F, b. 28 October 1776, d. 13 March 1846
- Birth*: Abigail Collard was born on 28 October 1776 at Augusta County, Virginia.
- Marriage*: She married Isaac Hatfield on 7 June 1796 at Nelson County, Kentucky.
- Death*: Abigail Collard died in Missouri City, Fort Bend County, Texas, on 13 March 1846, at the age of 69.
- Married Name: As of 7 June 1796,her married name was Hatfield.
- Note: She and Isaac Hatfield From the webpage that was at http://www.ghat.com/hatftrec.htm, now disappeared (25 Jul 2018)
6 Isaac Hatfield src: Mary Ahrens d: ca 1927 - [will - Elijah Collard - witness] Lincoln Co., MO Locations: 1800 [census] Nelson Co, KY; 1817 [1 son, 2 dau] Lincoln Co, Mo; 1819 [juror - county minutes] Lincoln Co., MO
+Abigail Collard src: Mary Ahrens d: - Mo m: 07 Jun 1796 - Nelson Co, Ky Locations: 1800 Ky; 1817 Lincoln Co, Mo
7 Charles Hatfield b: 1798 Locations: ca 1820 MO
9 Timothy Hatfield.
- (Witness) Census: Abigail Collard appeared on the census of 1800 in the household of Isaac Hatfield at Nelson County, Kentucky.
- (Witness) Note: Abigail Collard was a witness (1 son, 2 dau) with Isaac Hatfield in 1817 at Lincoln County, Missouri.
Elijah Simmons Collard
M, b. 9 November 1778, d. 13 March 1847
- Birth*: Elijah Simmons Collard was born on 9 November 1778 at Augusta County, Virginia.
- Death*: He died in Gourd Creek, Walker County, Texas, on 13 March 1847, at the age of 68.
- Residence: He and Joseph Collard lived in 1811 at Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri.
- Residence*: Elijah Simmons Collard and Joseph Collard lived at Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri.
- (Witness) Marriage: Elijah Simmons Collard witnessed the marriage of Freeland W. Rose and Mary Collard on 14 July 1831 at Lincoln County, Missouri.
M, b. 22 April 1784, d. 18 June 1818
- Birth*: John Collard was born on 22 April 1784 at Augusta County, Virginia.
- Marriage*: He married Lydia Cannon on 21 May 1806 at Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky.
- Death*: John Collard died in Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri, on 18 June 1818, at the age of 34.
- Note*: He Pike County History John COLLARD's three children were raised by his brother, Charles for some time in Missouri (Felix, Isaphena & Rachel b. 1815 KY married Robert Stubblefield 15 Sep 1831 Lincoln Co. MO). (Pike Co. IL.)
- Biography*: He Chapter 164
John Collard Killed by Runaway in Missouri; Estate Sale Held 1818
JOHN COLLARD, fourth son of Joseph of the Revolution, married Lydia Cannon, daughter of James of the Revolution, in Kentucky, in 1809. They had four children, all born in Christian county, Kentucky, namely, Felix Alver, Isaphena, Rachel and John J. Collard. The first of these, Felix Alver Collard, so well known in the pioneer history of Pleasant Hill township, was born in Christian county, Kentucky, July 20, 1810. The last born, John J. Collard, prominent in Pike county affairs of a later date, was born in the Kentucky settlement, September 7, 1817.
John J. Collard was an infant when his parents started for Missouri late in 1817 or early in 1818. His father, Joseph Collard, had pioneered on the Missouri border, where he had settled in 1805 and where he had died at Wood's Fort (now Troy) in 1812. The son, John, settled near his father's old "Cuivre river grant" in St. Charles county, in that part that was soon to become Lincoln county. Lincoln county was erected out of old St. Charles at the seventh annual session of the Missouri territorial legislature at St. Louis, December 14, 1818.
