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Glasgow, Thomas W.

Thomas W. Glasgow, born about 1827 in Pennsylvania, and pioneer to the Pacific Northwest in 1845. Reportedly rescued the Wilson family in 1856 near Olympia, Tenalquot Prairie, Thurston County, Washington.

Going, James W.

James W. Going (1833-1915), pioneer of 1853. Married Mrs. Isabella W. Eades Penney in 1854. He became an accountant and city assessor for two terms, and was the proprietor of a hotel in Portland known as the "Howard House," beginning in 1862. He was a prominent member of the Odd Fellows. He died in Portland December 5, 1915.

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.

Hanson, Nancy (Akin)

Born in 1840 in Iowa, Nancy Akin was the wife of Hans Hanson, of Denmark. They married in Clackamas County in 1856. They farmed and lived in East Portland with their family.

Hatch, Mary J. Tracy

Married first to E. W. Tracy, and settled in early Portland. After his death in 1866, she married J. H. Hatch, a dentist in Portland from 1866 to 1876.

Hawkins, Mary Ruth

The niece of Dr. Henry McKinnell, an Oregon pioneer and the first homeopathic physician in Portland, whose home for many years was on the southwest corner of 4th and Main Streets. Miss Hawkins became heir to his property upon his death. She never married.

Helm, Reverend William

Reverend William Helm, born in Virginia in 1800, and pioneer to Oregon in 1845, with his family. They established a donation land claim in Champoeg County in 1846 and remained in Marion County.

Himes, Judson Wickliffe

Judson Wickliffe Himes, pioneer of 1853 and Justice of the Peace. He was born in Lafayette, Stark County, Illinois, March 9, 1850. He crossed the plains with his parents and learned the trade of a baker. He was a woodsman for a few years, then a cruiser. Later he became a Justice of the Peace, school clerk, and real estate and insurance agent. He died August 14, 1916, at Elma, Washington.

Clark, L. Wilson (Olympia, Wash.)

Hines, Gussie

Gussie Hines of Columbus, Washington (now Maryhill, Washington); died at the age of 9. She was the daughter of Gustavus K. Hines.

Hirsch, Edward

Born in Wurtemburg, Germany, in 1836, Edward emigrated to the United States in 1855. He and his brother, Solomon, came to the West via the Isthmus of Panama in 1858. The brothers were merchants in a number of locations in Oregon over many years. He was a State Treasurer from 1878 to 1887 and served as a Senator from Marion County from 1890 to 1894. He died in Salem in 1909.

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