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Hiram Aldrich Straight (1814 - 1897)

HIRAM. A. STRAIGHT, a banner pioneer of Oregon, his advent onthe scene of this glorious common wealth dating from 1844, he being one of the few now surviving, who crossed the plains in that early day, ...

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Thomas Lister Kay (1837 - 1900)

INDUSTRY-- Thomas Lister Kay (1837 - 1900) -- After a lapse of fourteen years, Thomas Lister Kay re-established woolen manufacture in Salem when he built the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill in 1889 on the prese...

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Anne Kay (1837 - 1916)

WIFE of FOUNDER of WOOLEN MILLS PASSES AWAY Resident of Salem Since 1889 ~ Well Known Woman Leaves Many Friends Death called another of Oregon's honored pioneers when Mrs. Ann Slingsby Kay passed a...

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Martha Ann Bishop (1857 - 1944)

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Elwood M Burton (1817 - 1887)

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Fredrick Francis Pittock (1864 - 1937)

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Georgiana Martin Pittock (1843 - 1918)

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Henry Lewis Pittock (1835 - 1919)

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Alphonso Webster Stanard (1829 - 1914)

married Eliza Jane Hill and then Elizabeth Amy Hill 24 Nov 1856-10 children-parents, Elizabeth Ann Webster & Obediah STANARD.In about 1836 he moved with his parents to Van Buren County, Iowa, was educa...

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Elenore Benston Hackleman (1825 - 1899)

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Abraham Hackleman (1829 - 1904)

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Josephine Irvine (1855 - 1873)

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John Harrison Francis Irvine (1849 - 1908)

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Adaline Clarinda Eastabrook (1811 - 1856)

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Bradbury Eastabrook (1808 - 1884)

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Preston Green Morris (1802 - 1869)

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James Marion Propst (1843 - 1901)

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John Wesley Propst (1837 - 1939)

INTERVIEW, December, 27, 1937 Interview with John W. Propst, resident of Linn County. Home situated on the Santiam Highway about four miles east of Albany. John W. Propst was born at Sugar Grove, M...

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Lucinda Propst (1817 - 1852)

Lucinda was the daughter of Joseph and Sarah Alkire Powell. In 1836 she married Anthony Propst and became the mother of six children. In 1851 her parents and brothers John, Noah and Alfred emigrated to...

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Rachel H. Glover (1809 - 1865)

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John Philpot Glover, Jr (1802 - 1870)

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Mary Matilda Forester (1832 - 1871)

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Thomas H Forester (1826 - 1885)

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Ellen Jane Mitchell (1861 - d.)

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James Leroy Campbell (1841 - d.)

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Isabelle Logie Cook (1846 - 1944)

Mrs. Isabelle Loga Cook, who would have been 98 years old on the 25th of this month and who was the first white girl born in Multnomah Co. died at the home of her son, John Campbell, at Burnside early ...

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Mary Cline (1816 - 1910)

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Jacob B Cline (1812 - 1888)

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Reuben Stringer Coyle (1821 - 1888)

Reuben Stringer Coyle Was born in Bullitt County, Kentucky, in 1821. Family lore describes him as a "Man of Enterprise" with "movin' on" in his blood. The Coyles moved to Peoria County, Illinois, whe...

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Hannah Coyle (1823 - 1870)

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John Henry Coyle (1847 - 1916)

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Stephen Bluford Coyle (1848 - 1907)

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Elizabeth Russell (1813 - 1898)

Elizabeth SHELLEY Oregon Census records "Grandma" d 31 Aug 1898, Milton, OR at son-in-law’s, Chas. Geiss home. 85y 23d Mother of Wm. Had 15 children from Weston Cemetery site:

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Sarah Jane Pullen (1850 - 1888)

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Rebecca Jane Rinearson (1829 - 1862)

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Ambrose D. Newton (1823 - 1894)

Find a Grave Birth: Oct., 1823 Death: Aug. 12, 1894, USA THIS MEMORIAL IS MANAGED BY A DIRECT DESCENDANT. Aged 70 yrs, 10 mos, 8 days A native of Kentucky, he located in Oregon in 1854. He ca...

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George Washington Bush MP (1779 - 1863)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia George Washington Bush (1779 –April 5, 1863) was an American pioneer and one of the first multiracial (Irish and African-American[1]) non-Amerindian settl...

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H. Maybelle Wilde (1889 - 1977)

Find a Grave Birth: Jun. 18, 1889 Death: May 8, 1977 BELOVED WIFE AND MOTHER Family links: Spouse: Orando Wilde (1895 - 1977) Burial: IOOF Cemetery Bandon Coos County Oregon, US...

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Orando Wilde (1895 - 1977)

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Marion W. Wallace (1848 - 1926)

PROS/CURATORS - Please contact the manager before merging or altering this profile. Marion Wallace was born in Warren county, Illinois in the city of Monmouth, January 1, 1848 to James A. Wallace and...

