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by Marlene Pointer

I have not proven that Elijah is their father.  Thanks
Descendants of Elijah Rhodes

Generation No. 1

1. ELIJAH2 RHODES (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1784 in Prob. Near Edinburgh
Scotland, and was living with his son William in Gentry Co., Mo. in 1850 so one would assume that he
died in Mo.. He married UNK RHODES UNK 15 April 1812 in Randolph, NC. She was born Abt. 1795 in Prob Near Edinborough
Scotland, and died Bef. 1840 in Henry Co. IN several yrs after husband..

More About ELIJAH RHODES:

Census: 1820, Wake Co. NC Panther Br. District p 000

Immigration: Bet. 1800 - 1810, With the (Maybe James, Stinson) Stinson
family, from Scotland.

Lived: Abt. 1814, Wake Co. NC

More About UNK RHODES UNK:

Individual Note: Not a proven connection as wife/mother


Children of ELIJAH RHODES and UNK UNK are:

2. i. ESTHER A. W.3 RHODES, b: Bet. 1810 - 1820, Wake Co. NC.

ii. JOSEPH RHODES, b: Bet. 1800 - 1815, prob Wake Co. NC.

More About JOSEPH RHODES:

Census: 1820, Wake Co. NC Panther Br. District p 000

3. iii. MARGARET JANE RHODES, b: 01 January 1814, Wake Co., North Carolina;
d: 13 September 1864, Albany, Linn Co , OR.

iv. MARY RHODES, b: Bet. 1815 - 1820, Wake Co. NC; d: Henry Co. IN.

v. ANN RHODES, b: Bet. 1815 - 1830, Wake Co. NC; d: Missouri.

4. vi. CROGHAN RHODES, b: Bet. 1816 - 1820, Wake Co. NC; d: 07 August 1892,
Chehalis, WA.

vii. WILLIAM RHODES, b: Aft. 1830; d: Gentry Co. MO.

More About WILLIAM RHODES:

Lived: Gentry Co. MO



Generation No. 2


2. ESTHER A. W.3 RHODES (ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born Bet. 1810 - 1820 in Wake
Co. NC. She married ALFRED H. STINSON Abt. 1829, son of JOHN STINSON and
SARAH TYSON. He was born 1793 in Wake Co. NC.


Children of ESTHER RHODES and ALFRED STINSON are:

i. JAMES4 STINSON, b: Aft. 1830.

5. ii. CASSENDA STINSON, b: 1831; d: 13 January 1899, Bigelow, Kansas.

iii. MARY P.  STINSON who was born Aug. 7, 1843 Andrew Co., Mo. and died Bigelow, Ks Jan. 12, 1893 was married to Jacob Inman.


3. MARGARET JANE3 RHODES (ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born 01 January 1814 in Wake
Co., North Carolina, and died 13 September 1864 in Albany, Linn Co , OR. She
married JOHN QUINCY I. RODGERS1 24 October 1833 in Henry Co., Indiana, son
of AARON RODGERS and ELIZABETHA BUMGARNER. He was born 25 October 1813 in
Monongalia Co., VA now WV, and died 05 October 1894 in King's Valley, Benton
Co., OR From a fall off his porch..

More About MARGARET JANE RHODES:

Burial: Gingles Cemetery, Wellsdale, Benton Co. OR

Census: Parentage unproven

Lived: Bef. 1853, Linn-Benton Co. OR

Notes for JOHN QUINCY I. RODGERS:

Birth Date and family information came from

Rodgers family bible. Copied by Myrtle Christensen Russell

Copy of Marriage Record: License issued 22 October, 1833, married by b: I.
Cady acting Justice of the Peace in Henry Co. IN. Attested by Eli Murphey
filed in circuit court Oct 25, 1833.

More About JOHN QUINCY I. RODGERS:

Burial: Gingles Cemetery, Wellsdale, Benton Co. OR

Census: Brother being George b: Rodgers from Family Bible

Emigration: 1850, First indication he was in Oregon Donation Land Claim on
Soap Creek

Fact 3: 1860, Census has John Rogers living with him age 11 mo.

Fact 4: 1860, Census: has Willis E. Rinehart living with him age 1 mo.

