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    1. Re: [ORCROOK] Headstones
    2. Dianne Kile
    3. Thank you..........Dianne On Jul 1, 2007, at 11:51 AM, [email protected] wrote: > I have forwarded your letter to the Crook County Historical > Society. They > may have put the headstone there themselves as that is one of their > projects. > Usually the mortuary makes the arrangement for the making of > headstones and > they have access to those records. > > Patty > > > > ************************************** See what's free at http:// > www.aol.com. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ORCROOK- > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message

    07/01/2007 07:31:33
    1. [ORCROOK] Headstones
    2. Dianne Kile
    3. Does anyone know who makes the headstones in Crook County? I am trying to find who put a headstone up at the Old Roberts Cemetery? Trying to connect the William H Stephens listed on it as a long lost relative. Hoping who ever had the headstone put there is a family member and can help out. Sincerely, Dianne Kile

    07/01/2007 04:31:12
    1. Powell DNA project
    2. C Juker
    3. This my line of Powells. The descendants of these Powells are not represented on the Powell DNA chart at: http://home.flash.net/~parino/powell-surname-dna-project.htm I thought maybe if I posted the names maybe someone would recognize an ancestor and submit their DNA for this valuable project. I am unable to understand why this family doesn't seem to want to participate, but I believe it may be out of ignorance of the project. Any questions you may have can be answered by someone at this web site. I hope you will consider being a participant. Thomas Powell 1640 Wales-1714 Chester Co.,PA Wife: Jane Handley Children: John Powell 1666 England-1734 Chester Co, PA Thomas Powell 1670 England-1682 At Sea John Powell 1666 England-1734 Chester Co, PA Wfe: Elizabeth Taylor Children: Thomas Powell 1705 PA-1770 PA Joseph Powell 1690 PA-1752 PA John Powell Benjamin Powell Mary Powell Margaret Thomas Powell 1705 Chester Co, PA-1770 PA Wife: Elizabeth Musgrave 1707 Chester Co, PA-1788 Guilford, NC Children: John Powell 1730-1772 Esther Power 1732 Marey Powell 1734-1788 Peggy Powell John Powell 1730 Chester Co, PA-1772 Wfe: Nancy Ann Todd 1732 Chester Co, PA-1832 N.C. Children: Joseph 1760-1835 Abraham 1751-1790 Margaret 1751 Rachel 1745 Susanna 1747 Elizabeth 1749 Esther 1753 Benjamin 1755 Hugh 1757 Rachel 1758 Susanna 1760 Elizabeth 1762 Margaret 