

THOMAS, Jane (20 Dec 1820-02 Mar 1899): m'd 23 Sep 1837 McALPIN, Robert; divorced 1873

THOMAS, Newton:

THOMAS, Stephen B.: m'd [] , Eliza

THOMAS, Terpen T.: m'd CURL, Nancy; this name is found numerous ways but according to the family researcher this is the way he personally signed documents

THOMPSON, Emma:

THOMPSON, Estella: m'd PETERSON, A. F.

THOMPSON, George:

THOMPSON, John:

THOMPSON, Laura: m'd BOOTH, James

THOMPSON, Mary Ann R.W. (1817-1886: m'd SAVAGE, Americus

THOMPSON, Newton Addison:

THOMPSON, Olive Irene:

THOMPSON, Orpha (1802-1863): m'd 16 Apr 1818 RICHARDSON, John Griffin; d/o William and Emily (Hammitt) Thompson; born 26 Feb 1802 SC and died 07 Jun 1863 Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; mother of 12 children by first marriage (Milton Epson, Thomas Jefferson, William Winston, George Washington, Lewis Clarke, Elijah Thompson, Obediah Waddle, John Wesley, Andrew Jackson, Enoch Numbers, James Asher and Rebecca Jane)

THOMPSON, Robert Mitchell (1824-1893): m'd NYE, Agnes

THORN, Martha ( -1882): m'd HICKLIN, John L.; husband emigrated in 1849 with the Denney brothers

Richard R. THORNTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
THORNTON, James:

THORNTON, John:

THORNTON, Louisa J. (1821- ): m'd 1845 STEWART, James H.

THORNTON, Mary:

THORNTON, Rebecca:

THORNTON, Richard R. (1827-1872): m'd 1853 HOLCOMB, Eliza; settled DLC in Polk Co; born Clark Co., OH, died The Dalles, Wasco Co., OR; m'd June 5, 1853 Polk Co., Oregon Territory, Eliza Holcomb, granddaughter of Matthew and Sarah (Elmore) Sparks.

TICE, Isaac: m'd [], Elizabeth

*19: TITUS, E: driver for Stewart family

TOWNSEND, Job (1826-1856): m'd 1853 PETTIJOHN, Mary

*4: TREWITT, Victor:

TUCKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TUCKER, Benjamin (1818-1897): m1. 11 Dec 1845 TUCKER , Polly; m2. 07 Nov 1874 TUCKER, Mary; note: the last names of both of these wives show as Tucker in the marriage records.  It is assumed the second Mrs. Tucker is probably her married name.  It may be true of the first Mrs. Tucker as well since she may actually be a second wife.  Benjamin has a son, John born c 1843 according to the 1850 census records.  The census could be in error or there may have been another wife.    Extensive research would be necessary to document all the wives.

TUCKER, Charles H. (1847- ): s/o Benjamin and Polly (Tucker) Tucker

TUCKER, James:

TUCKER, John (1843- ): s/o Benjamin and Polly (Tucker) Tucker

TUCKER, John Jackson (1821- ): m'd 1844 CALLENDER, America

TUCKER, Polly (1828-bef 1874): m'd 11 Dec 1845 TUCKER, Benjamin

TUCKER, Samuel (1849- ): s/o Benjamin and Polly (Tucker) Tucker

TUCKER, William:

*18/*21: TURNER, James

TURPIN, Katherine:

TURPIN, Lee Morris:

TURPIN, Thomas T.: note, although found on some lists this is actually Terpen T. Thomas.

VANDERCOCK, Eliza: m'd 1835 COOKE, Edwin N.

VANDERCOOK, Eliza (20 Apr 1816-20 Aug 1900): m'd 05 Sep 1835 COOKE, Edwin Nathaniel; d/o Henry and Margery (Lester) Vancercook; buried Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

VANDERVERT FAMILY RESEARCHER: 
VANDERVERT, Charles H.: m'd 1833 NYE , Harriet

VANDUYN, I. (1837- )

VANDUYN, Isaac Lane : m'd MILES, Sally

VANHOOSER, Jane (1816-1895): m'd 15 Nov 1846 BELL, John Weeks; d/o Valentine and Sarah (Howard) VanHooser

VANNUYS, John: m'd [] , Catharine

*22: VAUGHN, William D. (1831- ): was hired as a hunter for the train; arrived via Barlow Road, reached Foster Farm in October; settled in Washington

VAWTER, William:

VEAZEY, Elisha (1823- ): m'd 1854 NEWSOM, Margaret Jane

VINCENT, R.:

VULGEMORE, Unity M. (1824- ): m'd NYE, Adam P.

