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Millar, Reverend James P.

Reverend James P. Millar/Miller, a minister of the United Presbyterian church. He was killed at Canemah, Oregon Territory, on April 8, 1854, by the explosion of the steamer Gazelle. His wife, Amanda, suffered two broken ribs from the incident. They had been living in Albany at the time.

Crosby, Mary (Lincoln)

Labeled as being Clara (Smith) Crosby, but she was the wife of Alfred Crosby. The matching card to this one is of Nathaniel Crosby, Jr. His wife was Mary (Lincoln) Crosby.

Judson, Reverend Lewis Hubbell

Reverend Lewis Hubbell Judson, pioneer of 1840. One of the reinforcements of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Judson is said to have arrived on the sailing vessel 'Lausanne' in 1840. He was born in New York, settled in Marion County, and died in Salem in 1880.

Lewis, Rev. William Scott and Julia (Pierce)

Reverend W. S. Lewis (1827-1865), pioneer of 1852, and his wife, Julia (Pierce)(1830-1904). They married Sept. 20, 1849, in Logan, Ohio. Lewis was a Minister of the Taylor St. Methodist Episcopal Church from 1858-59 and was active in the Methodist community in early Oregon. They had four children: Alice (m. Parkhurst) (1852-1916), William, Frank Parrish (1860-1912), and Julia Emma (1863-1942).

Keeler, Sylvia M. (Marshall)

Sylvia M. Marshall, who married Julius M. Keeler, a teacher in early Portland and Forest Grove. They had one surviving son, Percival Keeler, who was born in 1853 in Oregon, and was a bookkeeper in San Francisco in 1880. She died in 1858 in Napa, California.

Failing, Emily Phelps (Corbett)

Emily Phelps Corbett, who married Henry Failing in Portland, October 21, 1858. She was the younger sister of Henry Winslow Corbett, and a pioneer to Oregon in 1851, via the Isthmus of Panama.

Lappeus, James Henry

James Henry Lappeus (1830-1894), chief of police of Portland, Oregon, during the 1860s. Was a saloon keeper in 1870 in Portland, and married to Chloe Ann Burroughs.

Coe, Nathaniel

Portrait of 1851 government postal agent, Nathaniel Coe. Settled near Hood River, in Wasco County, Oregon. He was born about 1789 in New Jersey.

Law, Robert Henry

Robert Henry Law, commission merchant and dealer in wagon supplies in Portland and The Dalles, from the late 1850s to 1865, the year of his death. He was born in about 1820 in England.

Ruddell, Stephen Dully (Dudley)

Stephen Dully (or Dudley) Ruddell, who came to Thurston County, Washington Territory, in 1852. He was born on June 16, 1816, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. He became the first Territorial Assessor and County Commissioner in 1853, and was one of the signers of the Congressional Memorial establishing the Territory of Washington, in 1853. He joined the Washington Volunteers of 1855-56 and was involved in the Indian Wars in Puget Sound. He married Margaret M. White, a recent widow, on February 15, 1857, in Thurston County. Stephen died September 10, 1891, in Olympia.

Gray, Mary Sophia

May be Mary Sophia Gray Tarbell (1842-1895), the sister of Caroline (Gray) Kamm and Sarah (Gray) Abernathy. She was the daughter of William H. and Mary (Dix) Gray. She married Francis Tarbell.

Haley, Lucinda Miller (Ford)

Lucinda Miller (Ford) Haley, born in 1840 in Missouri, pioneer of 1844 to Oregon. She settled in Polk County and married William Thompson Haley on July 22, 1858. She died in Santa Rosa, California, in 1867.

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