1764 Benjamin 1764 Hugh 1766 Joseph 1772 Joseph 1760 York Co, PA-1835-Jackson Co, Missouri Wife: Hannah Jewson 1760-1820 Children: Joab Powell Sr 1799 Claiborne Co, N-1873 Linn Co,OR John Pinkey Powell 1793 Grainger Co, TN-1857 Jackson Co, Missouri Jonathan Powell 1797 Claiborne Co, TN-1851 Jackson Co, Missouri Richard Powell 1797 Clairborne Co, TN-1840 Lafayette Co, Missouri Absalom Powell 1803 Clairborne Co, TN-1851 Jackson Co, Missouri Ann Powell 1805 Claiborne Co, TN-1879 Jackson Co, Missouri Jane Powell 1807 Claiborne Co, TN-1900 Linn Co,OR Mary Pollie Powell 1810 Clairborne Co, TN-1857 Jackson Co, Missouri Rachel Powell 1812 Clairborne Co, TN-1893 Jackson Co, Missouri Joab Powell Sr 1799 Clairborne Co, TN -1873 Linn Co, Oregon Anna Beeler 1798 Sullivan Co, TN-1872 Linn Co, Oregon Children: John Powell 1818 Claiborne Co, TN-1891 Crook Co,OR Elias Powell 1822 Claiborne Co, TN-1904 Linn Co,OR Joab Powell Jr. 1834 Jackson Co,MO-1872 Linn Co,OR Mary Powell 1830 Jackson Co,MO-1913 Los Angeles, CA Ann C Powell 1832 Jackson Co,MO-1924 Lane Co,OR Johnathan Powell 1828-1830 Missouri Eli Powell Bet 1827-1838 Missouri William Powell 1838 Jackson Co,MO-1889 Marion Co,OR Barbara Hannah Powell 1841 Jackson Co, MO-1889 San Louis Obispo, CA Peter Powell 1823 Clairborne Co,TN-1910 Linn Co,OR Silas Powell 1825 Claiborne Co, TN-1869 Gilroy,CA Esther Powell 1827 Clairborne Co,TN-1863 Linn Co,OR Daniel Powell 1826 Clairborne Co,TN-1907 Crook Co,OR Abraham Thomas Powell 1841 Jackson Co, MO-1932 Providence, Oregon Marcus Powell 1853 Scio, Oregon-1931 Crook Co, Oregon Joab Marion Powell 1839 Jackson Co, MO-1903 Moro, Oregon Richard Washington Powell 1839-Jackson Co, MO-1869 Oregon Rebecca Ann Powell 1847 Jackson Co, MO-1927 William Jasper Powell 1849 Jackson Co, MO-1867 Providence, Oregon Emily Matilda Powell 1856 Crook Co, Oregon-1871 Crook Co, Oregon James Silas Powell 1858 Crook Co, Oregon-1877 Crook Co, Oregon John Daniel Powell 1851 Jackson Co, MO-1852 Weiser,ID Jonathon Jackson Powell 1843 Jackson Co, MO-1852 Weiser, Idaho Thomas Jefferson Powell 1845 Jackson Co, MO-died Crook Co, Oregon Nancy Emmaline Jane Powell 1861 Linn Co, OR-died 1950 Marcus D.Powell 1853 Scio, Oregon-1831 Crook Co,OR Wife: Victoria Thompson 1860 Linn Co,OR-1893 Crook Co, Oregon Children: Emily Elizabeth Powell 1887 Crook Co,OR-1909 Crook Co, Oregon Ora Powell Oma Powell Rebecca Powell Marcus Powell Lloyd Powell died 1979 Caroline L. Juker __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com

