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Heath, Lucian

Lucien/Lucian Heath, a hardware merchant in Santa Cruz, California, during the 1860s and 1870s.

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Locey, Joseph D.

Joseph D. Locey, brother of Cyrus (1835-1922), Addie (1840-1867), and Mrs. Hatch. Son of Dr. W. R. T. Locey. The family arrived in Oregon in September 1846 and settled in Oregon City. Joseph worked as a purser on the steamship "Senator," which ran between Portland and Oregon City. He died in a boiler explosion, at the foot of Taylor Street in Portland, on May 6, 1875.

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Smith, William

Transcription from back: “William Smith” There are a two cent and a three cent revenue stamps affixed to the back.

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Parrish, Rebecca Shinn

Rebecca Shinn Parrish, born March 9, 1834, in Columbus, Ohio, to Edward Evans and Rebecca (Mapel) Parrish, who came to Oregon in 1844. Her father's diary notes that she was rolled over by their wagon on the Trail, and broke her leg. Rebecca married, first, Samuel Erastus May, in Marion County, Oregon, in 1852. They divorced, and she married James R. Robb. Her third husband was William M. Steele, and they had three children: Frank, George, and Ada. She became prominent in WCTU work, and died in Turner, on May 20, 1909.

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