Missouri had only seven counties when John Collard brought his family to what is now Lincoln county. They were St. Louis, St. Charles, Ste. Genevieve, Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, Washington and Howard. Missouri was still a territory, of which St. Louis was the capital. Missouri Territory (dating from 1812) included present Arkansas, Iowa, western Minnesota, the old Indian Territory (Oklahoma), the Dakotas, Nebraska, and most of Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming. East of the river lay the then territory of Illinois, whose capital was at Kaskaskia. In Illinois Territory a census was under way and steps being taken for a constitutional convention preliminary to admission of Illinois to statehood.
Such was the political and geographical background in the early months of 1818, about the time that the John Collard family migrated from Kentucky to Missouri Territory.
John Collard was killed by a wagon in a runaway accident soon after he settled in Missouri. His death is recorded as of June 18, 1818. He died intestate. Records of the administration of his estate rest in the archives of the probate court in the brick courthouse in Troy, Missouri. His older brother, Elijah Collard, pioneer on the Cuivre river and emigrant to Texas in the early 1830s (one account says late 1820s, an error), was administrator of his estate, and the widow of the deceased, Lydia Cannon Collard, was administratrix.
Yellowed papers, mostly roughly torn scraps of coarse unruled paper, some of them in handwriting barely legible, make up an interesting record of the John Collard estate. For instance, there is this receipt, given by Jeremiah Lewis, neighbor of the Collards back in Kentucky, to Edward Bradshaw, representing the estate and its administrators in Kentucky, dated December 13, 1819: "Recv'd of Edward Bradshaw twenty-three dollars and ten cents in notes due to Lidia Collard, widow of John Collard, Dec'd, it being in part pay for a wagon which I sold to sd. Lidia Collard a few days before she moved from Christian county."
Also there is Edward Bradshaw's receipt to Elijah Collard, administrator, dated May 22, 1820, which reads as follows: "Rcv'd $5.50 from Elijah Collard for a trunk I let decedent's widow have when she moved from Christian County to Missouri."
Elijah Collard, administrator, presented a bill against the estate for $78 covering time and expenses of a trip from Missouri back to Kentucky to collect money due his brother's estate. The bill recites that it took 39 days in the months of May and June, in the year 1820, to make the trip. Another trip was made in 1822 for which the bill was $78.25. A third trip in 1824 was billed by the administrator at $75.
John Collard loaned money in varying amounts, some of the loans in amounts of from $6 to $10, to numerous persons, taking the borrower's notes, of which there is a complete list in the estate records. The largest note was one given by Major Groom of Caldwell county, Kentucky, (adjoining Christian). Settlement of this note required Elijah Collard's attendance in Kentucky where the note was pressed for collection in the Caldwell circuit court.
A bill against the estate presented by a merchant of Todd county, Kentucky, indicates that the Collard family must have traded across the county line in Todd county, which lies next to Christian on the east.
Records of the estate disclose the source whence Felix Alver Collard and his sister Isaphena, elder children of John and Lydia Cannon Collard, got their earliest education on the Missouri border. The receipt of William Coapere, Tutor, dated at Troy, Missouri, September 3, 1819, reads: "Rcv'd from Elijah Collard $5.50 for tuition of said children of John Collard, deceased." Felix at this time was nine and Isaphena six.
John J. Collard, youngest of the four children, destined to become a school teacher and clerk of the county court in Pike county, Illinois, probably got his first schooling from Wetmore, an early Missouri pedagogue. A receipt signed by James Wetmore and dated in August, 1823, reads: "Received from Capt. Elijah Collard $1.75 for schooling of John Collard's children (deceased)." John J. was then about six.
At John Collard's sale, held at the Cuivre river settlement October 10, 1818 in connection with the settlement of his estate, the widow, Lydia Cannon Collard, bid in a slave woman and her two children at $1,075. Bidding for the slave and her children apparently was spirited. The appraisement sheet shows that the Negro slave woman and her two children had been appraised at $850.