Fact 5: Carpenter

Fact 6: 1871, OR Donation Land Claim Vil II Polk Co.

Fact 7: 1871, all children married one child 11

Guardian: Bef. 20 September 1870, For Silas E. Moore.

Lived: Adjoining claim to John S. Miller, son-in-law

Occupation: 1850, Farmer

Marriage Notes for MARGARET RHODES and JOHN RODGERS:

Marriage; Family Search file v4.19


Children of MARGARET RHODES and JOHN RODGERS are:

i. ESTHER ANN4 RODGERS, b: 11 January 1835, Henry Co. IN; d: 1909; m. JAMES
HERRON, 10 May 1852, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska Territory; b: Bet. 1827 -
1831, Muskingham, OH.

6. ii. VIENNA FRANCES RODGERS, b: 14 October 1837, New Castle, Henry Co.,
Indiana; d: 28 July 1907, Corvallis, Kings Valley, OR.

iii. ALCINDAY RODGERS, b: 10 September 1840, New Castle, Henry Co. IN; d.
Bef. 1872.

7. iv. LOUISA JANE RODGERS, b: 06 April 1841, Andrews Co. Missouri; d: Abt.
1870, OR.

v. MARTHA RODGERS, b: Aft. 1842; d: Bef. 1872; m. UNK CULP; b: Abt. 1840.

8. vi. JOHN QUINCY II RODGERS, b: 28 July 1859, Wellsdale, Benton Co. OR; d.
05 December 1935, Albany, Linn Co or Benton Co., OR.

vii. WILLIS E. RINEHART, b: 1860, OR.



4. CROGHAN3 RHODES (ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born Bet. 1816 - 1820 in Wake Co.
NC, and died 07 August 1892 in Chehalis, WA. He married NANCY PYBURN 26
September 1843 in Andrew Co. MO, daughter of AMON PYBURN and RACHEL ROBBINS.
She was born 1825 in IN, and died in OR.

Notes for CROGHAN RHODES:

Left Foster's place on Aug 7, 1892 to pick blackberries and never returned,
never found after a week of searching

Oregon Donation Land Claim

5 May 1873 #3141 OROCAA 011306

Oregon City 640 acres

Twp 10 S, R 4 W Sections 8,9

Polk/Benton Co

found in Knight Library, U of O, Eugene, OR

Special Collections

More About CROGHAN RHODES:

AKA (Facts Pg): First name also spelled Groghan and Chrogan

Burial: Never found.

Census: Documented Family Search Ancestral File v4.19

Lived: 1850, Polk Co. OR On the Census there.

More About NANCY PYBURN:

Census: Documented Family Search Ancestral File v4.19


Children of CROGHAN RHODES and NANCY PYBURN are:

i. DANIEL4 RHODES, b: 1839.

ii. REILLY RHODES, b: Bet. 1844 - 1858.

iii. WILLIAM RHODES, b: 1845.

9. iv. ZIMRI ZINEMAN RHODES, b: 1847, IL, On the plains; d: 23 September
1896, Lewis Co. WA.

v. MARGARET JANE RHODES, b: 1852.

vi. JOSEPH RHODES, b: 1854.

vii. JOSEPHINE RHODES, b: 1854.

viii. ELIAS RHODES, b: 1856.

ix. ARZILLA RHODES, b: 1859.

10. x. LEANDER RHODES, b: Bet. 1849 - 1860; d: Bet. 31 July 1923 - 1933,
Boisfort Prairie, Klaber, WA.

xi. MARY ANN RHODES, b: 1862.

xii. WILLARD RHODES, b: 1865.

xiii. GEORGE RHODES, b: 1867.



Generation No. 3


5. CASSENDA4 STINSON (ESTHER A. W.3 RHODES, ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born 1831,
and died 13 January 1899 in Bigelow, Kansas. She married ELI d: . HOWELL. He
was born 1829.


Children of CASSENDA STINSON and ELI HOWELL are:

i. VIOLA HOWELL, b: Abt. 1860; m. UNK CELTON; b: Abt. 1860.

ii. DOLLY FAYE, she married to WILLIAM OHARA

iii. OLIVIA HOWELL, b: 12 June 1855.



