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Obituaries and Biographies of Pacific Northwest Galloways
Clyde M. Senger,
December 1, 2001,
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Francis P. Cox & Irene Galloway G-B 111 Spencer & Pollard 1937 History of Washington vol 3 p141 Francis P. Cox & Irene Galloway
Ada G. Galloway G-D 137 Seattle Times 21 Jan 1980 pc19 c6 notes
Ada G. Galloway age 78 (born ca 1902) mother of Maxine Benson of Zenith, 2 sisters, 3 grandchildren, I greatgrandchild, no services.
Albert R. Galloway G-D 141 War Veteran Olympia and Thurston County.Olympia Quarterly July 1992 (3):79 copy
Albert R. Galloway age 67 born 19 May 1897, died 5 Dec 1964, WW 1 vet interment Odd Fellows Cemetery
Alexander B. Galloway G-B 109 Seattle and Environs Pioneer Hist. Publ. 1924 vol 2 p 314-5
Alex B. Galloway G-D 126 on 106 Oregonian? 8 June 1937 (Tues) p11 Oregon Journal p 15
Alex B. Galloway 65 General salesmanager Oregon Pulp and Paper, died San francisco Sunday following a stroke. Wife Phyllis Ruth visiting relatives in Nebraska Son R. Lee of Hawley Pulp and Paper, sis Ida and Mrs. Ethyl Grinnell both of Los Angeles and 2 grandsons. Born Missouri educated Montana and Medford, in Seattle 14 years moved to Oregon P & P 1925 in S. E. To Salem 1928, to Portland 1929.
Alfred John Galloway G-D 119 Oregonian 19 April 1957 p29 c3 notes
Alfred John Galloway ae 79 years of Beaverton funeral services were Wednesday of 127 SW 3rd, Beaverton, Interment Cresent Grove resided 28 years, born Ontario Canada, married Margaret Schurman in 1909 Grafton ND, auto mechanic, survived by widow, son David, Beaverton, Lorne, Milwaukie, and Wesley, Salem, dau Mrs. Lois Johnson, Mrs. Harriet Golden, Mrs. Charlotte Rehwait, Portland. Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart, Long Creek, 20 grandchildren (see G-D 120 Margaret May Galloway)
Anne Campbell Galloway, Mrs. G-D 122 Oregonian 13 Feb 1947 p11 notes
Mrs. Anne Campbell Galloway, 81 res Oregon & St Johns 34 years, intered Rose City Cem., born Edinburgh, Scotland 3 Apr 1865, to US 63 years ago. m 23 Dec 1894 William Galloway who died Sept 1927 Fort Worth. Survivors 3 sons, a daughter & 2 grandchildren. Sons William E., Joseph C., John P., dau Harriet.
Bruce Alexander Galloway G-D 125 Oregonian? 30 Oct 1921 s1 p16
Bruce Alexander Galloway stepson Mayor Baker, only child of Mrs. Baker, son of late Robert, died accidental gunshot ae 19.
Bruce F. Galloway G-D 123 Oregonian 15 Aug 1933 p4 notes
Bruce F. Galloway of paper firm, born 20 Nov 1906, widow Marjorie and son Bruce. Parents Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Galloway, brother Robert Lee Galloway of Salem.
Caroline Galloway G-D 115 Oregonian 17 Sept 1926 p15 c1 notes
Caroline Galloway, Mrs. Scio Oregon? Sept 16 (special) Mrs. Galloway, for 33 years a resident of this community died at her home September 12 at the age of 77 years. She is survived by two ?, five sons, four daughters, ? grandchildren, and 3 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services held at the church in Shelburn Tuesday conducted by Rev. W. C. ? of Albany and burial was in Miller Cemetery in Shelburn.
Charles V. Galloway G-D 127 on 106 Oregon Journal 20 Feb1947 & 21 Feb p 11 notes
Charles V. Galloway , chair of Oregon State Tax Commission died today, born 6 Jan 1878 Bellevue, Yamhill Co., son of William Galloway. Married Alta B. Galloway who survives.
P 11 father of Elizabeth A. Galloway of McMinneville , brother of Zilpha of Fort Steilacoom.
Charles V. Galloway G-D 116 Oregonian? 21 Feb 1947 p 13 notes see also 22 Feb p6
Charles V. Galloway died Thursday (20 Feb) born Bellevuee Yamhill Co. 6 Jan 1878 Yamhill MCMinneville Coll. & U of O tax expert State Legislature 1902 at 24, 2 terms survivors widow, Daughter Elizabeth, sister Zilpha Galloway of Steilacoom Wash.
