Emigrants to Oregon in 1852
Surnames J-Q

compiled by Stephenie Flora
oregonpioneers.com
copyright 2009

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The emigration year of 1852 stands out as the year of illness and death on the trail for humans and animals alike.  Most of the human toll was the result of cholera.  While the diaries often suggest that the cattle died from an imaginary disease called "hollow horn", it is thought by some experts that the loss of cattle was actually due to anthrax with the stress of the journey as a contributing factor.  

The diaries and journals available for that year mention seeing wagons "as far as the eye can see" both ahead and behind.  While it has been estimated that over 10,000 adventurous souls started out for Oregon in 1852, an accounting of how many actually arrived is hard to determine.  It is thought that as many as 1,000 may have turned back.  Death definitely took a toll and then there were those who, at the last minute, turned off for California.  The emigrants going to California that year was estimated at upwards of 50,000.

Indians were not as troublesome in 1852 as some of the other years.  This was due, in part, to a treaty that was engineered by Thomas Fitzpatrick "Broken Hand" in 1851.  The size of the emigration also no doubt had a bearing.  Trains were traveling so close to each other that it provided extra security.

Most of the trains for 1852 were small in size due to the difficulty in finding water, camping spots and feed for the cattle.  A larger train was simply too hard to manage.  Most companies were made up of family and friends with single men hired to drive wagons and assist with the cattle.  Assuming that a train consisted of  50 or fewer individuals it would mean that there were at least 200 separate trains headed for Oregon.  And this would not account for the approximately 1000 companies headed for California.

As I compile the listing for 1852 I welcome any additions and corrections you care to make.  I can be contacted at the email address at the bottom of this page.

Diaries, Journals and Reminiscences of the 1852 Emigration

 **Note: death information in brackets  marked with RR was provided by Richard Rieck,  Professor Emeritus, Western Illinois Univ who has spent many years researching deaths on the Oregon Trail.

Captains of 1852

*1) Capt. Alvin Clark company consisted of about 28 individuals. The company left Council Bluffs May 8 and arrived at Oregon City October 2, 1852.  There were 3 deaths in this company.

*2a)  Akin Company left Salem, Henry Co, Iowa 17 Apr 1852. The company traveled closely with other family groups including the Richey train.  They arrived at Kanesville, Iowa May 8, 1852 and left from there.  Their journey has been documented and compiled by Mike Booth and is available in the Akin Diary he has contributed. At least for a portion of the journey they were joined by a group led by Newton D. Gilham (see #26)
 *2b) Caleb Richey Company left Henry County, Iowa April 1852 and traveled closely with the Booth train.

*3) Capt John Metzker, originally an emigrant of 1848 returned east and led a party of family and friends to OR in 1852. There were 22 wagons in the group.

*4) McCully Train was compiled and published by Sanford and Sally Wilbur. Their web site features many of the names on the McCully Train

*5) Capt. Daviess Gibson, originally emigrant of 1849, led party of 40 wagons that included family and friends

*6) Forgey group as compiled by Richard Schack

*7) Capt. Calvin T. Hales party originating in McDonough Co, IL

*8) Overland diary of Lafayette Spencer (The Annals of Iowa, Vol VIII #4 (January 1908) p304-310 contains the 1852 diary of Lafayette Spencer.  His group left VanBuren Co, IA on May 11th and reached Portland, OR on Oct 26, 1852

*9) Capt. Jacob Jones left Northfield, Boone Co, IN on March 2, 1852 leading a caravan of 52 covered wagons drawn by ox-teams. There were 46 people on the train (This is the only number I found).  All the wagons but one belonged to the family.  Each wagon was drawn by three or four yoke of oxen, that would be over one hundred fifty.  They started from Indiana and crossed the Missouri River at Council Bluffs, taking the Oregon Trail up the Platte River, and after a six month journey they arrived at The Dalles on September 28, remaining there until December.  ....  On the trip to Oregon they lost five members to cholera.  Those who died were Lydia  JONES (1`844-1852); Mrs. Cynthia Ann JONES died 26 June 1852; Mrs. Sarah  JONES; Mark Dugan JONES; William Lemley JONES (buried near The Dalles)"; source:  Paul Rekow's Family Tree http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=paulrekow; contributed by Ken Robinson, Rancho Cordova, CA, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=kenskin39.
Note per Ken Robinson: I'm not quite sure how "46 people" - including children - managed 52 wagons.  I'm suspicious of the math.  Any additional information would be appreciated.

*10) Davis Train

*11) Capt. Anson Goodrich headed up a train that started at Lima, Rock County, WI., joined April 3, 1852 with train consisting of Crandall and Coon families who had left Lima, Rock Co, Wi on Mar 29, 1852; joined May 2 by Haywood, McGraw and Kinney families; arrived at Kanesville, IA May 18th; June 4 joined by 4 more wagons making 14 wagons and 30+ men; July 6 Independence Rock; July 13 South Pass; July 29 Fort Hall [Covered Wagon Women, Vol 5, p.173-206 Polly Crandall Coon Diary]

*12) Capt. Gaebhart:; train left Osage Co, MO 11 Apr 1852 with ten wagons, later joined by others making 40 wagons and 60 able bodied men; 1/4 of train later turned of for California 1852 Reminiscences of John G. Abbott

*13) Capt James Wood led the  company that included the Koontz, and Wood famillies.  They left from  Kanesville, IA  19 May 1852.  Their story and the members of theis company are documented in  Wagons From Wapello   by Dennis M. Larsen & Ken Keigley

*14) Capt. Joseph McMillen started from Illinois leading a party of eight wagons (one that was cutting off for California) that included the Adams, McMillen, Miller, Wilson, Raymond and Blank families.  The company arrived at Council Bluffs June 3, 1852. June 18 they had eight wagons, 16 men, 10 ladies + children. On August 18, 1852 in Snake river country they joined six wagons led by Capt. Benjamin Hyland for added protection through Indian country.  It made 14 wagons and 32 able bodied men. [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5; Diary of Cecelia (McMillen) Adams and Parthenia (McMillen) Blank]; On September 21 Joseph McMillen, John Stowell and Mr. Raymond left the company along with eleven others to pack to The Dalles.  The diary makes note of passing 390+ graves along the trail but only mentions the names of four of them..  Also notes that on June 26 a fight broke out in camp between a man and his son-in-law.  They were asked to leave the company with their families.  Five days later the older man was ill and on July 2 it states"the sick man is dead this morning.  Wrapped him in bed clothes and layed him in the ground without any coffin".  [The family name was never given].  The company arrived at The Dalles Oct 24, 1852.

*15) Capt. Benjamin S. Hyland had company of six wagons from Plainfield, IL. On Aug 18, 1852, in Snake river country they joined eight wagons led by Capt Joseph McMillen for added protection through Indian country. It made 14 wagons and 32 able bodied men. Mentioned in Cecelia Adams and Parthenia Bland diary [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5; Diary of Cecelia (McMillen) Adams and Parthenia (McMillen) Blank]

*16)Capt. John Franklin Adams led train of friends and family members from Grandview Twp, Louisa Co, IA.  This is train is being researched by Jim Cook (see researcher page for his contact information)

*17) Richey Company left Salem, Henry Co, IA  in April 1852; families included Hoskins,Hobson, Smith; part of Akin party *2

*18) Capt John Tucker Scott left from Groveland, Tazewell Co, IL April 2, 1852.  On April 24 they were joined by a company led by Isaac "Stull" Swearingen of Vermillion Co, IL  The party arrived at St. Joseph, MO May 10th where they were joined by a group of men from Groveland who had gone ahead to accompany their shipment of provisions.  Also joining at that time was a small company from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL. On May 28th they arrived at Fort Kearney with a company consisting of 12 wagons, 52 men, women and children, 113 oxen and 12 horses; May 28 arrived at Ft. Kearney; June 9 Ash Hollow, June 18 Ft. Laramie, June 29 Independence Rock, July 19 Soda Springs, July 23 Ft. Hall, Aug 3 Salmon Falls, Sept 4 Blue Mountains, Sept 20 Barlows Gate, Sept 28 reach Foster's Farm.  Documented over 160 graves along the way. [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5 p.21-173 Journal and Letters of Scott Family]

*20): Clifton Read company left Marengo, IL 19 Apr 1852; arrived Kanesville,IA 19 May 1852, June 23 Chimney Rock, July `10 Independence Rock; July 19 South Pass, Aug 4, Soda Springs; Aug 10, Fort Hall, Sept 21 Blue Mountains

*21): Capt. Mercer Thompson train started from Newton Co, MO Mar 20, 1852 and consisted of approximately 100 adults.

*22) Powell Train

*23) Hinkle Train originating in Perry Co, MO arrived in Oregon in Oct 1852.

*24) Jones Family Train; captained by Jacob Jones this train consisted of 49 known individuals, all family members with the exception of 7 individuals.  The train started from Northfield, Indiana, on the 15th of March, 1852, and reached The Dalles, Oregon, on the 19th of September. This list has been compiled by family researcher Willard Anderson.  He graciously shared the information with me for the benefit of others interested in this family.

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

*26) Capt Newton D. Gilham led a train from Macoupin Co, IL that consisted of about 20 wagons and 70 people.  Along with his family it included the families of Jesse Moreland, Mitchell Owen, Francis Robinson, Samuel Nelson and Woodford Reams.

*27) Robbins Train of 1852 compiled by Kevin Mittge

*28) Capt. Robert B. Crawford led a party consisting of 111 individuals.  It encluded 84 families and 27 single men.  They left from St. Joseph, Missouri May 9.  As with most of the larger companies, members split off, rejoined and sometimes split again.  By the end of the journey there was as much as 50 miles separating the various wagons of the train

*29)  Three Wagons Trains from Arkansas by Don Guenther consisted of three trains that split and went different routes.  There were a number of different captains along the way.  Names include Tigard, Harer, Winn, Ingram and numerous others.

*SR = Southern Route

 

Emigrants to Oregon in 1852

Surnames J-Q

 

Note: all female members of the emigration will be listed by maiden name, if known, even if they were married at the time of emigration.

JACK, Andrew J. ( -1915):

JACKSON, Edward (1830- ):

JACKSON, Francis:

JACKSON, George

JACKSON, Henry (1837-1926):

JACKSON, Henry Harrison (1840-1918):

JACKSON, Henry P. (1830- ):

JACKSON, John M. (1818-1855): m'd 1842 [   ], Margaret

JACKSON, John Taylor (1840-1916):

Jonathan JACKSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JACKSON, Jonathan Henry (1810-c1885): m'd 1835 WEST, Ann; born in Kennebec, Maine; by 1855 was living in Wasco County;
"Jonathan Jackson was a millwright and did concrete work, stone and setting machinery, etc. They lived in Sheboygan,Wisconsin and two or three other places. Mother was born in Medina County, Ohio.  In 1852 the call of more mills to build drew grandfather across the plains to Oregon. He did not come as a farmer so used good horses, a comfortable spring wagon, and brought only his special tools"

JACKSON, Margaret: m'd 1842 JACKSON, John M.; maiden name unknown at this time

JACKSON, Phebe Marie (1840-1920): m'd 1857 HUMASON, Orlando; d/o Jonathan and Ann (West) Jackson; born in Medina County, Ohio

JACKSON, Sarah (1827-1891): m'd HENDRICSON, William Firman

JACKSON, Sarah (c1798- ):  m'd 02 Jan 1822 ALLEN, Alfred (1803-1875): mother of six children including (2 unnamed daughters, one unnamed son, Barton H., Benjamin F. and William M.); resided in Warren Co, Illinois prior to emigration to Oregon; shown in 1860 Klicitat Co, Washington census and 1870 Halsey, Linn Co, OR census; was reportedly a cousin to President Andrew Jackson

JACKSON, William H. (1819- ):

JACKSON, W.R. ( -1852): died on plains

JACOBS, Abram Okey (1814-1870): m'd 1848 [   ], Rebecca

JACOBS, Nancy (1834-):

JACOBS, Orange (1837-1914): m'd 1858 DAVENPORT, Lucinda

JACOBS, Rebecca (1831-1899): m'd 1848 JACOBS, Abram Okey; maiden name unknown at this time

JACOBS, William P. (1826- ):

JAMES, Andrew J. (1834- ):

JAMES, Annie (wife of Armenius Cary) (1808-1884) d/o David & Mary (Bowen) James; born 3 Mar 1808 Claiborne CO, TN; died 13 Dec 1884 Crawfordsville, Linn, OR

JAMES, Benton (1836- ): s/o Berry and Pieta James:

JAMES, Berry (1811- ): m'd 1831 [   ], Piety Rose

JAMES, Charity (1842- ): d/o Berry and Pieta James:

JAMES, Ira (1848- ): s/o Berry and Pieta James:

JAMES, Martin (1818- ):

JAMES, Miles (1847-1913) s/o Berry and Pieta James:

JAMES, Mr. ( -1852): m'd READ, Nancy; died on trail

JAMES, Nancy ( -1852): m'd FANNING, Levi; died on trail; mother of 2 dau and 1 son

JAMES, Piety Rose: m'd 1831 JAMES, Berry

JAMES, Pollyanna (1832- ): d/o Berry and Pieta James

JAMES, Sarah J. (1840- ): d/o Berry and Pieta James:

JAMES, Thomas F. (1827-1897): m'd [   ], Sophia S.

JAMES, W. H. (1846- ): m'd 1869 HINSHAW, Sarah

JAMISON, Albert B. (1817- ):

JARRED, Ulysses (c1826- ): m'd 1844 LEIGHT, Nancy

JARVIS, Susannah Rose ( -1852): m'd BANKS, Thomas Baxter; died in Linn Co shortly after arrival in September

JASPER, Merrell (1827- ): m'd  1853 [   ], Nancy Jane

JASPER, William C. (1834- ): m'd 1854 OWNBEY, Mary

JEFFERY, E.J.:

JEFFRIES, Thomas S. (1818- ): m'd 1849 NICHOLS, Susan R.

JENKS, James:

JENNE, Lemuel L. (1821- ): m'd 1847 BUCKLEY, Susan E.

JENNINGS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JENNINGS, ( -1903): m'd 1853 COOPER, Artemisia; settled on Sauvies Island; resided in Polk Co 1854-1860; 1860-1885 farmed and ranched in Douglas Co; 1885;1885 became hotel keeper in Grants Pass; retired in 1897

JENNINGS, Charles H.:

JEROME, [   ]:

JETTE, A. (1825- ):

JOB, Rosena: m'd 1830 JOB, Samuel

JOB, Samuel (c1809- ): m'd 1830 [   ], Rosena

JOHN, F.A. (1843- ):

JOHN, Summerel A. ( -1919):

JOHNS, Jacob:

JOHNS, W.W. ( -1919):

JOHNSON, Archibald (1833- ): m'd [   ], Cynthia E.

JOHNSON, Boone: m'd 1852 HINK, [   ]; m'd on trail

JOHNSON, Charity ( -1852): m'd JOHNSON, John M.; maiden name unknown at this time

JOHNSON, Christopher (1812- ):

JOHNSON, David ( -1852): died on trail

JOHNSON, Elizabeth A.: JOHNSON, Zachariah; maiden name unknown at this time

JOHNSON, Hannah (1836-1933):

JOHNSON, Hannah ( -1939):

JOHNSON, Horatio V. V. (1823- ): m'd 1850 BUSHNELL, Mary J.; m2. 1868 HERRICK, Julia (BUSHNELL)

JOHNSON, Infant (1852-1852): c/o John and Mary (Hamlin) Johnson; died on the trail

JOHNSON, Jacob: step son of Hall Emery  

JOHNSON, John D. (1821- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Mary Jane

JOHNSON, John M. ( -1852):

JOHNSON, John W. (1820-aft 1871 ): m'd 1843 HAMLIN, Mary (1823-1854); children included (Mary Catherine Johnson b. 1847, d. 1887, m. 1863 William Clarendon Butler [1832-1922] son of Joel A Butler & (unknown) Morrison;  Sarah Jane Johnson b. about 1853, d. 1889, m. 1875 William George Breeding [1847-d. 1924], son of John H Breeding & Elizabeth A Ragsdale; Unknown infant, b. 6/4 1852, d. 1852 on the Oregon Trail)

JOHNSON, Mary Catherine (1846- ): d/o John and Mary (Hamlin) Johnson

JOHNSON, Mary Jane: m'd 1845 JOHNSON, John D.; maiden name unknown at this time

JOHNSON, Richard: m'd GRAVES, Milbrey; parents of 7 children

JOHNSON, Rufus (1830- ):

JOHNSON, Samuel Boone. (1833-1916): m'd 02 May 1852 HINK, Hannah J.; s/o Josiah and Hannah Charity (DeHart) Johnson; born 05 Feb 1833 MO/VA; settled Clackamas and Multnomah County, OR; died 01 Jul 1916 Gresham, Multnomah Co, OR; last years were spent as an invalid; father of eleven children (Samuel, Mary Jane, Martha Ellen, Charles F., Dora O., Louise Hester, William Hubbard, John Henry, Edward Robert, Earl and Jenny)

JOHNSON, Samuel S. (c1850- ): s/o John and Charity Johnson; parents died on trail

JOHNSON, Sarah (1827-1861): m'd 1845 HATTON, William Shannon; d/o Friend and Nancy (Lindsey) Johnson; settled with husband and family at Clark Co, WA where she became the mother of three additional children (Nancy E. 1854-1941; Alonzo E. 1856-1915; Harriet Dorinda 1858-1940). Sarah died in Clark County, WA in 1861

JOHNSON, William (1833-1856):

JOHNSON, William R. "Blackhawk" (1824-1901): m'd STEWARD, Delphine D. (d. 1869); m2. 1882 SHUMWAY, Mary; s/o Richard and Milbrey (Graves) Johnson; father of 10 children by fist marriage and two by second marriage

JOHNSON, Zachariah: m'd 1849 [   ], Elizabeth A.

JOHNSTON, A. H.:

JOHNSTON, Herod (1816- ): m'd 1842 LASK, Rhoda

Jacob JONES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*24) JONES, Abraham  (1818-  ),  m'd  1848 DAVENPORT, Elizabeth  (1830-    ); s/o of Jacob and Elizabeth  (Calvert) Jones

*24) JONES,  Abraham  (1844-1909),  s/o  Isaac and  Anna  S.  (Guge) Jones

JONES, Andrew J. (1832- ):

JONES,  Christina  (1849-    ),  d/o  Lewis and Cynthia Ann  (Stipp) Jones

JONES, D. M. (1839- ):

JONES, David (1799-c1860): m'd 1834 [   ], Rebecca F.

JONES, Elihu King: s/o Justus and Lois (Hastings) Jones

*24) JONES, Elizabeth: d/o George and Sarah (Neiswanger) Jones

JONES, Elizabeth: m'd 1847 JONES, James F.; maiden name unknown at this time

JONES,  Elizabeth  "Lizzie" (1847-    ),  d/o  Jacob and Susan Perlina (Miller) Jones Jr.

JONES, Esther Jane: m'd 1850 JONES, Silas M.

JONES, George H. (1822- ):

*24) JONES, George: s/o Jacob and Jane (Guge) Jones

*24) JONES,  George Wallace  (1837-1915), m1, NIESWANGER, Sarah ( -1852); m2. 1871  DIXON, Amanda Louisa (1851-    ), s/o Jacob and Catherine (Danes) Jones

*24)  JONES, Harvey : s/o Jacob and Jane (Guge) Jones

JONES, Henry (1827- ): m'd 1851 RUDD, Mary J.

*24) JONES, Henry: ; s/o Jacob and Jane (Guge) Jones

*24) JONES, Isaac (1816-1893), m'd   GUGE,  Anna  S.  (1820-  ); s/o of Jacob and Elizabeth (Calvert) Jones

JONES, J.H. (c1833-1895):

*24) JONES, Jacob  (1794-1866) m1. CALVERT, Elizabeth (1793-1829); m2. DANES, Catherine ; m3. GUGE/GOUGE, Jane H. (1819- )

JONES, James: from WI

JONES, James F. (1827- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Elizabeth

*24) JONES, James: s/o Isaac and Anna (Guge) Jones

JONES,  James  N.  (1845-    ),  s/o  Jacob and Susan Perlina (Miller) Jones Jr.

JONES,  James   W.  (1821-    ); s/o of Jacob and Elizabeth (Calvert) Jones

JONES, James W. (1824- ):

JONES, John (1835- ): m'd 1854 Retherford, Lydia

JONES, John ( -1852): died on trail

JONES,  John  (1850-    ),  s/o  Jacob and Susan Perlina (Miller) Jones Jr

*24) JONES, John (1813-1901), m'd  1841 IMBLER, Louisa Ellen "Eliza Clarissa" (1820-after 1880); s/o of Jacob and Elizabeth (Calvert) Jones

JONES,  John  (1845-    ):  s/o  Isaac and  Anna  S.  (Gouge) Jones

JONES, John H. ( -1906): m'd 1864 OSBORNE, Jane Catherine; s/o Justus and Lois (Hastings) Jones

JONES, John W. (1842-1896): m'd 1863 SHORT, Emma; s/o Lewis and Mary (McAlpin) Jones

*24) JONES, Joseph: s/o George and Sarah (Neiswanger) Jones

JONES, Justus (1807- ): m'd c 1831 HASTINGS, Lois

JONES, Lewis (1809- ):

*24) JONES,  Lewis  (1823- ):  m'd  STIPP, Cynthia  Ann  (1826-26 June 1852, Oregon Trail); s/o of Jacob and Elizabeth (Calvert) Jones

JONES, Louisa: m'd 1840 JONES, John; maiden name unknown at this time

JONES, Louisa Jane (1846-1896): m'd 1865 EBERHARDT, J. George W.;

JONES,  Lydia  (1851- ),  d/o  Isaac and  Anna  S.  (Gouge) Jones

*24) JONES, Lydia ( -1852): d/o Jacob and Jane (Guge) Jones ; died on trail

*24) JONES, Lydia: d/o Isaac and Anna (Guge) Jones

JONES, Lydia Ball ( -1883): m'd 1841 BOWLBY, Dr. Wilson; settled in Washington Co; native of New Jersey, mother of three children (John Q.A., Theodore F., Sarah W.)

