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Blackler, Lydia (Hooper)

Lydia Hooper Blackler, who came to Oregon in 1857 by way of the Panama Isthmus. She was born in Massachusetts in 1835. She was a teacher and lived in many places, including Milwaukie, Oregon City, Portland, Olympia and Oakland, California. She taught in Spencer Hall, St. Helens Hall, and Mills College. She died in 1917.

Clark, L. Wilson (Olympia, Wash.)

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.)