Emigrants to Oregon in 1853
compiled by Stephenie Flora
copyright © 2004

 

The list of emigrants for 1853 is still incomplete.  If you have individuals you wish to add or if you have corrections to make please contact me at the email address at the bottom of the page.  All additions and corrections are welcome.  If you have a picture of your emigrant ancestor I would love to include it in the photo gallery.

1853 Oregon Trail Reading Recomendations

 

Captains of 1853

*1: Capt. Perman D. Henderson; led a 63 wagon caravan across the trail from Buchanan County, MO to Benton Co, OR.

*2: Capt. Applegate

*3: Capt. Jacob Henkle Sr.; led a party of 21 wagons to Benton Co, OR

*4: Capt. Nelson Davis

*5: Capt. Charles Albright; led party to CA

*6: Capt. William Baird; elected captain of section of train containing 36 wagons

*7: Capt Edward F. Beale--led party to CA

*8: Gustavus Hines led party

*9: Capt. Andrew Johnson Chapman; led a 50 wagon train from IL to Douglas Co, OR

*10: Capt. Count Leonetto Cipriani; led a party to CA with 11 wagons, 24 hired hands, 500 cattle, 600 oxen, 60 horses and 40 mules

*11: Capt. Ira Butler 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

*12: Capt. Robert George Cusick; led a party of 21 wagons and 80 people.  The story of the Cusick Train is contained in a short story entitled "Some Peaches and Two Little Girls".

*13: Capt. Isaac Evans: led party of 12 persons, 4 wagons and 25 handsome horses to CA; had made trips in 1849 and in 1851; left April 4, 1853 and arrived in Sacramento July 4, 1853

*14: Joseph Bogy, who had made the emigration before, led a party with Mr. Lagrave of 25 young drivers, 500 head of cattle and 4,000 sheep to CA

*15: Capt. Vincent Scott McClure of the "Lost Wagon Train of 1853"; Bylaws of the McClure Clan out of Oaktown Township, Knox Co, IN

*16: Capt. Asa McCully

*17 Shelton-Weddle train consisted of 60 wagons. They left St. Joseph, MO 04 May 1853 and arrived on 10 Sep 1853 at Fosters

*18: Longmire-Biles train split with some taking the traditional route down and the Columbia while about 36 wagons and 172 people chose to try a new untried Northern route over the Natchez Pass.  The train crossed the Naches River some 68 times before reaching the summit, only to discover there was no road at the top.  Oxen donated by Capt. James Biles were slain to make rawhide ropes to lower the wagons down to the Sound.

*19: The Preacher Train came to Oregon via the southern route and included the Burt, Stearns and Royale familys as well as others.  Research compiled by Bob Casebeer, concludes that the captain of this train was William Hurst Rockfellow.  According to Bob "Two of his brothers had previously settled near present day Talent and he joined them after crossing the plains.  The Preacher Train seems to have arrived in the Bear Creek valley at Fort Wagner on August 30 or 31, 1853.  The day of arrival is one or the other and uncertain, because individuals on the train left arrival data citing conflicting days.  My own great great grandfather Aaron Burt was on that train with his family (they settled in Douglas County), but several families pioneered settlement in the Upper Bear Creek valley near Talent:  John Beeson, William Royal  to name the most prominent individuals...as was Thomas Fletcher Royal, William Royals" son.  I have been trying to identify the folk who were on that train and so far have been able to clearly find 37 individuals...and there are seemingly a few more."  If you have information on individuals who may have been on this train please contact Bob Casebeer, President, Talent Historical Society talenthistory@gmail.com

*20: John Fothergill Diary--"With Man and Beast on the Oregon Trail", edited by Rex Morgan, The Runciman Press, Manly, Australia 1993; names mentioned in this diary.  Thanks go to Sharon Hobart for abstracting names.

Emigrants of 1853

**Note: all female members of the emigration will be listed by maiden name (if known) even if they are married at the time of emigration.

ABBOTT, Elizabeth Jane (1850-c1868): m'd 1865 PENDLETON, Michael; d/o Isaiah and Eliza Abbott

ABBOTT, Hanson (1848-1921): m'd 1876 HUMPHREY, Mary Elizabeth; buried Milwaukie Pioneer Cemetery, Clackamas Co, OR

ABBOTT, Isaiah (1814-1891): m'd 1830 MIDDLETON, Eliza Jane; born 07 Feb 1814 IN and died 21 May 1891 Canby, Clackamas Co, OR;  buried Baker Prairie Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; father of the following known children (Robert E., Mary Ann, Nancy Caroline, John R., Hanson, Elizabeth, Sarah P., William, Cynthia Ann, Eliza M. and Frederick) Isaiah Abbott family

ABBOTT, John R. (1845- ): s/o Isaiah and Eliza (Middleton)Abbott

ABBOTT, Mary Ann (1841-1916): d/o Isaiah and Eliza (Middleton)Abbott

ABBOTT, Nancy Caroline (1844-1875): m'd 1861 MAY, Lafayette; buried Baker Prairie Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; d/o Isaiah and Eliza (Middleton)Abbott

ABBOTT, Robert E. (1838-c1916): m'd c1869 REED, Lydia; s/o Isaiah and Eliza (Middleton)Abbott

ABBOTT, Sarah P. (1852-1926): m'd 1868 MACK, Frederick C.; d/o Isaiah and Eliza (Middleton)Abbott

*3) ABOGAST, Robert: hired hand on Henkle train; one list records him as Mike Abogast

ADAMS, Charles

ADAMS, John:

ADAMS, Nancy C.: m'd 1849 ADAMS, Stephen D.; maiden name unknown at this time

ADAMS, Riley (1825-1898): m'd 14 Apr 1852 BAKER, Melinda Eveline; born 10 Apr 1825 Pulaski Co, KY; settled in Clackamas county for a time and then moved to Columbia Co, OR where he remained until his death 21 Jan 1898 at Vernonia, Columbia Co, OR; father of eight known children (James M., Thomas, Mary, Henry, Moses Greene, Alice, Arlena A. and George)

ADAMSON, Esther Ann: m'd 1841 JOHNSON, James Harrison

ADKINS, Edward S. (1825- ): m'd 1848 BUSHNELL, Hellen A.

AGEE, Isaac: emigrant of 1852

AGER, Jerome B. (c1829- ):

ALBEE, Harriet ( -bef 1863): m'd 1838 ALBEE, Simeon; dec by 20 Nov 1862; maiden name unknown at this time

ALBEE, Simeon (1804- ): m'd 1838 [ ], Harriet

ALBRIGHT, Charles Capt.: led party to CA

ALBRIGHT, John (1795- ): m'd 1821 BAKER, Sarah; b. PA; took up DLC #5086 in Clackamas county, later settled in Marion county where he was a brickmaker

ALEXANDER, Elias J. (1831- ): m'd 1851 SMITH, Mary Ann

ALEXANDER, Elizabeth: m1. 1853 ALEXANDER, Joseph R.; m2. after first husband died in 1864; maiden name unknown at this time

ALEXANDER, Joseph R. (1823-1864): m'd 1853 [ ], Elizabeth; died at Horse Shoe Bend near Placerville, Idaho Terr in 1864

ALLEN, Elizabeth (1819-1890): m'd 1836 JONES, Silas Washington Robinson; d/o Thomas and Rachel (Hart) Allen

ALLEN, Miram (1844-1936): m'd 1864 ALLEN, John C.; maiden name unknown at this time

ALLEN, William Franklin (1834-1902): m'd 1856 LEWIS, Mary Catherine; born in Genesse Co, NY but raised in Painesville, OH he was orphaned at an early age and raised by an aunt and uncle.  He ran away and became a sailor for a time being.  In 1853 (according to his DLC) he emigrated to Oregon and drove cattle for one of the OH families.  He settled in Polk County, where he married on Jan 3, 1856 to Mary Catherine Lewis.  In the mid 1870s he moved to Benton County where he raised a large family.  He died there May 12, 1902.

ALLYN, Henry (1794- ): traveled in 3 wagons using Andrew Child's guidebook

AMMONS, Dee R.:

ANDERSON, Anna (1805-1865): m'd 1825 PORTER, Edward; settled Marion Co

ANDERSON, Elizabeth (1826-c1905): m'd 20 Aug 1843 HAPTONSTALL, Samuel; born Jan 1826 IN and died c1905; buried Halsey Cemetery, Halsey, Linn Co, OR; settled in Benton County, residing in Lane County in 1870 census and living with son in CA in 1900 census; mother of 8 children (Rachel Elizabeth, Mary Jane, Barbara Ellen, Henry, George W., Samuel W., Rosetta and Jacob Ulysses Grant Haptonstall)

ANDERSON, Laura Adelaide (1853- ): m1. 1873 TERHUNE, William Franklin (1849-1886); m2. 1887 ARCHIBALD, Joseph E.; d/o William and Laura (Land) Anderson; born on trail in what is now Utah; mother of 3 children by first marriage (William A., Lois M. and Lewis P.) and one son by second marriage (Everett E.)

ANDERSON, Mary Ellen (1848-1892): m'd 25 Oct 1866 PEEBLER, John Frederick; d/o William and Laura (Land) Anderson

ANDERSON, William Perrin (1823-1907): m'd 08 Jan 1846 LAND, Laura Jane; He moved with his parents to Des Moines County, Iowa, in the spring of 1837, and was married to Laura J. Land on January 8, 1846. He moved to Eddieville, Wappalo County, Iowa in 1848. He crossed the plains with an ox team to Oregon and settled on a donation claim 12 miles sounth of Albany.  William died at his home in Linn County 09 Jul 1907 at the age of 84 years, 4 mo. and 17 days. He was stricken with paralysis, remaining unconscious until his death.  William was the father of 8 children (Mary Ellen, Laura Adelaide, Louis, Richard B., Clarissa G., Anna M., William E. and one unknown)

ARCHIBALD, Stephen James (1831-1916 ): m'd 10 Apr 1853 SWANK, Elizabeth

ARNOLD, Joicy (1819-1870): m'd BROOKS, William W.; d/o Benjamin and Eunice Arnold

*3) ARNOLD, Peter: hired hand on Henkle train

ARNSPIGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ARNSPIGER, Alice (1851- ): d/o George and Martha (Bell) Arnspiger

ARNSPIGER, Ann (1851- ): d/o Simon and Rachel (Bell) Arnspiger

ARNSPIGER, Emily America (1848- ): d/o George and Martha (Bell) Arnspiger

ARNSPIGER, George (1817- ): m'd 1843 BELL, Martha Lorinda; buried at Riverside Cemetery, Portland, OR

ARNSPIGER, Henry (1853- ): s/o George and Martha (Bell) Arnspiger

ARNSPIGER, Sarah Frances (1850- ): d/o George and Martha (Bell) Arnspiger

ARNSPIGER, Simon Peter (1824- ): m'd 1849 BELL, Rachel; buried Alford Cemetery, Harrisburg; nephew of George Arnspiger

ARNSPIGER, William (1846- ): s/o George and Martha (Bell) Arnspiger

ASHBY, George B. (1826- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Martha Ann

*20: ASHMAN, Mr.:

ATHERTON, John B. (1800-1873);m'd 16 Jul 1829 HARRIS, Martha; born in Barren County, Kentucky in 1800 and lived in Falls Creek Township, Adams County, Illinois prior to emgration to OR.  He died 16 Novembe 1873 in Polk County, Oregon and is buried in Geroge Brown Cemetery which is near Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.; he and his wife did not have any children but did bring orphaned daughter of wife's brother to Oregon with them.

ATKESON, George L. (1809- ): m'd 1831 [ ], Amelia Melinda

ATKESON, Amelia Melinda: m'd 1831 ATKESON, George L.; maiden name unknown at this time

ATKINS, William (1822- ):

ATTERBURY  FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ATTERBURY, Mary Emmaline (1831-1896): m'd 1845 MULKEY, Solomon; bur Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, OR

ATWOOD, Aucelius F.:

ATWOOD, Aucelius Mrs:

ATWOOD, James P. (1846- ): s/o Aucelius Atwood

ATWOOD, Child2: d/o Aucelius Atwood

ATWOOD, Child3: d/o Aucelius Atwood

AUSTEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
AUSTEN, Susanna: m'd 1832 GRUBBS, John

AXTELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:   photos of  Grand Mound 1853 and Josephus Axtell house
 
AXTELL, Daniel Robb (1845- ): born 01 Apr 1845 in Morris Township, married Dorae Buck about 1870;s/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell

AXTELL, Edward Columbus (1840-1910): born 31 Oct 1840 in Morris Township, died 10 Nov 1910. He married Rachel J. Mills in 1869; s/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell 

AXTELL, Harriet Elizabeth (1852- ): born 14 Apr 1852 in Mahaska County, Iowa. She married John F. Brewer on 26 Apr 1865; d/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell 

AXTELL, Elvira Anne (1847- ): born 28 Sep 1847 in Morris Township, She married John F. Brewer on 26 Apr 1865; d/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell

AXTELL, Flavius Josephus (1814- ) m'd 1835 ROBB, Anna Pollock; s/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Clutter) Axtell; Flavius Josephus Axtell, born 19 Jun 1814 in Morris Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania m'd Anna Pollock Robb Axtell, she died 10 Dec 1887 in Grand Mound, Washington. They had eight children born before the trip, including Josephus Hale Axtell, he was just three years old at the time of the trip. They had two more children in Grand Mound ( Sarah Ellen Axtell born 14 Apr 1857 in Grand Mound, WA, and died 29 Dec 1913 and Elisha Kane Axtell born 14 Apr 1857 in Grand Mound, WA. She married William Chandler Brown on 14 Nov. 1875.)    Grand Mound is close to Centralia, Washington. They arrived in the Grand Mound area only to find out that Indian troubles were brewing. The Yakima Indians had came through the Naches Pass and joined with the White River Indians. They planned to attack from the east, the Puget Sound Indians from the north, and the Chehalis Tribe from the south. What the pioneers didn't know at the time was that the Chehalis Tribe either had never planned to attack the white settlers or had, for some reason, changed their minds. The Indian attack never did happen. But, meanwhile, the settlers, 30 families (224 people) that had endured the hard trek west, now found out that they had to hurry and finish the partly-completed fortress (Fort Henness) where they were to live for 16 months during the Indian Wars of 1855-56.  The Fort was located on Mound Prairie. (information from: Centralia - The First Fifty Years 1845-1900, compiled by Herndon Smith, 1942) 

Axtell, John Chalmers (1836-1910): born 14 Mar 1836 in Morris Township., died 29 May 1910 Grand Mound, WA; s/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell

AXTELL, Josephus Hale (1850-1932): s/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell;  born 18 Apr 1850 in Mahaska County, Iowa, and died 1932 in Grand Mound, Washington.  Josephus married Elizabeth Thompson in 1878 in Olympia, Washington. Elizabeth along with her older brother as escort, had come from Birmingham, England. She was born 20 Jul 1861 in Birmingham, England. Her parents were: Thomas Thompson and Sarah Dobbs. Her older brother was Thomas Thompson, he also stayed in the Grand Mound area.

AXTELL, Thomas Jefferson (1838-1877): born 14 Feb 1838 in Morris Township, died 01 Feb 1877 in Grand Mound, WA. Married Eliza M. Brown; s/o Flavious and Anna (Robb) Axtell

AYERS, Prudence (1800- ): m'd 1839 BASEY, Joseph J.

BABCOCK, Mortimer O. (1818- ): m'd 1845 BRODY, Eleanor

BACKENSTOCK, John F.:

BAGLEY, Joseph: m'd 1859 GORDON, Martha Adeline; appears to have been emigrant of 1849

BAGLEY, Samuel: m'd 1859 GORDON, Elizabeth Ann; appears to have been emigrant of 1849

BAIRD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*6) BAIRD, Elizabeth (c1852- ): d/o William and Margaret (McBride) Baird

*6) BAIRD, Harriet (c1846- ): d/o William and Margaret (McBride) Baird

*6) BAIRD, Julia A. (c1841- ): d/o William and Margaret (McBride) Baird

*6) BAIRD, Margaret (1849- ): m'd BLAKELEY, [ ], d/o William and Margaret (McBride) Baird

*6) BAIRD, Nathan (c1844 ): s/o William and Margaret (McBride) Baird

*6) BAIRD, William C. (1815-c1880): m'd 1837 MCBRIDE, Margaret Ann; settled about 15 miles south of Eugene; father of 9 children

BAILEY, Joseph:

BAILEY, Martin:

BAILEY, William:

BAKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BAKER, Child1: s/o John Baker

BAKER, Child2: s/o John Baker

BAKER, Eliza (1850- ): d/o Endemian and Sarah Baker

BAKER, Endemian (1811- ): m'd [ ], Sarah Jane

BAKER, Henry:

BAKER, John: W. (1847-1929): m'd 1868 MARTIN, Lucretia

BAKER, John Mrs.:

BAKER, Melinda Eveline (1831-1913): m'd 14 Apr 1852 ADAMS, Riley; d/o Johannes and Elizabeth (Derryberry) Baker; born 14 Mar 1831 Maury Co, TN; settled in Clackamas county for a time and then moved to Columbia Co, OR where she remained until her death 27 Feb 1913 Vernonia, Columbia Co, OR; mother of eight known children (James M., Thomas, Mary, Henry, Moses Greene, Alice, Arlena A and George)

BAKER, Moses Madison:

BAKER, Parmelia: m'd TUCKNESS, William James

BAKER, Sarah Jane (1821- ): m'd BAKER, Endemian; maiden name unknown at this time

BAKER, Sorenza (1836- ): d/o Endemian and Sarah Baker

BAKER, William A.:

BAKER, Williamson P.:

BALL, Jesse B: went to California where he engaged in mining; moved to Puget Sound, Washington in 1867; started the town of Sterling in Whatcom County, Washington

*3) BALL, John: hired help on Henkle train

BALLARD, Levi W. (1815- ): went to California in 1852 after death of his wife, returned east via the Isthmus of Panama and returned west again in 1853 (probably via ship); returned to Ohio in 1857 where he married a second time and then returned west and settled in Washington where he remained until his death

BALTIMORE, John: s/o [] and Exeline (Cason) Baltimore; came with mother and step-father, Jesse Ward

BALTIMORE, Philip: s/o [] and Exeline (Cason) Baltimore; came with mother and step-father, Jesse Ward

BALTIMORE, W.V.: s/o [] and Exeline (Cason) Baltimore; came with mother and step-father, Jesse Ward

BANGASSER, Barbara ( -1863): m'd 1845 BANGASSER, George Sr.; maiden name not known at this time

BANGASSER, George Sr. (1820-1886): m'd 1845 [ ], Barbara


BARBEE, Mary Ann (1810 - 1888) - m'd 1830 MOUNTS, Thomas Jefferson. 

 

BARGER, Samuel P.:

BARGER, William D. (1823- ): m'd 1851 MULKEY, Elizabeth

*3: BARKER, Caroline: m'd WOOD, Joseph

*3: BARKER, Clement: m'd HENKLE, Christina

*3: BARKER, Elizabeth: d/o Clement and Christina (Henkle) Barker

*3: BARKER, Ellen: d/o Clement and Christina (Henkle) Barker

*3: BARKER, Jacob: m'd MONTGOMERY, Rebecca; s/o Clement and Christina (Henkle) Barker

*3: BARKER, Sarah: d/o Clement and Christina (Henkle) Barker

*3: BARKER, William: s/o Clement and Christina (Henkle) Barker

*3: BARNARD, Mr.: m'd KING, Anna

BARNES, John C.:

BARNET/BARNETT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BARNETT, Elijah M.:

BARNETT, Ephraim (1797-1876):   m'd 1821 MCCLENAHAN, Jane; Ephraim Alin Barnet. He was born on 20 February 1797 in Pennsylvania. He was the son of Paul and Margaret Barnet.  Ephraim married Jane McClenahan. They were married on 30 December 1821 in Pendleton, KY. Census 1830 in OH, Shelby County, Grayson Twp. He died 6 April 1876 in Linn County, Oregon. Burial in Sandridge Cemetary, Linn County, Oregon.  Additional information on the family provided by Barnett descendant Clarence Barnett includes the following: Paul Barnet, the father,  was born between 1761-1770. His residence in 1787 was Washington County, PA. The 1820 census he was in KY, Pendelton County, Falmouth Twp. He died before 1840 in Kentucky. The Paul Barnet Bible shows Barnet spelled with one T. Paul Barnet listed the names and birthdates of his children in the Bible and consistently spelled Barnet with one T. It is noted that most of the children later added two T's to the spelling of their surnames. The James Harvey Barnet [one T] Notebook refers to Paul Barnet and Margaret Barnet. The Notebook has on its cover: "March the 15:1787, Washington C. Pa."  According to the Paul Barnet Bible, they had 6 children. 1. James C. Barnet. He was born on 18 March 1787 in Washington County, PA. He married Rebecca Jackson. They were married 5 August 1808 in Fleming County, Kentucky. Census 1820 in OH, Miami County, Spring Creek Twp. Buried 1851 in Barnett Cemetary, Howard County, IN. He died on 18 October 1851 in Indiana; 2. Elizabeth Tate Barnet. She was born on 8 December 1793; 3. John Tate Barnet. He was born on 14 January 1795; 4. Ephraim Alin Barnet. He was born on 20 February 1797 in Pennsylvania. He married Jane McClenahan. They were married on 30 December 1821 in Pendleton, KY. Census 1830 in OH, Shelby County, Grayson Twp. He died 6 April 1876 in Linn County, Oregon. Burial in Sandridge Cemetary, Linn County, Oregon; 5. George Hays Barnet. He was born on 12 February 1799 in Pennsylvania. Census 1840 in IL, Stark County. He died on 30 April 1878 in Linn County, Oregon. Burial in Sanridge Cementary, Linn County, Oregon; 6. Jesse Caskey Barnet. He was born on 9 March 1802 in Kentucky. Census 1850 he was in IN, Howard County, Ervin Twp., Age 49, born in KY. He married Elizabeth Fobes. They were married on 27 March 1866 in Howard County, IN. He died on 10 December 1882. The Kokomo Library show s death on December 9, 1882. Burial in Barnett Cemetary, Howard County, IN.  Paul Barnet's wife, Margaret Tate? was born between 1771-1774. Census 1820 she was in KY, Pendelton Co., Falmouth Twp.

BARNETT, George H. Jr.:

BARNETT, George H. Sr. (1799-1878) : George Hays Barnet. He was born on 12 February 1799 in Pennsylvania. Census 1840 in IL, Stark County. He died on 30 April 1878 in Linn County, Oregon. Burial in Sanridge Cementary, Linn County, Oregon. ] Note: His brother Ephram Alin Barnet named one of his children George Hays Barnett.]

BARNETT, John P.:

BARNETT, Robert:

BARNEY, Emaliza ( -1853): d/o John and Elizabeth Barney; died on trail

BARNEY, Esther: d/o Harlow and Mary (Brooks) Barney

BARNEY, Harlow (1823-1904): m'd BROOKS, Mary

BARNEY, John Cary (1801-1872): m'd [  ], Elizabeth; s/o Nathan and Hannah (Cary) Barney; went west in 1849, returned east and brought family west in 1853; settled in Sutter Co, CA; died 08 Jun 1872 Sutter Co, CA

BARNEY, Susan Ann: m'd CONLEE, James Reuben

BARNEY, William ( -1853): s/o Harlow and Mary (Brooks) Barney; born on trail in NE

BARR, Eliza (1847- ): d/o Jesse and Anna (Kirk) Barr

BARR, Emeline (1846- ): d/o Jesse and Anna (Kirk) Barr

BARR, James M. (1843- ): s/o Jesse and Anna (Kirk) Barr

BARR, Jesse (1818- ): m'd 1842 KIRK, Anna

BARR, Lucretia:

BARR, Nancy (1852- ): d/o Jesse and Anna (Kirk) Barr

BARR, Rebecca (1849- ): d/o Jesse and Anna (Kirk) Barr

BARROWS, William F.:

BARTON, John:

BASEY, Joseph J. (1817-1894): m'd 1839 AYERS, Prudence

BASKETT, Richard Dudley:(1819-1901): born 08 Jul 1819 Shelby Co, KY and died 17 Jun 1901; s/o Willam and Susan (Phillips) Baskett

BASKETT, George: emigrant of 1848 that returned east of purchase horses and was returning to Oregon in 1853; see 1848 for additional information

BASKETT, William Legrand:(1830-1918): born 1830 MO and died 01 Apr 1918 Washita Co, OK

BATCHELLOR FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BATCHELLOR, David (1807-1879): m'd HALL, Amy; s/o Nehemiah and Rachel Batchellor;
Batchellor Poem

BATCHELLOR, Herman V. (1834-1913): s/o David and Amy (Hall) Batchellor

BATCHELLOR, John W. (1830-1919): s/o David and Amy (Hall) Batchellor

BATCHELLOR, Mary (1843-1855): d/o David and Amy (Hall) Batchellor

BATCHELLOR, Phebe (1838-1858): d/o David and Amy (Hall) Batchellor

BATES, Ann: m'd SMITH, James Henry; James Henry Smith and Ann (Bates) Smith – arrived 7 Nov 1853 via the Free Emigrant Road (Elliott Cutoff). The located on a donation land claim near Oakland, Oregon in 1854. [Wendy Millard]

BATES, Phineas A. (1832- ):

BEALE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*15: BEALE, Charles William (1842-1924): m1. 1881 BROWN, Sarah Jane; m2. MALONE, Genevieve; m3. 1881 BROWN, Sarah Jane; s/o Tavenor and Ann E. (Hutchings) Beale

*15: BEALE, Edward F.: led party to CA; Superintendant of CA Indian Affairs

*15: BEALE, Tavenor: m1. HUTCHINGS, Ann Elizabeth; m2. HUTCHINGS, Judith Mariah; s/o Charles and Anna (Kyle) Beale; brother of 1843 pioneer’s George Polk Beale and William Kyle Beale; settled on Wild Horse and engaged in dairying

BEAMER, Henry:

BEAN, Napoleon R.:

BEAVERT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BEAVERT, John (1804-1890):  born in SC; migrated to TN, Ark and then to OR; moved to Arkansas in 1890 where he died and is buried

BEELER, John:

BEESON, John: m'd WELBORN, Ann; John and Ann Beeson came to America in 1828. They became citizens in  1832. Their only child Welborn Beeson was born July 22, 1836 in  Indiana. According to diary entries the family was involved in the Undergound Railway and particated as a safe house for runaway slaves.  After his arrival in the Oregon Country his focus was the plight of the Indians.  In 1856 John Beeson was attacked by his neighbors for defending the  indians. John felt that they were being horribly mistreated, and spoke  out forcefully and often. The result was that a mob came to his house  to lynch him. The mob ransacked the house and barn looking for him.  But John Beeson had been warned by a friend, and had fled to the other  end of the valley where he sheltered with a troop of United States  Army heavy dragoons. John took ship around the tip of South America. He spent the next  decade traveling the lecture circuit in the eastern United States  speaking in favor of indian rights. During this time he wrote a book,  "A Plea for the Indians" which is still in print. Talent Historical Society

BEESON, Welborn (1836-1892): m'd BROPHY, Mary Catherine; on his sixteenth birthday Welborn Beeson decided to keep a  diary, which he did. He wrote in it every day until the day he died  forty years later. Starting in the fall of 1852 the diary chronicles the preparations for  an overland journey to Oregon-detailing such items as the sale of the  farm, the purchase of the wagon, etc. On the early part of the  journey, before they reached the Mississippi river, they bought four  oxen trying to find a pair that was matched and would work together on  the long haul to Oregon. Welborn Beeson served in the U.S. Army during the Civil War. His unit  was not called to duty in the east. He spent his life in southern  Oregon, being several times arrested for his work helping the indians, giving them food and shelter when they were in need.

BELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BELL, Martha Lorinda: m'd 1843 ARNSPIGER, George; oldest d/o Nathaniel and Mary (Thompkins) Bell

BELL, Nathaniel: m'd THOMPKINS, Mary; m2. 1859 FARLEY, Priscilla

BELL, Rachel (1829- ): m'd 1849 ARNSPIGER, Simon; d/o Nathaniel and Mary (Thompkins) Bell; buried at Alford Cemetery, Harrisburg, OR

BELSHAW RESEARCHER:
BELSHAW, Candace:

BELSHAW, George Jr.: traveled in 3 wagons using Andrew Child's guidebook; recorded daily events in journal (MSS #1508); departed Fulton Co, IL 27 Mar 1853 and arrived 06 Sep 1853

BELSHAW, George Sr.:

BENNETT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BENNETT, Alexander: m'd [ ], Sarah Catherine

BENNETT, Charles Henry (1818- ): m'd 1840 [ ], Mary

BENNETT, Cyrus (1852- ): m'd 1876 DEARDORF, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Charles and Mary Bennett

BENNETT, Eliza Jane (c1848- ): m'd MATLOCK, Edward;  d/o Charles and Mary Bennett

BENNETT, James R. (1851- ): m'd 1873 BROWN, Ellen; s/o Charles and Mary Bennett

BENNETT, John (c1842- ): s/o Charles and Mary Bennett

BENNETT, Mary A. (c1845- ): m'd MATLOCK, Cass; d/o Charles and Mary Bennett

BENTLEY, Joseph E.

*3: BERNARD, Sidney: hired hand on Henkle train

BERRY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BERRY, Joseph F. (1819- ): m'd 1849 [ ], Lucinda


BERRY, Harriet Scott (1827-1916): m'd HODGES, Charles; accompanied by her husband and children to OR and in 1858 to CA [photo contributed by George Cassady]

BERRY, Lucinda: m'd 1849 BERRY, Joseph F.; maiden name unknown at this time

BERRY, Thomas F.: m'd TIMBERLAKE, Martha Jane; left Shelbyville, IN Apr 1853; reached Tumwater on Puget Sound 20 Sep 1853

BETTS, George Washington: see 1849

*20: BEVAN, Lewis Mr. and Mrs.: bound for CA

BEWLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BEWLEY, Sarah Elizabeth (1810-1891): m'd 1829 LADY, William Gifford; d/o John G. and Catherine (Hunter) Bewley

BLACK, Elizabeth Amanda (1814- ): m'd 1832 CAMPBELL, James Givens; settled in Polk Co; buried Salt Creek Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

BETTS, George W.:

BIDWELL, Orlando:

BIGELOW, Abigail: m'd 1833 BYRD, John

BIGGERS, Creed T.: m'd 1840 [ ], Nancy; maiden name unknown at this time

BIGGERS, Nancy (1818-1894): m'd 1840 BIGGERS, Creed T.

BIGHAM, Harriet Jane (1822-1898): m'd 25 Aug 1841 WEAVER, Hans; d/o James and  Elizabeth (McCreary) Bigham; born 02 Dec 1822 Guernsey Co, OR and died 24 Jan 1898 Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; mother of 12 known children (Susanna, James William, Edwin, Hans, Robert, Elizabeth, John, Isaac Salsman, John Remick, George McClelland, Henry W. and Clelland)

BIGHAM, Solomon (1833-1875): m'd c1868 WRIGHT, Josephine; s/o James and  Elizabeth (McCreary) Bigham; born 12 Jan 1833 Wills Twp, Guernsey Co, OH; died 17 Feb 1875 Myrtle Creek, OR; buried in Adams Cemetery, Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co, OR; father of five children  (Solomon, Charles, Henry, Ella and Eva); note: some records show that Solomon was married first to Martha Carson but this is an error.  It was actually his nephew that married Martha Carson.