6. VIENNA FRANCES4 RODGERS (MARGARET JANE3 RHODES, ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born
14 October 1837 in New Castle, Henry Co., Indiana, and died 28 July 1907 in
Corvallis, Kings Valley, OR. She married JOHN STOVER MILLER 11 September
1853 in Corvallis, Benton Co., OR, son of ISAAC MILLER and MARTHA BEARD. He
was born 28 February 1831 in Millersburg , Montgomery Co., Indiana or IL,
and died 13 January 1910 in Corvallis, Kings Valley, OR.

More About VIENNA FRANCES RODGERS:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co. OR

Military service: lived at Wellsdale, OR with family

Religion: 1844, Moved to Kings Valley

Notes for JOHN STOVER MILLER:

A very large black wolf that John Miller trapped was in Horner Museum in
Corvallis. The skin was made a gift to Dr. Hill and is in his collection
there.

More About JOHN STOVER MILLER:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co. OR

Emigration: August 1851, To Oregon

Occupation: Blacksmith and Trapper


Children of VIENNA RODGERS and JOHN MILLER are:

i. WILLIAM HENRY5 MILLER, b: 01 September 1854, Wellsdale, Benton Co. OR; d.
11 February 1933, Multnomah Co. , Portland, OR; m. SARAH EMILY FOWLER; b.
Abt. 1870.

ii. MARTHA ELLEN MILLER, b: 26 December 1855, Wells/Wellsdale, Benton Co.,
OR; d: 10 June 1946, Albany, Linn Co., OR ; m. GEORGE JOSEPH FELIZ DODELE,
18 May 1873, Kings Valley, Benton Co., OR; b: 1847, Hal, Brussels, Belgium;
d: 25 July 1918, Oregon.

More About MARTHA ELLEN MILLER:

AKA (Facts Pg): Ellen

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Benton Co., OR

More About GEORGE JOSEPH FELIZ DODELE:

Burial: July 1918, Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Benton Co., OR

iii. JOHN ISAAC MILLER, b: 15 November 1857, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 19
March 1931, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; m. ANN ELIZABETH GOTCHER, 01
October 1882, Portland, OR; b: May 1863, New York; d: 1943, Prob Portland,
OR.

More About JOHN ISAAC MILLER:

AKA (Facts Pg): Pete

Burial: Riverview Cemetery, Portland, OR

Misc.: Bet. 1859 - 1931, Dates on Gravestone

More About ANN ELIZABETH GOTCHER:

AKA (Facts Pg): Eliza Ann

Burial: Riverview Cemetery, Portland, OR

Misc.: Bet. 1862 - 1943, Gravestone Dates

iv. JOSEPH MILLER, b: 27 July 1869, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 13 May 1870.

More About JOSEPH MILLER:

Burial: Gingles Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

v. MARY ELIZABETH MILLER, b: 05 October 1859, Wellsdale, ( Wells), Benton
Co., OR; d: 29 March 1947, Kings Valley, Benton Co., OR; m. MORRIS ALFRED
ALLEN, 04 October 1885, Kings Valley, Benton Co., OR; b: 18 March 1848,
Benton Co., OR; d: 25 September 1913, Kings Valley, Benton Co., OR.

More About MARY ELIZABETH MILLER:

Burial: 01 April 1947, Oaklawn Memorial Park, Corvallis, Benton Co., OR

vi. ALICE MILLER, b: 22 October 1860, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 07 November
1860, Benton Co., OR.

More About ALICE MILLER:

Burial: Gingles Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

vii. TAYLOR JOHNSTON MILLER, b: 09 October 1862, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 16
September 1916, Kings Valley, Benton Co., OR; m. DELLA b: PATTY, 18 March
1903, Benton Co., OR; b: 1876, Madisonville, Monroe Co. TN; d: 1951,
Brownsville, Linn Co. OR.

More About TAYLOR JOHNSTON MILLER:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

More About DELLA b: PATTY:

Burial: Pioneer Cemetery, Brownsville, OR

viii. ABRAHAM MILLER, b: Aft. 1864.

ix. HOMER MILLER, b: Aft. 1864.

x. ALBERT MILLER, b: 30 August 1864, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 21 August
1938, Seattle, King Co., WA; m. EMMA MILLER UNK; b: Abt. 1874.