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Lucy Kearns (1838 - d.)

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John Kearns (1825 - d.)

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George Washington Kearns (1857 - 1941)

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Jesse B Stump (1832 - 1901)

DEATH OF HON. J. B. STUMP; A PROMINENT POLK COUNTY STOCK BREEDER AND FARMER; WAS TWICE IN THE LEGISLATURE. One of the Most Successful and Enterprising Agriculturists in the Willamette Valley. A telepho...

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Jira Joseph Seely (1843 - 1883)

The oldest child of Lucius and Sophia Seely, Jira Joseph Seely was a boy of eight when his family arrived in Oregon from Illinois in 1851. In 1865 he married Emily America Arnspiger, the daughter of Ge...

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Sophia Hulda Seely (1824 - 1900)

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Lucius Alexander Seeley (1820 - 1896)

Lucius Alexander SEELY GONE TO HIS REST Lucius Alexander Seely, one of Oregon’s 1851 pioneers, died at his home near Wilsonville in Clackamas County, Oregon, Friday November 5, 1896, at 8:15...

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John Berry Yarbrough (1791 - 1871)

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William Abraham McCubbin (1817 - 1882)

Abraham married Sarah Dean and while in Miller County three children were born to them: John Brumley, William Simon, and Zelphe Jane. In the early 1850’s, William R. and Abraham McCubbin left th...

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Anderson Jackson Harlow (1836 - 1918)

Anderson Jackson Harlow was the son of Lane County pioneers and Eugene Baptist Church founders Mahlon Hall Harlow & Frances Burris (Tandy) Harlow. He was born May 30, 1838 in Lafayette County, Missouri...

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Henry Clay Harlow (1838 - 1930)

Henry Clay Harlow was the second child of Oregon Pioneers Mahlon Hall Harlow and wife Frances Burrus Tandy. He was born September 7, 1838 in Lafayette County, Missouri, and traveled by covered wagon, a...

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Mahlon H. Harlow, Oregon Pioneer MP (1811 - 1896)

Mahlon Hall Harlow was born January 8, 1811 in Barren County, Kentucky, and died January 23, 1895 in Eugene, Lane County, Oregon. He married Frances Burrus Tandy in Missouri in 1835. The Harlow family,...

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Lindsay Applegate MP (1808 - 1892)

Lindsay Applegate (September 18, 1808 – November 28, 1892) was a pioneer known for blazing the Applegate Trail, an alternative end of Oregon Trail in the U.S. state of Oregon. The trail was blaz...

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Charles Applegate (1806 - 1879)

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James H. Slater, U.S. Senator (1826 - 1899)

James Harvey Slater (December 28, 1826 – January 28, 1899) was a United States Representative and Senator from Oregon. An Illinois native, Slater also served in the Oregon Territory’s L...

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William Jeffers Furnish (1862 - 1924)

Three year old, William Jeffers Furnish traveled by oxteam from Missouri to Oregon. His father, James Franklin Furnish died on the trail in Lost River, ID. His wife and son continued the trail, reachin...

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Harvey Gordon Starkweather (1868 - 1951)

HARVEY G. STARKWEATHER. Among the distinguished citizens of the Columbia River Valley stands Harvey Gordon Starkweather of Portland, who in various fields of effort has been of distinctive service to t...

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Victoria Belle Starkweather (1866 - 1890)

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William Lincoln Starkweather (1860 - 1926)

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Eliza Ellen Whipple (1858 - 1925)

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John Hugh Starkweather (1856 - 1859)

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Lydia Jane Starkweather (1855 - 1856)

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Hugh Gordon (1796 - 1880)

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William A. Beck MP (1817 - 1889)

William Beck was born 2 November 1817 at Roxbury, Pennsylvania, the sixth son of Christian and Magdalena ("Lana") Ahl. Both of his grandfathers emigrated to America from Germany as young men. His mater...

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Mary "Polly" May Leabo (1820 - 1901)

Mary Lewis b. 3 Oct. 1820 KY md. 21 July 1836, to Isaac Leabo, b .1815, Monroe Co, Indiana. Mary died with 12 children descents, at age 8 1, on 10 Sept.1901, at Toledo, Oregon. Mary & Isaac were marrie...

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Isaac Jasper Leabo, Sr. (1815 - 1899)

Isaac Leabo was the son of Noah Leabo and Eunice Gillette. He was the grandson of a French soldier, Francois Isaac LeBas, who served in the Soissonais Regiment of General Rochambeau's French Expedition...

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William Austin Starkweather (1822 - 1905)

William A. Starkweather, pioneer of 1850, died at his home near Concord station, Or., April 22. He was born near Preston City, Conn., February 16,1 823. At the age of 24 he moved to Ohio, where he spen...