*24) JONES, Margaret  (1847- before 1900):  d/o John  and Louisa Ellen (Imbler) Jones

JONES,  Margaret  Jane  (1827-1919):   m'd  IMBLER, Needham  (1820-1897); d/o of Jacob and Elizabeth (Calvert) Jones

*24) JONES, Mark: s/o Jacob and Jane (Guge) Jones

*24) JONES, Mary: d/o George and Sarah (Neiswanger) Jones

*24) JONES,  Mary  (1852-    ),  d/o  Abraham and Elizabeth (Davenport) Jones

*24) JONES,  Mary  Emeline  "Nancy" (1845-  ):  d/o John  and Louisa Ellen (Imbler) Jones

JONES, Mary J.: m'd 1851 JONES, Henry; maiden name unknown at this time

JONES,  Mary  Jane  (1844-    ):  d/o  Jacob and Susan Perlina (Miller) Jones Jr.

JONES, Mary Jane: m'd 1846 JONES, William B.; maiden name unknown at this time

*24) JONES, Nancy: d/o George and Sarah (Neiswanger) Jones

JONES, Nancy: m'd O'Conner, [   ]; m2. FLEMMING, Henry H.

*24) JONES,  Nelson  Dugan  (1848-1935),  s/o  Isaac and  Anna  S.  (Gouge) Jones

*24) JONES,  Nicholas  (1845-    ),  s/o  Isaac and  Anna  S.  (Guge) Jones

JONES, Ralph L. (1819-1916):

JONES, Rebecca F.: m'd 1834 JONES, David

*24) JONES, Samuel ( -1852) traveled with Jacob Jones train; died on Columbia River

JONES, Sarah (1932- ): m'd DUDLEY, [   ]

JONES, Sarah Ann: m'd 1845 POWERS, Edwin; maiden name unknown at this time

*24) JONES,  Sarah  J.  (1851-    ),  d/o  Abraham and Elizabeth JONES 

*24) JONES,  Sarah  Caroline  (1843-1888),  d/o John  and Louisa Ellen (Imbler) Jones

JONES, Silas M. (1824- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Esther Jane

JONES, Stokely Lawson (1812-1898): m'd 1840 Julia McAlister

JONES, Submit: m'd BURK, Marshall B.; husband came in 1851

*24) JONES, Susannah: d/o George and Sarah (Neiswanger) Jones

*24) JONES,  William  (1839-    ),  s/o  Isaac and  Anna  S.  (Guge) Jones

JONES, William B. (c1826- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Mary Jane

*24) JONES, William David (1845- ): s/o Lewis and Cynthia (Stipp) Jones; mother died on the trail

*24) JONES,  William  Lemley  (1851-1852):  s/o John  and Louisa Ellen (Imbler) Jones; died on trail in the Cascades

*18) JORDAN, John:  from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL; joined party at St. Joseph, MO; traveling with John McDonald, who later drowned in Snake River while attempting to herd cattle across; left Scott party Aug 2nd

JORDAN, John D.:

JORDAN, John H. ( -1915):

JOSLIN, Benjamin (1832-1903): died at Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Marion Co, OR

JOSLIN, John (1832- ):

JOSLYN, Andrew J. Rev. (1841-1920):

JOY, George W. ( -1852): m'd [   ], Mary; died on trail

JOY, Mary (1835- ): m'd JOY, George W.; maiden name unknown at this time

JOY, Warren (1830- ):

JUDD, William W. (1813- ):

JUDKINS, Edward D. (1828- ):

JUDKINS, Susanna: m'd 1844 JUDKINS, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

JUDKINS, Thomas (1803- ): m'd 1844 [   ], Susann

JUDY, George H. (1827- ): m'd 1855 [   ], Nancy Jane

JUNKINS, Anthony C. (1819- ): m'd 1841 MABY, Margaret Ann

JUSTICE, Isaac B. (1831- ): m'd 1854 [   ], Mary A.

KAUBLE, Oliver (1831- ):

KAUFFMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:

*16) KAUFFMAN, Catherine (1849-1923): m'd 25 Nov 1866 BUCKMAN, Thomas; d/o John and Elizabeth (Manning) Kauffman; born 01 May 1849 Manor, Lancaster Co, PA and died March 1923;

*16) KAUFFMAN, Christian Frederick (1834- ):

*16) KAUFFMAN, Isaac Benjamin (1846-1920): m'd 1873 FROST, Louisa; s/o John and Elizabeth (Manning) Kauffman; born 10 Sep 1846 Manor, Lancaster Co, PA and died 21 Oct 1920 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of three children (Florence F., Elsie W. and Carrol F.); lived in Washington, Clackamas, Marion and Multnomah Counties; wife died in 1885 in Marion County of consumption and it appears that Isaac did not remarry

*16) KAUFFMAN, Jacob  M.(1842-1910): m'd c1870 ROBBINS, Melissa A.; s/o John and Elizabeth (Manning) Kauffman; born 24 Oct 1842 Manor, Lancaster Co, PA and died 11 Feb 1910 Ritzville, Adams Co, WA (note that death date is shown by descendants but Jacob is listed in April 1910 census); moved to WA between 1870 and 1880 census; father of seven children (Anna, Herbert C., Ada L., Ethel, Constant, Clyde and Leslie Wilmot)

*16) KAUFFMAN, John Stuben (1817-1867): m'd 16 Dec 1840/1 MANNING, Elizabeth; born 1817 Lancaster Co, PA and died 06 Aug 1867 Tualatin, Washington Co, OR; father of nine known children (Jacob M., Ann Elizabeth, Isaac Benjamin, Catherine, Martha, Sonora, Sarah Ann, Mary Amanda and Lewis Andrew)

*16) KAUFFMAN, Martha (1851-1931): m'd 04 Jan 1877 MOORE, Charles William; d/o John and Elizabeth (Manning) Kauffman; born 25 Jun 1851 Fort Wayne, Allen Co, IN and died 02 Jul 1931 Trout Lake, Klickitat Co, WA; mother of five children (Anna Belle, Mary Elizabeth, Fred C., Edward E and John L.)

KAYLOR, Harriet: m'd 1850 KAYLOR, Henry F.

KAYLOR, Henry F. (1823- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Harriet

KAYS, James A.:

KAYS, James M. (1832- ): m'd 1856 HEADRICK, Sarah Margaret

KAYS, John A. (1806-1884): m'd HEADRICK, Frances H.

KAYS, John S. (1831- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Rebecca

KAYS, Olive (1842-1915): m'd DURBIN, Isaac

KAYS, Rebecca: m'd 1851 KAYS, John S.; maiden name unknown at this time

KEAN, Elizabeth: m'd 1841 COLE, Chauncey

KEATING, Robert (c1835- ):

*8) KECK, Henry:

*8) KECK, Sloan:

KEENEY, James:

KEILER, Ebenezer (1835- ):

KEITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KEITH, Catherine: m'd IRVINE, John; d/o Warren Keith

KEITH, Elzorah: d/o Warren and Sandra (Boaz) Keith

KEITH, Margaret E.: m'd DAVIS, Thomas Henry; d/o Warren Keith

KEITH, Warren Cash (1818- ): m'd BOAZ, Sandra Ann; settled in Wasco Co

KEITS, Elizabeth: m'd 1819 KEITS, Zachariah

KEITS, Zachariah (1781- ): m'd 1819 [   ], Elizabeth

KELLISON, [   ] ( -1852): died on trail

KELLOGG, Dr.:

KELLOGG, G. B. (1829- ):

KELLOGG, G.B. Mrs. (1830- ):

KELLOGG, J.B. ( -1912):

KELLOGG, John P.:

KELLUM, Andrew J.:

KELLUM, John W.:

KELLUM, Joseph (1794- ):

KELLY, Andrew (1833- ): m'd HAWLEY, Lydia

KELLY, Arthur (c1824- ):

KELLY, William Alexander (1828-1932):

KELTY, James (1802- ):

KELTY, James Monroe (1842-1919):

KELTY, John D. ( -1915): m'd 1855 HARVEY, Sarah E.

KEMP FAMILY RESEARCHER:    Bennette Family History
KEMP, Anne Eliza (1843-1914): m'd GOWDY, John Tucker "Teet"; d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp

KEMP, Delilah Frances (1847-1852): d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp; died on trail 14 June 1852

KEMP, John Anthony (1831-1903): m'd BUTSON, Sadie Ann; s/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp

KEMP, Louise Katherine "Kate" (1839-1929): m'd ADAIR, William Henry; d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp

KEMP, Martha Marie (1836-1911): m'd ADAIR, Elias Coleman Dr.; d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp; married on board the steamer Gazelle while enroute from Salem to Corvallis; husband was also emigrant of 1852

KEMP, Mary Amanda (1833-1921): m'd HARPER, Elias; d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp

KEMP, Sarah Elizabeth (1837-1923): m'd RIPPERTON, James A.; d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp

KEMP, Susan Jane (1829-1854): m'd KEYT, Ebenezer Conway; d/o William and Sarah (Newbill) Kemp

KEMP, William "Riley" (1803-1852): m'd NEWBILL, Sarah Glenn; died on trail 05 Sep 1852

KENDALL, John H. (1790- ): m'd 1823 [   ], Fanny

KENDALL, Fanny: m'd 1823 KENDALL, John H.; maiden name unknown at this time

KENDALL, William O. (1831- ):

KENDER, William ( -1896):

KENEDY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KENEDY, George W.: s/o William and Sarah (Richardson) Kenedy

KENEDY, James H.: m'd 1867 RUBLE, Florence; s/o William and Sarah (Richardson) Kenedy

KENEDY, Kenneth M.: s/o William and Sarah (Richardson) Kenedy

KENEDY, Richard L.: s/o William and Sarah (Richardson) Kenedy

KENEDY, Sarah A.: m'd 1860 CAMPBELL, Thomas; d/o William and Sarah (Richardson) Kenedy

KENEDY, William (1818-1900): m'd 1839 RICHARDSON, Sarah

KENEDY, William C.: m'd 1860 CAMPBELL, Cynthia Eliza; s/o William and Sarah (Richardson) Kenedy

KENNEDY, John Knox: m'd MCGUIRE, Sarah; was sheriff of Mahaska Co, IA; former Army officer stationed at Ft. Kearney; partnered with John McGuire, his wife's brother and reportedly led some trains west after the Indian wars

KENNEDY, Mary Catherine: m'd 1846 KENNEDY, Norval T.; maiden name unknown at this time

KENNEDY, Norval T. (1818- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Mary Catherine

KENNEDY, William C. ( -1913):

KENT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KENT, Benton M. (1853-1910): m'd 1868 RANDLE, Cynthia S.G.; s/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, Filena Annie (1844-1922): m'd 1908 RICHARDSON, John Champion; d/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, Harriet Jane (1839-1859): m'd 1858 WILLIS, William R.; d/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co,  later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, James (1828- ):

KENT, Lewis Dozier (1814-1857): m'd 1834 COLLARD, Nancy Anne; s/o Isaac and Lucy (Hopkins) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, Lorena Alice (1851-1937): m'd 1873 GAGE, William Washington; d/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, Lucinda Margaret (1837- ): m'd 1853 LASSATOR, John; d/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, Lucretia Virginia (1843-1893): m'd 1872 MADDEN, Cyrus; s/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENT, Mary Armenta (1841-1858): m'd 1857 STEWART, Jefferson; d/o Lewis and Nancy (Collard) Kent; settled in Polk Co, later moved to Douglas Co

KENWORTHY, John:

KERNS, Henry:

KERNS, Lois B.: m'd 1848 KERNS, William; maiden name unknown at this time

KERNS, Samuel Flemming(1833-1916): m'd 1868 CLAGGETT, Elizabeth Sophronia

KERNS, William (c1810- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Lois B.

KERR, Gideon G. (c1815- ):

KERR, Rachel Mathilda (1841-1920): m'd KERR, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

KESLING, C.B.:

KESLING, James W. (1832- ):

KESSLER, Anna (1799-1872): m'd 14 Oct 1820 AMES, Lowell Sr.; The Pioneer Ames Family by Mona Weibel

KIBBEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KIBBEY, Clarinda Cora (1835- ): m'd 1854 DUVAL, Lewis Howard; d/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, David (1806-1888): m'd 1827 WOMACK, Eliza; buried Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

KIBBEY, David (1849-1935): never married; s/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, James Allen (1847-1925): m'd 1869 DAVIS, Sarah Louise; s/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey; father of 13 children; lived in Kings Valley but later moved to Condon where he and his wife both died

KIBBEY, Martha (1838- ): m'd SEVIER, John Wasson per family records or m'd 1859 LEWIS, John per Polk Co Marriage Records; d/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, Mary Eliza (1845- ): m'd CLINE, Henry; d/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, Melissa (1842- ): d/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, Sarah (1830- ): m'd 1855 ANDREWS, James; d/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, Tignal (1833- ): m'd VIRGIN, Mary Eliza; s/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIBBEY, William A. (1840- ): never married; s/o David and Eliza (Womack) Kibbey

KIGHTLINGER, Mary J. ( -1896): m'd KIGHTLINGER, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

KIMBALL, Amanda: m'd 1837 KIMBALL, Ira; maiden name unknown at this time

KIMBALL, Ira (1798- ): m'd 1837 [   ], Amanda

KIMES, Lewis Ray Sr. ( -1852): died on trail

KIMES, Lewis Ray Jr. (1852- ): s/o Lewis Ray Kimes Sr.

KIMES, Mary E.: m'd 1867 COLLINS, James L.; d/o Lewis Ray Kimes Sr.

KINCAID, Mary: m'd 1822 KINCAID, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

KINCAID, Samuel (1801- ): m'd 1822 [   ], Mary

KINDER, Franklin P. (1828- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Rebecca Isabel; emigrated first in 1847

KINDER, Julianna: m'd 1845 KINDER, William; maiden name unknown at this time

KINDER, Rebecca Isabel: m'd 1851 KINDER, Franklin P.; maiden name unknown at this time

KINDER, Samuel:

KINDER, T.J.:

KINDER, William (1815- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Julianna

KING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KING, Harriet: m'd 1843 KING, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

KING, John Elliot (1850 MO 1910 OR) s/o Thomas George and Harriet (Downing) King

KING, (male) (1852 Oregon Trail 1852 buried on the plains) s/o Thomas George and Harriet (Downing) King

KING, Mary Elizabeth (1848 IA 1910 OR) d/o Thomas George and Harriet (Downing) King

*18) KING, Robert H. (1831- ):: owed $50 for his fare; was a farm hand to Tucker Scott in IL; born in PA; helped drive the camp equipage wagon and left by the Snake River August 15th, "To day (August 15) 5 of our company concluded to go on by water.  They accordingly fitted up two wagon beds for the purpose and launded them into the Snake, they seem to answer a good purpose and if no accident befalls them they will reach the dalles in ten days or less."  (They planned on floating to Fort Boise and then travel afoot on account of the river rapids and falls.  The party included John Dixon, Robert Dixon, Frank Gay, Robert King and George Burns.); first worked at Oregon City as a carpenter; died 29 Feb 1896 at Lafayette, OR; rejoined the Scotts after Fort Boise. He worked at a sawmill at Milwaukie, OR the first winter.

KING, Thomas George (1820 OH 1906 OR); md DOWNING, Harriet  (1826-1859); s/o Joshua and Rebecca (Lewis) King

KING, William Henry (1845 IA 1910 OR) s/o Thomas George and Harriet (Downing) King

*11) KINNEY, Antional (1845- ): s/o Giles and Delilah (Haywood) Kinney

*11) KINNEY, Giles: m'd HAYWOOD, Delilah

*11) Kinney, Miss: m'd HAYWOOD, Benjamin

*11) KINNEY, Rosetta (1842- ): d/o Giles and Delilah (Haywood) Kinney

KINZER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KINZER, F. M. Mrs. (1836-1921): m'd KINZER, [   ]

KINZER, Lewis Evermont (1824- ): m'd 1848 WOLF, Louisa M.; settled in Linn Co

KINZER, Lewis W. (1850-1922):

KIRBY, John B. (1808- ):

KIRK, James Allen (1834-1925):

KIRK, James Allen Mrs. (1836-1917):

KIRK, Lorenzo D. (1805- ): m'd 1830 [   ], Margaret

KIRK, Margaret ( -1855): m'd 1830 KIRK, Lorenzo D.; maiden name unknown at this time

KIRK, T.J. (1836-1926):

KIRK, W.F. (1839- ):

KIRK, William (1798- ): m'd c1820 EMMONS, Sarah

KIRKPATRICK, David (1820- ):

KIRKPATRICK, Sarah E.: m'd 1831 BROWN, John James

*16) KIRTS, Barbara (1821-1907): m1. 18 Feb 1845 IRELAND, Zephaniah (1820-1858); m2. 0 Nov 1859 MUNKERS, James Preston (1820-1890); d/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; settled in Washington Co, OR; born 14 Oct 1821 IN and died 28/30 Nov 1907 Scio, Linn Co, OR; the 1900 census states that she had no children

*16) KIRTS, Catherine (1837-1888): m'd 19 Jun 1859 EWING, William Day (1832-1915); d/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; born 04 Oct 1837 IN and died 01 Mar 1888; mother of four children (Mary Ellen Christine, Willis C., John Marion and Martha Ann)

*16) KIRTS, Christopher (1836- ): s/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtzl born 21 Sep 1836 IN; unknown if he emigrated with family or died prior to emigration

*16) KIRTS, Frances "Fanny" (1834-1897): m'd c1855 HARMS, Herman; d/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; born 13 Mar 1834 IN and died 08 Jan 1897 Mountaindale, Washington Co, OR; mother of nine children (Mary, John, William, Letitia, Margaret, Laura Mahala, Olive, Barbara and George)

*16) KIRTS, John Herman (1830-1905): m'd 06 Nov 1859 MARSH, Eunice (1838-1936); s/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; born 15 May 1830 IN and died 31 Oct 1905 McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR;buried Union Point Cemetery, Banks, Washington Co, OR; father of 18 children including (Charles W., William Ashberry, Vidella Angeline, Wilbur Sheridan, Levi Jay,  Edith Viola, Ezra A., Elva E., Jodel Lester, Hulda E. and Sarah Grace)

*16) KIRTS, Levi (1829-1852): s/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; born 29 Dec 1829 IN and died on the trail near Meacham, OR at what was referred to as Lee's Encampment

*16) KIRTS, Mary Elizabeth (1826-1899): m'd 08 Nov 1853 JOY, John Milton (1827-1896); d/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; born 24 Feb 1826 IN and died 1899 Scapoose, Columbia Co, OR; mother of four children (William, Ruben, Clara B. and Vestel); settled in Washington and Multnomah Counties

*16) KIRTS, Nancy B. (1834-1904): m1. 25 Aug 1853 MCNAMER, Noah Wheeler (1816-1864); m2. 17 Jul 1865 MCNAMER, Nehemiah Brice (1829-1877);  d/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirtz; born 07 Jan 1834 IN and died 20 Jun 1904 Forest Grove, Washington Co, OR; mother of five children by first marriage (Theodore Christopher, Elizabeth Louise, Lunetta, Loretta Josephine and Alice Sarah); mother of  four children by second marriage (Dona E., Blanche Frances, Isabelle and Converse William)

*16) KIRTS, Sarah (1827-1856): m'd 26 Sep 1849 IRELAND, Robert (1824-1887); d/o Zachariah and Elizabeth Kirts; born c1827 IN and died in Jan 1856 in Washington Co, OR leaving no known children

*16) KIRTS, Zachariah (1783-1861): m'd c1818 GRANGER, Elizabeth; born 16 Jan 1783/93 PA and died 06 Apr 1861 Washington Co, OR; buried Union Point Cemetery, Banks, Washington Co, OR; father of 14 children (William, Barbara, Jacob, Mahala, Mary Elizabeth, Sarah, Levi, John Herman, Frances, Nancy B., Christopher, Catharine, Samuel and Josephus)

KISER, Ann (c1827-1852): m'd KISER, Daniel; died on trail; maiden name unknown at this time

KISER, Daniel: m'd [   ], Ann

KISER, Elizabeth: m'd 1824 KISER, Jacob; maiden name unknown at this time

KISER, Jacob (1797- ): m'd 1824 [   ], Elizabeth

KISOR, A. E. (1846- ):

KISOR, George (1822-1896): m'd 1845 FREEL, Sarah Ann

KITTERMAN, William (1825- ): Wagons From Wapello

KLADY, C. L. ( -c1907):

KLADY, Jacob K. (1806- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Mary

KLADY, Mary: m'd 1850 KLADY, Jacob K.; maiden name unknown at this time

KNAGGS, George H. (1830- ):

KNAPP, J. B.:

KNAPP, Mrs. ( -1852): died on trail of cholera; husband and maiden name unknown at this time; in same party as Hathaway family

KNIGHT, Isaac N. ( -1907):

*24) KNIGHT, Nelson: traveled to Oregon with Jacob Jones Train

KNIGHT, P. S. Rev ( -1915): may be emigrant of 1853

KNIFONG, John Martin (1846-1895): m1. 10 Nov 1867 SHELDON, Learny Jane; m2. 15 Sep 1880 BUTTS, Sarah; s/o Joseph and Rhoda (Thurlo) Knifong; father of 1 child (Olive) by first wife; father of 5 children by second wife (Minnie Maude, Ella, Hettie Pearl, Litta Sadie and Charity); settled in Willamina area; was working at the Waterloo Woolen Mill as a night watchman when he was murdered by persons unknown.