In a "List of property exempt from inventory for the support and maintenance of Lydia Collard, widow of said John Collard, deceased, and her children, the appraisers set off one Negro boy, appraised at $400, two cows and calves at $30, and one umbrella, $5," a total of $435. The appraisers state that the number in the family is five, the widow and four small children. The appraisers, David Porter, Samuel Gibson and Daniel Draper, subscribe the inventory as "given under our hands in upper Cuivre Township, St. Charles County, Missouri Territory, this 10th day of October, 1818." The subscribed document is headed "An Inventory of the slaves and personal estate of John Collard, deceased, as given in to us the undersigned appraisers by Elijah Collard, administrator, and Lydia Collard, administratrix."
Lydia Collard brought almost the entire list of offerings at the sale. Among the items she purchased was a cotton wheel and pair of cards for $2, a side-saddle $1 (was appraised at $8), a bridle $5.50, one mare $55, a waggon sheet and bell $5. Michael Celser bought a "waggon and hind gears" for $53. Isaac Cannon (brother of Lydia Collard) bought an oven for $3.
The sale bill amounted to $1,325.89 ½ of which $1,075 was for the Negro woman and her children. Notes owed to John Collard totaled $2,376.33 3/4, making a total estate of $3,702.23 1/4.
One bill against the estate was that of James Charless for three insertions of the administration notice in the Missouri Gazette in April, 1819. The bill was $2.
Felix Alver Collard, eldest of John Collard's four children, was not yet eight years old when his father was killed; the youngest child, John J., was not ten months old. The three older children, Felix, Isaphena and Rachel, were for a time taken into the home of the deceased father's older brother, Charles Collard, a Baptist minister on the Missouri border. Charles Collard also had children of his own, Margaret Collard, who married John Buckaloo (son of Eliab), in Pike county, October 26, 1834, and Mary Collard, who married Freeland W. Rose in Lincoln county, Missouri, on July 14, 1831, with her uncle, Elijah Collard, an upper Cuivre township justice of the peace, officiating. John Buckaloo and his wife settled adjacent to the early Lewis, Galloway and Barnett settlement in Pleasant Hill township.
What became of Lydia Cannon Collard's slaves is undisclosed in the records. She came of a slave-holding family. Her father, James Cannon, was a slave-holder; her mother, Rachel Stark, also belonged to a slave-holding line. Whether Lydia freed her slaves before coming to Illinois is unknown. Her father in his will, indited June 30, 1836, provided for the emancipation of his household slaves upon his death, which occurred in 1842. Said he in his will, of record at Troy, Missouri: "My will and desire is that my two servants, Sarah and George, who are slaves, shall after my decease have their freedom and that my executor shall cause the necessary papers of emancipation to be made out properly, certified and delivered to each of said Slaves as soon as it conveniently can be done." His son, Isaac Cannon, who married John Collard's youngest sister, Mary Collard, was named executor of the will and entrusted to carry out the emancipation provision. The will was witnessed by Brice W. Hammack, Thomas Buchanan and David Willson (Wilson), the latter of whom married Isaphena Collard, daughter of James Cannon's daughter, Lydia.
Lydia Cannon Collard, widow of John, later married Isaac L. Thurman, an early settler near present Troy, Missouri. (Note: Some descendants contend that prior to this marriage, Lydia married a Newton Collard, a brother of her first husband, and by him had one son, John Collard, known among his Pike county, Illinois, relatives as "Missouri John.") Children by Lydia's marriage to Isaac Thurman were Elijah, Keziah (Kizzie), Granville, Ephraim Jackson, George W. and Mary Little (Polly) Thurman.
(Note: In Missouri records and in the early records of Pike county, Illinois, the name of this family is usually spelled "Thurman." In later records, some branches of the family have adopted the spelling "Thurmon.")
John J. Collard and, to some extent at least, the other children of Lydia by her Collard marriage were raised by Isaac Thurman along with his own children. The three older Collard children were for a considerable period of time in the home of their uncle, the Reverend Charles Collard, in Missouri.