    02/19/2006 02:19:14
    1. Powell DNA project
    2. C Juker
    3. There is a Powell DNA project at the following address. There isn't any representative from the Powell family line that includes Joab Powell the Circuit Rider. I think it is a shame that this line isn't interested in tracking their heritage. And I think a few questions could be answered. Please consider taking the time to have a DNA sample taken and submitted to this project. There are instructions at this site and people to contact for questions. http://home.flash.net/~parino/powell-surname-dna-project.htm Caroline L. Juker --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? With a free 1 GB, there's more in store with Yahoo! Mail.

    01/25/2006 01:13:03
    1. Re-post [OREGON] Dull, Howe, Parrish, Thompson, Juker
    2. Caroline Juker
    3. > Subject: [OREGON] Dull, Howe, Parrish, Thompson,Juker > > > I am looking for information on the Ancestors > (Parents, Grandparents, Siblings) of the following > relatives. My descendants of these people ended up > in Oregon. > > Henry Dull, Born 1803, Pennsylvania, Died 1864 Ohio?, > Married Marier Beltz (Polly or Anna Marie). Had 9 > children. (Stephen & Nora (Howe)Dull, Linn County, Oregon) > > John Wesley Howe, Born 1802 Kentucky, Died 1872 Polk > CO, Missouri, Married Sarah Williams. Had 11 > children. > > Amos Thompson, Born?, Died?, Married Kali Barrum. Had > Amos Fiske Thompson, Born 12/24/1824 Indiana or > Ohio?, Died 1910 The Dalles, Oregon. Married Elizabeth > Catherine Nye. Had 7 children. (Victoria Thompson & Marcus Powell, Crook County, Oregon) > > Isabella Olive Parrish, Born 07/05/1856, Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas, Died 11/23/1898, Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas. Married Benjamin Franklin Reynolds. Had 6 children. (Samuel Lawson Reynolds & Emily Elizabeth Powell, Crook County, Oregon) > > John Juker Sr, Born Oct 1837, Berne, Switzerland, Died > 12/03/1905, Broken Bow, Nebraska. Married Anna > Summers. Had 5 children. (Jacob (Jake) Juker, & Estella Bernington, Tillamook, Oregon) > > Surnames: Powell, Reynolds, Dull, Howe, Thompson, > Parrish, Juker > > > Caroline L. Juker > > > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam > protection around > http://mail.yahoo.com > > > ==== OREGON Mailing List ==== > To see the website for Oregon > http://www.rootsweb.com/~orgenweb/ > -=* To see what this list is doing *=- > http://www.wvi.com/~wb/Oregon.html > For ALL list business Admin, leave, or the archives. > http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/usa/OR/misc.html > > ============================== > Search the US Census Collection. Over 140 million > records added in the > last 12 months. Largest online collection in the > world. Learn more: > http://www.ancestry.com/s13965/rd.ashx > > Caroline L. Juker __________________________________ Yahoo! FareChase: Search multiple travel sites in one click. http://farechase.yahoo.com

    11/14/2005 05:57:59
    1. Re: [ORCROOK] Who was A.W. Powers, Prineville, about 1880?
    2. Lester M Powers
    3. Thank you to Don Houk and Patricia Stuart for the replies about A.W. (Alonzo W.) Powers. As a working hypothesis, I suppose my man is the one who died 1910 at Grant County, Oregon. The patriarch back at Springfield, Lane, Oregon was indeed Benjamin Burtch Powers, who was born in Vermont in 1798. The two boys who married Louisa Thompson, Edward and Benjamin F., were Benjamin B.'s sons. However, "Bathelhaena" was Benjamin B's second wife and not the mother of any Powers kids at all. Benjamin B. Powers had a sister Theda, and Theda had a son Don Alonzo Powell, so the Alonzo name does float around in the family tree a little bit, anyway. Alonzo W. Powers of Springfield and presumably Prineville has a seemingly awkward origin, himself born in Michigan and his father born in New York, because we are really talking about a Vermont family. However, "New York" as a birthplace on the census sometimes really means Vermont as you get back to birth dates of 1800 and earlier, due to early interstate fistfights over who Vermont belonged to. It's possible that Alonzo W.'s dad was actually born in Vermont, the "New York" being an old and familiar historical confusion. I suppose I'd better check the library tomorrow and see if the LDS has death records for Grant Co., Oregon as nifty as the ones it has for Lane Co. around 1910. Thank you for the help. This is most interesting. Lester Powers ________________________________________________________________ The best thing to hit the Internet in years - Juno SpeedBand! Surf the Web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER! Only $14.95/ month - visit www.juno.com to sign up today!