KNIFONG, Joseph Wampler (1811-1880): m'd c1845 THURLO, Rhoda; m2. WHITE, Mary "Polly" (Owen); s/o Martin and Eva (Wolfe) Knifong; born 11 Apr 1811 Russell Co, VA and died 05 Nov 1880; father of 3 children by first wife (John Martin, Pasker Henrietta and Olive Elizabeth); father of 9 known children by second wife (James, Mary, Ella, Rhoda Ann, Stephen, Thomas, Leuvig, Luella A. and Clara); traveled with group going to CA, upon arrival his wife died and he left his children with friends and came to Oregon where he secured a donation land claim.  He returned to CA to get his children and came back to Oregon where he settled in Willamina area on the Polk county line.  He is buried in the Willamina Cemetery, Willamina, Polk Co, OR

KNIFONG, Olive Elizabeth (1851-1936): m'd 03 Oct 1867 HUSSEY, Christopher J.; d/o Joseph and Rhoda (Thurlo) Knifong;born 12 Jun 1851 Sullivan Co, MO and died 31 May 1936; buried Deer Creek Cemetery, McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR; mother of 3 children (Hettie, Irvin and Bessie)

KNIFONG, Pasker Henrietta (1849-1888): m'd 26 Jan 1868 MARTIN, Andrew Jackson; d/o Joseph and Rhoda (Thurlo) Knifong;born 25 Dec 1849 MO and died 05 Sep 1888 Tacoma, Pierce Co, WA; buried Oakwood Hill Cemetery, Tacoma, Pierce Co, WA; mother of  (William Nathaniel)

KNOTT, Mary E. (1835-1919): m'd KNOTT, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

KNOWLES, John (1828-1905): m'd 25 Jan 1864 HIBBARD, Elvira Jane; s/o Robert and Mary (Matkin) Knowles; born Mar 1828 in Bollington, Cheshire Co, England and died Jul 1905 Marion Co, OR; settled in Marion County; father of three children (Mary E., Charles and Hannah)

KNOWLTON, George E. (1827- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Susan

KNOWLTON, Susan: m'd 1849 KNOWLTON, George E.; maiden name unknown at this time

KOONTZ, David (c1828- ): Wagons From Wapello

KOONTZ, Eliza: m'd HUNTINGTON, [   ];

KOONTZ, Francis M. (1839-1925):

KOONTZ, Martin (1786- ): Wagons From Wapello

KOONTZ, Martin V. (1825- ): m'd 1847 CONKWRIGHT, Mary Ann;  d/o John and Elizabeth (Wood) Koontz; Wagons From Wapello

KOONTZ, Matilda: m'd 1836 KOONTZ, Riley; maiden name unknown at this time

KOONTZ, Riley (1814- ): m'd 1836 [   ], Mathilda; Wagons From Wapello

KUYKENDALL, Emma (1849-1852): d/o John and Malinda (Stark) Kuykendall; died on the flatboat on the Columbia; buried near The Dalles

KUYKENDALL, George (1820- ): m'd 1846 STARK, Candace; s/o Henry and Sarah (Smith) Kuykendall; was living in Santa Rosa, CA in late 1870s

KUYKENDALL, George Benson (1843- ): s/o John and Malinda (Stark) Kuykendall

KUYKENDALL, James (1847- ): s/o John and Malinda (Stark) Kuykendall

KUYKENDALL, John (1820 - ): m'd 1842 STARK, Malinda Jane; s/o Henry and Sarah (Smith) Kuykendall; arrived fall of 1852 and spent the winter near Hillsboro; in the fall of 1853 moved to Douglas County and settled near what later became known as Wilbur; along with his brother, George and Rev. J.H. Wilbur was instrumental in building The Umpqua Academy; c1873 accepted a position at Klamath Indian Agency, c1876 removed to Santa Rosa, CA where his brother, George resided; returned to Oregon, was an instructor at the Yakima Indian Agency; finally located near Drain a few miles north of his old home where he remained until his death in 1892; he was interred in the Drain cemetery but after the death of his wife in 1911 his body was exhumed and placed next to hers in the IOOF cemetery at Eugene, OR

KUYKENDALL, John Wesley (1844- ): s/o John and Malinda (Stark) Kuykendall

KUYKENDALL, Sarah Isabel (1848- ): d/o John and Malinda (Stark) Kuykendall

KYLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KYLE, Margaret J. ( -bef 1880): m'd MATHER, John Addison; s/o Samuel and Fanny (Stiles) Kyle; buried in Union Cemetery at Cedar Mill, OR

KYLE, Richard M. (1847-1925): m'd DRAKE, Adelia A.; s/o Samuel and Fanny (Stiles) Kyle; buried in Union Cemetery at Cedar Mill, OR

KYLE, Samuel M. (1825-1905): m'd STILES, Fanny; buried in Union Cemetery at Cedar Mill, OR

LACEY, Edward (1837-1853): s/o John and Mary Lacey; parents died prior to emigration.  Edward died in Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR shortly after arrival in Oregon

LACEY, Elsie P. (1850-1917): m'd HEALY, [   ]

LACEY, Ira Wilkes (1818-1894): m'd c1844 FOWLER, Mary Ann; s/o Ebenezer and Jemima (Barnes) Lacey; born 05 May 1818 Windsor, NY; married in MI; died 25 Sep 1894 Springwater, Clackamas Co, OR

LACEY, John S.: m'd [   ], Mary; born 1809 NY and died died in Jackson Point, MO in Sep 1851 while preparing for emigration west with brothers; a baby born in 1851 died during the same time as the father.

LACEY, Lewis (1839- ): s/o John and Mary Lacey; parents died prior to emigration; Lewis was born 11 Jan 1839

LACEY, Lewis Allen (1807-1899 ): m'd 1850 HERRING,  Leonora Elizabeth; s/o Ebenezer and Jemima (Barnes) Lacey; born 25 Aug 1808 NY and died 1899 Springwater, Clackamas Co, OR; father of 4 known children (Helen, Albert, Anna Margaret and Irene)

LACEY, Mary ( -1851): died Jul 1851 Hedges Grove, IA while preparing for emigration with husband

LAFFER, Mary Jane: m'd 1816 LAFFER, Philip; maiden name unknown at this time

LAFFER, Philip (1795- ): m'd 1816 [   ], Mary Jane

LAFFEY, Bernard Laffey (1821-1898), husband of Susannah Downing; s/o Isabel (Fair) Laffey; The Laffey clan came from eastern Michigan as the snow melted in 1852 and made it to Portland, Oregon, where they spent the winter.  They moved up to Kelso, Washington, the next spring.  Isabel Fair Laffey, (originally from Ireland) was 63 years old when she made this trek across the continent.  Bernard and Susannah Laffey were newly-weds when they made this journey.  After settling in Kelso, WA, Bernard and Susannah had 7 children, but they had to bury 6 of them.  The five children that I know of were: Zelia Isabella (1854-1886), Charles (1856-1876), Richard (1859-1874), Rufus (1864-1869), and Mary (1872-1972).

 

LAFFEY, Charlotte Laffey (1818-1879): m'd MCMILLEN, Hugh, d/o Isabel (Fair) Laffey.

 

LAFFEY, Mary (1872-1972)m'd COLLINS, Everell (1866-1940);  d/o Bernard and Susannah (Downing) Laffey; lived to be 100.

 

LAFFEY, Zelia Isabella Laffey(1854-1886) m'd CATLIN, Fred (1848-1929); d/o Bernard and Susannah (Downing) Laffey

LAFORREST, Mary ( -1914): m'd LAFORREST, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

LAKE, Mary Jane ( -1913): m'd LAKE, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

LAKE, Sarah: m'd 1852 BESSER, Luzerne

LAKIN,  David (1837- ): s/o Josiah and Sarah (Sweet) Lakin

LAKIN, George (1844- ) s/o Josiah and Sarah (Sweet) Lakin

LAKIN, Josiah M. (1806-1860): m'd 1829 SWEET, Sarah Jane; settled in Lane Co, OR

LAKIN, L.T.:

LAKIN, Lucy Jane (1833- ): m'd ALLISON, (Unknown); d/o Josiah and Sarah (Sweet) Lakin

LAKIN, Martha (1846- ): m'd LEE, A.J. ; d/o Josiah and Sarah (Sweet) Lakin

LAKIN, Zebon (1840- ): s/o Josiah and Sarah (Sweet) Lakin

LAMB, Nathaniel J. ( -1854):

LAMBERT, David (1816- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Nancy Ann

LAMBERT, George W. (1831- ):

LAMBERT, Nancy Ann: m'd 1852 LAMBERT, David

LAMON, Virginia: m'd MOORES, John H.

LANDERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LANDERS, Francis M. (1845- ): d/o Henry and Mary Jane (Richardson) Landers

LANDERS, Henry: m'd 1842 RICHARDSON, Mary Jane

LANDERS, William A. (1849- ): s/o Henry and Mary Jane (Richardson) Landers

LANDINGHAM, Elizabeth: m'd 1850 LANDINGHAM, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

LANDINGHAM, Isyphean (1849-1920): m'd LANDINGHAM, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

LANDINGHAM, Thomas (1816- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Elizabeth

LANE, Elizabeth: m'd 1840 HAWKINS, John S.

LANE, Silas (1820- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Sophia

LANE, Simon E. ( -1919):

LANE, Sophia: m'd 1842 LANE, Silas; maiden name unknown at this time

LANEY, Josiah (c1827- ):

LANGSTON, John ( -1852): died on trail

LANGSTON, Lucina ( -1852): died on trail

LANGSTON, Martha ( -1852): died on trail

LARKIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:

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*3) LARKIN, Abel Rev. (1839-1918): m1. 27 Jan 1860 MCCLURE, Mary Frances; m2. 09 Nov 1870 KELSEY, Rachel M.; m3 27 Dec 1891 SCHOLL, Celiea Adeline; s/o Horace and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) Larkin


*3) LARKIN, Abraham: s/o Horace and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) Larkin

*3) LARKIN, Horace Pendleton: m'd ZICKAFOOSE, Elizabeth

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*3) LARKIN, James Matthew (1842-1916): m'd 1867 DUNBAR, Eliza Jane; s/o Horace and Elizabeth  (Zickafoose) Larkin

 

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*3) LARKIN, Perry (1841-1929): m1. CARNES, Mary Ann; m2. 1904 PALMITER, Ellen Melissa; s/o Horace and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) Larkin

 

LASATER, Jane (c1841-1930):

LASK, Rhoda: m'd 1842 JOHNSTON, Herod

LATOURETTE, Josephine (c1838-1928): m'd c 1855 BUCHTEL, Joseph; Josephine was enumerated in the household of her uncle, Miren Swick, in the 1850 Michigan census.  Josephine died Feb 7, 1928 at Portland.

LATTA, John (1824- ):

LAVENDER, Alfred (1828- ):

LAWRENCE, Bide M. (1846- ): c/o John and Hester (Miller) Lawrence; appears in 1850 Lee Co, IA census as female and in 1860 Benton Co, OR census as male.

LAWRENCE, Elizabeth Rebecca (1844-1931): m'd May 1864 STANSBURY, George H., d/o John and Hester (Miller) Lawrence; Elizabeth was born 06 Oct 1844 Lee Co, IA and died 14 Oct 1931 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; she is buried in Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR;

LAWRENCE, George (1841- ): s/o John and Hester (Miller) Lawrence; appears in the 1860 Benton County, OR census

LAWRENCE, John A. (1851-1911): m'd 23 Jun 1872 SWATRZ, S. E.; s/o John and Hester (Miller) Lawrence; born 21 Feb 1851 IA and died 26 Dec 1911 Lane Co, OR; buried in Monroe Cemetery, Monroe, Benton Co, OR;

LAWRENCE, John W. (1809-1898): m'd  12 May 1837 MILLER, Hester; John was born 11 Jun 1809 PA and died 01 May 1898 Monroe, Benton Co, OR;  he is buried in Monroe Cemetery, Monroe, Benton Co, OR; John was the father of 12 children (Wesley Norman, George, Elizabeth Rebecca, Bide M., Melissa, John A., Aldon, Andrew, Sarah A., twins Manuel and Lemuel L., and Laura M.)

LAWRENCE, W. L. ( -1852): died on trail

LAWRENCE, Wesley Norman (1840-1916): m1. UNKNOWN, Annie E.; m2. BAUGHMAN, Sadie; s/o John and Hester (Miller) Lawrence; born 06 Apr 1840 IA and died 16 Feb 1916 John Day, Grant Co, OR; buried Canyon City Cemetery, Canyon City, Grant Co, OR;

LAWRENCE, Wesley N. ( -1916):

LAWS, Andrew J. (1837- ):

LAWS, Thomas: company started from Lawrence Co, IL with 4 wagons, 16 yoke oxen, 50 head of cattle and 4 wagons drawn by horses; traveled South side of Platte River; numerous Indian encounters; 1853 removed to Olympia

LAWSON, George  W. (1817- ):

LAYNE, Lanville (c1825- ):
 
LEABO FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEABO Achless "Achilles" (1845- ): s/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEABO, Eunice B. (1849- ): d/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEABO, Isaac (1851- ): d/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEABO, James R. (1843- ): s/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEABO, John G. (1817-1864): m'd 1837 ELLISON, Nancy; wife died on trail; John's brothers, Isaac and James (both emigrants of 1846) came to help him; Isaac and Mary Leabo raised John's children; John served in the Oregon Indian Wars and settled on DLC# 3388 in Marion Co

LEABO, Malicy (1847- ): d/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEABO, Mary Catherine (1838-1926): m'd 1857 JORY, Thomas; d/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEABO, Noah W. (1838- ): s/o John and Nancy (Ellison) Leabo

LEACH, William (1820- ): m'd 1845 MARTIN, Polly

LEAVITT, Nathan K. (1789- ):

LEDFORD, George T. ( -1915):

LEDFORD, John M. Sr. (1832-1895): m'd 1860 WALKER, Elizabeth; settled in Wasco Co, OR (per Sherry Kaseberg at sherryk@gorge.net)

LEE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEE, A. (1843- ):

LEE, Eliza Jane (1846-1901): m'd 1864 SETH, Thomas; d/o James and Myrtilda(Powell) Lee; husband was emigrant from Scotland; they lived at Cherry Grove, Washington Co, OR

LEE, Elizabeth (1829-1864): m'd 1851 BOOTH, David;  d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee

LEE, Francis Ann (1833-1887): m'd 1853 WALKER, Oliver J.; d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee

LEE, Ivy Catherine (1836-1861): never married; d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee; died of TB (scrofula) at age 25 and is buried in the Shuck Cemetery, Dundee, OR

LEE, James A. (1805-1881): m'd POWELL, Myrtilda; left from Taxwell Co, IL and settled first in Lafayette, Yamhill Co and later moved to Cherry Grove, Washington Co, OR

LEE, James George (1849-1930): m'd 1875 CALLAHAN, Alice Pearline; m2. 1889 ZEIGLER, Elizabeth; s/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee; lived and are buried at Cherry Grove, Washington Co, OR

LEE, John Bruff (1840-1923): m1. 1863 MORGAN, Eliza; m2. 1884 JOHNSON, Susan; s/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee; buried Forest Grove, Washington Co, OR

LEE, Joseph Dunn Bradford (1830-1902 ): m'd 1856 HUNTLEY, Marilla; lived in Polk, Douglas and Jackson counties before he finally settled near Myrtle Point, Coos Co, OR in 1874; proprietor of harness shop and prominent farmer in the area; father of 4 children; wife was a pioneer of 1847

LEE, Mary Ann (1844-1881): m'd 1864 PULLEN, James Monroe; d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee

LEE, Mary W. (1811-1889).: m'd c1825 MILLIORN, John

LEE, Melchia Jane (1838-1886): m'd 1863 CARTER, Benjamin; d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee; wrote a family history; buried Butteville Marion Co, OR

LEE, Phoebe Catherine (1831-1924): m'd 1853 HESS, Daniel; d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee

LEE, Sarah Ann (1830-1904): m'd 1852 KING, Francis; d/o James and Myrtilda (Powell) Lee

LEFFLER, Mrs. Henry (1842-1921): m'd LEFFLER, Henry; maiden name unknown at this time

LEGET, E. ( -1852): died on trail; from Platte Co, MO [**RR: This is probably Enoch Liggett, age 21, died 6-4 [1?]-52 on the south side of the Platte, near O'Fallons Bluff.]

LEIGHT, Nancy: m'd 1844 JARRED, Ulysses

LELAND, Charles (1820- ):

LEMASTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEMASTER, Catherine May (1838-1914): m1. 1854 PUTMAN, David H.; m2. 1892 GROSS, Andrew; d/o Isaac and Nancy (Elam) Lemaster

LEMASTER, Elizabeth Jane (1830-1898): m'd 1851 LANDINGHAM, Thomas; d/o Isaac and Nancy (Elam) Lemaster

LEMASTER, Icyphene (1849-1912): m'd 1865 LANDINGHAM, J. Calvin; d/o Isaac and Nancy (Elam) Lemaster

LEMASTER, Isaac (1808-1888): m'd 1829 ELAM, Nancy

LEMASTER, James F.E. (1834-1901): m'd 1855 PUTMAN, Mary; s/o Isaac and Nancy (Elam) Lemaster

LEMASTER, Rebecca (1836-1924): m1. 1853 BERRY, Charles; m2. CAHOUN, John J.; d/o Isaac and Nancy (Elam) Lemaster

LEMASTER, William F.H. (1840-1915): m1. TURNER, Susan; m2. QUALLS, Zada Anna; s/o Isaac and Nancy (Elam) Lemaster

LEMON, Angeline B. (1841-1920): m'd LEMON, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

LEMON, G.:

LENCOTHEA, Lewis ( -1925):

LENDERKIN, George (1801- ):

*2) LENOX, Louisa (1823-1852): m'd RICHEY, Stuart; died on Platte River 75 miles east of Fort Laramie 16 June 1852 at 2 o'clock in the morning

LENCOTHEA, Lewis ( -1925):

LENT, George P.:

LENT, Oliver P. (1830- ): m'd 1851 BUCKLEY, Martha A.; settled Multnomah Co, established a sawmill on Johnson Creek and cut huge tree for the use of the settlers; gave land for a school

LEONARD, Jane (1826-c1853): m. 1849 MERCER, Aaron; possibly daughter of Amos and Elizabeth (Gregory) Leonard

LEONARD, John (1829-1908): m'd 1854 STUMP, America Ann; s/o Charles and Anna (Duke) Leonard

LEONARD, Thomas Austin (1822- ):

LEONARD, Volney ( -1916):

LEONARD, Washington Irving :

LERWILL, William (1811-1872): m'd 1842 STANTON, Sarah; m2. 1859 DAVIS, Cynthia Ann

LESLIE, George (1836- ): m'd m'd 23 Aug 1866 GRAVES, Ann Eliza

LESLIE, George (1825- ):

LESLIE, James (1818- ):

LESLIE, Martin: m'd PERRY, Clarissa

LEVEL, John H. (c1831- ): m'd 1854 HAYDEN, Edith M.; by the end of 1855 his wife had left him and he requested her name be removed from his Donation Land Claim

LEVENS, Daniel H. (1829- ):

LEVENS, Hiram A. (c1824- ): m'd c1849 [   ], Pluma

LEVENS, Pluma: m'd c1849 LEAVENS, Hiram A.; maiden name unknown at this time

LEVERICH, Anna B. (1844-1930):

LEVERICH, Benjamin (1790- ): m'd 1812 [   ], Sarah

LEVERICH, Mary A.: m'd 1834 LEVERICH, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

LEVERICH, Rhoda L. (1844-1927): m'd 1863 CATCHING, John Samuel

LEVERICH, Sarah: m'd 1812 LEVERICH, Benjamin; maiden name unknown at this time

LEVERICH, Sarah Angelina: m'd 1849 LEVERICH, William; maiden name unknown at this time

LEVERICH, Thomas (1810- ): m'd 1834 [   ], Mary A.

LEVERICH, William (1824- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Sarah Angelina

LEWIS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEWIS, Benjamin Franklin (1832- ) m'd 1859 JOHNSON, Elizabeth

LEWIS, C. H. Mrs. ( -1914): m'd LEWIS, C. H.; maiden name unknown at this time

LEWIS, Charles Wesley (1840-1852): s/o Fielding and Lucinda (Moore) Lewis; died on the trail at Burnt River

LEWIS, David ( -1852): died on trail

LEWIS, David J. (1832-1905): m'd LAYTON, Mary Ann; s/o Fielding and Lucinda (Moore) Lewis

LEWIS, Fielding Jr. (1811-1866): m'd MOORE, Lucinda

LEWIS, George Washington (1842-1922): m'd bef 1865 SEARS, Mary G.

*29) LEWIS, Ivan Louis(1852-1852);  s/o Stephen Marther and Sarah Jane (Harer) Lewis

LEWIS, James Preston (1830-1906): m'd 1853 TYCER, Tennessee T.

LEWIS, James W. (1843- ): m'd 1866 RIGGS, Sarah A.

LEWIS, John Marion (1849-1852): s/o Fielding and Lucinda (Moore) Lewis; died on the trail 18 Sep 1852 and is buried on the Upper Cascades

LEWIS, John N.

LEWIS, Mary Ellen (1838-1852): d/o Fielding and Lucinda (Moore) Lewis; died 12 Oct 1852 on the Oregon side of  the river opposite Vancouver Barracks

LEWIS, Mary F. ( -1914): m'd LEWIS, [   ]

LEWIS, Sarah Ann (1845- ): m'd 1861 LAYTON, John

LEWIS, Sarah Jane Obedience(1850-1887):  m'd  1869  MILLER, Robert R. (1834-1914);  d/o Stephen Marther and Sarah Jane (Harer) Lewis

*29) LEWIS, Stephen Marther (1828-1855):  m'd HARER,  Sarah Jane (1830-1898); settled in Yoncalla, Douglas County

LEWIS, W. P. (1812- ): m'd SADDLER, Elizabeth

LEWIS, William (1835-1919): m'd 1859 MCCALLISTER, Ruth

LEWIS, William ( -1855):

LEWMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEWMAN, John A. (1834-1919): m'd 1863 SMITH, Cecilia L.

LIGGETT, Enoch; see: LEGET, E.

LILLY, Jeremiah Ladd (1829-1884): m'd 1857 HARDY, Mary; s/o Carlo and Elizabeth (Ladd) Lilly

LINDER, Levi (1832- ):

LINDLEY, Emaline: m'd 18 Feb 1847 WALLIS, Mathew

LINDSAY, James (1831- ):

LINDSAY, Mary Polly (1807-1853): m'd COOPER, Lewis; died at Cooper Hollow, Polk Co, OR

LINDSEY, John ( -1852): died on trail

LINDSEY, Lute B. (1822-1920):

LINKSWILER, Tobias L. (c1824- ):

LINN, C.E.:

*4) LINN, Eathan Addis (1832-1900): m'd 1870 JAMES, Caroline; s/o John and Elizabeth (Swinehart) Linn

LINN, J. I.