WAHRUM, Henry: m'd [] , Catharine

WAITE, Edward M.:

WALKER, Gillum H.: m'd [] , Rhoda

WALKER, Mary J. (1828-1887): m'd 1849 RENSHAW, W. D.

WALKER, N. J.:

WALKER, Susan Isabella "Belle" (15 Mar 1834-19 Jan 1918): m'd 04 Aug 1852 COOKE, Joseph; d/o Daniel and Anna (Chandler) Walker; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon

"Educator, music teacher, poet, was born in Meridien, Conn., the daughter of Anna Chandler and Daniel Walker.  In 1851, she and her mother, in company with an uncle, the Rev. George C. Chandler, crossed the plains to Oregon, settling at Salem, where she married in 1852 to Joseph Cooke.  Living briefly on a donation land claim near Jefferson, they moved back to Salem, where she lived for 30 years, taught classes at Willamette University, in Clackamas County and at Astoria.  For several years she conducted a private school at Salem, taught music and art students, and served as first woman clerk in the Oregon Legislature.  She wrote and published one volume of verse, 1871, which merited some attention and by which she is best remembered.  Here home was a center for literary friends.  A second book of poetry was burned in manuscript form in the San Francisco fire.  She died at Newberg.  She had two children." [Dictionary of Oregon History by Howard McKinley Corning p. 61]

WALKER, William: m'd [] , Nancy

WALTER, Alpheus Alva: m'd NEVER MARRIED

WALTER, Eliza Amanda: m'd DELANY, Daniel Jr.

WALTER, Estella Jane: m'd ALEXANDER, W. F. Dr.

WALTER, Frank Marion: m'd HOWARD, Clara

WALTER, Fred Dayton: m'd ANDERSON, Terena

WALTER, George: m'd NEVER MARRIED

WALTER, Mabel Jerusha: m'd MILLER, George S.

WALTER, Mary Lurana Bell: m'd FOY, Hugh

WALTER, Nickerson: m'd NEVER MARRIED

WALTER, Ralph:

WALTER, Ralph (1817- ): m'd 1840 WALES, Catharine

WALTER, Rudama Aryann: m'd MILLER, William C.

WALTER, Sarah Taylor: m'd EWELL, Pleasant H.

WALTON, James:

WARD, James H.:

WARREN, Francis M.: m'd DYER, Elizabeth

WATKINDS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WATKINDS, William H.: one of Oregon's first wardens; helped abolish Oregon's iron boot; settled in Portland area

WEBSTER, George:

WEED, Elizabeth Clark (20 Oct 1813-20 May 1855): m'd 06 Nov 1833 GRAY, David D.; buried Wilson Blain Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon; [note that this cemetery is now farmland and privately owned.  The cemetery is on the David Gray DLC #43 and is sometimes confused with Union Point Cemetery]

WERMUTH,  Esther Jane (1827-1915): m1. b. 27 Feb 1827 NY; m1. HUNTLEY, Joseph David; m1. WOODS, John; died in CA

WESTACOTT, Louis (1820- ):

WHITAKER, Joseph:

*19: WHITE, [ ]: brother of Joseph and Margaret White; married with two sons (probably teenaged) and his wife; joined Spinning train about half way to OR

*19: WHITE, [ ]: brother of Joseph and Margaret White; unmarried; joined Spinning train about half way to OR

*19: WHITE, Ann Elizabeth (1836-1926): m'd BIGELOW, Daniel Richardson; d/o William and Margaret (Stewart) White . She was born 03 Nov 1836 in Illinois; died  08 Feb 1926 in Olympia, Thurston County, WA. 

