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Charles Inagaki and Sachiko Taketa




Husband Charles Inagaki

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       Father: Kisaku Inagaki
       Mother: Dorothy or Kimiko Okamura


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Wife Sachiko Taketa

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1 M Kurt Inagaki

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2 F Kathy Inagaki

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David Inagaki and Cheryl Kimura




Husband David Inagaki

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       Father: Kisaku Inagaki
       Mother: Dorothy or Kimiko Okamura


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Wife Cheryl Kimura

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1 F Mychale Inagaki

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2 F Malle Inagaki

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Karl Inagaki and Carolyn Watson




Husband Karl Inagaki

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       Father: Kisaku Inagaki
       Mother: Dorothy or Kimiko Okamura


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Wife Carolyn Watson

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1 M Robin Inagaki

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2 F Jill Inagaki

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Toyematsu Ogawa and Katsu Inagaki




Husband Toyematsu Ogawa

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Wife Katsu Inagaki

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1 M Henry Kazuo Ogawa

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Kisaku Inagaki and Dorothy or Kimiko Okamura




Husband Kisaku Inagaki

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Wife Dorothy or Kimiko Okamura

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       Father: Jukichi Okamura 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
       Mother: Hatsu Terada 1 5 7 8 9 10



 Other Spouse: Carl Fisher



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1 M Toru Inagaki

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2 F Kiyoko Inagaki

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3 M Noboru Inagaki

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4 F Carol Inagaki

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       Spouse: Ted Inoue



5 M Charles Inagaki

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       Spouse: Sachiko Taketa



6 M Karl Inagaki

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       Spouse: Carolyn Watson



7 M David Inagaki

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8 F Susan Inagaki

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Frank Indermill




Husband Frank Indermill

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1 M Keith Indermill

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2 M Kenneth Indermill

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3 M Frank Indermill

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4 F Ramona Indermill

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Eric Keerbs and Kathy Ing




Husband Eric Keerbs

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Wife Kathy Ing

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       Father: George Ing 11
       Mother: Muriel





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Kenneth Ing and Verna Krahmer




Husband Kenneth Ing

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Wife Verna Krahmer

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1 M George Ing 11

         Born: 26 Jan 1936 - Hillsboro, Oregon
         Died: 11 May 2005 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
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2 F Susanne Ing

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Alfred A. Ingalls and Emma Josephine Lounsbury




Husband Alfred A. Ingalls 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

         Born: 18 Apr 1837 - Marion, Wayne, New York
         Died: 3 Jan 1904 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
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       Father: Erastus Ingalls 19
       Mother: Elizabeth Baker 19


     Marriage: 1 May 1862 - , Tioga, Pennsylvania




Wife Emma Josephine Lounsbury 10 12 13 14 20 21 22 23 24

         Born: 3 Jan or Jul 1842 or 1844 - , Tioga, Pennsylvania
         Died: 11 Oct 1920 - , Hood River, Oregon
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       Father: Franklin Lounsbury 25 26
       Mother: Sally Bryant 26





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1 M James Weston Ingalls 4 10 13 21 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

         Born: 10 Nov 1867 - , Tioga, Pennsylvania
         Died: 29 Jul 1927 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
       Buried:  - Idlewilde Cemetery, Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
       Spouse: Gertrude Balch 26 28 30 33 34 36 37
         Marr: 24 Jul 1889 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon



2 F Gertrude Ingalls 10 13 21 27 35 38 39 40

         Born: 1869 - , , Pennsylvania
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       Spouse: Frederick Howe 4 10 27 38 40 41 42 43 44
         Marr: Dec 1886



3 F Maggie Ingalls 13 26 27 39

         Born: 1873 - , , Pennsylvania
         Died: 1881 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
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4 F Bertha Ingalls 22 26

         Born: Abt 1875
         Died: 1875
       Buried:  - Ogden, Utah



5 F Jessie Ingalls 13 21 22 27 35

         Born: 23 May 1877 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
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       Spouse: Perry McCrory 21 32 45
         Marr: Nov 1895 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
       Spouse: Harold Altno 42
         Marr: , , California



