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Will do lookups - 110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

Will do lookups - 110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

Debra (View posts)
Posted: 11 Jun 2005 2:54PM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 12 Jun 2005 7:43AM GMT
Hello,

I have the following book that I would be happy to search for you:

110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

It is mainly photos of the area, but it does have some interesting info.

Debra
Portland

Lookup - Triplett

Posted: 4 Jul 2005 2:33AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 9 Jan 2006 7:42AM GMT
Interested in my ancestors James H Triplett, William his son and james wife Mary Jane(Swift) Triplett plus williams family Eveline(Murray) Triplett later married to J M Martin in Leland Merlin area or Jump Off Joe and Galice Creek ,1870 to 1900 G Frame

Lookup - Boyd, Mattison, Norton

Posted: 7 Jan 2006 7:53AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 9 Jan 2006 7:42AM GMT
Hi,
Are there any Boyd, Mattison, Norton around Jump Off Joe Creek or Josephine County/Grants Pass? Late 1800's...William Boyd, etc.? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks

Re: Lookup - Boyd, Mattison, Norton

sally (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jan 2006 11:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jan 2006 7:43AM GMT
Mabel E. Boyd married Dudley M. De Puy 4/15/1890 vol 3 page 103
Mabel E. Boyd married Raymond D. Stock 4/2/1906 vol 5 page 189. Mabels parents were T.G. and Philindia Boyd.
"First there was Twogood" by Larry McLane page 91 Petition for Liquor licence signed by W.E. Boyd. This means he was in the Leland area in Jan of 1907 as he had to be a resident to sigh a petition

Re: Lookup - Boyd, Mattison, Norton

Posted: 21 Feb 2006 6:28AM GMT
Classification: Query
A belated thank you for the information...Mabel and her parents are my family...

I'd never heard anything about a liquor licence before your post, & so was not sure you found the William Boyd I was looking for. But recently ran across an unlabeled, undated photo of Wm Boyd and waitresses/staff in front of "Emerick Cafe" "Breakfast and Lunch." Your information helps place him in time, but now I wonder where the cafe was...any ideas?

Thanks again for your time.

Re: Lookup - Boyd, Mattison, Norton

Posted: 21 Feb 2006 6:37AM GMT
Classification: Query
Was Leland a town or a mining settlement? Does Leland still exist? I couldn't find much info on the internet. I'll keep looking...

thanks...

Re: Will do lookups - 110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

Posted: 2 Jun 2006 9:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Jun 2006 7:25AM GMT
Surnames: Miller, Kester
I would like to ask about
David Miller & Sarah Kester - Slate Creek
In Josephine Co late 1860's-1890's.

Thanks

Re: Will do lookups - 110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

Posted: 31 Jul 2007 10:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hay Family Lookup- need information on William and Elizabeth Hay, Slate creek area, four children- Elizabeth,Jermiah, Jarvis J, WIlliam. Would love to find thier birth, death and marriage information or anything else you may find. Thank you
Nancy

Re: Will do lookups - 110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

Posted: 1 Aug 2007 2:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
I guess my rogk has come back around. I doubt you have anything on Isaac Thomas and his family, Lizzie, James, Dorothy, Lyda, and Warren. I appreciate your effort. Thanks.

Re: Will do lookups - 110 Years with Josephine, The History of Josephine County, Oregon, 1856-1966

Posted: 1 Aug 2007 3:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have the book"Josephine County Historical highlights" vol 1 by Edna May Hill it states:
William B. Hay was born in 1805 in Lee County Virginia. He married Mary Elizabeth Sandsbury in October 1822. Their children were; Jarvis and Jeremiah(Jerry) twin sons born Aug 4,1838; James Willis(Willie),a son born July 10,1842 and a daughter Elizabeth.If you want the entire article let me know and I will copy and snail mail it to you.
They are in the 1860 census.
Jarvis is in the 1870 census
I see hay and Hays in the 1900 census.
Marriages in Josephine county:

James Jarvis married Martha J. Brown oct 23,1860 page 29

vol 1 Josephine county marriage book.
Elizabeth Hay married Joseph Brown march 11 1858 vol 1 page 11 Josephine county marriage book.

William B.Hay took out a donation land claim in Josephine county it says B. 1805 Lee Co Va. arr in Oregon 1 sept 1854; SC 10 Nov/ 1 Dec 1854 M. Elizabeth Sandburg, Oct 1833/5, Laurel Co. Ky.

The indian battle of Fort Hay was documented in
the book"indian Wars Of The Rogue River". I will copy and send that to you snail mail if you have not seen it. Hope some of this is helpful.
Sally
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