BILES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*18):  BILES, James: settled in Washington; killed several of his poorest steers to make a rope to descend a precipice; was reportedly a co-captain on the first wagon train on the Natchez Pass

*18): BILES, Rebecca:

*18): BILES, Susan Isabel (c1846- ): m'd DREW, [ ]; wrote 9 page reminiscence (MSS #1508)

BILYEU, David Porter (1849-1906): m'd 1872 CRABTREE, Malinda F.; s/o John and Nancy (Workman) Bilyeu

BILYEU, George (1826-1901): Never Married; s/o Peter and Jane (Coker) Bilyeu; lived with brother, John

BILYEU, John Long (1824-1892): m'd 1848 WORKMAN, Nancy Frances; s/o Peter and Jane (Coker) Bilyeu

BILYEU, Peter R. (1850-1927): m'd 1876 REILEY, Malinda Catherine; s/o John and Nancy (Workman) Bilyeu

BISHOP, Hiram S.:

BLACK, Elizabeth Amanda (1814- ): m'd 1832 CAMPBELL, James Givens; buried at Salt Creek Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

BLACKBURN, Henry:

BLAIR, Child1: s/o Colbert P. Blair

BLAIR, Child2: s/o Colbert P. Blair

BLAIR, Child3: s/o Colbert P. Blair

BLAIR, Child4: s/o Colbert P. Blair

BLAIR, Child5: d/o Colbert P. Blair

BLAIR, Child6: d/o Colbert P. Blair

BLAIR, Child1: s/o Thomas J. Blair

BLAIR, Colbert P.:

BLAIR, Colbert P. Mrs:

BLAIR, Thomas J.:

BLAIR, Thomas J. Mrs.:

BLANDING, Martin:

BLISH, Henrietta:

BLISH, Mr.:

BOGGS, James (1808- ): m'd 1842 [ ], Almeda

*14: BOGY, Joseph: had made the trip before; set out with Mr. Lagrave with some 25 young drivers, about 500 cattle and around 4,000 sheep

BOLEJACK, Abraham (1803- ): m'd 1825 [ ], Mary

BOLEJACK, Mary: m'd 1825 BOLEJACK, Abraham; maiden name unknown at this time

BOLTON, Daniel:

BOND FAMILY RESEARCHER:

BOND, Albert Benton (1850-1923): m'd 1873 BEELER, Cornelia J.; s/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Trailer) Bond; born in IA just prior to emigration

*15: BOND, Allen (1833-1902): m'd ROBINSON, Rachel

*4: BOND, Ann: m'd TONG, James; d/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond

BOND, Anna (1842-1936): m'd 1859 REED, John; d/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Trailer) Bond

BOND, Benjamin F. (1844 -1871): Never Married; s/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Trailer) Bond

BOND, Caroline (1840-1912): m'd 1858 COX, Lewis; d/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Trailer) Bond

*4: BOND, Ebenezer: s/o William Bond; mother died on trail, stayed with Solomon Bond family until his father remarried; moved to CA as a young man

*4: BOND, Elizabeth: m1. DAVIS, Nelson; m2. FERRELL, Ferdinand; d/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond

*4: BOND, Emma (1853-1862): d/o William Bond; born on trail

*4: BOND, George W. Rev. (1818-c1879): m'd 1838 STILWELL, Elizabeth s/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond; kept journal of his experiences on the trail in 1853

*15: BOND, Isaac William: m'd MCCLURE, Hetty

*4: BOND, James: s/o William Bond; mother died on trail, stayed with Solomon Bond family until his father remarried; moved to CA as a young man

*4: BOND, John Rev. (1797-1864): m'd CHASTAIN, Sarah

*4: BOND, Lydia Ann (1843-1910): m'd 1861 CLARK, Owen D.; d/o Solomon and Huldah (Hayes) Bond

*4: BOND, Mary Louisa (1849-1876): m'd 1866 CUMMINGS, Henry; d/o Solomon and Huldah (Hayes) Bond; bur Pine Grove Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

BOND, Nathan Walker (1816-1889): m'd 1840 TRAILER, Elizabeth Jane; s/o Jesse and Susannah (Crain) Bond

*4: BOND, Rebecca: m'd DAVIS, Isaac; d/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond

*4: BOND, Rebecca Hannah (1846-1846): died prior to emigration d/o Solomon and Huldah (Hayes) Bond

*4: BOND, Seth: s/o William Bond; mother died on trail, stayed with Solomon Bond family until his father remarried; moved to CA as a young man

*4: BOND, Solomon (1819-1900): m'd 1842 HAYES, Huldah; s/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond; settled Linn Co; bur Smith Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

*4: BOND, Susan: m'd DAVIS, Harmon; d/o John and Sarah (Chastain) Bond

*4: BOND, Susan Augusta (1852-1886): m'd 1872 BRIDGEFARMER, Alanson; d/o Solomon and Huldah (Hayes) Bond; bur Smith Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

BOND, Susannah (1846-1853): d/o Nathan and Elizabeth (Trailer) Bond; died prior to emigration

*4: BOND, William: baby born 24 Aug 1853, wife died 15 Sep 1853 on eastern slope of Mt. Hood

*4: BOND, William Henry (1847-1913): m'd 1867 KIRK, Sarah; s/o Solomon and Huldah (Hayes) Bond

BONHAM, Benjamin Franklin (1828-1906): m'd 1858 BAKER, Mildred A.

BORDEN, Phebe Hannah (1817-1873): m'd 1838 CONNOR, Thomas Jefferson Rev.; buried in Mount Union Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

BOWEN, Sarah: m1. SMITH, []; m2. BLUE, Amos

BOWERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BOWERS, John (1820-1897): m'd FARNER, Maria; settled in Benton Co; 1860 living in Coast Fork, Lane Co, OR; buried in Luper Cemetery, Cottage Grove, OR

BOWERS, Solomon (1841-1929): s/o John and Maria (Farner) Bowers; died in Philomath, OR and is buried in Junction City IOOF Cemetery

BOWMAN, J. Soule': led party of about 12 to CA

BOYCE, Davis:

BREWER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BREWER, David (1810- ): m'd 1834 SMALL, Susan; settled in Marion Co

BREWER, David W. (1847- ): s/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BREWER, George (1837- ): s/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BREWER, James (1836- ): s/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BREWER, John Franklin (1842-1905): m'd 1872 STANTON, Adora Belle; s/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer; settled in Marion Co; went to Sublimity College; taught school; moved to Umatilla Co 1870; 1871 to Walla Walla, WA; spent the remainder of his life farming in the Walla Walla, WA area

BREWER, Mary A. (1845- ): d/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BREWER, Nancy Jane (1840- ): d/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BREWER, Sarah E. (1848- ): d/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BREWER, William R. (1839- ): s/o David and Susan (Small) Brewer

BRIGMAN, Isaac:

BRINGAR, Mary Ann: m'd FLOURNOY, Hoy Bernard

BRINGLE, Daniel:

BRIODY, Barney:

BROOKS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BROOKS, Dorothy Frances (1847-1864): Never married; d/o William and Joicy (Arnold) Brooks 

BROOKS, Elizabeth Ann (1836- ): m1. 1854 FARRIER, William; m2. STARR, (Unknown); d/o William and Ann (Killpatrick) Brooks; mother of four children (Francis Marion, Clara Belle, Susan, Fred)

BROOKS, Eunice Isabella (1843-1864): m'd 1862 RAYMOND, Samuel; d/o William and Joicy (Arnold) Brooks

BROOKS, John Bastion (1850-1864): Never married; s/o William and Joicy (Arnold) Brooks

BROOKS, Mary (1853-1871): Never married; d/o William and Joicy (Arnold) Brooks

BROOKS, Mary: m'd BARNEY, Harlow

BROOKS, William Henry (1841-1871): Never Married; s/o William and Joicy (Arnold) Brooks

BROOKS, William Woiland (1816 -1895): m1. 1833 KILLPATRICK, Ann (d.1836); m2. ARNOLD, Joicy; m2. BRANDENBURGE, L. J. Sisney

BROWN, Henry R. (1829- ): m'd BEAMSLEY, Martha M.; may be emigrant of 1852; emigrated to Jacksonville where he resided on the Little Butte; returned to WI in 1860 and brought back large number of fine horses which he raised for the stage lines; died at Brownsville, Linn Co, OR

BROWN, Horace (1821- ):

*2: BROWN, Isham ( -1838):  died in Arrow Rock Township, Saline Co, MO in 1838 and was buried on the farm there; it was originally thought he had made the emigration to Oregon with his daughter's family

*2: BROWN, Martha "Patsy" (1794-1874): m'd 1813 CREECY, Bennett; d/o Isham Brown

*7: BROWN, Richard; employee in Edward F. Beale party to CA

BROWN, Samuel:

BROWNSON, Julius:

*15: BRUCE, David C.:

*15: BRUCE, Sarah (1837-1858): m'd 1834 MCCLURE, Vincent Scott; d/o Major William and Sally (Polk) Bruce

BRUGGER, Jacob:

BRUGGER, John J.:

BRUGGER, Peter:

BRUMFIELD, Child: d/o James Brumfield

BRUMFIELD, James B.:

BRUMFIELD, James B. Mrs.:

BRYANT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*8: BRYANT, Charles W. (1827- ): m'd c1847 [ ], Mary

*8: BRYANT, Henry Clay (c1850- ): s/o Thomas and Sarah (Partan) Bryant

*8: BRYANT, Mary: m'd c1847 BRYANT, Charles W.; maiden name unknown at this time

*8: BRYANT, Thomas Perrin (1824-1895): m'd 1849 PARTAN, Sarah Ann; settled in Lane Co until 1861 when his home was destroyed by floods; moved to Benton Co; buried in Kings Valley Cemetery

BUCHANON, Elizabeth (1815-1898): m'd 1836 HUBBARD, Eli; was third wife of Eli Hubbard; emigrated with 6 small children ranging in age from 4-12

BUCKINGHAM, Elizabeth:

BULLOCK, Charles J.: m'd LEMONS, Nancy Ellen

BURGIN, Thomas:

BURNETT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BURNETT, John Sims:

BURNETT, Josiah A. ( -1876): m'd 1857 FOSTER, Lucy A.

BURNETT, Lucy:

BURNETT, Lydia:

BURNETT, Peter:

*19: BURT, Amaratha: m'd NYE, Chauncy; moved to Jackson County to teach.

*19: BURT, Martin: emigrated with family members; settled east of Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR

BUSHNELL, Hellen A.: m'd 1848 ADKINS, Edward S.

BUSHNELL, Jason A.:

BUSHNELL, John Corydon (1833-1903): m'd 25 Jan 1857 TANDY, Jemima Melvina; John was born 20 Nov 1833 Ashtabula, OH and died 18 Dec 1903 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; buried Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR

BUSHNELL, Ursula:

BUSTER, Samuel Clinton (1833-1914): m'd 1855 OLINGER, Nancy Jane

BUTCHER, James:

*11: BUTLER, Asa Douglas (1843-1943): s/o Ira and Mary (Davidson) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Augustus Peter (1846-1887): s/o Ira and Mary (Davidson) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Eliza (1816-1864): m'd GROUND, Edward; d/o Peter and Rachel (Murphy) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Elizabeth Hannah (1829-1866): m'd HUTCHINSON, Thomas Hanna; d/o Peter and Rachel (Murphy) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Ira F.M. (1812- ): m'd 1835 DAVIDSON, Mary Ann

*11: BUTLER, Margaret (1822-1871): m'd SMITH, Isaac

*11: BUTLER, Margaret (1852- ): d/o Ira and Mary (Davidson) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Newton (1837-1889): s/o Ira and Mary (Davidson) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Paradine (1839-1859): m'd REYNOLDS, William F.; d/o Ira and Mary (Davidson) Butler

*11: BUTLER, Peter (1789-1856): m'd MURPHY, Rachel Cook   Butler Family Letters

*11: BUTLER, Sanford:

*11: BUTLER, Thomas (1812- ): m'd 1835 [ ], Minerva

BUTTON, Cynthia (1804- ): m'd 1825 FISK, William Avery; d/o Rufus and Phoebe (Page) Button; settled in Lane Co

BUTTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BUTTS, Elizabeth Jane (1825- ): m1. 1842  POLAND, William Marion (d. 1845); m2. c1848 ENSLEY, Solomon; d/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts

BUTTS, Emily Ann (1812-1862): died in Washington; d/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts

BUTTS, Francisco (1854- ): s/o Stephen and Hannah (Baker) Butts; born in February after arrival

BUTTS, George Joseph Maxfield (1825- ): s/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts; no clear if he made the emigration

BUTTS, James Lewis (1843-1920 ): m1. 1872 POWELL, Elizabeth Catherine; m2. FERROW, Mrs.;  s/o Stephen and Hannah (Baker) Butts

BUTTS, Lucy Ann (1846-1882): m'd 1864 TAYLOR, William ; d/o Stephen and Hannah (Baker) Butts

BUTTS, Melissa Willa (1839-1873): m'd 1851 TAYLOR, Darius William; d/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts

BUTTS, Moses Blakeslee (1837-1853): s/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts; died on trail

BUTTS, Pashia Theodosia (1834-1853): d/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts; died on trail

BUTTS, Sarah Maria (1821-1890): m1. 1841 HENDERSON, Aaron; m2.  NICHOLS, William; d/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts

BUTTS, Stephen Benjamin (1849-1930): s/o Stephen and Hannah (Baker) Butts

BUTTS, Stephen Benjamin Jr. (1818-1899): m'd 1838 BAKER, Hannah Ellen; s/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts; buried Kinder Cemetery, Deer Island, OR

BUTTS, Stephen Benjamin Josiah Dr. (1789 -1854): m'd FRANCIS, Theodosia; died in what is now Woodland, Cowlitz Co, WA

BUTTS, Washington Zedediah Brown (1814-1897): s/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts; unclear if he emigrated in 1853 but does show up in Washington later; buried Kinder Cemetery, Deer Island, OR

BUTTS, William Henry Harrison (1840-1906): m'd 1861 POWERS, Artemisa M.; s/o Stephen and Theodosia (Francis) Butts

BUTTS, William Wallace (1841-1891): m'd ROBINSON, Rachel Jane; s/o Stephen and Hannah (Baker) Butts

BUXTON, David F. (1831- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Fanny

BYRD, John (1812- ): m'd 1833 BIGELOW, Abigail

CALDWELL, Arlen P. (1837- ): m'd 1858 McCullough, Mary J.; s/o William and Hannah Caldwell; settled Benton Co

*20: CALDWELL, Dr.:

CALDWELL, Elizabeth Jane (1833- ): m1. 1851 MCCARTNEY, John B.; m2. 1882 MORSE, H.C.; d/o James and Nancy (McCoy) Caldwell

CALDWELL, Hannah G.: m'd 1816 CALDWELL, William; settled Benton Co

CALDWELL, James A. (c1828- ): s/o William and Hannah Caldwell; settled Benton Co

CALDWELL, William (1789- ): m'd 1816 [ ], Hannah G.; settled Kings Valley, Benton Co, OR

CAMPBELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CAMPBELL, Eliza (1846- ): d/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell

CAMPBELL, Elizabeth Amanda (1838- ): m'd 1856 FRAZER, Lucian Bonaparte; d/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell; buried in Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

CAMPBELL, James Givens (1810- ): m'd 1832 BLACK, Elizabeth Amanda; settled in Polk Co; bur Salt Creek Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

CAMPBELL, James Madison (1833-1922): s/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell; twin

CAMPBELL, Orpha A. (1848- ): d/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell

CAMPBELL, Sarah Francis (1851- ): d/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell

CAMPBELL, Thomas Jefferson (1833 - ): s/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell; twin

CAMPBELL, William Green (1842 - ): s/o James and Elizabeth (Black) Campbell

CANNON, Richard Lee: m'd CHAPMAN, Mary Adeline

CANTRELL, Ari A. (1850-1857): s/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Elizabeth (1840-1925): m'd 1866 BANFIELD, William; d/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, John (1835-1909): [ ], Sarah; s/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Joseph Orr (1849- ): s/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Louise (1837-1857): m'd HONIG, Gustave; d/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Margaret (1853-1870): d/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Philip (1810- ): m1. RICHEY, Mary; FEIDWERT, Sarah Mrs.; s/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Rebecca Ann (1841-1857): m'd RICHARDSON, John W.; d/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, Sarah A. (1845- ): m'd RUSH, [ ]; d/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CANTRELL, William Robert (1842- ): s/o Philip and Mary (Richey) Cantrell

CARDWELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CARDWELL, Mary ( -1853): m1. HOLT, Thomas; m2. 1852 KLINE, John Lowry; Mary had two sons by her first husband, Francis Asbury and Samuel Hamilton Holt; emigrated in 1847 with first husband who died in Kansas; Mary turned back and in 1852 married John Kline and emigrated again in 1853; Mary died near Ft. Boise in childbirth; her daughter, Mary Serene Kline was born at Rock Creek on 09 Aug 1853 and eleven days later on 20 Aug 1853 Mary died 116 miles east of Fort Boise.; after entering Oregon, the Benton county court named John L. Kline guardian of Francis and Samuel Holt.  The family relocated to Walla Walla about 1865 and Lewiston, ID about 1870.

CAROTHERS, Erwin (1824- ): m'd 1848 [ ], Hilah Ann

CAROTHERS, Hilah Ann: m'd 1848 CAROTHERS, Erwin; maiden name unknown at this time

CARPENTER, Amanda ( - 1853): m'd MULKEY, John Lewis; died of Mountain fever on August 10, 1853 on the Snake River in Idaho while enroute to Oregon *per desc Trudy Drew

CARPENTER, Rober A. (1823- ): m'd 1843 [ ], Ellen

CARSON, George W. (1808- ): m'd 1829 [ ], Nancy

*20: CARSON, Mr.

CARSON, Nancy: m'd 1829 CARSON, George W.; maiden name unknown at this time

CARTER, Joseph (1806- ): m'd 1858 Splawn (RIGGS), Anna

CARTWEIGHT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CARTWRIGHT, Darius:

CASE, Laban (1819- ): m'd 1844 [ ], Eliza Ann

CASON, Delila: m'd 1842 CASON, Hilleary; maiden name unknown at this time

CASON, Exeline: m1. BALTIMORE, []; m2. WARD, Jesse; came with second husband, her children from first marriage, his children from his first marriage and the children from their marriage; settled in the Waldo Hills of Marion Co

CASON, Hilleary (c1818- ): m'd 1842 [ ], Delila

CATE, John T. (1807-1856): m'd 1840 PATTERSON, Sarah Ann

CATHEY, William G. (1833-1920): m'd 1853 CORNUTT, Thursy J.; William was born in MO 15 Apr 1833.  He married Thursy J. Cornutt in the spring of 1853 and within a few days they started by ox team for Oregon.  Mr. Cathey settled near Gresham, OR on a donation land claim.  He remained at this location until his death.  His wife died in 1888.  He was the father of 11 children.  He is buried in the Gresham Cemetery.

CAWOOD, J.C.:

CHAMBERLAIN, James L. (1830- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Christianna

CHAMPION, Elizabeth (1797-1884): m'd 31 Jul 1819 MANSFIELD, James; d/o John and Mary (Cannon) Champion; born 17 Nov 1797 Washington Co, KY and died 20 May 1884 Umatilla Co, OR; buried Blue Mountain Cemetery, Weston, Umatilla Co, OR; mother of ten children (John C., Isaac S., Amanda, Emeline, Thomas, Samuel, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Marion, George W. and William M.)

CHANDLER, Melissa D.: m'd 1842 THAYER, Andrew Jackson

CHAPMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*9: CHAPMAN, Andrew Johnson (1820-1895): m'd MARKS, Sarah; led a fifty wagon train from IL to Douglas County; settled first on Buckhorn Creek; Andrew's brother, George Jefferson Chapman took the Buckhorn Creek land for his DLC when Andrew moved east of Canyonville and took up DLC #43

*9: CHAPMAN, Celestia (1844- ): d/o Andrew and Sarah (Marks) Chapman

*9: CHAPMAN, Daniel (1831- ): m'd 1865 NEIL, Sarah A.; s/o Samuel and Sarah (Smeed) Chapman; drove wagon for Enoch Walker; settled near Ashland

*9: CHAPMAN, Delila Ellen (c1851- ): d/o Andrew and Sarah (Marks) Chapman

*9: CHAPMAN, Henry (1833-1905): s/o Samuel and Sarah (Smeed) Chapman; drove wagon for C. Fruit Walker family; went to CA to work in mines but returned to Southern Oregon due to poor health; was mauled by a grizzly bear which left him with severe injuries to his neck and shoulder, although he lived he never regained strength on that side; traveled extensively with his sister; eventually returned to Southern Oregon where he died at 72

*9: CHAPMAN, Mary Elizabeth (c1846- ): d/o Andrew and Sarah (Marks) Chapman

CHAPPELL, Pelatia:

*4) CHASTAIN, Sarah (1797-1860): m'd BOND, John Rev.

CHENERY, Albion P. (1821- ): m'd 1854 CLARK, Harriet Ann

CHENOWITH, Agnes (1808-1888): m'd GRAY, Robert Doak; d/o Nicholas and Ruth Chenowith; on Lost Wagon Train with husband and children; settled first in Willamette Valley and in 1869 moved to Grand Ronde Valley, Union Co, OR

CHITWOOD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CHITWOOD, Alice: m'd 1817 CHITWOOD, William (a cousin)

CHITWOOD, Euphama Jane: m'd KITTERMAN, William Harrison; d/o James and Alisa (Chitwood) Chitwood

CHITWOOD, James (1795-1865): m'd 1817 CHITWOOD, Alice (a cousin)

CHITWOOD, James T.: m'd 1847 [ ], Margaret

CHITWOOD, Jefferson (c1804-1871): m'd [ ], Mary

CHITWOOD, Jesse K. (1820- ): m'd 1846 [ ], Rebecca Ann

CHITWOOD, Margaret: m'd 1847 CHITWOOD, James T.; maiden name unknown at this time

CHITWOOD, Mary (c1807-1871): m'd CHITWOOD, Jefferson; maiden name unknown at this time

CHITWOOD, Rebecca Ann: m'd 1846 CHITWOOD, Jesse K.; maiden name unknown at this time

CHRISMAN, A.C.:

CHRISMAN, Frances Virginia (1825-1877): m. 12 Feb 1843 PORTER, Samuel; d/o John and Elizabeth (Withers) Chrisman; born 14 Dec 1825 VA and died 07 Dec 1877 Halsey, Linn Co, OR; mother of 12 children (Katherine Elizabeth, Mary Ellen, Harriet H., Oliver Wilson, John Mark, Emily Jane, Thomas W., Maria A., Arthur William, Virginia Francis, Augusta A. and Frank Lee); buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR

CHURCH, Andrew: m'd 1828 GUNSAULES, Mary Ann

CHURCHILL, Alexander Hamilton (1846-1914): m'd 06 Oct 1889 BRADFORD, Laura Ellen

CHURCHILL, Alvah (1804-1854): m'd 07 Sep 1827 SAMPLES, Bernetta

CHURCHILL, Alvah (1843-1891): m'd GOODWIN, Amanda Sedora; s/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Charles W. (1840-1875: m'd HEBBARD, Melinda; s/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, David Crockett (1838-1901): m'd 11 Feb 1872 VAN ORNUM, Melvina; s/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Fitzhenry W. "Henry" (1849-1916): m'd 16 Jan 1870 CATHCART, Hannah Elizabeth; s/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, James M.:

CHURCHILL, John S. (1832-aft 1902): m1. 22 Jul 1854 THRASHER, Ellen; m2. 03 Nov 1863 FULLER, Kaatherine; s/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Martha Ann (1827-1861): m'd 24 Aug 1851 STUCKER, Henry; d/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Mary (1834-bef 1860): m'd 10 Aug 1854 EVANS, David; d/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CHURCHILL, Sarah (1830-aft 1888): m'd 17 Aug 1853 LEEPER, George; d/o Alvah and Bernetta (Samples) Churchill

CIPRIANI, Leonetto Count: led a party to CA with 11 wagons, 24 hired hands, 500 cattle, 600 oxen, 60 horses and 40 mules

CLARK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CLARK, Arsinoe M. (1836-1881): m'd LAROQUE, George M.; d/o Stephen and Eunice (Rose) Clark

CLARK, Byrson S. (1842-1918): m'd SAWYER, Adelaide; d/o Stephen and Eunice (Rose) Clark

CLARK, George W. ( -1868): m'd 1841 HORRELL, Mary Ann; s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Hodgson) Clark (pioneers of 1851) [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]
 

CLARK, Harriet A. (1839-1861): m'd CHENERY, Albion Paris;d/o Stephen and Eunice (Rose) Clark

CLARK, Sarah Celeste "Sally" (1810- ): m'd 1830 POPPLETON, William

CLARK, Stephen (1800-1870): m'd ROSE, Eunice Ann

CLARK, Thomas: emigrant of 1848 and 1851

CLARK, Thomas A. (1850- ): s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Hodgson) Clark [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

 

CLEAVER, John W.:

CLEHOUS, Jackson W. (1825-1883 ): m'd 1851 [ ], Margaret Ellen; died in Danville, Harper Co, KS

CLEHOUS, Margaret Ellen: m'd 1851 CLEHOUS, Jackson W.; maiden name unknown at this time

CLYMER, Mary Ann (1822-1895): m'd 1841 SHORT, John Wesley Rev; d/o Christian Clymer

*11: CODINGTON, Jacob:

COFFEY, Mary L. (1833-1922): m'd ABBOTT, [ ]

COLLARD, William H. (1833-1900): m'd 1868 SMITH, Clarinda A.; d/o John and Mary Collard

COMPTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COMPTON, George Washington (1853-1925): s/o James W. and Melinda (Sumpter) Compton; born March 16, 1853 just 11 days before they left on the wagon train to Oregon; buried in Providence Cemetery

COMPTON, James William (1831-1916) m'd 1852 SUMPTER, Melinda (1836-1926); James was born in Missouri.  His wife was the daughter of Alexander Sumpter, also on your list. They arrived in Oregon on August 20, 1853 and homesteaded in Lane County, then sold and moved to Linn County in the Scio area.   He was a farmer and the father of 14 children.  He is buried in the Franklin Butte Cemetery near Scio. [photo contributed by Barbara Criddle; for listing of those in photo go to photo gallery]

CONDON, Cornelia:

CONDON, James B. ( -1902):

CONDON, Thomas:

CONDRA, Aaron:

CONE, Francis M. (1833-1885):

CONE, Oliver (1819- ):

CONGER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: CONGER, Benona: hired help with Henkle train

CONGER, Charles Washington (1851- ): s/o Enoch and Pamelia (Hall) Conger

*3: CONGER, Elizabeth: m'd HENKLE, Ichabod

CONGER, Enoch (1819-1894): m'd 1846 HALL, Pamelia

*3: CONGER, Ira C.:

CONGER, Jesse Martin (1848- ): s/o Enoch and Pamelia (Hall) Conger

*3: CONGER, Mark: hired help with Henkle train

CONGER, Mary Elmira (1847- ): d/o Enoch and Pamelia (Hall) Conger

CONGER, Nancy Chiaretta (1850- ): d/o Enoch and Pamelia (Hall) Conger

*3: CONGER, Thomas: hired help with Henkle train

*12: CONKLIN, Thamar (1771-1864): m'd CUSICK, Henry; "Thamar (Conklin) Cusick 1771-1864 arrived 1853 on the Cusick Train led by her son Robert George Cusick, the Capt of the train. She was the widow of Henry Cusick of Wabash Co, Ill who died in 1827. According to the Oregon Pioneer Assoc, Thamar was "the oldest woman to travel the Oregon Trail by ox-wagon"; note: There are a variety of errors that have been perpetuated regarding Thamar Conklin Cusick including the fact that her maiden name was Lewis.  Another error was that she was married to a Lewis.  This information was derived from the fact that the family bible listed 5 Lewis children and assumption was made that they belonged to Thamar.  This is incorrect.  Finally, some sources list her parents as William and Jane (Brouwer) Conklin.  This is incorrect.  Her parents remain unknown.  Thamar married Henry Cusick  and in 1816 moved with him to Wabash Co, IL.  He died in 1827 and Thamar never remarried.  Sometime around 1831 she moved with her two sons, Solomon and Robert George to Adams Co, IL where she remained until the family emigrated in 1853.  She is buried in Pietrok Cemetery.

CONKRIGHT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CONKRIGHT, Lucy Ann (1832-1861): m'd 1851 RICHARDSON, Thomas Jefferson; d/o Jacob and Mary (Hill) Conkright; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CONKRIGHT, Martha Ann (1840-1922): m'd HAZELTON, H.; d/o Jacob and Mary (Hill) Conkright; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CONKRIGHT, Mary Ann (1835-1922): m'd 1854 RICHARDSON, John Wesley; d/o Jacob and Mary (Hill) Conkright; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CONLEE, James Reuben (1825- ): m'd BARNEY, Susan Ann

CONLEY, Susan (1811-1869): m'd 1826 FICKLE, Abner

CONNOR, James Edward (1851-1934): m'd 1872 HENKLE, Nancy Caroline; s/o Thomas and Phebe (Borden) Connor; father died prior to emigration; settled on DLC in Benton Co; died in Portland, Multnomah Co, OR

CONNOR, John O.:

*20: CONNOR, Mr.:

CONNOR, Thomas Jefferson Rev. (1821-bef 1900): m1. 1838 BORDEN, Phebe Hannah; m2. 1873 DOYLE, Mary E.; minister who emigrated in 1853 to join the Oregon colony regionalist; settled in Benton Co; returned east after death of first wife and remarried;  appears he may have remained in IN; departed Andersonville, IN 09 Mar 1853 and arrived in Salem 07 Oct 1853; 12 pp diary (MSS #1508)

COOKSEY, Hiram:

COONCE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
COONCE, Alfred L. (1843- ): s/o Felix and Lucinda (Gibson) Coonce

COONCE, Edward  B. (1851-1900): m'd BOWEN, Thelma; s/o Felix and Lucinda (Gibson) Coonce; 1894 was living in Lake Co, OR; died in New Pine Creek, Lake Co, OR

COONCE, Felix (1815-1873 ): m'd 1837 GIBSON, Lucinda; s/o Nicholas and Rebecca (McConnell) Coonce;  settled at Parkersville, Marion Co, OR; buried Claggett Cemetery, Keizer, Marion Co, OR

COONCE, Henry Gyer: s/o Felix and Lucinda (Gibson) Coonce; in 1894 was living in Big Bend country, WA

COONCE, Lycurgus:  in 1894 was living in Lake Co, OR

COONCE, Oregon (1849-1898): s/o Felix and Lucinda (Gibson) Coonce; 1894 resided in Big Bend country, WA; buried Claggett Cemetery, Keizer, Marion Co, OR 

COONCE, Phillip M.(1841- ): m'd 1877 DESART, Laura W.O.; s/o Felix and Lucinda (Gibson) Coonce; 1894 resided in Clackamas Co, OR

COONCE, Priscilla (1847- ): d/o Felix and Lucinda (Gibson) Coonce

COOPER, Harben M.:

COPE, Elizabeth: m'd MATHEWS, Thomas Moffitt; Thomas Moffitt Mathews and Elizabeth Cope Mathews – arrived 26 Sept 1853. They located on a donation land claim near Pleasant Hill in Lane County. Donation claim #1557. Also travelling with them were their children Mary Jane Mathews, David Cleveland Mathews (boy who first found the scouts from the Lost Wagon Train), Sarah Ellen Mathews, Andrew Jackson Mathews, Caroline Mathews, and Anna Elizabeth Mathews. [Wendy Millard]

COPENHAVER, Michael:

CORNUTT, Alfred:

CORNUTT, Archelaus

CORNUTT, Thursy Jane ( -1888): m'd 1853 CATHEY, William G.; settled with husband at Gresham, OR; buried in the Gresham Cemetery.  Mother of 11 children.

