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Claggett, Charles and Mary (Irvine)

Charles, born in 1813 in Kentucky, and his wife, Mary S. (Irvine) Claggett, also born in Kentucky in 1813. They married in July of 1832 and came overland from Missouri to Oregon in 1852. They settled a few miles north of Salem, in Keizer, and had thirteen children, one of whom was Mary Margaret, the wife of Hugh L. McNary. Charles died in 1902 and Mary died in 1889.

Smith, F. A., 1830-1903

Lockwood, Sumner F. and Lillian

Sumner Fremont (1857-) and Lillian (1863-)(m. Crawford), children of Reuben and Mary (Bryant) Lockwood. Their younger sister, Emma Jane, died near Oregon City in 1860, of scarlet fever, at 10 months old. They had an older sister, Nancy Ann, born in 1850, in Indiana, who married a man named Greve. Sumner married Paulina Brazee on March 6, 1881, and was a restaurant and hotel keeper in Portland in 1900.

Quick, Martha Anna (Pitzer) and child

Martha "Annie" Pitzer, born in 1822 in Licking County, Ohio, to John and Elizabeth (DeBott) Pitzer. She married James Quick in 1840 in Ohio. They came overland from the Midwest to Oregon in 1853, with five children in tow, and settled in Tillamook County. She had four more children once they arrived in Oregon Territory. Annie died in Tillamook in 1888. The child pictured here with her could be either Charles (born 1859) or, less likely, Nellie (born 1865).

Parrish, Reverend Edward Evans

Edward Evans Parrish, born November 20, 1791, in Monongalia County, West Virginia, to Edward and Rachel (Evans) Parrish. He first married Elizabeth Bussey in West Virginia, in 1814. They had six children. He remarried, in 1827, Rebecca Mapel, in Pennsylvania. They went on to have six children of their own: Elizabeth Ellen, Thomas Mapel Andrew Jackson, Mary Ann Springer, Rebecca Shinn, Edward Evans, Jr., and Rachel Marinda. They crossed the plains, starting in 1843 in Ohio, and arrived in Oregon City in 1844. They settled on a donation land claim in Marion County, before Salem was a town. He died October 24, 1874, in Linn County, Oregon, and is buried at Knox's Butte Cemetery.

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