Emigrants to Oregon in 1852

Surnames R-Z

compiled by Stephenie Flora
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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

 

Captains of 1852

*1) Capt. Alvin Clark

*2)  Akin Company left Salem, Henry Co, IA 17 Apr 1852. Company included Akin, Richey, Ingram and Booth families.  They arrived at Kanesville, IA May 8, 1852 and left from there.  It appears they may have left about the same time as those listed in *17 and  traveled together or in close contact.  There were eleven deaths in this company.  Their journey has been documented and compiled by Mike Booth at mikeboo@clatskanie.com  At least for a portion of the journey they were joined by a group led by Newton D. Gilham (see #26)

*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.

*SR = Southern Route

 

Emigrants to Oregon in 1852  

Surnames R-Z

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.

RADDICK, S. (1834- ):

RAFFERTY, Mary: m'd 1838 RAFFERTY, Samuel B.; maiden name unknown at this time

RAFFERTY, Samuel B. (c1815- ): m'd 1838 [   ], Mary

RAGSDALE, Alfred F. (1819- ):

RAGSDALE, John (1836 - ): ambushed by a party of Indians

RAHLES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RAHLES, Albert (c1834-1889 ):  m'd 01 Jan 1870 MCGRAW, Bridget; Albert Rahles was a steward on the ship Alaskan when it sank in May 1889 off the coast of Cape Blanco and he went down with the ship; prior to his death Albert was enumerated in the 1860 Spokane Co, WA census and then moves to Multnomah Co, OR where he is in the 1870 and 1880 census; his year of birth in the various census records range from 1832-1840

RAINS, Isaac B. (1827- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Martha Ann

RAINS, Martha Ann: m'd 1848 RAINS, Isaac B.; maiden name unknown at this time

RAMAGE, Maria (1835-1922): m'd KELTY,  [   ]

RAMBO, Lewis A. (1832- ):

RAMPY, Robert Anderson (1832-1893): m'd 1866 JOHNSON, Sarah E.

RAMSAY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RAMSAY, Albert M.: s/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Barnet/Barnett (1814-1872): m'd1836 SHOUP, Elizabeth; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Boyles) Ramsay; was a potter at Athens, IL and then in both Lane and Linn Counties after arrival

RAMSAY, Elizabeth E.: d/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, George B.: s/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Henry R. (1841-1916): m'd 1862 POWELL, Polly; s/o Barnet and Elizabeth (Shoup) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Jacob S. (1837-1916): m'd 1859 SIMMONS, Louisa J.; s/o Barnet and Elizabeth (Shoup) Ramsay

RAMSAY, James R.: s/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Malissa Ann (1846- ): m'd 1862 POWELL, Joseph Goble; d/o Barnet and Elizabeth (Shoup) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Margaret A.: d/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Maria E.: d/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Mary Elizabeth (1843-1926): m'd c1859 POLLOCK, William Neely; d/o Barnet and Elizabeth (Shoup) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Matilda J.: d/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Priscilla J. (1819-1903): m'd 1836 STAFFORD, William; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Boyles) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Rosa R.: m'd HARDMAN, Benjamin; d/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Sarah Jane (1838- ): m'd 1857 HALL, Jackson; d/o Barnet and Elizabeth (Shoup) Ramsay

RAMSAY, Thomas Leroy: s/o William and Maria (Brunk) Ramsay

RAMSAY, William Sr.: m'd 1830 BRUNK, Maria; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Boyles) Ramsay; was a potter; brother of Barnet Ramsay

RAMSAY, William B. Jr:

RAMSAY, Zimrude ( -1852): s/o Barnet and Elizabeth (Shoup) Ramsay; died on plains during emigration

RANDALL, Noble Warren (1825- ): m'd 1848 [   ], Susannah

RANDALL, Susannah: m'd 1848 RANDALL, Noble Warren; maiden name unknown at this time

RANKIN, James:

RAY, Elizabeth (1830-1904 ): m'd PRINE, David; d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Julia A. (1830- ): m'd 13 Apr 1852 BROOKS, John E.; d/o John and Keziah Ray; settled McMinnville area of Yamhill County

RAY, William:

RAYMOND, H.C. (1825- ):

*14) RAYMOND, P. H.:

READ FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*20) READ, Clifton Kittridge (1836-1917): s/o Clifton and Martha (Thompson) Read

*20) READ, Clifton Kittridge (1813-1875): m'd 1835 THOMPSON Martha Stone; born 26 Aug 1813 and died 20 Oct 1875

READ, Hankinson (1824- ): m'd 1845 , Jane

*20) READ, Lucy M. (1837- ): d/o Clifton and Martha (Thompson) Read

*20) READ, Lydia Mariah (1843- ): d/o Clifton and Martha (Thompson) Read

READ, Nancy: m1. JAMES, []; m2. 1853 BROWN, James H.; sister of Hankinson Read

READ, Narcissa: m'd 1849 DICKEY, Thomas J.; sister of Hankinson Read

REAM, Barbara Elizabeth (1815-1852), m'd 31 Jan 1833, Stark Co, OH, McBEE, Levi. Gave birth on Oregon Trail; she died of cholera near Ash Hollow, NE and infant died, too.

*2) *26) REAMES, Evan Rogers: s/o Woodford and Mahulda (White) Reames

*2) *26) REAMES, James Robert: s/o Woodford and Mahulda (White) Reames

*2) *26) REAMES, Martha E.:d/o Woodford and Mahulda (White) Reames

*2) *26) REAMES, Thomas Given: s/o Woodford and Mahulda (White) Reames

*2) *26) REAMES, Woodford: m'd WHITE, Mahulda J.

REASONER, John S. (1815-1852):

RECTOR, Margaret (1848-1922): m'd CARTER, [   ]

REDDING, Mary 1815-1890): m'd 21 Jul 1831 TIBBETTS, Jonathan Snow; born 25 Sep 1815 Versailles, Ripley Co, IN and died 24 Nov 1890 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of 10 children (Elizabeth Jane, Mary Eliza, Francis Marion, Sarah Emily, Sophia Ellen, Albert Thomas, Flora Ann, Lois V., Oregon "Orrie" Andrew and Jonathan Edward)

REDENOUR, Emerson:

REED, Hester, m'd 1835 REED, James M.; maiden name unknown at this time

REED, Hester Jane (1821-1903): m'd 1839 BILYEU, George W.; d/o William and Mary (Dunn) Reed

REED, James (1808- ):

REED, James M. (1810- ): m'd 1835 [   ], Hester

*18) REED, William: from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL

REESER, Jacob (c1822- ): Wagons From Wapello

REEVES, G.H.:

REEVES, Family ( - ):

REYNOLDS, Martha Ann: m'd 1839 HAZELTON, Royal H.

RHEA, Elijah Walden S. ( - ):

*2) RHODES, Moses ( -1852): [James Akin diary August 24, Moses Rhodes died in the morning.]

RICE, Francis M. ( -1880): m'd BUCKNUM, C.D.; s/o Francis and Mahala (Cochran) Rice

*18) RICHARDS, Brothers: from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL

RICHARDSON, Allen (1823- ):

RICHARDSON, Belinda: m'd ECCLESTON, [   ]

RICHARDSON, Caroline

*24) RICHARDSON, James: traveled to Oregon with Jacob Jones Train

RICHARDSON, Mary Ann: m'd 1851 BOATMAN, Willis

RICHARDSON, Mary Jane (1822-1882): m'd 1842 LANDERS, Henry; d/o George and Sarah W. (Griffin) Richardson

RICHARDSON, Sarah (1819-1907): m'd 1839 KENEDY, William; d/o George and Sarah W. (Griffin) Richardson

RICHES, Mary Jane (1835-1904): m'd 1852 WALKER, Calvin

RICHESON, Mary Jane (1821- ): m'd 13 Feb 1840 BOLEY, John S.; in the 1860 census the Boley children are living in the Howard household with no mention of their parents.  The mother shows up again in the 1870 census but John S. does not appear in Oregon records; it is unknown what happened to him; mother of 3 known children (Sarah, Nickoles D. and Elizabeth Jane)

RICHEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2) RICHEY, Caleb (1816- ): m'd 1843 BOOTH, Alice; s/o James and Susannah (Browning) Richey;brother of Stuart and Eliza (Richey) Akin; [James Akin diary July 15 "Caleb Richey and his company overtook us; July 23 "overtook Caleb Richey"

*2) RICHEY, Edgar (1840- ): s/o Stuart and Louisa (Lenox) Richey

*2) RICHEY, Eliza (1814-1852): m'dAKIN, James;  d/o James and Susannah (Browning) Richey; [James Akin diary  August 10- mother taken sick in evening; August 22 mother taken worse in the morning and died about 9 o'clock in the evening.  We are now about 30 miles below Salmon Falls on the north side of the Snake River.  August 23- mother was buried about 10 o'clock in the morning about 200 yards above the crossing of the river.]

*2) RICHEY, Eliza Ann (1846-1852): d/o Stuart and Louisa (Lenox) Richey; [James Akin diary September 9, 1852 Burnt River Camp--Lay by all day on account of sickness, company all left except Uncle Stewart and Caleb, Eliza Ann Richey died at 9 o'clock p.m.

*2) RICHEY, James (1848- ): s/o Caleb and Alice (Booth) Richey

*2) RICHEY, John Akin (1849- ): s/o Stuart and Louisa (Lenox) Richey

*2) RICHEY, M. Ellen (1845- ): d/o Stuart and Louisa (Lenox) Richey

*2) RICHEY, Mary Jane (1842- ): d/o Stuart and Louisa (Lenox) Richey

*2) RICHEY, Miranda Jane (1850-1852): d/o Caleb and Alice (Booth) Richey; died near Bridgeport, Nebraska 31 Jul 1852

*2) RICHEY, Sarah (1845- ): d/o Caleb and Alice (Booth) Richey

*2) RICHEY, Stuart (1812- ): m'd LENOX, Louisa; s/o James and Susannah (Browning) Richey; brother of Caleb and Eliza (Richey) Akin

RIDGEWAY, G. T.:

RIDGEWAY, James (1812- ): m'd 1835 PAINE, Dulcinea

RIGDON, Addie: d/o John and Mary (Bell) Rigdon

RIGDON, George: s/o John and Mary (Bell) Rigdon

RIGDON, John (1796-1859): m1. 1818 LOGAN, Catherine; m2. LAUGHLIN, Miss; m3. BELL, Mary

RIGDON, Maria Jane: m'd 1850 BLACK, Addison

RIGDON, Phoebe: m'd PARKER, [   ]; d/o John and Mary (Bell) Rigdon

RIGDON, Stephen: m'd BRISTOW, Zilphia; s/o John and Catherine (Logan) Rigdon; emigrated to CA in 1850 and moved up to OR 1852/53

RIGGS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RIGGS,  Elizabeth (1835- ): m'd ENGLISH, Levin Nelson Jr.; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Burton) Riggs:

RIGGS, Garnett:

RIGGS, John (1847- ): s/o Jonathan and Mary (Burton) Riggs

RIGGS, Jonathan (1803- ): m'd BURTON, Mary Polly; s/o Reuben and Catherine (Salling) Riggs

RIGGS, Louise (1849- ): d/o Jonathan and Mary (Burton) Riggs

RIGGS, Martha Vianna (1849- ): d/o Jonathan and Mary (Burton) Riggs

RIGGS, Mr. ( -1852): died on trail

RIGGS, Nancy Ellen: m'd MCKINNEY, William Felix

RIGGS, Reuben (1847- ): s/o Jonathan and Mary (Burton) Riggs

RIGGS, Rollin Benton (c1849- ): s/o Jonathan and Mary (Burton) Riggs

RILEY, Elvira: m'd HAWLEY, Ira

RILEY, John K. (1827- ):

RILEY, Nancy ( - ): m'd STANDLEY, John H.

RILEY, Rachel (1770-1852), widow of Thomas McBee, Sr; died of cholera in western Nebraska and the family Bible was buried with her.

*10) RINEHART, George Washington (1830-1906): m'd DAVIS, Martha 

RINEHART, Henry ( - ):

*10) RINEHART, William Nelson (1852-1943): s/o George and Martha (Davis) Rinehart; born on Barlow Road

RIPERTOE, Sarah ( -1852): died on trail

RITNER, Anna: m'd DUNN, Richard; d/o John and Sarah (Woodling) Ritner

RITNER, Flora: m'd WATERS, John; d/o John and Sarah (Woodling) Ritner

RITNER, John ( -1852): m'd WOODLING, Sarah; died on trail

RITNER, Mary E.: m'd HANNAM, Lew; d/o John and Sarah (Woodling) Ritner

RITNER, Missouri Ann: m'd EDWARD, Joseph; d/o John and Sarah (Woodling) Ritner

RITTER, Mary Ellen: m'd LEEDY, John

ROACH, Thomas:

ROADS, Richard:

ROBB, John H. (1814-1861): m'd 1835 GARWOOD, Eliza G.

ROBB, William S. (1830- ):

ROBBINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ROBBINS, Ella: m'd 1875 BENSON, Thomas C.; d/o Jacob and Sarah (Spillman) Robbins

ROBBINS, Harvey (1833- ):

ROBBINS, Jacob: m'd SPILLMAN, Sarah; left Greensburg, IN 21 Mar 1852 and arrived at The Dalles 12 Oct 1852; 2 sons died at Troutdale; moved to Salem for a few years and then to Molalla; later moved to Umatilla Landing where he had a butcher shop

ROBBINS, James A. (1825 - ): m'd 1845 HAMILTON, Minerva E.; s/o Nathaniel and Nancy Robbins

ROBBINS, John D. (1819- ):

ROBBINS, Nancy Adeline (1844- ): m'd BALL, Larkin; d/o Nathaniel and Nancy Robbins

ROBBINS, Nathaniel Dr.: m'd 1813 [   ], Nancy

ROBBINS, Zobeda: m'd SHARP, William Wolverton; d/o Nathaniel and Nancy Robbins

ROBERTS, A. (1826- ):

ROBERTS, Benjamin ( - ):

ROBERTS, J.P. ( -1896):

ROBERTS, Jane: m1. WILLIAMS, Robert Evans; m2. SINGER, William; "Jane Singer, born Carnavenshire, North Wales 1827, came to US in 1847 married to Robert E Williams "and together they started across the plains for Oregon with an ox team in a large train. Williams died when the immigrant train reached Eastern Oregon and was buried at Wells Station. The widow came on to Portland where she remained a few days and then went to Oregon City where she was married to William Singer in 1857. They lived in Oregon City for 40 years and then moved to Portland. Mr Singer died seven years ago. The following children survive her; Mrs M L (Mollie) Misamore of Portland (b1858/9); Robert E Williams of the Dalles, W E Singer of Waitsburg Wash." [Oregonian April 4, 1908]

ROBERTS, Lawson ( -1852): shot a bear across river and when he swam across to get it he was pulled into an eddy and drowned; traveled in David McCully train

ROBERTS, Mart ( - ):

ROBERTS, Mary Ann (1805- ): m'd ARMSTRONG, Andrew Jackson

ROBERTS, Robert E.:

ROBERTSON, John Bright Potter:

ROBERTSON, R. M. (1830- ): m'd 1861 MCMICKEN, Nancy

ROBERTSON, Susan ( -1859): m'd 1824 MORELAND, Jesse

ROBERTSON, William (1811- ): m'd 1828/38 [   ] , Jane Ellen; had donation land claim in Polk Co

ROBERTSON, William R.; sons, George D. and William were emigrants to CA in 1849

*2) *26) ROBINSON, Francis Wesley: m. MORELAND, Mary Cooper

ROBINSON, Naoimi: m'd STEEN, William

ROBINSON, Rachel J.: m'd 1841 HUGHES, William M.; divorced in 1861

ROBINSON, Reuben:

ROBISON, Isaac C. (1828- ): m'd 1853 [    ], Mary Jane

ROCKWOOD, Frances Elmina (1834-1916 ): m'd 14 Feb 1852 ALLEN, Henry;  d/o Roderick Rockwood; Frances was born 21 Feb 1834  Pike Co, IL and died 14 Jul 1916 Silverton, Marion Co, OR; buried Silverton Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR

*18) ROELOFSON, Ann ( -1852): m'd SCOTT, John Tucker; died on trail of cholera; "buried on an eminence whick overlooks a ravine intersected with groves of small pine and cedar trees; in about the centre of this ravine or rather basin, there wells forth from a kind of bank a spring of icy coldness, clear as crystal; in the outskirts of this basic clusters of wild roses and various other wild flowers grow in abundance.  We call the place Laramie's Point or Castle Hill."

*18) ROELOFSON, Martha: m'd CAFFEE, Levi

ROLAND, C.B. ( - 1892): s/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, David (1801-1871): m'd BARNES, Eliza

ROLAND, David S.: s/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, Ester M. (1846- ): d/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, George W. (1840- ): s/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, Jacob O. (1832- ): m'd RALSTON, Sarah; s/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, John W.. (1848- ): m'd REEVES, Emma; s/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, Melvina (1842- ): m'd WORRICK, [   ], d/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLAND, Pauline (1836- ): m'd 1853 PHILLIPS, Charles William; d/o David and Eliza (Barnes) Roland

ROLLINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ROLLINS, America E. (1826-1910): m1. 1850 BUTLER, Ashmun J. m2. c1865 THOMPSON, Jacob; crossed the plains to Yreka, CA in 1852; Feb 1853 mounted a horse wearing men's clothing and accompanied her husband to the Rogue River Valley and settled near present day Medford (America E. Rollins Butler diary available Oregon Historical Society Quarterly, Dec 1940 p.337-366)

ROLOEFSON, Anne (1811-1852): m'd SCOTT, John Tucker; died on trail

ROOKER, Jane: m'd 1848 BALLARD, David W.

