Margaret Adaline Gage

F, b. April 1832, d. 29 June 1904

Parents:

Father*: Joseph Alexander Gage b. 25 Jan 1799
Mother*: Frances Livingston b. 1800, d. 25 Apr 1878

Family:

James Larkin Belieu b. 16 Nov 1823, d. 7 Apr 1912

Children:

Joseph Leander Belieu+ b. 18 Jan 1852, d. 27 Oct 1881
Mildred F. "Millie" Belieu+ b. 10 Jan 1855, d. bt 22 Nov 1877 - 22 Nov 1879
Louise Jane "Gaddie" Belieu+ b. 23 Feb 1857, d. 15 Feb 1935
James Edward "John" Belieu b. 16 Feb 1858, d. 31 Oct 1930
Esther Ann "Sarah" Belieu+ b. 14 Apr 1860, d. 3 Jan 1955
Martha Ellen "Mattie" Belieu (Twin)+ b. 2 Jan 1865, d. 3 May 1920
Richard Belieu (Twin) b. 2 Jan 1865, d. 13 Feb 1898
Belle Rose Belieu+ b. 25 Sep 1868, d. 27 Mar 1951
William Thomas "Tom" Belieu b. 9 Jan 1871, d. 10 Jul 1958

Edmund Gage

M, b. 1836, d. 1881
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 in the household of Joseph Alexander Gage at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) LAND: Edmund Gage witnessed the of Joseph Alexander Gage on 1 August 1857 Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • Census*: Edmund Gage appeared on the census of 1860 at Looking Glass, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 30 June 1860 in the household of Joseph Alexander Gage at Looking Glass, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • Census: Edmund Gage appeared on the census of 12 July 1870 at Tenmile, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • (Surviving Spouse) Obituary: He survived his wife (Nancy Ann Cox) and was listed in her obituary as residing in (obituary dated on 21 March 1873.)
  • Census: Edmund Gage appeared on the census of June 1880 at Lone Rock, Wasco County, Oregon.
  • Census: He appeared on the census of 4 June 1880 at Lone Rock, Wasco County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Note: He was a witness Affidavit of G.W. Gage #7422/3 State of Oregon County of Douglas, I, G W Gage being first duly sworn depose and say that I was acquainted with Edmund Gage who executed a warranty deed to Henry Bushnell February 7, 1876 for the South west quarter of the South east quarter of Section 29 and the West half of the North east quarter and North west quarter of the South east quarter of Section 32 in Towship 29 South Range 7 West, which said deed was recorded March 28, 1876 in Book 7 of Deeds page 617 records of Douglas County Oregon, and that said Edmund Gage was at the time of signing the said deed an unmarried man. G W Gage, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of April 1910. J.D. Zurcher, Notary Public for Oregon. Filed for record April 13, 1910, E.H. Lenox, Co Clerk by Blanche Reed Deputy with George William Gage on 12 April 1910 at Douglas County, Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Joseph Alexander Gage b. 25 Jan 1799
Mother*: Frances Livingston b. 1800, d. 25 Apr 1878

Family 1:

Nancy Ann Cox b. 17 May 1841, d. 20 Mar 1873

Children:

Edward Alexander "Alexander" Gage+ b. 16 May 1858, d. 2 Jul 1932
George William Gage+ b. 6 Feb 1860, d. 7 Sep 1944
Samantha Gage b. 1864, d. b 1922
Sarah Francis "Fannie" Gage+ b. 22 Dec 1864, d. 22 Feb 1937
Mattie J Gage+ b. 17 Feb 1865, d. 9 Jul 1942
Lee Jesse Gage b. 1869, d. b 1922
(?) Gage b. Mar 1873, d. 1878

Family 2:

Nancy Jane Turnbough b. 6 Feb 1850, d. 13 Dec 1936

Children:

(?) Gage b. 1874, d. 1878
Alice May Gage+ b. Nov 1877, d. 8 Dec 1912
Thomas David Gage b. 1879
Frank Gage b. Jul 1880
Threse M. Gage+ b. Feb 1882, d. b 1920

Thomas S. Gage

M, b. 1839, d. 21 January 1856
  • Note*: He GAGE family notes indicate wife, Fanny and daughter, Maude married Mr. Jackson and had 3 children - this is incorrect; believe this refers to his neice Sarah Francis "Fanny" who had a daughter, Maude Gage.
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 in the household of Joseph Alexander Gage at Polk County, Oregon.
  • Milit-Beg*: Thomas S. Gage began military service at Oregon volunteer with Captain Joseph Bailey killed by Indians on Grave Creek in Rogue River Indian War. Source-The Umpqua Trapper V. XI No. 1, p. 3-6.
  • Note: He See OREGON STATESMAN 5 Feb 1856 3:1 on 5 February 1856 at Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Joseph Alexander Gage b. 25 Jan 1799
Mother*: Frances Livingston b. 1800, d. 25 Apr 1878

Rosamond Young

F, b. 9 December 1833, d. 14 February 1915
  • Note*: She oldest child of Eleanor Weddell & Harvey Young.
  • (Witness) Emigration: She emigrated with Harvey Young in 1846 at Oregon.
  • Married Name: As of 16 February 1851,her married name was Gage.
  • (Witness) LAND: Rosamond Young witnessed the of Samuel Gage on 30 November 1851.
  • (Witness) Census: Rosamond Young appeared on the census of 22 June 1860 in the household of Samuel Gage at Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Rosamond Young appeared on the census of 30 August 1870 in the household of Samuel Gage at Eugene, Lane County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Rosamond Young appeared on the census of 9 June 1880 in the household of Samuel Gage at Spokane County, Washington.

