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NAMES INDEX

1792-1838

BY YEAR OF ARRIVAL IN OREGON:

AANIAESSE, Etienne 1838

ABBOTT, 1832

ALLAN, George T. 1826

ALLIS, Samuel 1836; came to Shawnee Agency 1834; did not go to Oregon

1836 ALTZ, John: may be John Aits, a Nez Perce on way home in 1836

ANDERSON, Alexander Caulfield (b. 1814) 1834

ANDERSON, Thomas M. 1838 (b. ca1824)

1834 ANDERSON, William Marshall (1807-1881)

ANDERSON, Winslow 1836 may be same as George Winslow

ASHLEY, William H. 1824

ATENESSE, Michel 1838

BAILEY, William J. 1835

BAKER, 1835

BALDWIN, Alfred (1816-1904) 1832

1832 BALL, John

BARCLAY, George 1832

BARNES, Jane 1814

BATES, James M. 1829

BEAUCHAMP, Jacques 1793

BEAUDIEUX, Francois 1793

1836 BEAVER, Rev. Herbert

BECKWOURTH, James P. 1824

1837 BEERS, Alanson (1800-1853)

BEERS, Rachel 1837 md Beers, Alanson

BELLAIRE, Registre 1813

BERLAND 1833; may be Bulard

1813 BETHUNE, Angus

BIDDLE, Capt. J. 1818

BILLIQUE [BELEQUE], Pierre 1838

1837 BINGHAM, Rev. Hiram (1789-1869)

BISSON, Baptiste 1793

BIRNIE, James (ca1795-1864) 1818

BLACK, Capt. of ship Racoon 1813

BLACK, Samuel 1824

1838 BLANCHET, Francis Norbert:

BOLGUSOV, 1810

BONNEVILLE, Capt. Benjamin 1832

BOTCHIE, Capt. William 1838

BOUCHE, Jean Baptiste

BOULARD, 1811: see Bulard

BOURDON, Michel Bourdeaux dit Bourdon 1809; died 1823

BOURGEAU, Silvan 1833

BRANDYWINE, see William McCarty

1804 BRATTON, William Pvt.

BRECK, W. 1832

1792 BROUGHTON, Lt. William R

BROWN, Capt. of the ship Lydia 1810

BROWN, William 1833

BRUGUIER, Registre 1811

BURDITT, S. 1832

CAMPBELL, Robert 1832/1834

CANAWAIA, Charles [KAWINIHA, CONNIAH, COWNISH] date ? Hawaiian with the HBC and the Cayuse War militia.

1812 CANNON, William

CARMICHAEL, Lawrence 1834

1828 CARPENTIER, Angelique and Sophie (1828-1859) do/o of Charles Carpentier.

CARPENTIER, Charles 1828

1812 CARSON, Alexander:

CERRES, Michel 1834 (with Bonneville) may be Michael Cere 1839 (Ft. Crockett)

1838 CHALIFOU, Andre Sr. (1789-1851)

CHAMPLAIN, Jean Baptiste 1811

1804 CHARBONNEAU, Toussaint

CHARLES, Pierre 1833

CHATA, Carlo (Charlot Tsetse) 1808

1804 CLARK, William

CLARKE, John 1812

CLYMAN, James 1824

COGNOIR, Michel 1833

1804 COLTER, John Pvt.

1804 COLLINS, John Pvt.

1835 COMPO, Charles

CONNELLY, Amelia 1830 md James Douglas

1838 CONNER, James

COURTIN, Charles 807

COURTOIS, Francois 1793

CORNEY, Peter 1834

COX, a Hawaiian 1811

1811 COX, Ross:

1837 CRAIGIE, James (1813-1895)

CRATE, William Frederick 1835

1838 CRETE, Edouard

1811 CROOKS, Ramsay:

1804 CRUZATTE, Peter Pvt:

1814 DAY, John

DEASE, John Warren 1826

DEGIE, Philip (1739-1847)

1813 DELAUNAY, Pierre 1811?

1832 DELOR, Joseph; or DeLoire

1838 DEMERS, Modeste

DESPORTE dit MCKAY, Jean Baptiste 1812

DIONE, Madame and Pierre 1812 should be DORION

1838 DIX, Mary Augusta (1810-1881): m. GRAY, William Henry

DOBIN, Jean Baptiste ca1830 m'd Nancy (of Dalles), widow of Archibald Goodrich

DOMINUS, Capt. of ship Owyhee 1828

DORION or DORUIN, Francois 1813

DORION, Pierre 1812

DORION, called "Madame" (Mrs. Pierre Dorion) 1812

1823 DOUGLAS, David 1825?

1830 DOUGLAS, James (1803-1877)

Omit this entry; this was a return trip in: 1837 DOUGLAS, Mr. and Mrs (James and Amelia)