*19: WHITE, Anson Slater (1848-1931): s/o William and Margaret (Stewart) White

WHITE, Charles F. (09 Jul 1815-23 Aug 1882): m'd 08 Sep 1842 BUCHANAN, Elizabeth; s/o Samuel and Theresa/Thirza (Gowing) White; settled Lewis County, Washington; buried Boisfort Cemetery, Boisfort, Lewis County, Washington

*19: WHITE, Elizabeth:

WHITE, Ellen:

*19: WHITE, George Washington (1846-1889): s/o William and Margaret (Stewart) White

WHITE, Henry (1811- ): m'd 1836 PIERSON, Charlotte

WHITE: Jasper Sylvanus. (1846- ): s/o Charles and Elizabeth (Buchanan) White

*19: WHITE, Joseph: widowed and traveling with two brothers and sister, Margaret White; joined Spinning train about half way to OR

*19: WHITE, Jerusha: m'd 1853 STEWART, Abraham Williamson; d/o Joseph White; joined Spinning train about half way to OR

*19: WHITE, Margaret (c1834- ):  m'd CHAMBERS, Andrew Jackson; traveled to OR with three brothers; joined Spinning train about half way to OR

*19: WHITE, Mary Ellen (1846-1915): d/o William and Margaret (Stewart) White

*19: WHITE, William Nathan Jr (1839-1893): s/o William and Margaret (Stewart) White

WHITSON, Benjamin F.: m'd [] , Eliza

WICKERSHAM, Frank:

WILES, Amanda (1847�) or (1849- ); d/o James WILES and Lucinda (the first census 1850 says she�s one, in 1860, she�s 13 on the census)

WILES, James (1826- ), m�d about 1847 Lucinda (1827- )

WILES, Lucinda: m'd WILES, James

WILES, Sarah E. (1850-1880); m�d 1864 Andrew J. TURPIN; d/o James WILES and Lucinda

WILHELM, George:

WILLIAMS, Elijah: m'd WATSON, Sarah Ann

WILLIAMS, George (1839- ):

WILLIAMS, Helen: m'd STRATTON, Milton A.

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, James Erwin. (08 Jul 1838-08 Mar 1882): m'd 08 Aug 1865 KING, Roscia; s/o Joseph and Huldah (Francis) Williams; returned to Illinois after death of father where he remained until 1876 when he moved to Nodaway County, Missouri; buried Indian Point Cemetery, Athens, Menard County, Illinois

WILLIAMS, James S.: m'd [] , Francis

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, Jeremiah Hitchcock (14 Nov 1839-17 May 1896): m'd 06 Sep 1866 SCOTT, Cynthia; s/o Joseph and Huldah (Francis) Williams; returned to Illinois after death of father where he remained; buried High Ridge Cemetery, Stanberry, Gentry County, Missouri

WILLIAMS, John ( -1851):

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, John Calvin (28 Dec 1846-1894 ): s/o Joseph and Huldah (Francis) Williams; returned to Illinois after death of father; buried Indian Point Cemetery, Athens, Menard County, Illinois

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, Joseph ( -1853): m'd 10 Nov 1836 FRANCIS, Huldah; wife died  10 Dec 1848 prior to emigration.  Joseph and his six sons started April 3, 1851 for Oregon; while exploring the country Joseph Williams was killed by Rogue river Indians in May 1853.  His brother, Colonel John Williams brought the children back to Springfield, Illinois

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, Newton Allen (17 Oct 1845 -1911 ): m'd 17 Oct 1871 COX, Mary Catherine "Kate".; s/o Joseph and Huldah (Francis) Williams; returned to Illinois after death of father where he remained until later moving near Maryville, Missouri; buried Indian Point Cemetery, Athens, Menard County, Illinois

WILLIAMS, Oliver C.:

WILLIAMS, R. Hon.:

WILLIAMS, Richard (1836- ):

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, Simeon Francis "Frank" (12 Jul 1841-17 Apr 1863 ): s/o Joseph and Huldah (Francis) Williams; returned to Illinois after death of father where he went to live with his uncle, Charles Francis, at Laporte, Indiana.  He enlisted in 1861 in the 20th Indiana Infantry and died of disease contracted in the army; buried Indian Point Cemetery, Athens, Menard County, Illinois

*18/*21: WILLIAMS, William Benjamin/Buck (29 May 1843-01 Dec 1950): m'd 01 Nov 1870 WHITNEY, Ann M. s/o Joseph and Huldah (Francis) Williams; returned to Illinois after death of father where he remained until 1876 when he moved to Nodaway County, Missouri; buried Indian Point Cemetery, Athens, Menard County, Illinois

WILLIAMSON, Jacob:

WILSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WILSON, G. W. (1824- ):

WILSON, James Thomas (c1850- ): m'd MARKS, Eliza Ann; s/o John and Mahala Wilson

WILSON, John (1813-1868): m'd 1835 SCOTT, Mahala; note family records listing 1833 wedding date are incorrect

WILSON, John:  m'd SCOTT, Mahala; emigrated with their ten children

WILSON, Miss: m'd BLACK, T. J.