LINN, Homer:

LINNERMAN, Gerhard (1827- ): m'd 1851 VAN FALDI, Elizabeth

LINVILLE, John (1810- ): m'd 1833 [   ], Mary

LINVILLE, Leah: m'd 1834 LINVILLE, William; maiden name unknown at this time

LINVILLE, Mary: m'd 1833 LINVILLE, John; maiden name unknown at this time

LINVILLE, William (1816- ): m'd 1834 [   ], Leah

LINVILLE, William J. (1826- ): m'd 1853 [   ], Amanda Francis

LISENBY, Permelia Ann (1832-1882): m'd c1850 GARRETT, Thomas G.

LISLE, John G. (1815- ):

LISTENTHALER, Francis Marion ( -1906):

LITTELL, Thomas (1800- ): m'd 1822 CUSTARD, Mary

LITTLEJOHN, Charles W. (1851-1919):

LITTRELL, Ann: m'd 1851 LITTRELL, John; maiden name unknown at this time

LITTRELL, John (1825- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Ann

LITTRELL, Nancy: m'd 1821 LITTRELL, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

LITTRELL, Samuel (1804- ): m'd 1821 [    ], Nancy

LITTRELL, William A. (1830- ):

LIVERMORE, William Henry ( -1916):

LOCK, Sarah (1830- ): m'd 11 Jul 1847 SMITH, Isaac B.; Sarah was born Apr 1830 in TN and died between the1920 and 1930 census in Alameda Co, CA;  she was the mother of 7 children (Eliza, Mary, Martha, Emma J., Benjamin, one unknown and Bowman S.); in September 1852 the Isaac Smith family was stranded on the trail at John Day, out of provisions and money.  They were taken in by Edward Jay Allen, a passing emigrant on the trail.[Wagons From Wapello   by Dennis M. Larsen & Ken Keigley]

LOCKER, Mary Margaret (1827-1909); m'd 1843 GOODMAN, James Henry

LOCKWOOD, Reuben T.: m'd c1850 BRYANT, Mary

LOGAN, B. ( -1852): died on trail

LOGAN, William (1788- ):

LONDON, Abraham (c1832- ):

LONG, Albert C. (1832- ):

*1) LONG, Cynthia Anar (1840-1922): d/o Ransom and Bertha (Clark) Long:

*1) LONG, Cyrus Jefferson (1838-c1910): s/o Ransom and Bertha (Clark) Long:

*10) LONG, David (1811-1889): m'd 1833 DAVIS, Judith

*10) LONG, David Charles (1842-1897): s/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

*10) LONG, Elizabeth (1846- ): d/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

*1) LONG, Emma Catherine (1850-c1860): d/o Gabriel and Phoebe (Rice) Long

*1) LONG, Gabriel (1827-1908): m1. 03 Jun 1845 RICE, Phoebe Ann; m2. FULLER, Ellen J. (GARLAND); s/o Gabriel and Sarah (Whitten) Long

LONG, Job:

*1) LONG, Joel Milton (1847-1917): s/o Ransom and Bertha (Clark) Long:

*1) LONG, John Clark (1842-1852): s/o Ransom and Bertha (Clark) Long; died May/June in Nebraska on the way to Oregon; some researchers give the death date as April 10, 1852 in Wyoming which would not be correct as most of the trains did not start early enough to reach that point by that date.

LONG, John (1819- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Miriam

*10) LONG, John D. (1833- ): s/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

LONG, Joseph (1852- ): s/o Shelton and Catherine (Fields) Long

*1) LONG, Mary Amanda (1845-bef 1860 ); d/o Ransom and Bertha (Clark) Long; no documentation on Mary after 1850 census so she may have died prior to emigration

*1) LONG, Mary Asanath (1849-c1870): d/o Gabriel and Phoebe (Rice) Long

*10) LONG, Mary Jane (1839-1918): d/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

LONG, Miriam: m'd 1843 LONG, John; maiden name unknown at this time

*10) LONG, Moses R. (1848- ): s/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

*10) LONG, Rachel Ann (1850-1915): d/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

*1) LONG, Ransom (1812-1898): m'd 21 Aug 1833 CLARK, Bertha Rosetta

*10) LONG, Sarah (1837- ): d/o David and Judith (Davis) Long

LONG, Shelton M. (1831- ): m'd 1844/49 FIELDS, Catherine; per Fields researcher Phil Hirl at PHirl@aol.com

LONG, William (1850- ): s/o Shelton and Catherine (Fields) Long

LOOMIS, John:

LOOMIS, Lewis A. (1830-1913):

LOONEY, James C. (1831- ):

LOONEY, John C. (1823- ):

LOONEY, Martha Emaline: m'd 1851 LOONEY, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

LOONEY, Samuel ( -1915): m'd 1851 [   ], Martha Emaline

LOONEY, William (1833- ):

LOOSE, Frederick: m'd STOUT, Emily

*5 :LORD, Mary ( - ): m'd INGALLS, Israel; husband died prior to emigration; was accompanied by her sons

LOUGHARY, Lafayette W. (1832-1915): m'd SIMPSON, Eliza; father of U. Scott, Rosa, Rachel and Frank

LOVE, John:

LOVE, Timolean (1827- ):

LOW, Eliza: m'd 1832 LOW, Samuel; maiden name unknown at this time

LOW, Samuel (1811- ): m'd 1832 [   ], Eliza

LOW, Thomas (1833-1855): s/o Samuel and Eliza Low

LOWE, Emma: m'd 1844 LOWE, Thompson; maiden name unknown at this time

LOWE, Thompson (1806- ): m'd 1844 [   ], Emma

LOWERY, John (1825- ):

*25) LUCAS, Albert Whitfield (1827-1893): m'd 1851 MURPHY, Elizabeth Frances; father of 10 children (Ella Ann, Ada L., Jay Prentice, Mary Alice, Katie L., Susie, Albert Lincoln, Nellie, Frank and Fred)

*25) LUCAS, Ella Ann (1851- ): d/o Albert andElizabeth (Murphey) Lucas

*5: LUCAS, Narcissa: m'd 08 Sep 1830 BRENTS, James D.; married James Deal Brents 08 Sep 1830 in Sangamon Co., Illinois.  They removed to Pike Co., Illinois in 1832, and continued to live there until heading west in 1852.

LUCAS, Mrs. W. B. (1843-1916): maiden name unknown at this time

LUCE, Mr.: traveled with Coats, Clayton and Norton

LUCKSINGER, Henry (1826- ):

LUELLEN, Isaac (1822- ):

LUNDRY, Simon (1823- ):

LUPEERS, Mahaley ( -1852): died on trail; see DUPEERS, Mahala

LUSTER, Mrs. William ( -1852): died on trail

LUSTER, William ( -1852): died on trail

*18): LYFORD, Joseph (1830- ): from Groveland, Tazewell Co, IL; traveled with Scott family; had gone ahead to accompany shipment of provisions to St. Joseph, MO; listed as a brick layer in the 1850 Tazewell Co, IL census

LYLE, John T.:

LYLE, William M. (1829- ):

LYNDAL, William ( -1852): died on trail

LYON, Ora (c1822- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Sarah E.

LYON, Sarah E.: m'd 1849 LYON, Ora; maiden name unknown at this time

LYONS, Daniel Jackson (1813- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Virginia F.

LYONS, Virginia F.: m'd 1849 LYONS, Daniel Jackson; maiden name unknown at this time

LYONS, William F. (1831- ): Wagons From Wapello

MABY, Margaret Ann: m'd 1841 JUNKINS, Anthony C.; maiden name unknown at this time

MACE, George W. (1827- ):

MACE, Joseph A.: On July 7 Joseph Mace overtook the Akin party.  It is unknown at this time if he had traveled with them previously.

MACE, Kate: m'd 1850 HENDERSON, S. J.

MACK, Estelle (c1847 -1929): m'd MEARS, [   ]

MACK, Frederick C. (1826- ):

MACK, William Orlando (1820- ): m'd 1845 GRAHAM, Louisa M.

MACOMBER: see MAYCOMBER

MAGEE, B.F. ( -1852): died on trail; from Jackson Co, MO

MAGEE, Fry P. ( -1852): died on trail; from LaGrange Co, IN

MAGERS, Elias (1792- ):

MAGERS, James (1827- ): m'd 1853 [   ], Mary

MAGERS, John E. (1847- ): m'd 1879 SHRADER, D. E.; s/o William and Mary (Barkhurst) Magers

MAGERS, William B. Dr. (1819- ): m'd 1846 BARKHURST, Mary Jane; father of 13 children

MAHAN, Miranda G.: m'd 1852 MAHAN, William H.; maiden name unknown at this time

MAHAN, Pamela: m'd BERRY, Francis

MAHAN, William H. (1830- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Miranda G.

MAHONEY, James Harvey ( -1916):

MAINE, John ( -1852): died on trail

MALONE, Francis (1834-1890): m'd 1858 SPLAWN, Ellen

MANIS, William R. (1829- ): m'd TERRY, Mary Ann

MANN, Elizabeth (1837- ): d/o John and Cynthia (Burke) Mann

MANN, Henry (1850-1929): m'd 1877 SISCO, Lydia Janette; s/o John and Cynthia (Burke) Mann; Henry was born 18 Jan 1850 Logan Co, IL and died 15 Nov 1929 Josephine Co, OR

MANN, James (c1842-1930): m'd 1868 POTTER, Emma; s/o John and Cynthia (Burke) Mann; James was born c1842 IL and died 02 Sep 1930

MANN, John L. (1818-1852): m'd 02 Jun 1836 BURKE, Cynthia; s/o Michael and Elizabeth Mann; born 1818 OH and believed to have died on trail or soon after arrival on 14 Nov 1852

MANN, Michael (1847-1879): s/o John and Cynthia (Burke) Mann; born 03 Sep 1847 and died 22 Nov 1879 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City Clackamas Co, OR

MANN, Joseph ( -1916):

MANN, Phoebe Jane ( - ):

MANN, Sarah (1845- ): d/o John and Cynthia (Burke) Mann

MANN William (1837-1856): s/o John and Cynthia (Burke) Mann; William was born 09 Aug 1837 IL and died 15 Jun 1856 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City Clackamas Co, OR

*16) MANNING, Elizabeth: m'd 1840 KAUFFMAN, John S.

*23) MANNING, Henry (1827-1915): m'd 22 Aug 1852 HINKLE, Adeline; married on trail

MANNING, W. Ann: m'd 1841 CHAMBERS, Aaron

MANSFIELD, Samuel ( -1896):

MARBLE, A.S. ( -1914):

MARBLE, John M. (1830- ):

MARCH, Esther: m'd LEISY, Isaac

MARCH, Stephen (1803- ): m'd [   ], Lavina

MARCH, William: Traveled with the Chapman Train.  Mentioned in Samuel Woodruff diary.

MARET, Francis (1822- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Margaret

MARET, Margaret: m'd 1850 MARET, Francis

MARION, Sarah: m'd 1845 HEATER, George

MARKHAM, David (1820- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Mary

MARKHAM, Mary: m'd 1847 MARKHAM, David; maiden name unknown at this time

MARKHAM, Nathaniel Jr. (1831- ):

MARKS, James ( -1914)

MARKS, Matthew W.. ( -1914):

MARKS, S. W.:

MARKWOOD, Sabina F. (1840-1916): m'd HOWLETT, [   ]; may actually be emigrant of 1853

MARLATT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MARLATT, George Marion (1851-1925): m'd 1878 CLAYTON, Catherine; s/o Peter and Mary (Cox) Marlatt

MARLATT, John Wesley (1844-1919): s/o Peter and Mary (Cox) Marlatt; lived near Heppner, OR; buried Natchez, WA

MARLATT, Lisa "Lisy" Jane (1834-1852): died 07 Jul 1852 on trail; d/o Pieter Marlatt

MARLATT, Martha (1841-1870): d/o Peter and Mary (Cox) Marlatt

MARLATT, Mary Elizabeth (1847-1852): d/o Peter and Mary (Cox) Marlatt

MARLATT, Peter (1803-1852) m'd 1831 COX, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Pieter and Jane (Colvert) Marlatt; died on the Platte River May 12, 1852 of cholera

MARLATT, Thomas (1837-1914 ): s/o Peter and Mary (Cox) Marlatt

MARLATT, William (1836-1912): m'd 1860 KENOYER, Mary Catherine; s/o Peter and Mary (Cox) Marlatt; lived near Dayton, WA

MARPLE, Ezekiel (1830- ):

MARPLE, Perry B. (1819- ):

MARSH, Daniel (1820- ):

MARSH, Henry S. (1828- ): CANADAY, Mary Emily

MARSH, Joshua W. (1840-1936):

MARSHALL, Alfred ( 1830-1888): m'd 1850 CRAVEN, Mary Ellen; settled in Linn Co; died and is buried at Eagle Rock, ID; s/o James Marshall

MARSHALL, Anna (1840-1920): m'd WILLIAMS, [   ]

MARSHALL, Anson: s/o James and Ruth Marshall

MARSHALL, Arthur G. (1831-1901): m'd MORRIS, Josephine; s/o James and Ruth Marshall

MARSHALL, George (1830- ): m'd KIRK, Margaretta

MARSHALL, James (c1807-1852): m'd 1829 [   ], Ruth; James reportedly died on trail 04 Oct 1852 at the Umatilla Agency

MARSHALL, John (1826-1924):

*25) MARSHALL, Joseph Latimer (1820-bef 1905): m1. 27 May 1847 MEADOWS, Elizabeth Ann; m2. 30 Apr 1850 MURPHY, Susan Jane; born Jun 1820 KY and died bef 1905 probably Los Angles Co, CA

MARSHALL, Lewellyn Clay (1843- ): s/o James and Ruth Marshall

MARSHALL, Ruth: m'd 1829 MARSHALL, James

MARSHALL, Samantha J.: m'd ARCHIBALD, J.M.; d/o James and Ruth Marshall

MARSHALL, Susan Jane: m'd 1850 MARSHALL, Joseph L.

MARSTERS, Charles B. (1829- ):

MARTIN, A.:

MARTIN, Edna: m'd 1849 MARTIN, John G.; maiden name unknown at this time

MARTIN, J.S. (1843- ):

MARTIN, James (1800-1867):

MARTIN, James W. (1828- ): s/o James Martin

MARTIN, John G. (1819- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Edna

MARTIN, Joseph G. (1845-1916):

MARTIN, Lucretia: m'd COWLS, John W.

MARTIN, Martha: m'd 1843/44 CONNOR, James Jr; second wife of James Connor Jr; came to OR with husband, one son and several step-children

MARTIN, Polly: m'd 1845 LEACH, William

MARTIN, Thomas J. (c1823- ): m'd PLOUGH, Seline

MARTZ, Adelaide: in train with Barnetts, Frums, Houstons and Capt. William Sperry

*25) MASON, Benjamin F.:

*25) MASON, Elijah O.

*25) MASON, Ira F.:

*25) MASON, Joseph M.:

*25) MASON, William (1812- ): m'd 1834 DAVIDSON,Margaret E.

MASTERS, David (1808- ): m'd 1834 FROTHINGHAM, Susan; father of Martha, C.A., James A., Thomas, Eliza, William and David

MASTERS, J. Wilbur (1850-1891): s/o William and Mary (Garrison) Masters

MASTERS, Lewis L. ( -1852): s/o William and Mary (Garrison) Masters; died on trail

MASTERS, Mary ( -1852): d/o William and Mary (Garrison) Masters; died on trail

MASTERS, S. Lafayette (1848- ): s/o William and Mary (Garrison) Masters

MASTERS, Stephen M. (1816- ):

MASTERS, William (1819- ): m1. GARRISON, Mary; m2. YORK, Martha Cordelia; first wife died on trail; father of  seven children (Lewis L., Mary, S. Lafayette and J. Wilbur by first wife0 and (infant, William York and Francis K. by second wife.)

MATHENY, Elizabeth Jane (1839-1869), m'd 31 Oct 1855, Marion Co, OT, McBEE, John Wesley; d/o Permit and Mary (unkn) Matheny. Permit Matheny died in 1849 without enough value in his estate to pay his debts, so it is likely that the widow Mary Matheny sent several of her children to Oregon with her eldest daughter and son-in-law. The Matheny and McBee familes were neighbors in Ray Co, MO.

MATHENY, Mahala: m'd c1829 MATHENY, Micah; maiden name unknown at this time

MATHENY, Margaret (1837-1876), m'd 29 Aug 1855, Marion Co, OT, JUDSON, Leonard Bowdish; d/o Permit and Mary (unkn) Matheny. Leonard Judson was s/o Lewis Hubbell Judson and Elmira Roberts.

MATHENY, Micah (1809- ); m'd c1829 [   ], Mahala

MATHENY, Samuel Perman (1833-1911), m'd 25 Sep 1865, Salem, Marion Co, OR, JUDSON, Elmira; s/o Permit and Mary (unkn) Matheny. Elmira Judson was d/o Lewis Hubbell Judson and Nancy Hawkins.

MATHENY, Sarah (1825-1864), m'd 13 Jul 1845, Ray Co, MO, McBEE, John; d/o Permit and Mary (unkn) Matheny.

MATHES, William (1831-1914):

MATHEWS, Elizabeth ( -1852): died on trail

MATHEWS, James ( -1852): died on trail

MATHEWS, John ( -1852): died on trail

MATHEWS, Martha E. (1843-1921): m'd HERREN, Levi

MATHEWS, Thomas ( -1890)

MATTHEWS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MATTHEWS, Abraham (1852-1852): s/o Joshua and Nancy Ann (Simmons) Matthews; settled in Douglas Co; died on the Barlow Trail at the foot of Mt. Hood

MATTHEWS, Alfred A. (1849-1934): m'd 1881 CHAPMAN, Ella May; s/o Joshua and Nancy Ann (Simmons) Matthews; settled in Douglas Co

MATTHEWS, Benjamin Franklin (1842-1907): m'd 1882 SINGLETON, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Joshua and Nancy Ann (Simmons) Matthews; settled in Douglas Co

MATTHEWS, Eliza Jane (1834-1865): d/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTHEWS, James Leander (1837-1910): s/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTHEWS, John Harvey (1804-1858): m'd HATTON, Elizabeth; settled in Clark Co, WA.  He died there in 1858

MATTHEWS, John Harvey Jr. (1852- ): s/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTHEWS, Joshua "aka MATHIS"(1816-1894): m'd 1842 SIMMONS, Nancy Ann; s/o Thomas Henry and Elizabeth (Spear) Mathis; settled in Douglas Co, OR

MATTHEWS, Lethy Jane (1845-1934): m'd 1866 LIVINGSTON, John; d/o Joshua and Nancy Ann (Simmons) Matthews; settled in Douglas Co; may be emigrant of 1851

MATTHEWS, Littleton (1847-1921): m'd 1881 HARPHAM, Susan; s/o Joshua and Nancy Ann (Simmons) Matthews; settled in Douglas Co

MATTHEWS, Maria Ellen (1849- ): d/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTHEWS, Mary Elizabeth (1843-1912): d/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTHEWS, Milton Reynolds (1845- ): s/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTHEWS, William Quarles (1840-1878): s/o John and Elizabeth (Hatton) Matthews; settled in Clark Co, WA

MATTIX, Frank:

MAUPIN, Howard: m'd c1840 [    ], Nancy;  moved to central Oregon after brief stay in Willamette valley, established stopping place for travelers, first postmaster of Antelope, OR, indians stole cattle and he tracked them and killed Chief Paulina; veteran of Mexican War and was said to be a crack shot; later had a ferry on Deschutes River

MAUPIN, Nancy: m'd c1840 MAUPIN, Howard; maiden name unknown at this time

MAXON, Ann: m'd CONNER, Robert

*11) MAXON, Dr.: may be the Dr. G. Maxon that settled at Salem, OR

MAXWELL, John C. (1802- ): m'd c1838 [   ], Sarah Jane

MAXWELL, Sarah Jane: m'd c1838 MAXWELL, John C.; maiden name unknown at this time

MAXWELL, W. H. (1829- ):

MAY, Richard M. (1802- ): m'd 1829 [   ], Robinette

MAY, Robinette: m'd 1829 MAY, Richard M.; maiden name unknown at this time

MAYBEN, Virginia Ann (1851-1924): m'd MAYBEN, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

MAYCOMBER, Mr.: m'd FITZGERALD, Malinda

MAYCOMBER, Orella: d/o Mr. and Malinda (Fitzgerald) Maycomber

MAYES, Susan (1845-1925): m'd STEPHENS, [   ]

MAYFIELD, W. I. (1830- ):

MAYNARD, Thomas I. (c1829- ): m'd 1853 DAVIS, Mary

MAYS FAMILY RESEARCHER:

*7) MAYS, Benton: m'd PARKER, Lizzie; s/o Robert and Lodema (Fowler) Mays

*7) MAYS, Charles Bradshaw (1839- ): m'd 1861 COVEY, Sarah E.; s/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 14 Feb 1839 Hancock county IL; married Sarah E. Covey 3 June 1861 Lane county OR

Description: http://www.oregonpioneers.com/graphics/Elijah&MaryMays.jpg*7) MAYS, Elijah E. (1809-1890): m'd 1829 BRADSHAW, Mary;  s/o Robert and Sarah (Dyson) Mays; born 21 Sept 1809 Cool Springs Iredell county NC; married 12 May 1829 White county TN;
died 16 Nov 1890 Junction City Lane county OR [photo contributed by Pat Helyer]
 

*7) MAYS, Joel Dison (1847-1928); m'd 1871 RICHARDSON, Amanda; s/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 17 Nov 1847 McDonough county IL; married Amanda Richardson 6 April
1871 Lane county OR; died 3 April 1928 Hood River,Umatilla county OR

*7) MAYS, John C.: m'd  1851 NYE, Martha Jane; father of  8 children,  c1870 located in Eastern Oregon at Weston; later moved to Colfax, WA where he died

*7) MAYS, John Riley (1836-1919): m'd 1858 WISER, Mary Jane; s/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 29 June 1836 Hancock county IL; married Mary Jane Wiser 16 May 1858 OR; died 7 Feb 1919 Washington county OR

*7) MAYS, Milla Catherine (1832-1904): m'd 1851 HALE, Calvin Thomas; d/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; b.27 August 1832 White county OR; married Calvin Hale 12 August 1851 McDonough
county IL; Calvin was the leader of the Wagon Train to Oregon; d. 9 April 1904 Lane county OR

*7) MAYS, Oliver Pinkney (1844-1928): m'd 01 Jan 1865 NAIL, Nancy Casander; s/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 05 Apr 1844 Madison, Jefferson Co, IA; married Nancy CCasander Nail 01 Jan 1865 Lane Co, OR; died at Junction City, Lane Co, OR; bur with wife at Rest Lawn Memorial Park, Junction City, Lane Co, OR

*7) MAYS, Robert (1830-1902): m'd 1849 FOWLER, Lodema; located originally in Lane Co, later moved to Wasco Co;  s/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 25 Oct 1830 White county TN; married Lodemma Fowler 1849 McDonough county IL; died 7 April 1902 Wasco county OR

Description: http://www.oregonpioneers.com/graphics/SarahEvalineMays.jpg*7) MAYS, Sarah Evaline (1834-1853): m'd 1853 KERNAY, Henry; d/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 1 Dec 1834 Hancock county IL; married Henry Kernay 22 May 1853 Lane county, OR; died 20 Oct 1881 Yamhill county OR [photo contributed by Pat Helyer]
 

MAYS, Stephen G. (c1820- ):

*7) MAYS, William Elijah (1850-1890): m'd 1870 NAIL, Flora A.; s/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 26 Nov. 1850 McDonough county IL; married Flora A. Nail 25 Dec 1870 Lane county OR; died 1890 Junction City Lane county OR

*7) MAYS, Zelphia Emeline (1841-1913): m'd 1861 NEELY, Edward; d/o Elijah and Mary (Bradshaw) Mays; born 26 Oct 1841 Hancock county IL; married Edward Neely 19 Sept 1861 Lane county OR; died 23 Jan 1913

MCALFRESH, Catherine Ann: m'd 1865 STEVENS, Isaac

 MCALLISTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
McAllister, Emily Frances (1848 - 1852) - d/o John & Mary Jane (Thomas) McAllister. Died soon after the family arrived in Tumwater. Buried at Ayer's Hill.

