GRIM, Jacob divorced ; m2. His widow resides in Portland, Oregon, and performs literary work for publication in the Willamette Farmer. He afterwards extended it to Corvallis. He was married in to Miss E. Was in Washington Territory twelve years, engaged in general merchandising; went to Forest Grove in the spring of , and formed a partnership with J.
He resided in that county until , when he removed to Jackson County, and still remains there. In he married Miss Louisa A. Watson, of Polk , Alice, and Sarah M.
Clarke is now editor and proprietor of the Willamette Farmer, the principal agricultural journal of the Northwest. Has been elected to the House of Representatives four times. Louisa died on the 11th of March and was buried on the their land.
Elliott, and their children are George M. In was elected assessor of Linn County, and served three years. On October seventh of that year he arrived at Oregon City, and lived there until the following March, when he removed to Marion County and settled at Fairfield, his donation claim embracing the present town site.
Porterfield is a native of Tennessee; his first place of residence in Oregon was at Luckiamute, Polk County ; his present residence is at Buena Vista, and occupation, farming. This ferry, the first upon the Willamette, was instituted, according to Mr. Has represented Linn County in the legislature. His principal occupation in Oregon lias been farming, but he has traveled to Eastern Oregon and to the Salmon River mines. Oregon, White City Beagle area in , and raised their 8 remaining children.
Woods in the mercantile business. Marshal for several years. He had charge of the Statesman for several years. Mark, of Clackamas County, and they have five children now living two sons and three daughters. Cooper, of Independence , and Bessie May.
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He has made his home there since his arrival in Married Miss Nancy Robinett in Was employed on the first number of the Western Star, which was issued at Milwaukie on November thirteenth of that year, and removed to Portland in the June following, and called the Oregon Weekly Times, of which he was one of the publishers up to After a year and a half he set out for New York, by a sailing ship, on which he had the misfortune to be wrecked on the coast of Central America.
Gard in , and by her has two children Clara and Lucy. This ferry, the first upon the Willamette, was instituted, according to Mr. Wehrung possesses two stores in Hillsboro and a farm near town. Hinkle, Thomas, Robert E.
In was re-elected prosecuting attorney, and also elected to the Territorial Legislature. In moved to Missouri. Ray purchased from James Force, in , the first and only mail route in Oregon Territory which run upon wheels, viz. Mary died in in Myrtle Point. Looney and their children are Archie A.
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He married Mary Boothby in , and their children s names are Mary A. They had two sons George F. Hearn diary; Fleming G.
Moved twice toward the west, staying near Burlington, Iowa, from to Byars on May 8, Elliott, and their children are George M. She was the mother of two sons George F. I think this took place in Walla Walla. Lived a while in Missouri, and came to Oregon by way of California, first spending four years from to in the search for gold.
His principal occupation was the practice of the law. Second wife the relict of Dr. Settled first in Portland; then moved to Washington County in , and has lived there since; owns a farm near Beaverton, on which he lives.
Davidson was a soldier of the war of In Daniel Lynn's family is in Charette Twp. Hood on the Barlow Road. A few hours before his decease he called for his mother and sister in the most piteous tomes I ever heard. Went to Illinois in via the Nicaraogua route, and came agOain to Oregoon in
Again removed, this time to Oregon, crossing the plains. His subsequent travels have been extensive. He married Marie Gobalet on 27 May in Oregon. The following is an incomplete list of those traveling to Oregon in On October seventh of that year he arrived at Oregon City, and lived there until the following March, when he removed to Marion County and settled at Fairfield, his donation claim embracing the present town site. The names of the six are Milton J.
Christina Ward Trapp [widow of John Bryant]; m4. Removed to Kentucky about , and from there to Warren County, Illinois, in , and crossed the plains to Oregon in , and died at Monmouth, Polk County, in , aged eighty-seven years. He has three children Barney I. She died in near Julesburg, Sedgwick, CO. I was compelled to throw it away or hire some person to take it through for me.