1837 DOWNING, Susan: m'd 1837 SHEPARD, Cyrus;

1830 DRIPPS, Alexander: (sometimes spelled DRAEPS)

1804 DROUILLARD, George, [aka Drewyer]

DUCETTE, Charles 1793

DUCHOUQUETTE, Francois 1812

DUPRE, Louis Pichette dit DuPre 1819; see Pichette (on name list in 1818)

DUPUIS, Pierre 1812; often DePot

DUNN, John 1831

EDMUNDS [PICKERNELL], John 1834

1834 EDWARDS, Philip Leget:

EHNENGER, George 1812

1838 EELLS, Rev. Cushing (1810- ): m. FAIRBANKS, Myra

ERMATINGER, Francis 1835 at Ft. Coleville 1829

ERQUET, A. 1836

EZEKIEL, Elisha 1836

FAIGNANT, Francois 1833

1838 FAIRBANKS, Myra (1805-1878): m. EELLS, Cushing Rev

FANCAULT, 1818 Bancroft says he was very early OR arrival; probably with the 1818ers from Canada.

FARNHAM, Russell 1812

FELIX, Antoine m'd Marguerite des Chaudieres (Kettle Falls)

FERRIS, Warren 1830

1804 FIELDS, Reuben Pvt:

1804 FIELDS, Joseph Pvt.

FINDLAY, Jacques (Jacco) Raphael 1806; sons: Raphael Jr., Thornbun, and Bonhomme

FINDLAY family, Keyackie (Cadiac) 1823 (may be close relative of Jacques Findlay); Augustin, Miequim, Nicholas, and Pinesta (brothers to each other) 1828; John 1834; Emelie (married Simon Plumondeau)

FINDLAYSON, Duncan 1831

1836 FITZPATRICK, Thomas 1824

1804 FLOYD, Charles Sgt:

  1. FONTENELLE, Lucien

FORREST, Charles 1838

1811 FRANCHERE, Gabriel

FRASER, Paul ca1814, died 1831

1804 FRAZIER, Robert Pvt.

GAIRDNER, Dr. 1833

1834 GALE, Joseph

GARDNER, Johnson 1825

1804 GASS, Patrick Sgt:

1835 GAY, George Kirby

GENDRON, Francois m'd Margueritte Walla Walla 1838

1812 GERVAIS, Joseph

GIASSON, Ignace 1819

1804 GIBSON, George Pvt.

1838 GILBERT, Sarah: m. SMITH, Asa H. Rev.

GINGRAS, Jean m'd Charlotte Okanagan 1838

GLANVILLE, Capt. 1808

GOODRICH, Archibald 1828 m'd Nancy of Dalles; he died 1830 at Dalles

1804 GOODRICH, Silas Pvt.

1792 GRAY, Capt. Robert

1836 GRAY, William Henry (1810-1889)

GREENE, Jonathan S. 1829

GREGNON, Pierre 1809

GRENIER, Pierre formalized marriage to Therese Spokane 1838

GREY, John 1822 "Joe Gray" also half Iroquois near Waiilatpu listed in 1840

HALDANE, John 1820

1804 HALL, Hugh Pvt

1811 HALSEY, J.C

HASWELL, Robert 1792

HATHAWAY, Felix 1828

1823 HARRIS, Moses [aka Black Harris

1836 HART, Eliza: m'd SPAULDING, Henry Rev.

1834 HAUXHURST, Webley J.

1814 HENRY, Alexander

HENRY, Andrew 1810

1813 HENRY, William

HERON, Francis 1835 abandoned wife Josephite Josephite Kanhopitsa des Chaudieres (KettleFalls), later Mrs. Joachim Hubert, and his son by Josphite, George Heron.

HINKLEY, Capt. J. of ship Blossom 1818

HOBACK, John 1813

1834 HORD/HOWARD/HOARD, John: m'd daughter of Desportes

1804 HOWARD, Thomas P. Pvt

1834 HUBBARD, Thomas Jefferson

HUBBERT, Joachim date? Married Josephite Kanhopitsa des Chaudieres (KettleFalls). She was the abandoned liaison of John Clark and the widow, 1824, of Jean Baptiste Boucher (in Canada). Hubert lived in Coleville and married her after she was widowed. Their daughter married John "The McKie Rouge" and moved to the Willamette.

