Fendall and Rebecca (Holladay) Cason; "Tom was a popular marksman and Indian fighter; pursued by Indians in Idaho, he created a little fort of unfastened rock and stood a siege; he killed sixteen of his attackers before a rifle ball found its way by way of a crack in his fort and terminated his heroic protection and lifetime" [facts provided by John Ridgeway]
In bravery and Qualified talent he was a formidable rival to Carson, and continually Later on was Among the many best and most economical with the social gathering, and in difficult cases was of incalculable worth......Godey was a Creole Frenchman of St. Louis of medium peak with black eyes and silky curling black hair which was his pride."
Fremont's next expedition; when celebration later on split into two partys for exploration he stayed with Fremont; turned back for home on September 22
Garrison received his son-in-regulation to sit back. He had normally been an extremely pious person, but now Ephraim experienced out of the blue turn out to be insane. Before long he necessary several Guys to guard him night and working day. A person time the Adult males had to tie him to forestall him from committing violence. It had been ultimately concluded that Rev. Garrison would choose him to Stockton, California, in which the only real crazy asylum during the West existed At the moment. The Gentlemen experienced a hard time getting Ephraim right into a carriage to just take him on the 1st leg with the journey to catch a boat. Within the boat Ephraim attempted to leap off. Eventually they received him to Portland. In a resort in Portland the diverse subject areas of conversation inside the foyer seemed to mellow Ephraim simply because he couldn't consider just one subject and create irrational feelings before the topic was adjusted. Garrison took him east towards the Cascades, probably to enlist the help of Joseph M. Garrison and his sons to assist choose Ephraim to California. By the time the boat started out back again to Portland, Ephraim appeared enhanced. Garrison instructed his son-in-legislation that he meant to acquire him by sea into the psychological hospital, but if he ongoing to enhance he wouldn't do this. Ephraim did enhance and also served his father-in-regulation load a trunk onto the boat to go household to Yamhill County. He was so enhanced that Rev. Garrison Permit Ephraim wander the last two miles to his residence. It was probably an incredibly delighted reunion that Martha Jane had together with her now-sane husband. The total duration of his insanity was about two months." [info supplied by Don Rivara. In addition to the existing Internet site his Sources incorporated:  Lifetime and Labour of Rev. A. E. Garrison, 1887, Web pages 64-66 & 122, memoirs of Abraham Garrison, father-in-law to Ephraim Ford
1813 Mary GURLEY; brother to Brooks and Pleasant; Thomas was born in Buncombe county, North Carolina;a family members Tale states that on his engagement to Mary Gurley she planted some cotton, picked it, spun it and knitted socks for her bride groom that he wore at his wedding ceremony and later, sons, Pleasurable and John both equally wore them at their weddings; some several years later on these socks were positioned during the Oregon Historical Culture museum; in 1828 the relatives moved to Tennessee exactly where they remained for about five a long time in advance of shifting to Arkansas in 1833; in 1842 they removed to Missouri where by they commenced preparations for their emigration to Oregon; right after arrving in Oregon the family settled in Marion County; Thomas was elected into the legislature in 1844 and served right until 1846 and however in 1851-fifty two; his wife died in 1853 and Thomas did not remarry; the Keizer loved ones with daughters and sons owned about 2400 acres in what exactly is now Keizer, Marion County, OR
university was raised, different cities felt that they had the right to it. A battle was waged. The Legislature favored Eugene and said that the informative post faculty would be
second expedition; though camped at Sutter's Fort "March 22, Neal, the blacksmith (an outstanding workman, and an unmarried guy, who had done his obligation faithfully and had been of extremely great company to me) wished-for to stay, as powerful inducements ended up available listed here to mechanics.
returned east in 1844 the place he wrote a manual to Oregon and California; received an appointment as postmaster of Astoria even though in Washington, D.C.; returned west in 1847 bringing his son, Charles W.; he died at Astoria, Clatsop Co; Recollections,
Fremont's social gathering; turned back again for home on September 22; Be aware, there appears to have been two John Campbells
1843"; had brothers named Henry and William and am questioning in the Henry C. and William outlined down below may be All those brothers.
Commercials within the Salem newspaper exhibit that the Garrisons ended up wanting to promote their land assert in 1861, but were not productive. That December was The nice flood that wiped out Wheatland and Champoeg. The Garrison farm, on the bottom land, was flooded.
settled in Washington Co until eventually 1849 whenever they started out for CA. The loved ones opened a lodge at Sutterville, a few miles below Sacramento wherever they remained for 1 12 months. They then returned by ship, staying shipwrecked with the mouth of the Columbia.
He joined forces with them and is also identified through the west from the 1830s with different looking expeditions, such as a take a look at to Ft. Vancouver with Wyeth in 1834. In 1843 he structured a "celebration of satisfaction" tour to see the
winter even though her spouse ongoing on on the valley to locate land. Their 1st youngster died throughout this time on the age of 6 months. The family members