Oregon pioneers John Q. Zachary and Theresa Brown Zachary

Title

Oregon pioneers John Q. Zachary and Theresa Brown Zachary

Description

John Q. Zachary, 1827-1896, traveled overland to Oregon in 1843. John, along with his father Alexander Zachary, took out land donation claims in Washington County. Alexander owned Five Oaks Farm near West Union, Oregon. John's wife Theresa (Brown) Zachary, 1833-1908, was the granddaughter of Tabitha Brown, founder of Tualatin Academy. Theresa helped Tabitha with her first school. She traveled overland to Oregon in 1845. She is buried in Fossil, Oregon. Photo was taken in Fossil on September 30, 1878.
[Back] John Q. Zachary 1827-1896 Son of Alexander Zachary overland to Oregon in 1843 father and son took out donation land claims in Wash. (Tuality) co. His father owned five oaks farm near West Union. Theresa Brown Zachary, helped Tabitha in very first school. 1833-1908 Daughter of Orus Brown grand-daughter of Tabitha Brown. overland to Oregon in 1845. She is buried in Fossil, Ore. Photo taken in Fossil Original held by Mrs. Ernestine Davidson, Forest Grove. Copy provided by Craig A. Smith Salem 9-30-78;

Date Created

1878-09-30

Medium

gelatin silver prints;

Language

English

Identifier

PUApic_012840

Rights

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