ROORK, Nancy (1821- 1901): m'd 1847 WITTEN, Joshua Ewing; settled in Portland, OR; buried in Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

ROOT, John (1796- ): m'd WILBUR, Sylvia

ROOT, Lorenzo (1825- ): m'd BEDDER, Martha; s/o John and Sylvia(Wilbur) Root

ROOT, Lucinda: d/o John and Sylvia(Wilbur) Root

ROOT, Sidney: s/o John and Sylvia(Wilbur) Root

ROSS, J.W.:

ROSS, Joseph Thomas (c1852-1936): m'd 1873 WHITE, America Quarless; s/o Thomas and Margaret (VanHorn) Ross; born c1852 Iowa and died 25 Jul 1936 Marion County, OR.; father of one son, (Vert C. Ross b. 1875)  

ROSS, Mary: m'd SLAGLE, Conrad S.; *per Slagle descendant

ROSS, Mary A. (1838-1918): m'd HALL, [   ]

ROSS, Sarah: m'd 1847 DYER, Moses True

ROSS, Thomas (1807-1873 ): m'd MCELFRESH (VANHORN), Margaret

ROSSITER, Martha: m'd PERRY, Robert

ROSWELL, Elizabeth Jane (1828-1877): m'd c1846 HADAWAY, Edward C.; born 02 Mar 1828 and died 08 Feb 1877.; mother of seven children (Abraham Lincoln (1864-1924), Edward E. (1851-1899), George Armstrong (1847-1889), Lewis (1858-1886), Mary Elizabeth (1849-1934), William (1854-1877) and Charles)

*25) ROUNDTREE, Andrew:

*25) ROUNDTREE, Elizabeth (1823-1889): m'd MURPHY,William

*25) ROUNDTREE, James H.:

*25) ROUNDTREE, Perry

*25) ROUNDTREE, Mary A. (1838-1920): m'd BORST, [  ]

*20) ROVER, John:

ROWE, Hiram C. (1819- ): m'd 1842 CUSHMAN, Flavia

ROWE, Joab (1792-1855):

ROWE, Lucy: m'd WILSON, James P.

ROYAL, Charles :

ROYAL, Mary: m'd FLINN, John

ROYAL, Mary C. (1842-1928): m'd 13 Aug 1862 ALDERSON, Rev. Christopher

RUBY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RUBY, Levica Elvira (1813- ): m'd 1833 ELGIN, George Wethers

RUBY, Martha J. ( -1852): m'd FARRENS (aka FARNES), Samuel Preston; d/o James and Martha (Hale) Ruby; died on trail 02 Jun 1852 of cholera after delivering an infant daughter

RUBY, William H.: m'd 1852 ELGIN, Helen M.; nephew of Levica Elvira Ruby

RUDD, Harry L. (1821-1892): m'd 1848 MORRISON, Lydia A.; s/o Maverick and Maria (Lindsay) Rudd; born c1821 VT and died 1892 Albany, Linn Co, OR; father of three children (Lura, Zone H and one unnamed)

*25) RUDDLE, Steven:

RUFFNER, Peter (c1823- ): Wagons From Wapello

RUSH, Lucinda: m'd TAYLOR, William Ingram

*16) RUSH, Mary Ann (1836-1912): m'd 30 Nov 1851 CRESWELL, Donald C.; divorded in 1878; born 31 Mar 1836 IL and died 03 Jun 1912; mother of  six children (James Edwin, Donald Fulton, Mary Agnes, John Louis, Eva Prudence and Frederick Lincoln)

RUSH, Samuel (1829- ): m'd 1856 BREEDING, M. Elizabeth

RUSSELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RUSSELL, Barsheba (c1797-1872): m'd 08 Aug 1815 FOLEY, Abraham Nordyke Dr.; d/o John and Barsheba Russell; born c1797 VA and died 20 Jan 1872 Lane Co, OR; mother of  (Harriet S., Elijah G., Elizabeth G., John R., Matilda, Sarah J., Euphratus J., Madison Nordyke and Robert Emmett)

RUSSELL, Cyrus D. (1842- ): m'd ROBERTS, Amanda; s/o Joseph and Mary (Highsmith) Russell

RUSSELL, Dr. ( -1852) headed train that included Forgey and Milhollen families; died on the trail in Nebraska

RUSSELL, Edna (1838- ): m'd HAWKINS, Willian N.; d/o Joseph and Mary (Highsmith) Russell

RUSSELL, Joseph N. (1833- ): m'd THRUSH, Rosa Ann; s/o Joseph and Mary (Highsmith) Russell

RUSSELL, Newton: m'd [   ], Sarah

RUSSELL, Patsy Ellen (1841- ): m'd CATCHING, James Centers; d/o Joseph and Mary (Highsmith) Russell

RUSSELL, Riley M. (1836- ): m'd THRUSH, Rhoda Ann; s/o Joseph and Mary (Highsmith) Russell

RUSSELL, Sarah: m'd RUSSELL, Newton

RUSSELL, Sarah O.: m'd 1851 HILL, George Monroe

RUSSELL, William A. (1823- ): m'd THRUSH, Hester Ann; s/o Joseph and Mary (Highsmith) Russell

RUSSELL, William M. (1832- ): m'd 1858 PERKINS, Elvira

RUTLEDGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RUTLEDGE, Electra: d/o William and Sarah (Scott) Rutledge

RUTLEDGE, Elizabeth Millicent ( -1864): m'd 1862 MATLOCK, Joseph Dewitt; d/o William and Sarah (Scott) Rutledge

RUTLEDGE, Louise: m'd c1865 MATLOCK, Joseph Dewitt; was half sister of Elizabeth Millicent Rutledge

RUTLEDGE, Lucy: m'd COOKE, [   ]

RUTLEDGE, William C.: m'd MOORE, Margaret

RUTLEDGE, William Moore: m'd SCOTT, Sarah Jane; s/o William and Margaret (Moore) Rutledge

RYNER, Emeline: m'd 1844 COX, Ethan

SACKET, David:

SAGE, Gertrude: m'd 1833 SAGE, Joseph; maiden name unknown at this time

SAGE, Joseph (1809-1890): m'd 1833 [   ], Gertrude

SALIND, Martha B.: m'd 1849 EARNEST, Willis B.

SALING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SALING, Edmund Snow (1826- ): m1. 1847 DUCKWORTH, Elizabeth M.; m2. DRURY, Emily; m3. 1865 Morgan, Mrs.Artemisia (French)

SALING, Emery Isham (1830- ):  1856 MORTON, Malinda; 1859 moved to Walla Walla; moved to Weston in early 1870s where he had a dry goods store, Reese & Saling; father of 11 children

SAMPSON, J.K. (

SANBURN, J. R. (1835):

SARGENT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*16) SARGENT, Abraham A. (1820-1898): m'd 11 Mar 1841 ADAMS, Nancy Eleanor; died  12 Jul 1898 in Josephine Co, OR; father of (John Franklin, Reason F., Mary Catherine, Oliver Perry H., and Oscar Dunwreath); son-in-law of John F. Adams – age 32 – from Grandview Township, Louisa County, Iowa – left Iowa with the Adams Family in the spring of 1852 – left them and spent the winter of 1852/53 in Salt Lake City, Utah – arrived in El Dorado County, California in 1853 – went up to Oregon in 1858/59

*16) SARGENT, John Franklin (1843-1904):s/o Abraham and Nancy (Adams) Sargent; no marriage found; was listed as a miner in the 1870 and 1880 census records

*16) SARGENT, Mary Catherine (1846-1924): m'd 08 Sep 1861 WARD, Robert; d/0 Abraham and Nancy (Adams) Sargent; born 22 Apr 1846 IN and died 09 Jan 1924 Coos Co, OR; buried Myrtle Point Cemetery, Myrtle Point, Coos Co, OR; mother of 15 children including (Ellen Elizabeth, Frances Jane, Abraham Stephen, Robert Henry, George Edwin, Mary Isabel, Thomas Jefferson, Reason Taylor, Charles Lewis, William Franklin, Anna Bertha May, Christopher Oscar Dunreath, Sarah Rebecca, Margaret S. and Pearl Leona)

*16) SARGENT, Oliver Commodore Perry (1849-1904):m1. c1869 HARRIS, Mary E. (divorced 1875); m2. 1880 SHOEMAKE, Mary Anne "Minnie"; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Adams) Sargent; born 16 Aug 1849 IN was shot and killed by his father-in-law 06 Nov 1904 Josephine Co, OR; buried Harley Cemetery, Williams, Josephine Co, OR; father of one son by first marriage (John Franklin) and five children by second marriage (Adelbert Snowden, Ida May, William Benson, Oliver Perry and Daisy Dewey)

*16) SARGENT, Oscar Dunwreath (1852-1929): m'd 1872 LAIRD, Anna Barker; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Adams) Sargent; born 18 Feb 1852 IL and died i24 Jul 1929 Coos Co, OR; father of ten children (Nina Louise, Arthur Pinkston, Florence Elzada, Lewis, Margaret M., Levilla, Bertha, Lulu D., Dell and Earl D.)

*16) SARGENT, Reason Taylor. "Reece" (1844-1921): m1. 10 Oct 1874 ANDERSON, Sarah Elizabeth; m2. 01 Jan 1878 TETERS, Emma Jane; s/o Abraham and Nancy (Adams) Sargent; born 18 Feb 1845 Louisa Co, IA and died 02 May 1921 Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR at the Oregon Soldiers Home; buried Roseburg Veterans Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR; father of one son by first marriage (Oliver S.L.) and eight children by second marriage (William Henry, Anna May, Frederick Lawrence, Marion Franklin, Minnie Arville, Lizzie Edith, Clara Josephine and Alice Hilda)

SAYERS, P.D.: settled at Oregon City until 1855 when the family moved to Corvallis and opened a hotel

SAYLOR, Alfred L. Dr. (1847- ): m'd 1875 GRIFFITH, Susan; s/o Conrad and Mary (Black) Saylor

SAYLOR, Charles N.: s/o Conrad and Mary (Black) Saylor

SAYLOR, Conrad G. ( -1884): m1: 1842 BLACK, Mary A. (died on trail in 1852); m2. 1854 SARJENT, Matilda J.

SAYLOR, William H. Dr.: s/o Conrad and Mary (Black) Saylor

SCHANER, John:

SCHEURER, John (1825-1887): m'd 1849 YERGEN, Elizabeth

*12) SCHNELL, Dr.: member of Gaebhart/Abbott train, cut off for CA; located in San Francisco where he was one of the leading physicians of the city for many years

SCHOOLING, Henry K. (1815- ): m'd 1834 [   ], Icyphene

SCHOOLING, Icyphene: m'd 1834 SCHOOLING, Henry K.; maiden name unknown at this time

SCHOOLING, James P. (1830 - ): m'd 1850 FOUNTAIN, Martha R.

SCHOOLING, Martha R.: m'd 1850 SCHOOLING, James P.; maiden name unknown at this time

*18) SCOTT, Abigail "Jenny" (1834-1915): m'd 1853 DUNIWAY, Benjamin Charles; d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; Abigail was born 22 Oct 1834.  She was a leader in Woman Suffrage; in 1871 the first issue of her New Northwest weekly"human rights" newspaper was published in Portland; at the time she was the mother of six children;  was a teacher, wife, poet, milliner, newspaper editor and lecturer; became one of the most active and prolific writers and speakers on the subject of human rights and woman suffrace that the Pacific Northwest has ever known.  Abigail died 11 Oct 1915.

SCOTT, Alexander ( -1876): m'd c1858 MILLER (MORRIS), Ellen (widow of Bluford Miller); Alexander died in runaway accident

*18) SCOTT, Catherine Amanda "Kit" (1839-1913): m'd COBURN, John R.; d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; shared in the editing of Abigail and Harvey's newspapers as well as her own; was widowed young

SCOTT, Charles: s/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott

SCOTT, Charlotte ( -1852): m'd 1842 COYLE, James Sr; died on trail near Ft. Laramie

*18) SCOTT, Harriet Louisa "Etty" or "Duck" (1841-1930): m1. 1856 MCCORD, William Rankin; m2. PALMER, Isaac A.; d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; Harriet was born 09 Mar 1841; during the emigration she drove the loose stock riding an old mare named "Shuttleback".  She became a spritualist and a medium.  Harriet died 03 Jan 1930 in Seattle, WA

*18) SCOTT, Harvey Whitfield (1838 -1910): m1. 31 Oct 1865 NICKLIN, Elizabeth; m2. 28 Jun 1876 MCCHESNEY, Margaret;  b. 01 Feb 1838 in Groveland, Tazewell County, IL; died 07 Aug 1910 in Baltimore, MD; emigrated to Oregon with his parents John Tucker and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; fought in the Yakima Indian War in 1855; graduated from Oregon Pacific University in 1863; studied law and worked as a librarian and regularly contributed stories to the Oregonian newspaper (where he served 40 years as editor).  A leader of the Republican party, was admitted to the bar;  served a six year term as U.S. Collector of Customs at Portland beginning in 1870; 1903-1905 was president of the Lewis and Clark Exposition; dirvector of the Associated Press from 1900-1910 

SCOTT, Jacob (1815-1890): m'd 1837 WORTMAN, Mary Hannah

*18) SCOTT, John  Henry "Sonny", "Jerry" (1843 -1862): s/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; John was born 01 Oct 1843 and died 01 May 1862 at Forest Grove of tuberculosis.

*18) SCOTT, John Tucker (1809-1880): m1. 1830 ROELOFSON, Anne; (b. 26 Jul 1811 Washington Co, KY, d. 20 Jun 1852 on trail);  m2. STEVENSON, Ruth (ECKLER);s/o James Scott; John was born 18 Feb 1809 KY;original emigrant of 1849; ran a hotel at Lafayette, moved to Scotts Prairie, Puget Sound, fought in Yakima Indian War, returned to Clackamas Co and finally to Forest Grove where he farmed and ran a mill; John died in 01 Sep 1880 in Washington Co, OR

SCOTT, Lena: m'd 1824 SCOTT, Robert; maiden name unknown at this time

SCOTT, Louisa (1821-1853): m'd BACON, Jesse

SCOTT, Lucy C.: m'd 1843 SCOTT, William G.; maiden name unknown at this time

SCOTT, Margaret (c1790-1870): m'd HENRY, Thomas

*18) SCOTT, Margaret Ann "Mag" (1836-1865): m'd FERNSIDE, George; d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; Margaret was born 27 Oct 1836.  Sheattended Tualatin Academy at Forest Grove.  After her marriage she moved to Tillamook Bay where her husband had a store on a barge that visited settlements around the bay.  Margaret died 24 Sep 1865 of  tuberculosis and was the first burial in the Tillamook Pioneer Cemetery.  Her four daughters were raised by her sisters.

*18) SCOTT, Mary Frances "Fanny"( 1833-1930) m'd COOK, Amos.; d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; Mary was born 19 May 1833.  Her husband was a member of the Peoria Party of 1839-40.  Fanny was a prohibitionist and spent the last years of her long life in Portland.  She died 09 Sep 1930 at age 97 years.

SCOTT, Miss: m'd LATOURETTE, R. E.: d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott

SCOTT, Sarah Maria "Chat" (1847-1901): m'd KELTY, James Munroe.; d/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; "Maria" was born 22 Apr 1847.  Her husband was a merchant at Lafayette and a sheriff of Yamhill County.  She became a musician.  Maria died 24 Nov 1901.

SCOTT, Miss: m'd. STARKEY, John L.; accompanied by family; husband had emigrated previous year

SCOTT, Robert (1805- ): m'd 1825 [   ], Lena

SCOTT, William G. (1814- ): m'd 1843 [   ], Lucy C.

*18) SCOTT, William Neill "Willie" (1848-1852): s/o John and Anne (Roelofson) Scott; Willie was born 30 Dec 1848 and died in the Burnt River Valley 27 Aug 1852; Aug 28 Last night our darling Willie was called from earth..He was buried to day upon an elevated point, one hundred and fifty feet above the plain in a spot of sweet seclusion.  The soil here was thin and full of rocks.  Father had the men cut a cavity out of the solid rock that jutted out of Burnt River Mountain, and here his little form was sealed beside the only living thing, a little juniper tree.  Years later Harvey Scott and Amos Cook located the tree while on a trip to the Salmon River Mines and brought back a piece of bark from it."

SCRIVNER, Malinda ( -1852): m'd MOORE, Robert; died on trail

SEARS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SEARS, Carroll Jackson (1819-1901): m'd 1837 CARTER, Martha Jane; Carroll Jackson Sears was b. 02 May 1819 in Bledsoe Co, TN;  he married 15 Mar 1837 to Martha Jane Carter of nearby Bradley Co.  In 1838 they migrated to Washington Co, Ark.  In 1850 he joined the masses headed to CA to look for gold.  He returned home quite successful and packed up his family and headed for OR in 1852.  He was Captain of a train that arrived at Umatilla in Oct 1852.    From the Dalles, the Sears family rafted their goods down to the Sandy while the older boys drove the stock overland.  After wintering at Howell Prairie in Marion County they moved the next spring to Cottage Grove, Lane Co where they filed for a donation land claim.  He built a home there where he remained until his death 21 Jan 1901.  He is buried in the Sears Cemetery at Lane Co.  with other family members

SEARS, David (1849-1919): s/o Carroll and Martha Jane (Carter) Sears

SEARS, George Thomas (1844-1911): s/o Carroll and Martha Jane (Carter) Sears

SEARS, James Alexander (1841-1915): s/o Carroll and Martha Jane (Carter) Sears

SEARS, John (1852- ): s/o Carroll and Martha Jane (Carter) Sears; born in November after arrival

SEARS, Levinia: m'd BURFORD, Hezekiah; *per Burford desc Steve Meyers at steve_meyers@eee.org

SEARS, Rhoda (c1781 - ): m'd SEARS, John; thought to be mother of Carroll Sears

SEARS, Sarah (1847-1924): d/o Carroll and Martha Jane (Carter) Sears

SEBASTIAN, D. D. ( -1896):

SETTLE, Campbell T. ( - ): m'd ,

SHAFF FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SHAFF, Agnes M. (1851-1899): m'd 1875 ATTERBURY, Tilmon Chasteen; d/o Henry C. and Adaline (Adams) Shaff; settled in Douglas Co

SHAFF, Lucy Phinetta (1810-1894): m'd 1851 TRASK, William; d/o Joseph and Lucy (Blakely) Shaff, settled in Douglas Co

William SHARP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SHARP, Addis Emmett (1840-1906) s/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp; died Waiohinu, Hawaii, Hawaii.  Family story that he married, but no independent evidence]

SHARP, Brian Jolly (1845-1923): m'd 26 Dec 1870 Josephine R. Cranston; s/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp

SHARP, James Meikle (1844-1932): m'd 6 August 1874 Susanna Rebecca Plank (1851 - 1934); s/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp; Settled in Santa Paula, Ventura County, California. 

