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Bingham, Jabez

Transcription from back: “Jabez Bingham, Born at Athens O. 1826, died in Ky. 1884. Brother of Mira(Nira?) Chandler Bingham Kelly, Mother of Martha Kelly Plummer, wife of ODS Plummer.”

Johnson, John Wesley

John Wesley Johnson, pioneer of 1858, born on March 22, 1836. He was connected with high schools of Portland, then later became the first president of the University of Oregon, in Eugene. He married Helen Elizabeth Adams on July 3, 1865, in Astoria.

Johnston, Thomas J.

Thomas J. Johnston, born in England/Ireland, and plumber for several years in Portland, Oregon. He listed himself as being in retail tobacco sales in 1870 in Portland.

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.

Kamm, Captain Jacob

Captain Jacob Kamm, pioneer of 1850, and an early Oregon river transportation developer. He was one of the early stockholders in the Oregon Steam Navigation Company (1860-1880). He married Caroline Augusta Gray and built a large home in 1872 in the Goose Hollow neighborhood in Portland, which was later (1950) moved to accommodate the new Lincoln High School facility.

Kelly, James K.

James K. Kelly, pioneer of 1851 and U.S. Senator from 1871 to 1877. He was born in Pennsylvania, raised on a farm, and educated at Princeton. After studying law and being admitted to the bar, he left for California in 1849 and mined for a short time. He was a code commissioner (1853), a lieutenant colonel in the Oregon Mounted Volunteers in the Yakima Indian War (1855-56), and a member of the Oregon Constitutional Convention (1857). He died in Washington, D. C., on September 15, 1903.

Kelly, Richmond

Richmond Kelly (Sept. 15, 1855-Feb. 22, 1928), the youngest child of Clinton and Moriah (Crain) Kelly. He became a practicing physician in Portland in 1885, after having married Addie S. Morgan. They had four children and resided on the same land on which he had been raised, in southeast Portland.

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