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MCALLISTER, Hiram Baker (1851 - 1932) - s/o John & Mary Jane (Thomas) McAllister. m'd MEYER, Sophia Ann  


MCALLISTER, John Wesley (1812 - 1874) - m'd 1841 THOMAS, Mary Jane. Settled at Nisqually, died at Hillhurst, Pierce County, Washington

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MCALLISTER, Joseph Carter (1846 - 1918) - s/o John & Mary Jane (Thomas) McAllister. m1 PARKER, Caroline. m2 HACKSHAW, Lilias. m3 PROFFITT, Sarah Ellen

 

MCAULEY, Harriet: m'd BAGBY, William

MCAULIFF, Joseph:

McBEE, Barbara Ann (1837-1927) m'd 13 Dec 1852, Washington Co, OT, CHAMBREAU, Edouard Emanuel; d/o Levi and Barbara (Ream) McBee. Orphaned by death of both parents on Oregon Trail.

McBEE, Caroline (1842-1935) m'd 24 Feb 1856, Douglas Co, OT, BEEMAN, Rufus Horatio; d/o Levi and Barbara (Ream) McBee. Orphaned by death of both parents on Oregon Trail.

McBEE, David (1843-1930), m'd 22 Apr 1868, Benton Co, OR, GRIMSLEY, Sarah Jane; s/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, Elizabeth (1837-1889), m'd 31 Dec 1857, Benton Co, OT, LINEBARGER, Andrew Jackson; d/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, Frances F. (1848-1863); d/o of John and Sarah (Matheny) McBee.

McBEE, George (1835-1879), m'd bef. 1865, PORTER, Missouri Elizabeth; s/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, George Washington (1846-1933), m'd 27 May 1868, Marion Co, OR, LEABO, Venicie Mary Jane; s/o of John and Sarah (Matheny) McBee.

McBEE, Henry (1849-1852); s/o Levi and Barbara (Ream) McBee. Died of cholera on Oregon Trail and buried with mother and infant at Ash Hollow, NE.

McBEE, Isaiah (1840-1915); s/o Levi and Barbara (Ream) McBee. Orphaned by death of both parents on Oregon Trail.

McBEE, James P. "Doc" (1846-1906), m'd 1896, STROW, Iva May; s/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, John (1819-1865), m'd 13 Jul 1845, Ray Co, MO, MATHENY, Sarah; s/o Thomas and Rachel (Rilet) McBee. Settled in Marion Co. Their daughter Sarah Alice McBee, born in Oregon 2 Nov 1855, married Robert Thomas Judson, younger brother of her uncle Leonard Bowdish Judson, 18 Jan 1874 in Salem, Marion Co.

McBEE, John M. (1850-1852); s/o of John and Sarah (Matheny) McBee. Died on Oregon Trail.

McBEE, John T. (1833-1927), m'd aft. 1870, Douglas Co, OR,  SEARLES, Lucinda E; s/o Thomas and Susannah (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, John Wesley (1831-188), m'd 1st 31 Oct 1855, Marion Co, OT,  MATHENY, Elizabeth Jane; s/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee. Settled in Benton Co. M'd 2nd 21 Jul 1874, Benton Co, OR, GRUBBS, Josephine, sold Benton Co farm in 1874 and moved to Lane Co.

McBEE, Joseph: m'd 1875 IRWIN, Fannie

McBEE, Levi (1814-1852), m'd 31 Jan 1833, Stark Co, OH, REAM, Barbara Elizabeth; s/o Thomas and Rachel (Rilet) McBee. Died of cholera near Fort Kearney, NE; reportedly elected captain of the McBee wagon train.

McBEE, Mary Ellen (1851-1852): d/o John and Sarah (Matheny) McBee; died on the trail

McBEE, Mary Pauline (1844-1896), m'd 1st 24 Dec 1857, Washington Co, OT, WILKES, George Washington; d/o Levi and Barbara (Ream) McBee. Orphaned by death of both parents on Oregon Trail. M'd 2nd 21 Aug 1867, Washington Co, OR, RADCLIFF, William.

McBEE, Nancy Jane (1849-1916), m'd 18 May 1864, Benton Co, OR, SMITH, Tyra William Bray; d/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, Rebecca (1847-1923), m'd 3 Jan 1861, Washington Co, OR, KNIGHTEN, Isaac; d/o Levi and Barbara (Ream) McBee. Orphaned by death of both parents on Oregon Trail.

McBEE, Sarah (1840-?); d/o Thomas and Susannah (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, Thomas (1833-1859), s/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee. Died in Benton Co.

McBEE, Thomas (1844-?); s/o of Thomas and Susannah (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, William (1801-1865), m'd 12 Jun 1828, Stark Co, OH, MILLIGAN, Elizabeth; s/o Thomas and Rachel (Rilet) McBee. Settled in Benton Co.

McBEE, William (1837-?); s/o Thomas and Susannah (Milligan) McBee.

McBEE, William Henry (1839-1924), m'd 27 Jun 1869, Benton Co, OR, VANOY, Anna Eliza; s/o William and Elizabeth (Milligan) McBee.

MCBRIDE, Lovina: m'd DAVIS, [   ]

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*3) MCBRIDE, Ruth (1832-1877): m'd 1850 METZKER, William C.: d/o Charles and Lydia (Taylor) McBride

 

MCCLANE, Fielding ( - ): m'd 1858 COOLIDGE, Sarah J.

MCCARTNEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCARTNEY, Albert (c1848-c1891): s/o Nathaniel and Abigail (Parker) McCartney; after father's death in 1856 the family moved to CA where the mother died in 1864; Albert, appears in the 1860 Butte Co, CA census living with his mother and in the1880 Tehama Co, CA census living with his brothers, unmarried; raising cattle

MCCARTNEY, Benjamin F. (1845- ): s/o Nathaniel and Abigail (Parker) McCartney; after father's death in 1856 the family moved to CA where the mother died in 1864; Albert, appears in the 1860 Butte Co, CA census living with his mother

MCCARTNEY, Henry A. ( -1893): m'd FINNEY, Margaret A.

MCCARTNEY, John Lyman (1842-1895): s/o Nathaniel and Abigail (Parker) McCartney; after father's death in 1856 the family moved to CA where the mother died in 1864; John, age 28, appears in the 1880 Tehama Co, CA census living with his brothers, unmarried; raising cattle; died in Tehama Co, CA July 8, 1895

MCCARTNEY, John M. (1837-1885): m'd PORTER, Melinda J.

MCCARTNEY, Mary Louisa (c1843- ): m'd DILLON, Larkin W.; d/o Nathaniel and Abigail (Parker) McCartney; after father's death in 1856 the family moved to CA where the mother died in 1864; Mary, 27, appears in the 1870 El Dorado Co, CA census with her husband and children; 1880 Mary, 35, is enumerated in the Tehama Co, CA census living with her husband and children next door to her unmarried  brothers

MCCARTNEY, Nathaniel (1818-1856): m'd 1841 PARKER, Abigail M.; had a donation land claim for Linn Co; died in Scio, Linn County in 1856 and is buried at the Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

MCCARTNEY, William Henry (1842-1916): s/o Nathaniel and Abigail (Parker) McCartney; after father's death in 1856 the family moved to CA where the mother died in 1864; William, 38, appears in the 1880 Tehama Co, CA census living with his brothers, unmarried; raising cattle; died in Tehama Co, CA May 18, 1916 and is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Red Bluff, CA

MCCLENDON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCLENDON, C. C. (1832 - ): m'd 1856 BROWN, Susan; s/o Joseph and Jane (Londen) McClendon

MCCLENDON, Frances Keziah "Fanny"  (1796-1880);  m'd  TIGARD, Hugh W. (c1785-1838);  aunt of Evan H., Sarah Jane, and William M. Harer and also of Ewing P. Craig

*2) MCCLINTOCK, Phoebe Ann (1820- ): m'd BOOTH, Luke

MCCLUNG, J. ( - ): m'd ,

MCCLURE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCLURE, A. H.:

MCCLURE, Charles Wesley (1835- ): s/o James and Elizabeth (Farris) McClure;went to gold fields of CA first, 1852 emigrated to OR with family; settled in LaGrande area

MCCLURE, Infant son (1852-1852): s/o Lindsay and Sarah (Davidson) McClure; died on the trail with mother

Description: http://www.oregonpioneers.com/graphics/James&ElizabethMcClure.jpgMCCLURE, James (1790-1878 ): m1. FARRIS, Elizabeth ; m2. 1853 Larkin Metzker ZICKAFOOSE, Elizabeth; born in KY, moved to TN, IL and then to OR;settled in Polk Co; after wife's death in 1866 he moved to Wasco County to live near his son, William; died in Wasco Co 1878 and is buried on the hill now known as McClure Hill; was reported to have been the oldest veteran of the War of 1812 to be buried in Wasco County (photo is of James and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) McClure)

*3) MCCLURE, John Barnett (1819- ): m'd 1842 GOODHUE, Martha Jane; settled Yamhill Co

MCCLURE, Lindsay B. (1826-1866): m'd 1851 DAVIDSON, Sarah Jane; s/o James and Elizabeth (Farris) McClure; wife and new born son died on trail; he is buried in Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, OR

MCCLURE, Thomas Jefferson (1846-1929): s/o William and Amelia (Sullivan) McClure

MCCLURE, William T. (c1824- ): Wagons From Wapello

MCCLURE, William Carroll (1817-1895): m'd 1841 SULLIVAN, Amelia Hunt; s/o James and Elizabeth (Farris) McClure; settled first in the Vancouver area of what is now WA; in 1855 moved to Yamhill Co, OR; moved c1864 to The Dalles and 1866 to Mosier, Wasco Co where he remained until his death

MCCLURE, William Taylor (1850-1915): m1. 1878 MARSH, Josephine; m2. 1882 BLAKENEY, Emma; s/o William and Amelia (Sullivan) McClure

MCCONNELL, David Searles (1846-1889): s/o John and Marguerite (Larkin) McConnell

MCCONNELL, James Edward (1838-1900): s/o John and Marguerite (Larkin) McConnell

MCCONNELL, John (1809- ): m1. LARKIN, Marguerite; m2. 1853 (STUART) Boyd Searles, Myra

MCCONNELL, Naoma Elizabeth (1841-1923): d/o John and Marguerite (Larkin) McConnell

MCCONNELL, Nelson (1837-1907): s/o John and Marguerite (Larkin) McConnell

MCCONNELL, Susan: m'd c1846 CHESHER, James T.

MCCORMACK, Emily (1844-1918): m'd DEHUFF, [   ]

MCCORMACK, John K. (1827- ): m'd 30 Nov 1857 MASON, Lucinda

MCCOWN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCOWN, Ferdinand O. (1839- ): m'd 1865 MELDRUM, Sarah; s/o William McCown

MCCOWN, Isabel ( -1916): m'd BRENTS, Thomas Hurley; died in Walla Walla, WA

MCCOWN, William (1812- ):

MCCUBBIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCUBBIN, Abraham ( - ): m'd ,

MCCUBBIN, Alice C.: d/o James and China McCubbin

MCCUBBIN, Andrew (c1835- ): s/o James and China McCubbin

MCCUBBIN, James (c1812-1877): m1[ ], China; m2. 1853 Lewis, Barbara Ellen; settled Marion Co; first wife died in 1852 and may have died on the plains as did their daughter, Rachel Dotson

MCCUBBIN, James Jr.(1849- ): s/o James and China McCubbin; by 1877 was living in Columbia Co, WT

MCCUBBIN, Nancy Jane (c1844 - ): d/o James and China McCubbin; m'd FAULK, [ ]

MCCUBBIN, Rachel (-1852):  d/o James and China McCubbin; died on trail

MCCUBBIN, Samuel (c1834- ):  m'd STEVENS, Sarah E.; s/o James and China McCubbin; by 1877 was living in Columbia Co, WT

MCCUBBIN, Sarah ( - ): m'd ,

MCCUBBIN, Thomas J. (c1839- ): s/o James and China McCubbin

MCCUBBIN, William R. ( - ): m'd ,

MCCUBBIN, Zachariah (1831- ):  m'd 1850 [ ], Lucy; s/o James and China McCubbin; settled Marion Co; by 1877 was living in Columbia Co, WT

MCCULLOCH, James T. (1820-c1858): m. 28 Nov 1844 EUBANKS, Susan N. (WARE); father of three children (William T., Nancy Catherine and Martha J.)

MCCULLOCH, Martha J. (1850-1928): m'd 1869 KERLEY, William T.; d/o James and Susan (Ware) McCulloch; mother of 1 son, Lewis Kerley, who died as an infant

MCCULLOCH, Nancy Catherine (1847-1927): m'd 26 Jun 1864 MEDLEY, Oscar V.; d/o James and Susan (Ware) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, William T. (1845-aft 1930): s/o James and Susan (Ware) McCulloch

MCCULLY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*4) MCCULLY, Asa A. (1818- ): went to the CA gold fields in 1849

*4) MCCULLY, David (1825- ): m'd 07 May 1840 SCOTT, Mary Ann; captain of the train that included O'Donald, Dickey, Schaner, Esslinger, Hendershott, Plamondon, Angel, McDonald, Starkey, Linn, Tully, Roberts, and other McCully families

*4) MCCULLY, Hamilton:

*4) MCCULLY, J. D. (1820- ):

*4) MCCULLY, J.W. (1820- ):

*4) MCCUL:LY, John Henry (c1841-1852): s/o David and Mary (Scott) McCully; John died on the trail

*4) MCCULLY, Mary Jane: d/o David and Mary (Scott) McCully; John died on the trail

*4) MCCULLY, Samuel:

MCCUNE, Robert: see 1850

*4) MCDONALD, Benjamin A. (1848- ): s/o John and Margaret (Blodgett) McDonald

*4) MCDONALD, Clara Dillon (1852- ): m'd 1871 CRAWFORD, John Gilmour d/o John and Margaret [Blodgett] Hamilton McDonald. She was born on 14-15 July 1852 near Farewell Bend in what is now either Baker or Malheur county.

MCDONALD, J.W.:

*4) MCDONALD, Jennie: d/o John and Margaret (Blodgett) McDonald

*18) MCDONALD, John (c1832-1852): from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL; drowned in the Snake River 30 July 1852 while attempting to drive cattle across it; traveled with John Jordan

*4) MCDONALD, John Nelson: m'd BLODGETT, Margaret Hamilton

MCDONALD, Margaret: m'd MCPHERSON, William; widow traveling with her son, William Angus McPherson

MCDONNELL, Martha: m'd 1851 HEISLER, William

MCFARLAND, R. A. ( - ):  

MCFARLAND, W. H. ( - ):

*11) MCGRAW, Mr.; joined Crandall company May 2; was from WI

MCGUIRE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCGUIRE, Joseph (1826-1900): m'd 1853  MOORE, Maria; born in Beaver Co, PA; family moved in 1827 to Wayne Co, OH where his mother died when he was only 9 years old; his father died when he was 18; emigrated to OR in 1852; On February 02, 1853, in Salem, Oregon, Joseph married Maria Moore.  Family lore is that the Rev. Boone, whose home was on BooneIslandat Salem, officiated at the wedding of Joseph and Maria.  The Oregon Legislature was in session in the building next door and at Rev. Boone's request, all of the legislators were invited to witness the ceremony.  Joseph and Maria settled for a short time in Oregon City, where their first child, George Henry, was born.  In 1854, the family moved to Aurora, Oregon, where Joseph operated a gristmill.  The next year, they took a land donation claim near  Bethel, Polk County, Oregon where nine more children Charles Crawford, Clara Delila, Emma Frances, Anna Belle, Grant Ulysses, Laura Della, Walter Bonaparte, and Homer Clarke, were born.  The family remained on the farm until 1875 when they moved to nearby McMinnville.  There they built and operated a hotel in town and their youngest child, Henry Clay, was born.  As Joseph's health was failing, they sold the hotel in 1891 and moved to Hood River, Oregon where he died March 24, 1900.  Maria died April 27, 1919 in Salem.

MCILREE, Samuel ( - ): m'd ,

MCILREE, Walter ( - ): m'd ,

MCKAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCKAY, Elizabeth (1814-1881): m'd TUCKER, Henry Bellinger; d/o Samuel and Martha Ann (Martin) McKayl born 07 May 1814 and died 01 Aug 1881 Beaverton, Washington Co, OR

MCKAY, Samuel (1784-1872):

MCKAY, Thomas (1809- ): m'd SOMMERS, Mary; s/o Samuel McKay

MCKENZIE, Aurelia Jane (1830-1899): m'd MONTGOMERY , [   ]

MCKENZIE, Sarah (1825-1905): m'd 25 Oct 1846 TAYLOR, John A.; born 11 Jun 1825, West Liberty, Morgan Co, KY and died 11 Oct 1905 Walla Walla, Walla Walla Co, WA; mother of 9 children (Lucetta Rebecca, Francis Zachary, Anna L., Ella, Mary, Jennie, William, Harrison and John B.)

*4) MCKIERNAN, John S. (1829-1897 ): m'd 1856 STANLEY, Sarah C. s/o Edward and Catherine (Stanley) McKiernan

MCKINLEY, Elizabeth: m1. 1851 HALE, Elias; m2. DOAK, Andrew Jackson

MCKINLEY, Jemiama ( -1852): m'd HALE, Michael; died on trail of cholera

MCKINNEY, William Felix: emigrant of 1848 who returned east; accompanied Jonathan Riggs family in 1852

MCLAIN, Elizabeth: m'd 1842 GAULT, Pembroke; maiden name unknown at this time

MCLAIN, Lucy ( -1858): m'd 1840 GAULT, John

MCLINCCH, B. F. (1835- ):

MCMEEKIN, A. ( - ):

MCMILLAN, George C. (1850-1910): s/o Marcus and Elmira (Moyer) McMillan

MCMILLAN, Marcus (1820-1903): m'd 04 Jul 1849 MOYER, Elmira C.L.; settled in present day Thurston County, Washington

MCMILLAN, William M. (1853-1911): s/o Marcus and Elmira (Moyer) McMillan

MCMILLAN/MCMILLEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*14) MCMILLEN, Cecelia E.   (1829-1867): m'd  1849 ADAMS, William Dr.; d/o Joseph and Ruth (Gannett) McMillan; twin of Parthenia; [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5; diary on pages 253-312] Cecelia was born 16 Feb 1829 in Lodi, NY; she married William Adams 30 Jun 1849 Elgin, IL; both Cecelia and her twin sister, Parthenia were quite short.  At one point a lady asked if the mother of the little girls was along.  Cecelia was described as a born musician, artist and teacher.  She never had any children and died at the age of 38 at the home of her sister in Forest Grove.

MCMILLEN, Esther Belle: m'd 1852 HANNA, Joseph A. Rev.

MCMILLEN, Hugh (1818-1868), m'd LAFFEY, Charlotte.

*14) MCMILLEN, Joseph (1797-1890): m'd GANNETT, Ruth; He left his wife and three younger children in IL and traveled with his twin daughters to OR.  He returned east in 1856 via the Panama and brought his family overland in 1859.  He settled in Forest Grove.  Joseph was a millwright.  James H. McMillen, a son of Joseph and Ruth, had emigrated to Oregon in 1845.

*14) MCMILLEN, Parthenia (1829 -1915): m'd 1850 BLANK, Stephen; d/o Joseph and Ruth (Gannett) McMillan; twin of Cecelia; [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5; diary on pages 253-312 ]; Parthenis was born 16 Feb 1829 in Lodi, NY.  She married Stephen Blank 09 Nov 1850 in St. Charles, IL.  Stephen was a carpenter and cabinet maker.  Both Cecelia and her twin sister, Parthenia were quite short.  At one point a lady asked if the mother of the little girls was along.  Parthenia was described as taciturn, but never gloomy, she never sang nor played an instrument.  She had good taste but no ambition in art.  She never taught nor wanted to.  She was steady, earnest and a a cheerful worker.  Parthenia never had any children but adopted and raised ten orphans.