More About ALBERT MILLER:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Benton Co., OR

xi. FRANK LUTHER MILLER, b: 19 May 1871, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 25 June
1936, Albany, Linn Co., OR.

xii. CHARLES BRUCE MILLER, b: 07 September 1873, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 21
September 1945, Albany, Linn Co., OR; m. (1) DOLLY OLIVIA ELKINS, 14 March
1895, Benton Co., OR; b: Abt. 1882; d: 08 December 1905, Benton Co., OR; m.
(2) ROSA GENETTE ROSS, 10 November 1914, Toledo Lincoln Co., OR; b: 1876; d.
01 April 1916, Benton Co., OR.

Notes for CHARLES BRUCE MILLER:

My father was John S. Miller. He was born in Missouri in 1831 and settled in
Northern Benton Co. near Wells, where he took a homestead in the early
fifties. Father's father was Isaac Miller and I believe his grandmother's
name was Mary.

Grandfather Miller was a German and spoke the German language as long as he
lived. I do not think he could speak English. Grandmother was of English
descent and they did not take up the land.

Father's sister Martha is buried with her husband, Sam Rice, in the Kings
Valley Cemetery. Father had another sister whose name I have forgotten. His
brothers, Sam and Henry, went to the Pendleton country in Eastern Oregon
where they lived until their deaths.

I never knew much of my uncles and their doings but I have heard there was
sometimes trouble with the Indians in that part of the country. One time my
uncles and some neighbors started toward Portland with a four Horse team.
They were pursued by the Indians and one of the men shouted to cut the
horses loose and ride to safety. Only one trace was cut and the other
unhooked on the horse my Uncle Sam mounted. All dashed away at full speed
and before many jumps the heavy iron "cockeye" on the end of the flying
trace hit Sam in the back of the head. He throught he had been hit by a
bullet and yelled, 'Go on boys, give them H---. They've got me.' In spite of
the supposed 'wound' all finally outdistanced the Indians and escaped but
their houses and all their possessions were burned.

The Indians in Benton County never gave any real trouble but they were
sometimes insolent and overbearing when they found a woman alone. There were
no large bands of them here but groups of twenty-five to forty traveled
about the valley. One day soon after my parents were married, father went to
Albany and was gone almost all day. That day a band of Indians came and
pitched camp in the dooryard. They crowded into the small cabin, sitting on
the bed or whatever else they could find, and asked for food. Mother throught
she had to feed them and cooked and cooked until she was ready to drop. When
father came home toward evening, he hustled them out in short order. All
that was needed was someone to put on a bold front.

My mother's name was Vienna Rodgers. Her father, John Rodgers, came with his
family on the same train with my father and took adjoining claim. Besides
mother there were one brother and three sisters. The names of two sisters I
cannot recall. One married a man named Culp and the other a man named Moore.
The third sister, Esther Ann, married Jim Herron. This Herron was not
related to the pioneer family of that name who settled near Monroe. He was a
successful school teacher and taught all over our part of the country. The
school terms were short, some times only two or three months. When a teacher
had finished his term in one district he might get another almost at once in
an adjoining district. Because of this, teachers moved about more instead of
teaching year after year in the same place.

The train had no serious trouble on the way, except that I have heard them
tell of one man in the party who had vowed he would kill the first Indian he
saw. He kept his word and killed a friendly Indian and when a party of
Indians came to the camp and demanded the guilty person, he was turned over
to them for punishment. The leaders of the train were unwilling to expose
the women and children to danger to protect a wanton murder.

The folks were hard up in the new country at first, but they never really
suffered want and soon began to prosper. The settlements were already
established and it was possible to find work and to buy necessities. Farming
had already started and it was possible to get grain for seeding.

The country about Wells looks today about as it did when I was a boy. There
was never any young growth of fir and Oak there as there was in the hills
further west and as you see here in Kings Valley. There were a good many
bears in the hills in the early days and father used to trap them. He was a
blacksmith and made his own traps. The traps were larger and heavier than
are commonly used for bears today. They did not have toothed jaws but were
so designed as to catch a bear high up on his leg instead of catching just
by the foot.