SHARP, John (1797- 1878): m'd 1832 HESSER, Cornelia Ann; died Latham, Lane, Oregon, buried Cottage Grove, Lane, Oregon.  First wife -- no children -- was Anna Higbee, b. 1801, St. Clair, Washington, Pennsylvania.   Parents, Peter Sharp and Judith Townsend.   [Cornelia Ann HESSER, 1803 Loudoun County, Virginia - 1888, Seaton, Lane, Oregon, daughter of Andrew Hesser and Hannah Warner.  Birth year a little fuzzy, since the October 1808 date sometimes seen puts her birth a little too long after her father's death in April 1807]

SHARP, John Peter (1842-1905): m'd 14 September 1865 Nancy Jane Rowland; s/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp; settled in Ellensburg, Kittitas, "Washington Territory" later a state.  He was a state senator in Washington

SHARP, Joseph Higbee (1834-1913): m'd 28 September 1865 Phoebe Jane White; s/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp; wife was the  daughter of Daniel B. White and Mary Jane Dearborn

SHARP, Judith Julia Ann (1803-1883): m'd TURNER, Henry L.; d/o Peter and Judith (Townsend) Sharp  [Judith Julia Ann SHARP (I have seen one of her calling cards and it has all three given names per Ann Sharp).   She went by Julia, and was born 16 January 1803, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; died 26 July 1882, Turner, Marion, Oregon (the town was named after her husband).  Parents, Peter Sharp and Judith Townsend.  See Http://Ncbible.Org/Nwh/Ormarion.Html#Turner for photographs and a few biographical details.]

SHARP, Julia A.(1838-1908): m'd 1853 BEAN, Obadiah Roberts; d/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp

SHARP, Louis Henry (1848-1916): m'd 13 September 1883, Eleanor Peters Gibbons; s/o John and Cornelia (Hesser) Sharp  [Louis Henry -- he always spelled it Louis -- after his uncle Henry Lewis Turner,  his surprise arrival delayed the Sharps and Turners in Missouri from 1848 to 1852 when they deemed him old enough to survive the trail.  He married, in San Francisco to the daughter of Henry Gibbons and Martha Poole.

SHARP, William Wolverton: m'd ROBBINS,Zobeda; accompanied Robbins family as a bullwhacker and later married one of the daughters

SHAW FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SHAW, Amanda (1849-1910): d/o Jefferson and Martha (Fields) Shaw

SHAW, Cynthia Jane: m'd LOUDON, Thomas H.

SHAW, James (1824-1909): m'd 1845 BAKER, Alcha Katherine; settled near present day Milton-Freewater, OR; buried in Ford Cemetery, Milton-Freewater, OR

SHAW, Jefferson R. (1803- ): m'd 1844 FIELDS, Martha Jane

SHAW, Joel F. (1845-1852): died on trail; s/o Jefferson and Martha (Fields) Shaw

SHAW, Minerva (1851-1936): d/o Jefferson and Martha (Fields) Shaw

SHAW, William Sam (1847- ): s/o Jefferson and Martha (Fields) Shaw

SHAW, William Thomas (1846-1928): m'd HOSKINS, Rebecca; s/o James and Alcha (Baker) Shaw; worked as a miner in and around Jacksonville, OR; buried in Umapine, OR

SHEARER, Eliza Jane (1822-1895): m'd 1840 HAMLIN, James A.; d/o Henry and Mary (Summers) Shearer

*12) SHECKLEY, Mr. ( -1852): "a young man who was a member of our party died of cholera at Ft. Kearney" about June 10, 1852

SHEETS, Isaac (1822- ):

SHEEVER, Mr ( -1852): died on trail 28 May 1852 from inflation in bowels, was from WI

SHEFFIELD, James F. (1825- ):

SHELL, G. W. (1820- ):

SHELLEY, George D. ( -1852): m'd GABBERT, Catherine; died on trail of cholera

SHELLEY, John (1827- ): m'd 1847 PARK, Margaret; s/o George and Catherine (Gabbert) Shelley

SHELLEY, Polly: m'd ROBINSON, [   ]; d/o George and Catherine (Gabbert) Shelley

SHELLY, Miranda: m'd 1846 MITCHELL, James G.

SHELTON, Cynthia: m'd 1842 GLAZE, Reuben

SHELTON, Levi J. (1820-1862): m'd 1847 MORGAN, Polly

SHEPARD, Elizabeth: m'd HOLTGRIEVE, [   ]; d/o Henry and Elizabeth (Mattern) Shepard

SHEPARD, Henry: m1. MATTERN, Elizabeth ( -1849); m2. 1852 NELSON, Lucinda; married second wife on the trail

SHEPARD, Nancy: m'd 1853 VANDERPOOL, Francis; d/o Henry and Elizabeth (Mattern) Shepard

SHEPHARD, Catherine (1844-1935): m'd 1865 BLANTON, John

SHEPHERD, Andrew Jackson (1817- ): m'd 1834 [   ], Clara

SHEPHERD, Clara:: m'd 1834 SHEPHERD, Andrew Jackson; maiden name unknown at this time

SHEPHERD, Mary (1827-1871): m'd 1860 SMITH, Delazon; buried Masonic Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

SHERER, David (1833- ): s/o David and Sarah (Miller) Sherer;

SHERER, David (1797-1852): m'd MILLER, Sarah; died on trail of cholera; Cecelia (McMillen) Adams mentioned in her diary that they passed the grave of D. Sherer who d. 28 May 1852 age 5 (should have been 55)

SHERER, Elizabeth: m'd MILHOLLEN, William; d/o David and Sarah (Miller) Sherer

SHERER, John D. (1821- ): s/o David and Sarah (Miller) Sherer

SHERER, William M. (1828- ): s/o David and Sarah (Miller) Sherer

SHERROD, Martha J.: m'd 1850 BANKS, Hilkiah Preston

SHIELDS, Ellen (1843-1926): m'd DORRIS, [   ]

SHIELDS, James (1811- ):

SHIPLEY, Adam Randolph (1828- ):

SHIRLEY, Elizabeth: m'd 08 May 1828 DAVIDSON, Carter Tarrant

*25) SHIRLEY, Allen:

*24) SHIRTS, Child1:

*24) SHIRTS, Child2

*24) SHIRTS, George (1810- ):

*24) SHIRTS, Sarah:

SHOEMAKER, Augusta (or Susan): m'd 1842 MORSE, James

SHOEMAKER, Rebecca: m'd 1840 GRAVES, Wesley

SHORE, John:

SHORTRIDGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*16) SHORTRIDGE, Charles Franklin: m1. ; m2. FIELDS, Emiline;

*16) SHORTRIDGE, Corilla A. (1851- ): m'd EADS, William Redmon; d/o Charles and Emiline (Fields) Shortridge

SHORTRIDGE, James Henderson: s/o Samuel Boone Shortridge

*16) SHORTRIDGE, Julia Ann ( 1836-1911): m'd 26 May 1855 CROWL, Joseph Franklin;  born Nov 1836 KY; d/o Samuel Boone and Emily Ann (Heath) Shortridge; settled Yamhill Co.; returned east c1868 where the family is found in Sangamon Co, IL in the 1870 census and in Barton Co, MO in the 1880 and 1900.  Julia and Joseph are buried in Carterville Cemetery, Carterville, Jasper Co, MO

*16) SHORTRIDGE, Lewis Lastine (1848- ): s/o Charles Shortridge; m'd FALCONER, Araminta Alice

*16) SHORTRIDGE, Samuel Boone (1796-1877): m'd HEATH, Emily Ann

*16) SHORTRIDGE, William Wallace (1836-1916): m'd KEYS, Ellen Jane

SHOUP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SHOUP, Eliza (1810-1857): m'd 1833 GULLIFORD, William M.; sister of Elizabeth listed below

SHOUP, Elizabeth (1815-1886) m'd 1836 RAMSAY, Barnett; settled with family in Lane and Linn Co.; sister of Eliza listed above

SHUMATE, Martha: m'd DAVIS, Harmon W.

*3) SIMMERS, Elizabeth: m'd SYRON, James Reed

SIMMONS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SIMMONS, Andrew (1819- ):

SIMMONS, Catherine: m'd 1850 SIMMONS, Edward; maiden name unknown at this time

SIMMONS, Edward (1812- ): m'd 1850 [   ], Catherine

SIMMONS, Elizabeth C. (1810-1884): m'd 1826 ,

SIMMONS, Nancy Ann (1825-1899): m'd 1842 MATHIS/MATTHEWS, Joshua; d/o Jonathan C. and Mary (Troutman) Simmons; settled in Douglas Co

SIMPSON, Samuel (1818- ): m'd 1849 , Eliza

SIMPSON, Susannah ( -1915): m'd 1846 BURGEN, John S.

SISLER, Catherine: m'd c1839 MORTON, William

SLAGLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SLAGLE, Conrad David "Dick": s/o Conrad and Mary (Ross) Slagle

SLAGLE, Conrad S. "Coon": m'd ROSS, Mary

SLAGLE, James P.: s/o Conrad and Mary (Ross) Slagle

SLAGLE, Joseph: s/o Conrad and Mary (Ross) Slagle

SLAGLE, Martha Anne: d/o Conrad and Mary (Ross) Slagle

SLAGLE, Sarah Elizabeth: m'd 1862 YORK, Henry M.; d/o Conrad and Mary (Ross) Slagle

SLAGLE, Temperance Jane: d/o Conrad and Mary (Ross) Slagle

SLEPPY, Elizabeth (1825-1852): m'd 02 Jun 1843 WALDRON, Samuel; born 1825 PA and died 05 Oct 1852 near Willow Creek, Gilliam Co, OR of cholera; fmother of 5 children (Samantha Jane, Almerin John, Agnes M., Isaphena and Angelina)

SLUTH, Emily: m'd 1851 MONTGOMERY, Alimirin

SMELSER, Elizabeth: m'd TAYLOR, James

SMELSER, Francis M. (1832- ):

SMELSER, Isaiah:

SMELSER, Mahala ( -1853): m'd 1844 HALL, Essalum M.

Peter SMITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SMITH, Abner H. (1845- ): m'd [   ], May L.; s/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, Absalom M. (1826-c1868): m'd1852 HACKLEMAN, Perlina; indications are that he may have came to Oregon from California or by ship as his DLC states that he arrived in Mar 1852; per Jon Ridgeway at JNCRIDGE@aol.com

SMITH, Amanda: m'd BOSSLER, John; d/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, Caroline: m'd HUNT, James William; started for OR with husband and children between Apr 1851 and Aug 1852; husband died on trail in Utah; Caroline turned around and took children back to Indiana

SMITH, Christopher C. (1836- ):

SMITH, Damon: bio of son below

SMITH, Daniel (1820- ):

SMITH, Daughter: d/o Michael and Mary (Green) Smith

SMITH, David (1828- ): m'd RIPERTOE, Sarah

SMITH, David (1822- ): m'd MONTGOMERY, Sarah J.

SMITH, Delazon (1816-1860): m1. 1837 VAKE, Eliza; m2. 1848 SHEPHERD, Mary S.; buried Masonic Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

SMITH, Elijah: m'd [   ], Julia; s/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, Eliza (1851-1870): d/o Delazon and Mary (Shepherd) Smith

SMITH, Eliza: m'd ROYCE, John; d/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, Eliza (1848- ): d/o Isaac and Sarah (Lock) Smith

SMITH, F. A. ( - ): m'd ,

SMITH, H. J. ( - ):

SMITH, Henry B.: see 1851

SMITH, Hiram: m'd MCALPIN, Emily; s/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, I. N. Jr. ( - ):

SMITH, Isaac B. (1825-c1915): m'd 11 Jul 1847 LOCK, Sarah; Isaac was born Dec 1825 Washington Co, TN and died between the1910 and 1920 census in CA;  he was the father of 7 children (Eliza, Mary, Martha, Emma J., Benjamin, one unknown and Bowman S.); in September 1852 he was stranded on the trail at John Day, out of provisions and money.  He was taken in by Edward Jay Allen, a passing emigrant on the trail.[Wagons From Wapello   by Dennis M. Larsen & Ken Keigley]

SMITH, J.B.V. (1850- ):

SMITH, Jacob D. (1811- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Sarah

SMITH, James (1825- ): m'd 1853 PROUTY, Sarah Jane

SMITH, Jeremiah (1814- ):

SMITH, John (1825- ): m'd 1852 [   ], Elizabeth

SMITH, John R.: m'd  PEEBLER, Ann E.; s/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, John T. (1829- ):

SMITH, Lydia C.: m1. DICKMAN, C.W.; m2. BILLINGS, [   ]

SMITH, Marena Ann: m'd 1853 MICHAEL, Elijah Grant

SMITH, Maria (1830-1907): m'd 1848 HATHAWAY, Marshall Root

SMITH, Mary: m'd MATEER, George;

SMITH, Mary ( -1852): m'd SMITH, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time; was traveling with her daughter and son-in-law, Levi Gregg; died of cholera as did her daughter, Susanna

SMITH, Mary Iantha (1849-1876): m'd 1869 HARPER, F.C.; d/o Delazon and Mary (Shepherd) Smith

SMITH, Matthew (1822- ):

*8) SMITH, Michael (1812-1852): m'd GREEN, Mary; traveled with wife, 2 sons, 1 dau; Michael Smith died Sep 11, 1852, ten miles beyond Burnt River.

*17) SMITH, Nathan: m'd HOBSON, Emily

SMITH, Percy: s/o David and Sarah (Ripertoe) Smith

*18) SMITH, Peter: from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL

SMITH, Peter (1817-1903): Peter Smith was born in Scotland Oct 18, 1817 and died in Parkland, Washington January 8, 1903.  He was buried in the Tacoma Cemetery.  He spent his life in Washington and donated land to build Pacific Lutheran University.  He was a constable and a judge.

SMITH, Sarah (1810-1852): m'd WATKINS, William Lynch; died on the trail of cholera

SMITH, Sarah A.: m'd 1838 WILSON, J.Q.

SMITH, Sarah Jane (1834- ): m'd IRVINE, Robert A.; d/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, Sidney A. (1824- ): m'd 1851 [   ], Harriet

SMITH, Son 1: s/o Michael and Mary (Green) Smith

SMITH, Son 2: s/o Michael and Mary (Green) Smith

SMITH, Susan: m'd PEEBLER, William; d/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, Susanna ( -1852): m'd GREGG, Levi; died on the trail of cholera; one of several in her family that died including her mother and father-in-law

SMITH, Thomas: s/o David and Sarah (Ripertoe) Smith

SMITH, William: m'd JONES, Missouri C.; s/o Elijah and Anna (Riddle) Smith

SMITH, William P.:

SMITH, Zachary. Taylor ( - ):

SNIPES, Benjamin Elam (1835-1906): became cattleman in Yakima and Ellensburg area of WA, inducted into the Oklahoma Cowboy Hall of Fame

SNOW, Lydia C. ( -1859): m'd 1839 HUMPHREY, Homan M.

*18) SOMMERS, Mr.: paid $50 to join company; settled initially at what is today Corvallis, OR

SOVERNS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SOVERNS, Amos: s/o Jesse and Eliza (Bailey) Soverns

SOVERNS, Carleton: s/o Jesse and Eliza (Bailey) Soverns

SOVERNS, George ( -1900): m1. HOLTON, Fanny; m2. Tyler (BLACHLEY) Elizabeth; s/o Jesse and Eliza (Bailey) Soverns served in Rogue River War as a teamster; later settled near Junction City in Lane county where he farmed and raised cattle

SOVERNS, Infant ( -1852): c/o George and Fanny (Holton); died on trail

SOVERNS, Jesse: m1. BAILEY/BEALY, Eliza; first wife died as a result of an accident shortly after reaching Portland; m2. LAFERTY (aka Lafardamus), Jane Elizabeth; settled in Lane Co near Junction City;

SOVERNS, Mary: d/o Jesse and Eliza (Bailey) Soverns

SOVERNS, Ruthann: d/o Jesse and Eliza (Bailey) Soverns  

SPEER, William (c1820- ):

SPENCER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
 SPENCER, Caroline: m'd 1846 DEMENT, Samuel M.

*8) SPENCER, Charles ( -1852): m'd HAMMONS, Nancy; died the day after arriving in Portland; wife had died on trail

*8) SPENCER, Henry: s/o Charles and Nancy (Hammons) Spencer

SPENCER, John (1802-1884): n'd 1832 [   ], Julia Ann

SPENCER, Julia Ann (1810-1889): m'd 1832 SPENCER, John; maiden name unknown at this time

*8) SPENCER, Lafayette:

*8) SPENCER, Thomas: s/o Charles and Nancy (Hammons) Spencer

*5: SPICER, Mr.:

*5: SPICER, Mrs.:

SPILLMAN, Sarah ( -1865): m'd ROBBINS, Jacob; left Greensburg, IN 21 Mar 1852 and arrived at The Dalles 12 Oct 1852; 2 sons died at Troutdale; moved to Salem for a few years and then to Molalla; later moved to Umatilla Landing where her husband had a butcher shop

SPINK, Perry W. (1829- ):

SPLAWN, Andrew Jackson:  was  Indian fighter, freighter, cattle buyer, drover and breeder and state senator as well as being a cowboy; was inducted into the Oklahoma Cowboy Hall of Fame

SPRAY, Lucinda (1822- ): m'd BARNES, Adam; not much is known about the Adam Barnes family.  They appear in Yamhill County in 1854 and by the 1860 census are in Linn County.  At that point they appear to have left the area.

SPRENGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SPRENGER, Abigail ( -1852): d/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger; died of cholera at Ft. Kearny

SPRENGER, Abraham: s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Charles: s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Henry B. (1850- ): m'd POWERS, Izzie M.; s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Isaac: s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Jacob: s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Maria: m'd COCHRAN, John W.; d/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Mary Ann: d/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Nicholas (1802- ): m'd 1827 BIRD, Maria

SPRENGER, Nicholas B.: s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Sarah: m'd FISHER, J. J.; d/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

SPRENGER, Thomas Bird (1851- ): s/o Nicholas and Maria (Bird) Sprenger

STAFFORD, Albert Marion; s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, Alice May: d/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, Barnett Ramsay: s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, Bethel Allen: s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, Henry Newell: s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, James Madison: s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, John Bird: s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, Matilda Jane: d/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAFFORD, William: m'd RAMSAY, Priscilla J.

STAFFORD, Wilson McClure: s/o William and Priscilla (Ramsay) Stafford

STAGGS, Alfred (c1824 - ):

STANARD, Alphonso Webster (1829- ):  m'd 1852 HILL, Eliza J.

STANDIFER, Jane  "Mary"  (1831-1852);  m'd 1851 HARER, James C. (1828-1852)

STANDIFER, Sarah: m'd 1843 HARER, David

STANDLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STANDLEY, James C. (1852- ): died young; s/o John C. Standley

STANDLEY, John H. (1830-1914): m'd 1850 RILEY, Nancy; Primitive Baptist minister for years; farmer, cattleman and miner; wrote a book entitle "How Green Is My Valley"; died in Douglas Co and is buried In Noah Cemetery, Camas Valley, OR

STANDLEY, William (1818-1905): m'd AUSMUS, Matilda; emigrated to CA and then returned to IL to get his wife; he farmed for awhile and then moved to MO where he studied medicine; no indication that he returned west

STANLEY, Catherine: m'd 1839 STANLEY, Page; maiden name unknown at this time

STANLEY, Jane: m'd 1839 MORGAN, John

STANLEY, Page (1801- ): m'd 1839 [   ]. Catherine

STANNARD, Alphonso W. (1829- ):

STANTON, Rosetta: m'd 1845 BECKNER, John B.

STANTON, Sarah ( -1855): m'd 1842 LERWILL, William

STANTON, William G. (1845- ):

STAPLES, Edwin H. (1833- ): m'd ,

STAPLES, Sanford W. (1829- ): m'd ,

STARK, Candace ( - ): m'd 1846 KUYKENDALL, George

STARK, James R. ( - ):

STARK, Lida Jane (1842-1927): m'd DOW, [   ]

STARK, Malinda Jane ( -1911 ): m'd 1842 KUYKENDALL, John; settled in Douglas County at what later became Wilbur; buried in IOOF cemetery at Eugene, OR

STARK, Mr. ( - ): started for Oregon from Wisconsin with daughters' families but stayed at Iowa Center and did not complete journey

STARMER, Adeline (1842-1929): m'd 1856 POOLER, Lewis Clinton

STARMER, Wiley Jefferson (1841-1923): m'd 1873 GEER, Mary

STARR, George M. (1812-c1887): m'd 1854 DIMMICK, Elizabeth

STARR, Joseph B. (1827-1853):

STEEN, Clanton (1832-1880):

STEEN, Naomi: L. (1849-1862):

STEEN, Marion (1843-1909):

STEEN, William G. (1813-1883): m'd 1832 ROBINSON, Naomi

STENGER, Peter F. ( -1896):

Ebenezer  STEPHENS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STEPHENS, Catherine (1849-1942): d/o Ebenezer and Rebecca (Stormer) Stephens

STEPHENS, Ebenezer (1822-1896): m'd 1843 STORMER, Rebecca

STEPHENS, Eliza Ann: m'd c1829 HOXIE, Obadiah

STEPHENS, Isaac:

STEPHENS, John (1846-1852): died on trail; s/o Ebenezer and Rebecca (Stormer) Stephens

STEPHENS, Mary Jane (1851-1929): m'd BAILEY, Charles P. d/o Ebenezer and Rebecca (Stormer) Stephens

STEPHENS, William (1844-1912): s/o Ebenezer and Rebecca (Stormer) Stephens

STEPHENSON, Barbara: m'd CLARY, [   ]; emigrated with her children

STEVENS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STEVENS, Christina (1844-1923): m'd 1862 ESSON, Alexander; d/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens

STEVENS, Hanson (1815-1888): m1. 1839 WICKARD, Lavina; m2. 1862 Elizabeth Jane (Bentley) Fuller; s/o Obediah Stevens; Descendants have held annual reunions since 1891.  The story of Hanson, Lavina and their children is documented in Stevens Family History: A History of the Children of Hanson and Lavina (Stevens Family: Portland (2006)).

STEVENS, Isaac (1840-1920): m'd 1865 MCELFRESH, Catherine Ann; s/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens

STEVENS, Mary (1851-1923): m'd 1871 SMITH, Jennings; d/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens

STEVENS, Millard (1849-1919): m1. 1875 BROWN, Sarah; m2. 1892 GILDOW, Nancy Jane; s/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens

STEVENS, Rebecca (1841-1936): m'd 1858 MOUNT, Henry Duckwall; d/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens; Rebecca was the mother of 14 children, 13 of whom lived to adulthood.  Four sons became doctors and two became lawyers; the other three were farmers and businessmen.  One daughter married a doctor; another married a banker; the third, a pharmacist.

STEVENS, Rispa (1843-1920): m'd 1860 RINGO, Hamilton Hodge; s/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens

STEVENS, Sarah E. (1847-1943): m'd 1862 MCCUBBINS, Samuel; d/o Hanson and Lavina (Wickard) Stevens

STEVENSON, George ( -1852) : m'd ECKLER, Ruth; from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL; died at the Cascades of the Columbia River

STEVENSON, Jacob George (1849- ): m'd 1878 MCCORNACK, Helen; s/o George and Ruth (Eckler) Stevenson; born 21 Nov 1849; from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL; teacher and farmer; lived in Lane County for a time before moving to Klamath Falls, OR

STEVENSON, Son (1847- ): s/o George and Ruth (Eckler) Stevenson

STEWARD, Delphine D. ( -1869): m'd JOHNSON, William R.

John Thomas STEWART FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STEWART, Burrel Allen (1837-1905): s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Elias (1814- ): m'd ENGLAND, Eliza; wife died on trail of cholera

STEWART, Elizabeth:  m'd LUCKY, Joseph; d/o Elias and Eliza (England) Stewart

STEWART, Ellen (c1837- ): d/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Emily (1839-1912): m'd 1854 BLAKE, David Alexander; d/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, George (1843- ): s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Jane B.: m'd OSBORN, Samuel P.; d/o Robert and Elizabeth (Hussey) Stewart

STEWART, John: s/o Elias and Eliza (England) Stewart

*2) STEWART, John Thomas (c1835- ): m'd 1869 FAUCETT, Nancy Hunter; s/o William and Mary Jane (Rankin) Stewart; removed to Olympia area of  Washington Territory and then on to Seattle area where he married; [James Akin diary October 10, 1852 James Nicholson, John T. Stewart and John Akin start with the cattle on the pack trail]

STEWART, John (1833-aft 1880 ): m'd 1862 HOBBS, Mariah Cordelia;  s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Joseph W. (1835- ): m'd 1864 WALKER, Julia; s/o Elias and Eliza (England) Stewart

STEWART, Linnie Jane: m'd NOLAN, P.C.: d/o Elias and Eliza (England) Stewart

STEWART, Martha (1835-1922): m'd 1854 BUSH, James William; d/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Martha A.: m'd HENDRICKS, T. J.: d/o Elias and Eliza (England) Stewart

STEWART, Mary Artemesia (1851- 1871): m'd 1868 COUGHLAR, Peter; d/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Mary M.: m'd STEVENS, A. O.: d/o Elias and Eliza (England) Stewart

STEWART, Robert Smith Jr. (1847- ): s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Robert Smith (1808-1879): m'd 1830 ALLEN, Artimesia

STEWART, Thomas Jefferson (1831-1860): m'd 1857 KENT, Mary Armenta; s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, Wilford S. (1845- ): s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STEWART, William Ezeriah (1841- ): s/o Robert and Artimesia (Allen) Stewart

STILES, Fanny: m'd 1847 KYLE, Samuel M.

*11) STILLMAN, Clark Dr.: mentioned in Samuel Woodruff diary. Woodruff drove wagon for him when Stillman's son was too ill to drive

*11) STILLMAN, Clark Mrs:

*11) STILLMAN, Eunice Ann: d/o Henry and Charlotte (Palmiter) Stillman

*11) STILLMAN, Jay: s/o Henry and Charlotte (Palmiter) Stillman

*11) STILLMAN, Sally (1809-1861): m'd 09 Apr 1824 CRANDALL, Paul; sister of Dr. Clark Stillman

*11) STILLMAN, Thomas B.: s/o Dr. Clark Stillman

STILLWELL, Charles E. (1839- ): m'd HAWN, Melissa; s/o Laben and Julia Stillwell

STILLWELL, Julia Belle: m'd STILLWELL, Laben; maiden name unknown at this time

STILLWELL, Laben: m'd [   ], Julia Belle

*24) STIPP, Cynthia Ann (1826-1852) : m'd JONES, Lewis;  died 26 June 1852 on trail

STIMSON, Ann: m'd MORGAN, Joseph W.: d/o Lewis and Jane (Wilson) Stimson

STIMSON, Lewis: m'd WILSON, Jane

STONE, Mr. ( - ): m'd ADAMS, Hannah R.

STONE, Mary A.: m'd 1842 HAGOOD, Henry

STORMER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STORMER, Isaac (1818-1896): m1. ; m2. 1844 COOLEY, Mary Ann

STORMER, James Marion (1851- ): s/o Isaac and Mary Ann Stormer

STORMER, Margaret E. (1848- ): d/o Isaac and Mary Ann Stormer

STORMER, Mary Adeline (1839- ): d/o Isaac Stormer

STORMER, Rebecca (1821-1901): m'd 1843 STEPHENS, Ebenezer

STORMER, W.J. (1842-1923): s/o Isaac Stormer

STOUT, Andrew Jackson (1836-1904): m'd STEVENSON, Sarah J.; s/o Ezra and Frances (Robinson) Stout

STOUT, Emily (1840- ): m'd 1861 LOOSE, Frederick ; s/o Hugh and Annie (Brown) Stout

STOUT, Ephraim Jr. (1798-1879): m'd 1822 , Sarah; s/o Ephraim and Jane (Smith) Stout

STOUT, Ezra (1805-1877): m'd 1825 ROBISON, Fanny

STOUT, Isaac: s/o Ephraim Jr. and Sarah Stout

STOUT, Jane: m'd HENNIS, ( ); d/o Ephraim Jr. and Sarah Stout

STOUT, Jonathan ( -1896): m'd 1860 GEARHART, Anna E.

STOUT, Lewis (1829- ): m'd 1865 BYERS, Elizabeth; s/o Ephraim Jr. and Sarah Stout

STOUT, Rebecca: d/o Ephraim Jr. and Sarah Stout

STOUT, Ruth ( -1915): m'd GALLAGHER, [   ]

STOUT, Sarah: m'd GAYLORD, [   ]

STOUT, Susanna: m'd FISHER, [  ]; d/o Ephraim Jr. and Sarah Stout

STOVER, D. J. (1838- ):

STOVER, Susannah: m'd c1823 INMAN, Lazarus C.

*14) STOWELL, John: m'd [    ], Margaret; John and Margaret Stowell traveled with Adams party, left and later rejoined company

*14) STOWELL, Margaret: m'd STOWELL, John; John and Margaret Stowell traveled with Adams party, left and later rejoined company

STRADER, John D. (1826-1909): m1. 1846 WORTHINGTON, Mary Jane; m2. 1874 Rice (KING), Martha Jane; s/o William and Nancy (Sockwell) Strader; settled first in Marion county for a brief time before moving to  Douglas County  where he is found in the 1860, 1870, 1880 and 1900 Oregon census.  traveled to Oregon with the Dixon party; father of  eight children by first wife (Nancy Ellen, 1848; Sarah, c1850; Pamelia/Cornelia Harriet, c1852; William Thomas, c1856; Elias, 1858; Samuel, 1860-1935; John Franklin, 1861-1936; George, 1868); John was the father of three children by his second wife (Millie, 1874; Ida, 1875 and Arthur 1879-1951).

STRADER, Nancy Ellen (1848- ): d/o John and Mary (Worthington) Strader

STRADER, Pamelia Harriet (1852- ): d/o John and Mary (Worthington) Strader; (some records show this individual as Cornelia)

STRADER, Sarah (1850- ): d/o John and Mary (Worthington) Strader

STRANG, Benjamin: m'd TAYLOR, Jeanette; s/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG, Daniel: m'd LORTON, Cynthia

STRANG, Elizabeth: m'd PADDOCKS, William; d/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG, Ellen: m'd MCALPIN, David; d/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG,  James: m'd WARNER, Lydia; s/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG, Mary: m'd ANDERSON, George; d/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG, Kate (1851-1899):  m'd ALBRIGHT, Franklin; d/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG, Sarah E.: m'd RIELY, A.J.; d/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRANG, Thomas: m'd SCHWATKA, Amelia; s/o Daniel and Cynthia (Lorton) Strang

STRICKLIN, Elizabeth: m'd 1849 STRICKLIN, William; maiden name unknown at this time

STRICKLIN, William (c1805- ): m'd 1849 [   ], Elizabeth

STRONG, Pherna (1830-1913): m'd 1846 BAIN, Daniel; buried in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

STROWBRIDGE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STROWBRIDGE, Joseph A. :left MO in 1851, continued on to OR arriving in Portland Oct 3, 1852; brother s,  Justus and William were emigrants to CA in 1850; they came to OR in 1853; indications are that they were other members of the Strowbridge family that came with Joseph

STROWBRIDGE, Mr. ( -1852): died on trail

STROWBRIDGE, Son (1845-1852): died on trail

STUMBO, Eliza Ann: m'd 1850 WORTMAN, Jacob

SULLENS, Lewis W. (1828-1905): m1. 17 Apr 1847 VANGOOSA, Margaret (1830-1865); m2. 05 Sep 1886 REVELL, Tabitha W.; born 28 Jun 1828 Wayne Co, KY to John and Melinda (Thompson) Sullens; Lewis died 25 Aug 1905 Jefferson Co, WA; buried Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Townsend, Jefferson Co, WA; originally settled in Jackson County, OR where is found in the 1860 census; after the death of his wife in 1865 he moved to the Washington Territory where he married for a second time; father of five children (William L.,  Mary Ann,  John Jackson, Thomas L., and Lilly M.)

SULLENS, Mary Ann (1851-1929): m1. BROWN, Joseph T. (1839-1903); m2. OSGOOD, I.L.; d/o Lewis and Margaret (VanGoosa) Sullens; Mary Ann was born 1851 MO and died 06 Jan 1929, Seattle, King Co, WA; she is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle, King Co, WA; mother of two known children by her first marriage (Charles and Lola Mabel)

SULLENS, William L. (1848- ): m'd [   ], Mary E. s/o Lewis and Margaret (VanGoosa) Sullens

SULLINGER, Sarah (1797-1889): m'd PHILLIPS, David

SULLIVAN, Amelia Hunt ( -1896): m'd MCCLURE, William Carroll; settled first in Vancouver in what is now WA, 1855 moved to Yamhill Co, OR; moved to The Dalles for a short period of time and in 1866 moved to Mosier, Wasco Co she lived until her death

SUNDERLAND, Benjamin (1812- ):

SWAFFORD, Elias W. (1819- ):

SWANK, Mary Ann (1852-1852): m'd ,

SWANK, Philip ( - ): m'd ,

SWANK, Sarah ( - ): m'd SWANK,

SWANK, William (1849- ): m'd ,

SWARTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SWARTS, Catherine Jane: m'd 1853 BOLLENBAUGH, Daniel Jackson; d/o Simon and Polly (Blanchard) Swarts

SWARTS, Simon (1804-1892): m'd 1827 BLANCHARD, Polly

SWEARINGEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*18) SWEARINGEN, Isaac Stull (1812-1883): m'd 22 Nov 1849 BUOY, Evaline; company led by Stull Swearingen of Vermillion Co, IL joined John Tucker Scott company on April 24; "Stull" was listed as a lawyer in the 1850 Vermillion Co, census; later John Tucker Scott would accuse Stull of trying to swindle him and otherwise abuse his confidence

*18) SWEARINGEN, Lydia J. (1851- ): m1. 30 Apr 1870 MACY, Casseus; m2. 01 Nov 1874 SHIPLEY, G.H.; d/o Isaac and Evaline (Buoy) Swearingen

SWEEK, John (c1821-1889):

SWEET, Ann (1813-1881): m1. MCVAY, Daniel; m2. c1871 BABER, Ensley; s/o Samuel and Polly Sweet; born 17 Oct 1813 Washington Co, OH; died 26 May 1881 Benton Co, OR; divorced Daniel McVay in 1870 and married her next door neighbor, Ensley Baber sometime after that; mother of five known children (Clarissa A., Simon Z., William W., Charles and Margaret L.); family settled initially in Lane Co and by 1870 had moved to Benton Co

SWEET, Clarissa Putnam (1818- ): m'd RICKEY, John; d/o Samuel and Polly Sweet; may not have come to Oregon

SWEET, Cynthia E.: m'd 1849 ALDRICH, Ellery W.; buried Canyon City Cemetery, Canyon City, Grant Co, OR

SWEET, Elizabeth (1803-1872): m'd 30 May 1840 ELSTON, William Everet; d/o Samuel and Polly Sweet; born 09 Oct 1803 NY; died 13 Jul 1872 Magalia, Butte Co, CA, buried Clear Creek Cemetery, Butte Co, CA; family appears to have moved on to California and were shown there in several land transactions in the 1860s.  I have not been able to find them in the census records for 1860 and 1870.