*7: COSGROVE, J.: employee in Edward F. Beale party to CA

COULSON, Isaac (1813-1878):

COUGLE, Abram: see 1852 emigration list

COX, Benjamin B.:

COX, Cora A.:

COX, Esther Ann (1817-1893): m'd 1837 GUNSAULES, Manuel

COYLE, Alexander: m'd EVERHARD, Helen; s/o James and Charlotte (Scott) Coyle

COYLE, Ellen: m'd VANWASSENHOVEN, Frank; d/o James and Charlotte (Scott) Coyle

COYLE, James J. Jr. (1847-1917): m'd RAY, Etta Henrietta; s/o James and Charlotte (Scott) Coyle

COYLE, James Sr. (1817-1897): SCOTT, Charlotte

CRABB, Andrew J. (1829- ):

CRABB, Joseph:

CRABB, Joseph N. (1832- ):

CRABTREE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CRABBTREE, Dove:

CRABBTREE, George (1837-1908): m'd [ ], Fairlotta

CRABTREE, James Isaiah (1834-1905): m'd 1864 SHELTON, Martha A.; s/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, Newton:

CRABTREE, Phoebe Ann (1842- ): m'd 1859 MUNKERS, Thomas McLean; d/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree

CRABTREE, Pliney Purdue (1847-1927): m'd 1902 JOHNSON, Elizabeth "Lizzie"; s/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, Ruth Emeline (1833-1928): m'd 1856 RICHARDSON, Andrew Jackson; d/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, Sarah Jane (1840-1875): m'd 1857 RICHARDSON, Elijah Thompson; d/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, Smythe:

CRABTREE, Susan C. (1849- ): m'd BOGGS, Charles H.; d/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree

CRABTREE, Susannah (1810-1892): m'd 1831 CRABTREE, Washington; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, Washington (1808-1901): m'd 1831 CRABTREE, Susannah; s/o James and Isabel (CARR) Crabtree; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRABTREE, William Y. (1837-1863): s/o Washington and Susannah (Crabtree) Crabtree; buried John Wisner Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

CRAIG, David Watson (1829-1916): m'd 1861 WATEROUS, Wealthy L.; spoke several languages, was an editorial writer at various newspapers; instumental in founding of Republican party in OR

CRAIG, Mary Gillen (1825-1899): m'd RITCHEY, Mathew Dill

CRANDALL, William Ray; m'd Unknown, Jane; s/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall; started emigration in 1852 with parents and siblings but turned back; emigrated again in 1853; stopped at Salt Lake City in 1853 where his son, Buton died that winter

CRAWFORD, Alexander:

CREECY FAMILY RESEARCHER:

CREECY, Alexander
(1831- ): never married; s/o Bennett and Martha (Brown) Creecy; despite hip deformity that left him crippled all his life he still rode a saddle horse over the trail and was a Post Master of Scappoose; buried in Central Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR near his parents [photo contributed by Jessica Daily-Geary]

CREECY, Bennett (1786-1866): m'd 1813 BROWN, Martha "Patsy"; buried in Central Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR.


CREECY, James Brown (1829-1911): m'd SMITH, Lydia Drucilla; s/o Bennett and Martha (Brown) Creecy [photo contributed by Jessica Daily-Geary]
 

CREECY, Martin VanBuren (1837- ): m'd 1861 SMITH, Emily; s/o Bennett and Martha (Brown) Creecy

CREECY, Mary C. (1827- ): m'd GEISENDORFER, M. John; d/o Bennett and Martha (Brown) Creecy

CROUCH, Benjamin A.:

CROW, Garrison:

CROWDER, Solomon W.:

CROZIAR/CROZIER/CROSIAR/CROSIER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CROSIAR, Amasa J.:   ( -1907):

CROSIAR, James (1798-aft 1870): wife is deceased when he files claim; James is found living in Polk County through the 1870 Polk County census; [photo contributed by Lili Yocom]

 

CULBERTSON, Andrew:

CUMMINGS, Susan Hannah (1825-1885): m'd FLOWERS, Samuel Bowman; took Elliott Cutoff, member of lost train of 1853

CUNNINGHAM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
CUNNINGHAM, Evelina ( -1862): m'd CUNNINGHAM, Pleasant T.

CUNNINGHAM, M.:

CUNNINGHAM, Pleasant: s/o Pleasant and Evelina ( ) Cunningham

CUNNINGHAM, Sarah Drusilla: m'd DODSON, McMinn; d/o [ ] and Evelina ( ) Cunningham

CUPPY, Elizabeth: m'd KENOYER, Jeremiah Rev.

CURL, Bartlett:

CURREY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
also see CURREY FAMILY

CURREY, Elizabeth Jane: m'd ASHLEY, []; d/o Providence Currey

CURREY, George B. ( - 1908): m'd 1864 GAINES, Jennie; s/o Providence Currey; lawyer, military veteran of Indian wars and Civil War

CURREY, Ida: m'd 1867 BENSON, Sanford; d/o Providence Currey

CURREY, James L. ( -1926): m'd 1858 MOOR, Mary L.; divorced in Baker Co in 1885; s/o Providence Currey; moved to TX where he died

CURREY, Mr.: Maggie Baird Blakley of the Baird train wrote "Mr. Curey is about the most homesick person I have ever seen. He wrote sad songs that he sang around the campfire at night." Mr. Curry went back east. He said he "would rather starve among people he knew than to have abundance in a strange country."

CURREY, Mary A.: m'd 1857 MITCHELL, M.W.; d/o Providence Currey

CURREY, Providence M.: m'd 1869 LEE, Sarah; s/o Providence Currey; resided in Grant and Lake Co

CURREY, Providence M. ( -1868): originally settled in Lane Co, but moved to Union county around 1863; three children (Zachariah, Francis M. and Eliza H. Currey were not found after 1850 census and are believed to have not made emigration; one son, Dr. John "Currie" remained in the east and resided in Darlington, IN)

CURREY, William Thomas ( -1915): s/o Providence Currey

CUSICK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*12: CUSICK, Frances Mariah (Jun 1843- ): d/o Robert and Sarah (Hollembeak) Cusick; m'd 1860 MARTIN, James L. Dr.

*12: CUSICK, George W. Dr. (c1840- ): m'd STAYTON, Sarah O.; s/o Solomon and Anna (Hollembeak) Cusick; was named Rogert George Cusick Jr but always went by George.  In later years he seemed to throw away the Robert altogether and went by George W. Cusick.

*12: CUSICK, Harriet Amanda (1838- ): d/o Solomon and Anna (Hollembeak) Cusick

*12: CUSICK, John Howard (1850- ): s/o Solomon and Anna (Hollembeak) Cusick; enumerated in 1860 census with Solomon and Anna but no relationship listed, am wondering if he might be son of Robert and Sarah Cusick

*12: CUSICK, John Wickliffe (1835- ):  m'd 1866 PEEBLER, Salome Susannah; s/o Solomon and Anna (Hollembeak) Cusick

*12) CUSICK, Martha Elizabeth (1844- ): m'd 1865 RICHARDSON, C.W.; d/o Solomon and Anna (Hollembeak) Cusick

*12) CUSICK, Mary Jane (1845- ): m'd 1864 WHEELER, Almon; d/o Robert and Sarah (Hollembeak) Cusick

*12: CUSICK, Mary Lovina (Apr 4, 1842- ): m1. MONTGOMERY, William G.; m2. TRASK, John B.; d/o Solomon and Anna (Hollembeak) Cusick

*12): CUSICK, Robert George "George" (1812-1884): m'd HOLLEMBEAK, Sarah Harriet; s/o Henry and Thamar (Conklin) Cusick; accompanied by mother, Thamar Lewis Conklin Cusick; captain of train consisting of 21 wagons and 80 people.

*12): CUSICK, Sarah Elizabeth (Jun 18, 1848- ): m'd DALEY, Edward Judson; d/o Robert and Sarah (Hollembeak) Cusick.

*12): CUSICK, Solomon (Dec 29, 1804-May 6, 1885): m'd 1828 HOLLEMBECK, Anna Maria; s/o Henry and Thamar (Conklin) Cusick.   Solomon died at Scio in Linn County but it is believed that Solomon is buried with his wife, Anna Maria at Howell Prairie Cemetery in Marion County.  She was listed on the original plot map for the cemetery and a foot stone with AMC was found at the location indicated on the map. There was a foot stone found for him and he was also listed on the plot map. A Cusick researcher believes him to be there also but some descendants believe him to be buried in Linn county.  Solomon was the father of 9 children, 6 of whom accompanied him west.

*12: CUSICK, Solomon Franklin "Frank" (Feb 1847- ): m'd ASHBY, Rebecca Jane; s/o Robert and Sarah (Hollembeak) Cusick

*12): CUSICK, William Asa (1837- ): m'd 1869 WILLIAMS, Marcia M.; s/o Solomon and Ann (Hollembeck) Cusick

*12): CUSICK, William C. (Feb 21, 1842- ): m'd Alger (DODGE), Emma A.; s/o Robert and Sarah (Hollembeak) Cusick; was an Oregon botanist.  Cusick Mountain was named after him in 1929.  He discovered Oregon's only true primula, the "primula cusickiana" in 1877.  William and Emma had no children.

CUSTER, Ruel (1829-1817): m1.1847 WOOD, Rebecca Ann; m2. 1869 SIMS, Martha M. m3. 1879 Day BIRD Margaretta; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

DAILEY, Sally: m'd CRABTREE, [ ]

DAKIN, Hiram: m'd SHAW, Mariah Jane

DANA, George B. (c1819- ): m'd 1852 [ ], Frances A.

DANIELS, Julia Ann: m1. DOTY, John; m2. 1845 KENNEDY, Mordecai; emigrated to Oregon with second husband, her children by her first marriage and the children from her second marriage; settled near Rickreall, Polk Co, OR

DANIELS, William B.:

DANLEY, Hiram T. (1829- ):

DARNEILLES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DARNEILLES, Anderson:

DARNEILLES, Mary: m'd MEE, James

DAUGHERTY, Daniel C.:

DAVIDSON, Mary Ann (1814-1888): m'd BUTLER, Isaac F.M.

DAVIES, Albert A. (1841- ): s/o Miles and Jane (Haines) Davies

DAVIES, Phoebe (1838-1911): m'd KINDT, Mr.; d/o Miles and Jane (Haines) Davies

DAVIES, Catharine Ann: m'd HUNT, Benjamin T.

DAVIES, Francis M. (1849-1876): s/o Miles and Jane (Haines) Davies

DAVIES, Horace G. (1851- ): s/o Miles and Jane (Haines) Davies

DAVIES, James W. (1846- ): s/o Miles and Jane (Haines) Davies; later years moved to OH

DAVIES, Mary J. (1843- ): m'd ROYAL, Fletcher; d/o Miles and Jane (Haines) Davies

DAVIES, Miles (1809-1893): m'd 1835 HAINES, Jane; s/o John Davies; born 11 Jul 1809 in Fayette Co, PA; m'd 12 Mar 1835 in IN to Miss Jane Haines; moved to OH where they resided until 1851, then moving to MO to prepare for the overland journey to Oregon; one bio states he emigrated in 1852 but his Donation Land Claim application states he arrived in 1853.  Originally settled near Portland until later years when he made his home with his children.  He was the father of eight children (Phoebe, 1838; Alfred A., 1841; Mary J., 1843; James W., 1846; Francis M., 1849; Horace G., 1851; Rachel E., 1854 and Augustus N., 1858); a brother of Miles, James Davies, appears to have made the journey west in 1852 per his Donation Land Claim.

DAVIS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DAVIS, Caleb: m'd CHRISMAN, Anna Maria; emigrated with 7 children

*4: DAVIS, Harmon: m'd BOND, Susan


*4: DAVIS, Isaac Silas (1827-1883): m'd BOND, Rebecca [photo contributed by Julie Byram]

DAVIS, J.E.:

DAVIS, Levi:

DAVIS, Margaret ( -1858): m'd MORTON, Gustin; d/o Thomas Davis

*4: DAVIS, Nelson Capt.: m'd BOND, Elizabeth; led party to OR

DAVIS, Polly L.: m'd JONES, J.M.:

DAVIS, Thomas:

DAVIS, William H.:

DAWSON, Mahala: m'd HARRIS, [ ]

DEADMOND, Bluford (1815- ): m'd ADAMS, Emeline

 DEALEY, Ailcy Elizabeth (1812-1905): m'd 1850 RAY, William; settled Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

DEARBORN, R.H.: m'd [ ], Helen

DECKARD, Anderson: m'd [ ], Lydia

DECKARD, Child1: c/o Lydia and Anderson Deckard

DECKARD, Child2: c/o Lydia and Anderson Deckard

DECKARD, Child3: c/o Lydia and Anderson Deckard

DECKARD, Child4: c/o Lydia and Anderson Deckard

DELANEY, Sarah (1815- ): m'd 1834 WILLSON, Samuel ; m2. JOHNSON, Charles; d/o Benjamin and Mary (Kellison) Delaney; first husband died on trail on the Burnt River 15 Aug 1853; Sarah settled in Benton Co [photo contributed by Sharon Hobart]

DENNING, Stephen B.:

DEVEE, John:

DICKEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DICKEY,
Angeline  (1844-1909): m'd 1858 STRANGE, Nathaniel Lowery; d/o John and Elizabeth (James) Dickey; (b. 5 Jan 1844, Jackson Co., MO; d. 15 Jan 1909, Oakesdale, Whitman Co, WA; married Nathaniel Lowery STRANGE, 17 Sep 1858 in Polk Co.; mother of  ten children; Angeline and Nathaniel buried at Oakesdale Cemetery, Oakesdale, WA;

DICKEY, Francis Marion  (1842- ): m'd RILEY, Lucinda  (dau. of Columbus Cleveland  RILEY); s/o John and Elizabeth (James) Dickey; b. Nov 1842; father of seven children; emigrated to California by 1870; 

DICKEY, James N.:

DICKEY, John (1798- ): m'd LYNCH, Elizabeth (JAMES); (b. 1798, Campbell Co., VA); married Elizabeth (James) LYNCH, 17 Jan 1842 in Van Buren County (now Cass Co.), Missouri.
 
DICKEY, Mahalah (1845-1918): m1. 1862 SWITZER, Andrew Jackson; m2. c1905 CAREY, Barney Isaac; d/o John and Elizabeth (James) Dickey; (b. 11 Dec 1845, Lone Jack, Jackson Co., MO; d. 20 Feb 1918, Salem, Marion Co., OR; married on 11 Dec 1862 to Andrew Jackson SWITZER (b. 14 Mar 1830; d. 08 Apr 1893, Willamina, Yamhill Co., OR); mother of six children; married abt 1905 to Barney Isaac CAREY (1838 - 1922). Mahalah is buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.

DICKINSON, Obed Rev. (1818-1892):

DILTS, Mr.:

DIMICK/DIMMICK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DIMICK, Ziba (1816-1878): m1. 1838 HALL , Cynthia Delight; m2. 1852 HEWITT, Jane; s/o Daniel and Rachael (Leonard) Dimmick; came to OR in 1847, returned east in 1848 where he is recorded as having a son in 1849; 1850 went to CA and returned east again in 1851; left for OR again in 1853 as Captain of a train accompanied by his second wife and 4 children from his first marriage; settled on the Umpqua River at Kellogg, Douglas Co, OR where he later died

DINWIDDIE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
DINWIDDIE, David T. (1816-1817 ): m'd HILDRETH, Elsie; s/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Wilson) Dinwiddie; raised in Indiana; settled in OR east of Harrisburg

DINWIDDIE, Harriet Amelia (1849- ): s/o David and Elsie (Hildreth) Dinwiddie

DINWIDDIE, Hugh D. (1812- ): a cousin of David

DINWIDDIE, James Turner (1845- ): s/o David and Elsie (Hildreth) Dinwiddie

DINWIDDIE, Joseph Milan (1851- ): m'd [   ], Laura E.; Joseph was born 04 Sep 1851 and died 28 Apr 1918; s/o David and Elsie (Hildreth) Dinwiddie; buried Jordan Valley Cemetery, Jordan Valley, Malheur Co, OR

DINWIDDIE, Martha Levica (1847- ): s/o David and Elsie (Hildreth) Dinwiddie

DINWIDDIE, Thomas Patterson (1828-1910): m'd 1858 HENDERSON, Martha M.; younger brother of David; s/o Thomas and Mary Ann (Wilson) Dinwiddie; buried in Brownsville Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

DITMARS, Abraham:

DODGE, John:

DODSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:

DODSON, McMinn (1830- ): m'd CUNNINGHAM, Sarah Drusilla

DONALDSON, William:

DORRIS, Mr.:

DOTY, Amanda (1840- ): d/o John and Julia (Daniels) Doty; father died and children emigrated with their mother and stepfather (Mordecai and Julia Kennedy) to Oregon

DOTY, John Henry (1842- ): s/o John and Julia (Daniels) Doty; father died and children emigrated with their stepfather and mother  (Mordecai and Julia Kennedy) to Oregon

DOTY, Martha Ann (1833- ): d/o John and Julia (Daniels) Doty; father died and children emigrated with their mother and stepfather (Mordecai and Julia Kennedy) to Oregon

DOTY, Mary Jane (1835- ): d/o John and Julia (Daniels) Doty; father died and children emigrated with their mother and stepfather (Mordecai and Julia Kennedy) to Oregon

DOTY, Reuben (1837- ): s/o John and Julia (Daniels) Doty; father died and children emigrated with their mother and stepfather (Mordecai and Julia Kennedy) to Oregon

DOUTHIT, James H.:

DOWNING, George S. (1836-1916): m'd 1857 EVANS, Missouri; s/o Alexander and Elizabeth (Burns) Downing

DRAPER, Reuben:

DRINKWATER, Frances ( -1872): m'd 1855 LEE, Reuben

DRINKWATER, William (c1811-1870):

DRISCOLL, Nancy Jane (1808-1889): m'd 1832 UMPHREY, Thomas Henry; d/o John and Catherine (Morris) Driskill Sr.; buried Albany Masonic Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

DRURY, William (1811- ): m'd ROBINSON, Elizabeth

DUKES, Martin:

DUKES, Sampson:

DUNCAN, John (1845-1932): m'd 1877 FARWELL, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Jubilee and Elizabeth (Messersmith) Duncan; came to OR with mother and stepfather, John Isom

DUNLAP, Caroline Cock:

DUPUIS, Nicholas: reportedly was in the Oregon Territory at Astoria in 1813, returned east and married and emigrated again in 1853 with his family; settled in Umatilla Co

EAGLE, Barbary (1790-1866): m1. 05 Apr 1809 HAPTONSTALL, Abraham III; m2. 23 Jul 1855 LIGGETT, Alexander; born 15 Jan 1790 Greenbrier Co, WV and died 15 Sep 1866 Benton Co, OR; mother of 11 children  (Rachel, Henry, William, Elizabeth, Samuel, Mary, George, Abigail, Harriet Bright, Margaret and Jesse B.)

EASTABROOK, Bradbury:

EATON, W. G. (1817-1902): m'd HENDRICKS, Annie

EDWARDS, John:

ELLIOTT, Polly:

ELLISON, Elizabeth Julia (1833-1894): m'd 1851 GOLTRA, Nelson

ELLMAKER, Eliza:

ELLMAKER, Enos (1807 - ): m'd 1840 FISHER, Elizabeth

ELY, Charles M. (1852- ) s/o Philologus and Amanda (Mansfield) Ely

ELY, Philologus (1826-1893): m'd 23 Jan 1851 MANSFIELD, Amanda; born  19 Aug 1826 Clairborne Co, TN and died 06 Jan 1893 Athena, Umatilla Co, OR; buried Blue Mountain Cemetery, Weston, Umatilla Co, OR; father of  seven children (Charles M., George W., Mary A., Frances E., Susanna E., James F. and Rosella L.)

ENSLEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ENSLEY, Francis M.: c/o Solomon and Elizabeth (BUTTS) Ensley

ENSLEY, Louisa: d/o Solomon and Elizabeth (BUTTS) Ensley

ENSLEY, Marshal N.: s/o Solomon and Elizabeth (BUTTS) Ensley

ENSLEY, Solomon: m'd c1848 Poland (BUTTS) Elizabeth Jane

EPPERLY, John (1829- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Louisa C.

ERB, Phoebe J.: m'd 1869 WALKER, Minus

ESLICK, Samuel:

ESTES, John:

EVANS, Isaac Capt.: emigrant of 1849 and 1851; traveled with 12 persons, 4 wagons, 25 handsome horses; left April 20 and arrived in Sacramento July 4

FARNER, Maria/Mariah (1821-1898): m'd BOWERS, Solomon; buried in Luper Cemetery, Cottage Grove, OR

FARRENS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FARRENS, Amanda A. (1849-1861): d/o John and Nancy (Hickson/Hixon) Farrens

FARRENS, Eleanor: m'd ROBY, Reason; d/o John and Nancy (Hickson/Hixon) Farrens

FARRENS, James K. Polk (1845- ): m'd , Lois Malinda s/o John and Nancy (Hickson/Hixon) Farrens; divorced by 1905

FARRENS (aka FARNS, FARNES), John H. (1791-1864): m'd 1821 HICKSON (aka HIXON), Nancy Emeline; fought in the war of 1812

FARRENS, Johnathan Francis Marion (1841- ): m'd 1862 Finly, Eliza Ann; s/o John and Nancy (Hickson/Hixon) Farrens; settled in Marion Co; by 1880 was living in Umatilla Co

FARRIS, Thomas:

FEARNSIDE, George W.:

FELL, John:

*11: FERRIS, John: member of Butler party

FICKLE, Abner (1803-1892): m1. 1826 CONLEY, Susan; m2. [ ], Survina

FICKLE, Lydia (1840- ): m'd 1858 TAYLOR, Stephen; d/o Abner and Susan (Conley) Fickle

FICKLE, Sarah Jane (1838- ); m'd 1855 WALTON, John; d/o Abner and Susan (Conley) Fickle

FINNEY, Sarah M. (1810-1898): m'd HOGUE, James Parks; emigrated to Oregon with husband, 2 sons and 5 daughters; a married daughter, Rebecca (Hogue) Layton emigrated to Oregon with her husband and children in 1847; a son, Harvey A. Hogue emigrated to Oregon in 1851; settled in Linn county and is buried at Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

FISH, Sarah "Sally" (1810- ): m'd GILMORE, Alexander Hamilton; cut off for CA

FISK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FISK, Leonard:

FISK, William Avery (1805- ): m'd 1825 BUTTON, Cynthia; was a member of the Elliot Train; settled in Lane Co

FITZPATRICK, James W.:

FITZPATRICK, John (1825- ): m'd 1851 VEGHTE, Rachel

*20: FITZWILLIAM, Earl: mentioned as having passed in the company of a captain in the america army to Salt Lake

FLANARY, Elijah (1819- ): m'd 1839 [ ], Tabitha L.

FLEENER, James (1823- ): m'd 1849 [ ], Susan A.

FLINT, Thomas Dr.: cutoff for CA

FLOURNOY, Hoy Bernard (c1793-1871): m'd BRINGAR, Mary; emigrated in 1845 and was in CA during the gold rush; returned to MO with $10,000 and gathered his family together; emigrated again in 1853; settled in Douglas County where he died

FLOURNOY, Jones H. (c1833- ): m'd 1865 DIXON, Arminda

FLOURNOY, Mary Ann (1843- ): m'd WARD, Frazier

FLOURNOY, Pauline B.: m'd NEWTON, Ambrose

FLOURNOY, Roland (c1837- ): m'd 1864 GAGE, Mary Elizabeth

FLOURNOY, Roy ( -c1853): killed by and Indian arrow shortly after arrival in Douglas Co

FLOURNOY, Thomas (c1827- ):

FLOWERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
Also See: Flowers Family Historical Society

FLOWERS, Mary Jane: m'd 1864 FITZHUGH, Joseph S.; d/o Samuel and Susan (Cummings) Flowers; took Elliott Cutoff, member of lost train of 1853

FLOWERS, Samuel Bowman (1821-1915): m'd 1845 CUMMINGS, Susan Hannah; took Elliott Cutoff, member of lost train of 1853

FORD, Elizabeth (1838-1902): m'd 1856 BELL, John J.; mother of 12 children; husband went back east to fight in Civil War, returned later

FORD, William:

Robert FOSTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FOSTER, Harrison:

FOSTER, Robert: m'd FROMAN, Hannah F.; brother of James and John Foster who were emigrants of 1850

*20: FOTHERGILL, John:  Fothergill Diary "With Man and Beast on the Oregon Trail", edited by Rex Morgan, The Runciman Press, Manly, Australia 1993

FRAKES, R.G.:

FRAKES, Sarah (1822-1872): m'd 03 May 1840 MANSFIELD, John C.; d/o Alexander and Elizabeth Frakes; born 1822 Galesburg, Warren Co, IL; died 1872  Lane Co or Wheeler Co, OR; mother of ten children (Elizabeth, Harriet, Alexander, James, Caroline, Henry, Ruth, Thomas, Sarah Ellen and Flora)

FRANCIS, Theodosia (1811 -1865): m'd BUTTS, Dr. Stephen Benjamin Josiah; d/o John and Sarah (Blakeslee) Francis; died in Portland, OR;
buried in Woodland, WA with her husband 

FRANK, Frances:

FRANK, Jane (1837-1910): m'd CONDIT, Cyrenius

FRAZER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FRAZER, John A.: 1828- ): m'd 1858 HICKLIN, Sarah J.

FRAZER, Lucian Bonaparte (1833- ) : m'd 1856 CAMPBELL, Elizabeth Amanda; father of 13 children; had ODLC for Yamhill Co; buried in Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

FREELAND, Benjamin:

FREELAND, Edward A.:

FREEMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FREEMAN, Hezekiah (1846-1864):

FREEMAN, James Calvin (1841- ): m'd 1872 HETZER, Mary Quinn

FREEMAN, John (1808- ): m'd 1806 [], Highly; s/o John and Anna/Amey [] Freeman

FREEMAN, John A. (1838- ): m'd 1876 KELSEY, Mary Francis;

FREEMAN, Ransom (1835- ): m'd Shutt (LOUDERMILK), Mary Louvina;

FREEMAN, Ruth Caroline (1844- ): m'd 1860 MCCULLOCH, James Carl;

FREEMAN, William L. (1833- ):

FRYREAR, John Burr (1833-1919): m'd 1858 BERRY, Elizabeth Frances; wife was an emigrant of 1852; both are buried in Camp Polk Cemetery, Sisters, OR

FULLER, Esquire Alvin (1827-1858): m'd 1849 BENTLEY, Elizabeth Jane

FULLER, George L. (c1832- ):

FULLER, Joel (1803- ): m'd 1824 [ ], Rebecca B.

GABY, Elijah:

GALE, James:

GALE, William:

GANSER, George:

*7: GARCIA, Jesus: employee in the Edward F. Beale party to CA

GARDNER, Abner:

GARDNER, Amanda (1833- ): m'd 1870 JOHNSON, Benjamin

GARRETT, Esther Jane (1847- ): m'd 1863 WELLS, Charles Burton

GARRETT, Johnson (1834-1887): m'd 1864 PORTER, Martha A.; bur Oak Ridge Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

GARRETT, Moses (1846- ): m'd 1866 INLOW, Elizabeth Frances

GARRETT, Robert (1803- ): m'd 1827 [ ], Jane

GARRETT, Robert M. (1840- ): m'd 1877 THORNTON, Sarah Ellen

GARRETT, Warren W. (1832-1870): m'd 1853 GRAY, Melissa

GASH, Oliver Perry:

GAUNT, Harden H.:

GAUNT, James H.:

GAUNT, Samuel D. (1830- ): m'd 1849 [ ], Rebecca

GEROW, Johnathan F.:

GHOLSON, Benjamin:

GIBBS, Winfield Scott (1833-1923): m'd 1863 HENDERSON, Keziah; bur Bellfountain Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

GIBSON, Lucinda ( -1894): m'd 1837 COONCE, Felix; d/o Archibald and Susan (Hudson) Gibson

GIESE, Ernest:

GILMORE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GILMORE, Alexander Hamilton (1808- ): m'd FISH, Sarah "Sally"; after living in Grant Co, WI for 20 years they set out on the Oregon Trail; the family cut off for CA and settled in Siskiyou Co where they again took up farming

GILMORE, John Hamilton (1836- ): s/o Alexander and Sarah (Fish) Gilmore; cut off for CA

GILMORE, Henry Clay (1841- ): s/o Alexander and Sarah (Fish) Gilmore; cut off for CA

GILMORE, William Arunia (1839- ): s/o Alexander and Sarah (Fish) Gilmore; cut off for CA

GLESAN, E.T.:

GODLEY, Calvin C. (1812- ): m'd 1837 [ ], Martha W.

GOLDEN, John: m'd PARROTT, Jane; founded Goldendale, WA

GOLTRA, Nelson (1829-1859): m'd 1851 ELLISON, Elizabeth Julia

GOLTRA, William Harris (1834- ): MSS #1508 4pp reminiscence

GONSAULES, Manuel:

GOODELL, Anna:

GOODELL, Oliver Perry:

*3: GOODLIN, David: s/o John and Mary Goodlin

*3: GOODLIN, Eliza (1834- ): m'd ULLARY, John; d/o John and Mary Goodlin

*3: GOODLIN, James: s/o John and Mary Goodlin

*3" GOODLIN, John: m'd [ ], Mary

*3: GOODLIN, John: s/o John and Mary Goodlin

*3: GOODLIN, Mary: m'd GOODLIN, John

GOODMAN, Charles (1800- ): m'd [ ], Amy

GOODMAN, Elizabeth Jane (1832-1903): m'd 1856 SHIPLEY, Robert

GORIG, Francis N.:

*3: GRAGG, Anna (1787-1856): m'd 27 Dec1808 HENKLE, Jacob;Anna was born 18 May 1787 Pendleton Co, VA and died 28 Apr 1856 Benton Co, OR; motherof nine children (Ichabod B., Sidney, Harriet, Mary (1814-1815), Christine, Mary (1822-1908), Jacob Jr., Andrew Jackson and William); Jacob is buried at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR;  Anna is buried at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

GRANT, Mary Ellen (1847-1924): m'd 1864 BEVENS, Truman O.

GRAY, Cornelia (1843-1915): m'd 1867 UNGER, McKelvie J.