It appears from records in the John Collard estate that Isaac L. Thurman and his family, including all four Collard children, may have come over into Illinois in 1824. A return to the August term of court in Lincoln county in 1824 by James Bradley, a service officer entrusted with papers to be served on the heirs of John Collard, states as to said heirs, namely: "Felix Collard, Isy F. Collard, Rachel Collard, James Collard and Lydia Collard," that "they are not found in my county." There is also the notation, "gone to Illinois."
If there was a removal to Illinois at that time, there must have been a subsequent removal back to Missouri. The life history of Ephraim Jackson Thurman (son of Isaac and Lydia) states that he was born August 18, 1832, in Missouri.
Further records of the children of Isaac L. Thurman and Lydia Cannon Collard Thurman will be related in connection with the story of Keziah (Kizzie) Thurman, who became the wife of Samuel Hardin Lewis, Jr., a son of the elder Samuel and his wife, Mary Barnett.
- (Witness) Biography: He was included in the biography of Felix Alver Collard.
Margaret "Peggy" Collard
F, b. 24 July 1786
- Birth*: Margaret "Peggy" Collard was born on 24 July 1786.
Joseph Collard Jr.
M, b. 29 August 1794, d. 13 January 1835
- Marriage*: Joseph Collard Jr. married Mary Null.
- Birth*: Joseph Collard Jr. was born on 29 August 1794 at Virginia.
- Death*: He died in Pleasant Hill, Pike County, Illinois, on 13 January 1835, at the age of 40.
- Note*: He http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~glendasubyak/ch193.html.
M, b. 9 August 1796, d. 1840
- Birth*: James Collard was born on 9 August 1796 at Christian County, Kentucky.
- Marriage*: He married Mary Barker in 1818.
- Death*: James Collard died in Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri, in 1840.
F, b. 14 November 1799, d. between 27 November 1872 and 27 November 1882
- Birth*: Mary Collard was born on 14 November 1799 at Kentucky.
- Marriage*: She married Isaac Cannon on 6 February 1817 at Christian County, Kentucky.
- Death*: Mary Collard died between 27 November 1872 and 27 November 1882.
- Married Name: As of 6 February 1817,her married name was Cannon.
Isaac Newton Collard
M, d. 1822
- Birth*: Isaac Newton Collard was born.
- Death*: He died in 1822.
- Birth*: Lewis Collard was born.
Rosie Belle McGinnis
F, b. 26 November 1919, d. 4 April 2008
- Birth*: Rosie Belle McGinnis was born on 26 November 1919 at Ryan, Jefferson County, Oklahoma.
- Marriage*: She married Willard Lawrence Gage, son of William Larkin "Lark" Gage and Perethenia Woodward, on 23 December 1951 at Sunnyside, Yakima County, Washington.
- Death*: Rosie Belle McGinnis died in Orofino, Clearwater County, Idaho, on 4 April 2008, at the age of 88.
- Burial*: She was buried after 4 April 2008 in West Branch Cemetery at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- Note*: She she had children from a previous marriage: to Mr. Hix
1. Jancille Hix Van Corbach (1990-Pierce ID)
2. Julie Hix Larson (1990-Yakima WA)
3. E.D. "Darrel" Hix (1990-Kila MT)
4. Janice Hix Bakeman (1990-Ceres CA.)
- (Surviving Spouse) Obituary: She survived her husband (Willard Lawrence Gage) and was listed in his obituary as residing in Rosie B. Hix Gage (obituary dated on 4 January 1990.)
- Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Rosie Gage
Rosie Belle Gage 88, a resident of Orofino, Idaho, died Friday April 4, 2008, with her family by her side, in the Clearwater Hospital, Orofino Idaho. Graveside services and interment were conducted Friday, April 11, in the West Branch Cemetery, Mitchell, Oregon with her nephew Rev. Carl Naas officiating. Agates that Mrs. Gage had found on the beach and polished were given as worry-stones to family and friends at the beginning of the service and balloons were released by them at the end of the service with personal messages written on them.