    04/22/2004 01:49:55
    1. RE: [ORCROOK] Who was A.W. Powers, Prineville, about 1880?
    2. Houk Don (KL.CBG)
    3. Per Wasco Co., OR Marriage Index A W was Alonzo W. Powers who md Mrs Sarah A HINTON 8 Sept 1880. Sarah Ann was d/o David PRINE & Elizabeth RAY & had previously md J H HINTON 15 July 1877 Wasco Co., OR. The 1870 Lane Co census shows A W-37-Michigan; 1880 Wasco Co census A W 46-MI-NY-NY. Based on 1900 CrookCo,OR census showing Sarah Powers 45-OR & dau Dora Powers 18-OR living with Sarah's dau Iva (Hinton) DAVIS, A W must have died prior to 1900 but his name not shown in Index of Prineville Funeral Home records 1894-1942. I'm not connected to the family directly but have these records due to having ties to the PRINE & RAY families. I find it interesting that A W shows born in Michigan and that Louisa M THOMPSON who was the wife of (1) Edward POWERS (2) Benjamin F POWERS also shows being born Michigan but both husbands b.NY & I assume sons of Benjamin B POWERS & wife Bethelhaena who had Oregon Donation Land Claim #2131 in Lane Co. Don Houk in Tokyo -----Original Message----- From: Lester M Powers [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2004 2:56 PM To: [email protected] Subject: [ORCROOK] Who was A.W. Powers, Prineville, about 1880? I just now joined the list and am looking for some information a bit simpler than most requests, I suppose. I'd like to know who A.W. Powers was, in Prineville, about 1880 or so. What I need to know is simply what did "A.W" stand for? What was this guy's name? If it's any use, I discovered today that A.W. Powers was resoundingly defeated in 1884 when he ran for coroner in that election. A.W. Powers first popped up at Springfield, Lane Co., Oregon in the 1870s. Springfield was the stronghold of my own Powers folks -- there were no unrelated Powers there; all of them were mine, except for this A.W. So, I am wondering if he was some lost-lost cousin. He may have then gone to Prineville in time for the 1880 census. I've been having too many computer problems to get good census snapshots on-line, but the two A.W.s, Springfield and Prineville, seem to match except for their occupations. In Springfield he worked in leather (an alien occupation to my people), but at Prineville I think he was a cabinetmaker (very much in my family's tradition). I first saw this man in an 1870s Lane Co. newspaper. He ran an ad, giving his name as A.W. The editor of the paper gave him a plug as well, in the news section. Again he's just A.W. In the 1870 and 1880 censuses -- A.W. Never a human name. In the 1884 Crook Co. election, A.W. again. No name. If I could just get what his name was, I might be able to figure out how to trace him back in time. Seems kinda hopeless with no name, just those lousy initials. Sigh. Lester Powers ________________________________________________________________ The best thing to hit the Internet in years - Juno SpeedBand! Surf the Web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER! Only $14.95/ month - visit www.juno.com to sign up today! ==== ORCROOK Mailing List ==== Please avoid flaming (attacking) any single person or the group. This infraction will earn you immediate removal from the list. ============================== Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more. http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237

    04/22/2004 10:26:21
    1. Re: [ORCROOK] Who was A.W. Powers, Prineville, about 1880?
    2. Hi, According to the Oregon Death Index I find a A. W. Powers died 11 Feb. 1910 in Grant County, Oregon and an Alonzo Powers died 20 May 1918 in Benton County, Oregon 1900 census Canyon City, Grant County, Oregon Supervisor District 2, Enumeration District 14, Sheet 10, page 68b census taken 25 June 1900 Powers, Alonzo W. boarder born Aug. 1833 age 66 married 19 years born Michigan, father born New York, mother born Pennsylvania occupation Cabinet Maker I do not find another A. W. in the 1900 census The age of this Powers does agree with the 1880 census of Prineville, Wasco County, Oregon which lists: Thomas W. Davis head age 41 born Iowa House carpenter Elmer Davis son age 10 born Oregon A. W. Powers age 46 born Michigan 1870 Springfield, Lane County, Oregon page 491 taken 6 July 1870 Powers, A. W. age 37 hunter and skin dresser born Michigan 1910 census I find no A. W. or Alonzo in Oregon Patricia (Reynolds) Stuart