Charles V. Galloway G-B 101 Notes Dictated by Charles V. Galloway Sometime in the Early 1930s from? photocopy
Charles V. Galloway G-B 104 Willamette Valley Portrait and Biog Record p 601-2 Hon. Charles V. Galloway p
Charles Galloway G-B 113 Charles Galloway Timberland Trails 14(2) p32 & 40 Charles Galloway
Charles Galloway G-B 114 Oregon Donation Land Claims Vol 2 p 109 copy Charles Galloway
Charles Galloway G-B 108 Lang H. O. 1885 History of Willamette Valley p 764 Charles & William Galloway
Daryl C. Galloway G-D 124 Oregonian? 2 May 1957 s2 p6 c2 Daryl C. Galloway
Daryl C. Galloway to city treasurer bachelor lives with mother 1505 SE Flavel Portland
Earl R. Galloway G-D 117 Oregonian? 23 June 1946 p 15 notes Earl R. Galloway
Earl R. Galloway 1 Mon ae 61 Res. The Dalles, d Thur (Sun paper d 20) b 22 June 1885 Chalmers IN. to Oregon from Omaha 1933 service station and store The Dalles sur. Widow Mrs. Kathleen, son Robert Portland, 2 dau Mrs. Melborne Stricklett Portland & Mrs. James Dolan, The Dalles Christian Sci. I Lincoln Mem.
Emaline Elizabeth Galloway G-D 105 G-D 106 Oregon Journal? 12 Jan 1919 note and photocopy
Mrs. Emmaline Elizabeth wife of former Curcuit Judge William & mother of Charles V. died Salem 11 Jan. Leaves William & son Francis V., Dau Zelphie med. Student, sis Mrs. Addie Hendrix of Carlton & bro Clarence E. Baker of Newberg Born Adams Co. Wi Dec 1851 to OR with widowed mother 1865 with Thomas Bennett. Married 1875 funeral McMinnville. (notes)
Mrs. Galloway is buried
Rebekahs honor distinguished member
Late president of Woman's Relief
Author of Law Providing for Wives of Veterans
McMinnville, Or., Jan 18 (special) Mrs. Emaline Elizabeth Galloway, wife of Judge William Galloway, of Salem, died at her home in that city January 10 after an illness of several months. Burial was in the Masonic Cemetery at McMinnville. Funeral services were held in the undertaking parlors of W. T. Macy. Mrs. Ella J. Metzgar and J. H. Nelson sang. Services at the grave were conducted according to the ritual of the Rebekahs by Friendship Lodge No. 12. Mrs. Galloway has long been an active member of the Rebekah degree of Oddfellowship. She served one year as president of the state assembly. At her death she was a member of the board of directors of the Oddfellows' Home. Mrs. Galloway rendered distinguished services in the Woman's Relief Corps of Oregon, having served one year as state president. She is given credit as having been the author of the bill which was enacted into a law for the care of the wives of the old soldiers and for the custom of casting flowers on the waters in memory of the sailor dead on each Decoration day. She has been president also of the Salem Woman's Club. Mrs. Galloway was born in Adams County, Wisconsin, December 28 1851. Her ancestors fought in the Revolutionary War. With her mother, brother and sister she crossed the plains with an ox team in 1865, coming to Oregon with Thomas Bennett, father of Supreme Court Justice A. S. Bennett. She was a cousin of Justice Bennett. The family settled in Yamhill County, and Mrs. Galloway taught school for 10 years. She was married to William Galloway October 16 1875, and they lived on the farm near Bellevue. She is survived by two sons and a daughter - State Tax Commissioner Charles V. Galloway, District Attorney Francis V. Galloway, of the Dalles, now a Lieutenant in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps, and Miss Zilpha Galloway, a medical student of Portland. (photocopy)
Ethyl E. Galloway G-D 139 Seattle Times 4 Feb 1985 Mon C12 c3 notes see SS
Ethyl E. Galloway age 85, of Seattle d 1 Feb mother of June Marshall, 4 grandchildren 2 greatgrandchildren sister of Mildred Duckworth, services Tues. interment Forest Lawn, Cypress, CA on 5th
SS Ethel E. GALLOWAY b 4 APR 1899 WA d 1 FEB 1985 WA SS# 532-20-8178 #04481
@ 98168 Burien, King, WA & Riverton Heights Seatac Seattle Tukwila,
Eva V. Galloway G-D 143 Timber Trails (Yamhill Co. OR)17(4) April 1997 p104 notes
Eva V. Galloway #667, Newberg OR d 20 May 1911, 39y 3m 1d, born MO father ? Hanford M ?
