Gary E. Aldrich, 73, a longtime Baker City resident, died Nov. 9, 2003, at St. Aiphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. His graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Haines Cemetery. Visitations will be until 7 o’clock tonight and from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at Coles Funeral Home, 1950 Place St. Mr. Aldrich was born Aug. 4, 1930, at Baker City. He was the son of Elvin “Dutch” and Mona Yankee Aldrich. He attended Muddy Creek School until 1947, when the school was closed. He then completed high school at North Powder. After graduating, he moved
Haines, Baker County, Oregon Elvin Aldrich Haines Native Died Jan. 30 Elvin Dutch Aldrich,79 of Haines/Rock Creek passed away Saturday, Jan.30 at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital. Mr. Aldrich was born May 16, 1902 in Bear Valley, Or., Grant Co. to Mr. and Mrs. Elery F. and Dessie E. Helmick-Aldrich. He attended schools in Bear Valley and came to the Rock Creek area at the age of 19. He married Mona Yankey in Baker, on May 23, 1929. They ranched together at Rock Creek for many years in which pet peacocks were a common sight on their ranch. He was the
Rock Creek, Baker County, Oregon Mona Aldrich Passes Aug. 17 Mona L.Aldrich age 78, of Haines, passed away Monday, August 17, 1987 at St. Elizabeth Health Care Center. Services for Mrs. Aldrich were conducted Thursday, August 20, 1987 at 1:00 p.m. at Gray’s West & Co. Pioneer Chapel. Clifford Cole officiated. Interment followed at the Haines Cemetery, Haines, Oregon. Mrs. Aldrich was born on July 9, 1909 in Haines, Oregon, to John W. and Hattie Hearing Yankey. She attended and graduated from the Muddy Creek School, married Elvin “Dutch” Aldrich in Baker on May 23, 1939; she enjoyed yard work,
Edna Aldrich Passes At Age 67 Funeral services for Edna L. Aldrich, Haines, Oregon, 67 years, a life time Baker County resident will be conducted at 2:00 pm Thursday, May 22, 1969 at Grays West and Co. Pioneer Chapel. The Rev. James H. Soden of the Calvary Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will follow at the Haines Cemetery. Mrs. Aldrich was born Oct. 8, 1901 at Haines, Oregon the daughter of John M. and Minnie Taylor Burnside. Her parents were pioneer residents of the Muddy Creek and Rock Creek areas. She attended schools at Muddy Creek and was married to
Whatever may be their origins in antiquity, the Cherokees are generally thought to be a Southeastern tribe, with roots in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, among other states, though many Cherokees are identified today with Oklahoma, to which they had been forcibly removed by treaty in the 1830s, or with the lands of the Eastern Band of Cherokees in western North Carolina. The largest of the so-called Five Civilized Tribes, which also included Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks, and Seminoles, the Cherokees were the first tribe to have a written language, and by 1820 they had even adopted a form of government
(I) George Aldrich was born in Derbyshire, England, about 1605. He married, in England, November 3, 1629, Katherine Seald, and came to New England in 1631 with his wife. She was born about 1610, according to her deposition made June 18, 1670, when she was sixty years old. He was a tailor by trade. He settled in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and belonged to the church there about 1636. He was admitted a freeman, December 7, 1636. In 1663 he was one of, the first seven persons to arrive in the township of Mendon, Massachusetts. He sold his land in Braintree to
(II) Jacob, son of George Aldrich, was born in Braintree, February 28, 1653. He settled in Mendon, and was a farmer there on the homestead all his life. He died October 22, 1695. He married, November 3, 1675, Huldah Thayer. Children, born at Mendon: Jacob, May 28, 1676, mentioned elsewhere; Abel, January 27, 1677; Seth, July 6, 1699; Huldah, 1680; Rachel, 1682, died young; Sarah, 1683; David, May 23, 1685; Peter, October 17, 1686; John, November 17, 1688; Moses, April 1, 1691 ; Mercy, February 17, 1692, died same year; Rachel, December 27, 1694.
(III) Jacob (2), son of Jacob (1) Aldrich, was born at Mendon, May z8, 1676, died about 1750. His will was dated May 5, 1748, and his property was divided August 23, 1753. He was a Quaker. He married Mary . Children: Jacob, his executor; Noah, mentioned elsewhere; Mary, married Israel Taft, of Upton; Hannah, married John Harwood; Experience, married Benjamin Craging; Margery, married Ichabod Amidon, of Mendon; Bethia, married Abraham Fletcher, of Mendon.
(IV) Noah, son of Jacob (2) Aldrich, was born in Mendon about 1720. He deeded lands in Mendon in 1772. He appears to have moved soon afterward to New Salem, Massachusetts, of which he was a soldier in the revolution in 1775 in Captain John King’s company, Colonel Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge’s regiment. In 1790, according to the first federal census, he was living in Adams, Berkshire county, Massachusetts, and had one son over sixteen and four females -in his family. He married Rachel
(V) Nathan, son of Noah Aldrich, was born about 1760-65, probably in Mendon. In 1789 he was living with his father in Adams and came to the town of Victor, Ontario county, New York, among the first settlers. He sowed the first wheat sowed in that town, and after preparing his home returned to his old home in the Berkshires. In the spring of 1790 he came with his family and later he built the first frame house in Victor. He had sons: John, born in Victor, October 30, 1790, married Leonora Aldrich, formerly of Massachusetts; Willis, mentioned elsewhere.