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Eliza Starkweather (1831 - 1916)

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Albert P Patterson (1853 - 1917)

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Melissa J Purdin/Jackson (1847 - 1935)

1860 Census: 1870 Census: 1880 Census:

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Martha Phillips (1828 - 1913)

From: Nov. 2, 1913; Oregonian, p 8 (photo) "Washington County Pioneer of 1857 Dies at Age of 86" Hillsboro, Or., Nov. 1 Mrs. Martha Tate Phillips, widow of the late Daniel T. Phillips, died today, ...

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Daniel Thompson Phillips (1823 - 1906)

From: June 15, 1906; Oregonian, p 6 Hillsboro, Or., June 14 At the family home in Cornelius this morning David [sic] Thompson Phillips, an Oregon pioneer of 1857, passed away. He was born in St. Cl...

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Simon Peter Carwright Fleener (1822 - 1911)

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Nancy Tompkins (c.1804 - d.)

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John Tompkins (1799 - d.)

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Francis M Tompkins (1835 - 1903)

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John Gardner Tompkins (1866 - 1937)

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Joseph Holman (1815 - 1880)

Joseph was an Oregon pioneer and a member of the Peoria Party. Links Find A Grave Peoria Party

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Eli Stout (1828 - 1906)

Children of HUGH STOUT and ANNA BROWN are: i. ELI3 STOUT, b. 1824, IL; d. 21 May 1906, Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon; m. (1) MARY ANN ?, 06 Oct 1872; m. (2) NANCY J. PARSONS, 15 Sep 1878, Umatilla County...

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Alfred Bainbridge Collver MP (1819 - 1902)

Find a Grave Birth: Dec. 12, 1819 Warrensville Cuyahoga County Ohio, USA Death: May 7, 1902 Independence Polk County Oregon, USA ALFRED BAINBRIDGE COLLVER was born 12 Dec 1819 in Warrensville T...

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Elizabeth Jane Tomlison (1842 - 1883)

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Rhoda A White (1850 - d.)

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Lavina White (1847 - d.)

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Theodore White (c.1844 - d.)

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Sophia White (c.1836 - d.)

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Sarah White (c.1833 - d.)

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Methotomy White (c.1828 - d.)

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Leonard White (c.1826 - d.)

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James White (1804 - 1854)

James and Rhoda crossed the plains with the Applegate wagon train in 1842, from Missouri to Oregon. Children: 1. Leonard White b. 1826-7 Indiana 2. Methotomy White b. 1828-9 Indiana 3. Sarah Whit...

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Rhoda White (1819 - 1882)

BIOGRAPHICAL: Beaver Briefs, Vol. 38,No. 1, pg. 10 The FERRY LADY By Sue Bell of Salem, Oregon In a day when few women ran businesses, it’s refreshing to come across references to a woman ...

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Jesse Applegate MP (1810 - 1880)

JESSE APPLEGATE. - The following brief obituary sketch of the late "Uncle" Jesse Applegate was written by General E.L. Applegate, than whom none is better fitted to perform the task, - unwelcome in the...

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John Edwin Rogers MP (1807 - 1894)

Find a Grave Birth: Feb. 23, 1807 Sidney Delaware County New York, USA Death: Jan. 12, 1894 Newberg Yamhill County Oregon, USA Family links: Spouse: Sally Janette Nichols Rogers (1812 -...

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Peter Hardeman Burnett, 1st Governor of California MP (1807 - 1895)

Peter Hardeman Burnett (November 15, 1807 – May 17, 1895) was an American politician and the first state governor of California, serving from December 20, 1849 to January 9, 1851. He was also th...

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Mary Ellen Jacobs (1838 - 1907)

Mary Ellen was a child of nine years when she accompanied the family in its removal by immigrant train across the plains from the state of Indiana. That party was distant only a three-days' journey fro...

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Cyrus Jacobs (1831 - 1901)

In 1864 Cyrus and Mary Jacobs built their family home at what is now 607 Grove Street (it was called Market Street then). Grove Street became one of the most opulent areas of town with large mansions s...

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General Joel Palmer (1810 - 1881)

General Joel Palmer (October 4, 1810 – June 9, 1881) was an American pioneer of the Oregon Territory in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. He was born in Canada, and spent his earl...

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Captain John Brown (1768 - 1848)

Captain John Brown was a bachelor. He died 19 feb 1848 and is buried in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Oregon. John Brown was a sea captain who had no especial habitat, but counted his brother's home, Cl...

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Pherne Tabitha Pringle (1805 - 1891)

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<private> Brown (1800 - 1878)

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Webley John Hauxhurst, Jr. (1809 - 1874)

Webley John Hauxhurst, Jr. (January 23, 1809 – January 23, 1874) was a pioneer in Oregon Country. He helped build the first grist mill in Oregon, participated in the Willamette Cattle Company, a...

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