Parents:

Father*: Harvey Young b. 11 Jun 1810, d. 7 May 1883
Mother*: Eleanor Forgey Weddell b. 10 Apr 1815

Family:

Samuel Gage b. 7 Apr 1831, d. 1 Feb 1889

Children:

Margaret Ellen Gage+ b. 1 May 1852, d. 16 Jun 1934
Harvey Gage+ b. 9 Feb 1855, d. 11 Jan 1928
Martha Gage+ b. Nov 1857, d. 14 Jan 1934
Joseph Gage+ b. 22 Feb 1860, d. 9 Jan 1937
Jesse Gage+ b. 21 Jul 1861, d. 3 Jul 1931
Mary Gage b. 1864
Jackson Gage b. 18 Apr 1867, d. 28 Oct 1888
Lee Gage+ b. 24 Jan 1871, d. 30 Mar 1948
Henry Gage+ b. Aug 1874

Cornelius Gilliam

M, b. 13 April 1798, d. 24 March 1848
  • Occupation: He was Minister, Sheriff, Wagonmaster, Farmer.
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 1800 in the household of Epaphroditus Gilliam at Buncombe County, North Carolina.
  • Residence*: Cornelius Gilliam lived in 1819 at Clay County, Missouri.
  • Occupation*: He was Sheriff of Clay County (Elected) between 1830 and 1834 at Clay County, Missouri.
  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1 June 1830 at Clay County, Missouri.
  • MILITARY*: He 1837-1838 - Captain in Seminole War in Florida.
    1838 Fall - Captain in Mormon War.

    1847 Oct. - Settled Donation Land Claim # 5034 (Dallas OR).
    A Mason of High Standing. Of English Ancestry.
    Gilliam County in Oregon named after Colonel Gilliam.
    Article in Oregonian Jul 1888. Also one by C.A. Woody after that.
    Burial-Tombstone Inscriptions of Dallas Cemetery (1986) Polk Co. Gene. Soc.
    Obituary-Oregon Free Press (Oregon City) 24 June 1848 (Obit) (Don't have yet)
    S.S. Cornelius Gilliam (WWII Vessel) launched 12 Jun 1942. (p. 138 Phillips) between 1837 and 1838.
  • Occupation: He was State Senator for Platte County (Elected) between 1838 and 1842 at Platte County, Missouri.
  • Tax List*: He waslisted on the tax rolls of at Buchanan County, Missouri, in 1840.
  • Religion*: He was Ordained Freewill Baptist ministry.
  • Emigration*: He emigrated in March 1844.
  • Biography*: He Greenville Mountaineer (Greenville, SC) Friday, July 05, 1844; Issue 8; col E
    on 5 July 1844.
  • Obituary: An obituary appeared in the Cornelius Gilliam, Commander in Chief of the Oregon Volunteers, Post Master General of Oregon Territory. He left a wife and eight children. [Oregon Spectator 6 Apr 1848] on Thursday, 6 April 1848 Oregon.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Mississippi Free Trader and Natchez Gazette (Natchez, MS) Thursday, August 10, 1848; Issue 96; col D
    on Thursday, 10 August 1848.
  • Note*: He An account of the death of Cornelius Gilliam in the Morning Oregonian by Wm. A Jack, an eyewitness on 29 June 1888 at Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Biography: He was included in the biography of William Grant in 1903 Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Epaphroditus Gilliam b. 1765, d. 28 Mar 1842
Mother*: Sarah Anne "Sally" Israel b. 1763, d. 1840

Family:

Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Children:

America Gilliam+ b. 18 Dec 1823, d. 5 Sep 1896
Margaret Louise "Louisa" Gilliam+ b. 27 Sep 1826, d. 28 Jan 1876
Washington Smith 'Smith' Gilliam+ b. 24 Feb 1829, d. 22 Feb 1909
Rebecca Jane Gilliam+ b. 12 Sep 1831, d. 15 May 1862
Marcus de Lafayette Gilliam+ b. 16 Jan 1834, d. 27 Mar 1868
Sarah Ann Gilliam+ b. 25 Apr 1836, d. 16 Mar 1902
Martha Elizabeth Gilliam+ b. 1 Jul 1839, d. 6 Mar 1925
Henrietta Gilliam+ b. 2 Feb 1842, d. 30 Mar 1875

Mary Crawford

F, b. 11 August 1800, d. 13 June 1877
  • (Witness) History: She witnessed (an unknown value.)
  • Note*: She Raised by Mary (Smith) Poteet, sister of Elijah Smith.
  • Residence*: She lived at Liberty, Clay County, Missouri.
  • Name Variation: Mary Crawford was also known as Mary Elizabeth Crawford Middle Name-Some list it as Elizabeth. (No solid documentation yet.)
  • Married Name: As of 31 August 1820,her married name was Gilliam.
  • Census*: She appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Land-DLC: She gave an affidavit in the claim of Alexander Gage on 4 October 1851 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census: Mary Crawford appeared on the census of 9 August 1860 at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 1 June 1870 in the household of David Grant at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: William Crawford b. c 1770, d. c 1809
Mother*: Rebeckah Smith b. c 1769, d. b 1820
Foster Mother: Mary "Polly" Smith b. 1766, d. 1825

