Oregon Pioneer Photo Gallery

 

Sarah Caroline Palmer
Pioneer of 1854
with husband, Gearshum Vanatta

Phoebe Parker
with husband, John Stoops  and family
Pioneers of 1853

Thomas Parrott
Pioneer of 1847
with wife, Ann Eliza (Rhoades) Parrott -Wedding

Catherine Parrott
Pioneer of 1847
with husband, Lewis Henry Rhoades, in later years

Catherine Parrott
Pioneer of 1847
with husband, Lewis Henry Rhoades, and family in 1885

Thomas Parrott
Pioneer of 1847
with wife, Ann Eliza (Rhoades) Parrott at Portland

Lillian Estella Patton
d/o Thomas and Frances (Cooke) Patton
wife of John David McCully
Pioneers of 1851
photo believed to have been taken c1896

contributed by
Peggy Rowe

contribured by
Wendy Millard

contributed by
Karen Faunce

contributed by
Karen Faunce

contributed by
Karen Faunce

contributed by
Karen Faunce

contributed by
Russell Miller

             

Matthew Patton
Pioneer of 1847
with a woman thought to be Mary "Polly" (Grimes) Patton, his wife

Robert Jesse Patton
Pioneer of 1847

William Thompson Patton
Pioneer of 1850

James Pearl
Pioneer of 1852
 L-R Front Row: James Pearl and Rex Allingham on the lap of Eva Pearl Allinghamin
(L-R) Back Row: Joseph Pearl (son  of James) and John Rush Pearl (father of Eva and son of Joseph, also a pioneer)

James Pearl
Pioneer of 1852
From left to right front row :Possiby Peleg Fruit (1829?); wife? Martha Teeters Fruit (1838) holding grandchild?; Jared Birt Michael  (1840), pioneer 1847; his sister, Marinda Michael Pearl Keeney, 1847 Pioneer, Back row left to right: Emma Michael Fruit (1864), daughter of Eli Michael and wife of Martin; Martin Fruit (1862), son of Peleg; John Senger (1854), to California 1862; his wife Mary Elizabeth �Lizzie� Pearl Senger (1857), granddaughter of James Pearl, daughter of John Pearl and Marinda Michael, with infant, possibly a grandchild Wilma Ruth Warren (1903). Michaels and Martin Fruit and wife identified by Hazel Pearl Templeton. She thought the picture was taken about 1905.

Marinda (Michael) Pearl
Pioneer of 1847
wife of James Pearl
photo taken c1900

John Barton Pennington
Pioneer of 1843
This photo was taken in Fresno, CA c1890

contributed by
Jean Rotter

contributed by
Jean Rotter

contributed by
Jean Rotter

contributed by
Clyde Senger

contributed by
Clyde Senger

contributed by
Clyde Senger

contributed by
Steve Crawford

             


  

Keturah Penton
Pioneer of 1848
Keturah (Penton) Belknap c1910 when she was approx 90.
Back row l-r: Harry Belknap Tozier, Lusina (Belknap) Tozier, Lumon Smith, Corena (Tozier) Smith
Front row l-r: Vera Smith Lang, Keturah (Penton) Belknap, Vern Smith

Elizabeth (Crandall) Perry
Pioneer of 1845
wife of William Francis Perry
William Francis Perry
Pioneer of 1845

Harriet Elizabeth (Pierson) Hawn
Pioneer of 1843
wife of Jacob Hawn, d/o John and Thankful (Wilcox) Pierson

Alonzo M. Poe
Poneer of 1845
Poe is pictured on left
William W. Miller standing and Isaac Ebey on right c1855

Ed S. Porter
born 1860 in Oregon
s/o John and Annie (White) Porter, Pioneers of 1853
husband of Margaret Luticia "Lu" Hubbard
early Silverton Banker

Margaret Luticia (Hubbard) Porter
wife of Ed S. Porter
d/o Joseph and Sarah (Venable) Hubbard

contributed by
Jim Tompkins
published in "On Her Way Rejoicing, Keturah Belknap's Chronicle", edited by Charlotte and John Hook 

   

contributed by
Gina McBride

contributed by
Leon J. Lyell

contributed by
Clara Foster

contributed by
Clara Foster
             

   

Polly Porter
Pioneer of 1842
wife of Andrew D. Smith, a pioneer of 1842

Walter English Post
with wife, Effie May (Tucker) Post
Wedding of 1904
s/o Asbel G. Post

Elizabeth Rebecca Poujade
d/o Dr. J.P. Poujade
photo taken 1860
wife of (1) Taylor, (2) Sortwell

Dr. John Pierre Poujade
Pioneer of 1847

Lourana Powell
Pioneer of 1851
with husband Robert Earl 1906

   

contributed by
Randy Fletcher

contributed by
Andrea Adrian Healy 

contributed by
Richard Taylor Sr.

contributed by
Richard Taylor Sr.

contributed by
Janet Ingersoll

   

 

 


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