1837 HULL, Sarah

1812 HUNT, Wilson Price

1838 JACK, see Joseph and Maria Mahi

1830 JACKSON, David E

JAMES, Edwin 1820

1821 JEAUDOIN, Charles

1837 JOHNSON, Elivra: m'd PERKINS, Henry Kirk White Rev.

JOHNSON, John 1838

1817 JOHNSON, William:

1812 JONES, Benjamin

JOSEACHAL or KASIACALL 1811: called LAMAZU by other (non-Quinault) tribes; confounded with RAMSAY (a half-British Chehalis called Lamosoi or Lamazee).

  1. JUDSON, Rev. Lewis Hubell (1809-1880)

KANOTA, Louis 1819

1834 KELLEY, Hall J

KILBORN 1834 (a different individual from R.L. Kilborne of 1839)

KINNEY, Mary A. 1837 md David Leslie

KINVILLE, Francois 1809

KITTSON, William 1828: m'd 1833 to Helene McDonald

KOTELNIKOV, Filip 1808

1804 LABICHE, Francis Pvt

1812 LABONTE, Louis Sr. and Jr. 1812 and 1834; LaBonte circa1817 married Kilakotah (see entry for James McMillan)

LACHAPPELLE, Andre (1781-1881) 1813 and 1818

LAFRAMBOISE, Michel 1812

LAFANTASIE, Charles m'd Isabelle Spokane 1838

LAGASSE, Charles 1800

LAJOIE, J.B. m'd Marie Pendoreille

LAMOSOI, see Ramsey, George

LAMOUSSE, Ignace Shonomene dit "Le Vieux" or "Big" Ignace LaMousse 1835

LANDEROOT, Xavier 1836; Ladyroot, La-de-root

1814 LANDRY, Joseph 1814 and 1793

1804 LAPAGE, Baptiste Pvt.

LARPENTEUR, Charles 1832

LAROCQUE, Joseph 1832 should be 1817

LEBLANC, Pierre 1800: m'd 1831 to Nancy/Matooski (abandoned wife of John G. McTavish. Pierre and 4 of their children died in 1838.

LECLAIRE, Francois 1812: misnamed "LeClerc" in the 1812 roster of Astorians in Robert Stuarts journal.

1812 LECLERC, Francois: see LeClaire

1834 LEE, Rev. Daniel (1806-1895): m'd 1840 WAIR [aka WARE], Maria

1834 LEE, Jason Rev. (1803-1845): m'd PITTMAN, Anna Maria;

1837 LESLIE, David Rev. md Mary A. KINNEY

LEWES, John Lee 1821

1804 LEWIS, Meriwether

LISA, Manuel 1807

LOLO, Jean Baptiste 1817

1837 LONG, John

LONG, Lt. Stephen H. 1820

1812 LUCIER, Etienne

LUTTIG, John C. 1812

MACKENZIE, Alexander 1793

1838 MAHI, Joseph , husband of Maria

1838 MAHI (or MAKI), Maria

1829 MANSON, Donald and 1824

MASTA, Antoine m'd Sophie Tchinouk 1838

MCCARTY, William 1834; m'd Catherine Birston (listed 1841)

1812 MCCLELLAN, Robert: [listed as Robert McLellan]

MCCRARY, Richard 1834

MCDONALD, Anawescan 1833

MCDONALD, Angus: assigned to Ft. Hall 1840-43; 1841 assigned to Puget Sound Agricultural Co. (info.from Children of the Fur Trade); 1843 to Ft. Coleville (switched places with Archibald McDonald). Daughter Christina.

1836 MCDONALD, Archibald; m'd d/o Comcomly (a Clatsop); son Ranald

1824 MCDONALD, Finnan at Salish House 1810; m'd Margerite (a Pendoreille), their daughter, Helene McDonald m'd 1827 to William Kittson; (son Pierre Charles born April 1832 and daughter Eloise Jemima July 1836); 2nd marriage to Richard Grant (in 1845), the head of Ft. Hall. The same source of this info. (Children of the Fur Trade) says she married John Howard. Sons of Helene McDonald Grant and Richard Grant were Johnny and James.

MCDOUGAL, Duncan 1812 m'd d/o Comcomly (a Clatsop)

1811 MCKAY, Alexander and 1793

1811 MCKAY, Daughters of Tom McKay: two by his first wife and others. Mary, Maria, and Louise are mentioned in his will, 1844. Henrietta and Marguerite stayed with the Whitmans as teenagers in the late 1830's. Wenix was born to Susan and Tom McKay.