6 M John Ingalls 13 22 26 27

         Born: 1879 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
         Died: 1883 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
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7 M Alfred H. Ingalls 14 22 26

         Born: 4 Sep 1880 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
         Died: 4 Aug 1901 - John Day River, Oregon
       Buried:  - Idlewilde Cemetery, Hood River, Oregon



8 M Fred Ingalls 10 14 20 21 22 27 35 46 47 48 49 50

         Born: 20 Jan 1884 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
         Died: 28 Apr 1961 - , Hood River, Oregon
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       Spouse: Ivy Pearl Clark 10 20 42 45 46 47 51
         Marr: 1907




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The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, OR., January 7, 1904, page 5 DIED In Hood River, Jan. 3, 1904, Alfred Ingalls, aged 64. Funeral services were held Monday morning at the Valley Christian church. A concourse of 50 carriages followed the remains to the cemetery. Obituary next week. --------------------------------- The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, OR., January 14, 1904, page 3 Includes portrait CAME TO HOOD RIVER IN 1875 Alfred A. Ingalls, who died January 3, 1904, was a highly respected citizen and an early pioneer of Hood River valley. Mr. Ingalls had been a sufferer for a year or more with cancer of the face. In the death of Mr. Ingalls, this community has lost one of its sterling citizens, who was at all times ready and willing to assist his friends, and who always stood in the front rank in all matters pertaining to the good of the community. He was a loyal husband, a kind and indulgent father, a faithful and conscientious Christian, beloved by all who knew him, and one whose loss will be deeply felt by the people of the Barrett district. The bereaved family have the heart felt sympathy of the sorrowing community, and may He, who is death’s conqueror, sustain and comfort the family in this their great time of affliction. Alfred Ingalls was born in Wayne county, New York, April 18, 1837. At the age of five years he was taken by his parents to Tioga county, Penn., where in 1862 he was married to Miss Anna Townsberry. In 1875 he moved to Hood River, coming with the Parkhurst colony in that year, and has resided here ever since. Of 10 children born to Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls, but four survive to mourn with the mother in their sad bereavement. The sons, James and Fred living in Barrett district, while the daughters, Mrs. Perry McCrory and Mrs. Fred Howe, live at Hood River. Mr. Ingalls united with the Valley Christian church in April, 1886, and has been a consistent and forceful member of that organization. He was a member of the Odd Fellows, but has not affiliated with the order at Hood River. He was taken sick March 1, 1903, and since then has suffered terribly until at last death came to his relief. Blessed are those who die in the Lord. Requiescaten pace. W.R.H.