GRAY, Eleanor H. (1821- ): m'd 1854 CONGLE, John B.

GRAY, Edna Elizabeth  (1835-1916): m'd 1854 SLATER, James H.; d/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, George B. (1821- ):

GRAY, George Grant (1840-1928): m'd JASPER, Sylvina; s/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray;  moved to Union County Oregon 1861, in 1862 he drove cattle to Walla Walla, WA, and pack trains from Umatilla Landing to the mines in Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia for 5 years. He packed the first printing press to Helena, Montana. In 1868 he went to Idaho City for 3 years where he bought and sold cattle. In 1871 He bought a farm on the Sandridge and farmed 320 acres, added to it in 1872 and then farming 1030 acres. He married Sylvina Jasper on 2/22/74. They  had 10 children

GRAY, Jasper: s/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, Joseph M. (1838-1917): m'd MEANS, Susan; s/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, Melissa (1833-1912): m'd 1853 GARRETT, Warren W.; d /o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, Nathan Lacy (1848- ): s/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, Nellie (1843-1915): m'd UNGER, [   ]; d/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, Robert Doak (1805-1870); m'd CHENOWITH, Agnres; Baptist Minister on the Lost Wagon Train; settled first in the Willamette Valley in 1853 and later moved to Grand Ronde Valley, Union Co, OR in 1869

GRAY, Robert Nay (1845-1879): s/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GRAY, Sarah  (1828-1888): m'd TAYLOR, [   ]; d/o Robert and Agnes (Chenowith) Gray

GREEN, Dan L. (1835- ): settled in Benton Co until 1856 when he moved to Josephine Co where he was elected sheriff three times

GREENWAY, Rebecca (1805-1891): m'd 1828 VERNON, George Washington

GRIFFIN, Benjamin L.:

GRIFFIN, Squire (1830- ):

GRIFFITH, Mr.: drove wagon for Fruit Walker; quarreled with another teamster and tried to hit him over the head with an ox yoke; when Fruit intervened Griffith shot and killed him

GRIFFITH, Sarah (1813-1905): m'd 1836 WATERS, Edward Burris

*20: GRIFFITHS, J.D.:

 GRIMES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GRIMES, Claymore Crawford (1851- ): s/o Edward and Mary (Smith) Grimes

GRIMES, Edward Langley (1825- ): m'd 1849 SMITH, Mary G.

GRISHAM, John:

GROSHONG FAMILY RESEARCHER:
GROSHONG, Catherine E. (1839-1866): d/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, Daniel M. (1846-1922): m'd WEBB, Harriet; s/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, Emily C. (1849- ): d/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, Jacob Nathan (1844- ): s/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, John Henderson (1837-1927): s/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, Joseph (1835-1933): m'd WEBB, Mary; s/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, Lavinia Jennine (1852- ): d/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, Margaret Jane (1842- ): d/o William and Amelia (Inman) Groshong

GROSHONG, William (1813-1884): m'd 1832 INMAN, Amelia

*11: GROUND, Edward (1809-1885): m1. BUTLER, Eliza Ann; m2. 1868 Crossley MCCANN, Susan; buried Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

*11: GROUND, Franklin Pierce (1842-1936): m'd 1888 WELLS, Emma J.; s/o Edward and Eliza (Butler) Ground

*11: GROUND, Luther (1842-1918): m'd 1868 BUTLER, Sarah J.; s/o Edward and Eliza (Butler) Ground

*11: GROUND, Peter (1848- ): s/o Edward and Eliza (Butler) Ground

*11: GROUND, Robert (c1840-1917): s/o Edward and Eliza (Butler) Ground

*11: GROUND, William Butler (1836-1880): s/o Edward and Eliza (Butler) Ground

GUNSAULES, Manuel (1814-1879): m'd 1837 COX, Esther Ann; s/o James and Phebe (Teel) Gunsaules

GUNSAULES, Mary Ann: m'd 1828 CHURCH, Andrew

HACKNEY, Frances Isabel: m'd BAKER, William W.

HAINES, Jane ( -1876): m'd 1835 DAVIES, Miles; married Miles Davies 12 Mar 1835; moved to OH where they resided until 1851, then moving to MO to prepare for the overland journey to Oregon; one bio states the family emigrated in 1852 but the Miles Davies Donation Land Claim application states he arrived in 1853.  Settled near Portland.  She was the mother of eight children (Phoebe, 1838; Alfred A., 1841; Mary J., 1843; James W., 1846; Francis M., 1849; Horace G., 1851; Rachel E., 1854 and Augustus N., 1858)

HALBERT, George W. (1831- ):

HALE, Lewis:

*11: HALEY, Martha Jane (1840-1858): d/o Patrick and Sarah (McWhorter) Haley

*11: HALEY, P.W. (1847- ): m'd 1869 PARKER, Alice; s/o Patrick and Sarah (McWhorter) Haley

*11: HALEY, Patrick R.: m'd MCWHORTER, Sarah

*11: HALEY, William Thompson (1833- ): m'd FORD, Lucinda Miller; graduate of Bethany College, WV; in charge of College Department of Monmouth University 1857-58, Polk Co, OR; principal at Bethel College, Polk Co, OR

HALL, Amy (1808-1867): m'd BATCHELLOR, David; see Batchellor for further information on this family

HALL, Angeline Moore (1825-1866): m'd MCCULLOCH, William; d/o of James and Cynthia (Groom) Hall; other family members came in 1845

HALL, John (1823- ):

HALL, Zachariah:

HALLADAY, Wells:

HALLECK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HALLECK, Amos Nahum King (1845-1920): s/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Heman S.: m'd 1827 KING, Lucretia

HALLECK, Hopestill (1836- ): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Margaret M. (c1848- ): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Mary (c1848- ): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Rhoda (1840- ): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Sarah (c1834- ): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Serepta (1847-1912): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLECK, Sheba (c1828- ): d/o Heman and Lucretia (King) Halleck

HALLER, Granville O.

HALLOCK, Ezra Young (1829- ): m'd  HARRIS, Mary Elizabeth; settled in Polk Co; s/o Ezra and Lydia (Young) Hallock

HALLOCK, Heman S.: m'd 1827 KING, Lucretia

HAMILTON, Joseph (1815- ): m'd 1848 [ ], Nancy A.

HAMILTON, Preston:

HAMMER, Mary Ann C. (1829-1916): m'd 1849 RAMP, Samuel; buried Brooks Pioneer Cemetery, Brooks, OR

HAMPTON, John C. (c1832- ):

HANNA, Esther McMillan:

HANSON, Christian (1820- ): m'd 1852 [ ], Johanna; settled Lane Co

HAPTONSTALL, Abraham III (1786-1853): m'd 05 Apr 1809 EAGLE, Barbary; Abraham was born 03 Nov 1786 Greenbrier Co, WV and died  on trail 07 Jul 1853/01 Sep 1853; s/o Abraham II and Rachel (Price) Haptonstall; father of 11 children (Rachel, Henry, William, Elizabeth, Samuel, Mary, George, Abigail, Harriet Bright, Margaret and Jesse B.)

HAPTONSTALL, Barbara Ellen(1847-1928): m'd 11 Aug 1864 GULLIFORD, William Henderson; born 22 Sep 1848 Holt Co, MO and died 11 Feb 1928 Prineville, Crook Co, OR; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Anderson) Haptonstall; mother of 10 children including (Arminda, Frances, Ida, A.E., H., E.E., Charles E., Samuel L. and Gracie B.)

HAPTONSTALL, Harriet Bright (1827-1918): m1. 10 Aug 1845 RECORD, Charles Montgomery (died 1849 CA); m2. 11 Jan 1852 MOORE, Levi G.; m3. 04 Dec 1853 CHARLES, Martin L.; born 22 Feb 1827, Gallia Co, OH and reportedly died 09 Jul 1918 Crescent City, Del Norte Co, CA: d/o Abraham III and Barbary (Eagle) Haptonstall; mother of two known children by Charles Record (Rachel Ellen and William Charles); two children by Martin Charles (George Wesley W. and Reuben); probably remarried a 4th time but was not able to locate in census records

HAPTONSTALL, Henry W. (1849-c1853): born Holt Co, MO; s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Anderson) Haptonstall; unknown at this time if he died prior to emigration or on the trail

HAPTONSTALL, Jesse B. (1834-1917): born 14 May 1834, Gallia Co, OH and died 22 Apr 1917 Orting, Pierce Co, WA; buried Washington Soldiers Home Cemetery, Orting, Pierce Co, WA; s/o Abraham III and Barbary (Eagle) Haptonstall;

HAPTONSTALL, Margaret Elizabeth (1831-1913): m'd 10 Apr 1851 MCCOY, James;born 22 Dec 1831 Gallia Co, OH and died 06 Nov 1913; d/o Abraham and Barbary (Eagle) Haptonstall; settled in Benton Co, OR until 1876 when family moved to Washington; took up a homestead in 1877 in what later became Oakesdale; mother of nine children (Paulina V., Charity C., William Charles, Abram A., James Henry, Samuel J., Olive E., Harriet P. "Hattie", and John)

HAPTONSTALL, Mary Jane (1845- 1927): m'd 09 Oct 1862 (06 Nov 1862) JOHNSON, William Wilson; born 02 Dec 1845 Holt Co, MO and died 10 May 1927 Kellogg, Shoshone Co, ID; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Anderson) Haptonstall; mother of 9 children including (Samuel W., J.W., John H., A.V., Myrtle N., L.E. and Dora M.)

HAPTONSTALL, Rachel Elizabeth (1844- 1917): m1. 09 Feb 1860 YOUNG, Pleasant B.; m2. c1869 SMITH, Benjamin Franklin; m3. c1908 MCLAUGHLIN, Joseph A.; born 15 May 1844 Holt Co, MO and died 06 Jul 1917 Susanville, Lassen Co, CA; d/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Anderson) Haptonstall; spent most of her adult life in CA; mother of the folliwng known children by Benjamin Smith (Ida I., Samuel, Carrie Elizabeth, Mary E., Jesse C., Lillie May and C. Ellen)

HAPTONSTALL, Samuel (1819-1904): m'd 10 Aug 1843 ANDERSON, Elizabeth; s/o Abraham III and Barbary (Eagle) Haptonstall; born 20 Mar 1819 OH and died 01 Apr 1904 Halsey, Linn Co, OR; buried Halsey Cemetery, Halsey, Linn Co, OR; settled in Benton County, residing in Lane County in 1870 census and living with son in CA in 1900 census; father of 8 children (Rachel Elizabeth, Mary Jane, Barbara Ellen, Henry, George W., Samuel W., Rosetta and Jacob Ulysses Grant Haptonstall)

HARDENBROOK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HARDENBROOK, Bradford (1831- 1911): m'd 1859 WILSON, Sarah Ann; died in Linn Co, OR; buried Vancouver, WA

HARDMAN, Aaron

HARDMAN, Benjamin (1826- ): m'd 1846 [ ], Magdalene

HARDMAN, Joshua:

HARPER, Elizabeth: m'd JACKSON, [ ]; d/o George and Louisiana (Higgins) Harper

HARPER, George Washington Jr. ( -1860): m'd 1858 DODGE, Fidelea; settled Lane Co; father came in 1850; came to OR with mother and siblings; was murdered in 1860, the victim of a love triangle

HARPER, Louisiana (1806- ): m'd HARPER, George Washington Sr.; husband came in 1850

HARPER, Mary Adeline: m'd SWAGGART, [ ]; arrived with mother and siblings; father came in 1850; settled In Lane Co

HARRIS, Elijah: traveled with the Haptonstall family and is found living with them throughout his adult years until his death.  The connection to the family is unknown at this time.

HARRIS, Eliza (1849- ):

HARRIS, Harriet Nancy (1801-1888): m'd 1821 SHAW, John William

HARRIS, Hugh:

HARRIS, John S.:

HARRIS, Maria (1848- ):

HARRIS, Martha (1795-1888): m'd 16 Jul 1829 ATHERTON, John B.; d/o John Harris & Martha (Thomas) Harris; born 23 December 1795 probably in Garrard County, Kentucky and died in Polk County, Oregon 21 Feb 1888. buried in Geroge Brown Cemetery, near Dallas, Polk County, Oregon; her and her husband did not have any children but did bring the orphaned daughter of her brother to Oregon with them.

HARRIS, Mary Elizabeth (1840-1917): m'd  23 Oct 1861 HALLOCK,Ezra Young; d/o John Harris & Mary Ann (Hoggins) Harris; born March 1840 Adams County, Illinois. She died 6 April 1917 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon - She and her husband are both buried in the Dallas Cemetery, Polk County, Oregon..  Mary's parents died in 1851 in Falls Creek Twp, Adams Co, IL and she emigrated to Oregon with her aunt, Martha (Harris) Atherton

HARRIS, Thomas (1823- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Mary; came up from CA

HARRISON, Jane: m'd 1825 HUMPHREYS, Thomas (1807-1865)

*5: HASS, John B.: member of Capt. Charles Albright party to CA

HASTINGS, Burres L. (1831- ): m'd 1854 SIMPSON, Sophia

HASTINGS, John Campbell (1833- ): m'd 1857 WOOD, Melissa

HAUGH, John:

HAVIRD, Cary C. (1830- ): m'd [ ], Sarah Jane; s/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird; settled for a time in Marion Co but by 1870 is enumerated in the Walla Walla Co, WA census as a farmer with wife and 5 children

HAVIRD, Horton H. (1834- ): s/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird;

HAVIRD, Irene Ann (1844-1869): m'd HODGES, Henry Morton; d/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird;died in Walla Walla Co, WA; buried in Whitman Pioneer Cemetery, Walla Walla, WA

HAVIRD, John (1804-1853): m1. RILEY, Mary Ann (d. 1849); m2. HALSEY, Salinda; died 11 Aug 1853 on Snake River about 100 miles after leaving Ft. Hall

HAVIRD, Lafayette Jefferson (1840- ): unmarried; s/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird; died prior to 1876

HAVIRD, Mary Ann (1848- ): d/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird; died prior to 1876

HAVIRD, Monteray Ann (1846- ): m'd 1861 AYRES, John; by 1880 is living in Cowlitz Co, WA with husband and 4 children

HAVIRD, Selvinia Ann (1842- ): m'd 1858 HERREN, Perry L.; d/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird

HAVIRD, Stephen Humbolt (1852- ): s/o John and Salinda (Halsey) Havird

HAVIRD, Walter Fremont (1850-1904): s/o John and Salinda (Halsey) Havird; died in Wasco Co, OR

HAVIRD, Triphena Ann (1838- ): d/o John and Mary (Riley) Havird

HAWKINS, Elizabeth Lane:

*11: HAWKINS, Joseph: member of Butler party

HAY, Clark:

HAYDON, Child1: d/o Thomas and Mary Haydon

HAYDON, Child2: d/o Thomas and Mary Haydon

HAYDON, Child3: d/o Thomas and Mary Haydon

HAYDON, Mary Ann: m'd c1843 HAYDON, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

HAYDON, Thomas (1816- ): m'd c1843 [ ], Mary Ann

HAYES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HAYES, Ebenezer:

HAYES, Henry Elijah (1831- ): m'd 1853 WOODRUFF, Sarah L.; may have been emigrant of 1851

HAYES, Huldah (1827-1903): m'd 1842 BOND, Solomon; d/o Seth and Lydia (Jewett) Hayes; buried in Smith Cemetery, Halsey, OR

HAYES, S.S.

HAYS, John B.

*7: HEAP, G. Harris: member of Edward F. Beale party to CA

HEMINGWAY, Ansel A.:

HENDERSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HENDERSON, Aaron (1821 - ): m'd 1841 BUTTS, Sarah Maria 

HENDERSON, Carrol Decator: s/o Martin and Elizabeth (Ellis) Henderson

HENDERSON, Cynthia Jane: d/o Perman and Sarah (Trapp)  Henderson

HENDERSON, Harriet: d/o Martin and Elizabeth (Ellis) Henderson

HENDERSON, Harriet Reid: m'd MULKEY, Luke; d/o Perman and Sarah (Trapp)  Henderson

HENDERSON, Ira A. (1833- ):  s/o Ira and Margaret Henderson; settled Linn Co

HENDERSON, Ira B. ( -1852): m'd WILSON, Margaret; started for Oregon with family in fall of 1849 but took ill in IL and was unable to proceed until spring of 1850 when the family moved on to St. Joseph, MO.  Ira B. Henderson took ill again and died 12 July of 1852.  In the spring of 1853 his widow and their 7 children joined a wagon train for Oregon

HENDERSON, James Perman Goulden (1848- ): m'd BAUMGARTNER, Emma Frances; s/o Perman and Sarah (Trapp)  Henderson; born 17 Oct 1848 Buchanan Co, MO; father of five children (Earl B., Mary F., Esther P., Catherine L., and Grace W.)

HENDERSON, John (1844- ): s/o Aaron and Sarah (BUTTS) Henderson

HENDERSON, John Baxter: m'd ARCHIBALD, Mary Emma; s/o Ira and  Margaret Henderson  [photo contributed by Lynn Hagen] 

HENDERSON, Keziah Emila: m'd GIBBS, W.S.; d/o Perman and Sarah (Trapp)  Henderson

HENDERSON, Lewis Melvin: so Perman and Sarah (Trapp)  Henderson

HENDERSON, Martha (1839-1912): m'd 1858 DINWIDDIE, Thomas Patterson; d/o Ira and Margaret (Wilson) Henderson

HENDERSON, Martin: m 'd ELLIS, Elizabeth J.:

*1: HENDERSON, Perman D. Capt.: Sarah Trapp on 25 December 1821 in Lexington, Lillard (later renamed Lafayette) County, Missouri ; Perman was born 19 Sep 1801 Knoxville, TN; father of 13 children

HENDERSON, William Jackson: s/o Perman and Sarah (Trapp)  Henderson

HENDRIX, Ella: m'd WAGNER, Jacob: bur Ashland Cemetery, Ashland, OR

HENKLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: HENKLE, Andrew Jackson (1828- ): m'd WOOD, Mary; s/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle; born 27 May 1828 Shelby Co, OH

*3: HENKLE, Caroline (c1846- ): m'd HAYES, James; d/o William and Nancy (Walker) Henkle

*3: HENKLE, Christina (1816-1902): m'd BARKER, Clement; d/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle; born 04 Jun 1816 Fayette Co, OH and died 22 Sep 1902; buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Helena (1849- ): m'd GIRTON, Thomas W.; d/o Ichabod and Elizabeth (Conger) Henkle; moved to Idaho Territory

*3: HENKLE, Ichabod B. (1810-1903): m1. 20 Jan 1831 KING, Mary Ann (1810-1851); m2. 28 Apr 1852 CONGER, Elizabeth (1834-1913); s/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle ; born 01 Oct 1810 Pendleton Co, VA and died 24 Jul 1903; settled in Benton Co, OR; father of  seven children by first wife (Jesse, Jeremiah E., Helena and four unknown) and six children by second wife (Julia A., John A., Jacob L. and Charles J. , Lilly Lincoln and one unknown); buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Jacob Jr. (1825-1914): s/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle; born 01 Oct 1825 Fayette Co, OH and died 26 Oct 1914 Benton Co, OR; buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Jacob Sr. (1788-1875): m'd 27 Dec 1808 GRAGG,Anna; died in Benton Co, OR; s/o John Justus and Christine (Nageli) Henkle; born 27 Feb 1788 Pendleton Co, VA and died 07 Jul 1875 Benton Co, OR;  1812 moved to Fayette Co, OH; 1826 moved to Shelby Co, OH for a couple of years to look after some mill interests and them moved back to Fayette Co; 1839 moved to IA; to OR 1853 with 21 wagons; father of nine children (Ichabod B., Sidney, Harriet, Mary (1814-1815), Christine, Mary (1822-1908), Jacob Jr., Andrew Jackson and William); Jacob is buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Jeremiah E. (1843-1940): m1.. [    ], Elizabeth A. (1854-1876); m2. [    ], Nancy Alvira (1859-1948); s/o Ichabod and Elizabeth (Conger) Henkle; born 18 Nov 1843 Lee Co, IA and died 07 Sep 1940 Benton Co, OR; owned general merchandise store at Philomath; buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Jesse (1833-1910): s/o Ichabod and Elizabeth (Conger) Henkle ; born 23 May 1833 and died 10 Oct 1910; buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Julia (1853- ): d/o Ichabod and Elizabeth (Conger) Henkle

*3: HENKLE, Margaret (1815-1890): m'd WOOD, Jesse; s/o Abraham and Mary Henkle

*3: HENKLE, Mary (1822-1908): m'd KING, David Armstrong; d/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle; born 24 Mar 1822 Fayette Co, OH and died 05 Jun 1908;  buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co, OR

*3: HENKLE, Mary Melissa (1851-1940):m'd WYATT, John End; d/o Jacob and Elizabeth (Wood) Henkle; born 11 Dec 1851 Appanoose Co, IA and died 04 Oct 1940 Polk Co, OR; 

*3: HENKLE, Rachel Ann (1846-1949):m1. 20 Nov 1862 SHIPLEY, John L.; m2. 22 Oct 1882 KITSON, John M.; d/o Jacob and Elizabeth (Wood) Henkle ; born 04 Nov 1846 Lee Co, IA and died 05 Sep 1949 Gresham, OR

*3: HENKLE, Sidney (1812-1857): m'd ARMSTRONG, []; d/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle

*3: HENKLE, William (1819-1894): m'd 01 Jun 1840 WALKER, Nancy; s/o Jacob and Anna (Gragg) Henkle; born 15 May 1819 Fayette Co, OH and died 21 Jul 1894; settled first in Benton Co, c1857moved to Jacksonville, 1863 moved to Polk Co and 1869 moved back to Benton Co; father of one daughter (Caroline)

HENSON, Alfred:

HENSON, Ezra:

HEWITT, Catherine:

HEWITT, George:

HEWITT, Jane: m'd 1852 DIMICK, Ziba

HICKS, John W.: m'd 1845 MISNER, Almira J.

HICKS, Laban ( -1857): m'd 1854 FOSTER, Catharine A.

HICKSON, Nancy; see HIXON, Nancy

HIGGINBOTTOM, George:

HIGGINS, Louisiana: m'd HARPER, George Washington

HILDRETH, Elsie (1827- ): m'd DINWIDDIE, David T.

HILL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: HILL, Frank: hired help on Henkle Train

HILL, Hanks Nevil: m'd MERREL, Elizabeth Ann

HILL, Mary (1807-1859): m1. CONKRIGHT, Jacob; m2. 1845 HENDRICKS, John; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HILL, Pleasant M. (c1824- ): m'd c1847 [ ], Mary Jane

HILL, Reuben C.:

HILLINGSHEAD, Jonathan:

HILTS, David B.:


*18): HIMES, George H. (c1844- ): bs/o Tyrus and Emeline (Holcomb) Himes; became famous in Northwest as authority on history; became head of Oregon Historical Society

 

HIMES, Tyrus (1814- ): m'd HOLCOMB, Emeline; emigrated into Washington over Nachez Pass

HINES FAMILY RESEARCHER:         Seven Months to Oregon: 1853
HINES, Celinda Elvira: d/o Obediah and Lucina (Chapin) Hines

HINES, George E.: s/o of Joseph and Elizabeth (Meredith) Hines

HINES, Gustavus Rev.:m'd BRYANT, Lydia;  early missionary to Oregon, returned east and emigrated again with family in 1853; see 1840 website for additional information

HINES, Harvey Kimball (1828-1902): m2. SEYMOR, Angeline; m2. 1852 GRAVES, Elizabeth; bur Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, OR;

HINES, Joseph Wilkinson: m'd MEREDITH, Elizabeth

HINES, Melissa E.: d/o of Joseph and Elizabeth (Meredith) Hines

HINES, Obediah: m1. CHAPIN, Lucina; m2. Roth , Eliza (BENNETT)

HINKLE, Isaac A.:

HITE, Joseph: departed Kanesville, IL May 6, 1853; arrived Oregon City Oct 19, 1953; MSS #1508 6pp diary

HIXON, Nancy (c1810-1879): m'd 1822 FARRENS, John

HOBART, Anson:

HOBART, C.W. (1843-1919): m'd 1872 GRAVES, Flora B.

HOBART, S.T.:

HOCKERSMITH, Jackson (1818- ): m'd c1846 SMITH, Martha Jane; settled in Lane Co.

HODGEN, James:

HODGES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HODGES, Charles Monroe (1819-1874): m'd BERRY, Harriet Scott; Charles belonged to the Jesse Monroe Hodges family that arrived in 1847;  the family stayed in Oregon until around 1858 when they moved to San Juan, Monterey Co, CA to be near Harriet's family who were residing there;

HODGES, Charles Monroe (1850- ): s/o Charles and Harriet (Berry) Hodges

HODGES, Fielding Alexander (1852- ): s/o Charles and Harriet (Berry) Hodges

HODGES, Mary Katherine (1849- ): d/o Charles and Harriet (Berry) Hodges

HOFFMAN, William Rev.: minister, departed Weston Ferry on May 21, 1853; arrived Jacksonville Oct 31, 1853; traveled with Rev. William Gray at times

HOGAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HOGAN, Adam H. (1851 - 1923) - s/o William H.H. & Barbara Jean (Liles) Hogan. 

HOGAN, Joseph Zachariah. (1847 - ?) - s/o William H.H. & Barbara Jean (Liles) Hogan.

HOGAN, Marion D. (1853 - 1940) - s/o William H.H. & Barbara Jean (Liles) Hogan. Born "On the Plains" 

HOGAN, Mary Ann (1846 - ?) - m'd 1860 MOUNTS, Thomas Jefferson. m2 HITE, Andrew. d/o William H.H. & Barbara Jean (Liles) Hogan. 

HOGAN, William H.H. (1818 - 1903) - m'd 1841 LILES, Barbara. Settled first in Lane County, Oregon. Moved to Benton County, then Linn County.

HOGUE, Charles P. (1847- ): m'd MCFARLAND, Emma; s/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; was in Linn county 1870 census, farmer; Multnomah Co 1880 census, bookkeeper; 1900 census living in Cowlitz Co, WA, lumberman; died in Portland, Multnomah Co in 1912

HOGUE, Eliza N. (1842-1858): d/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; buried in Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HOGUE, Frances J. (c1835-bef 1870): m'd 1857 STORY, Silas B.; d/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; settled Linn county, OR

HOGUE, George N. (c1853-bet 1860-1870): s/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; buried in Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HOGUE, Inez (c1850- ): d/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue

HOGUE, James Parks (1807-1871): m'd FINNEY, Sarah M.: emigrated to Oregon with wife, 2 sons and 5 daughters; a married daughter, Rebecca (Hogue) Layton emigrated to Oregon with her husband and children in 1847; a son, Harvey A. Hogue emigrated to Oregon in 1851; James' brother, Thomas G. Hogue moved to Oregon in 1850; James settled in Linn county and is buried at Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HOGUE, Margaret Emma (1840-1862): m'd LAYTON, Davis; d/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; buried at Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HOGUE, Mary Ann (1827-1917): m'd POWERS, William Morgan;  d/o James and Sarah (Finney) Hogue; buried Albany Masonic Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

HOLCOMB, Emeline: m'd HIMES, George H.

HOLCOMB, Thomas:

HOLDER, Adam:

HOLLEMBEAK, Anna Marie (1811-1862): m'd 1828 CUSICK, Solomon; d/o Henry and Hannah (Quincy) Hollembeak; Note: the name Hollembeck is shown in various records as Hollenbeak, Hollembeak, Hollenbeck, Hollenbeak, etc etc;  it is believed that Anna Marie is buried at Howell Prairie Cemetery in Marion County.  She was listed on the original plot map for the cemetery and a foot stone with AMC was found at the location indicated on the map. It is not known if her husband is there also.  There was a foot stone found for him and he was listed as being there on the plot map but some descendants believe him to be buried in Linn county.

HOLLEMBEAK, Asa H. (1813- ): m'd c1845 [ ], Mary; s/o Henry and Hannah (Quincy) Hollembeak

HOLLEMBEAK, Sarah (1846- ): d/o Asa and Mary Hollembeak

HOLLEMBEAK, Sarah Harriet (1817-bef 1860): m'd CUSICK, Robert George; d/o Henry and Hannah (Quincy) Hollembeak

HOLLAWAY, John: in party of about 20 young men driving a large herd of cattle to CA

HOLMES, Harrison Russell Dr. (1825-1866): m'd 1854 WHEELER, Mary Buck

HOLT FAMILY RESEARCHER:

HOLT, Enoch: settled in Lane Co; in 1857 was member of constitutional convention from Lane Co; father of 11 children

HOLT, Francis "Frank" Asbury (b. 1844-1907): m1 1869 COX, Emma m2. ROBBINS, Annie J.; s/o Thomas and Mary (Cardwell) Holt;born 28 Aug 1844 in Knoxville, Tennessee; originally started in emigration of 1847; father died on plains; mother returned and remarried John L. Kline; emigrated again in 1853;  mother died on trail during childbirth and Frank and his brother, Samuel, were raised by Mr. Kline at Walla Walla, WA; was a miner, stage driver, stockman and farmer in Idaho and Washington

HOLT, Samuel Hamilton (1847- ): m'd 1885 MINNICK, Laura Alice s/o Thomas and Mary (Cardwell)Holt; born 22 Jul 1847 in Fort Scott, Kansas; originally started in emigration of 1847; father died on plains; mother returned and remarried John L. Kline;  emigrated again in 1853; mother died on trail during childbirth and Samuel and his brother, Frank, were raised at Walla Walla, WA by step-father; was a teamster at Lewiston, ID in 1870 and later went to farming at Toppenish, WA; owned a hotel in Nez Perce Co, ID

HOPKINS, Mr.:

HORRELL, Mary Ann Tate (c1825 -1894): m1. 1841 George H. Clark; m2. James Parrish [photo contributed by Stephen Clark]

 

HOUK, C:

HOUSTON, Catherine "Kitty": m'd HUSTON, Joel Bradshaw

HOWARD, Baltimore (1840-1911 ): m'd [   ], Margaret Francis; born 07 Mar 1840 Shelby Co, IL and died 25 Jul 1922; s/o Johnathan Booth and Margaret (Virden) Howard; is found in Clackamas, Baker and Malheur Counties; was a farmer and a gold miner; father of five known children (Clarence E., Charles O., Juliett M., Floyd H. and Clara R.)