1811 MCKAY, Donald: s/o Tom McKay and second wife, a Cayuse woman (Susan of Warm Springs)

1812 MCKAY, Jean Baptiste, see DESPORTE

1811 MCKAY, Alexander (II), son of Thomas McKay and second wife, Isabella Montour

1811 MCKAY, John son of Thomas McKay and second wife, Isabella Montour

1811 MCKAY, Thomas: son of Alexander McKay and Marguerite Wadin; m'd d/o Comcomly (a Clatsop); 2nd wife circa1830 a Cayuse woman (Susan of Warm Springs); 3rd wife, m'd 1838, the daughter of Nicholas Montour, Isabella.

1811 MCKAY, William Cameron (1824- ): son of Thomas McKay and first wife, a Chinook Clatsop

1812 MCKENZIE, Donald m'd Tom McKay's sister

MCKINLAY, Archibald 1835; m'd 1836 to Sarah Julia Ogden

1826 MCLEOD, Alexander Roderick

MCLEOD, Donald (1811-1873) 1835

MCLEOD, Jack 1825

MCLOUGHLIN, David: son of Dr. John McLoughlin and Margueritte Wadin

1825 MCLOUGHLIN, Dr. John (1784-1857) md Margueritte Wadin (McKay)

1825 MCLOUGHLIN, John Jr.: son of Dr. John McLoughlin and Margueritte Wadin

1825 MCLOUGHLIN, Joseph (1809-1848): son of Dr. John McLoughlin and first wife

Omit these entries 1837: Miss Marian McLoughlin and Mrs. McLoughlin (a return trip). "Marian" is incorrect (appears in Whitman letters and journal)

1825MCLOUGHLIN, Marie Eloise: daughter of Dr. John McLoughlin and Margueritte Wadin

MCMILLAN, James 1815. Abandoned Kilakotah (Chinook)--she married Louis LaBonte. James McMillan later married a Scot, the sister of Archibald McKinlay. Kilakotah earlier had a daughter by Astorian Matthews and later married George Barnston.

1804 MCNEAL, Hugh Pvt.

1814 MCTAVISH, Donald:

1813 MCTAVISH, J.G

METHOD, Francois 1825

1837 MEVWAY, Mungo

1837 MILLER, Alfred Jacob

1812 MILLER, Joseph

MONIQUE, Louis Oskanha dit Monique ca1813

1812 MONTOUR, Nicholas 1806 at Rocky Mtn House; son named George, m'd in1838

NINA, Hawaiian man 1836

1834 NUTTALL, Thomas

1825 OGDEN, Peter Skene ( -1854): m'd Julia TetePlatte (part-Iroquois stepdaughter of F. Rivet) in circa 1818; son Isaac; daughter Sarah Julia m'd 1836 to Archibald McKinlay

1834 O'NEIL, James A.

1804 ORDWAY, John Sgt.

OTCHIN, Thomas 1838

OUVRE, William 1833

1836 OWYHEE, John and Mary

1836 PAMBRUN, Pierre C and 1832

1835 PARKER, Rev. Samuel (1779-1866)

PAYETTE, 1811 Francois Payette formalized marriage to Marguerite Spokane 1838

PECORD, Andre 1836

PEPIN, Pierre 1838

1837 PERKINS, Henry Kirk White Rev. (1812 - ): m'd JOHNSON, Elvira

PERRAULT, John B. 1836

PICHETTE, Louis (ca1798-1876) 1819 Louis Pichette dit DuPre

PICKERNELL see John Edmunds

1837 PITTMAN, Anna Maria (1803-1838): m'd LEE, Jason

PLANTE, Antoine 1833

PLUMONDEAU, Simon 1818 died 1841 PLAMANDON, Simon m'd Emelie nee Findlay, widow of Pierre Bercier

PLUMONDEAU, Tai 1833 (with Simon)

1804 POTTS, John Pvt.

POURNAFFE, 1818 PORTNEUF, Joseph 1824

1836 PRENTISS, Narcissa (1808-1847): m'd WHITMAN, Marcus Dr.;

PREVOST, US Commissioner J.B. 1818

1804 PRYOR, Nathaniel Sgt.

QUESNAL, (ca1779-1844) 1818 at Rocky Mountain House 1806

RAMSEY, George and Jack 1804 and 1811. Also see Joseachal.