One place father used to find many bear was on Coffin Butte west of Wells.
One day when he approached his trap on the butte, he saw that he had caught
something, but when he came nearer he found it was a squaw. A party of
Indians had been picking strawberries and one of them had blundered into the
trap. Since there were no teeth on the jaws of the trap the only injury was
a badly bruised leg. Father freed the woman, gave her fist aid and took her
to the family teepee.

There was a large timber wolf in the country so fierce that it killed all
the dogs put on its trail. Father succeeded in catching this wolf. He was
unusually large with a heavy dark mane. The skin was given to Dr. Hill, and
I understand it finally became a part of the Hill collection in the Horner
Museum at OSU.

I do not remember in what year my parents were married. I was born in 1870.
Then my father had a series of misfortunes and finally lost his home. First
a fire destroyed their home and all their possessions except the clothes on
their backs, while the family was out picking wild strawberries. The
strawberries were much larger and more plentiful then, than now. The next
year after the fire, an epidemic killed all his horses but one. He mortgaged
his place to get a fresh start and was unable to pay out. When I was ten
years old he came to Kings Valley and bought what had been the Van Bebber
donation land claim.

I went to school three years at the old Gingles schoolhouse, east of Wells.
In my day, this was a large frame building used for all community
gatherings. Various churches used to hold meetings there, particularly the
Methodists, Evangelicals and Baptists. Later the neighborhood became less
united and the Evangelicals built a church at Wells and the Baptists builds
at North Palestine. When I was older, SI used to play for dances in the
Gingles schoolhouse. In the old square dances, twelve sets used to dance at
one time, so the room must have been 20' by 40' or larger.

My first teacher at Gingles schoolhouse was a Mr Saunders. He later killed a
man in Albany in a disagreement over a woman. He was a member of the Masonic
order and while he was in jail someone smuggled him a saw with which he made
his escape. He was later caught but at his trial he was acquitted. Another
teacher at Gingles was Lon Williamson. Kings Valley was a tough school.
Among my teachers there were Jack Stines, Jenny Lilly, Bud Alcorn and John
Harter.

In 1895 I married Dolly Elkins. After her death I married Nettie Ross in
1908. By this second marriage I have on son, Carl Miller who is an expert
saw filer employed by a CCC camp in Linn Co.

Father died in 1906 and mother in 1910. I have lived all my life here and
made my living with an occasional bit of work at logging. This farm used to
produce good crops of wheat, but the yields kept getting poorer and I
stopped trying to raise wheat twelve years ago. My sisters own the farm and
a tenant works the tilled lands. I am giving all my attention to sheep which
I pasture in the hills.

This country is not as good as it used to be. When father fist came to
Oregon, he helped in the building of Fort Hoskins and became acquainted with
the conditions in Kings Valley. Timothy and wild cheat grew all over the
hills higher than a man

'ss head. Wild hay could be harvested any place. If a man wanted to look
over the country he had to go on horseback in order to see out over the
grass. The cheat bore a heavy crop of seed and on this forage, cattle on the
range grew fat without additional feeding. Then rust killed the timothy and
smut destroyed the cheat. The land is run down and the wild grasses that
grow now do not make the best pasture.

The season have changed since I was a boy. We used to do all our farming in
February. But now, there is always too much rain and we cannot put in our
crops until later. We have more frost in fall and spring than in the old
days.

I have always been a Republican and supported Republican ideas and
candidates. I don't like the way things are going now. I think we need a
change.

More About CHARLES BRUCE MILLER:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

More About DOLLY OLIVIA ELKINS:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

More About ROSA GENETTE ROSS:

AKA (Facts Pg): Nettie

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

xiii. JACOB BEARD MILLER, b: 09 June 1875, Wells, Benton Co. OR; d: 15 March
1932, Okanogan, Okanogan Co., WA.

More About JACOB BEARD MILLER:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

xiv. ROSA BELLE MILLER, b: 08 March 1880, Wells, Wellsdale, Benton Co. OR;
d: 01 July 1966, Albany, Linn Co., OR; m. JOHN WESLEY BANKS, 21 September
1904, Kings Valley, Benton Co., OR; b: 16 January 1862, Clinton, Henry Co.,
MO; d: 04 September 1946, Albany, Linn Co., OR.