History of Early Pioneer Families of Hood River, Oregon. Compiled by Mrs. D.M. Coon
ALFRED INGALLS AND FAMILY D.M.C. 1875 Data furnished by Mrs. Howe.
Alfred Ingalls was born April 18, 1837, in Wayne County, New York. In 1842 his parents moved to Tioga county, Pa., where Alfred received his education and grew to manhood. In 1862 he was married to Miss Emma Lownsberry. Thirteen years later, in 1875, Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls, with their four children, joined the Parkhurst Colonists and started for Hood River, Oregon. Previous to this time two children had died in infancy and been buried near their Pennsylvania hone. On their way across the continent little Bertha, the baby, sickened and died, and was laid to rest at Ogden, Utah. Two sisters of Mrs. Ingalls, with their families, were in the Parkhurst Colony. The sisters were Mrs. J.W. Wallace and Mrs. Aaron Rumsey. Mr. Ingalls secured land in the Barrett District and was among the first settlers in that neighborhood. There was no irrigation then and dry farming was not profitable, so that Mr. Ingalls often worked in the sawmill to provide subsistence for his family, while the farm was being put in shape to produce a living. Mrs. Ingalls kept "Summer Boarders" to help along, she also made excellent butter which found a ready market. The older children were pupils in Hood River's first school house, located on the south-west corner of William Jenkin's Donation Land Claim. James and Gertrude were pupils in Mrs. Henderson's Select School taught in Mrs. Henderson's summer home. The Barrett school was erected in 1878 on land adjoining the Ingall's farm and the children were pupils there in 1879, Mrs. Henderson being the first teacher in that district. In the school room the children were bright, studious and well behaved. They possessed musical voices which greatly aided in the school work, Maggie in particular, was especially gifted with a beautiful alto voice and sang as naturally as a bird. Her death, from scarlet fever, in the fall of 1881 left sadness in the school room as well as in the home. Four children were added to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls in Hood River; they are Jessie, Alfred, Jr., John and Fred. Jessie married Perry McCrory, who died, leaving two daughters who were both born in Hood River. Alfred Jr., was drowned in the John Day river, August 4, 1901, while in bathing after a hard day's work in the harvest fields. Alfred was twenty one years of age, a very industrious and promising young man and his death was sincerely mourned by friends as well as relatives. His body was recovered and buried in Idlewilde Cemetery. John, or Johnny as he was always called, passed away at the age of four. Like "Little Boy Blue", he left his toys to waken in a fairer land. Four children are still living of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls: James, the eldest, married Gertrude Balch, they live in the town of Hood River, substantial citizens of an enterprising community. Gertrude became Mrs. Fred Howe. Mr. Howe is a pioneer and worker in Hood River from its early days. Jessie's home is in California. Fred is a farmer in Hood River valley. His wife was formerly Miss Ivy Clark of the east side. Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls united with the Valley Christian Church in 1886. Mr. Ingalls was taken sick in March of 1903, he died January 3, 1904 at the age of 66 years, eight months and sixteen days. The Glacier of that day says: "In the death of Mr. Ingalls this community has lost one of its sterling citizens who was at all times ready and willing to assist his friends, and who always stood in the front rank in all matters pertaining to the good of the community. He was a loyal husband, a kind and indulgent father, a faithful and conscientious christian, beloved by all who knew him, and one whose loss will be deeply felt by all who knew him, and one whose loss will be deeply felt by the people of Barrett District." Mrs. Ingalls makes her home with her youngest son, Fred, at the farm.


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The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, OR., October 21, 1920, page 1 MRS. INGALLS’ FUNERAL LAST WEEK Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Ingalls, aged 78, were held at the Anderson chapel Wednesday afternoon of last week, Rev. J.L. Hershner officiating. Mrs. Ingalls, whose death occurred Monday morning, arrived in Hood River November 10, 1875, with the Parkhurst colony, a party recruited from New York towns. Her husband, who died 18 years ago, homesteaded a place in the Barrett district, planting one of the first commercial orchards. The following sons and daughters survive: James and Fred Ingalls and Mrs. Fred Howe, of Hood River, and Mrs. Jesse Altno, of Southern California. Emmett Josephine Lownsberry was born in Tioga county, Pennsylvania, July 31, 1842. She was married to Alfred Ingalls May 1, 1862. The latter died January 3, 1904. She with her husband united with the Valley Christian church in April, 1886.
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Spencer N. Smith and Edna M. Ingalls




Husband Spencer N. Smith 46 52 53 54 55 56

         Born: 1910 - , , Washington
         Died: 1982
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       Father: A. Frank Smith 4 54 55
       Mother: Winnie C. 54 55


     Marriage: 12 Nov 1932 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon




Wife Edna M. Ingalls 42 46 47 52

         Born: 26 Sep 1911 - Hood River, Hood River, Oregon
         Died: 26 Feb 2002 - Cheney, Washington
       Buried:  - Idlewild Cemetery, Hood River, Oregon


       Father: Fred Ingalls 10 14 20 21 22 27 35 46 47 48 49 50
       Mother: Ivy Pearl Clark 10 20 42 45 46 47 51