MCMORRIS, L.:

MCNUTT, Mary Ann ( - ): m'd WILSON, William Stanage

MCPHERSON, James (1820- ): m'd 1847 SCOTT, Mary Ellen

MCPHERSON, Joshua (1785- ):

MCPHERSON, William Angus (1828-1891): m'd 07 Oct 1852 FENN, Nancy Jane; s/o William and Margaret (McDonald) McPherson

MCREYNOLDS, Mr. ( - ): m'd ,

MCREYNOLDS, Rebecca ( - ):

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MEALEY, Charles B.: m'd SETTLEMEYER, Mary Jane; settled in Linn County
Mealey Family

 


MEANS, Susan (1844-1926): m'd GRAY, [ ]; d/o [ ] and Sylvana (Irwin) Means; father had died prior to emigration

MEANS, George: s/o [ ] and Sylvana( Irwin) Means; father had died prior to emigration

MEDLEY, Kate (1848-1926): m'd MEDLEY, [    ]; maiden name unknown at this time

MEEK, Jemima (1810-1870): m'd 1830 HUNTER, William; died at Brownsville, Linn Co; buried in Kirk Pioneer Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

MEEK, William ( - ):

MEEKER, Desire: m'd 1819 MEEKER, Enoch; maiden name unknown at this time

MEEKER, Enoch (1794- ): m'd 1819 [   ], Desire

MEEKER, Ezra: The Ox Team

MEEKER, Lindley (1829- ):

MELTON, Lucinda (c1824-1864): m'd 1839 CROSLEY, Bennett

MENDENHALL, Margaret ( -1896): m'd MENDENHALL, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

MENEFEE, William R. (1823-1906): m'd 1849 BENEFIELD, Nancy Jane

MERCER, Aaron (1826-1902) m1. 18049 LEONARD, Jane; m2. 1855 STOVEN, Ann Elizabeth; s/o Aaron and Jane (Dickerson) Mercer

MERCER, Alice (1848-1926): m'd 24 Dec 1865 BAGLEY, Clarence Booth; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Brigham) Mercer

MERCER, Eliza Ann (1841-1862): m'd 04 Dec 1856 GRAHAM, Walter; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Brigham) Mercer

MERCER, Mary Jane (1839-1910): m'd 1857 PARSONS, Henry George; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Brigham) Mercer

MERCER, Susannah (1843-1942): m'd 23 May 1861 GRAHAM, David; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Brigham) Mercer

MERCER, Thomas Dickerson (1813-1898): m1. 25 Jan 1838 BRIGHAM, Nancy; m2. 14 Sep 1859 WARD, Hester Loretta; s/o Aaron and Jane (Dickerson) Mercer

MERITT, Mathew:

MERRICK, Jane Morris Brown: m'd MERRICK, Mr.

MERRICK, Mr. : m'd BROWN, Jane Morris

MERRILL, Ebenezer S. (1831- ):

MERRILL, Henry (1833- ):

MERRIMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MERRIMAN, Auletta Lavinia (1848-1936): m1. BUZAN, John E.; m2. HARVEY, John E.; d/o  William and Mary (Lewis) Merriman

MERRIMAN, Joseph Wright (1852-1852):  s/o William and Mary (Lewis) Merriman; died and was buried near Goose Lake

MERRIMAN, Lucinda (1813-1890): m'd 1833 CONSTANT, Isaac; d/o Reuben and Betsey (Bennett) Merriman

MERRIMAN, William Harrison. (1825-1877): m1. LEWIS, Mary Ann; m2. 10 Feb 1853 RIDDLE, Artenecia; s/o Reuben and Betsey (Bennett) Merriman; settled in Douglas Co

MESPLIE, Theodore (1830- ):

MESSERSMITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MESSERSMITH, Andrew: m'd 1822 HALE, Justinia; settled in Lebanon area of Linn County

MESSNER, Daniel (1828- ): m'd 1850 HALL, Edna

METZKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
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*3) METZKER, Benjamin (1824-1900): m1. 1847 Liney Johnson (died); m2. 1849 Mary McBride; m3. 1875 Jemima Dawson. He divorced his second wife, Mary McBride (the sister of Ruth McBride), shortly after arriving in Oregon, having left her in Iowa.  He had a large family with Jemima Dawson, whom he md in 1875 in Medford, Oregon. 


*3) METZKER, Benjamin (1850- ):

*3) METZKER, Benjamin Zickafoose (1845- ): s/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

*3) METZKER, Catherine Melissa (1849- ): d/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

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*3) METZKER, Elizabeth Eleanor (1831-1917): m'd 1848 SYRON, William Thomas
 

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*3) METZKER, Eliza Jane (1851-1881): m'd 1868 WRIGHT, Benjamin; d/o William and Ruth (McBride) Metzker; Eliza Jane Metzker b. 27 Mar 1851 in Mahaska Co, Iowa.  Eliza died 30 Oct 1881 and is buried in Baker City, Baker, Oregon.  She married Benjamin Wright 31 Dec 1868 in Cove, Union, Oregon. (He was b. 28 Aug 1826 White River Twp, Randolph Co, Indiana d. 27 Feb 1905 Cambridge, Washington, Idaho)   They had five children.

*3) METZKER, George: s/o Henry] and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) Metzker

*3) METZKER, George W. (1850- ): s/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

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*3) METZKER, John Rev. (1820- ): m'd 1841 CONNER, Mary

 

*3) METZKER, John William (1841-1922): m1. 1867 REESE, Tasey S., dau of George H. and Margaret (Wright) Reese. She died 2 jun 1896 in Lakeview,Lake,Oregon; m2. NEWLIN, Elizabeth Eliza Emmeline (1849-1910) who died in Cedarville, Modoc Co, CA; s/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

*3) METZKER, Lucinda (1851- ): s/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

*3) METZKER, Mary Elizabeth (1847-1886): m'd 1864 MILLER, George W.; d/o Benjamin and Liney (Johnson) Metzker; died at Drain, Douglas Co, OR

*3) METZKER, Minerva (1847- ): d/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

*3) METZKER, Nancy Ann (1846-1928): m'd BROWN, [   ]; d/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

*3) METZKER, Sarah Elizabeth (1843- ): d/o John and Mary (Conner) Metzker

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*3) METZKER, Susannah Zickafoose: m1. 1846 FRANKLIN, Benjamin; m2. 1874 GATES, Lucian (div); m3. 1882 MCFADDEN, William Henry; d/o Henry and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) Metzker; sister of Capt. John Metzker who led train to OR




Description: http://www.oregonpioneers.com/graphics/WilliamCMetzker.jpg*3) METZKER, William C. (1830): m'd 1850 MCBRIDE, Ruth; s/o Henry and Elizabeth (Zickafoose) Metzker; William C. Metzker, was born 14 Apr 1830 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana and died 30 Oct 1893 Willow Ranch, Modoc,California.  He married 23 May 1850 in Mahaska County, Iowa to Ruth McBride b. 16 Feb 1832 in Ohio and died 8 Nov 1877 in Union Co, Oregon.  They had ten children. 

 

*3) METZKER, William Harvey (1850- ): s/o Benjamin Metzker; Benjamin left wife and took William Harvey to OR

MEYER, Marie Elizabeth (1779-1867): m'd May 1829 MOCK, Henry A.

MILHOLLEN/MILHOLLAND FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*6) MILHOLLEN, David (c1827- ): s/o David and Mary (Gray) Milhollen

*6) MILHOLLEN, Margaret Matilda (c1821- ):  m'd FORGEY, John; d/o David and Mary (Gray) Milhollen

*6) MILHOLLEN, Mary Emaline (c1824- ): m'd FORGEY, James; d/o David and Mary (Gray) Milhollen

*6) MILHOLLEN, Theresa Jane (c1828- ):  d/o David and Mary (Gray) Milhollen

*6) MILHOLLEN, William J. (c1830- ): s/o David and Mary (Gray) Milhollen

MILL, Robert (1803- ):

MILLDORN, John (1804- ): m'd 1825 LEE, Mary W.

MILLER, Charles D. (1827- ): m'd 1865 GRAY, Nancy M.

MILLER, Cynthia: m'd 1829 MILLER, Daniel; maiden name unknown at this time

MILLER, D. A. (1818-1874):

MILLER, Daniel (1804- ): m'd 1829 [   ], Cynthia

*1) MILLER, Elizabeth: m1. 23 Feb 1837 HARDIE, Hiram; m2. 23 Aug 1853 MCCULLOUGH, William Smith

MILLER, Ephraim Lanson: (1852 -1852): infant son of James and Sara (Musik) Miller; died of cholera on trail

MILLER, George B. (1830- ):

MILLER, George M. ( -1914):

MILLER, Hester (1822-1881): m'd  12 May1837 LAWRENCE, John W.; Hester was born 01 Dec 1822 OH and died 20 Aug 1881 Monroe, Benton Co, OR;  she is buried in Monroe Cemetery, Monroe, Benton Co, OR; Hester was the mother of 12 children (Wesley Norman, George, Elizabeth Rebecca, Bide M., Melissa, John A., Aldon, Andrew, Sarah A., twins Manuel and Lemuel L., and Laura M.)

MILLER, Hulings (1812-1882): m'd 1834 WITT, Margaret

*1) MILLER, Isaac Newton Jr.:

MILLER, Jacob P. (1808- )

MILLER, James (1818-1882 ): m'd WHITSET,Lucinda; m2. MUSIK, Sara J.; s/o James and Susannah (Basham) Miller

MILLER, James Carter (1845 - 1852 ): s/o James and Lucinda (Whitset) Miller

MILLER, James H. (1827-1852): m'd 1852 [   ], Mary A.

*3) MILLER, John:

MILLER, John Thomas (1836 -1927 ): m'd 1870 BRIDGES, Mary Emma; s/o James and Lucinda (Whitset) Miller

MILLER, John Wilkerson (1823-1917): came up from CA

MILLER, Johnathan Paris Basham (1847-1926): s/o James and Lucinda (Whitset) Miller

MILLER, Malinda (1840-1929): m'd APPLEGATE, Robert Shortess; d/o James and Lucinda (Whitset) Miller; born 15 Apr 1840

Mary MILLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1) MILLER, Mary (1818-1852): m1. MOORE, William M.; m2. CLARK, Alvin; died on trail where Willow Creek crosses the Oregon Trail, Morrow Co, OR; she is buried there and remainder of family went on to Benton Co; later descendants moved back to Morrow Co

MILLER, Mary A.: m'd 1852 MILLER, James H.; maiden name unknown at this time

MILLER, Peter E. (1825- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Rosina

MILLER, Rosina: m'd 1846 MILLER, Peter E.; maiden name unknown at this time

MILLER, Samuel T. (1826-1889): m'd 1844 GIBBINS, Mary Elizabeth

MILLER, Sebastian E. Capt. (1828- ): m'd 1853 POWER, Sarah E.

MILLER, Samuel: m'd HART, Rachel

MILLER, Silas V. (1818- ):

MILLER, Susan Perlina: m'd JONES, Jacob Jr.

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

MILLER, William ( -1913):

MILLER, William Y. (1811- ): m'd 1841 HODGEN, Sarah A.

MILLHOLLEN, David A. (c1828- ):

MILLHOLLEN, Elizabeth (1840-1917): m'd MILLHOLLEN, William; maiden name unknown at this time

MILLHOLLEN, William (1832- ): m'd [   ], Elizabeth

MILLIGAN, Elizabeth (1808-1893), m'd m'd 12 Jun 1828, Stark Co, OH, McBEE, William; sister of Susannah Milligan.

MILLIGAN, Susannah (1820-1889), m'd 1st 1 Apr 1832, Stark Co, OH, McBEE, Thomas, s/o Thomas and Rachel (Rilet) McBee. He died bef. 1850. m2. 15 Jan 1857, Benton Co, OT, MILLER, Alanson L. They settled in Douglas Co.

MILLIKIN, Martha Ann: m'd 1839 MILLIKIN, William G.; maiden name unknown at this time

MILLIKIN, William G. (1811- ): m'd 1839 [   ], Martha Ann

MILLION, Nancy: m'd DAVIDSON, Green

MILLIORN, Elizabeth Catherine (1826-1860): m'd RHEA, Elijah Walden; d/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn

MILLIORN, James Polk (1840-1931): m'd MULHOLLAN, Katherine "Kittie"; s/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn

MILLIORN, John F. (1838-1864): s/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn

MILLIORN, John Henry (1804-1890): m'd c1825 LEE, Mary W.; settled in Lane County

MILLIORN, Mary S. (1844-1888): m1. PICKETT, William G.; m2. LUPER, James N.; d/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn

MILLIORN, Philipia "Eugenia" (1849-1937): m'd HOFFMAN, James; d/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn

MILLIORN, Sarah H. (1830-1852): m'd MYRTLE, Horace Downing, d/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn; died on trail

MILLIORN, Thomas A.: s/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn went to California in 1849 and moved up into Oregon in 1852; see 1849 listing

MILLIORN, William H. (1835-1916): m'd LEMLEY, Nancy; s/o John and Mary (Lee) Milliorn

MILLS, James Allen (1815- ):

*23) MILSTER, Robert Locke (1828-c1899): m'd 17 Mar 1852 HINKLE, Nancy Elizabeth; born 1828 NC and died c1899 Marion County, OR; probably buried at Miller Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR (may be in an unmarked grave); resided most of his adult life in the Silverton area of Marion County; father of nine daughters (Mary E., Ida, Fanny A., Julia, A.A., Effie, Tessie, E. Lillie and Beda)

MINARD, Louisa: m'd 1850 MINARD, Stephen; maiden name unknown at this time

MINARD, Stephen (1823- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Louisa

*2) MINOR, Mary (1826-1900): m'd 28 Aug 1845 BOOTH, Robert

MIRES, Mary C. (1842-1919): m'd HAMILTON, [   ]

*18) MITCHELL, [  ]; drove Scott family wagon, working way across plains; first name not mentioned

MITCHELL, Catherine: m'd 1850 MITCHELL, John; maiden name unknown at this time

MITCHELL, Child ( -1852): died on trail; c/o James and Miranda (Shelly) Mitchell

MITCHELL, Elizabeth: m'd 1827 MITCHELL, William C.; maiden name unknown at this time

MITCHELL, Frederick (1808- ): m'd 1834 HILL, Rebecca

MITCHELL, H.A. (1826- ):

MITCHELL, J.W.:

MITCHELL, James: Mentioned in Samuel Woodruff diary.

MITCHELL, James G. (1818-c1894): m'd 1846 SHELLY, Maranda

MITCHELL, Jane: d/o James and Maranda (Shelly) Mitchell

MITCHELL, John (1831- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Catherine

MITCHELL, Mary Ellen (1835- ):

MITCHELL, Mr.: shared the driving of the Scott "family wagon"; when he caused an accident and was reprimanded he left the company.  In 1853 he was living at Portland, OR

MITCHELL, Nancy Jane: m'd 1850 CHILDERS, Thomas Griffin

*8) MITCHELL, Oliver: + family

MITCHELL, Sarah Ann (1846-1926): m'd BUNNELL, A.M.

MITCHELL, William C. (1805- ): m'd 1827 [   ], Elizabeth

MOCK, Henry (1873-1884): m'd May 1829 MEYER, Marie Elizabeth; buried Historic Columbian Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

MOCK, John (1838-1916): s/o Henry and Marie Elizabeth (Meyer) Mock

MODIE, Effie E. (1850- ): m'd 1866 BROWN, Jesse

MODIE, Jacob (1822- ): m'd 1847 [   ], Rachel

MODIE, Nancy: m'd GARRISON, Ephraim

MODIE, Rachel: m'd 1847 MODIE, Jacob; maiden name unknown at this time

MOLL, David (1826- ):

MONROE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MONROE, Cordelia: m'd ODEN, Levi L.

MONTGOMERY, Alimirin (1822- ): m1. CLARK, Fanny; m2. 1851 SLUTH, Emily

MONTGOMERY, Flora ( - ):

MONTGOMERY, Libby ( - ): m'd ,

MONTGOMERY, Lydia (1812-1888): m'd 04 May 1838 BENEFIEL, Jesse;  born 21 Jul 1812 Wayne Co, IN and died 09 Apr 1888 San Luis Obispo Co, CA; mother of  eight children (Elizabeth Frances, Mary A., Sidonah Jane, Francis Marion, George Washington, Thomas, Albert Gatalin and William Louis)

MONTGOMERY, Sarah: m'd 1840 DAVIDSON, Henry

MONTGOMERY, William N. (1833- ):

MOODY, Elizabeth: m'd 1850 PERKINS, James H.

MOODY, Mary ( -1915): m'd MOODY, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

MOON, T.F. (1849-1929):

MOONEY, Samuel (1810- ):

Christopher MOORE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MOORE, Albert ( -1913):

MOORE, Anderson (1820- ):

MOORE, Annie: m'd 1835 CURTIS, John

MOORE, Christopher Wilkinson (c1799-1869): m'd 1829 CRAWFORD, Elizabeth "Eliza"; born near Dublin, Ireland, emigrated to NY c1819; moved to Trafalgar, Halton Co, Upper Canada (now Ontario); resided in Canada for many years; c1846 moved to Wauwatosa, WI; After reading of the wonderful opportunities in the Oregon country, Christopher and Eliza, along with their eight children, joined one of the many emigrant trains bound west on May 5, 1852, the year of the largest immigration.  They passed through Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, Iowa, mere villages at that time, and found most of western Iowa sparsely populated, with only an occasional building or small settlement.  From what is now  Omaha, Nebraska(non-existent at that time), until they reached Fort Laramie in eastern Wyoming, they did not see a single building!  From Fort Laramie, they journeyed to Fort Hall, near  Pocatello, Idaho, and then followed the Snake River into Oregon.  Three days before their arrival in The Dalles, they ran out of flour, so Eliza walked ahead of the wagon train to secure supplies.  She returned with freshly baked bread, a welcome sight for her hungry children.  The snows had already closed the trail to the Willamette Valley, so the cattle were left in The Dalles for the winter.  Due to the severe weather, the entire herd died.  From The Dalles, the family continued along the Columbia River by portage railroad (the cars were pulled by mules) and then by flatboat.  On November 6, 1852, after more than 2,000 miles and six long months, they finally arrived in Portland (nicknamed Stumptown at that time).  They spent the winter in Oregon City, a few miles south of  Portland.  The next spring, Christopher obtained a Donation Land Claim seven miles south of  Salem, in Marion County.  The family built a log cabin on the property and began farming the land.  Christopher died May 04, 1869 in Salem, Oregon

MOORE, Christopher W. (1833- ):

MOORE, Dr.: traveled with York family; probably husband of Emily York

MOORE, E. ( -1852): died on trail

MOORE, Ira (1832- ):

*1) MOORE, Isaac Miller (c1840- ): s/o William and Mary (Miller) Moore; emigrated with mother and step-father, Alvin Clark

MOORE, James Monroe (1840- ): m'd JORDEN, Nancy; s/o Robert and Malinda (Scrivner) Moore; born 22 Aug 1840/1837 Sherman Co, MO; settled Chetco Valley, Curry Co, OR in 1859; father of 8 children; blacksmith

MOORE, Jonah Wiseman (1839- ): m1. 1868 GARRETT, Elizabeth; m2.MCMILLEN  (HANLEY),  Mrs.;s/o Robert and Malinda (Scrivner) Moore; born 15 Oct 1839 Sheridan Co, MO; father of 5 children by first wife (Anna May, Ivy, Ettie, R.A. and Richard Irvin); successful gold miner

MOORE, John Bull (1846-1930): m'd 1865 BAKER, Mary Jane; s/o Robert and Malinda (Scrivner) Moore; born 04 Jul 1846/9 Sheridan Co, MO and died 19 Apr 1930 Brownsville, Linn Co, OR

MOORE, Jonathan L. (1830- ):

*1) MILLER, Libby: d/o William and Mary (Miller) Moore; emigrated with mother and step-father, Alvin Clark

MOORE, Lucinda (1813-1852): m'd LEWIS, Fielding Jr.; died on trail and buried on the banks of the Snake river near Birch Creek

MOORE, Malinda ( -1852): died on trail

MOORE, Margaret:

*1) MOORE, Maria (1832-1919): m'd 1853 MCGUIRE, Joseph; d/o Christopher and Eliza (Crawford) Moore

MOORE, Mary Ann: m'd WILSON, George Washington

MOORE, Mary Elizabeth (c1838- ): m'd VANDERPOOL, Larkin; d/o William and Mary (Miller) Moore; emigrated with mother and step-father, Alvin Clark

MOORE, Robert Monroe (1817-1908): m'd 27 Oct 1836 SCRIVNER, Malinda; wife died on trail; s/o Jonah Moore; born 10 Feb 1817 TN and died 17 Dec 1907 Smith River, Del Norte Co, CA; father of 4 children (James M., Jonah Wiseman, Silas A. and John Bull)

MOORE, Seth W. (1833- ):

MOORE, Silas A. (1844-1912): m'd 18 Apr 1869 JORDEN, Margaret; settled Chetco Valley, Curry Co, OR; s/o Robert and Malinda (Scrivner) Moore; born 26 Dec 1844 Sheridan Co, MO and died 06 Mar 1912 Del Norte Co, CA; operated sawmill in partnership with brother

MOORE, Square Davis ( - ):

*1)MOORE, Thomas (c1837-): s/o William and Mary (Miller) Moore; emigrated with mother and step-father, Alvin Clark

MOORE, William J. ( -1852): m'd 1844 [   ], Winnifred; died on trail

MOORE, William T. (1824- ):

MOORE, Winnifred: m'd 1844 MOORE, William J.; maiden name unknown at this time

MOORES, Charles B. (1849- ): m'd 1881 CHAMBERLAIN, Sarah E.; s/o John and Virginia (Lamon) Moores

MOORES, Gertrude E. (1851-1877): m'd 1874 MILLER, Miles M.; d/o John and Virginia (Lamon) Moores

MOORES, Isaac Ross Sr. (1805-1861): m'd ALEXANDER, Jane

MOORES, Isaac Ross Jr. (1831-1884): m'd 1856 LAMON, Ella

MOORES, John H. (1821-1880): m'd 1847 LAMON, Virginia Lafayette; s/o Isaac and Jane (Alexander) Moores

MOORES, Mary Matilda (1826-1864): d/o Isaac and Jane (Alexander) Moores

MORE, Anna (1847-1931): BUKER, [   ]

*2) *26) MORELAND, Ann Eliza (1838-1857): m'd 1855 CALVERT, John; d/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

*2) *26) MORELAND, Josephine (1841-1861): m'd 1861 CALVERT, Charles; d/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

*2) *26) MORELAND, Julius Caesar. (1844-1918): m'd KLINE, Abigail B.; s/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

*2) *26) MORELAND, Jesse (1802-1891):m1. 18 Dec 1824 ROBERTSON, Susan; m2. 1863 WALDO, Alvarilla; born 01 Jan 1802 Surry Co, NC and died March 1891 Needy, Clackamas Co, OR; father of 9 children (Wesley, Sarah Jane, Martha, Mary Cooper, William, Samuel A., Ann Eliza, Josephine and Julius Caesar)

*2) *26) MORELAND, Mary Cooper (1832-1905): m'd 1851 ROBINSON, Francis Wesley; d/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

*2) *26) MORELAND, Samuel A. (1836-1886): m'd 01 Jan 1872 CASE, Sarah Frances; s/o Jesse andSusan (Robertson) Moreland; born 01 Nov 1836 Jackson Co, TN and died 19 Mar 1886; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

*2) *26) MORELAND, Sarah Jane (1827-1916): m;d 1850 OWEN, Mitchell M.; d/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

*2) *26) MORELAND, Wesley: s/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

*2) *26) MORELAND, William (1834/7- ): m'd 1869 NOBLET, Margaret Janes/o Jesse and Susan (Robertson) Moreland

MORGAN, Clarinda: m'd 1842 MORGAN, James S.; maiden name unknown at this time

MORGAN, David C. (1831- ):

MORGAN, David Dudley (1834- ):

MORGAN, Drusilla: m'd 1852 GUERIN, George Crane

MORGAN, Erastus Newton (1837-1923): m'd GAUIRES, Lydia; s/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Frances ( -1852): died on trail; d/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Harrison B. ( -1915):

MORGAN, Henry C. (1832- ):

MORGAN, Hiram G. (1824- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Louisa E.; s/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Jacob L. (1833-1920):

MORGAN, James P. (1810- ): m'd 1831 BEAUMONT, Susan

MORGAN, James S. (1824- ): m'd 1842 [   ], Clarinda

MORGAN, John (1812- ): m'd 1839 STANLEY, Jane; s/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Jonathan (1792- ): m'd 1812 [   ], Lidia

MORGAN, Joseph ( -1852): died on trail

MORGAN, Leroy ( -1852): died on trail

MORGAN, Levi ( -1852): m'd 1833 [   ], Mary; died on trail to OR on the Snake River 28 Jul 1852

MORGAN, Louisa E.: m'd 1849 MORGAN, Hiram G.; maiden name unkown at this time

MORGAN, Luther (1832- ): s/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Lydia: m'd 1812 MORGAN, Jonathan; maiden name unknown at this time

MORGAN, Martha: m'd 1840 MORGAN, Richard; maiden name unknown at this time

MORGAN, Mary (1818- ): m'd 1833 MORGAN, Levi; maiden name unknown at this time

MORGAN, Nancy ( -1852): died on trail; d/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Nancy : m'd 1848 MORGAN, Peter P.