Family:

Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848

Children:

America Gilliam+ b. 18 Dec 1823, d. 5 Sep 1896
Margaret Louise "Louisa" Gilliam+ b. 27 Sep 1826, d. 28 Jan 1876
Washington Smith 'Smith' Gilliam+ b. 24 Feb 1829, d. 22 Feb 1909
Rebecca Jane Gilliam+ b. 12 Sep 1831, d. 15 May 1862
Marcus de Lafayette Gilliam+ b. 16 Jan 1834, d. 27 Mar 1868
Sarah Ann Gilliam+ b. 25 Apr 1836, d. 16 Mar 1902
Martha Elizabeth Gilliam+ b. 1 Jul 1839, d. 6 Mar 1925
Henrietta Gilliam+ b. 2 Feb 1842, d. 30 Mar 1875

America Gilliam

F, b. 18 December 1823, d. 5 September 1896
  • Name Variation: America Gilliam was also known as America Martha Gilliam.
  • Married Name: As of 12 March 1839,her married name was Grant.
  • (Witness) Land-DLC: She gave an affidavit in the claim of David Grant on 1 July 1850 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: America Gilliam appeared on the census of 17 October 1850 in the household of David Grant at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: America Gilliam appeared on the census of 14 June 1860 in the household of David Grant at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: America Gilliam appeared on the census of 1 June 1870 in the household of David Grant at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: America Gilliam appeared on the census of 11 June 1880 in the household of David Grant at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Weekly Oregonian 8 Jan 1897, 8:4-6 - states date of death on Friday, 8 January 1897 Oregon.
  • (Witness) Biography: America Gilliam was included in the biography of William Grant in 1903 Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family:

David Grant b. 27 Aug 1810, d. 29 Dec 1880

Children:

William Grant+ b. 10 Jul 1841, d. 26 Sep 1908
Mary Ann Grant b. 26 Mar 1843, d. 21 Mar 1845
Margaret Jane "Maggie" Grant+ b. 12 Nov 1847, d. 14 Sep 1900
Martha Ellen "Mattie" Grant+ b. 7 Jun 1858, d. bt 1888 - 1889

Margaret Louise "Louisa" Gilliam

F, b. 27 September 1826, d. 28 January 1876
  • SOURCE*: History of Wheeler County, Oregon.
  • Married Name: As of 25 September 1842,her married name was Gage.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 in the household of William Gage at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Margaret Louise "Louisa" Gilliam appeared on the census of 9 August 1860 in the household of William Gage at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Margaret Louise "Louisa" Gilliam appeared on the census of 11 July 1870 in the household of William Gage at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Pacific Christian Advocate on Thursday, 10 February 1876 Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family:

William Gage b. 27 Oct 1825, d. 9 Jun 1891

Children:

James Gage b. 3 Aug 1844, d. infancy
John Willis Gage+ b. 7 Oct 1845, d. 28 Mar 1898
Margaret Jane Gage b. 1849, d. a 1850
Cynthia A. Gage b. Jun 1850
Cornelius B. Gage b. 25 Mar 1852, d. 4 Nov 1874
William Thomas "Tomas" Gage+ b. 22 Mar 1854, d. 22 Jul 1939
Marcus Edward Gage+ b. 23 Feb 1856, d. 28 Feb 1948
Diona Gage+ b. 7 Apr 1858, d. 19 Nov 1938
Perry Dick Gage b. Jun 1860

Washington Smith 'Smith' Gilliam

M, b. 24 February 1829, d. 22 February 1909

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family:

Esther Aldrich Taylor b. 12 Feb 1831, d. 29 Sep 1909

Children:

Ellen Margaret "Nellie" Gilliam b. 23 Nov 1854, d. 18 Aug 1940
Lane Cornelius Gilliam b. 14 Sep 1856, d. 31 Jul 1924
Mitchell Gilliam b. 1 Apr 1859, d. 7 Sep 1931
Mary Gilliam b. 6 Oct 1864, d. 4 Feb 1941
James Benjamin "Ben" Gilliam+ b. 20 Oct 1866, d. 15 Aug 1907
Marcus Heath Gilliam+ b. 17 Sep 1868, d. 27 Nov 1948
Baby Girl Gilliam b. 1873, d. 15 Dec 1873

Marcus de Lafayette Gilliam

M, b. 16 January 1834, d. 27 March 1868

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family:

Sarah Catherine Waters b. 14 Jul 1843, d. 11 Oct 1914

Children:

William Franklin Gilliam b. 11 Apr 1861, d. 6 Aug 1932
Alice S. Gilliam+ b. 22 Jul 1864, d. 3 Apr 1922
Esther Jane Gilliam b. 12 Aug 1866, d. 16 Jul 1898