Mrs. Gage was born November 26, 1919 in Ryan Oklahoma. She was the daughter of Doctor Harry and Virginia (Welty) McGinnis. As a child she attended schools in Oklahoma and New Mexico. She and her family moved to Oregon in the 30's and she remained there until World War II and then moved to San Diego, Calif., to work for Ryan Aeronautical Company as a riveter on airplanes being made for the war.
She married Willard Lawrence Gage on December 23, 1951 at Sunnyside, Washington. After her marriage she became a stay at home mom while Willard worked for the Hanford Nuclear Reservation as a pipe fitter.
During their time in the area they lived in Granger and after their children left home she and Willard moved to Kiona Benton. After Willard retired, they moved to Mitchell, Oregon where he had grown up.
Rosie was an integral part of the small community.
She was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church and helped with the events at the Mitchell Senior Center.
Mrs. Gage was an avid outdoorswoman who enjoyed fishing and spending time on the coast of Oregon clamming, painting and drawing pictures of the places that she and Willard visited each year. Also, she enjoyed her home and spent hours in her vegetable and flower gardens.
In May of 2000 she moved to Orofino, Idaho, to be near her daughter Juacile and lived in her own apartment at Brookside Landing until her death. She enjoyed having friends in for ice cream, and sharing special food that she had cooked with them. She was also, a very active member of the Orofino Tabernacle Church and initiated many prayer requests for family and friends.
Survivors include her four children: Juacile Van Corbach and husband Hank of Pierce Idaho, Julie Gage Larson of Yakima, WA, E.D. Hix and wife Alvina of Kila, Mont., and Janice Ley and husband Lloyd of Wausau, Wis. Eight grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews also survive. Rosie was preceded in her death by her parents, her newborn son Benny Ray Hix, her sister Lois Wheeler, and her three brothers, Oscar Mc Ginnis, Merle Mc Ginnis and J.C. Mc Ginnis.
Whispering Pines Funeral Home was in charge of these arrangements.
The Central Oregonian on Monday, 28 April 2008 Prineville, Crook County, Oregon.
Darlene Shari Rose
F, b. 28 May 1931, d. 2 December 2005
- Birth*: Darlene Shari Rose was born on 28 May 1931 at Prineville, Crook County, Oregon.
- Marriage*: She married Tanklin Ray "Ray" Gage, son of William Larkin "Lark" Gage and Perethenia Woodward, on 21 May 1948 at Pasco, Franklin County, Washington.
- Death*: Darlene Shari Rose died in Bend, Deschutes County, Oregon, on 2 December 2005, at the age of 74.
- Burial*: She was buried after 2 December 2005 in Lower Mitchell Cemetery at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- PARENTS*: She was the child of Clarence Rose and Merle (Birdsong) Duffy.
- Residence*: She and Tanklin Ray "Ray" Gage lived on 14 June 2005 at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- Obituary: An obituary appeared in the Darlene Shari Gage
May 28, 1931 - Dec. 2, 2005
Darlene Shari Gage of Mitchell died Friday. She was 74.
A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Mitchell Baptist Church.
Mrs. Gage was born May 28, 1931, in Prineville to Clarence and Merle (Birdsong) Duffy. She attended school in Sisters and Prineville, and graduated from Mitchell High School. She married Ray Gage on May 21, 1948, in Pasco, Wash.
Mrs. Gage was a homemaker. She also worked as the Mitchell city recorder and for Schnee Grocery Store for 10 years. She served on the Mitchell election board, and as justice of the peace for 10 years. She enjoyed spending time with family, cooking, sewing, painting, gardening, flowers and collecting tea cups.