    04/22/2004 04:48:19
    1. Who was A.W. Powers, Prineville, about 1880?
    2. Lester M Powers
    3. I just now joined the list and am looking for some information a bit simpler than most requests, I suppose. I'd like to know who A.W. Powers was, in Prineville, about 1880 or so. What I need to know is simply what did "A.W" stand for? What was this guy's name? If it's any use, I discovered today that A.W. Powers was resoundingly defeated in 1884 when he ran for coroner in that election. A.W. Powers first popped up at Springfield, Lane Co., Oregon in the 1870s. Springfield was the stronghold of my own Powers folks -- there were no unrelated Powers there; all of them were mine, except for this A.W. So, I am wondering if he was some lost-lost cousin. He may have then gone to Prineville in time for the 1880 census. I've been having too many computer problems to get good census snapshots on-line, but the two A.W.s, Springfield and Prineville, seem to match except for their occupations. In Springfield he worked in leather (an alien occupation to my people), but at Prineville I think he was a cabinetmaker (very much in my family's tradition). I first saw this man in an 1870s Lane Co. newspaper. He ran an ad, giving his name as A.W. The editor of the paper gave him a plug as well, in the news section. Again he's just A.W. In the 1870 and 1880 censuses -- A.W. Never a human name. In the 1884 Crook Co. election, A.W. again. No name. If I could just get what his name was, I might be able to figure out how to trace him back in time. Seems kinda hopeless with no name, just those lousy initials. Sigh. Lester Powers ________________________________________________________________ The best thing to hit the Internet in years - Juno SpeedBand! Surf the Web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER! Only $14.95/ month - visit www.juno.com to sign up today!

    04/21/2004 04:56:29
    1. [ORCROOK] Weeweechu
    2. One beautiful December evening Huan Cho and his girlfriend Jung Lee were sitting by the side of the ocean. It was a romantic full moon, when Huan Cho said "Hey baby, let's play Weeweechu." "Oh no, not now, lets look at the moon" said Jung Lee. "Oh, c'mon baby, let's you and I play Weeweechu. I love you and it's the perfect time," Huan Cho Begged. "But I'd rather just hold your hand and watch the moon." "Please Jung Lee, just once play Weeweechu with me." Jung Lee looked at Huan Chi and said, "OK, we'll play Weeweechu." ( are you ready for this ? ) Huan Cho grabbed his guitar and they both sang..... "Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year." AND SO DO I! Patty and Rick

    12/24/2003 02:04:42
    1. [ORCROOK] Box
    2. The Box The story goes that some time ago a mother punished her 5 year old daughter for wasting a roll of expensive gold wrapping paper. Money was tight and she became even more upset when the child used the gold paper to decorate a box to put under the Christmas tree. Nevertheless, the little girl brought the gift box to her mother the next morning and said, "This is for you, Momma." The mother was embarrassed by her earlier over reaction, but her anger flared again when she opened the box and found it was empty. She spoke to her daughter in a harsh manner. "Don't you know, young lady, when you give someone a present there's supposed to be something inside the package?" She had tears in her eyes and said, "Oh, Momma, it's not empty! I blew kisses into it until it was full." The mother was crushed. She fell on her knees and put her arms around her little girl, and she begged her forgiveness for her thoughtless anger. An accident took the life of the child only a short time later, and it is told that the mother kept that gold box by her bed for all the years of her life. Whenever she was discouraged or faced difficult problems she would open the box and take out an imaginary kiss and remember the love of the child who had put it there. In a very real sense, each of us, as human beings, have been given a Golden box filled with unconditional love and kisses from our children, family, friends and God. There is no more precious possession anyone could hold.

    11/26/2003 04:15:33
    1. Re: [ORCROOK] Thanksgiving Dinner
    2. Hi, I would invite my Great Grandfather, Barnes Potter. Barnes was born 4 March 1845 in either Canada or New York. In one census he said Canada and another he said New York. He lived in Nevada where he married Sarah Jane Winter and they moved to Grandview, Crook County, Oregon. Barnes was a wheat hauler and one day as he was headed down the grade going to Prineville there was an accident and the wagon rolled over him killing him. He left a family of: Ethel May Potter (who married Leo B. LaFollette and resided in Prineville), Gladys Mabel Potter (who married John French and lived in Prineville), Leslie Alice Potter ( who married Samuel Lawson Reynolds (who lived in Prineville and was the Pioneer Queen), Ernest Potter, and Maud Violet Ilene Potter ( who married Iley Ottinger and lived in Coos Bay) plus his step children Sarah Nevada (Vada) Johnson (who married James Thurston Teherow, Pearl Albert Johnson ( who married Edith McAllister) and George Johnson. Here is a bio done by Leslie Leslie Reynolds Patrica (Reynolds) Stuart