HOWARD, Johnathan Booth (1803-1865): m'd 08 Feb 1827 VIRDEN, Margaret; born 03 Apr 1803 near Elkton, MD; s/o William and Rebecca (Rutter) Howard; settled in Beaver Creek, Clackamas County Co, OR where he remained until his death 12 Nov 1865; buried Carus Cemetery, Carus, Clackamas Co, OR; father of twelve children (John Eager, Rebecca Nelson, Amos Evans, DeKalb, Pulaski Jackson, Nancy Verin, Baltimore, Madison, Rachel, Rudolph S., Thomas Ritchie and George Lillie)

HOWARD, Madison (1842-1886): born 10 May 1842 Shelby Co, IL; s/o Johnathan Booth and Margaret (Virden) Howard; settled in Beaver Creek, Clackamas Co, OR; died 21 May 1886 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Carus Cemetery, Carus, Clackamas Co, OR

HOWARD, Pulaski Jackson (1836-1862): never married; born 02 Feb 1826 Shelby Co, IL; s/o Johnathan Booth and Margaret (Virden) Howard; died 07 Mar 1862 Clackamas Co, OR; buried Carus Cemetery, Carus, Clackamas Co, OR

HOWARD, Rachel (1844-1920): m1. c1861 MAY, Stephen L. (1845-1863); m2. 20 Oct 1864 HALL, Lawrence Marion; born 12 May 1844 Shelby Co, IL; d/o Johnathan Booth and Margaret (Virden) Howard; settled in Polk County with second husband where she died 29 Feb 1920 Monmouth, Polk Co, OR; mother of one son by first marriage who died in infancy; mother of  eight children by her second marriage (Adda, Ellis, Clara, Annie, Dora, Opal, Ethel and Irma)

HOWARD, Royal Varney (1833-1915):  in 1857 R.V. Howard built first store in Smithfield, Lane Co, OR; he became one of the largest land owners in Lane County; amongst his holdings was a flouring mill and warehouse in Junction City that burned down in the Junction City fires in the 1890s; father of 13 children

HOWARD, Rudolph S. (1847-c1932): never married; born  02 Mar 1847 Shelby Co, IL; s/o Johnathan Booth and Margaret (Virden) Howard; by 1900 census he is found living in Blackwell, Kay Co, OK where he is a real estate agent;  he is found in that location up through the 1930 census and it is probable that he died in that location although records have not been found to confirm that.

HOWARD, Thomas Ritchie (1849-1903):  m'd 1874 LONG, Rebecca; born 20 Nov 1849 Shelby Co, IL; s/o Johnathan Booth and Margaret (Virden) Howard; died 14 Jun 1903 Heppner, Morrow Co, OR; buried in Masonic Cemetery, Heppner, Morrow Co, OR; at one time or another he was a resident of Clackamas County, Polk County, Umatilla County,  and Morrow County; was an active Republican and was sheriff of Morrow County from 1886-1900; father of  seven known children (Olive M., Mary A., Wayne, Lizzy, Ida, Nellie and Mable)

HOWE, George W.:

HUBBARD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUBBARD, David Rev. (1795-1868): m1. 1815 MORROW, Hannah; m2. THURMAN, Mary Littleton; s/o Charles and Jemima (Capps) Hubbard

HUBBARD, Eli (1808-1882): m'd 1836 CANNON, Keziah; s/o Charles and Jemima (Capps) Hubbard

HUBBARD, Franklin E.:


HUBBARD, Jane M. (1832-1918): m'd 1850 VENABLE, Francis Marion; d/o Rev. David and Hannah (Morrow) Hubbard [photo contributed by Clara Foster]
 

HUBBARD, Joseph B. (1843-1877): m'd 1873 HAMILTON, Mary J.; s/o Eli and Elizabeth (Buchanon) Hubbard


HUBBARD, Joseph H. (1812-1888): m1. 1842 CRAWFORD, Ruth; m2. VENABLE, Sarah Elvira; s/o Charles and Jemima (Capps) Hubbard [photo contributed by Clara Foster] 


HUBBARD, Margaret G. (c1849-1891): m'd 1874 SCONCE, Adam H.; d/o Eli and Elizabeth (Buchanon) Hubbard [photo contributed by Clara Foster]

HUBBARD, Nancy J. (1847-1919): m'd 1865 FOSTER, William C.; d/o Eli and Elizabeth (Buchanon) Hubbard

HUBBARD, Nancy Jane (1833-1865): m'd 1853 VENABLE, Robert Anderson; d/o Joseph and Ruth (Crawford) Hubbard

HUBBARD, Richard K. (c1841-1892): m'd 1866 SCONCE, Mary J.; d/o Eli and Elizabeth (Buchanon) Hubbard

HUBBARD, Sarah Francis (c1845- ): m'd 1859 BROWN, John R.; d/o Eli and Elizabeth (Buchanon) Hubbard

HUBBARD, Thomas (c1842-1895): m'd 1878 KEIZER, Fannie E.; s/o Eli and Elizabeth (Buchanon) Hubbard

*20: HUBERT, Cyrus B.:

HUDSPETH, Capt.:

HUGHES, Andrew:

*3: HUGHES, John: hired help on Henkle train

HUGHES, John A.

HUGHES, Samuel (1815- ): m'd 1836 [ ], Faith

HULBURT, Alice:

HULBURT, Eliza Jane:

HULBURT, Harlan:

HULBURT, Jared Freeman:

HULBURT, Lavina:

HULBURT, Mark:

HULL, Andrew J.:

HUMPHREYS, Alfred C. (c1835- ): s/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Charlotte (1817-1893): m'd DICKENSON, [ ]

HUMPHREYS, Clementine Elizabeth (1826-1903): m'd 1846 MCCULLY, John M.; d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, John Pryor (c1832- ): m'd WILSON, Margaret Clementine; s/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Joseph Melvin (1838-1867): s/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Josephine (1841-1922): m'd 1858 ELGIN, James Henry; d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Margaret:

HUMPHREYS, Mary Maria Elizabeth (1830-1907): m'd RAY, Lewis; d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys; buried Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, near Jordan, Linn Co, OR

HUMPHREYS, Nancy Jane (1827- ): d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Salina Emeline (c1836-1912 ): d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys; buried Crystal Lake Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

HUMPHREYS, Sarah Penelope (c1843- ): d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Susan: m1. 1859 RAY, Riley B.; m2. 1867 THORP, James Riley; d/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Thomas (1853- ): s/o John and Margaret (Wilson) Humphreys; born on trail in Nebraska

HUMPHREYS, Thomas Harrison (1847-1911): s/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Thomas Melvin (1800-1890): m1. 1825 HARRISON, Jane; m2. Earl, Louisa WOOD

HUMPHREYS, William Jehu (1829-1909): m'd WILSON, Penelope Jane; s/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys

HUMPHREYS, Zachariah T. (1849-1918): m'd c1899 [ ], Annie; s/o Thomas and Jane (Harrison) Humphreys; 1880 living in Wasco Co; 1900 living in Wallowa Co

HUNT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
HUNT, Benjamin F./T.: m'd DAVIES, Catharine Ann

HUNT, Sarah "Sallie" Cabell: m'd DREW, Benjamin J.; d/o Benjamin and Catherine (Davies) Hunt

HUNTER, James G.:

HURST, Elinor: m'd ROCKEFELLER, William

HUSTON, A. G.:

HUSTON, Catherine "Kitty" (1811-1895): m'd HUSTON, Joel Bradshaw; d/o  George Huston; married first cousin; buried Sandridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HUSTON, Elizabeth:

HUSTON, George (1833-1900): m'd 1857 PHIPPS, Elizabeth; buried Fernridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; store owner prior to his death; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Joel  B. (1847-1921 ): m1. LANE, Caroline; m2. PEARL, Mae M.; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Joel Bradshaw (1810-1879 ): m'd 1829 HUSTON, Catherine "Kitty"; s/o Walter and Nancy (Bradshaw) Huston; married first cousin; buried Sandridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR ; note:  I am wondering if this name originally was spelled HOUSTON as  Joel B. Huston and his wife are reportedly related to  Sam Houston of TX fame (the Houston name in this country is said to have originated from two brothers who came to this country from Ireland before the American revolution, being forced to flee Ireland to escape hanging for attempting to start a rebellion against the British.  One brother founded the Southern branch of the family, settled in VA and retained the spelling of the name as in Ireland (ie Houston).  The other brother went to NY and in hopes of deceiving the British dropped the "o" from his name (ie Huston).  

HUSTON, John (1844- ): m'd 1865 HENDRICSON, Leona; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Luther (c1852- ): m'd 1873 BOGGS, Medorah J.; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Marion (1850- ): m1. 1870 ALLEN, Cloah C.; m2. 1878 MCCLURE, Phoebe; m3. 1882 MANSON, Mary; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Martha E. (1841-1870): m'd 1860 ROBERTS, James Bruffey; d/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston; died in Walula, WA; buried Sandridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HUSTON, Mary L.:

HUSTON, Sidney (1837-1872): m'd 1860 FRUM, Sarah Jane; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Walter (1839-1931 ): m1. 1868 SMITH, Susan E.; m2. 1878 SHELLEY, Lodemma H.; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston; buried Sandridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

HUSTON, William  (c1831- ): m'd 1857 HASH, Sarah J.; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston

HUSTON, Worth (1854-1922 ): m'd 1875 DANIELS, Lucy Olive; s/o Joel and Catherine (Huston) Huston; born after arrival in Oregon territory; sheriff of Linn Co

HUTCHINGS, Judith Mariah: m'd BEALE, Tavenor

HUTCHINSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*11: HUTCHINSON, James Butler (1852-1872): s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Butler) Hutchinson

*11: HUTCHINSON, Robert Cascade (1853-1922: s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Butler) Hutchinson; born near the end of the journey in the Cascade Mountains 03 Aug 1853

*11: HUTCHINSON, Thomas Hanna (1824-1860): m'd BUTLER, Elizabeth Hannah; s/o James and Sarah (Delemarter) Hutchinson; surveyed and platted Monmouth, OR in 1855; considered one of the founders of Western Oregon University; secretary of the Board of Trustees of Monmouth University; bur Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co, OR; had a fine lot of horses and cattle

HUTTON, James C.:

HUTTON, John:

ILIFF, Joseph:

IMBLER, David (1805- ): m'd 1840 [ ], Esther; settled Lane Co

INMAN, Amelia (1812-1900): d/o John and Elizabeth (Bragg) Inman

INMAN, Elizabeth "Betsey":

ISLEY, Daniel:

ISOM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ISOM, Angelina Frances (1851-1853): d/o John and Elizabeth (Messersmith) Duncan; may have died prior to emigration

ISOM, John (1827-1903): m'd 1848 Duncan (MESSERSMITH), Elizabeth; s/o David and Sarah (Choate) Isom

ISOM, Sarah Margaret (1849-1928): d/o John and Elizabeth (Messersmith) Duncan

JACKSON, Martha: m'd JOHNSON, Gabriel

JACKSON, Sampson W.:

JAMES, David:

JAMES, Elizabeth (1802-1881): m'd 1842 DICKEY, John; married John Dickey 17 Jan 1842 in Van Buren County (now Cass Co.), Missouri. She was born 28 Aug 1802 in Tennessee and died 25 Jun 1881, Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregon. She is buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, Polk Co.

JANUARY, Jonathan:

JASPER, Andrew: laid over a day with a sick cow; when attempted to catch up was stopped by a small band of Indians who demanded to be fed; Andrew slashed the leader with his ox-whip which he used with deadly accuracy and the Indians fled

JASPER, Gilead Ann (1839- ): m'd IRWIN, [ ]

JESS, Alexander M.: carpenter; MSS #676 10pp; departed from IN March 1853 and arrived at Gresham, OR Oct 1853

JOB, James C.:

JOHNSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JOHNSON, Elizabeth Jane (1826-1873): m'd WILCOX, Thomas James

JOHNSON, Gabriel (1803-1888): m 'd 13 Feb 1824 JACKSON, Martha; Gabriel was born 28 Sep 1803 Knox Co, KY and died 29 May 1888 Junction City, Lane Co, OR

JOHNSON, Hanibal Fulton (1830-1921):

JOHNSON, James (1803- ): m'd 1824 [ ], Mary

JOHNSON, James C.:

JOHNSON, James Harrison (1821-1911): m'd 1841 ADAMSON, Esther Ann

JOHNSON, Mary Jane (1827-1908): m'd 24 Sep 1848 MCDANIEL, John; d/o Gabriel and Martha (Jackson) Johnson

JOHNSON, Nancy (1814- ): m'd MCCULLOCH, William N.

JOHNSTON, Peter:

Silas "SWR" JONES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
JONES, Elizabeth Frances (1852-1888): m'd 1871 BONNEY, Augustus Alva; d/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Harvey:

JONES, Heman:

JONES, J.M.: m'd 1839 DAVIS, Polly L.; father of 11 children; settled near Creswell in Lane Co

*20: JONES, J.K.: bought flour from Fothergill

JONES, J.N.:

JONES, James Thomas (1837-1869): s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Jefferson (1816- ): m'd 1839 [ ], Jane

JONES, Jesse Berryman (1847-1909): m'd 1872 BELL, Julia; s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, John Calvin (1845-1846): s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones; died prior to emigration of family

JONES, Joseph (1819- ): m'd 1840 [ ], Nancy

JONES, Joseph Philip (1839-1900): m'd 1870 FRAZER, Jennie; s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Madison Lafayette (1849-1948): m'd 1880 HOVENDEN, Emma Jane; s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Rachel (1841-1865): m'd 1863 FAIN, William B.; d/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Samuel Williams (1850-1921): m'd 1876 DARLAND, Sarah Elizabeth; d/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Silas Allen (1845-1914): m'd 1868 LARKINS, Rebecca Barlow; s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, Silas Washington Robinson Jones (1814-1911): m1. 1836 ALLEN, Elizabeth; m2. 1890 HARBINE, Cynthia Ella; m3. 1890 BOATRIGHT, Maud; m4. 1891 OSBORNE, Hannah; s/o Thomas and Frances (Bybee) Jones; went to CA in 1849 via the Isthmus; returned east and brought family west to OR in 1853; father of 14 children (3 born in OR); lived most of his life in Marion county; returned to IN in his later years where he died [ photo contributed by Robert Huntly Jones]

JONES, Susannah (1842-1923): m'd 1860 HUNSAKER, Harrison King "Tip"; d/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JONES, T.L. Rev. (1841- ): m'd BAIRD, Mary; settled Lane Co; went to ID mines where he struck it rich; 1867 went to mines in Southern Oregon

JONES, Thomas B.:

JONES, Vincent:

JONES, William Henry (1842-1855): s/o SWR and Elizabeth (Allen) Jones

JORDAN, Thomas Capt.:

JOSLIN, John (1832- ):

*3: JUMP, William: hired help on Henkle Train

JUNKIN, James G.:

KAGER, William P.:

KEIFFER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KEIFFIER, Christina: m1. [ ] Tate; m2. Joseph Moon; m3. Lewis Cooper; widowed three times

KEITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KEITH, Daniel Walker Capt. (c1815- ): 1856 Lane Co; 1858 Jackson Co; removed to Jackson Co

KELLY, Elizabeth Jane:

KELLY, Everington (1833- ): m'd WATEROUS, Lucy

KELLY, Gilmer:

KELLY, Mary Ann:

KENDALL, Joseph Wilson ( -1891): m'd [], Mary

Mordecai KENNEDY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KENNEDY, Jasper (1848- ): s/o Mordecai and Julia (Daniels) Kennedy

KENNEDY, John D.:

KENNEDY, John Knox: returned east and made two more trips to OR, the final one in 1862

KENNEDY, John P.:

KENNEDY, John R. (1820- ): m'd 1847 NAGLE, Bridget

KENNEDY, John Wesley (1846- ): s/o Mordecai and Julia (Daniels) Kennedy

KENNEDY, Martha: m'd KERNS, James

KENNEDY, Mordecai: m'd 1845 Doty DANIELS, Julia Ann; wife was the widow of John Doty; settled in Polk County near Rickreall

KENNEDY, Vivion (1851- ): s/o Mordecai and Julia (Daniels) Kennedy

KENNEDY, William M. (1819- ): m'd 1841 WELLS, Mary Ann

KENNEDY, William R. (1850- ): s/o Mordecai and Julia (Daniels) Kennedy

KENOYER, Jeremiah Rev. (1819-1906): m'd CUPPY, Elizabeth

KENT, Deborah G.: m'd KENT, Horace A.; MSS #95 6pp reminiscence; departed IL Feb 1853 and arrived Oregon City Nov 27, 1853; maiden name not known at this time

KENT, Horace A.: m'd [ ], Deborah G.

KERNS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KERNS, Alvin (1853 - ): born on the John Day river 14 Sep 1853; c/o James and Martha (Kennedy) Kerns

KERNS, James A.: m'd KENNEDY, Martha

KETCHUM, Rebecca: *1: From Ithaca to Clatsop Plains: Miss Ketcham's Journal of Travel [OHSQ Sep 1861]

KEYS, Leah (1826- ): m'd 12 Feb 1846 MANSFIELD, Isaac S.; born in England; mother of (Edmond, Sarah Elizabeth, Anna and Virginia)

KEYS, Thomas:

KIME FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KIME, Mr.: came with the Rickards via the Elliott Cutoff

KINCAID, Thomas:

KINCAID, William B.:

KINDT, Peter:

KING FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: KING, Anna: m'd BARNARD, [ ]; d/o David and Mary (Henkle) King

KING, Augustus (1828- ): m'd MCDOWELL, Lydia

*3: KING, Clement: s/o David and Mary (Henkle) King

*3: KING, David Armstrong: m'd HENKLE, Mary

*3: KING, Elizabeth: d/o David and Mary (Henkle) King

*3: KING, John; hired hand on Henkle train

KING, Lucretia (1809-1860): m'd 1827 HALLECK, Heman; d/o Nahum and Serepta (Norton) King

KING, Rachel (1820- ): m'd STAYTON, Drury

*3: KING, Sydney: d/o David and Mary (Henkle) King

KINNEY, Patrick:

KINNEY, Thomas:

KIRK, Anna (1825-1917): m'd 1842 BARR, Jesse; d/o of Elijah and Catherine (Mosier) Kirk; settled Linn Co, OR; buried Nye Cemetery, Sweet Home, Linn Co, OR

KIRK, Madison:

KITSON, Rachel Ann:

KIZER, F.M.:

KLINE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
KLINE, Abigail Bates (1848- ): m'd 1867 MORELAND, Julius; d/o John L. and Serena J. (Holt) Kline; born 18 Jan 1848 at Fort Scott, Missouri

KLINE, John Lowry: m1.07 Feb 1839  HOLT, Serena J.; m2.  30 Nov1852 Holt (CARDWELL),Mary E., married Serena J. Holt on 7 Feb 1839 in McMinn County, Tennessee, she died in 1852.  John's second wife died during emigration at Rock Creek ; After losing his second wife, John Lowry Kline proceeded into Oregon and took a less-traveled route across Oregon, going over the Cascades at the McKinsey Pass and coming down the McKinsey Fork into Eugene.  After wintering in Eugene, he settled with his family in Corvallis, Oregon.  Upon settling in Benton County he was granted guardianship of Mary's  two sons by her previous marriage; in 1865 John moved to Walla Walla, WA and in 1870 to Lewiston, ID; father of six children by first wife (John Lowry Jr, Laura Ellen, Louisa Frances, John Wilson Moore (1845-1848); Melissa Jane, Sarah Virginia) and one child by second wife (Mary Serena)

KLINE, John Lowry Jr. (1852- ) s/o John L. and Serena J. (Holt) Kline; born 28 Feb 1852 in Osceola, Missouri, (mother Serena died 28 May 1852).

KLINE, Laura Ellen (1850- ): m'd 1871 AKIN, Franklin Street; d/o John L. and Serena J. (Holt) Kline; born 11 Jan 1850 in Greenfield, Missouri

KLINE, Louisa Frances (1840- ): m'd 1858 TURPIN, William; d/o John L. and Serena J. (Holt) Kline; born 21 Aug 1840 in eastern Tennessee

KLINE, Mary Serena (1853-1859): d/o John and Mary (Cardwell) Kline; born on trail 09 Aug 1853 at Rock Creek, a tributary of the Snake River in southern Idaho.  She died at the age of five in Corvallis, Oregon on 26 Feb 1859

KLINE, Melissa Jane (1843- ): d/o John L. and Serena J. (Holt) Kline; born 7 Aug 1843 in eastern Tennessee.

KLINE, Sarah Virginia (1842- ): m'd 1859 HILL, Henry; d/o John L. and Serena J. (Holt) Kline; born 16 Feb 1842 in eastern Tennessee

KLISE, Henry:

KNIGHT, Amelia Stewart:

KNOTT, Elizabeth (1814- ): m. 15 Oct 1835 PORTER, William D.; born 17 Dec 1814 Boone Co, IN; settled Linn Co, OR; mother of 4 children (Mary, Elizabeth Nancy, George and Maria)

KNOTT, Nancy S. (1819-1868): m. 18 Mar 1838 PORTER, James Asbury; born 28 Jun 1819 Fayette Co, IN and died 17 May 1868 Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; mother of  8 children (Madillen A., John D., William Harris, Elizabeth B., Malinda J., Mary K., Thomas L. and James C.)

KNOFF, William (1828- ):

KNOX, Caroline M.: m'd MORSS, John M.

KNOX, Sanuel Barton: m'd STOCKTON, Cynthia Ellen; emigrated with 10 children

KOGER, John:

KOMPF, Casper:

KRAMER, John A.:

KRITENSTEIN, Wilheminie Louisa (1811-1881); m'd  10 Apr 1843 THIELE, Friedrick August; Wilheminie was born 15 August 1811 in Hausberge, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany and died 15 April 1881 in Rice Hill, Douglas County, Oregon

LADD, James L. (1804-aft 1880 ): m'd 1838 RICHIE, Sarah H. in Morgan Co, IL; it is likely that his wife and children accompanied James L. Ladd on this trek. Family tradition has his middle name as being "Lindsay" which was his mother's maiden name.; Sarah was born 1812 KY and died before 1870 OR; James was father of three children (
Married 1838 Morgan Co., IL; to Sarah H. Richie b 1812 KY, d before 1870 OR, burial place unknown
(George A. Ladd, b 1839 IL, Mary E. Ladd, b 1846 IL, and James R. Ladd, b 1851 IL)

LADD, Thomas B. (1811-1888): m'd 1832 HANBACK/HANDBACK, Elizabeth; b 16 JuL 1811 KY; d 18 Nov 1888; buried Amity Pioneer Cemetery, Amity, OR;  Married 1832 Morgan Co., IL, to Elizabeth Hanback (or Handback) b 9 AUG 1894 KY; d 8 MAR 1880; buried Amity Pioneer Cemetery, Amity, OR; it is likely that his wife and children accompanied Thomas B. Ladd on this trek. Family tradition has his middle name as being "Benjamin" but it may also have been "Ben" for "Benton" since a grandson was given the name "Thomas Benton Ladd."; father of three children (James L. Ladd b 1836 IL, William James Ladd b 1839 IL, Mary J.J. Ladd b 1841 IL)

LADD, William James (1839- ); s/o Thomas B. and Elizabeth (Hanback) Ladd; accompanied his family as far as the turn off for California and, according to family tradition, then went on with the group that was California bound. notation from David & Beth Ladd recvd 11-28-2010: "...when the Applegate group split up; some went south to CA and the rest continued to the Willamette Valley; it is stated in our Mary Jewell reminiscence that the two T. B. Ladd sons's also split up; James Lindsay going the Willamette Valley with therest of his family, but William James chose to go the California route."  In 1856 he fought in "Indian War" in California.  In 1860 he was living in Crescent City, Del Norte, CA, working as hostler.

LADY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LADY, Catherine Ann (1842- ): m1. 1858 OSBORN, Robert; m2. 1868 LINVILLE, Christian; d/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, Cornelia Minverva (1834-1911): m'd 1854 FULLERTON, Charles Putman; d/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, Elijah (c1838- ): m'd [ ], Fannie R.; s/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, Evaline H. (1848-1923): m'd 1866 YOCUM, Allen; d/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, James W. (1832-1913): m'd 1857 WOOD, Sarah; s/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, John Taylor (1836-1914): m'd 1872 DODSON, Leona R.; s/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, Harriet Margaret (1844-1893): m1. 1860 WALLING, William Paul; m2. 1868 FRIAR, Joseph; d/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, Sarah Elizabeth (1845-1863): m'd 1863 AGEE, Benjamin Coats; d/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

LADY, William G. (1808-1876 ): m'd 1829 BEWLEY, Sarah Elizabeth; s/o Jacob Lady

LADY, William T. (1847- ): m'd [ ], Mary A.; s/o William and Sarah (Bewley) Lady

*14: LAGRAVE, Mr.: set out with Joseph Bogy and some 25 young drivers with a herd of about 500 cattle and 4,000 sheep

LAMFEER, George:

LAND, Laura Jane (1839-1918): m'd 1846 ANDERSON, William Perrin; Laura was the mother of 8 children (Mary Ellen, Laura Adelaide, Louis, Richard B., Clarissa G., Anna M., William E. and one unknown)

LANDER, Colonel:

LANDRETH, Squire (1833- ):

LANSING, Anna (1804-bef 1860): m'd WARREN, Willis; is shown in 1850 census but it is not known if she accompanied family west in 1853 or was already deceased by then.

John LANE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LANE, Alonzo (1825- ):

LANE, James: s/o John and Louisa (Coffey) Lane

LANE, John Jackson (1819- ): m1. 1842 COFFEY, Louisa; m2. HANCOCK, Milly Ann; s/o Mordecai and Celia (Atkinson) Lane; started with some fine stock; one prize thoroughbred mare was towed across river by other members of party; the mare arrived on the other side dead from drowning; enraged, Lane left the party, but apparently rejoined at some point because he is mention again; found in Sonoma Co, Ca by 1860

LANE, Lucinda Jane (c1850-1868): d/o John and Louisa (Coffey) Lane; died Sonoma Co, CA

LANE, Mary Melissa (1824 - ): m'd 1847 LYNCH, James T.

LANE, Thomas: s/o John and Louisa (Coffey) Lane

LANE, William R. (c1848- ):  s/o John and Louisa (Coffey) Lane

LAWRENCE, Lydia Ann: m'd REVENUE, [ ]

LEE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEE, Hugh:

*8: LEE, Lucy Ann: d/o Jason and Anna (Pitman) Lee; was with the Gustavus Hines party; Gustavus had adopted her after the death of her parents

LEE, Thomas:

LEEVER, Cornwall L.:

LEMAY, Lewis:

LEMON, Hester: m'd 1831 TUCKER, Thomas [photo contributed by Andrea Adrian Healy]  

LEMONS, Catherine Bridgette: m'd SOUTHWORTH, James R.

LEMONS, Nancy Ellen: m'd BULLOCK, Charles J.

*8: LEONARD, Eleanor (1817-1895): m'd SHOTWELL, John M.

*8: LEONARD, Joseph:

William LEWIS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEWIS, A.
:

LEWIS, Amanda (1843- ): m1. MCDONALD, [ ]; m2. BELL, Thomas Jefferson; kept hotel at Talent for over 16 years

LEWIS, Hananiah (1814- ):

LEWIS, Jesse b. (1834- ): m'd 1856 BOUNDS, Sarah E.

LEWIS, John (1816- ): m'd 1835 [ ], Polly

*20: LEWIS, Richard William (1820- ):

LEWIS, William (1796-1881): m'd 1816 SNETHEN, Hannah; born in Ashe Co, NY; died near Monroe in Benton Co, OR; his daughter Mary "Polly" (Lewis) Leabo and son-in-law, Isaac Leabo preceded him to OR in 1846

LIBBY, C.F.:

LICHTENTHALER, Jacob B.:

LIGHT, E.A.:

LIGHTFOOT, Sarah W. (1811-1896): m'd 1834 RICHARDSON, William C.; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR per Richardson Family Researcher, Robin Richardson

LILES, Barbara Jean (1825 - 1867) - m'd 1841 HOGAN, William H.H. Settled first in Lane County, Oregon.

LINCH, James T.:

LINDLEY, James:

LINES, John H. (1803- ): m'd 1842 [ ], Martha M.

LINVILLE, John:

LINVILLE, Thomas H.:

LISTER, Thomas:

LOFTUS, Edward H.:

LOGAN, James:

LONG, James:

LONG, William P.:

LONGMIRE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*18): LONGMIRE, James: MSS #1004, 28pp reminiscence; departed from Evansville, IN to St. Joseph, MO Mar 06, 1853 and arrived Puget Sound, WA Oct 9, 1853

LONGMIRE, John: old frontiersman; made an annual spring trip to the foot of Mt. Rainier to his place there called Longmire Springs

LOVE FAMILY RESEARCHERS:
LOVE, David S.: m'd STEWART, Helen Marnie; started a hotel at Auburn, WA 1862; buried in Love Cemetery/Love Ranch on Goose Creek near Baker City OR

LOVE, James: brother of David

LOVE, John: m'd HARRIS, Sophia; brother of David; had tin shop in Jacksonville, OR

LOVE, Margaret Mrs.: member of the lost wagon train; became an invalid due to the hardships endured on the trail;lived with son David for a time after arriving; later went to live with her son, John and died in Jacksonville, OR

LOVEALL, Sarah: m'd 1843 RILEY, Cleveland C.; d/o Abraham Loveall; settled with husband in Oregon until 1869 when they removed to CA

LOVELL, Peter:

LOWE, Talbot H.:

LUCE, Jacob:

LUPER, D.L.E. Mrs.:

LUPER, George W.:

LUPER, John:

LUPER, Martin:

LUSK, Permelia: m1. THOMPSON, William; m2. DUNCAN, L.J.C. Judge; m3. 1871 JACKSON, William Dr.; came by Isthmus to Crescent City, then crossed Coast range on horseback to reach husband's claim

LUTZ FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LUTZ, John S.:

LYMAN, Joseph S.:

LYNCH, Aden T. (1853- ): m'd [ ], Melissa J.; s/o James and Mary (Lane) Lynch

LYNCH, James T. (1820 - ): m'd 1847 LANE, Mary Melissa; s/o Gary and Nancy (Thomas) Lynch

LYNCH, Priscilla O. (1851- ): d/o James and Mary (Lane) Lynch

LYNCH, William Matthew (1849-1935): m'd BROWN, Minnie; s/o James and Mary (Lane) Lynch; died in Arizona

LYNCH, William W. (1818- ): m'd 1841 [ ], Mary Ann

MCBRIDE, Margaret (c1819- ): m'd 1837 BAIRD, William C.

MCCORMICK, Sarah ( -1889): m'd 1864 THOMPSON, Hugh L.; d/o William McCormick; married Hugh Thompson 28 Dec 1864 Linn Co, OR; mother of ten children (Edgar D., William M., Walter C., Joseph C., Frances E., Evelyn, Anna L., Hubert M., Robert M. and Ethel A.)

MCCORMICK, William:

MACDONNELL, Duncan:

MACK, James W.:

MACY, Irwin:

*7: MADRID, Gregario: employee in the Edward F. Beale party

MAGILL, James:

*3: MANN, John:   hired hand on Henkle train

MANSFIELD, Amanda (1824-1905): m'd 23 Jan 1851 ELY, Philologus; d/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 11 May 1825 Crawford Co, IN; died 27 Jan 1905 Seattle, King Co, WA; buried Blue Mountain Cemetery, Weston, Umatilla Co, OR; mother of  (Charles M., George W., Mary A., Frances E., Susanna E., James F. and Rosella L.)