MORGAN, Peter ( -1852): died on trail

MORGAN, Peter Mrs. ( -1852): died on trail

MORGAN, Peter P. (1814- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Nancy; s/o Rawley Morgan

MORGAN, Rawley (1802- ): father of Hiram G., John, Peter, Nancy, Luther, David, Rufus, Erastus, Francis, Clarissa, Catherine and Evan E.

MORGAN, Richard ( -1852): m'd 1840 [   ], Martha; died on trail

MORGAN, Ruth: m'd 1849 MORGAN, William H.; maiden name unknown at this time

MORGAN, Sarah E. ( -1852): died on trail

MORGAN, William (1831- ):

MORGAN, William H. (1827- ): m'd 1849 [    ], Ruth

MORRIS, Alvina P.:

MORRIS, Douglas (1843-1914):

MORRIS, Elias:

MORRIS, J.B. ( -1852): died 23 May 1852, from IN

MORRIS, James (1852- ): s/o John and Margaret (Brown) Morris; born on trail near Ft. Bridger; buried old Pioneer Cemetery, Vancouver, WA

MORRIS, John Deverick: m'd BROWN, Margaret; buried in old Pioneer Cemetery, Vancouver, WA

MORRIS, M.L./C. ( c1843-1852): Cecelia (McMillen) Adams mentioned in her diary  that they passed the graves of M.C. Morris, aged 9 yrs and Mary Morris, aged 19 yrs.

MORRIS, Mary: m'd 1841 EARNEST, William

MORRIS, Mary (c1833-1852): Cecelia (McMillen) Adams mentioned in her diary  that they passed the graves of M.C. Morris, aged 9 yrs and Mary Morris, aged 19 yrs.

MORRIS, Philemon (1807-1883): m'd 16 Apr 1845 PIERCE, Minerva

MORRIS, Rhoda: m'd YORK, Joseph

MORRIS, Robert L. (1835- ):

MORRIS, S.J.:

MORRIS, Son (1852- ): s/o John and Margaret (Brown) Morris; born on the trail near Ft. Bridger; buried in old Pioneer Cemetery, Vancouver, WA

MORRISON, Clarendon (1811- ): m'd 1833 [   ], Elizabeth

*18) MORRISON, Crawford; from Groveland, Tazewell Co, IL; left the company August 15th to travel down the Snake River in a wagon boat with several others from the company

MORRISON, Elizabeth ( -1916): m'd 1833 MORRISON, Clarendon; maiden name unknown at this time

MORRISON, Lydia (c1828-1891): m'd 1848 RUDD, Harry L.; Lydia was born in NH and died at Albany, Linn Co, OR

MORRISON, Susanna: m'd WHITE, [   ]

MORSE, James (1820- ): m'd 1842 SHOEMAKER, Augusta (or Susan)

*10) MORTON, Iva Jane (1834-1907): m'd DAVIS, Hardin

MORTON, Melinda: m'd 1856 SALING, Emery; d/o William and Catherine (Sisler) Morton; 1859 moved to Walla Walla; moved to Weston in early 1870s where her husband had a dry goods store, Reese & Saling; mother of 11 children

MORTON, William: m'd c1839 SISLER, Catherine; settled near McMinnville

MOSBY, David:

MOSER, Aaron ( -1852): died on trail

MOSER, Alonzo (1838 -1919):  m'd 1856 CHAMNESS, Harriet; s/o Joseph and Isabella Moser

MOSER, J. H. ( - ): m'd ,

MOSER, John (1827-1916 ): m'd 1847 PETREE, Sarah Ann; father of 12 children (Joseph H., Isaiah, Margaret E., Minerva, John F., Mary, Sarah, Isabella, Falista, Lemuel, Isabelle and Stoneman)

MOSER, Joseph Sr. (1804 -1873): m'd c1823 DUNIGAN, Isabella; father of 10 children (John, Lucinda, Mary, Tobias, Solomon, Joseph, Elizabeth, Harriet, Alonzo and William)

MOSER, Joseph Jr. (1832-1915 ): m'd 1854 MILLER, Sarah Jane; s/o Joseph and Isabella Moser

MOSER, Lucinda: m'd 1840 BOLIN, Daniel; d/o Joseph and Isabella Moser

MOSER, Mahala: m'd 1829 GARD, Timothy

MOSER, Mary (1829-1914): m'd c1846 HARTMAN, John

MOSER, William (1840-1928): m'd 1858 HARDMAN, Mariah

MOSS, Elizabeth Jane: m'd 1844 GOODPASTURE, Alexander

MOSS, Micajah. G. (c1805 - ): m'd 1836 [   ] , Sarah Ann

MOSS, Sarah Ann: m'd 1836 MOSS, Micajah G.; maiden name unknown at this time

MOSS, Stephen P. (1840- ): m1. 1861 ROBNETT, Sarah E.; m2. 1870 CASTEEL, Margaret S.

MOSS, Zela McCasey:

MOSSMAN, George ( -1852): died on trail

MOXLEY, Hester Ann (1821-aft 1858): m'd COOPER, James Lindsay

MOYER, J. M. (1829- ):

MUCK, Henry A. (1793- ): m'd 1829 [   ], Elizabeth

MULKEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MULKEY,  Benjamin G. (1844- ): m'd ZUMWALT, Cynthia; s/o John and Hester (Gist) Mulkey

MULKEY, Hannah (1848- ): m'd HAYES, Henry Taylor; d/o John and Hester (Gist) Mulkey

MULKEY, John Thomas (1825-1896): m'd 1843 GIST, Hester Ann; s/o Phillip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey

MULKEY, Martha H. (1851- ): m'd CYRUS, Lawson; d/o John and Hester (Gist) Mulkey

MULKEY, Mary Zerelda: d/o Thomas and Sarah (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULL, Noah (1816- ):

MULVANY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MULVANY, Newton Elderbrige: m'd (Unknown), Elizabeth; born near Knoxville and moved to Appanose Co, IA in the 1840s; s/o John W. and Mary "Polly" (Callen) Mulvany; had DLC for Yamhill county

MURPHEY, Calvin L. (1824- ): m'd 1848 , Margaret E.

MURPHY, Andrew (1826-1896): m'd COSGROVE, Elizabeth A.

*25) MURPHY, Elizabeth Frances (1832-1914):: m'd 13 Mar 1851 LUCAS, Albert Whitfield;  d/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born 18 Oct 1832 Warren Co, IL and died 17 Nov 1914 Polk Co, OR; buried Fircrest Cemetery, Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; mother of 10 children (Adah, Jay P., Nellie, Mary, Katherine, Susan Jane, Frank, Albert Lincoln, Frederick T. and one unknown)

*25) MURPHY, Emma D. (1850- ): m'd 14 Sep 1873 MCMURRY, James Scott; d/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born May 1850 Warren Co, IL; mother of 8 children (Ralph, Frank, Glen, Daisy, Myrtle, Nellie, Elsie and Edna); often seen listed as twin of Ellen but I believe this is an error in the 1860 and 1870 census records because Emma is listed in the 1850 Warren Co, IL census as 4 mos old and her sister Ellen was born in 1854 Oregon per the 1860 census.

*25) MURPHY, Henderson Warren (1835-1919): m'd 18 Nov 1863 DAVIDSON, Rebecca Lucretia; s/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born 03 Feb 1835 Warren Co, IL and died Jan 1919 Vancouver, Clark Co, OR; buried IOOF Cemetery, Lebanon, Linn Co, OR; father of 7 children (Sadie, John D., Omer, Nellie, Kate, Carried and Claud)

*25) MURPHY, James Thompson (1837 -1923): m1. c1857 HULL, Electa L.; m2. 20 Mar 1864 WHITMAN, Martha Jane; s/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born 20 Apr 1837 Warren Co, IL and died 27 Nov 1923 Marion Co, OR;

*25) MURPHY, John Ecles (1806-1876): m'd 22 Mar 1827 DOUGHTY, Frances Wright; s/o William and Nancy (Ferguson) Murphy; born 16 Oct 1806 Barren Co, KY and died 07 May 1876 Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; one of the founders of Western Oregon University at Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; buried at Fircrest Cemetery, Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; father of 13 known children (Susan Jane, William Preston, Elizabeth Frances, Henderson Warren, James Thompson, David Newson, Preston Holcomb, Nancy Angeline, Mary Adeline, Sarah Ann, Emma D., Ellen Margaret and Albert)

*25) MURPHY, John Turner (1843- ): m'd 06 Mary 1870 ROHRER, Ruth J.

*25) MURPHY, Mary Adeline (1846-1922): m'd CHRISMAN, Campbell Ewing; d/o John and Francis(Doughty) Murphy; born Jun 1846 Warren Co, IL and died 26 Feb 1922 Marion Co, OR

*25)  MURPHY, NancyAngeline (1844- ): m'd 29 Dec 1859 ROWLAND, George Washington d/o John and Francis(Doughty) Murphy; born 1844 Warren Co, IL; husband is buried IOOF Cemetery, The Dalles, Wasco Co, OR

*25) MURPHY, Preston Holcomb D. (1842-1930): m'd 21 Jun 1874 BOND,Sarah H.; s/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born 04 Jan 1842 Warren Co, IL and died 30 Nov 1930 Yamhill Co, OR; listed in the 1870 census as "deaf and dumb"

*25) MURPHY, Sarah Ann (1849-1925): m'd 25 Dec 1867 MULKEY, Hamilton Davis; d/o John andFrancis (Doughty) Murphy; born 07 Jun 1849 Warren Co, IL and died 20 Nov 1925 Linn Co, OR; mother of 5 children (Hattie, Winnie, Gertrude, Ollie and H.B.)

*25) MURPHY, Susan Jane (1829-1906): m1. 06 Oct 1847 MARSHALL, Robert W.; m2. 30 Apr 1850 MARSHALL, Joseph Latimer; d/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born 31 Jan 1829 Barren Co, KY and died 07 Apr 1906 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA

*25) MURPHY, William (1816-1874): m'd ROUNDTREE,Elizabeth

*25) MURPHY, William Preston (1832-1915): m1. 19 Dec 1855 TAYLOR, Sarah;  m2. 27 Sep 1866 STOVER, Sarah Elma (STANTON); s/o John and Francis (Doughty) Murphy; born 23 Jan 1830 Blooington, IL and died 01 Mar 1915 Riverside Co, CA; father of 2 children by first wife (Frances A. and Elsie); father of 4 children by second wife (Charles A., Myre E., Emma L. and Ross W.); settled in Marion County, OR until sometime just prior to 1900 when he is found in the Riverside Co, CA census

MURRAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MURRAY, Alexander Hamilton: m'd CONWAY, Clarinda; settled in Clatskanie area 1860s; buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Columbia Co, in unmarked grave

MURRAY, Charles (1819- ):

MURRAY, Daniel (1852-1852): s/o Alexander and Clarinda (Conway) Murray; was born at The Dalles and reportedly died soon after of the croup

MURRAY, James (1814- ): m'd 1846 THOMURE, Mary

MURRAY, Margaret ( -1853): m'd BARRETT, John

MUSIK, Sarah J. ( -1852): m'd MILLER, James; died on trail of cholera

MYERS, George (1829- ): m'd 1854 ARMENTROUT, Mary E.

MYERS, John (1830- ): of Clackamas Co; b. 15 Sep 1830 MO; to CA 1852; sheriff of Stanislaus Co, CA 1857; to OR 1860; sheriff of Clackamas co in 1868; State Senate 1872; m'd 1858; has eight children; merchant  

MYERS, Melvina (1818-1880) md 1836 William Franklin Robbins

 

MYRTLE, Horace Downing (1823-1883): m'd MILLIORN, Sarah H.

 

MYRTLE, John (1850- ): s/o Horace and Sarah (Milliorn) Myrtle

NAIL, Alexander ( -1896):

NAYLOR, Levina: m'd 1828 NAYLOR, William; maiden name unknown at this time

NAYLOR, William (1813- ): m'd 1828 [   ], Levina

NEAL, Asenath Anna (1826-1898): m'd WOMACK, [   ]; d/o Benjamin and Nancy (Harmon) Neal; some of the Neal family came in 1844

NEAL, Valentine (c1811-1852): m'd 1835 SUMPTER, Mary; s/o Benjamin and Nancy (Harmon) Neal

NEAL, William (1819-1877): m'd 1837 SNEED, Emily Jane; s/o Benjamin and Nancy (Harmon) Neal

NEER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
NEER, Abraham Caleb (1809 Germany - 1889 OR): m'd 1836 KING, Elizabeth

NEER, Benjamin (c1849 IA - ) s/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEER, Elizabeth (c1844 PA - ) d/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEER, Catherine (c1845 PA - ) d/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEER, George P. (1843 PA - ) s/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEER, John (1841 PA - ) s/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEER, Simon Abraham (1840 PA 1914 OR); s/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEER, William (c1848 IA - ) s/o Abraham Caleb and Elizabeth (King) Neer

NEILSON, W. W.:

NELSON, Andrew I. (1828 - ):

NELSON, Elizabeth: m'd 1852 SHEPARD, Henry; married on trail

*2) *26) NELSON, Samuel:

NESBITT, William (1815- ):

NESSLEY, Elizabeth Matilda (1845-1920): d/o Jacob and Mary (Frederick) Nessley

NESSLEY, Homer Frederick (1850-1944): s/o Jacob and Mary (Frederick) Nessley

NESSLEY, Jacob Groff (1812-1875): m'd 1839 FREDERICK, Mary

NESSLEY, John Jacob (1847-1935): s/o Jacob and Mary (Frederick) Nessley

NESSLEY, Lucinda Francis (1842-1925): d/o Jacob and Mary (Frederick) Nessley

NESSLEY, Milford Fawcett (1840-1911): s/o Jacob and Mary (Frederick) Nessley

NEWBILL, B. H. (1843- ): m'd 1859 ELLIS, Julia

NEWBILL, Nathaniel Alexander (1803- ): m'd 1833 , Sarah

NEWBILL, Sarah Francis ( - ): m'd ,

NEWBILL, Sarah G. (1804-1906): m'd KEMP, William; died at 102 years of age in McMinnville, Yamhill Co, OR

NEWCOMB, Elinore (1840-1926): m'd KUBLI, [   ]

NEWELL, J. S.:

NEWELL, J. T.:

NEWMAN, Francis A. (1826- )

*8) NEWMAN, Henry

*8) NEWMAN, William:

NEWSOM, John William (1828-1902): m'd 1865 GREENWOOD, Olive

*16) NEWTON, Rebecca C. (1818-1852): m'd DRURY, Thompson; born c1818 VA and died August 3, 1852 along the North Platte River ; mother of five known children (Melissa Ellen, Emily Frances, Celinda Susan, Newton and Wells W.)

NICHOLS, Henry Brainard (1821- ):

NICHOLS, Mary Ellen ( -c1909): m'd GARRISON, John Miller

NICHOLS, Susan R.: m'd 1849 JEFFRIES, Thomas S.

NICHOLSON, Emaline ( -1915): m'd LARKIN, [   ]

*2a) NICHOLSON, James [James Akin diary August 20, 1852 Tow the cattle across the river between the wagon beds, ferry the wagons over in the evening.  James Nicholson starts down the river in a wagon bed; October 10, 1852 James Nicholson, John T. Stewart and John Akin start with the cattle on the pack trail]

NICKELS, John:

NICKERSON, Eliza (c1813-1897): m'd 1834 DENNY, Christian; mother of Laura, Sarah, Owen N., John, Mahala and Presley M.

NICKERSON, Simon E.:

NIXON, Andrew (1827- ):

NIXON, Joseph (1824- ): m'd 1846 PARRISH, H.

*16) NOLAND, James S.:

NOLAND, N. (1842- ): m'd 1867 DAWSON, Melissa J.; s/o James S. Noland

NORRIS, Martha Ann (c1834- ): m'd 1849 WOOD, Hiram

NORTHCUTT, Salathiel (1837- ):

NORTHRUP, Edward J. (1834-1883): m'd 1856 MCNAMEE, Frances

NORTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
NORTON, Thomas Harvey (1819-1901): m'd DAVIS, Emeline; traveled with Luce, Coats and Clayton

*11) NORTON, Three Young Men: named in Coon family records

NOWER, Ann (1802-1883): m'd FIELDS, Ambrose; husband came out in 1847 and family followed later per Phil Hirl at PHirl@aol.com

NYE, Agnes (1833- ): m'd 1855 THOMPSON, Robert M.
*7) NYE, Martha Jane: m'd 1851 MAYS, John C.; mother of 8 children, c1870 located in Eastern Oregon at Weston; later moved to Colfax, WA where her husband died
NYE, Rachel: m'd 1840 BLAIN, William Barr d/o John Main Nye and Agnes Jones.

ODEN, Mary Elizabeth (1824-1852): m'd 03 Jan 1841 HOMSLEY, Benjamin Franklin; d/o Sarah and Jacob Oden;  born 20 Jul 1824 Lexington, Fayette Co, KY and died 10 Jun 1852 near Fort Laramie, WY  of complications of measles and getting wet when wagon overturned in water; mother of 5 children (Georgianna, Lycurges, Lura, Sarah Ellen and an infant); her grave was later found and now has a memorial marker provided by Oregon California Trail Association

O'DONALD, J. J. ( - ): m'd ,

ODEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ODEN, Levi L.: m'd MONROE, Cordelia; parents of 13 children [those born in OR were John T., Lura A., Richard, Henry, Eliza J., Mary, Osee, Esther, Buddy, Jerusha, Rose]

ODEN, Norris: s/o Levi and Cordelia (Monroe) Oden

ODEN, William G. (1826-1883): m'd 1854 BROWN, Emeline

ODEN, William H: s/o Levi and Cordelia (Monroe) Oden

*4) O'DONALD, John: s/o Jonathan and Catherine (Weaver) O'Donald

*4) O'DONALD, Jonathan P. (1826-1910): m1. 1847 WEAVER, Catherine (div 1864); m2. 1865 CROSS, Eliza Ann

*4) O'DONALD, William H.: s/o Jonathan and Catherine (Weaver) O'Donald

OGLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
OGLE, Amelia: d/o James and Anna (Stormer) Ogle

OGLE, James Anderson: m'd STORMER, Anna; settled in Douglas Co near Sutherlin

OGLE, John: s/o James and Anna (Stormer) Ogle

OGLE, Lucy Ann: d/o James and Anna (Stormer) Ogle

OGLE, Manerva: d/o James and Anna (Stormer) Ogle

OGLE, Mary Jane ( -1913): m'd DAVIS, Lemuel E.

OGLE, Sarah: d/o James and Anna (Stormer) Ogle

OGLE, William: s/o James and Anna (Stormer) Ogle

OGLESBY, Nancy A. ( -1853): m'd 1839 OGLESBY, Samuel R.; maiden name unknown at this time

OGLESBY, Samuel R. (1812 - ): m'd 1839 [   ], Nancy A.

OLDS, Aaron Knight (1813-1896): m'd GARRISON, Martha Jane

OLDS, D. G. (1823- ): m'd 1849 EATON, Eveline M.

OLDS, George (1827-1861): m'd 1851 FAIRBANKS, Sarah

OLDS, James H. (1830- ): m'd 1852 PARKER, Nancy Ann; m'd 13 Sep 1852 on trail; see 1851 listing

OLDS, Lucy A.: m'd 1851 DERBY, James R.

