“Oregon City Enterprise” Newspaper, February 22nd, 1901.
Mrs. Cynthia ALBRIGHT Dead -- This lady was born in Wayne County, Illinois, in 1821. She grew to womanhood and married John L. MANN, in that state, and in 1852, they, with a company of others, started with ox-teams, to cross the plains to Oregon. They had a perilous and tiresome journey. Indians were numerous and hostile and the caravan was in constant danger from raids. On the journey Mr. MANN took sick with choleras and died, leaving his widow to continue the journey with her companions. Mrs. Mann settled in Oregon near this place and in 1863 she became the wife of Charles Albright. Two children were born to this union. Councilman Charles ALBRIGHT, of this city, and a daughter, Clara who is married and lives in California. Charles ALBRIGHT Sr. died in 1888. Mrs. ALBRIGHT was a woman of unusual strength of character and possessed many loveable characteristics. She was the kind of woman the pioneer mothers of this country should have been, and many of them were. She died in Portland last Saturday at the good old age of 76 years. Her remains were brought to his city Monday and interred in the Mountain View Cemetery. Her old time friends and neighbors acted as her pallbearers. Director of the funeral was R. L. Holman.
The “Morning Oregonian” Newspaper, September 3rd, 1930.
Oregon City, Oregon, September 3rd, 1930
Funeral Services for James Mann pioneer of 1852, and a resident of Oregon City for many years, will be held Friday afternoon from the Holman and Pace Mortuary with interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. MANN died in Portland last night. He was born in Springfield, Illinois, December 3rd, 1842, and crossed the plains with his parents in 1852. He is survived by four children, Charles and William MANN and Hattie EDWARDS of Oregon City, and Mrs. C.E. TEEPLE of Portland, and by two grandchildren, Cecil EMERT of Portland and Melvin MANN of Oregon City. A stepson, Walter MANN, lives here.
Oregon City Enterprise” Newspaper, September 3rd, 1930.
James MANN Succumbs, 2 Sep 1930-End comes at Hospital in Portland.
James MANN 86, Resident of Clackamas Heights for more than 35 years, passed away at Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland, Tuesday afternoon, after illness of several weeks. He was a native of Illinois. Surviving are two Sons, Charles A. and William, of Clackamas Height and two daughters, Mrs. Hattie EDWARDS of Clackamas Height, and Mrs. Emma TEEPLE of Portland. The Body was taken to the Holmans and Pace Mortuary.
The “Morning Enterprise” Newspaper, Tuesday July 8th, 1924
Sarah GAMMILL Rites today.
Former Resident of Oregon City & relative of local people to be buried. The funeral service of the late Mrs. Sarah GAMMILL of Portland, will be held from the Finley Chapel in Portland this afternoon at 2:30 PM. Interment in the family lot at Mt. View Cemetery, Oregon City, Oregon.
Mrs. GAMMILL who was the mother of Mrs. E.P. ELLIOTT, of this city, made her home here for many years. Her Husband, the late Robert GAMMILL was a well-known Steamboat Captain of the Columbia & Upper Willamette Rivers. Mrs. GAMMILL was born in Springfield, Ill, Sep 17, 1845 and crossed the plains by ox team with her parents in 1852. After making her home in Oregon City for many years, she took up residence in Portland, Oregon. The following children survive her: John GAMMILL & Mrs. Inis ZANIKEL of Portland & Mrs. E. P. ELLIOTT of this City. She also leaves 2 brothers, James MANN, a pioneer resident of this city & Henry MANN of Grants Pass, Oregon. She left 8 Grandchildren & 4 Great- Grandchildren. The Grandchildren are: Mrs. Walter L.A. JOHNSON, 415 Tenth St., Portland, Oregon, Mrs. L.C. LIVERMORE, Chester, Guy, Merle, Walter, Raymond and Ruth ELLIOTT.
“Oregon Argus” Newspaper, June 21st, 1856, Vol. II, No. 10, P. 2, Col. 1.
"On last Lord's day morning William. MANN, a lad of about 19 years of age, fell into the river just below the Falls, on the Linn City side whilst engaged in fishing, and was of course drowned. On the day previous, the body of Mr. WHITTEN, who was drowned at the same place a week before was recovered. Widow Mann, in the untimely death of her son has been deprived of her principal means of support, and we hope all our good citizens will contribute their mite towards relieving her wants. We have but few poor among us, and the little we are called upon to contribute in this way will make us no poorer in this world or in that which is to come."
Clipping from unknown newspaper February, 1931
Michael J. died at his home at 7:30 AM, Feb. 5th 1931. Funeral took place Saturday afternoon at 2:00 PM, Feb. 7th, 1931. Michael had not done any active farming for some time on account of his advance years, but continued to live on his farm. His health had been failing for many months, and his passing was not unexpected. Michael J. Mann was willed the homestead when his Father, Jacob L. Mann died.
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