MANSFIELD, Benjamin Franklin (1835-1908):  s/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 13 Mar 1835 Knox Co, IL and died 24 Dec 1908 Athena, Umatilla Co, OR; buried in Athena Cemetery, Athena, Umatilla Co, OR; occupation was listed as a carpenter in the 1870 Linn Co, OR census; was a twin to Francis Marion Mansfield

MANSFIELD, Edmond (1851- ): s/o Isaac and Sarah (Frakes) Mansfield

MANSFIELD, Francis Marion: m1. 25 Dec 1866 PURDY, Nancy E.; m2. 25 Sep 1887 White, Lizzie (Fountain); s/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 13 Mar 1835 Knox Co, IL and died 01 April 1911 Umatilla Co, OR;buried Blue Mountain Cemetery, Weston, Umatilla Co, OR; father of one son, David H. Mansfield; worked in mines of Oregon and Idaho, owned a sawmill for several years in the Willamette Valley before selling it and running a ferry at Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; 1873 moved to Umatilla Co, OR where he spent the remainder of his days

MANSFIELD, George W. (1837-1890): m'd 10 Mar 1866 CANADY, Alice; s/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 21 May 1837 Knox Co, IL and died 11 Apr 1890 Umatilla Co, OR; buried  Blue Mountain Cemetery, Weston, Umatilla Co, OR;

MANSFIELD, James (1797-1862): m'd 31 Jul 1819 CHAMPION, Elizabeth; born 1797 Lincoln Co, KY and died 26 Nov 1862 Lane Co, OR; was buried in Muddy Creek Cemetery aka Harris Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; father  of ten children (John C., Isaac S., Amanda, Emeline, Thomas, Samuel, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Marion, George W. and William M.)

MANSFIELD, John C. (1820-1874): m'd 03 May 1840 FRAKES, Sarah; s/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 28 Mar 1820 Crawford Co, IN and died 31 Dec 1874 Tillamook Co, OR; father of ten children (Elizabeth, Harriet, Alexander, James, Caroline, Henry, Ruth, Thomas, Sarah Ellen and Flora);

MANSFIELD, Isaac.S. (1822-aft 1880 ): m'd KEYS, Leah; resided in Lane, Linn and Umatilla County, OR; father of  4 known children (Edmond, Sarah Elizabeth, Anna and Virginia); occupation was listed as a butcher in the 1870  Linn Co, OR census

MANSFIELD, Samuel (1830-1896): m'd [Unknown], Rhoda; s/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 04 Dec 1830 Crawford Co, IN; died 27 Aug 1896 Colfax, WA of a heart attack; buried in Athena Cemetery, Athena, Umatilla County, OR; divorced from Rhoda in 1880

MANSFIELD, William M. (1840-1873): m'd 24 Nov 1867 HOLT, Julia A; s/o James and Elizabeth (Champion) Mansfield; born 11 Sep 1840 Knox Co, IL and died 18 Jun 1873 Linn Co, OR; buried Muddy Creek Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; father of Laura A. Mansfield

MARKS FAMILY RESEARCHER: 
MARKS, Alfred B. (1847- ): s/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks Bluford Brookins family

MARKS, Benjamin (1840-1923): m'd 21 Jan 1866 NYE, Elizabeth Druzilla; s/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks; settled Linn Co; farmer; died Wallowa Co, ORBluford Brookins family

MARKS, Bluford Brookins  (1812-1873): m'd 30 Mar 1836 MOORE, Martha Weatherford; settled in Linn Co Bluford Brookins family

MARKS, Elizabeth Frances (1842-1913): m'd 10 Jan 1861 CLARK, William Sain; d/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks; settled Linn Co

MARKS, James P. (1845- ): m1. NOBLE, Charity; m2. HEDGPETH, Margaret; s/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks  Bluford Brookins family

MARKS, John P. (1838-1915): m1. 21 Jul 1867 WILLIAMS, Ellen; m2. 1892 [   ], Martha H.; s/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks; farmer, settled Linn Co    Bluford Brookins family

MARKS, Martha Jane (1852- ): d/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks   Bluford Brookins family

MARKS, Sarah K. (1849-c1899): m'd 21 Dec 1865 JAMES, Thomas B.;  d/o Bluford and Martha (Moore) Marks Bluford Brookins family

MARKS, Sarah Jane (1824-1895): m'd CHAPMAN, Andrew Jackson; d/o Isaac and Elizabeth (Parker) Marks

MARKS, William N.:

MARKWOOD, David:

MARR, Lewis:

MASIKER, C.C. (1851- ): s/o George and Palmyra (Trumble) Masiker

MASIKER, George: m'd 1847 TRUMBLE, Palmyra Eliza; started the emigration with 2 wagons, 1 pulled by 4 horses and the other by 2 horses

MASON, Barbara:

MASON, George W.:

MASON, J.C.:

MASON, Jonathan:

MASON, Jonathan B. (1813- ): m'd 1839 [ ], Elizabeth

MASON, Peter W.:

MASON, Simeon:

MASSEY, Sylvester C. (1826- ): m'd 1846 SKEENE, Perlina

MASSEY, W.P.:

MATHEWS, David Cleveland: m'd 11 Jun 1865 STOOPS, Malinda J.; David Cleveland Mathews and Malinda J. (Stoops) Mathews – David, a boy of 13, and Malinda, a girl of 6, came to Oregon on the same wagon train in 1853. David was the son of Thomas Moffitt Mathews (above) and Malinda was the daughter of John Stoops and stepmom Phoebe Parker Stoops. David was the boy who found the lost wagon train of the Elliott cutoff. They grew up and married 11 Jun 1865. [Wendy Millard]

MATHEWS, Thomas Moffitt: m'd PARKER, Ann; Thomas Moffitt Mathews and Elizabeth Cope Mathews – arrived 26 Sept 1853. They located on a donation land claim near Pleasant Hill in Lane County. Donation claim #1557. Also travelling with them were their children Mary Jane Mathews, David Cleveland Mathews (boy who first found the scouts from the Lost Wagon Train), Sarah Ellen Mathews, Andrew Jackson Mathews, Caroline Mathews, and Anna Elizabeth Mathews. [Wendy Millard]

MATHIOT, J.J. (1804-1876): m'd VERGON, Catherine;

MATLOCK, Caswell John (1836-1917): m'd 1860 BENNETT, Mary Ann; s/o Edward and Susanna (FREY) Matlock; 1870 moved to eastern Oregon; 1877 settled at Pendleton where he engaged in the stock business; was a pioneer in the moving picture business, opening a theater in 1906

MATLOCK, Edward Lane (1818-1863): m'd FREY, Susanna Catherine; homesteaded near Eugene and Goshen where he raised thoroughbred horses; went to gold mines at Boise and died there

MATLOCK, Joseph Dewitt (1838-): m'd 1862 RUTLEDGE, Elizabeth Millicent (d. 1864); m2. RUTLEDGE, Louise (1/2 sister of first wife); father of 12 children

MATLOCK, William Francis (1847-1914): m'd 1867 SWAGGART, Ann; s/o Edward and Susanna (FREY) Matlock; moved to Umatilla county where he was prominent in business and political life; went into sheep business; 1887 organized Pendelton National Bank; was later director and vice president of First National Bank; 1888, 1903, 1911, 1913 was mayor of Pendleton; served two terms as representative in state legislature; 20 years director and president of State Board of Agriculture; 1897-98 became interested in mining in Alaska and had numerous supply stores, two breweries and several mining claims

MATTESON, F.S.:

MAUPIN, Boyd (1820- ): m 'd 22 Dec 1843/4 RICHARDSON, Amanda F.

MCADAMS, Jane ( -1875): m'd 1833 MULKEY, Elijah

MCATEE, James R. (1830- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Margarette

MCATEE, William (1825- ): m'd 1844 [ ], Sarah

MCBRIDE, Margaret: m'd BAIRD, William

MCCALLISTER, John (1793-1873):

MCCARTNEY, John B. (c1828- ): m'd 1851 CALDWELL, Elizabeth Jane

MCCLAIN, Rufus (1827- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Mary

MCClENAHAN, Jane, m'd 1821 BARNETT, Ephraim

*15: MCCLURE, Adam:

*15: MCCLURE, Andrew S.: MSS #752 3 vol diary; departed from Shaker Prairie, IN Mar 21, 1853 and arrived on the Deschutes River Sep 11, 1853

*15: MCCLURE, Hetty: m'd BOND, Isaac; d/o Vincent and Sarah (Bruce) McClure

*15: MCCLURE, James F.: m'd [ ], Nancy

*15: MCCLURE, Jane: d/o Vincent and Sarah (Bruce) McClure

*15: MCCLURE, John R.:

*15: MCCLURE, Nancy:

*15: MCCLURE, Vincent Scott Capt. (1815-1893): m1. 1834 BRUCE, Sarah; m2. BENSON, Sarah Tandy; s/o Samuel and Jane (Curry) McClure; Capt of Lost Wagon Train of 1853

*15: MCCLURE, William Henry Harrison: s/o Vincent and Sarah (Bruce) McClure

MCCORMICK, William:

MCCOY, James (1830-1897): m'd 10 Apr 1851 HAPTONSTALL, Margaret; James was born 09 Jul 1830 Mortensville, Fayette Co, OH and died 22 Jan 1897 Oakesdale, Whitman Co, WA; s/o Anderson and Charity (Record) McCoy; settled in Benton Co, OR until 1876 when he moved to Washington; took up a homestead in 1877 in what later became Oakesdale; father of nine children (Paulina V., Charity C., William Charles, Abram A., James Henry, Samuel J., Olive E., Harriet P. "Hattie", and John)

MCCOY, Paulina V. (1852-1863): d/o James and Margaret (Haptonstall) McCoy; born 1852 in MO and died 12 Oct 1863 in Benton Co, OR; name also seen as Perlina V.

MCCREADY, William Andrew:

MCCULLOCH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCULLOCH, Albert Bonham (1850- ): s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Alfred Exum (1832- ): m'd JONES, Udora Vernon; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Augustus D. (1847- ): s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, James Carl (1840- ): m'd FREEMAN, Ruth Caroline; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Jesse (1833- ): m'd PEARSON, Emily; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, John (c1838- ): m'd OWENS, Mary E.; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Mary Ann (1833- ): m'd MOORE, Samuel Clark; d/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Nancy Elizabeth (1841- ): DAVLIN, James; d/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Robert (c1836- ): m'd OWENS, []; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, Sarah Katherine (c1846- ): m'd NEWLAND, Martin William; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, William N. (1808- ): m'd JOHNSON, Nancy; s/o Robert and Sarah (Thompson) McCulloch

MCCULLOCH, William Thomas (c1844- ): m'd JONES, Sarah Jane; s/o William and Nancy (Johnson) McCulloch

MCCULLOUGH, Mr. ( -1853): died and was buried on the banks of the Yakima River

MCCULLOUGH, William S.:

MCCULLY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCCULLY, Alfred C. Rev: (1853- ): s/o John and Clementine (Humphreys) McCully; born shortly after arrival in Linn Co

MCCULLY, Americus Taylor (1848-1921): m'd BRYANT, Nancy E.; s/o John and Clementine (Humphreys) McCully; settled in Linn Co; buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lane Co, OR

MCCULLY, John M. (1825- ): m'd 1846 HUMPHREYS, Clementine Elizabeth; apparently there is no relationship between this McCully and the McCullys of the McCully wagon train

MCCULLY, William (c1851- ): s/o John and Clementine (Humphreys) McCully

MCCUMBER, James: m'd SHAW, Mary

MCCUMBER, Emeline: d/o James and Mary (Shaw) McCumber

MCCUMBER, Reuben: s/o James and Mary (Shaw) McCumber

MCCUNE, Joseph:

MCDOWELL, David:

MCDOWELL, Lydia: m'd KING, Augustus

MCEWAN, George Barnabas:

MCGEE FAMILY RESEARCHER: 
MCGEE, Abraham:

MCGEE, Walter W.:

MCGHEE Family: see 1850

MCHARGUE, William:

MCKINNEY, James (1833-1898): m'd TIBBETTS, Sophia Ellen

MCLAUGHLIN, Rober (1810- ): m'd 1838 [ ], Mary M.

MCLEAN, F.M.: cutoff for CA driving 500 cattle

MCMILLEN, David R.:

MCMILLEN, Sarah Ellen (1839-1914): m1. 1856 HUGHET, William Milton; m2. CRANK, Joseph; m3. MARSHALL, D. N.;  d/o David R. McMillen

MCNAMER, Noah W.:

MCNEELY, Elizabeth (1802-1859): m'd 1821 RITCHEY, Adam; husband died of typhoid in 1848 in IA;  after the death of her husband, Adam Black Ritchey, Elizabeth continued with the plans to emigrate to Oregon.  Three of her married daughters remained in Iowa and with seven other children left Crooked Creek, Iowa on March 3, 1853.  The children who emigrated with her were Mathew Dill, James Harrison, Jamima, Jane, Martha, Susan and Maria; settled near Brownsville in Linn County; buried in Templeton Cemetery, near Brownsville.

MCPHERSON, Bowen:

MCPHERSON, Joshua:

MCPHILLIPS, Bernard (c1829- ):

MCPOLAND, Roger:

*11: MCWHORTER, Sarah Jane: m'd HALEY, Patrick R.

*20: MEEK, Miss ( -1853): died of cholera 13 Jul 1853

MELVILLE, Mr.: emigrated to WA

MERCER, George (1829- ):

MEREDITH, Elizabeth:

MEREDITH, John Wesley:

MERRELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MERREL, Elizabeth Ann: m'd HILL, Hanks Nevil

MESSERSMITH, Elizabeth: m1. 1842 DUNCAN, Jubilee; m2. 1848 ISOM, John

METZLER, John M.:

MEYER, John: accompanied train to WA

MEYERS, George: started one of the first salmon canneries on the Columbia

MIDDLETON, Eliza Jane (1820-1882): m'd 1830 ABBOTT, Isaiah; born 22 Jan 1820 KY and died 12 Mar 1882 Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; buried Baker Prairie Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas Co, OR; mother of the following known children (Robert E., Mary Ann, Nancy Caroline, John R., Hanson, Elizabeth, Sarah P., William, Cynthia Ann, Eliza M. and Frederick) Note: William and Frederick may be the same person.

*20: MILES, Hy:

MILLER, Abraham (1847-1874): m'd 1874 JONES, Mary R.; bur Millersburg Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

MILLER, Arthur F.:

MILLER, Elizabeth (1837-1863): m1. c1851 LANDRETH, Clisby; m2. 1861 COOMBS, William; bur Millersburg Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

MILLER, Emily:

MILLER, Enoch Johnson (1822-1905): m'd 1848 CUNNINGHAM, Elizabeth Susan; s/o Adam and Sidney (Johnson) Miller

MILLER, Henry:

MILLER, Ira Alexander (1843-1925): m'd 1869 SCAFFORD, Mary; s/o Phillip and Martha Miller

MILLER, Martha A. (1811-1885): m'd 1833 MILLER, Phillip

MILLER, Mary:

MILLER, Nancy Ellen (1841-1863): m'd 1862 PRIEST, John Payne; bur Millersburg Cemetery, Linn Co, OR; died two weeks after the birth of her son, Frank L. Priest

MILLER, Phillip (1809-1884): m'd 1833 MILLER, Martha A.; s/o George and Lydia (Stover) Miller

MILLER, Sarah Jane (1838-1874): m'd 1860 FORD, John J.; d/o Phillip and Martha Miller; bur Millersburg Cemetery, Linn Co

MILLER, William G. (1834-1919): m'd 1853 WOOLRIDGE, Sarah F.

MILLER, William C.:

MITCHELL, John:

MONTEITH, Margaret:

*3: MONTGOMERY, John G. (c1804- ): m'd 1826 [ ], Martha

*3: MONTGOMERY, Martha: m'd MONTGOMERY, John; maiden name not known at this time

*3: MONTGOMERY, Milton: s/o John and Martha Montgomery

*3: MONTGOMERY, Rebecca: m'd BARKER, Jacob

*3: MONTGOMERY, Robert: s/o John and Martha Montgomery

*3: MONTGOMERY, William: s/o John and Martha Mongtomery

MOON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MOON, Elizabeth: d/o Joseph Moon

MOON, Joseph: m'd Tate KEFFIER, Christina; thought to have died on trail

MOON, Thomas Francis: m'd COOPER, Nancy Elizabeth; s/o Joseph and Christina (Keffier) Moon

Jacob MOORE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MOORE, Drury:

MOORE, Elizabeth: d/o Jacob and Sarah (Walden) Moore

MOORE, Isaac (1806- ):

MOORE, Jacob Jackson: m'd WALDEN, Sarah Ann; settled in Powell Valley near Portland and later moved to Grants Pass

MOORE, John H. ( -1872): drowned 1872 near Creswell, OR

MOORE, Martha: d/o Jacob and Sarah (Walden) Moore

MOORE, Martha Weatherford (1817-1905): m'd 30 Mar 1836 MARKS, Bluford Brookins  Bluford Brookins family

MOORE, Rebecca: d/o Jacob and Sarah (Walden) Moore

MOORE, William:

MORGAN, John:

MORGAN, Melinda:

MORGAN, Polly: m1. SHELTON, Levi; m2. SYRON, John Fredrick

Madison MORRIS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MORRIS, Daniel:

MORRIS, Elizabeth (1824- ): m'd 1834 MORRIS, Robert; husband died in 1848 in Moniteau Co, MO and Elizabeth emigrated with five of her children to Oregon in 1853

MORRIS, Madison B. (1824-1909): m'd 1867 LILLIBRIDGE, Elizabeth; s/o Lemuel and Martha P. (Estes) Morris; Madison Morris was b. Oct 8, 1824 in Henry Co, Tn and died Sep 17, 1909.  He married Elizabeth Lilibridge, d/o Thomas and Nancy (Fails) Lillibridge, on April 14, 1867.  According to family history, Madison was a doctor and was credited with traveling the trail 6 times, working as a part of the Underground Railroad.

MORROW, J.

MORSS, John M.: m'd KNOX, Caroline M.

MORTON, Gustin: m'd DAVIS, Margaret

MORTON, James (1852- ): m'd 1891 MCCULLUM, Eva

MOSHER, L.F. Capt.: Adjutant, was at signing of Treaty at Table Rock

MOSIER, Jonah H.:

MOUNT, Henry R.:

MOUNTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:

MOUNTS, Thomas Jefferson (1811 - 1867) - m'd 1830 BARBEE, Mary Ann. Donation Claim on Dickenson Point, Puget Sound. Later, lived near Gate City, Washington.

 

MOUNTS, William Arthur (1834 - 1859) - s/o Thomas Jefferson & Mary Ann Mounts. 

MOUNTS, Thomas Jefferson (1834 - 1881) - s/o Thomas Jefferson & Mary Ann Mounts. 

MOUNTS, Mary Ann (1837 - 1913) - m'd 1854 RHOADES, Francis Marion. d/o Thomas Jefferson & Mary Ann Mounts. 


MOUNTS, Lucinda (1846 - 1935) - m'd 1861 SARJENT, Elisha Nelson. d/o Thomas Jefferson & Mary Ann Mounts.

 

MULKEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MULKEY, Amanda (c1850-1855): d/o John and Amanda (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULKEY, Ann Susannah (1843-1903): m'd 1860 BAGLEY, William; d/o John and Amanda (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULKEY, Charlotte (1815-1853): m'd 1837 SHIPLEY, Robert; d/o John and Polly (Lewis) Mulkey; died shortly after arrival

MULKEY, Christopher Columbus (1850-1890): s/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, Christopher Tactieus R. (1853- ): m'd 1875 [ ], Laura; s/o Solomon and Mary (Atterbury) Mulkey

MULKEY, Commodore (c1849-1855): s/o John and Amanda (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULKEY, Daniel Boone (1839-1896): s/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, Elijah (1812- ): m'd 1833 MCADAMS, Jane; s/o Phillip and Margaret Miller

MULKEY, Elijah F. (1845- ): s/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, Elizabeth (1835-1866): m'd 1851 BARGER, William B.; d/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Miller

MULKEY, George (1844- ): s/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, George Miller (c1839-1896): m'd 1859 CREEL, Martha E.; s/o John and Amanda (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULKEY, Hannah J. (1844-1908): m'd 1863 HARRIS, John B.; d/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey

MULKEY, John Ashley (1841-1924): m'd 1868 DICKINSON, Sarah Jane; s/o John and Amanda (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULKEY, John B. (1854-1875): s/o John and Hester (Gist) Mulkey

MULKEY, John Lewis (1809- ): m'd 1830 CARPENTER, Amanda; s/o John and Polly (Lewis) Mulkey

MULKEY, Joseph (1837- ): s/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, Margaret Martha A. (1851- ): d/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, Martha K. (1837- ): m'd HAYS, [ ]; d/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey

MULKEY, Mary Ann: m'd BROWN, Alan Kelsay; d/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey; did not emigrate to Oregon; Mary Ann and Allen Brown were married in Moniteau  County, Missouri  by William Jones and later moved to Butler County, Kansas where they homesteaded and lived the rest of their life.  They are both buried in the Old Christian Church near Leon, Butler Co., KS. 

MULKEY, Mary Ann Susan (1843- ): d/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULKEY, Mary Ellen (1849- ): m'd c1869 RIZEOR, [ ]; d/o Solomon and Mary (Atterbury) Mulkey

MULKEY, Nancy Rovilla (1851-1944): m1. 1864 RIZEOR, Abram; m2. c1880 PYBURN, Edward; d/o Solomon and Mary (Atterbury) Mulkey

MULKEY, Pamelia (1841- ): m'd 1863 BARGER, Felix; d/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey

MULKEY, Patrick Henry (1834-1900): s/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey

MULKEY, Philip Capt. (1802-1893): m1. 1820 MARTIN, Martha H.; m2. 1863 Brashere (McPHERSON) Phoebe; s/o John and Elizabeth (Hays) Mulkey

MULKEY, Solomon (1822-1902): m'd 1845 ATTERBURY, Mary Emeline; s/o Christopher and Nancy (Reed) Mulkey; bur Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Benton Co, OR

MULKEY, Thomas Boyd (1837- ): m'd 1863 WHITE, Charlotte; s/o John and Amanda (Carpenter) Mulkey

MULKEY, Welcome Hays (1831- ): m'd CRABTREE, Louise; s/o Philip and Martha (Martin) Mulkey

MULKEY, William (1848- ): m'd 1874 FORGEY, Martha; s/o Solomon and Mary (Atterbury) Mulkey

MULKEY, William Sublette (1835- ): s/o Elijah and Jane (McAdams) Mulkey

MULVANY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*3: MULVANY, Nelson: m'd ROBERTS, Mary Ann; born in Knoxville and moved to Appanose Co, IA in the 1840s; s/o John W. and Mary "Polly" (Callen) Mulvany; hired hand on Henkle train; built a sawmill on Pass Creek near Drain, OR

*3: MULVANY, Wyatt: born in Knoxville and moved to Appanose Co, IA in the 1840s; s/o John W. and Mary "Polly" (Callen) Mulvany; hired hand on Henkle train

MURPHY, Margaret (1785-1864): m'd DAVIDSON, Elijah A.

MURPHY, Rachel Cook(e) (1788-1874): m'd BUTLER, Peter; d/o John and Rachel (Cook) Murphy; bur Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co

MYER, Mary Ann: m1. WALKER, Crittenden Fruit; m2. WALKER, John P.; d/o Nathaniel Myer

MYER, Nathaniel: Journal published in OHSQ

MYERS, Michael:

NAGLE, Bridget: m'd 1847 KENNEDY, John R.

NASH, John (c1830- ): m'd 1854 CATHORN, Mary

NAUGHT, John (1812- ): m'd 1834 [ ], Elizabeth

NEALY, Nelson:

NEELY, William:

NEET, Joseph (1821- ): m'd VANNESS, Rachel

NELSON, John:

NEWLIN, James M.

NEWLIN, Sarah A. (1846- ): m'd 1862 CANTRALL, John; d/o James and Ann Newlin

NEWTON, Ambrose: m'd FLOURNOY, Pauline; drove wagon for Hoy B. Flournoy; later married Hoy's daughter and settled in Douglas Co

NICKUM, Andrw J.:

NICKUM, John L.:

NOBLE, Orin:

NOLAN, Pleasant

NORTHRUP, Henry C. (1832- ):

NUMBERS, Philip: m'd SHAW, Caroline

OBRYANT, Marie Nancy (1819-1896): m'd 1840 RAY, Robert Allen; d/o Elias and Sarah (Jones) O'Bryant; settled Lane Co, OR; buried Old Osment Cemetery, near Lorane, Lane Co, OR

OGLE, Howard:

OGLESBY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
OGLESBY, Mary: m'd OGLESBY, William

OGLESBY, William: m'd [], Mary

ORR, John H.:

ORTON, Ira:

ORTON, M.W.:

OSBORN, John D. (1832- ):

OSBORNE, Abraham:

OWEN FAMILY RESEARCHER:

OWEN, Benjamin Franklin (1828-1917): m'd McClure, Jane; s/o William and Matilda (Bourland) Owen; member of the advance party for the Lost Wagon train of 1853; pioneer physician
 

OWEN, Milton P.:

OWSLEY, Sarah (1815-1886): m'd 1834 PRICE, Reuben; d/o Zachariah Owsley

PALMER, Emily: m'd SCONCE, John; d/o Norman and Anna (Jones) Palmer; arrives in Oregon with small daughter but no record of her husband arriving

PALMER, John H. (1818- ): m'd 1841 [ ], Catharine N.; settled in Marion Co:

PANKEY, James:

PARKER, Phoebe: m'd  STOOPS, John; John and Phoebe (Parker) Stoops also arrived in 1853 on the same wagon train as the Mathews family. Also emigrating were their children William Stoops, Malinda Stoops, Julia Ann Stoops, and Martha E. Stoops. Their claim in the Lost Valley area of Lane County (near Pleasant Hill) was settled 1 Nov 1853. [Wendy Millard]

PARSONS, Henry:

PARSONS, Maria A.: m'd BELSHAW, [ ]

PARSONS, Richard H.:

PARTAN, Sarah Ann (1831-1920): m'd 1849 BRYANT, Thomas Perrin; lived in Lane Co until the floods of 1861 destroyed their home; moved to Benton Co; Sarah d. in Portland, OR and is buried in Kings Valley Cemetery in Benton Co

PATTERSON, Sarah Ann: m1. 1840 CATE, John T.; m2. 1857 McPHILLIPS, Bernard

PEACHER, Jackson:

PEARSON, Thomas:

PECKENPAUGH, Barbara: m'd SWANK, [ ]

PEEBLER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PEEBLER, Ann Eliza:

PEEBLER, David: m'd IMBLER, Susannah; the Peebler party arrived via the Barlow Trail; they settled for a while in Marion County but by 1867 had sold their land and moved to Linn County; many members of the family buried in cemeteries around Lebanon, OR

PEEBLER, George David:

PEEBLER, John Frederick (1838-1909): m1. 25 Oct 1866 ANDERSON, Mary Ellen; m2. 23 Aug 1900 CRUSON, Mattie E.; father of  seven children (Clarence, Elmer Lewis, Dell, Charles Presley, Annie, Frederick Carl and George Byron); settled in Linn County and later removed to Umatilla County

PEEBLER, John J. (1837- ): s/o Samuel and Darthy (Foutch) Peebler; parents died and he was taken in by his uncle, David Peebler and emigrated to Oregon with his family

PEEBLER, Martha Melinda:

PEEBLER, Nancy: m'd LUTZ, John

PEEBLER, Salome Susannah:

PEEBLER, William David:

PENGRA, Bynon Johns (1823-1903): m'd 10 May 1849 STEARNS, Charlotte Emily; s/o Moses and Sarah (Johns) Pengra; born 14 Feb 1823 Genesee Co, NY and died 18 Sep 1903 Colton, Lane Co, OR; father of  7 children (Stella Maria, Avery Wert, Ella Velina, George Bynon, William Joel, Emma Belle and Anna Fidelia); was appointed surveyor-general of Oregon, successful business man and mill owner, in 1889 wife filed for divorce in Lane Co

PENGRA, Stella Maria (1850-1919): m'd LARISON, George W.; d/o Bynon and Charlotte (Stearns) Pengra; born 13 May 1850 Winnebago Co, IL and died 02 Oct 1919

PENGRA, William Burnham (1834-1895): m'd 1871 STEARNS, Louisa; s/o Moses and Sarah (Johns) Pengra; born 05 May 1834 Genesee Co, NY and died 09 May 1895 Lane Co, OR; buried Laurel Grove Cemetery, Springfield, Lane Co, OR; father of 4 children (Edgar B., Clara B., C.P. and one unknown)

PEPIOT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PEPIOT, Reges Augustus (1823- ):

PERKINS, Edward T.:

PERRY, James:

PERRY, James A.:

PHILLIPS, George W.:

PHILLIPS, Joseph D.:

PHIPPS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PHIPPS, William C. (c1830- ): m'd 1860 BOONE, Sarah Griffin

PIERCE, Amos B.:

PIGGOTT, Mary:

PITTOCK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PITTOCK, Henry Lewis (1836-1919 ): s/o Frederick and Susanna (Bonner) Pittock; born in London, England he emigrated to Oregon in 1853 and settled in the Portland area where he was he was a driving force in local politics and an active participant in the local paper, the Oregonian

PITTOCK, Robert ( -c1908): s/o Frederick and Susanna (Bonner) Pittock

PLIMPTON, Silas Bullard (1826-1913): m'd WRIGHT, Lydia Pollard; s/o Wales and Sarah "Sally" (Bullard) Plimpton; b. 20 Sep 1826 in Medfield, Norfolk Co, Mass.

POLAND, Charlotte (1843-1883): d/o William and Elizabeth (BUTTS) Poland; came to Oregon with her mother and stepfather, Solomon Ensley

POE, William B.:

POINTER, J.R. Dr.:

POLLOCK, James F. (1806- ): m'd 1833 [ ], Rebecca

POPPLETON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
POPPLETON, Edgar: s/o William and Sarah (Clark) Poppleton; first coroner of Multnomah Co

POPPLETON, Edwin (1824- ): s/o William and Sarah (Clark) Poppleton; settled in Scappoose, Columbia Co; was a miller

POPPLETON, Ezra (c1847- ): s/o William and Sarah (Clark) Poppleton

POPPLETON, William G.: m'd 1830 Clark, Sarah Celeste "Sally"; settled in Scappoose, Columbia Co; was a farmer

PORTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
PORTER, Edward (1803-1867): m'd 1825 ANDERSON, Anna; settled Marion Co; s/o Edward and Elizabeth (Morgan) Porter; oldest son, Allen, came in 1850

PORTER, Elizabeth B. (1842- ): m. 13 May 1858 MCCARTNEY, James Finney; d/o James and Nancy (Knott) Porter; born 1842 IN

PORTER, Elizabeth Nancy (1840-1919): m. 12 Apr 1855 BUSEY, David Siegler; d/o William and Elizabeth (Knott) Porter

PORTER, George (c1849- ): s/o William and Elizabeth (Knott) Porter

PORTER, Harriet H. (1849-1880): m. 1871 WALLIS, Peter R.; d/o Sameul and Frances (Chrisman) Porter; born 07 Apr 1849 IN and died 17 Dec 1880 Halsey, Linn Co, OR;  buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR

PORTER, James Asbury (1816-1880): m. 18 Mar 1838 KNOTT, Nancy S.; s/o John and Catherine (Gose) Porter; born 01 May 1816 Russell Co, VA and died 12 Jun 1880 Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; father of 8 children (Madillen A., John D., William Harris, Elizabeth B., Malinda J., Mary K., Thomas L. and James C.)