OLMSTEAD, Daniel: "July 15 This day we remained in camp.  We have been thrown into considerable excitement in consequence of a murder being committed in a train from Wisconsin, which is now camped one (half) mile from us (in the trial of which the men of our train have been called upon as jurymen).  The murder was committed on Hams fork of Green River, and the circumstances connected with it as near as I could learn was as follows:  One Daniel Olmstead was taking five men across the plains, and it appears that they had not lived very agreeably together as it was proved in the trial which came off to day that the five had boasted that they had their boss under their thumb and intended to keep him there.  It was proved that Olmstead went out in the morning to watch his cattle telling Sherman Dunmore (the murdered man) to make a fire and put on the teakettle so they could have some breakfast.  When he returned at breakfast time the other men had finished their repast and he asked where his breakfast was.  Dunmore replied that if he wanted any he might cook it himself.  This was the result of much abusive language on both sides; however Olmstead prepared his breakfast himself.  Dunmore threatening in the most abusive manner to whip him.  Olmstead calmly replied that if he did he would not live long to brag about it.  Upon this he left him and went into the tent and commenced eating his breakfast, using for the purpose a small sized butcher knife.  Dunmore followed him and jumping upon him commenced beating him and endeavored to kick him in the face with his boots.  Olmstead called upon the bystanders to take him off saying at the same time that he had a knife.  As no one interfered he stabbed him in the lower part of the chest.  Upon this Dunmore started back and exclaimed that he was stabbed.  He fell and in twenty minutes was a corpse.  The jury after an impartial investigation of the tragical affair brought in a verdict to this effect:  That the wound was made by the knife of Olmstead caused the death of the said Dunmore and that the same was inflicted by the aforesaid Olmstead in self defense." [Covered Wagon Women Vol 5, Journal of Abigail Jane Scott p. 88]

O'NEAL, Caroline Adelia (1830-1892): m'd 10 Feb 1850 BRUCE, William Petty; born 18 Jan 1830 Indiana and died 07 Jan 1892 Waitsburg, Walla Walla County, Oregon; mother of 6 children (John Hamilton, Mary Ellen, James William, Isadora Elizabeth, Edward L. and Caroline A.)

ORCHARD, Child (1851-1852):

ORCHARD, Father ( -1852): died on trail

ORCHARD, Jesse C. (1823- ): m'd 1843 , Minerva Ann

ORCHARD, Mary ( -1925):

ORCHARD, Mother ( -1852): died on trail

ORR, Isabella ( -1883): m'd 1852 ARMSTRONG, E. Thompson

ORRILL, Elizabeth: m'd BEDWELL, William K.; 1852 diary of Elizabeth Bedwell

OSBORN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
OSBORN, Samuel P.: m'd STEWART, Jane B.

OSBORNE, Margaret T.: m'd 1845 OSBORNE, Richard T.; maiden name unknown at this time

OSBORNE, Richard T. (c1823- ):m'd 1845 [   ], Margaret T.

OTIS, Albert H.:

OVERMAN, Amanda: m'd 1846 OVERMAN, George M.; maiden name unknown at this time

OVERMAN, George M. (1826- ): m'd 1846 [   ], Amanda

OVERMAN, Martha: m'd NOCHOLS, Henry Brainard

*2) *26) OWEN, George W. (1851-1858): s/o Mitchell and Susan (Moreland) Owen; born 12 May 1851 IL and died 06 Feb 1858 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR

*2) *26) OWEN, Mitchell McCracken (1822-1915): m1. 07 Jan 1844 PENN, Lucinda; m2. 07 Mar 1850 MORELAND, Sarah Jane; s/o Rev. Andrew Mitchell and Jane (McCracken) Owen; born April/May 1822 Henry Co, TN and died 10 Jan 1915 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; father of one child by first wife (Nancy); eight children by second wife (George W., Andrew Jesse, Susan G., Frank, Mary Emma, Effie, William Moreland and Ava)

OWEN, Nancy (1845-1852): d/o Mitchell and Lucinda (Penn) Owen; died on trail

OWENS, Hugh P. :

PAINE, Dulcinea ( -1896): m'd 1835 RIDGEWAY, James

PALMER, Blackford M. (1830- ):

*11) PALMITER, Charlotte: m'd STILLMAN, Henry; husband went to CA in 1849 and then moved into OR; Charlotte was accompanied in 1852 by brother Henry and cousin, Jonathan Palmiter

*11) PALMITER, Henry Stillman: brother of Charlotte (Palmiter) Stillman; [Polly Coon Diary: Jul 29 we left some of our company who are going to CA, Mr. D. Burrows, Mr. Webs & Mr. Peak - also part of Mr. Goodrich's Co- Mr. Peck, Mr. Palmiter & Hemphil (Hemphis?)]

PALMITER, John W. (1831- ):

*11) PALMITER, Jonathan: cousin of Charlotte (Palmiter) Stillman

PAQUETTE, Francis H. (1811- ):

PAQUETTE, Peter (1839-1896):

PARK, Joseph (1812-1902): m'd 1861 CURTIS, Mary A.

PARK, Margaret: m'd 1847 SHELLEY, John

PARKER, Abigail M. (1820 -1864): m'd 1841 MCCartney, Nathaniel; after death of husband moved to CA where Abigail died Mar 6, 1864

PARKER, Allen Ethan (1828 -1905): m'd 1852 UMPHREY, Julia Ann; s/o Eliel and Elizabeth (Bryant) Parker;  buried Albany Masonic Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

PARKER, Hollon:

PARKER, James S. (1813- ): m1. ; m2. 1853 EVANS, Amelia Caroline

PARKER, John (1841 - ):  s/o Eliel and Elizabeth (Bryant) Parker;

PARKER, Moses (1830 -1905 ): m'd 1856 UMPHREY, Mary Catherine; s/o Eliel and Elizabeth (Bryant) Parker; settled in Linn Co; buried Sandridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

PARKER, Nancy Ann ( -1907): m'd OLDS, James H.

PARKER, Patterson C. (1809-1890): m'd SCANTLING, Mary

PARKER, Patterson C.: m'd KING, Sarah

PARKHILL, John:

PARRISH, H.: m'd 1846 NIXON, Joseph

PARRISH, Lewis M. (1830- ): m'd 1859 WATKINS, Sarah J.

PARRISH, Nancy: m'd 1852 HALL, Amos Z.

PARRET/PARROTTT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PARROTT, Catherine M. (1845- ): d/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PARROTT, James (1850- ): s/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PARROTT, John Edward (1841- ): s/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PARROTT, Mary Ann (1840- ): d/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PARROTT, Richard: m'd VINSON, Mary Alice; s/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PARROTT, Samuel (1814 -1857): m'd 1834 EVEREST, Maria; settled Yamhill Co; arrived on ship Josephine in Feb 1852 from England

PARROTT, Thomas Henry (1836- ): s/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PARROTT, William (1852- ): s/o Samuel and Maria (Everest) Parrott

PATE, J. W.:

PATTERSON, A. W. Dr. (1814-1852): m1. 1847 SOVERN, Elizabeth ( -1848); m2.1859 OLINGER, Amanda C.

PATTY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PATTY, Elizabeth Ann (1841-1908): m'd 1859 BEWLEY, Theophilus Rollins; d/o William and Martha (Greene) Patty;

PATTY, George Marcus (1845-1907): m'd 1868 RUBLE, Lucy J.; s/o William and Martha (Greene) Patty

PATTY, Josiah James (1843-1852): s/o William and Martha (Greene) Patty; died on the trail

PATTY, William Rooker (1817-1890): m'd 1839 GREENE, Martha Ann; s/o Josiah West and Elizabeth (Rooker) Patty; buried in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; buried in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

PAUGH, Hester Ann (1828-1914): m'd 1848 FARWELL, Richard

PAXTON, Andrew B. (1833- ): m'd 1856 [   ], Nancy J.

PAYNE, Almon (1820-1877): m'd  28 Aug1848 BENNETT, Minerva Jane, s/o John and Juliana (Speer) Payne; born 11 Aug 1820 TN and died 09 Mar 1877 Clark Co, WA; father of 5 children (Juliana, Mary Caroline, Rufus M., Harriet and Minerva Jane); ; buried Fishers Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark Co, WA

PAYNE, Champion (1830- ): m'd MCCALLUM, E.

PAYNE, Juliana (1851-1856): m'd HILDERBRAND, Jonathan H.; s/o Almon and Minerva (Bennett) Payne; born 29 Mar 1851 Hancock Co, IL and died 13 Jul 1876 Clark Co, WA; buried Fishers Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark Co, WA

PAYNE, D. Montgomery (1823-1899); m'd 27 Feb 1851 BARMORE, Sarah Louisa; 1852 settled near Camas, WA; c1854 moved to Eugene, Lane Co, OR where they remained for about eleven years and then moved back to Grass Valley near Camas. WA

*11) PEAK, Mr.: [Polly Coon Diary: Jul 29 we left some of our company who are going to CA, Mr. D. Burrows, Mr. Webs & Mr. Peak - also part of Mr. Goodrich's Co- Mr. Peck, Mr. Palmiter & Hemphil (Hemphis?)]

PEARCE, Georgetta Howard (1838-1927): m'd TITUS, Silas, d/o Greenberry Pierce; name spelled Pearce

PEARCE, Greenberry C. (1809-1871): m'd EDWARDS, America F.; went to California gold fields in 1849, where he stayed briefly before returning to Ohio; emigrated again in 1852; buried Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon

PEARL FAMILY RESEARCHER:  Pearl Photos
PEARL, Elizabeth Ann (1842-1920): m'd 1865 VANWINKLE, Isaac Newton; d/o James and Elizabeth (Berry) Pearl

PEARL, Isabella Caroline (1840-1920): m'd 1854 KIRK, Henry Harrison; d/o James and Elizabeth (Berry) Pearl

PEARL, James A. (1849-1928): m1. 1878 MILLER, S. J.; m2. 19 Jul 1882 JESSE, Amanda M.; s/o Joseph and Sarah (Wiseman) Pearl

PEARL, James A. Rev. (1807-1897): m1. 1827 BERRY, Elizabeth; m2. 1847 WISEMAN, Elizabeth; settled in Linn County

PEARL, John A. (1833-1864 ):  m'd 1854 MICHAEL, Marinda R.; s/o James and Elizabeth (Berry) Pearl

PEARL, John Rush (1851-1931): m'd 1873 WEGER, Mary Florence; s/o Joseph and Sarah (Wiseman) Pearl

PEARL, Joseph (1829-1894 ): m'd 1848/49 WISEMAN, Sarah; s/o James and Elizabeth (Berry) Pearl; settled at Jefferson, Marion Co, OR and later at Linn Co; farmer and local preacher of the Methodist church; served in Rogue River Indian War; 1849 m'd Sarah Wiseman; father of 11 children

PEARL, Malinda R. (1838-1869): m'd 1855 KEENEY, Silas John; d/o James and Elizabeth (Berry) Pearl

PEARL, Mary (1850-1884): m'd 1868 ROBINETT, William; d/o  James and Elizabeth (Wiseman) Pearl

PEARL, Minerva (1848-1853): d/o James and Elizabeth (Wiseman) Pearl

PEARL, William Henry (1852- ): m'd 1880 HUGHES, Ada; s/o James and Elizabeth (Wiseman) Pearl

*11) PECK, Mr.: [Polly Coon Diary: Jul 29 we left some of our company who are going to CA, Mr. D. Burrows, Mr. Webs & Mr. Peak - also part of Mr. Goodrich's Co- Mr. Peck, Mr. Palmiter & Hemphil (Hemphis?)]

PELL, Mary Adeline (1839-1915): m'd 1854 HEMBREE, Albert T.

PERCIVAL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PERCIVAL, William (1815-1892): m'd 1847 MULKEY, Mary Zerilda

PERKINS, James H. (1831- ): m'd 1850 MOODY, Elizabeth

PERKINS, Joel B. (1810- ): m'd 1838 [   ], Margaret M.

PERKINS, Margaret M.: m'd `1838 PERKINS, Joel B. maiden name unknown at this time

PERKINS, Richard S. ( - ): m'd  1857 EAST, Elizabeth Jane; Richard was the father of ten children (Hannah 1858, Robert 1860, Richard 1862, John 1864, Elizabeth 1866, Jane Ann 1868, Charlotte 1871, Ada May 1874, Charles H. 1875 and George H. 1877)

PERKINS, Thomas J. (1831- ): m'd 1853 [    ], Eliza J.

PERRY, Clarissa: m'd LESLIE, Martin

PERRY, Johnson O. H.:

PERRY, Mary Ellen (1842- ):

PERRY, Robert (1806-1865):

PERRY, Thomas W. (1838- ):

PETREE, Sarah Ann (1830-1900): m'd 1847 MOSER, John

PETTINGILL, Mary ( - ): m1. RICE, [ ]; m2. COOK, Beckwith; emigrated with second husband and his family

PHELPS, Elizabeth :

PHETTEPLACE, Ruth: m'd 1826 COSTON, Alfred

PHILLIPS, Cinderella (1842-1926): m'd DARST, Paul; d/o John and Julie (Taylor) Phillips

PHILLIPS, Daughter: d/o David L. Phillips

PHILLIPS, David (1797-c1881): m'd SULLINGER, Sarah

PHILLIPS, David L.:

PHILLIPS, David L. Mrs.:

PHILLIPS, George Washington (1838- ): m'd TARPLEY, Martha A.

PHILLIPS, Huda: d/o David L. Phillips

PHILLIPS, Jesse Jackson (1840-1892): s/o John and Julie (Taylor) Phillips

PHILLIPS, John (1819-1907): m'd 1840 Taylor, Julie Ann; s/o Jesse J. and Mary Ann (Rutherford) Phillips

PHILLIPS, John Calvin (1850-1935): s/o John and Julie (Taylor) Phillips

PHILLIPS, Phile (1825- ):

PHILLIPS, Riley Polk (1847-1933): m'd RICE, Elizabeth Abigail; s/o John and Julie (Taylor) Phillips

PHILLIPS, Son: s/o David L. Phillips

PHIPPS, Nancy Ann (1814- ): m'd TAYLOR, Samuel

PICKENS, S.:

PICKETT, Caroline Virginia ( -1852): m'd WAGGONER, Bird; died on the trail of cholera and was buried along the trail

PIERCE, Benjamin Franklin (1820- ): m'd 1841 HOLLENBECK, Matilda

PIERCE, Minerva (1824-1899): m'd 16 Apr 1845 MORRIS, Philemon; born 04 Apr 1824 Steuben, New York and died 22 Mar 1899 Salem, Marion County, Oregon; d/o Eliphalet Pierce (1782 Mass-1845 IL) and Annie McMichel (1785 Mass-1863 IL)

PIERCE, Samuel Andrew (1830- ): m'd  1854 TURNIDGE, Emily Jane

PIERCE, William ( -1852): While enroute David Donahue shot and killed William Pierce, another member of the party.  The others of the party tried, convicted and shot the murderer and buried him in the same grave with his victim.

PIKE, Harvey L. (1842-1897): s/o John H. Pike

PIKE, John Henry (1815-1903): m1. c1840 ; m2. c1862 LAKE, Hellen Comfort

PIPER, E.H. (1830- ):

*4) PLAMONDON, Elmina (1848- ): m'd 1872 HARLAN, Elisha C.; d/o Eugene and (1st wife) Plamondon

*4) PLAMONDON, Eugene Michael (1826- ): m1. ; m2. 1851 DAVIES, Edith Pocahantas Virginia; m3. 1861 ILLIDGE, Elizabeth; m4. 1867 SCOTT, Mary A.

*4) PLAMONDON, Francis Flavie (1830-1871): m'd 1860 DUBOIS, Matilda

*4) PLAMONDON, Maria Clarissa (1824 -1883): m'd 1853 DILLON, Isaac

PLATT, Amanda: m'd 1830 EDDY, Hiram; d/o Richard and Polly Platt; settled Polk Co; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

PLOUGH, Seline: m'd MARTIN, Thomas J.

PLYMALE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PLYMALE, Gabriel:

POINTS, Samuel H. (1817- ):

POLLOCK, Joseph: brother of William

POLLOCK, William Neely (1832-1899): m'd 1859 RAMSAY, Mary Elizabeth

POMEROY, Lyman (1833- ): m1. 1859 BRELER, Sarah A.; m2. 1860 BRELER, A. S.

POOLER, Lewis Clinton (1832-1901): m'd 1856 STARMER, Adeline

PORTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PORTER, D. P. ( - ):

PORTER, Jerome A. (1833-1896): m'd 1862 WOOLEY, Ellen

PORTER, L. C. (1831 - ):

PORTER, Mary Bowen: m'd 1835 GIBSON, George

POTEET, Mary: m'd 1814 GILMORE, James

POTTER, Julia Ann: m'd ROBERTSON, [   ]

POTTER, Robert (1816- ):

POWELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:  Powell Descendant, Bob Zybach, plays music from the Trail
POWELL, Abraham Thomas (1841- ): m1. 1860 CURL, Amanda; m2. 1879 TERRY, Eveline; m3. 1902 BEELER, Alice; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Ann (1832-1924): m'd 1853 CARMICHAEL, Philip; d/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Barbara (1841-1889): m'd 1860 SLOAN, James; d/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Daniel (1826-1907): m'd 1862 CARY, Mary Jane; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Elias (1822-1874): m'd HUNT, Rebecca s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Esther (1827-1863): m'd MOORE, Robert; d/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Jane: m'd BEELER, John; d/o Joseph and Hannah (Jewson) Powell

POWELL, Joab (1799-1873): m'd 1817 BEELER, Anna; s/o Joseph and Hannah (Jewson) Powell; a Baptist Circuit Rider; founded Providence Church in Jefferson, Linn Co in 1853

POWELL, Joab Jr. (1834-1872): m'd 1858 PRINE, Rebecca Jane; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, John (1818-1891): m'd 1838 YORK, Emily; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, John B. (1819-1855 ): m'd 1848 [   ], Eliza E.

POWELL, Lucinda (1817-1852): m'd 1836 PROPST, Anthony; died on trail near Echo, OR while giving birth to twin girls; buried near Echo, Umatilla Co; d/o Joseph and Sarah (Alkire) Powell

POWELL, Mary (1830-1913): m'd 1852 DAVIDSON, Stephen; d/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Peter (1823-1910): m'd 1844 CYRUS, Nancy; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWELL, Silas (1825-1869): m'd 1845 RICE, Harriet; s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell; indications are that Silas actually came in 1850, returned east and accompanied other family members west in 1852

POWELL, W.S. (1832- ): m'd 1855 HILL, Ellen C.

POWELL, William (1838-1889): s/o Joab and Anna (Beeler) Powell

POWERS, Alanson M. (1828- ):

POWERS, Albert S. (1833- ):

POWERS, Benjamin (1826- ):

POWERS, Edward W. (1832- ): m'd 1855 [   ], Louisa M.

POWERS, Edwin (1822- ): m'd 1845 JONES, Sarah Ann

POWERS, Ira F.:

PRATT, Lewis P. (1825- ): m'd 1854 , Joysey Ann

PREPOT, J. W. ( - ):

*11) PRESTON, Mr.:

2a) PRICE, Belinda (1829-1882: m'd 24 Jul 1847 RHODES, David D.

PRINE, David (1831- ): m'd RAY, Elizabeth

PRINE, Sarah (1841- ): m'd 1854 FOREN, William Clayborn; d/o Elizabeth (Ailey) Dealy Prine Ray; Willim Clayborn Foren married 01 Jan 1854 to Sarah (Sally) Prine. Sarah and William were on the same train and she was just 13 years old when she married.  Sarah was the half sister of David Dealy Jr.; Sarah's mother came to Oregon in 1853 with her third husband, William Ray

PRINE, William Martin: was emigrant of 1850 who returned to MO and emigrated again in 1852 with family members

PROCTOR, John (1826- ):

PROEBSTEL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PROEBSTEL, Andrew P.: settled in Clarke Co, WT; returned to MO c1856 and lived out the remainder of his days there.

PROEBSTEL, Frederick (1829- ):

PROEBSTEL, Wendell (1821-1874): m'd 1868 FRY, Elizabeth

PROEBSTEL, William ( -1907): La Grande, Ore. --The death of William Proebstel, and Oregon pioneer of 1852,occurred at this home near La Grande September 1. He was 78 years of age. He leaves a wife and family of five children. Two daughters, Mrs. Hattie Eckley and Miss Pollie Proebstel, live in La Grande. Two sons are residents of Arizona, and the other son lives in Montana. [The Spokesman Review, Sept 6, 1907, Spokane, WA.

PROPST FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PROPST, Anthony (1810-1852): m'd 1836 POWELL, Lucinda; s/o Nicholas and Magdalena Propst; died at Foster's Farm one month after wife died on trail near Echo, OR; children were raised by a Powell uncle

PROPST, Franklin (1832-1917): s/o John Propst; accompanied his uncle, Anthony Propst, to Oregon in 1852; Franklin Propst, was born April 10, 1832, in Fayette County, West Virginia. His father was John, Anthony's brother. His mother is somewhat of a mystery. Some sources say that her name was Anna (Engle or Eagle). Franklin Propst shows up in the Menard County, Illinois, 1850 census as F. Propst, age 18.  After he arrived in Oregon, he settled in Linn County where he found work in a sawmill. In 1854 he entered into partnership with F. S. Powell, the mill operator. On June 18, 1855, he married Mary Powell.  After the marriage they settled on a donation land grant five miles east of Albany, where they lived for 20 years. He was a farmer.

PROPST, Henry Tayor (1849-1929): m'd 1870 NICKERSON, Ellen Robb; s/o Anthony and Lucinda (Powell) Propst

PROPST, James Marian (1843-1901): m'd GUILFORD, Ann Eliza; s/o Anthony and Lucinda (Powell) Propst

PROPST, John Wesley (1837-1939): m'd 1850 COLE, Margaret Jane; s/o Anthony and Lucinda (Powell) Propst

PROPST, Margaret Ann (1845-1907): m'd 1862 MORRIS, Nathaniel Miller; d/o Anthony and Lucinda (Powell) Propst

PROPST, Mary Eveline (1841-1924): m'd 1875 MCKecnie, William; d/o Anthony and Lucinda (Powell) Propst

PULLEN, Susan ( -1925): m'd LEE, [   ]

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