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Train, George Francis

Transcription on front: “George Francis Train, Noted Lecturer Orator, July 5, 1869, Portland. Site away out on P. O. Block, bet. 5th and 6th, Morrison and Yamhill Sts.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Thompson, Mrs. J. R.

Transcription from front: “Mrs. John R. Thompson, boarding house, 1864.” Transcription from back: “ Mrs. J. R. Thompson, manager Thompson’s Boarding House, 185 Front Corner Madison.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Taylor, Mary

Transcription from back: “Mary Taylor, daughter of James and Esther Taylor, Astoria, Oregon. Acc. No. 9353.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Taylor, Douglas William

Transcription from back: “Douglas William Taylor, Pioneer of 1854 from N.Y. via the sea and Nicaragua. Married Miss Alice F. Carr on June 4, 1879.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Tanner, Lucy (Carter)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Lucy (Carter) Tanner, 1852. Pioneer of 1852 from vis . Wife of Elisha Swift Tanner, also a pioneer of 1852. Went to Eastern Washington with her husband many years ago where she spent the rest of her life.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Tanner, Elisha Swift

Transcription from back: “Elisha Swift Tanner, 1852. Pioneer of 1852 from __ via ___. Married Miss Lucy Carter, also a pioneer of 1852. Went to Eastern Washington many years ago where he spent the rest of his life.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Wood, Sarah Frances (Welch)

Transcription from back: “Sarah Frances Welch married Capt. George Wood of Astoria – was able shipmaster and Columbia River bar pilot.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Williams, A. A.

Transcription from back: “A. A. Williams, ex Chief Engineer. Died April 25th, 1873. Exempt No. 59”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Swafford, Clara (Vinson)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Clara Vinson Swafford, 1852. Oct. 10, 1920. As a young woman she lived in the family of Arthur Warner, near Oregon City - He was a pioneer of 1853 - for a number of years.”

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Stratton, Julius Augustus

Transcription from back: “Julius Augustus Stratton, Lawyer. Oregon pioneer of 1853. Brother of Rev. C. C. Stratton, Methodist Minister and Riley E. Stratton, Lawyer and Judge (circuit). Grad Willamette University.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Stephens, James B.

Transcription from back: “James B. Stephens, pioneer of 1844. Rec’d Sept. 21, 1928, from Mrs. Sarah D. Eastman Hollister [undecipherable], a neighbor of Mr. Stephens in 1869-79.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Sitton, Priscilla (Rogers)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Percilla [Priscilla] Sitton, Dr. Sitton's wife, who I lived with the first winter in Oregon, 1892. Miss Mary Shirly. First Wife of “doctor” Nathaniel Kouistz [?] Sitton.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Pratt, Sophia Christina (Taylor)

Sophia Christina Taylor, born in July 1849, in Harrison, Ohio, to Peter and Sarah Sophia Taylor. She married Irving W. Pratt, born in New York, in 1874, and they settled in Portland. Her family had come via the Isthmus from New York to Oregon in 1854. She and Irving had seven children, six of whom survived to adulthood. A teacher in Portland schools for many years, Sophia died April 1, 1911, in Portland.

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Powell, Captain William Scoles

William S. Powell, born at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, on September 22, 1832, to Dr. John and Mary (Scoles) Powell. In 1852, he came to Oregon, landing in Portland on the steamer 'Multnomah' on October 4th. He was a carpenter in the early years and, in 1855, married Helen C. Hill, a step daughter of Stephen Coffin. In 1864, he raised Company D, First Oregon Infantry, of which he was named Captain. After time in Eastern Oregon, he was mustered out in 1866 and returned to Portland, where he purchased an interest in Oregon Iron Works. After disaster struck that business, he went to Dayton and worked in sawmilling for 16 years. He returned to Portland to open a grocery and commission business with J. J. Shipl(e)y. He and Helen had six children, three of whom survived well into adulthood: Mary L. (Shipl(e)y), Charles A., and Frankie (Haseltine). He died January 24, 1918, a number of weeks after falling and breaking his hip.

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