Survivors include her husband; a son, Darrell of Hermiston; a daughter, Susie Kelley of Bend; a stepmother, Virginia Rose of Pendleton; two brothers, George Rose of Pendleton and Jack Duffy of Island City; two sisters, Sharon Wright of Elgin and Karen Rose of Germany; seven grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to Air Life of Oregon, 2500 NE Neff Road, Bend, OR 97701; or the American Heart Association, 1200 NW Naito Parkway, Suite 220, Portland, OR 97209.
Whispering Pines Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Bulletin, The (Bend, OR)
Date: December 5, 2005
on Monday, 5 December 2005 Bend, Deschutes County, Oregon.
- Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Darlene Shari Gage
Darlene Shari Gage passed away on Friday, December 2, 2005 at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon. She was 74 years old. Funeral services were on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2005 at Mitchell Baptist Church in Mitchell, Ore. Pastor Carl Naas officiated.
Darlene was born on May 28, 1931 to Clarence Rose and Merle (Birdsong) Duffy in Prineville. She married Ray Gage on May 21, 1948 in Pasco, Wash.
She attended school in Sisters, Prineville and Mitchell, graduating from Mitchell High School. She then married Ray and raised two children. Darlene worked for Schnee Grocery Store for 10 years and was also Justice of the Peace for 10 years. She worked as the city recorder and worked on the election board. She was very active in the Mitchell community. She has lived her life time in Mitchell, Ore.
Her hobbies included her family, cooking, sewing, painting, flowers and collecting tea cups.
Survivors include her husband, Ray Gage of Mitchell, Ore., daughter Susie and Mike Kelley of Bend, Ore., son, Darrell and Donna Gage of Hermiston, Ore., sisters Sharon Wright of Elgin, Ore., and Karen Rose of Germany, brothers, George Rose of Pendleton, Ore., and Jack Duffy of Island City, Ore., and stepmother, Virginia Rose of Pendleton, Ore., and seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Memorial contributions may be made to Air Life of Oregon, 2500 NE Neff Rd, Bend, OR 97701-9976 or American Heart Association, 1200 NW Naito Parkway Suite #220, Portland, OR 97209.
Whispering Pines Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
www.CentralOregonian.com in December 2005 Oregon.
Billie Lane Campbell
M, b. 7 December 1927, d. 31 October 1966
- Birth*: Billie Lane Campbell was born on 7 December 1927 at Oregon.
- Death*: He died in Wheeler County, Oregon, on 31 October 1966, at the age of 38.
- Burial*: He was buried after 31 October 1966 in Lower Mitchell Cemetery at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 16 April 1930 in the household of Claude Auston Campbell at Bridge Creek, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- (ofMo) Death: On 12 March 1942, his mother, an unknown person , died Oregon searched Prineville newspaper thru 2 Apr 1942 with no obit/funeral article seen.
Reva Lorraine Campbell
F, b. 17 July 1929, d. 5 May 2003
- Birth*: Reva Lorraine Campbell was born on 17 July 1929 at Dufur, Wasco County, Oregon.
- Death*: She died in Fort McCoy, Marion County, Florida, on 5 May 2003, at the age of 73.
- (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 16 April 1930 in the household of Claude Auston Campbell at Bridge Creek, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- (ofMo) Death: On 12 March 1942, her mother, an unknown person , died Oregon searched Prineville newspaper thru 2 Apr 1942 with no obit/funeral article seen.
- Married Name: Her married name was Logan.
- Married Name: Her married name was Smith.
- Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the Reva Lorraine Campbell Smith died of natural causes at her home in Ft. McCoy, Fla. She was 73 years old.
Reva was born in Dufur June 17, 1929 to Claude and Gladys (Gage) Campbell. She spent her early years in The Dalles and the Mitchell area.
Survivors include her daughter Lorraine Freedman and family of Baltimore, Md; a son Michael Logan and family of Lancaster, Pa; and long time companion Frank Hagen of Ft. McCoy, Fla; aunt Ruth Mulvahill of Prineville; uncle Ray Gage of Mitchell; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a son Scott Logan, brother Bill Campbell, and aunts Elsie Miller and Mary Misener and uncle Willard Gage. on Tuesday, 13 May 2003 Prineville, Crook County, Oregon.