1828 RANNE, Peter

RAE, William Glenn 1834 md Marie McLoughlin

1811 REED, John

REED, M.B. 1804

REZNOR, Jacob 1813

1838 RICHARDSON, Mary (1811-1897): m. 1838 WALKER, Elkanah Rev.

RICHARDSON, Paul 1834

RIVAIS, Antoine born 1816

RIVET, Francois 1807: stepdaughter Julia married P.S. Ogden at Spokane House--their son named Isaac; son Joseph died 1852--his son Faubien Rivet

ROBERTS, George B. (d.1883) 1831

ROBINSON, Edward 1813

ROBSON, Capt. 1818

ROCHEBRUNNE, Joseph 1833

1838 RODGERS, Edward

1834 ROE, Charles

ROI, Baptiste 1813

1838 ROGERS, Cornelius

1828 ROGERS, Harrison

RONDEAU, Chas. 1836

ROSE, Edward 1812

1811 ROSS, Alexander

1832 RUSSELL, Osborne

1838 RUSSIE, Catherine: m'd CHALIFOU, Andre Sr.

RYAN, Capt. of Isabella 1828

1804 SACAGAWEA

SAGOHANENCHTA, Louis (Iroquis) 1833; m'd a Nisqually woman; children, Ignace and Catherine

1812 ST. AMANT, Joseph

ST. MICHEL, Louis 1811

SANSBURY, 1834 with Wyeth; may be Nicholas U. Sansbury 1839

SARGENT, G. 1832

1836 SATTERLEE, Mrs.

SAXA, Charles and Francois dit Saxa sons of Ignace LaMousse 1835

SCARBOROUGH, James (1805-1855) 1830; md Anne Elizabeth, daughter of Clatsop chief Comcomly

1811 SETON, Alfred

1804 SHANNON, George Pvt.

SHAUGETTE, Louis 1834

1834 SHEPARD, Cyrus (1799-1840): m'd 1837 DOWNING, Susan

1804 SHIELDS, John Pvt

1824 SIMPSON, George

1832 SINCLAIR, John

1830 SLACUM, Purser

1836 SLACUM, William A.

1838 SMITH, Asa H. Rev.: md Sarah Gilbert White Smith

SMITH, Capt. Frazer 1814 of the ship Isaac Todd

1828 SMITH, Jedediah Strong

SMITH, J. Woodman (d.1836) 1832

1837 SMITH, Margaret Jewett: m'd BAILEY, William J. Dr.

1832 SMITH, Solomon Howard

SOWLES, Capt. Cornelius 1812

1836 SPAULDING, Rev. Henry Harmon: m'd HART, Eliza

STEWART, William Drummond 1834

STUART, David 1811; uncle of

1811 STUART, Robert

1834 SUBLETTE, Milton; nephew (?) of

1830 SUBLETTE, William L.

1838 SUTTER, John August Capt.

SWIFT, Capt. 1808

TAWAKON [TEWATON], Thomas 1827

TAYURHESERE, Charles

TEYCALECOURIGI, Lazard 1825

1807 THOMPSON, David

1804 THOMPSON, John B. Pvt.

1834 THORNBURG,

THYNG [THING], Capt. Joseph 1834

  1. TIBBETTS, Calvin
  2. TODD, John 1838

  3. TOLMIE, Dr. William Frazer (1812-1886) 1833

TOUPIN, John ca1836, likely earlier arrival

1807 THOMPSON, David

TOMSON, Capt. of Convoy 1828

1834 TOWNSEND, John Kirk

1834 TRASK, Elbridge (1815-1863): md 1842 ABLE, Hannah Mrs.

TREVANIGAN, Pierre 1824

TRUMBELL, G. (d. ca1832) 1832

TSETSE, Charlot see Carlo Chata

TULLOCK, Sam 1827

TURCOTTE, Jean 1813

1832 TURNER, John

1812 VALLE, Andrew

1792 VANCOUVER, Capt. George

VANDERBURGH, Henry (d. 1832) 1830

WADIN, Margueritte 1825

1834 WALKER, Courtney M

1836 WALKER, Elkanah Rev. (1805-1877)

1833 WALKER, Joseph R.

1811 WALLACE, William

WEST, George Miller 1831

1804 WERNER, William Pvt.

1837 WHITCOMB, Joseph L.

1837 WHITE, Dr. Elijah (1806-1879): m'd [], Sarepta;

1804 WHITEHOUSE, Joseph Pvt.

WHITIER, 1832

1836 WHITMAN, Marcus (1802-1847): m'd PRENTISS, Narcissa;

1804 WILLARD, Alexander Pvt.

1837 WILLSON, William Holden (1801-1856): m'd CLARK, Chloe A.;

1804 WINDSOR, Richard Pvt.

WINSHIP, Capt. Nathan 1810

WINSLOW, George 1834; may be Winslow Anderson

1804 WISER, Peter Pvt.

1834 WORK, John led brigade 1832

1832 WYETH, John B.

1832 WYETH, Nathaniel J.

1804 YORK

1834 YOUNG, Ewing (c1810-1841)

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