    11/26/2003 06:40:26
    1. Re: [ORCROOK] Thanksgiving Dinner
    2. Clarees
    3. If I could invite and meet any ancestor it would be my great great grandfather Joseph Quinn, also hoping he would bring his family of 14 children and his wife. He was born in 1814 in Kentucky and died in 1891 in Marquam, Clackamas county Oregon. He is buried in the Miller Cemetery near Silverton, Oregon. I am so in awe of the early travelers who with their large families trekked across the United States to a new land they knew nothing about. Thank you for this opportunity to convey my thoughts of my ancestors. Clarees Researching: Quinn, Crofoot, Bryson, Phaneuf and many more. --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.544 / Virus Database: 338 - Release Date: 11/25/2003

    11/26/2003 01:19:46
    1. [ORCROOK] Thanksgiving Dinner
    2. Jan Bony
    3. I got this off another list, I've removed the county and state but would like to see who you all would invite. Those of us who are in the USA will soon be celebrating Thanksgiving. If you could have ONE of your ancestors - one you never met, join you for Thanksgiving dinner (or, if you are in a country other than the USA, for a family feast sometime this month), which ancestor would you invite? Please send a post to the list and tell us who, and why - and please remember to tell us the years and locations that this ancestor lived. Me, I'd invite my g-grandfather Thomas (John) Jones b. 1854 in Wales, came to US in 1883 and settled in Iowa where he died in 1911. In his life he was a miner and carpenter in Wales. In Iowa he worked his way through medical school doing carpentery and any other odd jobs he could come up with. He and his first wife had 5 children. His second wife had 8 children when they married and between TJ and his second wife they had my grandfather. What was it like to practice medacine in the late 1800's why did he change jobs? What was it like in Wales and why leave? Thanks everyone, Happy Thanksgiving Jan Bony [email protected] Oregon GenWeb Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orgenweb Crook Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orcrook Deschutes Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ordeschu Harney Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orharney Wheeler Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orwheele Personal Genealogy Pages: http://www.ochoco.com/jbony/genealogy/index.html Ochoco Computer Services: http://www.ochoco.com

    11/25/2003 11:50:58
    1. [ORCROOK] Thanksgiving and volunteers
    2. Jan Bony
    3. As I prepare for spending time with family and friends for thanksgiving, I just want you all to know you are in my thoughts also. Thank you Volunteers! I hope you all have a happy and peacefull Thanksgiving. Jan Bony [email protected] Oregon GenWeb Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orgenweb Crook Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orcrook Deschutes Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ordeschu Harney Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orharney Wheeler Co. OR, USA Coordinator: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orwheele Personal Genealogy Pages: http://www.ochoco.com/jbony/genealogy/index.html Ochoco Computer Services: http://www.ochoco.com

    11/23/2003 11:27:22
    1. [ORCROOK] unsubscribe
    2. Elizabeth Purkett
    3. Changing e-mail. Will contact you when we arrive in Arizona and have new address Unsubscribe at this address.