WILSON, Nancy Ann: m'd 1845 SARGEANT, Philip

WILSON, Pryor:

WILSON, Robert: m'd FREMAN, Nancy

WILSON, Samuel (1812-1907): sister, Mary (Wilson) Cline was an emigrant of 1844

WITHERS, John Evan Price (1830- ): m'd 1854 GILLESPIE, Margaret

WOOD, Elizabeth: m'd MORSE, William B.

WOODBRIDGE, Nancy Merrick (06 Feb 1818-18 Jun 1889): m'd 04 Sep 1845 GEARY, Edward Ratchford; d/o Ebenezer and Electa (Hollister) Woodbridge; buried Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon; second wife of Edward Geary, husband sent to Oregon as Presbyterian missionary; arrived by ship

WOODFORD, Helen 1816- ): m'd COLVIG, William L. Dr.

WOODWARD, Elijah: m'd ADAMS, Amelia

WOODWARD, Elizabeth: m'd 1849 WOODWARD, Luther L.

WOODWARD, Luther L.: m'd 1849 , Elizabeth

WRIGHT, Sarah Catharine (1827- 1891): m'd 1842 MCCULLOUGH, Commodore Perry; resided in Yamhill County through the 1870 census but by 1880 is found living with her husband and family in Wasco county.   She was the mother of  nine children (Martha, Robert, John, Mary, Louisa, Eva, F. Alice. A. Cora and M. Susan.)  Sarah died 29 Aug 1891 and is buried at the Star #23 Rebekah Community Cemetery (aka IOOF) at Dufur, Wasco Co, OR

WRIGHT, Silas:

YATER, James T.:

YATES, William: m'd [] , Sarah

YOCUM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
YOCUM, Allen:

YOCUM, Eliza: m'd BRADFORD, Allen

YOCUM, Evelyn: m'd BROWN, James H.

YOCUM, Franklin (1820- ): m'd 1842 DARNELL, Nancy Jane

YOCUM, Hathaway:

YOCUM, James P.: s/o Jacob and Mary (Booth) Yocum

YOCUM, Marilla J.: m'd CARTER, David

YOCUM, Perlina/Paulina (1807-1893): m'd STUMP, Cuthbert; originally settled in Clackamas Co; died in Columbia Co per Rose Terry Caudle at RMTerry@prodigy.net

YOCUM, Rebecca:

YOCUM, Samuel: s/o Jacob and Mary (Booth) Yocum

YOCUM, William: s/o Jacob and Mary (Booth) Yocum

YOUNG, Eliza Jane (1826-1892): m'd  17 Sep 1843 RICHARDSON, William Winston; d/o James Young; born 01 Jul 1826 KY and died 07 Apr 1892 Linn Co, OR buried Franklin Butte Cemetery, Scio, OR ; mother of 11 children (Emeline, James Asher, Sarah E., Margaret Adeline, Elijah Harrison, Orpha, Marion, Abraham Lincoln, Mary A., Louis Winston and Marshall Nay)

YOUNG, Ely:

YOUNG, George W. (1828- ): m'd SIMONS, Clarinda

YOUNG, Mary Ann (1828-1868): m'd Feb 1845 RICHARDSON, George Washington; d/o James Young; born 04 Jul 1828 KY and died 18 Oct 1868 Polk Co, OR; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR; mother  9 children  (William S., Lewis C., Isaac Newton, George Washington, James W., Benjamin Franklin, Sarah A. and John R.)

YOUNG, Melinda: m'd CLELEN, John H.

YOUST, Rachel: m'd 1836 JOHNSON, Lewis

ZIEBER, Albert (1830- ): m'd 1858 MANOR, Charlotte

ZIEBER, Ella (1835- ):

ZIEBER, Eugenia (1833-1862): m'd BUSH, Asahel

ZIEBER, John Shunk (1803-1878): m'd 1825 SLOAN, Eliza

ZIEBER, John Shunk (1840- ):

ZIEBER, Octavia (1838- ):

ZIEBER, Zula (1843-1870):

ZIMMERMAN, Jacob: m'd [] , Sebaldin

ZINN, Mary Ann: m'd LEASURE, John

ZUMWALT, Andrew Jackson:

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