Benton Killin (1842-1905), who came overland from Iowa in 1845, was a lawyer and judge in Oregon City. After serving for three years in the 1st Oregon Cavalry (1862-65), he married Harriet Burnett Hoover in 1873. He also worked as the Superintendent for Clackamas County Schools and was a Trustee of Pacific University. He died in Portland on May 26, 1905.
Joseph Lafayette Meek (1810-1875) was a sheriff and U.S. Marshal. He was a trader and trapper for the American Fur Company from 1829-1840. He settled a donation land claim near Hillsboro in 1840. He was active in political and civic affairs in the years before statehood. He participated at the Champoeg meeting. He was a provisional legislator from 1846 to 1847. He participated in the fight again the Indians who attacked the Whitman Mission and served in the Yakima Indian war. He was married three times and had five children.
James Bush Nesmith, the seventh child of James W. and Lucinda Pauline (Goff) Nesmith, born October 31, 1856, in Polk County, Oregon. He married Charlotte Orr in 1884. He farmed in Rickreall and they had one daughter, Pauline, born about 1885. He died October 8, 1853.
Nellie (Ellen) Beauchamp (seated), the daughter of Tilden and Mary Beauchamp, of Forest Grove. She married John Northrop in 1888. Alice (Darr) Beauchamp (standing), who married William, the brother of Nellie, in 1877, in Portland.
Paine Page Prim, who arrived in Oregon in 1851, and was a prominent lawyer in southern Oregon. He was a member of the Oregon State Constitution Convention, as well as an Oregon Supreme Court Judge. He married Teresa M. Stearns in 1857.