    11/06/2003 02:00:17
    1. RE: [ORCROOK] Annette (Annettie) CURL married PrinevilleDec 1, 1887 to Renick Jessee
    2. Houk Don (KL.CBG)
    3. 1870 LinnCo,OR census Ray's Prec Scio P.O. HH# 73 shows this family: Thomas CURL 28-MO farmer $0/$500 Josephine 26-OH Arnetta 9 or 7-OR Edward 4-OR Eliza 10/12-OR (Oct) 1880 LinnCo,OR census Santiam Prec HH#113 Thomas CURL 39-MO-MO-MO farmer Josephine 36-OH-OH-OH Armettie 18-OR-MO-OH Louis 15-OR-MO-OH Edward 13-OR-MO-OH Elizah 11-OR-MO-OH Per LinnCo,OR Marriage Index Josephine Ray and Thomas Curl md 11-4-1860 LinnCo,OR MB:A; from my records: Josephine was d/o William RAY & 1st wife Nancy HARDING Index of CrookCo,OR Marriages shows Nettie CURLS and Rennick C. JUSSIE md 12-1-1886 MB: A-27 Index 1900 CrookCo,OR census Newsome Prec HH#4-66 Remick C Jessie 42-MO Nettie 28-OR Lula 12-OR Index 1900 CrookCo,OR census Newsome Prec HH#4-62 Thos R Curl 59-MO Josephine 54-OH Good to see your name again, Stan. Don Houk in Tokyo -----Original Message----- From: Charles M. C. "Stan" Staniforth [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Saturday, October 25, 2003 1:20 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [ORCROOK] Annette (Annettie) CURL married PrinevilleDec 1, 1887 to Renick Jessee Gladly accept any info of Annettie Curl, born Scio, Linn County Aug 16, 1861 but married to Renick C. Jessee at Prineville, Dec 1, 1887. Can anyone check births in Scio 1861 for me or later censuses?. All help really appreciated. Curl Staniforth ==== ORCROOK Mailing List ==== Please avoid flaming (attacking) any single person or the group. This infraction will earn you immediate removal from the list. ============================== To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237

