Reverend Thomas Fletcher Royal and family. Front row, left to right: Mary Ann (Stanley), Carrie C., Thomas Fletcher, Miller Gould, and Aeolia F. Back row: Forrester S., William Watson Ebey, Stanley D., and Anna Tema.
Transcription from back: “Wife of William F. Wilcox, an Oregon Pioneer, and a stair-builder and cabinet maker in Portland, Oregon, for many years. Lived for a number of years at 207 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.”
James Duval Holman, father to Frederick V. and George, among others. He married Rachel Hixson (Summers). He is credited with being one of the founders of Pacific City, Oregon, but lived in Portland in 1857.
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.
Transcription from back: “Cyrus Hamlin Walker. Born: Dec. 7th, 1838 at the Whitman Mission, which was about 6 miles west of the present city of Walla Walla, Wa. Oldest son of Rev. Elkanah and Mrs. Mary (Richardson) Walker, Pioneers of 1838 from Maine – via the Plains.”
Malcolm Adelbert Moody, the son of Zenas Ferry and Mary Moody, of The Dalles. He was born November 30, 1854, in Linn County, Oregon. He was a Republican, and was a U. S. Representative from Oregon from 1899-1903. He died in Portland on March 19, 1925.