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Shipley, Adam R.

Transcription from back: “Adam R. Shipley, Postmaster and book seller. Married Miss Celinda E. Himes.”

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Kerns, Samuel Fleming

Samuel Fleming Kerns, the son of William and Isabelle (Gibson) Kerns, born about 1834 in Hillsboro, Ohio. He came overland to Oregon via the Barlow Road with his brother, John Tulley Kerns, in 1852, and settled in the Montavilla area of Multnomah County. He was active in the Indian Wars in Oregon. He married Elizabeth Clagett in 1868, and they settled on a 20-acre tract of land in what is now the Hawthorne District of Portland, where he planted one of the first nurseries in Portland. They had two sons and two daughters. He died in Eugene, on October 8, 1916, after having broken his leg the month before.

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Mabie, Jeremiah "Jerry" D.

(Probably) Jeremiah "Jerry" D. Mabie, older brother of Eunice and Andrew E. Their family crossed the plains from Illinois and settled in Olympia, Washington Territory. He was a farmer, and was the Territorial Librarian when he died in Olympia, June 15, 1870.

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Pearne, Reverend Thomas H.

Rev. Thomas H. Pearne, missionary to Oregon Territory of 1851 and Methodist minister. He was the founder of the Pacific Christian Advocate in 1854 in Portland. He married Ann P. Root in 1841 in New York. They left Oregon in about 1866 for Ohio, and she died there in 1874.

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Thompson, D. P.

Transcription from back: “D. P. [David Preston] Thompson. Mayor of Portland, prominent merchant and pioneer.”

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Hovey, Albert G.

Born about 1825 in New Hampshire, A. G. Hovey settled in Springfield, Lane County, Oregon, for a time. In 1860, he was living in Corvallis with his wife, Mary E. Hovey.

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