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1 M Larry Neil Smith

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6 Mar 2002 Hood River News

EDNA M. SMITH Edna M. Smith, 90, died Feb. 26, 2002, in Cheney, Wash. Mrs. Smith was born Sept. 26, 1911, in Hood River, Ore., to Fred and Ivy (Clark) Ingalls and was a graduate of Odell High School in Odell, Ore. She was married to Spencer Smith of White Salmon, Wash., on Nov. 12, 1932, in Hood River. They made their home in Hood River until moving to Walla Walla, Wash., in 1950. Memorial contributions may be made to the Walla Walla Alliance Church, 902 S. Howard, Walla Walla, WA 99362. She is survived by her son, Larry Smith and his wife, Lorinda, of Cheney, Wash., sister Marie Phillips of Hood River, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Spencer, in 1982. Visitation will be Monday, March 4, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Anderson Tribute Center, Hood River. Graveside funeral service will be at 11 a.m. on March 5, 2002 at Idlewilde Cemetery in Hood River. Arrangements are by Cheney Funeral Chapel, Cheney.



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1 United States Census, 1920, Hood River County, Oregon, Center, page 14.

2 Oregon Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census: Japanese Population in Oregon - October 1, 1928, Date of Entry: Jul 1901.

3 Hood River School Census 1933, District 2.

4 Reprinted by Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society, Directory, Oregon-Washington Telephone Company, Hood River, Oregon January 1st, 1919.

5 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 194B Center.

6 Hood River School Census 1940, District 2.

7 Roy Higashi, Japanese-Americans of the Mid-Columbia Area and Their Relatives.

8 Oregon Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census: Japanese Population in Oregon - October 1, 1928, Date of Entry: Apr 1911.

9 National Archives: Japanese American Internment Files, http://www.archives.gov/aad/.

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11 Hood River News Obituary, 14 May 2005.

12 Hood River County Historical Society, History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1982, page 235, 381.

13 United States Census, 1880, Wasco County, Oregon, Hood River, page 260C.

14 United States Census, 1900, Wasco County, Oregon, South Hood River, page 95A.

15 History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1987, page 284, 285, 286, 287.

16 History of Early Pioneer Families of Hood River, Oregon, compiled by Mrs. Della M. Coon, Volume 3, page 140, 141.

17 Land Patent Details - BLM GLO Records, http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, 5/25/1883.

18 Hood River Glacier, 14 January 1904.

19 History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1987, page 285, 286.

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25 Hood River County Historical Society, History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1982, page 381.

26 History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1987, page 286.

27 Hood River County Historical Society, History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1982, page 235.

28 Heritage Quest, United States Census, 1910, Hood River County, Oregon, page 302B.

29 History of Early Pioneer Families of Hood River, Oregon, compiled by Mrs. Della M. Coon, Volume 2, page 13, Volume 3, page 139, 140.

30 United States Census, 1920, Hood River County, Oregon, East Precinct, page 117A.

31 Ancestry Message Boards, Hood River County, Oregon.

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33 Other Sources, Marriage records taken from files of the Weekly mountaineer and Times-mountaineer,1865-1891.

34 History of the Columbia River Valley, from The Dalles to the Sea, by Fred Lockley, Vol. I, page 917.

35 Hood River Glacier newspaper obituary, 14 January 1904.

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37 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 222A North Precinct.

38 Columbia Gorge Genealogy Society, Hood River County Cemeteries, Frankton Cemetery.

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40 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 218A North Precinct.

41 Land Patent Details - BLM GLO Records, http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, SWSE Section 27, Twp 3N, Range 10E.

42 History of Hood River County, Oregon 1852 - 1987, page 287.

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49 Hood River School Census 1940, District 13.

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51 E-mail Message, "sharper" <sharper@fbx.com>.

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55 United States Census, 1930, Hood River County, Oregon, 253B Odell Precinct.

56 World War II Enlistment Records from NARA, Residence County: Hood River, Oregon, http://aad.archives.gov/aad/.


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