Sarah Ann Gilliam

F, b. 25 April 1836, d. 16 March 1902
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 in the household of Mary Crawford at Polk County, Oregon.
  • Married Name: As of 12 December 1850,her married name was Nichols.
  • (Witness) Census: Sarah Ann Gilliam appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Benjamin Franklin "B.F." Nichols at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Sarah Ann Gilliam appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Benjamin Franklin "B.F." Nichols at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Note*: Sarah Ann Gilliam Dallas IT 26 Feb 1876 3-2; Mrs. S.A. Nichols proposed canal on 26 February 1876 at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census: She appeared on the census of 1880 at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Emigration*: She emigrated in 1889 from Kalama, Cowlitz County, Washington.
  • Census*: She appeared on the census of 1900 at Kalama, Cowlitz County, Washington.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the in Scrapbook of Nellie Gilliam Day; Obituary on p 154 of Scrapbook at OR Hist. Soc. (lists cemetery)
    Obituary says Sarah Nichols was married in 1850, had 6 children, 2 surviving: Mary E. Nichols and Mrs. Kate H. Winkler of Kalama, WA.
    1889-She moved to Kalama WA. Said she was born in 1835 in Clinton Co. MO.
    after 16 March 1902.

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family:

Benjamin Franklin "B.F." Nichols b. 27 Nov 1825, d. 31 Aug 1920

Children:

A. Elmira "Minnie May" Nichols+ b. 1 Oct 1851, d. 30 Jan 1896
Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Nichols b. 28 Apr 1853, d. 8 Jan 1938
Evan Marcus "Benjamin" Nichols b. 15 Jun 1855, d. 11 Aug 1858
Esther Ellen Nichols b. 2 Feb 1857, d. 20 Aug 1875
Lucien Linn "Linn" Nichols b. 23 Feb 1859, d. 27 Jul 1878
Kate Howe Nichols+ b. bt Dec 1863 - Dec 1864, d. 15 Dec 1932
Allien May "Allie" Nichols b. 1870, d. 17 Mar 1877

Martha Elizabeth Gilliam

F, b. 1 July 1839, d. 6 March 1925

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family 1:

Greenville Blake b. 1831, d. 21 Sep 1914

Child:

George Alford Blake+ b. 4 Dec 1857, d. 27 Jan 1932

Family 2:

Francis Marion "Frank" Collins b. 19 Nov 1834, d. 27 Jul 1926

Children:

Retta Blanche "Blanche" Collins+ b. 12 Aug 1860, d. 11 Mar 1951
Lola M. Collins
Lillie Belle Sebring b. 15 Jan 1871, d. 8 Aug 1949
Anna Bertha "Bertha" Collins b. 26 Nov 1876, d. 24 Mar 1945

Henrietta Gilliam

F, b. 2 February 1842, d. 30 March 1875
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 in the household of Mary Crawford at Polk County, Oregon.
  • Married Name: As of 24 May 1858,her married name was Coad.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the D Ore. 1 Apr 1875 2:3 stated died 30 Mar 1875 at residence of T.C. Shaw in Salem age 33 on Thursday, 1 April 1875.
  • Obituary: An obituary appeared in the Weekly Oregon Statesman (Salem, Oregon)03 Apr 1875, Sat Page 3 on Saturday, 3 April 1875 Salem, Marion County, Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Cornelius Gilliam b. 13 Apr 1798, d. 24 Mar 1848
Mother*: Mary Crawford b. 11 Aug 1800, d. 13 Jun 1877

Family:

Samuel Coad b. 19 Feb 1833, d. 20 Feb 1906

Children:

Francis James "Frank" Coad+ b. 2 May 1859, d. 23 Jan 1941
Chester Gilbert Coad+ b. 27 Jul 1861, d. 22 Dec 1930
Margaret Nora "Maggie" Coad+ b. Nov 1864, d. 1 Mar 1890
Mary Ellen "Mollie" Coad+ b. Mar 1867, d. Jan 1931
Henrietta "Retta" Coad b. 24 Mar 1875, d. 14 Nov 1892

David Grant

M, b. 27 August 1810, d. 29 December 1880

Family:

America Gilliam b. 18 Dec 1823, d. 5 Sep 1896

Children:

William Grant+ b. 10 Jul 1841, d. 26 Sep 1908
Mary Ann Grant b. 26 Mar 1843, d. 21 Mar 1845
Margaret Jane "Maggie" Grant+ b. 12 Nov 1847, d. 14 Sep 1900
Martha Ellen "Mattie" Grant+ b. 7 Jun 1858, d. bt 1888 - 1889

William Gage

M, b. 27 October 1825, d. 9 June 1891

Parents:

Father*: Joseph Alexander Gage b. 25 Jan 1799
Mother*: Frances Livingston b. 1800, d. 25 Apr 1878

Family:

Margaret Louise "Louisa" Gilliam b. 27 Sep 1826, d. 28 Jan 1876

Children:

James Gage b. 3 Aug 1844, d. infancy
John Willis Gage+ b. 7 Oct 1845, d. 28 Mar 1898
Margaret Jane Gage b. 1849, d. a 1850
Cynthia A. Gage b. Jun 1850
Cornelius B. Gage b. 25 Mar 1852, d. 4 Nov 1874
William Thomas "Tomas" Gage+ b. 22 Mar 1854, d. 22 Jul 1939
Marcus Edward Gage+ b. 23 Feb 1856, d. 28 Feb 1948
Diona Gage+ b. 7 Apr 1858, d. 19 Nov 1938
Perry Dick Gage b. Jun 1860