SWEET, Polly Anna (1779-1863): m'd c1801 SWEET, Samuel A.; husband died on the trail; maiden name unknown at this time; born 27 Oct 1779 and died 16 Jun 1863 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; buried in Masonic Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

SWEET, Samuel A. (1772-1852): m1.; m2. c1801 [   ], PollyAnna; died on the trail; born 05 Oct 1777 NY;“Died—About ten miles this side of Chimney Rock, on Platte River, June 22, 1852, Mr. Samuel A. Sweet, from Stark County, Illinois, father of Mr. Z. Sweet, of Lane Co, O.T.” (Oregon Statesman, Nov 6, 1852 p.2:7) ; father of  8 known children (Henry, Elizabeth, Sarah Jane, Clarissa, Ann, Charles, Zara T, Clarissa P. and Charles B.); son, Zara T. Sweet came to Oregon in 1845 over the Meek Cutoff

SWEET, Sarah Jane (1807-1883) m1. 12 Mar 1829 LAKIN, Josiah M.; m2. 15 May 1865 PEEK, James W.(died several months after marriage); d/o Samuel and Polly Sweet; settled in Lane Co, OR; born 27 Sep 1807 IL; died 08 Dec 1883 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; mother of five known children (Lucy, David, Zebon, George and Martha)

SWICK, Benjamin F. (1848- ): m'd 1874 FLINT, Martha

SWICK, Lyma (1840- )

SWICK, Minor (1811- ): m'd 1832 LATOURETTE, Louisa;

SYLVESTER, Rebecca: m'd 1828 CARTER, William

SYPHERT, William (1821-1895): m'd 1854 STANLEY, Mary Ellen

*3) SYRON, Amy Elizabeth (1834-1917): m1. 1853 GILSTRAP, Isaac; m2. LEONARD, Thomas Austin; d/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, Benjamin: m'd LYNCH, Elizabeth

*3) SYRON, D. A. (1848- ): d/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, Daniel F. (1832-1917): s/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, Dorcas (1847-1867): m'd HUNT, []; d/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, George W. (1849 - ): s/o William and Eleanor (Metzker) Syron

*3) SYRON, James B. (1829-1878): s/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, James Reed (1790- ): m'd 1822 SIMMERS, Elizabeth

*3) SYRON, Jane (1841-1857): d/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, John Fredrick (1827-1912): m1. CONNER, Rachel Mariah; m2. Polly (MORGAN) Shelton; s/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, Lydia Matilda (1837-1869): m'd CARLISLE, [   ]; d/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron; buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Yamhill Co, OR

*3) SYRON, M. F. (1848- ): d/o Peter Conner and first wife

*3) SYRON, Marshal Newton (1851- ): s/o Peter  Conner and first wife

*3) SYRON, Montgomery (1850- ): s/o John and Rachel (Conner) Syron

*3) SYRON, Peter Adolphus (1824-1905): m1. ; m2. 1852 FRANKLIN, Mary Jane; s/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, Westley Oliver (1843-1880): s/o James and Elizabeth (Simmers) Syron

*3) SYRON, William Thomas (1823- ): m1. METZKER, Eleanor E.

TALMAGE, Charles (1820- ):

TARTES, Frances: m'd 1838 ESTES, John F.

TATE, Angelina:

William TAYLOR FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TAYLOR, Amanda Eloise "Manda" (1830-1901): m'd 1853 TOWNSEND, Evander Lorenzo; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, Anderson (1838- ): m'd 1863 ZUMWALT, Cornelia A. E.

TAYLOR, Andrew:

TAYLOR, Anna L. (1851-1893): d/o John and Sarah (McKenzie) Taylor

TAYLOR, D.M.:

TAYLOR, David:

TAYLOR, Fannie: m'd AYRES, William; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

*5: TAYLOR, Frances ( -1852): c/o William and Eleanor (Gibson) Taylor; died on trail of cholera

TAYLOR, Francis Zachary (1849-1927) s/o John and Sarah (McKenzie) Taylor

*5: TAYLOR, Frederick ( -1852): s/o William and Eleanor (Gibson) Taylor; died on trail of cholera

*8) TAYLOR, George: +family

TAYLOR, George Washington (c1830- ):

TAYLOR, George Washington (1843-1913): m'd 1869 HUBBARD, Rachel J.

TAYLOR, Harriet: m'd BURKE, [ ]; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, Henry W. (1808-1890):

TAYLOR, Izora: m'd BULL, Charles; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, James (1794-1858):

TAYLOR, James:

*5: TAYLOR, James ( -1852): s/o William and Eleanor (Gibson) Taylor; died on trail of cholera

TAYLOR, James (1846- ): m'd CURTISS, Lizzie; s/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, James Jr.:

TAYLOR, Jane:

TAYLOR, Jeremiah (1832-1916):

TAYLOR, Jesse:

TAYLOR, John A. (1825-1919):  m'd 25 Oct 1846 MCKENZIE, Sarah; s/o Job and Rebecca (Fish) Taylor; born 12  Sep 1825 Allegheny Co, NY and died 12 Feb 1919 Walla Walla, Walla Walla Co, WA; settled in Washington Co, OR where he built and operated a successful ferry; built a toll bridge to replace it which he later sold for a large sum, ran a hotel at Amity, Yamhill Co, OR; served in the Oregon legislature in 1868 and in the Washington Legislature in 1879; father of 9 children (Lucetta Rebecca, Francis Zachary, Anna L., Ella, Mary, Jennie, William, Harrison and John B.)

TAYLOR, John:

TAYLOR, John A. (1825- ):

TAYLOR, Josiah:

TAYLOR, Julie Ann (1825-1886): m'd 1840 PHILLIPS, John

TAYLOR, Lucetta Rebecca (1848-1920): d/o John and Sarah (McKenzie) Taylor

TAYLOR, Lucy (1826- ): m'd 1856 CROSBY, Edwin; m2. 1863 MENZIES, James; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, M.C. (1846- ):

TAYLOR, Mariah:

TAYLOR, Martha F.: m'd 1852 JONES, Joseph F.; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, Mary ( -1852):

TAYLOR, Mary A.: m'd HOWE, Dewitt; d/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, Miriam (1820- ): m'd 1838 HARRELL, Doddridge

TAYLOR, Newton ( -1852): brother of William; died on trail of cholera

TAYLOR, Noah:

TAYLOR, Persis:

TAYLOR, Preston ( -1852):

TAYLOR, Samuel (1850- ):

TAYLOR, Samuel (1807-1852):

*5: TAYLOR, Samuel ( - ): m'd ,; s/o William and Eleanor (Gibson) Taylor

TAYLOR, Sarah ( -1852):

*5: TAYLOR, Sarah ( -1852): d/o William and Eleanor (Gibson) Taylor; died on trail of cholera

TAYLOR, Squire ( -1867):

TAYLOR, Thomas (1791- ):

TAYLOR, W.H.:

TAYLOR, Wilbur D. (1839- ): s/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, Willard (1837- ): m'd [ ], Mary; s/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TAYLOR, William:

*5: TAYLOR, William ( -1852): m'd GIBSON, Eleanor; died on trail of cholera

TAYLOR, William Ingram (1789-1870): m'd RUSH, Lucinda; was pressed into service as a cabin boy on a British Man-of-war at age ten and served until age 21; claimed to be a second cousin of Queen Victoria; jumped ship in Quebec in 1810 and went to Philadelphia where he married; moved to OH Territory; emigrated as far as Dubuque, IA in 1851 with their eleven grown children; oldest daughter, Fannie, married William Ayres and remained in Dubuque; spring of 1852 started for St. Louis where they joined trains heading west; their scout was Evander Lorenzo Townsend who later married one of the Taylor girls; settled in Portland; each of ten children took a homestead from Barton Road on Sandy Blvd to Fairview; the homesteads remained in the Taylor family until 1908.

TAYLOR, William M. (1841- ): m'd [ ], Martha M.; s/o William and Lucina (Rush) Taylor

TEAL, Joseph (1827- ):

TEMPLE, William:

TERRY, Sarah E. (1839-1917): m'd BILYEU, Andrew Jackson

THARP, J. M. M. ( - ):

THOMAS, Argalus (1820- ):

THOMAS, Jonathan:

THOMAS, Leonard (1824-1899):
 

THOMAS, Mary Jane (1825 - 1887) - m'd 1841 MCALLISTER, John Wesley. Settled at Nisqually, died at Tenino, Thurston County, Washington

THOMAS, Nancy Mrs. ( -1896): m'd THOMAS, [   ]; maiden name unknown at this time

THOMAS, Samuel:

THOMPSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
THOMPSON, Elizabeth (1829-1892): m'd 1844 DRAKE, John Melancthon

*21) THOMPSON, Frances Elizabeth (1848-1870):  m'd 1865 PUGH, John W.; d/o Mercer and Sarah (Donaghe) Thompson.  Frances was born 25 Dec 1848 in MO.  She married John W. Pugh 16 Mar 1865 Linn Co, OR.  She died 07 Feb 1870 Shedd, Linn Co, OR and is buried in the Pugh/Shedd Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR.   Frances was the mothr of two children (Mary Elizabeth and George Benson)

THOMPSON, Hugh (1792-1872): m'd 1830  [   ], Sarah ; Hugh was born 26 Oct 1792 in PA.  He married Sarah (maiden name unknown) 01 Apr 1830 OH and died 18 Apr 1872 OR.  He took out a donation land claim in Polk Co, OR

*21) THOMPSON, Hugh Daniel (1851-1876): s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Donaghe) Thompson; Hugh was born 26 Oct 1851 Newton Co, MO and died 16 Aug 1876 Linn Co, OR

*21) THOMPSON, Hugh L. (1844-1921): m'd 28 Dec 1864 MCCORMICK, Sarah; s/o Mercer and Sarah (Donaghe) Thompson. Hugh was born 22 Nov 1844 in Newton Co, MO;  He m'd Sarah McCormick 28 Dec 1864 in Linn Co, OR. Hugh drove freight to the Idaho mines in his early years and later he took up farming for a time.  In 1886 Hugh moved to Umatilla County, OR  but then moved on where he is found mining in Idaho and British Columbia.  His final destination was Douglas County, OR where he resided until his death 24 Sep 1921.  He is buried in the Waterville Cemetery, Waterville, Douglas Co, OR.  Hugh was the father of ten children (Edgar D., William M., Walter C., Joseph C., Frances E., Evelyn, Anna L., Hubert M., Robert M. and Ethel A.)

THOMPSON, Jacob (1822 - ): m'd  1844 EVANS, Rhoda

*21) THOMPSON, Joseph (1823-1872): m'd 06 Dec 1846 DONAGHE, Elizabeth; s/o Leonard and Elizabeth Thompson; Joseph settled in the Brownsville area of Linn County where he farmed and raised his family. He married Elizabeth Malvina Donaghe 06 Dec 1846 in Newton Co, MO;  Joseph died 10 Feb 1872 in Brownsville.  He was the father of eleven children (William Jasper, Melissa Jane, Hugh Daniel, James Franklin, Martha Caroline, Sarah Phoebe, John Mercer, George B., Joseph Alexander, Edwin M. and Francis Marion)

*21) THOMPSON, Martha Ann (1847-1879): m'd RINEHART, Francis Marion; d/o Mercer and Sarah (Donaghe) Thompson.  Martha was born 26 Jan 1847 MO.  She died 01 Jan 1879 Shedd, Linn Co, OR and is buried in the Pugh/Shedd Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR.  Martha was the mother of seven children (Infant, Flora Catherine, Watson Thompson, Grant Starr, Ellis Wiseman, Guy Simpson, Frances Ione)

*20) THOMPSON, Martha Stone (1811-1891): m'd  01 Jan 1835 READ, Clifton Kittridge.  Matha was born 21 Jun 1811, Princeton, MA.  She married Clifton Kittridge Read 01 Jan 1835 in Chenagua Co, NY.  She died 01 Apr 1891 OR and is buried in Aumsville Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR.  Her diary of the journey and some of her letters were published in Covered Wagon Women Vol 5 p. 208-251

*21) THOMPSON, Mary Jane (1852-1903): m'd 03 Nov 1873 STAFFORD, Bethel Allen; d/o Mercer and Sarah (Donaghe) Thompson.  Mary married Bethel Allen Stafford 03 Nov 1873 in Linn Co, OR.  They settled in Linn County where they remained until their deaths.  Mary died 16 Jul 1903 Albany, Linn Co, OR and is buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR;  She was the mother of two daughters (Grace and Winifred Frances)

*21) THOMPSON, Mary "Polly": m'd 02 Nov 1845 WALKER, Washington; Mary married Washington Walker 02 Nov 1845 in Newton Co, MO. d/o of Leonard and Elizabeth Thompson; Mary contracted cholera on the trip and spent most of her time in the wagon

*21) THOMPSON, Melissa Jane (1849-1883): m'd 08 Jan 1867 VANNOSTERN, David; d/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Donaghe) Thompson; Melissa was born 16 Oct 1849 in MO and 06 Apr 1883.

*21) THOMPSON, Mercer (1821-1886): m'd 1843 DONAGHE, Sarah Wiseman;  s/o Leonard and Elizabeth Thompson; Mercer was born 03 Nov 1821 in Barren Co, KY.  In 1849 he went to CA  to make his fortune.  After a short time he returned east and gathered his family for the journey to Oregon in 1852.  By most reports, Mercer was the Captain of the train.  Throughout his life he farmed, raised stock and for a time freighted supplies to the mines in Boise, ID.  He settled in Linn County where he died April 20, 1886 Shedd, Linn Co, OR and is buried in the Pugh/Shedd Cemetery, Shedd, Linn Co, OR.  Mercer was the father of  nine confirmed children (Hugh Leonard, Martha Ann, Frances Elizabeth, Mary Jane, Albert Newton, Lafayette Greene, Amanda, George Lewis and Alice Sarah)

THOMPSON, Miles H. (1826- ): m'd 31 Dec 1846 [   ], Nancy Jane;  Miles was born 1826 Russell Co, VA and married Nancy Jane (maiden name unknown) 31 Dec 1846 Ray Co, MO; he settled in Polk County

THOMPSON, Nancy Jane: m'd 31 Dec 1846 THOMPSON, Miles H.; maiden name unknown at this time

THOMPSON, Rachel: m'd 12 Jun 1845 THOMPSON, Robert; maiden name unknown at this time

THOMPSON, Robert (1823- ): m'd 1845 [   ], Rachel; Robert was born 1823 Belmont Co, OH and married Rachel (maiden name unknown) 12 Jun 1845 Morgan Co, OH; had donation land claim in Clackamas Co

*21) THOMPSON, William  Jasper (1847-1931: m'd 1868 Laura Hale; s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Donaghe) Thompson.  William was born 27 Oct 1847 in Jackson Co, MO.  In his adult life he settled for a time in Linn County, was in Clackamas County by 1880 and then moved to Waso County where he died at the home of his granddaughter 27 Jan 1931.  He is buried in Henderson Cemetery, Dufur, Wasco Co, OR.  William was the father of eight children (Joseph Andrew, Charles Monroe, D. P., Elizabeth, Effie E., Eva Myrthline, Etta Laura and William Larkin)

THOMPSON, William: m'd LUSK, Permelia

THOMPSON, William (1819- ): m'd 20 Jun 1850 SWEET, Elizabeth Jane; William was born 1819 Montgomery Co, OH.  He married Elizabeth Jane Sweet 20 Jun 1850 Allen Co, IN; William had a donation land claim in Clackamas Co

THOMSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
THOMSON, Fayette (1823-1913): m'd 1848 TEWKSBURY, Maria; Fayette Thomson was b 19 Aug 1823 in Riga, Monroe, NY where he stayed until about 1845 9 Oct 1848 married Maria Chapman Tewksbury in Cuylerville, Livingston, NY. In 1850 Dodge Co, Wisconsin census. 1 Sept 1852 (according to DLC 3074) arrived in Oregon.  Apparently he rode horseback across the plains (according to obituaries of his wife and eldest son Henry A) History of Willamette Valley says Maria (wife) and 2 children came around the horn up the Columbia River to Portland. [all of this part yet to be proved] 1859 to 1868 he and family were in Downieville, Sierra, Calif where he was a hotel keeper in Goodyear's Bar, a mining town.  In 1870 Fayette moved to McKenzie River district where he is found in Gate Creek & Leaburg until his death 3 Mar 1913.  Children: Henry A, Lena; Carey William, Frank, Winthrop, Theron and Clarence.  [They are best known for Carey's Thomson Hotel on the McKenzie River which was a famous resort, but burned in 1954.

THORNTON, Cordelia (1815-1893): m'd 1831 AGEE, Isaac

THORNTON, Marinda ( - ): m'd AGEE, William

THORNTON, Simeon Toney ( - ): m'd ADAMS, Elizabeth Ann

THURLO, Rhoda Ann (1820-1852): m'd c1845 KNIFONG, Joseph Wampler; born in Morgan Co, OH and died upon arrival in CA of cholera; mother of 3 known children (John Martin, Pasker Henrietta and Olive Elizabeth)

THURMAN, William (1833- ):

TIBBETTS, Albert Thomas (1844-1891): s/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 16 Dec 1844 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 12 Sep 1891 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

TIBBETTS, Elizabeth Jane (1832-1915): m'd Hamblin, David Brower; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 16 Dec 1832 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 23 Jul 1915 while visiting her daughter in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA; buried Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA; mother of 7 children (Eva E., Ralph A., Sarah E., Lillie, Lois T., John D and Alva G.)