More About ROSA BELLE MILLER:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Benton Co., OR

More About JOHN WESLEY BANKS:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Benton Co., OR

xv. DAISY Mabel MILLER, b: 17 February 1886, Kings Valley , Benton Co., OR;
d: 25 July 1961, Philomath, Polk Co., OR; m. (1) DANIEL MATTHEW ROSS, 18
July 1906, Corvallis, Benton Co., OR; b: 1881; d: 1910, Kings Valley, Benton
Co., OR; m. (2) HARVEY CARLTON HARTER, 06 January 1912, Benton Co., OR; b.
1880; d: 21 April 1927, Linn Co., OR; m. (3) WILLIAM O. SIMON, 18 May 1938,
Dallas, Polk Co. OR; b: 08 September 1869; d: 08 September 1954, Albany,
Linn Co., OR.

More About DAISY Mabel MILLER:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

More About DANIEL MATTHEW ROSS:

Burial: Kings Valley Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

More About HARVEY CARLTON HARTER:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Benton Co., OR

More About WILLIAM O. SIMON:

Burial: Waverly Memorial Gardens, Albany, Linn Co., OR

xvi. ELIZABETH MILLER, b: 04 September 1816.



7. LOUISA JANE4 RODGERS (MARGARET JANE3 RHODES, ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born 06
April 1841 in Andrews Co. Missouri, and died Abt. 1870 in OR. She married
ISAAC MILLER MOORE 29 October 1863 in Benton Co. Oregon, son of WILLIAM
MOORE and MARY MILLER. He was born 23 February 1842 in Sugar Grove, Mercer
Co. Illinois, and died 24 July 1868 in Benton Co. Oregon.

More About LOUISA JANE RODGERS:

Census: half breed Indian?

Guardian: September 1870, Guardian: J.W. Vanderpool

More About ISAAC MILLER MOORE:

Burial: Gingles Cemetery, Benton Co., OR

Fact 3: 1870, Under guardianship of James W. Vanderpool

Misc.: half breed Indian?

Religion: 1842, orphaned


Children of LOUISA RODGERS and ISAAC MOORE are:

i. SILAS EDWIN5 MOORE, b: 10 August 1865, Benton County Oregon; d: 27 March
1936, Portland, OR; m. IDA BLAKE, 14 September 1888, Looking Glass, Douglas
Co., OR; b: 07 September 1867, Linn County OR; d: 22 July 1949, Cottage
Grove, OR.

More About SILAS EDWIN MOORE:

Burial: Highview Cemetery, Ione, Oregon

Fact 3: 1870, Census has living with John Rodgers 56 b: VA and Sophronia 49
b: Maine

Fact 4: 1870, also living with Charles Burnell 10 b: Iowa J. Quincy Rodgers
10 b: OR

Fact 5: called Ed

Misc.: 1896, Came to Ione Or

Occupation: Furniture business

ii. MARTHA ELIZABETH MOORE, b: 1867, Benton County, Oregon; d: 21 March
1890, Benton County, Oregon; m. JOHNNIE WILLIAM EUBANKS, 05 October 1886,
Benton County, Oregon; b: 05 October 1865, Fulton, Fulton Co., Kentucky; d.
13 March 1936, San Francisco Hospital, of Carcinoma in stomach, generalized
arteriosclerotic.

More About MARTHA ELIZABETH MOORE:

Burial: Linn or Benton Co. OR

Fact 3: March 1890, Baby girl died at birth with mother.

Fact 4: 1870, Census: Living with John S. Miller And Vienna F. 39 yrs

Fact 5: 1868, orphaned

Fact 6: 20 September 1870, J.W. Vanderpool was appointed guardian

Fact 7: 1870, age 3 living with J.S. Miller in Buena Vista, OR

Individual Note: 1890, Brother Silas Edwin Moore, Ione, OR took Walter to
raise.

Misc.: Was supposed to have been part Indian.