Esther Aldrich Taylor

F, b. 12 February 1831, d. 29 September 1909

Parents:

Father*: James Taylor

Family:

Washington Smith 'Smith' Gilliam b. 24 Feb 1829, d. 22 Feb 1909

Children:

Ellen Margaret "Nellie" Gilliam b. 23 Nov 1854, d. 18 Aug 1940
Lane Cornelius Gilliam b. 14 Sep 1856, d. 31 Jul 1924
Mitchell Gilliam b. 1 Apr 1859, d. 7 Sep 1931
Mary Gilliam b. 6 Oct 1864, d. 4 Feb 1941
James Benjamin "Ben" Gilliam+ b. 20 Oct 1866, d. 15 Aug 1907
Marcus Heath Gilliam+ b. 17 Sep 1868, d. 27 Nov 1948
Baby Girl Gilliam b. 1873, d. 15 Dec 1873

Sarah Catherine Waters

F, b. 14 July 1843, d. 11 October 1914
  • (Witness) History: She witnessed (an unknown value.)
  • PARENTS*: She was the child of Mary Wills & James Waters (b. 22 Feb 1797 PA) (Hx of Douglas, etc 543.)
  • PARENTS: She was the child of Edward Burris Waters & Sarah Griffith.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 9 August 1860 in the household of Marcus de Lafayette Gilliam at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census*: Sarah Catherine Waters appeared on the census of 1870 at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Married Name: As of 24 August 1872,her married name was Price.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 19 June 1880 in the household of Larkin Price at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census: Sarah Catherine Waters appeared on the census of 12 June 1900 at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 3 May 1910 in the household of William Franklin Gilliam at Luckamute, Polk County, Oregon.

Family 1:

Marcus de Lafayette Gilliam b. 16 Jan 1834, d. 27 Mar 1868

Children:

William Franklin Gilliam b. 11 Apr 1861, d. 6 Aug 1932
Alice S. Gilliam+ b. 22 Jul 1864, d. 3 Apr 1922
Esther Jane Gilliam b. 12 Aug 1866, d. 16 Jul 1898

Family 2:

Larkin Price b. 8 Mar 1824, d. 10 Jan 1910

Benjamin Franklin "B.F." Nichols

M, b. 27 November 1825, d. 31 August 1920
  • Occupation*: He was treasurer for Crook Co. and also Sheriff
    Wrote an article series for Laidlaw Chronicle, Laidlaw, Crook Co. OR Beginning on 16 Nov 1906 titled "Across the Plains in 1844: Reminiscences of Oregon.
  • PARENTS*: He was the child of Benjamin Nichols & Elizabeth Morgan.
  • Note*: He History of the Willamette Valley (1885 Portland OR) by H.O. Lang. p. 627
    NOTE: Polk Co. Itemizer 7 Nov 1879 B.F.N.-Report from Prineville.
    NOTE: History of Central Oregon p. 709-710 speaks of his role in forming Crook
    Co. as a state representative of Wasco Co. p. 744-745 lists offices he held.
    NOTE: Oregon Hist. Quarterly (Winter 1984) p. 360-365 mentions his
    contributions to the water development for Tumalo/Laidlaw.
    NOTE: The Bend Bulletin, 28 Nov 1917-92nd birthday/reflections
    NOTE: The Bend Bulletin, 18 Aug 1933-"Farewell Bend & It's People"

    !1880 Census-Prineville, Wasco Co. OR (p. 292)
    1900 Census-Prineville, Crook Co. OR (ED 11 SH 6 L 20)
    1910 Census-Laidlaw, Crook Co. OR (ED 50 SH 9)
    1920 Census-Tumalo, Deschutes Co. OR (ED 40 SH 12A)(Neighbor-Fred N. Wallace.)
  • LAND*: He Oregon DLC No. 4978. Came to Oregon Fall 1844. in 1844.
  • Census: He appeared on the census of 9 October 1850 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census: He appeared on the census of 1860 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census: He appeared on the census of 1870 at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Prineville, Wasco County, Oregon.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the The Bend Bulletin 1 Sep 1920-also The Portland Oregonian 2 Sep 1920 on Wednesday, 1 September 1920 Bend, Deschutes County, Oregon.

Parents:

Family:

Sarah Ann Gilliam b. 25 Apr 1836, d. 16 Mar 1902

Children:

A. Elmira "Minnie May" Nichols+ b. 1 Oct 1851, d. 30 Jan 1896
Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Nichols b. 28 Apr 1853, d. 8 Jan 1938
Evan Marcus "Benjamin" Nichols b. 15 Jun 1855, d. 11 Aug 1858
Esther Ellen Nichols b. 2 Feb 1857, d. 20 Aug 1875
Lucien Linn "Linn" Nichols b. 23 Feb 1859, d. 27 Jul 1878
Kate Howe Nichols+ b. bt Dec 1863 - Dec 1864, d. 15 Dec 1932
Allien May "Allie" Nichols b. 1870, d. 17 Mar 1877

Francis Marion "Frank" Collins

M, b. 19 November 1834, d. 27 July 1926

Family:

Martha Elizabeth Gilliam b. 1 Jul 1839, d. 6 Mar 1925

Children:

Retta Blanche "Blanche" Collins+ b. 12 Aug 1860, d. 11 Mar 1951
Lola M. Collins
Lillie Belle Sebring b. 15 Jan 1871, d. 8 Aug 1949
Anna Bertha "Bertha" Collins b. 26 Nov 1876, d. 24 Mar 1945

Samuel Coad

M, b. 19 February 1833, d. 20 February 1906
  • PARENTS*: He was the child of Jane Jeffrey & John Coad (both of England); dc lists father as Edwin Coad.
  • (ofSp) Death: He became a widower upon the death of his wife Henrietta, on 30 March 1875 He was left as the sole parent to: Francis, Chester, Margaret, Mary and Henrietta, aged 15, 13 and 10.
  • Census*: Samuel Coad appeared on the census of 15 June 1880 at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Marriage: He witnessed the marriage of John Bovee Stump and Mary Ellen "Mollie" Coad on 19 June 1886 at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Census: Samuel Coad appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 at Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
  • Biography*: He in 1903 Oregon.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Scrapbook of Nellie Gilliam Day after 20 February 1906.

Family 1:

Henrietta Gilliam b. 2 Feb 1842, d. 30 Mar 1875

Children:

Francis James "Frank" Coad+ b. 2 May 1859, d. 23 Jan 1941
Chester Gilbert Coad+ b. 27 Jul 1861, d. 22 Dec 1930
Margaret Nora "Maggie" Coad+ b. Nov 1864, d. 1 Mar 1890
Mary Ellen "Mollie" Coad+ b. Mar 1867, d. Jan 1931
Henrietta "Retta" Coad b. 24 Mar 1875, d. 14 Nov 1892

Family 2:

Annie McNeal
  • Marriage*: Samuel Coad married Annie McNeal on 25 June 1876.

Children:

Jasper E Coad b. Sep 1877, d. 1910
George R Coad b. May 1884

Lewis Dozier Kent

M, b. 9 September 1814, d. 22 January 1857
  • Note*: He Name: Dozier Kent Birth Date: 1810 Birthplace: Kentucky, Missouri Volume: 95 Page Number: 285 Reference: A hist. Of the pioneer fams. Of Mo. By Will. S. Bryan et al. St. Louis, Mo. 1876. (Xvii,569p.):219.
  • Emigration: He emigrated in 1836 from Lee County, Iowa.
  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1 June 1840 at Lee County, Iowa.
  • Census: He appeared on the census of 20 September 1850 at Lee County, Iowa.
  • Emigration: He emigrated in 1852.
  • Emigration*: He emigrated on 14 October 1852 from Polk County, Oregon.
  • Occupation*: He was Third Sheriff in Douglas County in 1854 at Douglas County, Oregon.
  • Milit-Beg*: He began military service on 24 February 1856 at Oregon Private in Capt. Nolands Co. in War with Indians (24 Feb 1856-28 Jun 1856.)
  • Note: He Administrator's Notice on 24 March 1857 at Salem, Marion County, Oregon.
  • PENSION*: He applied for a pension No Indian Wars Widow No 8730 application card from Old War & Navy Division of the Department of the Interior on on 1 October 1902 from the state of Douglas County, Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Isaac Kent b. 14 Feb 1772, d. 20 Nov 1837
Mother*: Lucinda "Lucy" Hopkins b. 1 Apr 1774, d. 22 Sep 1847

Family:

Nancy Anne Collard b. 12 Oct 1816, d. 22 Feb 1903

Children:

Benton M. Kent+ b. Feb 1835, d. 3 Sep 1910
Lucinda Margaret Kent+ b. Apr 1837, d. 1908
Harriet Jane Kent b. 1839, d. 11 Aug 1859
Mary Armenta Kent b. 27 May 1841, d. 16 Jun 1858
Lucretia Virginia Kent b. 1843, d. 1893
Filena Annie "Annie" Kent b. 31 Jan 1844, d. 9 Nov 1922
Lorena Alice "Alice" Kent+ b. 4 May 1851, d. 3 Aug 1937
Lewis Alfred Kent b. Apr 1854, d. 25 Aug 1931