    10/25/2003 08:58:52
    1. Re: [ORCROOK] Annette (Annettie) CURL married PrinevilleDec 1, 1887 to Ren...
    2. 1870 Deschutes River (East of), Wasco County, Oregon (which was later part of Crook County) Curl, Bartlet age 55 born Ky. ----Thomas age 15 born Oregon ----Dudley age 15 born Oregon ----Irene J. 13 born Oregon 1870 Scio, Linn County, Oregon Curl, Caleb W age 41 born Missouri ----Margaret E. 38 born Indiana ----Mary A. 18 born Oregon ----Riley H 14 born Oregon ----Sarah A 12 born Oregon ----David H 10 born Oregon ----Roy 9 born Oregon ----Lofton 6 born Oregon ----Rarentha 3 (F) born Oregon Curl, James age 20 born Oregon Curl, Demoroous 36 born Missouri ----Lucy D 39 born Virginia ----Minervah K 8 born Oregon ----Priscilla 5 born Oregon ----Mary S. 3 born Oregon 1870 Franklin Butte, Linn County, Oregon - P. O. Scio Curl, John 38 born Missouri ----Elizabeth 36 born Missouri ----Francis C. 16 born Oregon ----Clara E. 11 born Oregon ----Emma E 8 born Oregon ----Rosy B 6 born Oregon ----Newbin J. 3 (M) born Oregon 1870 Pataha P. O Walla Walla County, Oregon Curl, M. G. 32 born Missouri 1870 Salem Pct, Marion County, Oregon Curl, C. G. 30 born Missouri ----Nelly 27 born Illinois ----Inez 5 born Oregon In 1880 here is a list of ALL Curls in Oregon,,,, note at the bottom is the only Annie which is the only one close to Annettie and she was born in 1879 about 1. Thomas CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1855> OR 2. Mary C. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1858> IA 3. John B. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1880> OR 4. Dudley C. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1855> OR 5. Elizabeth CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1858> AR 6. Wm. C. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1879> OR 7. Bartlett CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Other Gender: Male Birth: <1814> IN 8. Emma CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Other Gender: Female Birth: <1861> OR 9. James W. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1853> OR 10. Elmira CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1857> OR 11. Maggie May CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1876> OR 12. Ivy Myrtle CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1878> OR 13. John KERLE - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Other Gender: Male Birth: <1838> PRUSSIA 14. Caleb W. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1829> MO 15. Margaret Emeline CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1831> MO 16. Riley Holt CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1856> OR 17. Ambrose Monroe CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1862> OR 18. Lauflin Martin CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1864> OR 19. Maggie M. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1874> OR 20. Demarcus L. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1834> MO 21. Lucy V. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1839> MO 22. Minerva B. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1863> OR 23. Salena M. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1868> OR 24. Samantha E. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1875> OR 25. Geo. E. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1877> OR 26. Oliver M. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1856> MO 27. Elizabeth CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1857> OR 28. Bertha May CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1880> OR 29. Francis C. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1854> OR 30. Martisa CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1856> OR 31. Thomas Oscor CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1877> OR 32. Lefie May CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1878> OR 33. John CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1833> MO 34. Elizabeth C. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1836> TN 35. Emma Ellen CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1861> OR 36. Rosetta Belle CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1864> OR 37. Newton Isidon CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1867> OR 38. Melissa Jane CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1877> OR 39. David H. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1860> OR 40. Fannie CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1861> MO 41. Wm.E. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1822> MO 42. Sirena CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1823> NC 43. Grace CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1862> MO 44. Fannie CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon GDau Gender: Female Birth: <1871> MO 45. Wesley CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon GSon Gender: Male Birth: <1873> MO 46. Thomas CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1841> MO 47. Josaphine CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1844> OH 48. Louis CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1865> OR 49. Edward CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1867> OR 50. Elliza CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1869> OR 51. J.M. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Self Gender: Male Birth: <1849> OR 52. L.M. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1856> OR 53. Ada A. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1875> OR 54. Willie E. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Son Gender: Male Birth: <1877> OR 55. Annie J. CURL - 1880 United States Census / Oregon Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1879> OR The marriage records for Crook County list: Nettie Curls married Rennick C. Jussie 1 Dec. 1886 which agrees with later census 1900 census Mill Creek Precinct, Crook county, Oregon Jessee, Rennick, C born June 1857 age 42 married 13 years born Missouri, father born Kentucky, mother born Virginia ----Nettie wife born Aug. 1861 age 28 1 child, 1 child living born Oregon, father born Missouri mother born Ohio ----Lula daughter born Jan 1888 age 12 born Oregon, father born Missouri, mother born Oregon 1910 Nyssa Twp, Malheur County, Oregon Jesse, John W. head 44 marriage 1 14 years born Missouri ----Eliza wife 39 born Oregon, father born Missouri mother born Ohio Curl, Josephine mother in law 65 widow born Ohio, Ohio, U. S. Jesse, Rennick C brother 51 m1 married 23 years born Missouri, father born Missouri, mother born Missouri ---Nettie sister in law 48 1 child 1 living ---Lela neice 22 born Oregon After this census I do not find them anywhere again in census nor in Oregon Death Records and I only find Thomas in the 1880 census. Patty in Ca.

    10/24/2003 08:57:07
    1. [ORCROOK] Annette (Annettie) CURL married PrinevilleDec 1, 1887 to Renick Jessee
    2. Charles M. C. "Stan" Staniforth
    3. Gladly accept any info of Annettie Curl, born Scio, Linn County Aug 16, 1861 but married to Renick C. Jessee at Prineville, Dec 1, 1887. Can anyone check births in Scio 1861 for me or later censuses?. All help really appreciated. Curl Staniforth

    10/24/2003 03:19:46
    1. [ORCROOK] Check out History of the Middle Oregon Baptist Association
    2. Found this while searching, might be of interest to those with people here 1920's and later, good Luck, Jackie Click here: History of the Middle Oregon Baptist Association

    09/18/2003 06:14:32