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Claggett, William D.

William D. Claggett, a son of Charles and Mary (Irvine) Claggett. He was one of thirteen children, raised in Keizer, Oregon. He was born in Missouri in 1840 and came overland to Oregon Territory in 1852 with his family. He died in 1911 in Marion County, Oregon.

Bills, Lemuel

Lemuel Bills, pumpmaker, and father of Cincinnati Bills. He lived with Cincinnati and family in 1870 in Portland. He was born in about 1801 in Vermont.

Murray, Orlena Maria (Cardwell) Johnson and Lillie

Orlena Maria (Cardwell), the daughter of William Lee and Mary Ann (Biddle) Cardwell, who came to Oregon in 1852 and settled in Portland. She first married Charles F. Johnson in 1855 in Benton County. After his death, she then married George W. Murray, in Portland, in 1863. She is pictured with her daughter, Lillie, who was born in 1858, the daughter of Charles Johnson.

Robinson, Margaret Carnahan (Wilson)

Margaret Carnahan (Wilson), born February 14, 1793, near Charlotte, North Carolina, who married John Robinson in October 1815. She died at her home near Corvallis, on August 27, 1878. Their children were Elizabeth, Harriet, and Miriam. See John Robinson's photograph for more biographical information.

Kent, Deborah B. (Gaddis)

Deborah Blair Gaddis (Feb. 1, 1824 - March 11, 1909), who married Horace Ayrault Kent in October 1842. Originally from New York, they came overland from Illinois in 1853 and settled in Forest Grove, then Portland, in 1855. He died in Multnomah County in 1859 and was buried in Lone Fir Cemetery. They had three children: Fannie (b. 1846), Edward Horace (b. 1849), and William Gaddis (b. 1856).

London, Volney Chadwick

Volney Chadwick London (1860-), son of Mary London. He married Susan E. in 1883, and they had three children: Virginia, James, and Adrian. He was a widow by 1920.

McAllister, Charlotte Martha (Smith)

Charlotte Smith, born in 1818 in Knox, Tennessee, who married James Benton McCallister May 13, 1834, in Boone Co., Missouri. They came across the plains in 1844 and were some of the earliest settlers north of the Columbia River. He died in Pierce Co., Washington Territory, on October 27, 1855, during the Indian Wars. In July 1858, she married William Mengel. She died on October 12, 1865, a mother of twelve children.

Robinson, John Jr.

Captain John Robinson, Jr., born December 25, 1793, in Lincoln County, North Carolina. He had married Margaret Carnahan Wilson on October 1, 1815. They started the journey to Oregon in April 1846 across the Plains, from Putnam County, Illinois, and arrived in Oregon Territory in October that year. They first located in Clatsop County, but soon moved to the Corvallis area, where he died December 9, 1874. John had been a Captain in the War of 1812, and was the son of a Revolutionary War veteran. He spent two terms in the Oregon Territorial Legislature, being first elected to the position in 1847.

Morris, Rachel W.

Rachel Morris, sister of Bishop Benjamin Wistar Morris, who gave bells to Trinity Episcopal Church of Portland, Oregon. She was born in Pennsylvania, in 1821. She came to live with her brother's family in Portland, arriving before 1870.

Hinkle, David

Murphy, Frances Mary Wright (Doughty)

Frances ("Frankie") Mary Wright (Doughty), who married Rev. John Ecles Murphy in March 1827 in Kentucky. She was born in 1810, also in Kentucky. Her husband was a preacher in Warren County, Illinois, for a number of years, and most of their children were born there: William P. (born 1830), Elizabeth F. (b. 1832), Henderson W. (b. 1834), James L. (b. 1836), Preston D. (b. 1841), Nancy A. (b. 1844), Mary Adaline (b. 1847). Emma D. (b. 1850), Ellen (b. 1850), and Albert (b. 1852) were born in Oregon.

Gray, Ellen and Maggie

Ellen (Ella) C. (1857-1941) and Maggie Gray (Mrs. P. J. Miller) (1859-1927), in Eugene, Oregon. They were daughters of Samuel and M. G. Gray, living in Eugene in 1860.

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