TIBBETTS, Flora Ann (1847-1929): m'd 07 Jun 1868 HERMANN, Binger; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 23 Oct 1847 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 29 Aug 1929 Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR; husband served as State Senator, State Representative and Commisioner of Land Office

TIBBETTS, Francis Marion (1837-1912): m'd 27 Oct 1865 GRIMWALD, Georgia A.: s/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 02 Nov 1837 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 12 Nov 1912; buried in Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; father of 6 children (Sarah WIlmot, Charles W., Ada, Archie Livingstone, Edna Fay and Vivian L.)

TIBBETTS, Lois V. (1850-1924): m'd 1866 AVERY, Mr.; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 19 Sep 1850 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 30 Jan 1924 Alameda Co, CA

TIBBETTS, Mary Eliza (1835-1919): m'd KNOTT, Andrew Jackson; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 16 Feb 1835 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 01 Jun 1919, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; mother of 8 children (Walter, Harry H., Gordon H., George, Sadie, Mrs. Lute C. McCormick, Mrs. J.W. Phalen and Mrs. F.M. Stephens)

TIBBETTS, Sarah Emily (1840-1919): m1. 1855 LADD, John Pickett; m2. c1864 GOULDIN, J.C.; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 28 Feb 1840 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 10 Feb 1919 Alameda Co, CA; mother of 3 children by first husband (Mollie, Carrie E. and Shirley); mother of Ada by second husband

TIBBETTS, Sophia Ellen (1842-1926): m'd 1858 MCKINNEY, James L.; d:/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born 16 Jun 1842 Manchester, Dearborn Co, IN and died 17 Aug 1926 Dexter, Lane Co, OR; buried McFarland Cemetery, Cottage Grove, Lane Co, OR; mother of 7 children (Lulu M., Frances Emily, William Franklin, John Albert, Mary, Ellen Etta and James Alexander)

TIBBETTS, Jonathan Snow Rev. (1804-1885): m'd 21 Jul 1831 REDDING, Mary; s/o Benjamin and Hannah (Snow) Tibbetts; born 17 Apr 1804 Bangor, Penobscot Co, ME and died 23 Jun 1885 Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; buried Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR; was Methodist Minister and Circuit Rider; father of 10 children (Elizabeth Jane, Mary Eliza, Francis Marion, Sarah Emily, Sophia Ellen, Albert Thomas, Flora Ann, Lois V., Oregon "Orrie" Andrew and Jonathan Edward); Rev Tibbetts was mentioned in the 1852 Samuel Woodruff diary.

TICE, John M. (c1827- ):

TIGARD, Andrew Jackson  (1828-1898);  m'd 1854  EDWARDS, Sarah  Jane (1832-   );  s/o  Hugh and Frances Keziah "Fanny"(McClendon) Tigard

TIGARD, Emily Adaline  (1836-  );  m'd 1854 DOBLEOWER, William Brown (1823-1911) trail 1850;  d/o  Hugh and Frances Keziah "Fanny"(McClendon) Tigard

TIGARD, James Monroe  (1852-  );  m'd 1877 MCALLISTER, Mary Jane  (1843-  ) trail  1844;  s/o Andrew Jackson and Sarah Jane (Edwards) Tigard

TIGARD, John Wesley   (1851-1931);  m'd  1893 (Unknown), Sophia  (1840-   );  s/o Wilson  M. and  Mary Ann "Polly" (Yoes) Tigard

TIGARD, Mary Frances (1852-   );  m1. WILCOX, Edward B. ;  m2. WHITE, George Washington; m3. FEAR,  Samuel;  d/o  Andrew Jackson and Sarah Jane (Edwards) Tigard

TIGARD, Sarah  Ann  (1829-1866);  m'd  1849  GILBREATH, James Craig (1829-1882);  d/o  Hugh and Frances Keziah "Fanny"(McClendon) Tigard

TIGARD, Wilson  M. (1826-1882); m'd 1850 YOES, Mary Ann "Polly"  ( 1830-1882);  s/o  Hugh and Frances Keziah "Fanny"(McClendon) Tigard

TILLER, Aaron J.: m'd Russell, Rachael Amanda; founder of Tiller, Douglas Co, OR

TILLOTSON, George: (1816- ): m1. CLARK, Mary; m2. 1854 MOORE, Elmira

TITUS, Silas (1830- ): m'd PIERCE, Georgetta Wagons From Wapello

TODD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TODD, Abbott L. ( - ):  See
A. L. TODD

TODD, Angelina ( - ): m'd ,

TODD, Cynthia ( - ): m'd ,

TODD, Elijah ( - ): m'd ,

TODD, Lovina ( - ): m'd ,

TODD, Mary Ellen (1843 - ): m'd APPLEGATE , John Pound

TODD, Newton Sorency ( -1920): s/o James and Maria [] Todd

TOMPKINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TOMPKINS, Elizabeth (c1814-1895): m1. 1833 BAXTER, William; m2. 1856 CASSIDY, William; Elizabeth's first husband died on trail

TOMPKINS, John: m'd BURRIS, Nancy

TOMPKINS, William M.: m'd DANIEL, Rebecca

TONER, John G. (1822- ):

TOWNSEND, William H.:

TRASK, William (1812-1895): m'd 1851Doolittle (SHAFF), Lucy Phinetta

TRIMBLE, Robert: settled in Douglas and Josephine Counties

TRIMBLE, Stephen A. (1822-1901): m'd 1877 ALLEN (BENSON), Sarah; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

TRIPLETT, James H. (1828- ): m'd 1849 , Mary Jane

TRIPP, Esther: m'd FISK, [    ]

TROUP, William H.:

TUCKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TUCKER, Branch (1834-1918): m'd  07 Feb 1872 HORNER, Martha Ann ; s/o James M. and Anna (Hudson) Cave Tucker; born 26 Aug 1834 Surry Co, NC and died 28 Jun 1918 Clackamas Co, OR; farmer at Springwater, Clackamas Co, OR; father of seven children (Amos Jackson, Reuben Garrett, Lewis, Anna Louisa, Wilda Ellen, Mary Ethel and Martha Melvina); buried at Springwater Cemetery, Springwater, Clackamas Co, OR

TUCKER, Daniel Woodson (1816-1895): m'd 27 May1869 MAYFIELD, Adeline Tempy ; s/o James M. and Anna (Hudson) Cave Tucker; born 11 Dec 1816 Surry Co, NC and died 11 Mar 1895 Springwater, Clackamas Co, OR; farmer at Springwater, Clackamas Co, OR; father of five children (William Woodson, Dicey Adeline, James N., Solomon A. and Isaiah)

TUCKER, David D. Allen (1851-1860): s/o William and Nancy (Dealy) Tucker; born 11 Apr 1851 Buchanan Co, MO and died 1860 Clackamas Co, OR

TUCKER, Diana (1823-1852): m'd 1847 DEALY, David Jr.; d/o James M. and Anna (Hudson) Cave Tucker; died on the trail

TUCKER, Henry Bellinger (1804-1899): m'd 1829 MCKAY, Elizabeth; s/o William W. and Martha (Ballinger) Tucker; born 12 Dec 1804 Adair Co, KY and died 04 May 1899 Beaverton, Washington Co, OR

TUCKER, James Patterson (1841-1895): s/o William and Nancy (Dealy) Tucker; born 05 May 1841 St. Joseph, Buchanan Co, MO and died 15 Mar 1895; buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn Co, OR

TUCKER, John Thomas (1848-1852): s/o William and Nancy (Dealy) Tucker; born 1848 Buchanan Co, MO and died c1852 (possibly on trail)

TUCKER, Louisa (1849-1864): d/o Henry and Elizabeth (McKay) Tucker

TUCKER, Mary (1835-1856): m'd CORNWELL, James (pioneer of 1851); d/o Henry and Elizabeth (McKay) Tucker

TUCKER, Pleasant Branch (1849-1892): m'd [   ], Clara E..; s/o William and Nancy (Dealy) Tucker; born 13 Nov 1849 and died 22 Feb 1892 Linn Co, OR;  buried Providence Cemetery, Scio, Linn Co, OR; note that all the census records state that he was born in IA but the family records state MO

TUCKER, Rebecca Ann (1840-1902): m'd 18 Nov 1858 SAVAGE, Albert; d/o William and Nancy (Dealy) Tucker; born 09 Mar 1840 St. Joseph, Buchanan Co, MO and died 08 Sep 1902 Linn Co, OR; buried Lacomb Cemetery, Lacomb, Linn Co, OR;  mother of nine children (William Erastus, Nancy Dealy, Julia Ann, Judith Hannah, David Albert, Francis J., Amy Jane, John Brazilla and James Albert)

TUCKER, Sarah ( -1853): d/o Henry and Elizabeth (McKay) Tucker

TUCKER, Thomas (1831-1916): m'd 17 Sep 1854 MCKAY, Mary Ann; s/o Henry and Elizabeth (McKay) Tucker; Thomas died 16 Jun 1916

TUCKER, William (1833-1910): m'd LANDESS, Mary Jane; s/o Henry and Elizabeth (McKay) Tucker; born 24 Oct 1833 IN and died 08 Nov 1910 Beaverton, Washington Co, OR

TUCKER, William Hiram "Buck" (1813-1891): m'd 28 Mar 1839 DEALY, Nancy A.;s/o James M. and Anna (Hudson) Cave Tucker; born 06 Feb 1813 Surry Co, NC and died 29 Apr 1891 Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, near Scio, LinnCo, OR; father of fifteen children (Rebecca Ann, James Patterson, David Mallory, Sarah Jane Elizabeth, William Daniel Woodson, John Thomas, Pleasant Branch, David D. Allen, Martha Francis, Mary J. C., Alcy Melvina, Hannah E., Charles Jefferson and Martin Rober E Lee)

TUCKER, William Daniel Woodson (1846-1931): m'd 02 Jun 1880 BAILEY, Ellen; s/o William and Nancy (Dealy) Tucker; born 14 May 1846 Buchanan Co, MO and died 23 Oct 1931 Josephine Co, OR; buried Wilderville Cemetery, Wilderville, Josephine Co, OR
father of nine children (John R., Nancy J., Eva R., Sarah F., William M., Martha E., Myrtle A., James E. and Charles A.)

TULK, Eliza Jane  (1832-1926);  m'd 1850 HARER,  Evan H. (1822-1870); sister of Martha Ann Tulk

TULK, Martha Ann (1828-1912);  m'd  1850 HARER, William  M.  (1823-1908); sister of Eliza Jane Tulk

TULLY, A.:

TULLY, J.:

TURNBULL, George (1827- ):

TURNER, Cornelia Ann: (1838-1932):    m'd Amos M. DAVIS (1830 - 1863) on 25 January 1857, Turner, Marion, Oregon.  The town of Aumsville is named in his memory.  No children of the marriage, and she didn't remarry.

 

TURNER, George: (1840-1896 ): 

 

TURNER, George H. (1842- ):

TURNER, Henry L.: [1810-1871):  m'd 26 July 1835 SHARP, Judith Julia Ann in Mifflin, Harrison, Ohio; Henry was  born New Brunswick, Canada  and died in Marion County, Oregon; wife was a sister of John Sharp listed above

TURNER, Israel (1798-1852): m'd STICE, Catherine; Israel was born 15 Mar 1798 Pulaski Co, KY and died c05 Jun 1852 on the Platte River in what is now Nebraska; s/o Andrew Hardin Turner and Comfort Patterson; his wife died in Morgan Co, IL in March just prior to emigration

TURNER, Louis: (1842- ): [1844 - 1920]

TURNER, Louis: (1842- ):

TURNER, Thomas ( - ):

UMPHREY, John:

UMPHREY, Julia Ann ( -1928): m'd 1852 PARKER, Allan Ethan; d/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey; parents and siblings emigrated in 1853; buried Albany Masonic Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

UZAFOVAGE, C. (1836- ): m'd 1862 ENTZ, Mary

*2) *26) VALENTINE, Marecy: m'd 1845 GILHAM, Newton D.

*4) VALIN, Angelique (1790-1887): m'd 1818 PLAMONDON, Mitchell; husband died young leaving her with six children; three children died young; Angelique came to OR with remaining children

VANBUSKIRK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
VANBUSKIRK, Andrew (1826-1877): Never married; s/o William and Margaret (Evans) VanBuskirk; kept a diary of the family's trip across the plains

VANBUSKIRK, Arminda (1850-1852): d/o Joseph and Sarah (Eldredge) VanBuskirk; died on trail

VANBUSKIRK, Daniel (1833- ):

VANBUSKIRK, Elijah Whorton:

VANBUSKIRK, Elizabeth  M. (1829-1912): m'd 1848 HENDERSON, Thomas B.; d/o William and Margaret (Evans) VanBuskirk; settled in Yamhill Co; was mother of  8 children (infant, Urbanus, Sylvia A., Infant, Elmus Ulysses, Sarah E., Miles T. and Margaret V.); buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR; settled in Yamhill Co; buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR

VANBUSKIRK, John M. (1818-1874): m'd 1837 HENDERSON, Sarah S.; s/o William and Margaret (Evans) VanBuskirk; the Amity Baptist Church was organized Aug 28, 1858 in the home of John and Sarah VanBuskirk; both are buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR

VANBUSKIRK, Joseph T. (1824 -1852): m'd 1845 ELDREDGE, Sarah P.; s/o William and Margaret (Evans) VanBuskirk; died on trail

VANBUSKIRK, Josephine Violet (1847-1935): m'd  1864 JONES, Harvey L.; d/o John and Sarah (Henderson) VanBuskirk; was mother of 5 children (Rolland O., Wildon M., Luella M., Herbert W., Rheubena "Ruby" V.) ; buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR

VANBUSKIRK, Lafayette T. (1842 -1861): s/o John and Sarah (Henderson) VanBuskirk; buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR

VANBUSKIRK, Lucinda T. (1844 -1926): m'd 1865 HENDERSON, John J.; d/o John and Sarah (Henderson) VanBuskirk

VANBUSKIRK, Margaret:

VANBUSKIRK, Mary (1846-1852): d/o Joseph and Sarah (Eldredge) VanBuskirk; died on trail

VANBUSKIRK, Sarah A. (1816-1853): m'd 1836 WHISLER , Elijah F.; d/o William and Margaret (Evans) VanBuskirk; was the mother of 6 children (Margaret Ann, William, Barbara Alice, Elizabeth Vashti, Flavius Joseph and Sarah Mellissa); buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR

VANBUSKIRK, William (1848-1893): m'd 1874 BROWN, Alice B.; was father of 5 children (Floyd E., Adah A., Elva L., Ruby M. and Oria A.); s/o Joseph and Sarah (Eldredge) VanBuskirk; parents and 2 sisters died on trail

VANBUSKIRK, William (1789-1859): m'd 1815 EVANS, Margaret; s/o John and Mary (Blackmore) VanBuskirk; buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR; wife died on trail in the Blue Mountains

VANBUSKIRK, William Daniel (1833-1900): m'd 1873 BROWN, Laura N.; settled in Yamhill Co; was the father of 5 children (Rosa Alice, William A., Mary E., Laurence A., and and infant who died at birth); buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill Co, OR with his wife who died in 1891

VANFALDI, Elizabeth: m'd 1851 LINNERMAN, Gerhard; maiden name unknown at this time

VANDERPOOL, Larkin (1831- ):

VANDERPOOL, Martha Elizabeth: m'd 1872 GULLIFORD, Jacob Allen

VANDERPOOL, Philena: m'd 1848 FOWLER, George M.; buried Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

*18) VANDERVORT, Jefferson: from Groveland, Tazewell Co, IL; living in Portland June 1853 but reportedly died soon after that

VANHORN, Margaret ( - ): m'd MCELFRESH, [   ]

VANSCHOIACK, Neely (1794- ):

VAUGHN, J. S. (1829- ):

VAUGHN, Lydia (1794- ):

VAUGHN, Mrs.:

VAUGHN, Nancy:

VAUGHN, William:

VERDANT, Henry ( -1852): Cecelia Adams mentioned in her diary that June 25 they passed the grave of Henry Verdant, age 52, Edgar Co, IL

VICKERS, Leonard B. (1831- ):

VIER, Ruth (1800-1881): m'd DARBY, William

VINSON, James (1808- ):

VINSON, John (1831 - ):

VINYARD, Elisha (c1818- ):

VOWEL, Mary (1815-1852): m'd ADAMS, Charles; died 11 Nov 1852 in Portland, Multnomah Co, OR after arriving

WADDLE, Francis (1821- ): m'd 1840 , Sophia

WADE, William:

WADKINS, Catharine (1793-1877): m'd MORLEY, Moses

*18) WAFER, John L.: m'd 13 Mar 1854 BARRELL, Lydia; paid $55 to join company; had gone ahead to accompany provisions to St. Joseph, MO; was a photographer

WAGGONER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WAGGONER, Bird (1810-1892): m1. PICKETT, Caroline Virginia; m2. GRAY, Nancy Elizabeth

WAGGONER, Emily: d/o Bird and Caroline (Pickett) Waggoner

WAGGONER, George A. (1842-1916): s/o Bird and Caroline (Pickett) Waggoner

WAGGONER, Oliver Bird: s/o Bird and Caroline (Pickett) Waggoner

WAGGONER, Susan Francis: d/o Bird and Caroline (Pickett) Waggoner

WAGGONER, Thomas: s/o Bird and Caroline (Pickett) Waggoner

WAGGONESS, Isaac (1827- ):

*16) WAGNER, Esther Ann (1850- ): d/o Isaac and Catherine (Adams) Wagner

*16) WAGNER, Isaac Madson (1828- ): m'd 01 Jun 1847 ADAMS, Catherine Swartslander

*16) WAGNER, Philip Malagathon (1851- ): s/o Isaac and Catherine (Adams) Wagner

WAIT, G. T. (1833- ):

WAIT, John K. (1825- ):

WAIT, Richard S. (1830- ):

WAITE, George ( - ):

WAITE, John ( - ):

WALDEN, Ebenezer (1777-1864):

WALDRON, Agnes M. (1847-1884): m'd DAVIDSON, James; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Sleppy) Waldron; born 10 Jun 1847 Lawrence Co, PA and died 10 Oct 1884 Chico, Butte Co, CA

WALDRON, Angelina (1850- ): m'd SHARTH, Thomas; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Sleppy) Waldron; born 1 Nov 1850

WALDRON, Henry J. (1830-1878): m'd  17 Jul 1853 MERRILL, Mary Angelina; born 22 Sep 1830 Albany Co, NY and died 1878 Wasco Co, OR; father of 8 children (Ida E., Ella, William H., Carrie A., Emma Jannete, Nellie M., Frank C. and Stella)

WALDRON, Isophena (1849-1944 ): m'd 1866 COLLARD, Elihu Benton; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Sleppy) Waldron; born 12 Feb 1849 Lawrence Co, PA and died 09 Jan 1944 Parrott Creek, Clackamas Co, OR

WALDRON, Samantha Jane (1844-1927): m'd SEAMAN, Charles B.; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Sleppy) Waldron; born 11 Jun 1844 Butler Co, OH and died 22 May 1927 Riverview, Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

WALDRON, Samuel (1815-1888): m1. 02 Jun 1843  SLEPPY, Elizabeth Jane (1825-1852 on trail); m2. 03 May 1853 HANCOCK, Elizabeth Jane (Saunders); born 10 Dec 1815 Mercer Co, PA and died 31 Aug 1888 Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR; buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas Co, OR; fathr of 5 children by first wife (Samantha Jane, Almerin John (died prior to emigration), Agnes M., Isaphena and Angelina); father of 10 children by second wife (George W., Martha E., Ann Elizabeth, John Lincoln, Gabriella, Samuel, Christina, Henry A., Jessie R. and Edgar M.)