PORTER, John D. (1839-1860): s/o James and Nancy (Knott) Porter; born 1839 IN and died 18 May 1860 Linn Co, OR; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR

PORTER, John (1830-1904): m'd 1855 WHITE, Annie; s/o Edward and Anna (Anderson) Porter

PORTER, Katherine Elizabeth (1844-1908): m. 15 Mar 1861 ASHBY, Frank Thompson; d/o Sameul and Frances (Chrisman) Porter; born 27 Jan 1844 IN and died 16 Aug 1908 Etna, Siskiyou Co, CA

PORTER, Madillen A. ( -1860): d/o James and Nancy (Knott) Porter; died 12 Jul 1860 Linn Co, OR; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR

PORTER, Malinda J. (1844-11910): m. 14 Nov 1861 MCCARTNEY, John M.; born 01 Dec 1844 and died 05 Sep1910 Linn Co, OR; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR

PORTER, Maria (1856-1936): d/o William and Elizabeth (Knott) Porter

PORTER, Mary (1836-1922): m. 1852 CUNNINGHAM, William Marion; d/o William and Elizabeth (Knott) Porter

PORTER, Mary Ellen (1845-1904): m. 14 Jan 1864 QUINN, William Henry; d/o Sameul and Frances (Chrisman) Porter; born 1845 IN and died 17 Aug 1904 Willow Creek, Crook Co, OR

PORTER, Olive Amanda (1838-1883): m1. 1857 WELLER, Nathan; m2. TAYLOR, F.M.; died Pierce Co, WA

PORTER, Oliver S. (1833-1918): m'd 1858 WHITE, Ann Eliza; s/o Edward and Anna (Anderson) Porter; died Enumclaw, WA

PORTER, Oliver Wilson (1850-1927): m. 31 May 1887 MOORE, Mary Josephine; /o Sameul and Frances (Chrisman) Porter; born 08 Oct 1850 IN and died 17 Apr 1927 Weiser, Washington Co, ID

PORTER, Samuel (1819-1909): m. 12 Feb 1843 CHRISMAN, Frances Virginia; s/o John and Catherine (Gose) Porter; born 12 Jun 1819 Russell Co, VA and died 29 Dec 1809 Halsey, Linn Co, OR; buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR; father of 12 children (Katherine Elizabeth, Mary Ellen, Harriet H., Oliver Wilson, John Mark, Emily Jane, Thomas W., Maria A., Arthur William, Virginia Francis, Augusta A. and Frank Lee)

PORTER, Thomas L. (1850-1885): m1. CLINGMAN, Ellenora; m2. 1881 HILL, Mattie; s/o James and Nancy (Knott) Porter; born 1842 IN

PORTER, Thomas W. (c1822-1874):   s/o John and Catherine (Gose) Porter

PORTER, William D. (1811-1892): m'd 15 Oct 1835 KNOTT, Elizabeth; s/o John and Catherine (Gose) Porter; born 06 Jun 1811 Russell Co, VA and died 16 Feb 1892 OR; settled Linn Co, OR; father of 4 children (Mary, Elizabeth Nancy, George and Maria)

PORTER, William Harris (1840- ): m. 1884 KOONTZ, Ellen Caroline; s/o James and Nancy (Knott) Porter; born 22 Nov 1840 IN

POST, John:

POST, Mary Elizabeth:

POTTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
POTTER, Alexander: s/o John and Jane Potter

POTTER, John Bright (c1818- ): m'd 1841 [ ], Jane;settled Linn Co; buried Fox Valley Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

POTTER, Joseph: s/o John and Jane Potter

POTTER, Julia Ann: m'd 1857 ROBERTSON, William R.; d/o John and Jane Potter

POTTER, Willis: s/o John and Jane Potter;settled Linn Co; buried Fox Valley Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

POTTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
POTTS, Oliver Perry (c1822- ): m'd ARNSPIGER, Mary Ann; s/o POTTS, [ ] and Mary Thompkins; no evidence found to indicate a marriage between his mother and a Potts but he was claimed as a son on later documents of Mary Thomplins Potts; Oliver was shot and killed by Judge Oliver Perry Goodall, the husband of Louisa Bell, Oliver's half-sister, the judge was later vindicated of the shooting but his wife divorced his shortly after the incident

POTTS, Theodore H.: s/o Oliver Perry and Mary Ann (Arnspiger) Potts; came to OR Arnspiger/Bell families

*20: POWELL, J.:

*3: POWELL, Marion:   hired hand on Henkle train

*20: POWELL, Mr.

PRATER, Nancy: m'd SUMPTER, [ ]

PRICE, Absolom J. (1852-1881): s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price; twin of Rebecca

PRICE, Amanda Ann (1837- ): m'd 1855 LONG, Anderson; d/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Benjamin F. (1850-1920): m'd 1876 MCQUEEN, Mary Jane; s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Charles T. (c1847- ): s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Elizabeth M. (1842- ): m'd 1860 DUNHAM, Samuel; d/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Isaac J. (1840-1908): m'd 1873 LEWIS, Alide Endora; s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Levi Nelson (1835-1905): m'd 1857 APPLEGATE, Elizabeth Jane; s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Oscar (c1841- ): s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Rebecca M. (1852-1890): m'd 1875 YOUNG, Hiram; d/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price; twin of Absolom

PRICE, Reuben (1813-1906): m'd 1834 OWSLEY, Sarah; DLC gives arrival date of Mar 1854 but newspaper noted him amongst arrivals of 1853

PRICE, Reuben Henry (1838-1897): m'd 1859 ARNOLD, Mary Ann; s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Samuel E. (1848- ): m'd 1877 MOORE, Elizabeth; s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, Sarah Ann (1844-1908): m'd 1870 CROMWELL, John Thomas; d/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRICE, William Charles (1848- ): m'd 1871 KING, Harriet J.; s/o Reuben and Sarah (Owsley) Price

PRINE, Frances Barnett "Barney" (1841-1919): s/o Frances and Alicy (Dealy) Prine; traveled with mother and step-father, William Ray

PRINE, Johnathan A.: s/o Frances and Alicy (Dealy) Prine; traveled with mother and step-father, William Ray

PROSSER, Henry:

PURDY, William H.:

QUIVEY, Erastus:

QUIVEY, William:

RAMBO, Isaac (1798- ): m'd 1823 BECK, Ann;

RAMP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RAMP, Benjamin Franklin (1850-1952): m'd 1874 FISHER, Elma; s/o Samuel and Mary (Hammer) Ramp; settled in Marion County near Brooks; taught school at Claggett, Mission Bottom and Brooks; was a Socialist Party candidate for US Senate in 1912

RAMP, Mary L. (1853-1860): d/o Samuel and Mary (Hammer) Ramp; born on the plains near the River of Sweet Water; buried Brooks Pioneer Cemetery, Brooks, OR

RAMP, Samuel (1825-1898): m'd 1849 HAMMER, Mary Ann C.; buried Brooks Pioneer Cemetery, Brooks, OR

RAMP, Sarah L. (1852- ): m'd 1879 LYTLE, A.; d/o Samuel and Mary (Hammer) Ramp

RAMSAY, Mary: traveled with the families of her two daughters, Catherine Bridgette (Lemons) Southworth and Nancy Ellen (Lemons) Bullock

RANCH, Peter (1824- ):

RATCLIFF, William:

RAUCH, Jacob:

RAUCH, Peter (1821-1903): m'd REMINGTON, Juliette

RAY, Alice Benton (1850-1902): m'd 1866 BOSTWICK, Isaac N. (1834-1916); d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Elias (1843-1923): s/o Robert and Marie Nancy (O'Bryant) Ray

RAY, Francis (c1847- ): d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Jesse (1847-1934): s/o Robert and Marie Nancy (O'Bryant) Ray

RAY, John (c1833- ): m'd 1857 SNODDERLY, Susannah Melissa; s/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Joseph (1842-1864): s/o Robert and Marie Nancy (O'Bryant) Ray

RAY, Josephine (c1844- ): m'd 1860 CURL, Thomas R.; d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Lewis (1822-1896): m'd 1851 HUMPHREYS, Mary Marie Eliza; s/o Jesse and Margaret (Blair) Rhea;  bur Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, near Jordan, Linn Co, OR; changed spelling of surname from RHEA to RAY after reaching Oregon

RAY, Martin (c1838- ): s/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Mary (c1835- ): d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, Riley B. (1825-1864): m'd 1859 HUMPHREYS, Susan W.;

RAY, Robert Allen (1818-1892 ): m'd 1840 O'BRYANT, Marie Nancy; settled Lane Co, OR; buried in Old Osment Cemetery, near Lorane, Lane Co, OR; changed spelling of surname from RHEA to RAY after reaching Oregon

RAY, Sarah Jane (1848-1936): d/o Robert and Marie Nancy (O'Bryant) Ray

RAY, Susan (c1841- ): m'd 1860 RICHARDSON, Charles; d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, William (1808-1874 ): m1. HARDING, Nancy; m2. 1850 DEALEY, Ailcy Elizabeth; settled Linn Co, OR; buried Providence Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

RAY, William E. (c1832-1938 ): s/o William and Ailcy (Dealey) Ray

RAY, William Evermont (1853-1938): d/o William and Nancy (Harding) Ray

RAY, William Hamilton (1840-1920): m'd 1863 DICKINSON, Mary; s/o William H. and Mary (Dickinson) Ray; buried Inman Cemetery, Elmira, Lane Co, OR

REED, Thomas J.:

REEDER, Simon M.:

REVENUE, Francis:

REVENUE, Mary:

RHEA, Lewis: changed spelling to RAY after reaching Oregon; see RAY listing above

RHEA, Riley B.:  changed spelling to RAY after reaching Oregon; see RAY listing above

RICHARDS, James (1822- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Amanda

RICHARDSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RICHARDSON, Amanda F.: m'd 22 Dec 1843/4 MAUPIN, Boyd

RICHARDSON, George Washington (1837-1909): s/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

RICHARDSON, John Wesley (1842-1913): m'd 1869 PHILLIPS, Martha C.; s/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson

RICHARDSON, Mary E.: d/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson

RICHARDSON, Nancy J.: m'd 1855 SANDERS, John; d/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson

RICHARSON, Ruth E.:

RICHARDSON, Sarah C.: d/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson

RICHARDSON, Serepta Ann: s/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson

RICHARDSON, Susan Levina (1849-1912): never married; s/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

RICHARDSON, Thomas Jefferson (1821-1896): m1. 1851 CONKRIGHT, Lucy Ann; m2. 1862 IRVINE, Mrs. Lucinda C.; s/o John G. and Orpha (Thompson) Richardson; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, OR

RICHARDSON, William C. (1811-1886): m'd 1834 LIGHTFOOT, Sarah W.; s/o George and Sarah W. (Griffin) Richardson; buried Bethel Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

RICHARDSON, William Claiborne (1835-1908): m1. 1855 CRAIG, Hester "Hetty" Almerinda; m2. 1875 GILBREATH, Margaret Ann; s/o William C. and Sarah (Lightfoot) Richardson

RICHES, Charles (1815-1889): m'd 1851 [ ], Harriet

*11: RICHMOND, T.G.:

RICKARD, John:

*3: RIDDLE, Ralph: hired hand on Henkle train

*7: RIGGS, Elisha; in Edward F. Beale party to CA; turned back for home at Ft. Atkinson

RIGGS, W.L.:

*7: RIGGS, William: in Edward F. Beale party to CA; turned back for home at Ft. Atkinson

RILEY, Cleveland C. (1818- ): m'd 1843 LOVEALL, Sarah; s/o  Stephen and Nancy (Walker) Riley; Baptist minister who settled in Oregon until 1869 when he sold out and moved to San Luis Obispo Co, CA; by 1872 he was in Ventura County where he settled; father of 9 children; organized the first Baptist Church in San Luis Obispo

RITCHEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RITCHEY, Adam: s/o Mathew and Mary (Craig) Ritchey; was crippled

RITCHEY, George W. (1815- ): m'd 1853 BERRY, Mary Ann

RITCHEY, James Harrison (1828-1919): s/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, Jamima (1826-1896): d/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, Jane (1831-1893): d/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, John C.: accompanied Elizabeth McNeeley Ritchey and her family; helped drive wagons; was the uncler of her deceased husband, Adam Black Ritchey

RITCHEY, Maria (1843-1879): d/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, Martha (1835-1871): d/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, Mathew Dill (1822-1890): m'd CRAIG, Mary Gillen; s/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, Samuel C. (1807- ):

RITCHEY, Sarah Elizabeth (1852-1926): d/o Mathew and Mary (Craig) Ritchey

RITCHEY, Susan (1840-1874): d/o Adam and Elizabeth (McNeely) Ritchey

RITCHEY, William Green (1853-1919): s/o Mathew and Mary (Craig) Ritchey; born on the trail at the crossing of the Green River in Wyoming on July 3, 1853

RITTER, John H.:

RITTER, Rachael:

RITTER, Solomon:

RIZEOR, Thomas H.:

ROBB, Anna Pollock ( -1887): m'd AXTELL, Flavius Josephus; settled with her family at Grand Mound, WA

ROBB, Rowland H.:

ROBBINS, Marquis L.:

ROBERTS, Nelson (1810- ): m'd [ ], Nancy Jane

*20: ROBERTS, Thomas Jr.: bound for CA

ROBIE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ROBIE, Albert Hugh (c1833-1878):

ROBINSON, Almon J.:

ROBINSON, Benaiah:

ROBINSON, John:

ROBINSON, Noah T.:

ROBINSON, Rachel (1831-1900): m'd BOND, Allen; died in Lane Co, OR

ROCKEFELLER, Albert: s/o Henry and Elinor (Hurst) Rockefeller

ROCKEFELLER, Alice: m1. MEACHAM, Harvey; m2. FOSTER, Frederick A.; m3. OUGH, [ ]; d/o William and Harriet (Hendrix) Rockefeller

ROCKEFELLER, George: s/o Henry and Elinor (Hurst) Rockefeller

ROCKEFELLER, William Hurst: m'd HENDRIX, Harriet Angeline; s/o Henry and Elinor (Hurst) Rockefeller

RODGERS/ROGERS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RODGERS, Thomas:

ROGERS, Henry M. (1827- ):

*7: ROGERS, William: member of Edward F. Beale party to CA

ROORK, Charles R. (1831- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Elizabeth M.; arrived in April of 1853 (may have come up from CA) (per Jean Spangler at jspang@teleport.com)

ROSS, George W.:

ROWELL, Zibbie M.: m'd 1861 HARRIS, Ellen

ROWLEY, Henry:

*19: ROYAL, Mr.: emigrated with family

RUBLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
RUBLE, David (1830-1907): m'd 1853 RUSSELL, Orlena

RUBLE, William (1822-1905): m'd 1844 RUSSELL, Ruth

RUCKER, Mr.:

RUSSELL, Newton:

RUSSELL, Orlena:

RUTLEDGE, Elizabeth Millicent ( -1864): m'd MATLOCK, Joseph Dewitt

RYALS, William:

*20: SACHE, Lewis:

SALTMARSH, R.:

SAMMIS, Daniel (1794- ): m'd [ ], Maria

SAMPLES, Bernetta (181-1870): m'd 07 Sep 1827 CHURCHILL, Alvah

SAMSON, Henry:

SANDERS, Frances Jane (1825-1885 ): m'd TYCER, Lewis (1806-1883)

SANFORD, James:

SANFORD, Josiah (1804- ):

SARGENT, Mr.:

SATTERFIELD, James L.:

SAVAGE, Albert:

SAVAGE, Barzilla:

SAVAGE, Erastus:

SAVAGE, James W.:

SAVAGE, M.I. Hon.:

SAVAGE, Martha:

SAVAGE, Green Berry:

SAVERY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SAVERY, Green Berry (1804-c1871): m'd c1831 SEARS, Catherine

SAWTELL, Henry C.:

SAWTELL, John:

SCHINDLER, Leonard:

SCHRAMM, Ferdinand:

SCONCE FAMILY RESEARCHER:

SCONCE, Adam: m'd HUBBARD, Margaret [photo contributed by Clara Foster; see photo gallery for listing of individuals in photo] 

SCONCE, Anna (c1850- ): d/o John and Emily (Palmer) Sconce

SCONCE, Harrison:

SCONCE, John: m'd PALMER, Emily; died prior to emigration or on trail

SCONCE, Robert H.:

SCOTT, Charlotte: m'd COYLE, James Sr.; died of cholera near Laramie, WY

SCOTT, J.H.:

SCOTT, Joseph:

SEARS, Catherine: m'd c1831 SAVERY, Green Berry; maiden name not known at this time

SEARS, Christopher:

SEARS, Valentine:

SHACKELFORD, Paul D.:

SHAW, Eliza: m'd SHAW, William; maiden name unknown at this time

SHAW, Johanna Marie: s/o John and Harriet (Harris) Shaw

SHAW, John: s/o William and Eliza Shaw

SHAW, Mariah: m'd DAKIN, Hiram; s/o John and Harriet (Harris) Shaw

SHAW, Mary Ann: m'd MCCUMBER, James Harvey; s/o John and Harriet (Harris) Shaw

SHAW, Mary Carline: d/o William and Eliza Shaw

SHAW, Sarah Margaret: d/o John and Harriet (Harris) Shaw

SHAW, Thomas: s/o William and Eliza Shaw

SHAW, William: m'd [ ], Eliza; s/o John and Harriet (Harris) Shaw

SHEETS, Zebulon:

*17) SHELTON, William (1820- ): m'd 1845 [ ], Emeline

SHERWOOD, Adam:

SHERWOOD, Frances:

SHIPLEY, Alexander David (1842-1899): Never Married; s/o Robert and Charlotte (Mulkey) Shipley

SHIPLEY, George Washington (1846-1917): m1. LIGGETT, Elizabeth; m2. 1874 Macy (SWEARINGEN) Lydia; s/o Robert and Charlotte (Mulkey) Shipley

SHIPLEY, John L. (1840-1872): m'd 1862 HENKLE, Rachel

SHIPLEY, Lewis Francis (1844-1898): m'd 1869 WILLIAMSON, Sarah Emily; s/o Robert and Charlotte (Mulkey) Shipley

SHIPLEY, Rachel (1849-1854): Never Married; s/o Robert and Charlotte (Mulkey) Shipley

SHIPLEY, Robert (1814-1883): m1. 1837 MULKEY, Charlotte; m2. 1856 GOODMAN, Elizabeth Jane

SHIPLEY, Thomas P. (1851-1876): Never married; s/o Robert and Charlotte (Mulkey) Shipley

SHIPLEY, William J. (1838-1915): s/o Robert and Charlotte (Mulkey) Shipley

SHORT, Ellen (1851-1886): m'd 20 Nov 1870 JONES, Thomas Alexander; d/o John and Mary (Clymer) Short

SHORT, Emeline "Emma" (1847-1923): m'd 06 Nov 1863 JONES, John W.; d/o John and Mary (Clymer) Short

SHORT, Jacob Robins (1841-1883): m'd 24 Nov 1864 HAUSE, Tabitha; s/o John and Mary (Clymer) Short

SHORT, John Wesley Rev. (1816-1902): m'd 21 Jan 1841 CLYMER, Mary Ann;

SHORT, Merrill (1827- ):

SHORT, Sarah Elizabeth (1845-1877): m'd 12 Mar 1863 WILLIAMS, Silas; d/o John and Mary (Clymer) Short

SHORT, William Merton (1849-1923): 10 Nov 1869 OWENS, Lutitia; s/o John and Mary (Clymer) Short

SHOTWELL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SHOTWELL, Ann E. (c1851- ): d/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHOTWELL, Cyrus S. (1846- ): s/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHOTWELL, Frank J. (1842- ): s/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHOTWELL, George W. (1849): s/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHOTWELL, Jasper N. (1844- ): s/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHOTWELL, John M. (1812-1887): m'd LEONARD, Eleanor

SHOTWELL, Margaret L. (1839- ): d/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHOTWELL, Mary E. (1847- ): d/o John and Eleanor (Leonard) Shotwell

SHRIVER, George:

SHUCK, Martin J. (1806- ): m'd 1828 [ ], Margaret

SHULTS, Mary: m'd MILLER, [ ]

SHULTZ, George:

SIMMONS, Adam N.:

SIMMONS, Benjamin:

SIMMONS, Charity M.:

SIMMONS, Charles M.:

SIMMONS, James T.:

*12 SIMMONS, Robert George (1831-1913): m'd June 10, 1864 KIGER, Charity Margaret; s/o Medad Hunt and Mary (Cusick) Simmons; mother was the sister of Capt. Robert George Cusick and Solomon Cusick.  She died in IL in 1842 so her son accompanied his uncles west. Robert was b. Nov 23, 1831 in Richland Co, IL and d. Jan 30, 1913 in Morrow County, OR.  He was the father of eight children.

*7: SIMMS, George: employee in the Edward F. Beale party to CA

SIMON, Louis Henri (1827-1904): m'd [ ], Anna A.

SIMPSON, George B.:

SIMPSON, Green Berry (1811- ):

SKAGGS, Irene Jane (1823-1889): m'd 1839 WEEKLY, William Elze; born Oct 11, 1823 in TN and died Jan 14, 1889 near Myrtle Point, Coos Co, OR; buried in Dora Cemetery, Dora, Coos Co, OR

*3: SKIPTON, Michael: hired hand on Henkle train

*3: SKIPTON, Samuel: hired hand on Henkle train

*3: SKIPTON, Thomas: hired hand on Henkle train

SLOAN, Enoch D.:

SMALL, Eliza A. (1841- ): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Elizabeth Jane (1839- ): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Emily L. (1848- ): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Harriet (1851- ): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Henry B. (1834- ): s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, John B. (1832-1855): s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small; murdered in CA

SMALL, Mathew (1836- ):  s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Rhea (1845- ): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Sarepta (1843- ): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Burnett) Small

SMALL, Susan: m'd 1834 BREWER, David

SMALL, Thomas Henderson (1810-1900): m'd BURNETT, Elizabeth

SMELSER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SMELSER, Eliza Jane: m'd SMITH, William Anderson

SMITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*2 SMITH, Albert C.: s/o [] and Clarinda (Stockton) Smith

SMITH, Andrew Mercer:

SMITH, Berryman M. (1846- ): m'd 1866 NEALY, Sarah

SMITH, Flora Alice: d/o Isaac and Margaret (Butler) Smith

SMITH, George (1807- ): m'd 1830 [ ], Susan

SMITH, George C.:

SMITH, Hiram:

SMITH, Ira S.:

SMITH, Isaac (1816-1897): m'd BUTLER, Margaret

SMITH, Isaac L.: s/o Isaac and Margaret (Butler) Smith

SMITH, James Henry: m'd BATES, Ann; James Henry Smith and Ann (Bates) Smith – arrived 7 Nov 1853 via the Free Emigrant Road (Elliott Cutoff). The located on a donation land claim near Oakland, Oregon in 1854. [Wendy Millard]

SMITH, John:

SMITH, Martha Jane: m'd c1846 HOCKERSMITH, Jackson; settled in Lane Co

SMITH, Martin:

SMITH, Mary Ann: m'd 1851 ALEXANDER, Elias J.

SMITH, Mary E. (1852-1858): d/o Isaac and Margaret (Butler) Smith; bur Butler-Davidson Cemetery, Polk Co

SMITH, Peter M.:

SMITH, Rachel M.: d/o Isaac and Margaret (Butler) Smith

SMITH, Richard:

SMITH, Rufus (1842-1920): s/o Isaac and Margaret (Butler) Smith

SMITH, Samuel (1827- ): m'd 1850 VANDUGNE, Mary Ann

SMITH, Samuel B.:

SMITH, Silas Wright (1846- ): m'd 1867 BARNEY, Esther

SMITH, Thomas:

SMITH, William Anderson: m'd SMELSER, Eliza Jane

SMITH, William Henry:

SMITH, William L.:

SNETHEN, Hannah (1796-1888): m'd 1816 LEWIS, William; born in Perry Co, KY; died near Monroe, Benton Co, OR

SNIPES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SNIPES, George R. (1832-1922): m'd 1853 IMBLER, Martha H. (1835-1901),  wife was the d/o David and Margaret (Tichenor) Imbler; married on Sept. 12, 1853 at The Dalles, OR. There are published variations of the story of George's pursuit of Martha, whose father did not approve of George and took his family west to end the courtship. The best-known one has George taking the wagon train led by the Luce brothers on the north side of the Platte River. At Salmon Falls, he found he had gotten ahead of the Imblers, who had a two week head start on him. By night, his friends secretly delivered George's letter to Martha in her parents' wagon near 15 Mile Creek. She slipped out of the camp and they brought her to meet George at The Dalles. They awakened a preacher among the emigrants and he married the pair at 2:30 in the morning, the second wedding at The Dalles.  George and Martha homesteaded near Rowena and The Dalles, where he was a prominent farmer and orchardist. They had 14 children; George's brother was Ben Snipes, a famous cattleman of the northwest, who had come west earlier. Their parents and three sisters came west in 1863 and settled in Wasco, Klickitat and Yakima counties.

SOMMERVILLE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SOMMERVILLE, Alexander "Eli" (1819-1881): m'd STEVENSON, Elizabeth; s/o John and Mary (Scott) Somerville; settled Linn Co; buried Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn Co, OR

SOMMERVILLE, Amanda (1850- ): d/o Joseph and Mary (Clark) Sommerville

SOMMERVILLE, Edgar Jefferson (1848-1929 ): m'd 1882 CORNOYER, Mary Ann Clementine; s/o Alexander and Elizabeth (Stevenson) Sommerville; Indian agent for the Umatilla Indian agency 1883; pharmacist [photo donated by Pamela Hasslen] 

SOMMERVILLE, John (1846- ): s/o Alexander and Elizabeth (Stevenson) Sommerville

SOMMERVILLE, John (1841- ): m'd GRASFIELD, Ellinore J.; s/o Joseph and Mary (Clark) Sommerville

SOMMERVILLE, Joseph (1819- ): m'd CLARK, Mary; s/o John and Mary (Scott) Somerville; settled Linn Co

SOMMERVILLE, Mandy: d/o Joseph and Mary (Clark) Sommerville

SOMMERVILLE, Mark: s/o Joseph and Mary (Clark) Sommerville


SOMMERVILLE, Mary Jane (1851-1930): m'd 1868 BLODGETT, Aristarchus Newton; d/o Alexander and Elizabeth (Stevenson) Sommerville; [photo donated by Pamela Hasslen; note picture is believed to be picture of Mary Jane and her brother, Edgar as children] 

SOMMERVILLE, Nancy (c1842- ): d/o Joseph and Mary (Clark) Sommerville

SOMMERVILLE, Winfield (c1847- ): s/o Joseph and Mary (Clark) Sommerville

SOMMERVILLE, Mr.:

SOMMERVILLE, Mrs.:

SOUTH, John D.:

SOUTH, John R.:

SOUTHWORTH, James R.:

SPARKS, Nathan M.:

SPAWN, Isaac M.:

SPAWR, Isaac (1831- ): m'd MASON, Louisa

*20: SPENCE, Thomas:

SPROULE, Andrew (1796- ):

STANNUS, Samuel:

STARR, Christopher:

STARR, John:

STARR, Milton R.:

STARR, Philip M. (1825- ): m'd RAMBO, Ann M.

STARR, William H.:

*19: STEARNS, Charlotte Emily (1827-1912): m'd 10 May 1849 PENGRA, Bynon Johns; d/o John and Amanda (Campbell) Stearns; born 01 May 1827 Addison Co, VT and died 07 Aug 1912 Springfield, Lane Co, OR; buried Laurel Grove Cemetery, Springfield, Lane Co, OR; motherof  7 children (Stella Maria, Avery Wert, Ella Velina, George Bynon, William Joel, Emma Belle and Anna Fidelia); 1889 filed for divorce in Lane Co

*19: STEARNS, John:

*19: STEARNS, Louisa (1851-1909): m'd 1871 PENGRA, William Burnham; born Nov 1851 Plattsburg, NY and died 03 Apr 1909 Roseburg, Douglas Co, OR; mother of 4 children (Edgar B., Clara B., C.A. and one name unknown)

*19: STEARNS, Orson A.:

*19: STEARNS, Velina A.:

STEPHENS, William J.:

STEPHENSON, John:

STEPHENSON, Robert E.:

STERNS, Henry Nobel:

STEVENSON FAMILY RESEARCHERS:
STEVENSON, Barbara Amelia (1836-1924): m1. 1854 CLARY, Jeptha (d.1862); m2. BAILEY, Joseph (d. 1869); m3. BAUGHER, Henry; d/o John and Sarah (Tait) Stevenson

STEVENSON, George James (c1840- ): nerver married; s/o John and Sarah (Tait) Stevenson

STEVENSON, Jane Rose "Jennie" (c1845- ): m'd MILLER, Arthur F.; d/o John and Sarah (Tait) Stevenson

STEVENSON, John Wellard: m'd TAIT, Sarah; settled for a short time in Clackamas Co, OR but by 1855 was living in Cape Horn, WA

STEVENSON, John Wellard (c1835- ): m'd Rockett (LEWIS), Hannah Margaret; s/o John and Sarah (Tait) Stevenson; settled at Cape Horn, WA

STEVENSON, Rebecca Ann (c1838- ): m1. MILLS, Jacob; m2. KERNS, John; d/o John and Sarah (Tait) Stevenson

STEVENSON, Sarah Augusta (1842-1926): m'd CHASE, James Winslow; d/o John and Sarah (Tait) Stevenson

STEWART FAMILY RESEARCHERS:
STEWART, Agnes (1832- ): m'd 1859 WARNER, Thomas Elliott; d/o John and Janet Stewart

STEWART, Elizabeth Young: m'd 1853 WARNER, Frederick; d/o John and Janet Stewart; married Frederick Warner 5/2/1853 in St Joseph, Mo. The day before they left for Oregon.

STEWART, George F.:

STEWART, Helen Marney (1825- ): m'd 1855 LOVE, David S.; d/o John and Janet Stewart; buried in Love Cemetery/Love Ranch on Goose Creek near Baker City

*15: STEWART, James (1814- ): 1836 [ ], Sophia

STEWART, James:

STEWART, Jennette: d/o James Stewart & Mary Ann Stewart; was traveling with family members in main train with her grandparents, John & Jannett Stewart, when her parents turned off to Salt Lake, Utah. She went on to Oregon as  a member of the "lost wagon train"; twin to Edward who went to Marysville, CA with the rest of their family in 1854. Her Father,James Stewart, came to Oregon and took her back to her family in Marysville, CA somewhere around 1856. date unsure.

STEWART, Jesse: d/o James Stewart; was traveling with family members in main train when her parents turned off and became members of the "lost wagon train"

STEWART, John (1785-1857): m'd 1920 SMILIE, Janet; disappeared 26 Dec 1857 when he left to deliver presents to his daughter, Mary, who lived 2 miles away; was never found

STEWART, John: s/o James and Mary Ann Stewart;  went with his family to Marysville, CA in 1854 after spending the winter of 1853 in Salt Lake, Utah.  He was not on the “Lost Wagon Train”

STEWART, Lorenzo:

STEWART, Mary Ann: m'd 1845 WARNER, John M.; m2. 1859 SIMMONS, William; d/o John and Janet Stewart; m’d John M. Warner on 12/25/1845 in PA. She divorced John Warner in 1858 and Married William Simmons on 10/29/1859.