Notes for JOHNNIE WILLIAM EUBANKS:

Amanda Culross birth date 2 cot 1886 Death date Oct 1970. SSN 571-32-9957
issued in California. Her address at death Alexandria, Douglas Co. Minnesota
56308

Amanda may have been Johnnie's girlfriend rather than mother, as stated on
his death certificate.



More About JOHNNIE WILLIAM EUBANKS:

Burial: 18 March 1936, Holy Cross 70 yrs, 5 mo, 8 days

Census: 1880, Napoleon, Gallatin, KY a Johnnie living with mother Mary.
Parents b: in IN he a farmer

Fact 3: 1885, Moved to Oregon from mid-west. Left a brother there.

Individual Note: 1922, Visited Oregon and family

Military service: 1890, Moved to San Francisco

Misc.: March 1936, Died of Carcinoma in stomach, generalized
arteriosclerotic

Occupation: 1936, Porter in a Hotel just prior to death



8. JOHN QUINCY II4 RODGERS (MARGARET JANE3 RHODES, ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born
28 July 1859 in Wellsdale, Benton Co. OR, and died 05 December 1935 in
Albany, Linn Co or Benton Co., OR. He married TILLIE L. MISNER 01 November
1891 in Benton Co, . OR. She was born Abt. 1860, and died Bef. 1935.

Notes for JOHN QUINCY II RODGERS:

Reported by Fred P. Nutting, article entitled Old Time Albany

John Quincy Rodgers, better known as Dick was a member of the Hook and
Ladder Company before 1881. Born near Wells in July 1859, hew was named
after President John Q. Adams Pres in 1825-29. He was oldest of 5 children.
Was married to Miss Tillie Misner in 1891. They lived first in Kings Valley
where they ran a farm for 15 to 20 years, then returned to Albany. In Jan
1913 he began a continuous service of nearly 22 years for the City of
Albany, first as night policeman at $60.00 per month. He continued in this
position until Jan 1922 after being elected to the position of Marshall. He
was re-elected every 2 years by a majority of at least 500.

More About JOHN QUINCY II RODGERS:

AKA (Facts Pg): Richard

Occupation: January 1913, Began 22 years of service to City of Albany as
night watchman and policeman or marshall

Notes for TILLIE L. MISNER:

Death reported by Fred P. Nutting article entitled Old Time Albany 15 Jan
1938


Child of JOHN RODGERS and TILLIE MISNER is:

i. JERRY AMES5 RODGERS, b: Abt. 1893.



9. ZIMRI ZINEMAN4 RHODES (CROGHAN3, ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born 1847 in IL, On
the plains, and died 23 September 1896 in Lewis Co. WA. He married SARAH
EMOLINE MCCUMBER Bet. September - October 1866 in Douglas Co. OR. She was
born 08 November 1850 in IL, and died 02 December 1920 in Tacoma WA.


Children of ZIMRI RHODES and SARAH MCCUMBER are:

i. IRA5 RHODES, b: Abt. 1868.

ii. EVA RHODES, b: Bet. 1868 - 1892.

iii. ELLEN RHODES, b: Bet. 1868 - 1892.

iv. MYRTLE RHODES, b: Bet. 1868 - 1892.

v. LENA RHODES, b: Bet. 1868 - 1892.

vi. ROSS RHODES, b: 1871.

vii. JOSEPH RHODES, b: 1873.

viii. ELMER RHODES, b: 1875.

ix. JOHN ALFRED RHODES, b: 08 September 1877; m. BERTHA BARNETT; b: Abt.
1880.



10. LEANDER4 RHODES (CROGHAN3, ELIJAH2, JOHN1) was born Bet. 1849 - 1860,
and died Bet. 31 July 1923 - 1933 in Boisfort Prairie, Klaber, WA. He
married ROXANA ANN MCCUMBER. She was born Abt. 1860, and died 26 June 1933
in Boisfort Prairie, WA.

More About LEANDER RHODES:

Burial: August 1933


Children of LEANDER RHODES and ROXANA MCCUMBER are:

i. MARY ETTA5 RHODES, b: Abt. 1885; m. EDWARD WHITEMAN; b: Abt. 1855.

ii. ALICE RHODES, b: Abt. 1885.

iii. AVERY RHODES, b: Abt. 1885.

iv. EDWARD RHODES, b: Abt. 1885.