WALK, Elizabeth (1827-1906): m'd 1846 ADAIR, William R.; went to CA and then to OR 1859; buried Miller Cemetery, Silverton, Marion Co, OR

*21)WALKER, Arthur M. (1817- ): s/o Charles andElizabeth (Talbott) Walker; emigrated to Linn Co; Co

WALKER, Calvin ( -1852):

WALKER, Elizabeth (1844-1908): m'd 1860 LEDFORD, John M. Sr; d/o Jesse and Isophena Walker; first postmistress at Smock, Wasco Co, OR c1899; buried Wamic, Wasco Co, OR

*21)WALKER, Jesse F. (1816-c1860): m'd 1843 CARVER, Isafina/Isophena; s/o Charles and Elizabeth (Talbott) Walker; originally emigrated to Linn Co; died Clackamas Co, OR

WALKER, John F. (1827- ):

WALKER, Nancy E. ( -1898):

*21)WALKER, Washington P. (b.c1822-1894):m'd 1845 THOMPSON, Mary; s/o Charles and Elizabeth (Talbott) Walker; originally emigrated to Linn Co; buried Sherman Co, OR

WALKER, William E. (1808- ):

WALLACE, Colin Austin (1834- ): m'd 1857 SCHUCK, Elizabeth

WALLACE, Edward P. (1829- ):

WALLACE, Emma:

WALLACE, J.C.:

WALLACE, James A. (1821-1868):

WALLACE, Lewis K. ( -1886):

WALLACE, Lucy A.

WALLACE, Marion (1848- ):

WALLACE, Mary E.:

WALLACE, Matthew:

WALLACE, W.D. (1844- ):

WALLIS, Alice: d/o Mathew and Emeline (Lindley) Wallis

WALLIS, Clara: d/o Mathew and Emeline (Lindley) Wallis

WALLIS, Harris L.: d/o Mathew and Emeline (Lindley) Wallis

WALLIS, Margaret: d/o Mathew and Emeline (Lindley) Wallis

WALLIS, Matthew: m'd 18 Feb 1847 LINLEY, Emaline

WALLIS, Webster: d/o Mathew and Emeline (Lindley) Wallis

WALTERS, David M. (1831- ):

WALTON, Joshua J. ( -1896):

WALTON, Martha J.: m'd 1847 GREENWOOD, William L.

WARD, George R. (1816- ):

WARE, Susan N. (1820-1873): m1. 05 Jan 1837 EUBANKS, John H.; m2. 28 Nov 1844 MCCULLOCH, James T.; m3. c1858 REED, Reason; emigrated to Oregon with second husband; mother of 1 child by first husband (Presley George Eubank); mother of three children by second husband (William T., Nancy Catherine and Martha J.)

WARREN, G.R.:

WARREN, Hulda Ann (1824-1859): m'd 10 Sep 1840 AVERILL, Henry James Cropsy; d/o Levi  and Mary (Dakin) Warren.  She was born 02 Oct 1824 in Rockland, Mercer, IL, and died 26 Apr 1859 in Albany, Linn, OR.

WARREN, Polly: m'd 1846 HARRISON, Joseph

WASHBURN,  Alanson (1836-1891), s/o WASHBURN, Alfred Sr. and FARRINGTON, Mary Jane

WASHBURN, Alfred Jr. (1844-1926), s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr.

WASHBURN,  Alfred Sr. (1810-1870), m’d 1825 FARRINGTON, Mary Jane; had five wagons; contracted to bring along four families as well as his own family which included 14 children; was elected captain after their first choice became ill with Rocky Mountain fever and was unable to continue.  They brought five wagons from Chicago to St. Joe, MO in 1851.  Overwintered there, then crossed the Missouri, and got together 72 wagons and eight light carriages.  Two of the Washburn wagons were pulled by horses, and three by oxen.

WASHBURN,  Elizabeth Jane (1841-1903), d/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr.

WASHBURN,  Francis Marion (1834-1895), s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASHBURN,  Henry  (1838-1852),  s/o  Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASHBURN,  John M.  (1830-aft 1880), s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASHBURN,  Marilla Reed (1839-aft 1860),  d/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASHBURN,  Melvin Taylor (1852-aft  1860),  s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr  

WASHBURN,  Milton  1850-aft  1860),  s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASHBURN,  Philander  S.  (1826-1904),  s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASHBURN,  Samuel  (1831-1896),  s/o Alfred and Mary (Farrington) Washburn Sr

WASSON, Hannah J.: m'd 1844 BILYEU, John Martin

WATERHOUSE, Warren (1829- ):

WATERMAN, Margaret Jane (1827-1916): m'd 1849 BARR, Samuel

WATERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WATERS, Abner Walter (1833- ): m1. MCCULLY, M.A.; m2. MCCARTNEY, Sarah

WATERS, Hannah Keziah ( - ): m'd , MCCULLY, Asa

WATERS, William H. H. Col (1835-1892): m'd 1862 NORTH, E.E.

WATKINDS, William H. (1835- ):

WATKINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WATKINS, James: s/o William and Sarah (Smith) Watkins

WATKINS, John W. (1826- ): Wagons From Wapello

WATKINS, Mary Jane (1835-1904): d/o William and Sarah (Smith) Watkins; m1. Walker; m2. George Riches

WATKINS, Robert: s/o William and Sarah (Smith) Watkins

WATKINS, Samuel: s/o William and Sarah (Smith) Watkins

WATKINS, William: s/o William and Sarah (Smith) Watkins

WATKINS, William Lynch: m'd SMITH, Sarah; died on the trail of cholera; children went on to the home of James and Fanny (Smith) Hunt in Marion Co

WATKINSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WATKINSON, Robert: m'd BEELER, Rebecca

WATSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*8) WATSON, Edward: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

WATSON, Hill:

*8) WATSON, James: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, James L.: m'd HAMMONS, Cynthia; James and Cynthia and some of the children later returned to IA; some of the children remained in OR

*8) WATSON, Jasper: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, John: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, Joseph: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, Mary: d/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, Nancy: d/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, Robert: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

*8) WATSON, William: s/o James and Cynthia (Hammons) Watson

WATTS, Benjamin Marion (1827-aft 1910): m'd 1854 MEEKER, Eliza M.; s/o William and Elizabeth (Naylor) Watts; born 03 Nov 1827 MO; settled in Columbia Co, OR until 1875 when he and his wife went by covered wagon to California.  They settled first in Los Angeles County where Benjamin was a carpenter and then later moved to Orange County.  Benjamin and Eliza had no children and were still living in the 1910 census but are not living  by 1920.

WATTS, Francis Harrison Tyler (1840-1929):  s/o William and Elizabeth (Naylor) Watts

WATTS, James Washington (1835-1872): m'd c1865 NESSLY, Elizabeth Matilda;  s/o William and Elizabeth (Naylor) Watts; born 12 Aug 1835 Pike Co, MO and died 14 Aug 1872 Columbia Co, OR; father of three children (James Grant, Minnie and William T.); wife remarried his cousin John R. Watts after James' death.

WATTS, John R. (1829-1905): m'd 27 Mar 1873 NESSLY, Elizabeth Matilda; s/o W.W.W. and Leonas Watts; born Jul 1829 and died in 1905; buried at Fairview Cemetery, Scappoose, Columbia Co, OR (his headstone says 1830-1905 and 1905 census gives his birth as Jul 1829); settled at Scappoose, Columbia Co, OR; was in the lumber business; father of three children ( Lillie, Mary and Maud); emigrated to Oregon with his uncle William Watts' family; married the widow of his cousin, James Washington Watts

WATTS, John William (1830-1901): m1.c1857 HENDRICKS, Martha (1832-1870); m2. 31 Jan 1880 Dorris, Caroline E. (BAYLEY); s/o William and Elizabeth (Naylor) Watts; born 06 Nov 1830 Pike Co, MO and died 06 Jul 1901 Yamhill Co, OR; settled with family in Columbia Co, OR and later moved to Yamhill Co, OR; was a physician and surgeon and an ardent spokesman for temperance, minister of Congregational church and postmaster of Lafayette, Yamhill Co for many years; father of two children by first wife (Charles and Ada)

WATTS, Robert Taylor (1850-1874): s/o William and Nancy (Fullerton) Watts; born 16 May/Jun 1850 Pike Co, MO and died 14 Jun 1874; working on brother's farm in Yamhill Co in 1870 census

WATTS, Thomas Columbus (1846-1884):  m'd 1870 HILLARY, Mary J.; s/o William and Elizabeth (Naylor) Watts; born 22 Nov 1846 Pike Co, MO and died 1884; buried Masonic Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Co, OR; father of four known children (Clara May, Mary E, Edward and Francis)

WATTS, William (1803-1873): m1. 20 Feb 1823 NAYLOR, Elizabeth; m2. 05 Aug 1847 FULLERTON, Nancy Jane; m3. 05 Nov 1854 SPENCER, Mary Ann Mrs.; William was born 27 Nov 1803 Bourbon Co, KY and died 30 Nov 1873; settled in Columbia County; moved to Washington County where he is found with his family  in the 1870 census records; father of seven children by first wife (Infant, Elizabeth, Benjamin Marion, John William, James Washington, Thomas Columbus and Francis Harrison Tyler); two children by his second wife (Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Margaret Jane) and four children by his third wife (Henry Clay, Ewing, Isabelle and Ida/Arda Ann)

WEATHERFORD, J.W. (1842- ):

WEATHERFORD, William Dr.:

*4) WEAVER, Catherine (1826- ): m'd 1847 O'DONALD, Jonathan P. (div 1864)

WEAVER, Edwin

WEBB, Louisa E. (1827-1910): m'd 1844 DARBY, Oliver H. Perry

*11) WEBER, Dr. ( -1852): died on trail Aug 13, 1852

*11) WEBS, 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?)]

WEHRUNG, H.:

WELCH, Frances M.: m'd 1852 GARRETT, James

John WELLS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
Justus WELLS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WELLS, Adelia (1848- ): d/o Justus and Cordelia Wells

WELLS, Charles (1800- ):

WELLS, Cynthia Jane: m'd WELLS, William

WELLS, Elizabeth: m'd BELL, [   ]

WELLS, Henry (1850- ): s/o Justus and Cordelia Wells

WELLS, James A. (1826- ):

WELLS, John Calvin (1832- ): started from OH in 1850 and worked his way across the plains as a teamster, hunter, night-herder and anything else he could find; arrived in OR in 1852

WELLS, Justus (1816- ): m'd [ ], Cordelia; originally emigrant of 1848, returned east to bring out family

WELLS, Laura (1843- ): d/o Justus and Cordelia Wells

WELLS, Levi Burch (1809- ):

WELLS, N.N. (1846- ): s/o Justus and Cordelia Wells

WELLS, W. A. (1838- ): m'd 1868 WILES, Mary J.

WELLS, William (1833 - ):  m1 Oct 1854 VANDERPOOL, Cynthia Jame; m2. 1883 HALL, Mary C.

*11) WELLS, William: m'd [   ], Cynthia Jane

WEST, Ann (1811-1900): m'd 1835 JACKSON, Jonathan

WEST, Clarissa (1805-1897): m'd 1822 BROWN, Manaweather; in later years became blind; after husband's death in 1883 she was cared for by wife of youngest son, Granville

WEST, Fort Boise (1852-1909): m'd DUNCAN, [ ]; born at Fort Boise while parents were emigrating; spend life at Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

WEST, Rev. Mr.: Mentioned in Samuel Woodruff diary.

WEST, William Fowler: m'd 1851 WHIPPLE, Jane; settled near Jefferson, Marion Co, OR

WETZEL, Margaret: m'd FERGUSON, [  ]

WHEELER, Euphronius E. (1822- ):

WHETSTONE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*8) WHETSTONE, Jacob ( -1855): +family

*8) WHETSTONE, Thomas: + family

WHIPPLE, Jane (1829-1878): m'd 1851 WEST, William Fowler; d/o Jeremiah and Nancy Whipple

WHIPPLE, Susannah Rogers (1819-1913): m'd 1840 BAGLEY, Daniel

WHISLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WHISLER, Barbara Alice (1842-1927): m'd 1859 MATHEWS, Albert A.; d/o Elijah and Sarah (VanBuskirk) Whisler

WHISLER, Elijah F. (1809-1897): m'd 1836 VANBUSKIRK, Sarah A.; emigrated with wagon pulled by mules

WHISLER, Margaret Ann (1838-1928): m'd 1855 HURST, David; d/o Elijah and Sarah (VanBuskirk) Whisler

WHISLER, Sarah Mellissa (1851-1876): m'd STEVENS, R. L//R.; d/o Elijah and Sarah (VanBuskirk) Whisler

WHISLER, William Van (1839-1922): m'd 1871 BRUSH, Elizabeth Ann; s/o Elijah and Sarah (VanBuskirk) Whisler

Dr. Thomas WHITE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WHITE, Alexander (1841- ):

WHITE, America Quarless (1850-1932): m'd 1873 ROSS, Joseph T.; d/o Peter and Virginia (Foster)White

WHITE, Ann Mary: d/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Caroline Matilda: d/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Cornelius G. (1826- ):

WHITE, Delilah (1829- ):

WHITE, Elizabeth J. (1844-1930): m'd GLEASON, Amos Smith; d/o Peter and Virginia (Foster)White; buried Hubbard Cemetery, Hubbard, Marion Co, OR

WHITE, Francis Asbury: s/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, George Fletcher: s/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Jason M. (c1823 - ):

WHITE, John Robert (1846-1920): m'd 03 Oct 1872 BIRTCHET, Mary Anne (surname also seen as Birechett and Burchett); s/o Peter and Virginia (Foster)White; parents of Lulu P. (H.L. Briggs), Marion P. (Hattie Taylor), Euphe M. (d. aged 20 yrs), George Gasner (Mary Pursifull), Virginia Elizabeth (R. Scheurer), America R., Volney J.R., Rosetta and Merton O.

WHITE, John W.: s/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Mahala (1814-1852): m'd 13 Dec 1832 FITZGERALD, James; d/o Sherrod and Susan (Kendrick) White; born 12 Jun 1814 and died 1852 on the trail of cholera; buried at Emigrant Camp between La Grande and Pendleton, out of Meacham; mother .of 9 children (Marcella, Ildretta Elizabeth, Jasper Newton, Minerva Penelope, Malinda Elizabeth, Sanford Carroll, Delilah, Lelitah, Zachariah Taylor, Susan, Nicholas and John Stone)

*2) *26) WHITE, Mahulda J.: m'd REAMES, Woodford

WHITE, Marion Jackson (1845-1919): s/o Peter and Virginia (Foster)White

WHITE, Milton: s/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Peter (1810-1852): m1. unknown; m2.1843 FOSTER, Virginia Q.; Peter White and his wife Virginia sold or left their farm in the area of Fulton, Callaway Co, Missouri in the spring of 1852.Peter White died traveling to Oregon on June 2, 1852 after the Wagon train stopped in Deer Creek Wyoming to make repairs to the wagons. Peter like some of the pioneers, died of Cholera. He was buried in that area.

WHITE, S.W.:

WHITE, Samuel: s/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Samuel F. (1835-1918):

WHITE, Sophia Susan: d/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITE, Thomas Dr. (1796-1859): m'd 1822 BOLUS, Susannah (Susan); settled in Marion Co near Butteville; was a doctor; buried in Butteville Cemetery

WHITE, Thomas Whitfield: s/o Thomas and Susannah (Bolus) White

WHITEAKER, Annie:

WHITEAKER, Benjamin

WHITEAKER, Estelle:

WHITEAKER, Francis ( -1852):

WHITEAKER, J.C. Dr. ( -1886):

WHITEAKER, James H.:

WHITEAKER, John (1820- ): m'd 1847 HARGRAVE, N.J.

WHITLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*16) WHITLEY, Abraham Hayes (1851-1932): s/o James and Mary (Adams) Whitley; died in 06 May 1932 Douglas Co, OR;  "At Roseburg May 6, Abraham Hayes Whitley, aged 80 years, 19 days.  A native of Iowa.  Father of Mrs. Jessie P. Carter of Moscow, Idaho, Mrs. Alta Axtell of Okanagan, Wash., Mrs. Vina Leland of Okanagan, Teresa I. Whitley of Moscow, Bertha of Peck, Idaho, William H. of Moscow, Francis of Okanagan; brother of Mrs. E.R. Macy of Salem, Mrs. Alice H. Nutthall of Copeville, Wash., Mrs. N.J. Smith of Springdale, Wash., William C. Whitley of Hamilton, Wash., Charles H. of Pateros, Wash.  Friends are invited to the funeral services Friday, May 13, at 2 p.m. from Terwilliger's Funeral home, 770 Chemeketa street.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery." [Oregon Statesman May 12, 1932]

*16) WHITLEY, Elizabeth R. (1849-1932): m'd MACY, Jesse; d/o James W. and Mary (Adams) Whitley; died 28 Dec 1932 Marion Co; OR; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; "At the residence, 193 East Miller street, December 28, Elizabeth R. Macy, aged 83 years.  Survived by children, Mrs. Ella M. Morris of Los Angeles, Edwin S. Macy of Portland, J. Frank Macy of Pendleton, Albert M. Macy of Salem, Bert W. Macy of Salem, Pearl Macy of Salem, Mrs. Ida M. May of Salem; five grandchildren; one great grandchild; brothers, William C. Whitley of Hamilton, Wash., Charles H. Whitley of Pateros, Wash.; sisters, Nancy J. Smith of Springdale, Wash., Mrs. Henrietta Nuttall of Couperville, Wash.  Funeral announcements will be made later by W.T. Rigdon and Son." OS Dec 29, 1932 5:2 d/o James W. & Mary Ann (Adams) Whitley per D/C #963

*16) WHITLEY, James Willis (1820-1905): m'd 01 Jun 1847 ADAMS, Mary Anne; died in 17 Jul 1905 Douglas Co, OR; father of John Willis (1848-1924); Elizabeth R. (1849-1932); Abraham Hayes (1851-1932); Mary Catherine (1853-1898); Nancy Jane (1855-1942); William Clarke (1857-1933): James Levi (1858-1863): Francis Marion (1860-1958); Chalres Henry (1862-1958); Sarah Justina (1865-1931); Alice Henrietta (1867- )

*16) WHITLEY, John Willis (1848-1924):s/o James and Mary (Adams) Whitley; died 03 May 1924 Marion Co, OR; "Auto Strikes, Kills Aged Man--While returning to the Flake Petland, where he worked about 10 o'clock Saturday evening, Willis Whitley, 75, was almost instantly killed when he was struck by an automobile driven by W.R. Powers of route nine, on the Pacific highway a short distance north of the Valley Packing plant.  Whitley was rushed to the Deaconess hospital but was found to be dead when he was received there.  His head, chest, hips and limbs were badly crushed. Mr. and Mrs. Powers, who live near Chemawa on the Pacific highway, were returning home after having brought Mrs. Charles McAllister, a sister of Mrs. Powers, to Salem from Champoeg, where all had attended the annual anniversary of the establishing of this state as a part of the United States.  Mr. Powers was driving about 20 miles an hour, according to his report to police, and had just turned on his bright lights after meeting an automobile when he struck Whitley." CJ May 5, 1924 5:2
  "Whitley--Near this city, May 3, suddenly, John Willis Whitley age 76 years; brother of Abraham H. Whitley, of Moscow, Idaho, Will Whitley of Wash., Chas. Whitley of Bremerton, Wash., Mrs. Elizabeth R. Macy of Salem, Mrs. Nancy J. Smith of Springdale, Wash., Mrs. Justina Carrillo of San Francisco and Mrs. Henrietta Nuttall of Coupeville, Wash.  Announcement of funeral later from the Rigdon mortuary." Capital Journal May 5, 1924 5:5]

WHITLEY, Mary Ellen (1788-1877): m'd GILMOUR, James George Dr.; buried in Sandridge Cemetery, Tangent, Linn Co, OR; there is a headstone for her husband beside her but he is actually buried in IL; Mary came to OR with daughter's family per Gilmour researcher Ron Stephens

WHITLOCK, John H. (1824-1891):

WHITLOCK, Oliver M. (c1816- ):

WHITMORE, Catharine: m'd 1834 MILLER, Jacob P.

WHITNEY, Sarah Ann (1845-1921): m'd MOORE, [   ]

WHITTEMORE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WHITTEMORE, Elizabeth Ann (1852- ): m'd 1872 SHULL, Andrew Price; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Bowman) Whittemore; born Aug 1852 near Green River on the plains of Wyoming

WHITTEMORE, James (1842-1903): s/o Thomas and Nancy (Bowman) Whittemore

WHITTEMORE, Nancy (1848 - ): d/o Thomas and Nancy (Bowman) Whittemore

WHITTEMORE, Philander (1840-1871): s/o Thomas and Nancy (Bowman) Whittemore

WHITTEMORE, Susan (1844-1909): m'd 1858 WELCH, Elijah; d/o Thomas and Nancy (Bowman) Whittemore

WHITTEMORE, Thomas McDonough (1816-1882): m'd BOWMAN, Nancy; settled in Lane Co; two daughters were born in OR, Adelaide (1860) and Lucretia (1854); settled in Willamette Valley where he was a blacksmith and gunsmith; Thomas died in Pendleton, OR; note: biography written by his daughter, Elizabeth, refers to her father as McDonald

WICKARD, Lavina: (1818-1859): m'd 1838 STEVENS, Hanson

*20) WICKS, Mr.:

WIESNER, James (1827- ):

WIGGINGTON, Iowa (1844- ): m'd TAYLOR, [ ]

WIGLE, A. J. ( - ):

WIGLE, Catherine (1832-1921): m'd 1849 BARNARD, Guilford

WIGLE, P. H. ( - ):

WILBUR, Sylvia (1798- ):

WILCOX, Thomas G. ( -1896):

WILCOX, Thomas I. (1815- ):

WILEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WILEY, Clarissa: s/o Elias and Catherine (Heeney) Wiley

WILEY, Edward: s/o Elias and Catherine (Heeney) Wiley

WILEY, Elias Keyes ( - 1852): m'd HEENEY, Catherine; emigrated with family from Mineral Point, WI; died June 10, 1852 about 20-25 miles east of Ft. Kearney; wife continued on to Oregon with their three children and settled in Yamhill Co until spring of 1853 when the family moved to Portland, Multnomah Co

WILEY, Joseph Royce: s/o Elias and Catherine (Heeney) Wiley

WILHOIT, John (1815- ):

WILKINSON, William (1818- ):

WILLIAMS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WILLIAMS, C. O. T.: m'd 1870 WARREN, Mary J.

WILLIAMS, I. L. Mrs:

WILLIAMS, Isaac:

WILLIAMS, Jason (1829- ):

WILLIAMS, John A. (1805- ):

WILLIAMS, Lavilla:

WILLIAMS, Martin (1824- ):

WILLIAMS, Miranda (1827- ):

WILLIAMS, Philotheta: m'd 1830 ELKINS, Luther

WILLIAMS, Rachel Ann: m'd 1852 GEARHART, John W.

WILLIAMS, Robert Evans ( -1852): m'd ROBERTS, Jane; died Sept 1852, buried Wells Springs Cemetery, Morrow County, OR.

WILLIAMS, Sarah Jane (1826-1913): m'd 1846 GRANT, Richard Jackson

WILLIAMS, Susannah ( - ): m'd c 1846, FOLLIS, Allen Henderson

WILLIAMS, Theodore Knipe (1822-1900): m1. 1856 VANTASSEL, Ann Eliza; m2. 1905  AUSTIN, Mrs. Amanda; s/o Theodore and Emily Williams; born 03 Aug 1832 NY and died 24 Sep 1900 Multnomah Co, OR; settled in Powell Valley, Multnomah Co, OR where he was postmaster for many years; father of 13 children (Emily, Richardson, Randolph, Theodore, George A., Frances Jane, William, Elizabeth, Elmer, Minnie Dedra, John Peter, Edward James and Albert Knipe)   

WILLIAMS, William H. ( -1896):

WILLIAMSON, Joseph (c1822-1870):

WILLIS, William A.: m'd 1845 GILMORE, Virginia Catherine

WILLOUGHBY, Elisha:

WILLOUGHBY, R. B.:

WILLS, James:

WILLS, Louisa Francis: m'd 1846 FOX, Ephraim

Daniel WILSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
Daniel Pegg Wilson website
WILSON, Albert:

WILSON, Alpheus Miller (1849- ): s/o George and Mary Ann (Moore) Wilson

WILSON, Ann Eliza (1849-1880): d/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, Daniel Fuller (1847-1881): s/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, Daniel Pegg (1804-1890): m'd 1827 MOUL, Rosanna Hough; s/o James and Mary (Emory) Wilson; wife died prior to emigration; Daniel and his children settled in what is now Washington state

WILSON, Edward W.:

WILSON, George Washington: m'd MOORE, Mary Ann

WILSON, George Washington Moul (1830-1911): m'd [ ], Ann Eliza; s/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, Gustaf:

WILSON, J. Q. (1828- ): m'd 1838 SMITH, Sarah A.

WILSON, James P. (1823- ):

WILSON, Jane:

WILSON, Joseph G. (1828-1873): m'd 1854 MILLER, Lizzie

WILSON, Lucinda (1811-c1875): m'd 10 Nov 1831 CLOVER, Paul; settled in Linn County near Harrisburg, mother of eight known children (William W., Lousana, James, Peter, Gefelia, Mary Jane, Isaac and Harriet)

WILSON, Martha Elizabeth (1839-1872): d/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, Mary Jane (1829-1884): d/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, Nancy Louiza (1844-1890): d/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, Orlando (c1851- ): s/o George and Ann Eliza Wilson

WILSON, Rebecca: m'd 1850 EDWARDS, Samuel

WILSON, Robert:

WILSON, Sarah Frances (1841-1913): d/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

WILSON, William Charles (1833-aft 1900): m'd RICHMOND, Lobia; s/o Daniel and Rosanna (Moul) Wilson

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

WILTON, Josuah E. (1822- ):

WINDLE, John (1822- ):

WING, Martin (1831-1914): m'd 12 Sep 1854 CLAGGETT, Margaret Ann; s/o Nathan and Myra (Morgan) Wing; father of 14 children (Charles William, Milton Irving, Leonidas Alonzo, Stephen, James Edward, Rose Ella, Emma Alice, Martha, Mary Elizabeth, Frank L., Harriet Ann, Dollie May, Samuel Patrick Henry and Joseph); settled Wasco County, Oregon

WINTERS, Hiram ( - ):

WINTERS, John (1830- )

WISEMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WISEMAN, Elizabeth: m'd 1847 PEARL, James A. Rev.; d/o James Wiseman

WISEMAN, James M. (1800-1882): died Whitman Co, WA; accompanied Pearl family

WISEMAN, John (1801- ):

WISEMAN, Sarah: m'd PEARL, Joseph; d/o James Wiseman

WITT, Margaret: m'd 1834 MILLER, Huling

WITTEN, Eliza A. (1847-1913): m'd 1872 LEE, Joseph Daniel; d/o Joshua and Nancy (Roork) Witten

WITTEN, Joshua Ewing (1822-1882): m'd 1846 ROORK, Nancy; blacksmith, active member of Mt. Tabor Methodist Church; settled near Mt. Tabor in Portland; buried in Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR

WOLF, Louisa M.: m'd 1848 KINZER, Louis Evermont; emigrated with husband; settled in Linn Co

WOLF, Sophia ( -1864): m'd 1849 DAVIS, Platt A. Dr.

WOLVERTON, Milton (1831- ):

WOMACK, Benjamin Franklin (1849- ):

WOMACK, Eliza (1806-1882): m'd c1828 KIBBEY, David; buried Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR; per Kibbey researcher Jon Ridgeway at JNCRIDGE@aol.com

WOMACK, Emma Evaline (1845- ):

WOOD, Amos Brittain (1850- ): s/o Hiram and Martha (Norris) Wood

WOOD, Abner ( - ):

WOOD, Amer:

WOOD, Britain (1822- ):

WOOD, Elizabeth (1803- ): m'd 1819 WOOD, James; maiden name unknown at this time

WOOD, Elizabeth Ann (1815-1873): m1. KOONTZ, John (1809-1850): m2. 11 Aug 1853 STINSON, James A.B.; born 04 Nov 1815 VA and died 28 Feb 1873 Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; buried IOOF Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR;  first husband died prior to emigration;  it appears she emigrated with other family members; Wagons From Wapello

WOOD, Hiram (1827- ): m'd 1849 NORRIS, Martha Ann; s/o James and Elizabeth Wood

WOOD, Hiram (c1842- ): s/o William and Rebecca Wood

WOOD, James (c1786-1874): m'd 1819 [ ], Elizabeth

WOOD, James (1813- ): Wagons From Wapello

WOOD, James W. (c1844- ): s/o William and Rebecca Wood

WOOD, Rebecca: m'd 1841 WOOD, William; maiden name unknown at this time

WOOD, Rhoda:

WOOD, William H. (c1845- ): s/o William and Rebecca Wood

WOOD, William (1819- ): m'd 1841 [ ], Rebecca; s/o James and Elizabeth Wood

WOODIN, Joseph A. (1828- ):

WOODLAND, Mary C. (1828-1862): m'd TIDD, Warwich Healy Tonkin; settled Yamhill Co; Woodland Letters [contributed by Molly McDade Hood who has the originals]

WOODLING, Sarah (1817- ):

*11) WOODRUFF, Samuel N.: appears he may have moved between companied; traveled with the Chapman train for a while; drove wagon for Clark Stillman when his son was too ill to drive; then joined several men who were on foot to finish the journey.  He suffered many hardships.  See his diary

WOODRUFF, Sarah Leonora:

WOODSON, Mary Margaret (1844-1921): m'd BECKLEY, Henry; d/o Jesse and Virlena (Lynn) Woodson; father died in 1846 and mother remarried Alfred T. Ambrose; Mary emigrated to Oregon with them in 1852; buried Elkton Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR; mother of  John William, James Henry, Susie K., Claud Ray and Orval S.

WOODY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*21) WOODY, Reuben Burrow (1828-1898): m1. 1854 HILL, Sidney Ann; m2. after May 1860 ELDER, Perilla Jane; settled for a time in Linn County; buried in Athena Cemetery, Umatilla Co, OR

WORTHINGTON, Mary Jane (1828-c1869): m'd 1846 STRADER, John; settled in Douglas Co

WORTMAN, Frank ( -1883):

WORTMAN, H.C.:

WORTMAN, Jacob (1826- ): m'd 1850 STUMBO, Eliza

WORTMAN, Jacob L.:

WORTMAN, John:

WORTHMAN, Mary Hannah (1818-1900):

WRIGHT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WRIGHT, Alford W. (1828- ):

WRIGHT, Elijah J. (1820- ): m1. 1854 BOYD, Mrs. Lodiska; m2. FERGUSON, Mrs. Ann M.

WRIGHT, Isaac Washington (1828-1899): m'd 1858 TUCKER, Rebecca Caroline; buried in Bethany Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

*25) WRIGHT, J.W.:

WRIGHT, W. T. (1845- ):

*5: WYLIE, Infant (1852-1852): born on trail, after death of mother an absence of milk caused the infant to die of starvation even though women in the train attempted to prepare substitues

*5: WYLIE, Mr. ( - ): m'd ,

*5: WYLIE, Mrs. ( -1852): m'd WYLIE, []; died of mountain fever in Blue Mountains

YANNKE, Frederick William (1826-1895):

YANTIS, Alexander Scott:

YANTIS, Ann:

YANTIS, James M.:

YANTIS, William W. (1851- ): m'd 1882 MCILBREE, Mollie

YATES, Joseph:

*21) YATES, William :

YEOMAN, Benjamin:

YEOMAN, Prentiss:

YEOMAN, Sarah

YEOMAN, Solomon:

*4) YEOMAN, Susan Pinney (1832-1928): m'd ANGELL, Thomas; buried Eight Mile Cemetery, Wasco Co, OR

YERGEN, Augustus (1831-1902):

YERGEN, Elizabeth (1833-1905):

YERGEN, William (1827- ):

YOCUM, Mary E. (1844-1925): m'd HALL, [   ]; Mary may actually be an emigrant of 1851

YOES, Mary Ann "Polly"(1830-1899);  m'd  1850 TIGARD, Wilson M. (1826-1882) 

YORK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
YORK, Emily ( -1915): m'd MOORE, [   ]

YORK, Esther: d/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YORK, Francis M.: s/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YORK, Henry M.: m'd 1862 SLAGLE, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YORK, Jeremiah: s/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YORK, John W. (1802- ):

YORK, Joseph Willis: s/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YORK, Sarah: d/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YORK, William: s/o Joseph and Rhoda (Morris) York

YOUNG, Andrew J. (1835- ):

YOUNG, Isaac (1807- ):

YOUNG, Joseph T. (1805- ):

YOUNG, L. W.:

YOUNG, S. E. (1838- ): m'd 1872 ALTHOUSE, Naomi

ZELL, Abraham (c1834- ): settled Linn Co

ZELL, John (c1832- ): settled Linn Co

*3) ZICKAFOOSE, Elizabeth Ann (1802-1866): m1.1819 METZKER, Henry (d.1835); m2. LARKIN, Horace Pendleton (d.1852); m3. 1853 MCCLURE, James; mother of Capt. John Metzker who led party to OR (photo is of  Elizabeth and James McClure)

*3) ZICKAFOOSE, Mary Catherine: m'd 1845 DUNBAR, George Washington

ZULLIFORDE, Emma:

ZULLIFORDE, William

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