STEWART, William C.:

STOCKTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
STOCKTON, Clarinda ( -1854): m'd SMITH, []

STOCKTON, Cynthia Ellen: m'd KNOX, Samuel Barton

STOCKTON, Mr.: driving 1200 head of sheep to CA

STONE, Samuel (1814- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Zerilda

STOOPS, John: m'd PARKER, Phoebe; John and Phoebe (Parker) Stoops also arrived in 1853 on the same wagon train as the Mathews family. Also emigrating were their children William Stoops, Malinda Stoops, Julia Ann Stoops, and Martha E. Stoops. Their claim in the Lost Valley area of Lane County (near Pleasant Hill) was settled 1 Nov 1853. [Wendy Millard]

STOOPS, Malinda J.: m'd MATHEWS, David Cleveland; David Cleveland Mathews and Malinda J. (Stoops) Mathews – David, a boy of 13, and Malinda, a girl of 6, came to Oregon on the same wagon train in 1853. David was the son of Thomas Moffitt Mathews (above) and Malinda was the daughter of John Stoops and stepmom Phoebe Parker Stoops. David was the boy who found the lost wagon train of the Elliott cutoff. They grew up and married 11 Jun 1865. [Wendy Millard]

STORMANT, James W.:

STOWELL, John B. (1836- ):

STRONG, Horace M.:

STUART, Robert:

STUCKER, Bernetta Jane (1852-1930): m'd DAVIS, James Franklin; d/o Henry and Martha (Churchill) Stucker

STUCKER, Henry (1829- ): m'd 24 Aug 1851 CHURCHILL, Martha Ann

STURGES, Aaron: 

SULLENS, Isaac M.:

SUMMER, Eli:

SUMPTER, Alexander:

SUMPTER, Melinda (1836-1926): m'd 1852 COMPTON, James William; d/o Alexander Sumpter; first child was born March 16, 1853 just 11 days before they left in wagon train for Oregon; mother of 14 children; husband homesteaded in Lane county and later moved to Linn county.

SUMPTER, Susan E.:

SUTT, John Henry:

SWAGGART, Nelson:

*20: SWANBOROUGH, Mr.: one of his sons bound for CA

SWANK, Elizabeth (1833-1916): m'd 10 Apr 1853 ARCHIBALD, Stephen James

SWANK, Peter C.:

SWANK, William:

SWARTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
SWARTS, Alonzo (1835-1906): m'd MATTHEWS, Julia; s/o Simon Swarts; bur Lee Mission Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

SWARTS, David (1830-1885): s/o Simon and Polly Swarts

SWARTS, Hannah: d/o Simon and Polly Swarts

SWARTS, Harriet Amelia:

SWARTS, Kathryn Jane: d/o Simon and Polly Swarts

SWARTS, Levi Charles Alfred:

SWARTS, Margaret

SWARTS, Melissa

SWARTS, R.L. (1841-1923): s/o Simon and Polly Swarts; bur Lee Mission Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

SWARTS, Simon: m'd [], Polly

TAIT, Sarah: m'd STEVENSON, John Wellard

TARTER, Robert (1816- ): m'd 1845 ESTES, Susan A.:

TATE FAMILY RESEARCHER: 
TATE, J.P.:  traveled with mother, Elizabeth Keiffer Tate Moon, and step-father, Joseph Moon

TATE, William O.: traveled with mother, Elizabeth Keiffer Tate Moon, and step-father, Joseph Moon

TATEM, Richard:

TAYLOR, Darius William (1827- ): m'd 1851 BUTTS, Melissa Willa

TAYLOR, George N.: departed IA Apr 14, 1853 and arrived Oregon City Oct 12, 1853

TAYLOR, Stephen D. (1828- ): m'd 1851 [ ], Mary Jane

TEEL, Joseph:

TEEL, Phebe (1790-1869): m1. GUNSAULES, James; m2. COX, [ ]; bur Jefferson Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

TEMPLETON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TEMPLETON, Elisa Edmonson (1850-1853): d/o James and Margaret (Adams) Templeton; it is believed she may have died prior to or just after emigration began

TEMPLETON, James Cessna (1833-1899): s/o James and Mary (Cessna) Templeton

TEMPLETON, James Cloyd (1804-1879): m1. 1825 Mary Jane Cessna; m2. 1842 Margret Elisabeth Adams; s/o James and Elizabeth (Edmondson) Templeton

TEMPLETON, John Alexander (1829-1909): s/o James and Mary (Cessna) Templeton

TEMPLETON, Margret Elon (1835-1912): m'd 1852 OLIVER, Ruben J.; d/o James and Mary (Cessna) Templeton

TEMPLETON, Martha Melvina (1847-1874): m'd 1865 OGDEN, Samuel; d/o James and Margaret (Adams) Templeton

TEMPLETON, Mary Elizabeth (1831-1898): m'd 1850 MENDENHALL, Thomas; d/o James and Mary (Cessna) Templeton

TEMPLETON, Nancy Jane (1839-1906): m'd 1857 SALING, Peter; d/o James and Mary (Cessna) Templeton

TEMPLETON, Rachel Amanda (1837-1930): m'd 1852 OLIVER, Nicholas; s/o James and Mary (Cessna) Templeton

TEMPLETON, Samuel Milton (1852-1888): m'd 1877 FLINCHER, Anna Mehala; s/o James and Margaret (Adams) Templeton

THARP, Susan W.:

THAYER, Andrew Jackson: m'd 1842 CHANDLER, Melissa D.; came to OR after death of first child; brother, William Wallace Thayer came to OR later and became governor or OR

THIELE, Friedrick August (1808-1896): m'd 10 Apr 1843 KRITENSTEIN, Wilheminie Louisa; Friedrick was born 3 July 1808 in Halberstat, Prussia and died 16 July 1896 in Rice Valley, Douglas County, Oregon;  he Filed to become a citizen 5 May 1849, Chariton County, Missouri.  Friedrick arrived in Oregon 20 October 1853 and filed Oregon Donation Land Claim #931  Umpqua County, Oregon

THOMPKINS, Mary ( -c1856): m'd 1826 BELL, Nathaniel ; had a son named Oliver Perry Potts at the time she married Nathaniel Bell but there is no indication there was a marriage between Mary Thompkins and anyone named Potts;  her name on the marriage certificate when she married Nathaniel Bell was Mary Thompkins

THOMPSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
THOMPSON, David (1806- ):

THOMPSON, Hattie:

THOMPSON, James:

THOMPSON, Nancy (1814- ): m'd MCCULLOCH, William N.; d/o Jesse Johnson

THOMPSON, Permelia:

THOMPSON, S.G. (1841- ):

*20: THOMPSON, William:  Reminiscences of Colonel William Thompson, note that although this reminiscence states that Thompson came in 1852 the names and events he mentions actually appear to be a reference to 1853.

THOMSON, Jeremiah B.:

THOMSON, Origen:

THORNTON, H.G.:

THORP, Benjamin Thomas (c1826 -1854): s/o William and Elizabeth Thorp; some sources say he emigrated in 1852

THORP, Elizabeth (1804- ): m'd 1825 THORP, William; maiden name unknown at this time

THORP, James Riley (1828- ): m1. CLOCK, Sarah; m2. HUMPHREYS, Susan W.; s/o William and Elizabeth Thorp  

THORP, John Thomas: s/o William and Elizabeth Thorp; some sources say he emigrated in 1852

THORP, William (1802- ): m'd [ ], Elizabeth

THORP, William J.: m'd 1856 WOOD, Martha Jane

THURMAN, Mary L.: m'd HUBBARD, [ ]

TIBBETTS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TIBBETTS, Albert Thomas (1844-1891): m'd MCKISSICK, Katherine; s/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Elizabeth Jane (1832- ): m'd HAMBLIN, David Brower; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Flora Ann (1847- ): m'd HERMAN, Binger S.; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Francis Marion (1837-1912): m1. LIFE, Sarah Ann; m2. GRIMWALD, Georgiana; s/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Jonathan Snow (1804-1885): m'd REDDING, Mary

TIBBETTS, Lois Vanilla (1850-1924): m1. WHITTLESEY, Edward; m2. AVERY, Daniel; m3. CRAVEN, Louis; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Mary Eliza (1835- ): m'd KNOTT, Andrew Jackson; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Oregon Andrew (1853- ): s/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts; born after arrival in OR

TIBBETTS, Sarah Emily (1840-1919): m'd LADD, John Pickett; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIBBETTS, Sophia Ellen (1842-1926): m'd MCKINNEY, James L.; d/o Jonathan and Mary (Redding) Tibbetts

TIERNAN, Mr.:

TIMBERLAKE, Martha Jane: m'd BERRY, Thomas F.

TITUS, Martin:

TODD, John:

TOMLINSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
TOMLINSON, James: m'd SHORT, Mary

TOMLINSON, Samuel C.: m'd WHITE, Elizabeth; s/o James and Mary (Short) Tomlinson

TOPPLETON, Edgar:

TOWNER, Van Buren:

TOWNSEND, William M. (c1836-1916): m'd 1863 SNYDER, Anna Maria

TRAPP, Sarah (1805- ): m'd 25 Dec 1821 HENDERSON, Perman G.; Sarah was born 27 Aug 1805 TN; mother of 13 children

*3: TROXEL, Frederick: hired hand on Henkle train

*3: TROXEL, Strod: hired hand on Henkle train

*3: TROXEL, William: hired hand on Henkle train

TRUMBLE, Palmyra Eliza: m'd 1847 MASIKER, George

TUCKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:

TUCKER, Thomas (1810-1878): m'd 1831 LEMON, Hester [photo contributed by Andrea Adrian Healy] 


TUCKER, William Brown (1852-1926): m'd HENDRICKS, Filena; s/o Thomas and Hester (Lemon) Tucker [photo contributed by Andrea Adrian Healy]

TUCKNESS, William James: m'd BAKER, Parmelia

TUCKNESS, Harriet Elizabeth (1849- ): m'd 1867 BAILEY, George S.

TURNER, Henrietta: m'd WELLS, George A.

TURNER, Samuel:

TUTHILL, Luther G. (1830- ):

TUTTLE, Martha Ann: m'd MCCAIN, [ ]; departed Knoxville Apr 18, 1853 and arrived Jacksonville fall of 1853; traveled Southern route

TYCER, Fredonia: m'd WRIGHT, John

TYCER, John W. (1838- ): s/o Lewis and Sarah (Wright) Tycer

TYCER, James E. (1830-1912): s/o Lewis and Sarah (Wright) Tycer

TYCER, Lewis (1806-1883 ): m1. WRIGHT, Sarah Angeline; m2. c1846 SANDERS, Frances Jane (1825-1885)

TYCER, Mary Susan (1847- ): m'd WINDOM, Nathaniel; d/o Lewis and Frances (Sanders) Tycer

TYCER, Orville (1832-1916): s/o Lewis and Sarah (Wright) Tycer

TYCER, Tennessee (1834-1932): m'd 1853 LEWIS, Preston; d/o Lewis and Sarah (Wright) Tycer

*3) ULLARY, Child1: d/o John and Eliza (Goodlin) Ullary

*3) ULLARY, Child2: d/o John and Eliza (Goodlin) Ullary

*3) ULLARY, John (1825- ): m'd GOODLIN, Eliza

UMENHOFER, William (1826- ):

UMPHREY, Albert (1839-1926): m'd FRANK, Lydia A.; s/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey

UMPHREY, John Thomas (1841-1887): m1. GORDON, Cynthia; m2. 1871 FRASER, Eliza; s/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey

UMPHREY, Julia Ann (1833 -1928): m'd 1852 PARKER, Allan Ethan; d/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey; emigrated in 1852 with her husband; see 1852 listing

UMPHREY, Mary Catherine (1836-1926): m'd 1856 PARKER, Moses; d/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey; buried Sandridge Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

UMPHREY, Matilda Samantha (1851- ): m'd 1867 COWAN, Columbus W.; d/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey

UMPHREY, Sarah Elizabeth.(c1834-1923): m'd 1855 COOPER, Bazzel W.; d/o Thomas Henry and Nancy Jane (Driscoll) Umphrey

UMPHREY, Thomas Henry (1810-1888): m'd 1832 DRISCOLL, Nancy Jane; buried Albany Masonic Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

VAIL, Joel:

VANDERPOOL, James W.:

VEGHTE, Margaret:

VEGHTE, William S.:

VEGHTE, Rachel: m'd 1851 FITZPATRICK, John

VENABLE, Francis Marion (1825-1911): m'd 1850 HUBBARD, Jane M.; moved to Washington in 1859 where he was involved in establishing the town of Goldendale; moved back and forth across the Columbia River; died in Rufus, Sherman Co, OR

VENABLE, Richard Anderson: m'd 1853 HUBBARD, Nancy Jane; married on trail

VENABLE, Sarah Elvira: m'd HUBBARD, Joseph H.

VENATOR, Jezrell (1820-1887): m'd 1851 MILLER, Eliza

VERGON, Catherine (1811-1878): m'd 1827 MATHIOT, J.J.

VERNON, Allen Creath (1844-1915): m'd 1864 WHEATON, Ruth; s/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, Charity M. (1831-1887): d/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, George Washington (c1812-1879): m'd 1828 GREENWAY, Rebecca; s/o Nehemiah and Charity (Stark) Vernon

VERNON, George Washington Greenway (1839-1909): m'd 1864 SLATE, Leah Caroline; s/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, John Jackson (1837-1910): m'd 1863 WHEATON, Isabella; s/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, Leah Jane (1842-1919): m'd 1864 HOUCK, Daniel; d/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, Mary "Polly" (1829-1866): m'd STEPHENS, (Unknown); d/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, Minerva Ellen (1849-1868): m'd 1865 BEARD, Thomas; d/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, Mulkey (1834-1882): m'd 1864 SLATE, Laura B.; s/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VERNON, Rachel Melissa (1852-1936): m'd 1871 KNIGHTON, Henry; d/o George W. and Rebecca (Greenway) Vernon

VIESSMAN, John (1806- ): m'd 1844 [ ], Eva

VIRDEN, Margaret (1809-1888): m'd 08 Feb 1827 HOWARD, Johnathan Booth; born 20 Jan 1809 SC; settled in Beaver Creek, Clackamas County, OR with husband and children; died 13 Aug 1888 Polk Co, OR at the home of her daughter, Rachel; buried Carus Cemetery, Carus, Clackamas Co, OR; mother of twelve children (John Eager, Rebecca Nelson, Amos Evans, DeKalb, Pulaski Jackson, Nancy Verin, Baltimore, Madison, Rachel, Rudolph S., Thomas Ritchie and George Lillie)

*7: WAGNER, J.: employee in Edward F. Beale party to CA

WAGNON, George B.:

WALDRIP, James:

Crittenden Fruit WALKER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WALKER, Crittenden Fruit (1820-1853): m'd MYER, Mary Ann; died in Utah Territory, murdered by a fellow wagon train traveler; s/o Samuel H. and Elizabeth [Fruit] Walker

WALKER, Enoch F. (1814-1900): m'd 1840 Walker, Lewhetta; s/o Samuel H. and Elizabeth [Fruit] Walker; desc states that wife may have been cousin

WALKER, Francis M.:

*3: WALKER, James: s/o Michael and Sarah Walker

*3: WALKER, Jesse: s/o Michael and Sarah Walker

WALKER, John P. (1822- ): m'd c 1851 [], Mary Ann [the widow of John's brother, Crittenden Fruit Walker]; s/o Samuel H. and Elizabeth [Fruit] Walker

WALKER, Lewhetta: m'd 1840 WALKER, Enoch F; desc states that Lewhetta is believed to be a cousin of her husband

*3: WALKER, Martha: d/o Michael and Sarah Walker

WALKER, Martha A. (1834- ): m'd BARRON, Hugh F.; d/o Samuel H. and Elizabeth [Fruit] Walker

WALKER, Mary Elizabeth (1822- ): m'd GRUBB, Samuel; d/o Samuel H. and Elizabeth [Fruit] Walker

*3: WALKER, Michael H.: m'd [ ], Sarah;

WALKER, Minus (1825-1875): m'd 1869 ERB, Phoebe J.; s/o Samuel H. and Elizabeth [Fruit] Walker

*3: WALKER, Nancy: m'd HENKLE, William; d/o Michael Walker

WALKER, Sarah: m'd WALKER, Michael; maiden name unknown at this time

WALKER, William T.:

WARD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WARD, Basil Soper: s/o Jesse and Exeline (Cason) Ward

WARD, Dillis Burgess (c1838- ): m'd BILES, Isabella; s/o Jesse Ward; later taught school in Grand Mound, WA where he met and married Isabella

WARD, Frazier (1832- ): m'd FLOURNOY, Mary Ann; s/o Samuel and Isabella (Marshall) Ward; father of 10 children; mother died when Frazier was 5 and he was bound out by the county to Capt. Wyatt, a fine old man; drove wagon to OR for Ambrose Newton in the Flournoy party; mined in the Sterling Mine in '58 and '59; 1859 settled at Melrose (six miles west of Roseburg); was postmaster at Melrose for over 20 years

WARD, Hester Louretta: d/o Jesse and Exeline (Cason) Ward

WARD, Ira:

WARD, Jesse (1796-1871): m1. ; m2. CASON, Exeline (she m1. [] Baltimore); settled Marion Co; buried Stipp Cemetery, Marion Co, OR

WARD, Kirkwood Clay: s/o Jesse and Exeline (Cason) Ward

WARD, Michael B.:

WARFIELD, Alfred (1853- ): s/o Samuel and Melinda (Morgan) Warfield

WARFIELD, Jesse: s/o Samuel Warfield and his first wife

WARFIELD, Melinda: m'd VINSON, Thomas; m'd Samuel Warfield and his first wife

WARFIELD, Phoebe: m'd HILL, John; d/o Samuel Warfield and his first wife

WARFIELD, Samuel: m1. ; m2. MORGAN, Melinda; reportedly killed chief Peu-peu-mox-mox

WARFIELD, Thomas: s/o Samuel Warfield and his first wife

WARNER, Janet Smilie; d/o John Warner & Mary Ann Stewart; b.1847 in PA was on the “Lost Wagon Train”.

WARNER, Frederick Young; s/o John Warner & Mary Ann Stewart; b. 1849 in PA was on the “Lost Wagon Train”.

WARNER, John Stewart; s/o John Warner & Mary Ann Stewart: b. 1851 in PA, d. 1853 on the “lost Wagon Train” near what is now John Day, OR.

WARNER, John M.; brother of Frederick & Thomas Warner m’d Mary Ann Stewart on 12/25/1845 in PA.  He left his family in 1856 and was divorced in 1858.  He was on the “Lost Wagon Train”.

WARNER, Frederick; brother of John M. and Thomas Warner married Elizabeth Stewart 5/2/1853 in St Joseph, Mo. The day before they left for Oregon. He was on the “Lost Wagon Train”.

WARNER, Thomas Elliott; brother of John M. and Frederick Warner; b. 1836 in PA.; m’d Agnes Stewart 9/9/1859. He was on the “Lost Wagon Train”.

WARNOCK, Presley:

WARREN, Delanty (1836- ): d/o Willis and Anna (Lansing) Warren; shown in 1850 census and is presumed to have accompanied family west; may have been married at the time or married soon after

WARREN, Emmett Lansing (1833-1922): m'd ZUMWALT, Nancy Matilda; s/o Willis and Anna (Lansing) Warren

WARREN, James Henry (1838-1918): never married; s/o Willis and Anna (Lansing) Warren

WARREN, William Orlando (1840-1910): m'd 28 Dec 1863 ARGO, Mary Elizabeth; s/o Willis and Anna (Lansing) Warren

WARREN, Willis: (1803-c1875): m'd c1830 LANSING, Anna

WASHBURN, Thomas:

WATERS, Abner Walter (1833- ): m'd 1855 [ ], Mary Ann

WATERS, Edward Burris (1807-1879): m'd 1836 GRIFFITH, Sarah

WATERS, John (1839- ): s/o Edward and Sarah (Griffith) Waters

WATERS, John Morrison (1832- ):

WATERS. Martha Ann (1851-1925): m'd 1868 HOLMAN, Nathaniel; d/o Edward and Sarah (Griffith) Waters

WATERS, Mary Jane (1847-1911): m'd 1871 TURNER, William MacDonald; d/o Edward and Sarah (Griffith) Waters

WATERS, Sarah Catherine (1843-1914): m'd 1859 GILLIAM, Marcus deLafayette

WATERS, William (1837- ): s/o Edward and Sarah (Griffith) Waters 

WEAVER FAMILY RESEARCHER:

WEAVER, Hans: m'd BIGHAM, Harriet  [photo contributed by Shirley Weaver Sipler]

WEBORN, Ann: m'd BEESON, John

WEDDLE FAMILY RESEARCHER
*17) WEDDLE, Anthony (1820- ): m'd 1841 [  ], Emeline

*17) WEDDLE, Elijah (1834- ): m'd 1855 [ ], Margaret Ann

WEEKLY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WEEKLY, Isaac Taylor (1850-1919): m'd 1873 KRANTZ, Queen Victoria; born Aug 1, 1850 in Benton Co, MO;s /o William and Irene (Skaggs) Weekly; died Oct 11, 1918 near Coquille, OR; buried at Dora Cemetery, Dora, Coos Co, OR; was County Commissioner in Coos County, OR in 1896 and 1899

WEEKLY, John Samuel (1842- ): m1 FISH, Emily R.; m2. GODFREY, Mary Jane; s/o William and Irene (Skaggs) Weekly

WEEKLY, Ursula Ann (1852-1915): m'd 1870 ROSE, Innis E.; d/o William and Irene (Skaggs) Weekly; died in Myrtle Point, Coos Co, OR

WEEKLY, William Elze (1812-1889): m'd 1839 SKAGGS, Irene Jane; born 17 May 1812 in Nelson Co, KY and died Nov 23, 1889 in Gravelford, Coos Co, OR; buried in Dora Cemetery, Dora, Coos Co, OR

WEHRHEIM, Henry:

WELCH, George:

WELCH, Rostun:

WELLS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WELLS, Commodore Perry:

WELLS, George A.: m'd TURNER, Henrietta

WELLS, Richard (c1851- ): s/o George and Henrietta (Turner) Wells

WELLS, William:

WEST, Calvin B.:

WEST, Edward H.:

WEST, George Miller:

WESTFALL FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WESTFALL, Levi: settled near Bully Creek in Malheur County.  The town of Westfall, now a ghost town, was named for him.

WHEALDON, Alfred:

WHEATON, John:

WHEELER, Mary Buck:

WHITAKER, Jacob:

Chapman WHITE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WHITE, Chapman Maupin ( -1912): started for CA by ship in 1849 but became ill and turned back; emigrated by trail to OR in 1853; went to San Francisco by water

WHITE, Sanford H.:

WHITE, William C.:

WHITELEY, John:

*11: WHITNER, Mr.:

WHITTAKER, Anna Mary:

WHITTAKER, James:

WICHSER, Jacob:

WICHSER, Melchior:

WILCOX, Harriet Catherine (1850-1879): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Johnson) Wilcox

WILCOX, John Delbert (1853-1938): s/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Johnson) Wilcox

WILCOX, Margaret Adelaide (1846-1935): d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (Johnson) Wilcox

WILCOX, Thomas James (1822-1893): m'd 1845 JOHNSON, Elizabeth Jane

WILEY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WILEY, Amanda Jane (1851- ): m'd 1868 FARMER, Samuel; m2. 1874 REXFORD, Ensign; living in Wichita, TX in 1902

WILEY, Andrew (1819-1920): m'd 1843 HIGGINS, Lucy; m2. 1865 SMITH, Elizabeth (Settle) Mrs.; settled with family near Foster, Linn Co, OR; first to settle on the east side of Wiley Creek, which was names in his honor; resided there until his death; was a hunter and trapper; was instrumental in the discovery of the Sanitam Pass which opened up Central Oregon's lush grasslands to the Willamette Valley; until 1921 this route was known as the Wiley Trail; a toll gate was established and the Mountain House was built to collect fees; Andrew and his wife were the first operators of this facility; father of 15 children

WILEY, Charles T. (1848-1853): s/o Andrew and Lucy (Higgins) Wiley; died and is buried on the Oregon trail

WILEY, Mary Emeline (1846- ): m'd 1864 DAVIS, John J.; buried Riverside Cemetery, Linn Co, OR

WILHITE, Lydia: m'd DECKARD, Anderson

WILLIAMS, George H. (1823-1910):

WILLIAMS, William J.:

*20: WILLIAMS, William ( -1853): died 10 Jul 1853 at 934 miles from St. Joseph and 136 miles from Ft. Hall at Bear River Valley of dissentry

WILLIS, Albert G.: *2

WILLIS, Stephen D.: m'd [ ], Nancy; settled in Douglas Co south of Dillard on Willis Creek which had placer gold finds *2

WILLIS, William R.: *2

WILLSON RESEARCHER:
WILLSON, Caroline (1842- ): d/o Samuel and Sarah (Delaney) Willson

WILLSON, Josephus (1846- ): s/o Samuel and Sarah (Delaney) Willson

WILLSON, Lewis Fenton (1836- ): s/o Samuel and Sarah (Delaney) Willson


WILLSON, Rhoda E. (1837-1898): m'd HODGES, Monroe; d/o Samuel and Sarah (Delaney) Willson [photo contributed by George Cassady]
 

*20: WILLSON, Samuel (c1807-1853): m'd 1834 DELANEY, Sarah; Samuel died 15 Aug 1853 on Burnt River, possibly near the split with the Snake River; his wife continued on to Benton county where she settled and remarried Charles Johnson   [Willson Newsletter Vol 3  and Willson Newsletter Vol 4  featuring Samuel and Sarah Willson, compiled and contributed by Sharon Hobart; be patient it is a large file; photo contributed by Sharon Hobart]
 

WILLSON, Sarah Jane (1840- ): d/o Samuel and Sarah (Delaney) Willson

WILLSON, William (1832- ): s/o Samuel and Sarah (Delaney) Willson

Oscar Fitzallen WILSON RESEARCHER:
WILSON, Gholson:

WILSON, James Harvey (1811- ): m'd 1842 [ ], Mary

WILSON, James L.:

WILSON, John (1826-1900):

WILSON, John (1808- ):

WILSON, John Patrick:

WILSON , Margaret (1806- ):  m'd 1822 Ira B. Henderson; started for Oregon with family in fall of 1849 but husband took ill in IL and was unable to proceed until spring of 1850 when the family moved on to St. Joseph, MO.  Ira B. Henderson took ill again and died 12 July of 1852; in the spring of 1853 Margaret and their 7 children joined a wagon train for Oregon; settled in Linn Co near what was then Union Point [photo contributed by Lynn Hagen]

WILSON, Oscar Fitzallen (1827-1858): m'd BATCHELLOR, Phebe; Oscar Fitzallen Wilson Letter

WILSON, Penelope Jane ( -1922): m'd HUMPHREYS, William Jehu

WILSON, WIlliam (1818- ): m'd 1842 RAMBO, Lorina

WING, Alanson:

WINGERT, Samuel:

WIRTH, Martin:

WITHERS, John E. (1830- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Margaret S.

WITHERS, Peter:

WOLFARD, Erhard:

WOLFARD, John:

WOLVERTON, John (1822- ): m'd 1847 [ ], Mary Jane

WOLVERTON, Mary Jane: m'd 1847 WOLVERTON, John; maiden name unknown at this time

*3: WOOD, Abraham: m'd HENKLE, [ ]; s/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood; settled west if Philomath, OR

WOOD, Albert Talkington (1849- ): m'd 1876 PERKINS, Sarah Ann; s/o Francis and Malana (Simpson) Wood

WOOD, Alexander:

*3: WOOD, Amos: s/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, Charles L.: s/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, Elizabeth: m'd HENKLE, Jacob Jr.; d/o Jesse and Rachel (Chenowith) Wood

WOOD, Francis Marion (1814-1864): m'd 1839 SIMPSON, Malana "Lena"; s/o Jarrett and Susanna (Clark) Wood

WOOD, Harriet (1839-1863): m'd 1855 LAST, Michael; d/o Francis and Malana (Simpson) Wood

WOOD, Henry Calvin (1845-1927): m'd 1877 RHODES, Susan J.; s/o Francis and Malana (Simpson) Wood

*3: WOOD, Jesse (1804-1890): m1. CHENOWITH, Rachel; m2. HENKLE, Margaret; s/o William and Mary Wood

*3: WOOD, Jesse F.: s/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, John: s/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, Joseph C. (c1830- ): m'd 1852 BARKER, Caroline; s/o Jesse and Rachel (Chenowith) Wood

*3: WOOD, Mahala J.: d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

WOOD, Malinda Jane (1843-1926): m'd 1873 HEDGEPATH, Joel; d/o Francis and Malana (Simpson) Wood

*3: WOOD, Martha: d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, Mary:

*3: WOOD, Mary: m'd HENKLE, Andrew Jackson; d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

WOOD, Melissa (1841- ): m'd 1857 HASTINGS, John Campbell; d/o Francis and Malana (Simpson) Wood

*3: WOOD, Phoebe: d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

WOOD, Rebecca Ann (1829-1865): m'd 1847 CUSTER, Ruel; died of typhoid fever; buried Jefferson Cemetery, Marion Co, OR; was the step-daughter of John Y. Streithoff who came to OR in 1845

*3: WOOD, Sarah Ellen: d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, Susan: d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

WOOD, Susan Elvira (1843- ): m'd NEWCOMB, William F.; d/o Francis and Malana (Simpson) Wood

*3: WOOD, Susanna: m'd 1862 NEWTON, Gamaliel; d/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, William: s/o Jesse and Margaret (Henkle) Wood

*3: WOOD, William Newton (1848-1935): m'd 1894 BLACK, Alice Myrtle; buried Fircrest Cemetery, Polk Co, OR

WOODCOCK, M.:

WOODCOCK, William C.: departed from Albany, NY Mar 1, 1853 and arrived St. Johns, OR Sep 29, 1853

WOODRUFF, Emerson A.:

WOODRUFF, Sarah Levina: m'd 1853 HAYES, Henry Elijah

WOOLERY, Mrs. ( -1936):

WORKMAN, Nancy Frances (1823-1927): m'd 1848 BILYEU, John Long

WRIGHT, Albert:

WRIGHT, Edward P. (1826- ):

WRIGHT, Huston: wife died on trail

WRIGHT, Huston Mrs. ( -1853): m'd WRIGHT, Huston

WRIGHT, John Summerville  (1833-1877 ): m'd TYCER, Fredonia Francis

WRIGHT, Lydia Pollard (1833-1903): PLIMPTON, Silas Bullard; d/o Nathaniel and Judith (Farmer) Wright; b. 26 Sep 1833

WYCOFF, Peter:

WYLAND, John:

YODER, Jonas ( -1894):

YOUNG, George:

*7: YOUNG, Henry: employee in Edward F. Beale party to CA

YOUNG, Irene (1818-1887): m'd BLISH, [ ]

YOUNG, Samuel:

YOUNGER, Coleman:

YOUNGER, I.:

YOUNGER, Littleton P.:

ZEVELY, John Martin:

ZOOSMAN, Moses:


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