Father*: Claude Auston Campbell b. 4 Dec 1894, d. 27 Feb 1976
Mother*: Gladys Marie Gage b. 24 Jan 1909, d. 12 Mar 1942
Mother*: Gladys Marie Gage b. 24 Jan 1909, d. 12 Mar 1942
Scott Gerald Logan b. 15 May 1953, d. May 1990
Eva Lorraine Miller
F, b. 8 August 1933, d. 30 July 2011
- Birth*: Eva Lorraine Miller was born on 8 August 1933 at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- Marriage*: She married Billie Oas on 23 June 1954 at Oregon.
- Death*: Eva Lorraine Miller died in Prineville, Crook County, Oregon, on 30 July 2011, at the age of 77.
- (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 4 April 1940 in the household of Rodrich Random Butler "Butler" Miller at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- Married Name: As of 23 June 1954,her married name was Oas.
- Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the on Thursday, 4 August 2011 Prineville, Crook County, Oregon.
Father*: Rodrich Random Butler "Butler" Miller b. 7 Aug 1903, d. 5 Aug 1975
Mother*: Elsie Irene Gage b. 21 Jul 1910, d. 6 Oct 1996
Mother*: Elsie Irene Gage b. 21 Jul 1910, d. 6 Oct 1996
Michael "Joe" Mulvahill
M, b. 4 February 1941, d. 8 May 1984
- Birth*: Michael "Joe" Mulvahill was born on 4 February 1941 at Prineville, Crook County, Oregon.
- Death*: He died in Prineville, Crook County, Oregon, on 8 May 1984, at the age of 43.
- Burial*: He was buried after 8 May 1984 in Juniper Haven Cemetery at Prineville, Crook County, Oregon.
- Obituary*: An obituary appeared in the on Thursday, 10 May 1984 Crook County, Oregon.
James Larkin Mulvahill
M, b. 16 February 1942, d. 23 June 2008
- Birth*: James Larkin Mulvahill was born on 16 February 1942.
- Death*: He died in Star, Ada County, Idaho, on 23 June 2008, at the age of 66.
- Burial*: He was buried after 23 June 2008 in Idaho State Veterans Cemetery (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30288389) at Boise, Ada County, Idaho.
- (Surviving Sibling M) Obituary: He survived his brother (Michael "Joe" Mulvahill) and was listed in the obituary as Jim of Aloha (Obituary dated on 10 May 1984.)
- (Surviving child Dad) Obituary: James Larkin Mulvahill survived his father (James Michael Mulvahill) and was listed in the obituary as James L. Mulvahill of Aloha (Obituary dated on 8 July 1988.)
- (Surviving child Mom) Obituary: James Larkin Mulvahill survived his mother (Violet Ruth "Ruth" Gage) and was listed in the obituary as Jimmy of Copalis Beach, Wash. (Obituary dated on 21 August 2007.)
Scott Gerald Logan
M, b. 15 May 1953, d. May 1990
- Birth*: Scott Gerald Logan was born on 15 May 1953.
- Death*: He died in May 1990.
Mother*: Reva Lorraine Campbell b. 17 Jul 1929, d. 5 May 2003
Evelyn Jane "Jane" Nicholas
F, b. 1921, d. 1986
- Birth*: Evelyn Jane "Jane" Nicholas was born in 1921 at Wheeler County, Oregon.
- Death*: She died in 1986.
- (Witness) Census: She appeared on the census of 14 April 1930 in the household of Oscar Clarence "Mack" Nicholas at Mitchell, Wheeler County, Oregon.
- Married Name: Her married name was Weber.
- Residence*: Evelyn Jane "Jane" Nicholas lived in 1973 at Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
- (Surviving child Dad) Obituary: She survived her father (Oscar Clarence "Mack" Nicholas) and was listed in the obituary as Jane Weber, Portland (Obituary dated on 17 September 1973.)