Nancy Anne Collard

F, b. 12 October 1816, d. 22 February 1903
  • Religion*: She was Baptist.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 1 June 1840 in the household of Lewis Dozier Kent at Lee County, Iowa.
  • (Witness) Census: Nancy Anne Collard appeared on the census of 20 September 1850 in the household of Lewis Dozier Kent at Lee County, Iowa.
  • (Witness) Emigration: Nancy Anne Collard emigrated with Lewis Dozier Kent in 1852.
  • (Witness) Emigration: Nancy Anne Collard emigrated with Lewis Dozier Kent on 14 October 1852 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Probate: Nancy Anne Collard witnessed the probate of the estate of Lewis Dozier Kent after 22 January 1857 at Douglas County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Note: Nancy Anne Collard was a witness Administrator's Notice with Lewis Dozier Kent on 24 March 1857 at Salem, Marion County, Oregon.
  • Census: Nancy Anne Collard appeared on the census of 20 June 1860 at Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • Residence*: She lived in 1870 at Coos County, Oregon.
  • Census*: She appeared on the census of 31 August 1870 at Empire City, Coos County, Oregon.
  • Census: She appeared on the census of 5 June 1880 at Looking Glass, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Marriage: She witnessed the marriage of Lewis Alfred Kent and Jennie America Clayton on 13 January 1900 at Douglas County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Nancy Anne Collard appeared on the census of 27 June 1900 in the household of Filena Annie "Annie" Kent at Civil Bend, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • PENSION*: Nancy Anne Collard applied for a pension No Indian Wars Widow No 8730 application card from Old War & Navy Division of the Department of the Interior on on 1 October 1902 from the state of Douglas County, Oregon.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Plaindealer
    Death of Mrs. Nancy Kent on Friday about the noon hour, another of Oregon’s pioneers and noble women passed over the dark river to the great beyond, at the advanced age of 86 years, four months and ten days. Mrs. Nancy Kent was born in Missouri, but came to Oregon over fifty years ago. She buried her husband in the Umpqua Valley just 46 years to a day before she was laid to rest. She lived in Coos County only a few months, which time she has spent with her daughter, Mrs. W.W. Gage, being accompanied by another daughter, Miss Annie Kent.
    The funeral took place at the residence, conducted by Elder R.W. Airey. The internment took place at the Odd Fellow’s cemetery on Sunday at 11:00 am in the presence of a large concourse of friends

    Coquille City Herald
    Mrs. Kent was a resident of Douglas County for a number of years and has many friends who will be pained to hear of her death. on Monday, 2 March 1903 Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Charles Collard b. 30 Nov 1781
Mother*: Nancy Carnahan b. c 1785

Family:

Lewis Dozier Kent b. 9 Sep 1814, d. 22 Jan 1857

Children:

Benton M. Kent+ b. Feb 1835, d. 3 Sep 1910
Lucinda Margaret Kent+ b. Apr 1837, d. 1908
Harriet Jane Kent b. 1839, d. 11 Aug 1859
Mary Armenta Kent b. 27 May 1841, d. 16 Jun 1858
Lucretia Virginia Kent b. 1843, d. 1893
Filena Annie "Annie" Kent b. 31 Jan 1844, d. 9 Nov 1922
Lorena Alice "Alice" Kent+ b. 4 May 1851, d. 3 Aug 1937
Lewis Alfred Kent b. Apr 1854, d. 25 Aug 1931

Filena Annie "Annie" Kent

F, b. 31 January 1844, d. 9 November 1922

Parents:

Father*: Lewis Dozier Kent b. 9 Sep 1814, d. 22 Jan 1857
Mother*: Nancy Anne Collard b. 12 Oct 1816, d. 22 Feb 1903

Family:

John Champion Richardson b. 10 Feb 1833, d. 15 Jan 1916

Lucretia Virginia Kent

F, b. 1843, d. 1893
  • Note: She A Century of Coos and Curry by Emil Peterson & Alfred Powers.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 20 September 1850 in the household of Lewis Dozier Kent at Lee County, Iowa.
  • (Witness) Emigration: Lucretia Virginia Kent emigrated with Lewis Dozier Kent in 1852.
  • (Witness) Emigration: Lucretia Virginia Kent emigrated with Lewis Dozier Kent on 14 October 1852 at Polk County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Probate: Lucretia Virginia Kent witnessed the probate of the estate of Lewis Dozier Kent after 22 January 1857 at Douglas County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Lucretia Virginia Kent appeared on the census of 20 June 1860 in the household of Nancy Anne Collard at Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon.
  • Note*: Lucretia Virginia Kent wrote a paper for the Albany Temperance Division 24 Mar 1862 (In Roseburg Museum Files) on 24 March 1862.
  • (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 31 August 1870 in the household of Nancy Anne Collard at Empire City, Coos County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Lucretia Virginia Kent appeared on the census of 4 June 1880 in the household of Cyrus Madden at Port Orford, Curry County, Oregon.

Parents:

Father*: Lewis Dozier Kent b. 9 Sep 1814, d. 22 Jan 1857
Mother*: Nancy Anne Collard b. 12 Oct 1816, d. 22 Feb 1903

Family:

