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Kent, William Gaddis

William Gaddis Kent, the son of Horace A. and Deborah (Gaddis) Kent, born April 9, 1856, in Portland. He died August 14, 1924, in Portland, and is buried in Lone Fir Cemetery.

P. J. Sullivan Studio (Photographer)

Kern, Clinton W.

Clinton W. Kern (1868-1941), son of Sarah (Kelly) and John W. Kern, and grandson of Clinton and Moriah (Crain) Kelly.

Davidson, Isaac Grundy, 1845-1922

Kerns, Samuel Fleming

Samuel Fleming Kerns, the son of William and Isabelle (Gibson) Kerns, born about 1834 in Hillsboro, Ohio. He came overland to Oregon via the Barlow Road with his brother, John Tulley Kerns, in 1852, and settled in the Montavilla area of Multnomah County. He was active in the Indian Wars in Oregon. He married Elizabeth Clagett in 1868, and they settled on a 20-acre tract of land in what is now the Hawthorne District of Portland, where he planted one of the first nurseries in Portland. They had two sons and two daughters. He died in Eugene, on October 8, 1916, after having broken his leg the month before.

Buchtel & Cardwell

Knowles, Charles W.

Charles W. Knowles (1836-1906), Pacific Coast pioneer of 1852, originally from New Hampshire. He settled in early Portland and was a hotel and saloon manager.

King, Francis

Transcription from back: “Francis King, as a Freemason. Francis King was born in Georgetown, D. C., on the 5th of March, 1800. He received the first three Degrees of Ancient Craft Masonry in Potomac Lodge, No. 5, D. C., being entered on the 18th of February, 1826, Passed on the 26th of March, and raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason in April of same year. In the year 1827, he received the Degrees of Capitular Masonry in Potomac Chapter, No. 9, D. C., and the Degrees of Chivalric Masonry in Washington Encampment, No. 1, D. C., in 1828. He emigrated to Wayne County, Indiana, in the year 1835. In 1846, he was made the first W. M. of Hiram Lodge, No. 42, and appeared as its Representative in Grand Lodge a the Annual Communication in May, 1847.
From 1851 until his death, he efficiently filled the offices of Secretary of the Grand Chapter and Grand Lodge, and was Recorder of Grand Commandery and Grand Council from organization. In all the relations of this life, Francis King justly earned the love and respect of all who knew him. As a Public Man, he faithfully discharged, the trusts reposed; as a Father, he was kind and considerate to his family; and as a Mason, he was a Gamaliel, at whose feet the young Mason delighted to sit, and receive wholesome instruction. About the “hour of High XII.,” on the 21st of April, 1865, he was called from Labor below to Glorious Reward and Eternal Refreshment in the Celestial Lodge Above.”

Lang, Anne "Annie" Margaret

Anne "Annie" Margaret Lang, (b. 1862 - ME) daughter of Thomas S. and Mary V. Lang, was a resident of The Dalles most of her life. She died there on March 14, 1952.

Gutekunst, Frederick, 1831-1917

Latourette, Dewitt Clinton

Dewitt Clinton Latourette, the son of Lyman D. C. and Lucy Jane (Fisher) Latourette. He was born in Oregon City on November 14, 1857, and died in Oregon City on May 20, 1937.

Bosco & Megler Photographers (Portland, Or.)

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.

Lee, William Brown

William Brown Lee, born in Madison, Conn., Aug. 30, 1828, the son of Jonathan Trumbull Lee (also born in Madison, in 1803) Note on reverse says that W. B. Lee lived on Mt. Tabor in 1894. He was interred at Riverview Cemetery in Portland.

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