Cyrus Madden b. May 1832, d. 12 Jan 1920

Rupert Leigh Pownder

M, b. 22 September 1907, d. 28 May 2001
  • (ofMo) Death: On 5 March 1910, his mother, an unknown person , died Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, died of tuberculosis.
  • Note*: He lived in Coquille with WW & Alice Gage from age 8-19 - moved to San Diego - worked for General Dynamics there.
    General Dynamics transferred him to Fort Worth, Texas.
    After retirement from General Dynamics he did Tax prep. in 1915.
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Rupert Roy "Roy" Pownder at Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
  • (Witness) Census: Rupert Leigh Pownder appeared on the census of 14 January 1920 in the household of William Washington Gage at Coquille, Coos County, Oregon.
  • Census*: Rupert Leigh Pownder appeared on the census of 1930 at San Diego, San Diego County, California.
  • Residence*: He lived in 1992.
  • Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Rupert Leigh Pownder
    FORT WORTH - Rupert Leigh Pownder, 93, died peacefully in his sleep Friday, May 27, 2001, in Fort Worth.
    Funeral: 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Greenwood Chapel. Dr. Warner Bailey will officiate. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Greenwood Funeral Home.
    Memorials: The Mental Health Association of Tarrant County, Patricia Pownder Conolly Scholarship Fund, 817-335-5405.
    Rupert Pownder was born Sept. 22, 1907, in Coquille, Ore., to Roy L. and Lee Anna Pownder. He graduated from Coquille High School and attended San Diego State College. Rupert retired from General Dynamics after 35 years of service as a cost accountant, and in retirement ran a successful tax business. Showing his commitment to the Fort Worth community, Rupert served for many years as an active board member and past president of the Mental Health Association of Tarrant County; past president of the Ridglea Civic League and founding member and past president of the Ridglea Swimming Pool Association. Rupert served as vice chairman of the Fort Worth City Welfare Board, past president and vice president of the Child Guidance Clinic Board and member of the Goodwill Industries Board of Directors. He was an active member of the Democratic Party and proudly participated in the Texas Tech Dad's Club. A longtime member of the Ridglea Presbyterian Church, Rupert will be remembered as a fine Christian, with a ready smile and concern for his fellow man.
    He is preceded in death by his only daughter, Patricia Pownder Conolly; and by a brother, LeNorm Pownder.
    Survivors: Wife of almost 62 years, Elizabeth Baker Pownder of Fort Worth; brother, Tom Pownder and wife, Margaret, of San Diego; grandchildren, Richard N. Conolly III and wife, Heather, of Bakersfield, Calif., Virginia Conolly of El Granada, Calif., Kimberly Bilodeau of Apple Vally, Calif., Rogers Conolly and wife, Willow, of Pensacola, Fla; great-grandchildren, Cory, Elizabeth, Micah and Malachi; numerous nieces, nephews and longtime friends.
    Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, (817) 336-0584
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX)
    Date: June 1, 2001
    Edition: FINAL
    Page: 9 on Friday, 1 June 2001 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
  • Obituary: An obituary appeared in the RUPERT LEIGH POWNDER
    Sept. 22, 1907-May 27, 2001
    Rupert Leigh Pownder, 93, of Fort Worth, Texas, died Sunday. He was born in Coquille, Ore., and retired from General Dynamics as a cost accountant after 35 years. He was a board member and a president of the Mental Health Association of Tarrant County and a president of the Ridglea Civic League.
    Survivors include his wife of almost 62 years, Elizabeth Baker Pownder of Fort Worth; brother, Tom Pownder of San Diego; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
    Visitation: 6-8 p.m. today, Greenwood Funeral Home, Fort Worth, Texas.
    Services: 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, Greenwood Chapel, Fort Worth, Texas.
    Donations: Mental Health Association of Tarrant County or Patricia Pownder Conolly Scholarship Fund: 817-335-5405.
    San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA)
    Date: June 1, 2001
    Edition: 1,2,7
    Page: B-6
    on Friday, 1 June 2001 San Diego, San Diego County, California.

Parents:

Father*: Rupert Roy "Roy" Pownder b. 6 Oct 1883, d. 8 Jan 1973
Mother*: Lee Anna Gage b. 16 May 1888, d. 5 Mar 1910

Family:

Child:

Patricia Elizabeth Pownder+ b. 29 Aug 1944, d. 6 Apr 1977

Jasper Lenorme Pownder

M, b. 28 March 1909, d. 19 August 1990

Parents:

Father*: Rupert Roy "Roy" Pownder b. 6 Oct 1883, d. 8 Jan 1973
Mother*: Lee Anna Gage b. 16 May 1888, d. 5 Mar 1910

Charles Alton Evernden Jr.

M, b. 1 January 1912, d. 11 January 1995

Parents:

Father*: Charles Alton Evernden Sr. b. 6 Mar 1880, d. 15 Feb 1980
Mother*: Virginia Arnia Gage b. 5 Jan 1881, d. 23 Jan 1918

Family:

Betty Whiteley b. 4 Jul 1918, d. 17 Jun 1988

Hazen Gage Evernden

M, b. 22 November 1914, d. 6 June 1983

Parents:

Father*: Charles Alton Evernden Sr. b. 6 Mar 1880, d. 15 Feb 1980
Mother*: Virginia Arnia Gage b. 5 Jan 1881, d. 23 Jan 1918

Family:

Alfred Kent J. "Kent" Seymour

M, b. 5 January 1898, d. 29 December 1970

Parents:

Father*: Alfred Seymour
Mother*: Nancy Adeline "Tess" Gage b. 12 Apr 1877, d. 28 Apr 1932

Family:

Marion J Cairns b. 23 Apr 1888, d. 26 Apr 1974

Jesse Gage

M, b. October 1822, d. 1 June 1901

Parents:

Father*: Joseph Alexander Gage b. 25 Jan 1799
Mother*: Frances Livingston b. 1800, d. 25 Apr 1878

Family:

Diona Young b. 11 Jan 1832, d. 16 Jan 1884

Children:

Frances E. Gage+ b. 1852, d. b 1895
Sarah Jane Gage+ b. Apr 1853
Thomas Smith Gage+ b. 1856, d. 14 Aug 1897
Louise Ann "Annie" Gage+ b. Nov 1859, d. 12 Dec 1949
Mary Esther Gage+ b. 1861, d. 1896
Jefferson Davis Gage+ b. 1864
Rosella A. Gage b. 11 Oct 1865, d. 4 Aug 1945