Francis Galloway G-D 136 Idaho Gen. Soc. Quarterly 35:(2) Apr 1982 p66 Francis Galloway
Francis Galloway died at residence of his brother-in-law on Mann's Creek in Washington Co., Idaho age 45 years. Deceased was a brother of Hon. Thomas C. Galloway of this (Ada) County. 13 Mar 1886 16 Mar 1886
Francis V. Galloway G-B 105 Lockley Vol 3 Columbia River Valley p 880-2 Francis V. Galloway
Francis V. Galloway G-D 118 Oregonian? 11 Mar 1942 p14? Notes
Francis V. Galloway Wasco Co. ex District Attorney age 57, WW vet. Elk died Tues (10 Mar) widow Mildred, William of Portland former Reed, & Sam in high school The Dalles brother Charles V. sister Zelpha (sic) of Tillacum WA.
George Washington Galloway G-D 135 Oregonian 7 Jan-17 Feb 1904 13 Feb 1904 p12 c3 notice notes
George Washington Galloway age 80 (born ca 1824) of 435 Williams Ave. Portland, private services
Grace Jones Galloway G-D 128 on 106 Oregonian 2 June 1948 p 19 fn p6 notes
Grace Jones Galloway age 68 died 1 June, wife of Alex B. dau of E. K. Jones who with his father built Jones Lumber of Portland, late of Seaside, sis of Mrs. R. C. Zimmerman, Mrs. Lillian Riggers Marsh, Harvey W. Jones and late Paul Jones. Interment Greenwood Hills, Findlies Rose City.
Hazel Galloway G-D 102 Oregonian 7 Nov 1973 s3 p10 c3 photostat
Hazel A. Galloway, a retired teacher who lived in Milwaukie for the past three years, died Sunday in an Oregon City hospital. She was 69. (born about 1904) Mrs. Galloway taught for many years at Liberty School in Sweet Home before retirement. She was born Nov 24, 1903, in Markesan, Wis. She was a member of the Brush and Pallette Association of Gladstone. Survivors include sons, John of Portland and Dewaine of Long Beach Wash.; Sister Sara Anderson, Milwaukie; brothers S. S. Johnson, Baker, and E. M. Johnson, Rhododendron. Funeral will be at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in Church of Christ, Sweet Home, with burial in the IOOF Cemetery, Lebanon
Hester Ann Galloway G-D 110 Oregonian May 27 1920 (Thur) photocopy fn
Galloway - In this city, at her late residence, 5 East 24th street North, May 25, Hester Ann Galloway, aged 80 years, mother of W. S. H. Galloway of Missoula, Montana; A. B. Galloway of Seattle Wash.; Ida E. Galloway and Mrs. W. L. Grinnell, of this city, and the late Robert W. Galloway. The funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at 4 o'clock P. M. at the Portland Crematorium, 14th and Bybee sts. Friends invited. J. P. Finley & Sons. Directors. Please omit flowers.
Hester Ann Galloway G-D 111 ??? photocopy obit
Mrs. Hester Ann Galloway, widow of George Galloway, who died 16 years ago, passed away Tuesday at the family home, 5 East Twenty-fourth street North.
Mrs. Galloway was distantly connected with the late Judge William Galloway, Oregon Pioneer. She came to Oregon in 1890. She was born in Pennsylvania but lived all over the United States. She was 80 years old. The funeral will be held at the Portland Crematorium at 4 P. M. today.
Mrs. Galloway is survived by W. ? H. Galloway, Missoula, Mont.; A. H. Galloway, Seattle; Ida E. Galloway and Mrs. W. L. Grinnell, Portland.
J. T. Galloway G-D 112 Oregon Journal 2 Mar 1928 p20 photocopy news item J. T. Galloway
J. T. Galloway G-D 112 ? photocopy news item
Life of the Late Rev. J. T. Galloway Noted by Activity
The Rev. John T. Galloway, who died February 16 in his 89th year, resided for the past eight years preceding his death with his oldest son, M. E. Galloway, No. 233 East 82d street north.
He was born in Indiana November 20, 1839, and married in Kentucky in 1860 to Elizabeth Adams. Before the Civil War he served in the state malitia and then enlisted in the United States army for the first three months' call for volunteers issues by President Lincon.
In April 1863, he joined the company of his kinfolk on a wagon train to the West, and they had many exciting experiences and much hardship, finally arriving at La Grande November 15 of that same year. Within a fortnight he and his wife and a year-old baby were located on a homestead four miles north of La Grande. He worked in the shingle business, but the early the next spring went to the Willamette Valley, first locating near Silverton.
At various periods he lived near Dayton, in Buena Vista and Lewisville, and then for a period was in Eastern Oregon, finally settling near Heppner, where he engaged in farming and stock raising.
In 1888 he became an exhorter in the Methodist church, and later became an ordained minister. Feeling a call to the mission fields, he accepted opportunities open to him with the United Brethrern church and preached for many years, until death called his wife, January 12, 1912. He then gave up his ministerial work in Idaho and Washington and came to Portland to reside.
J. W. Galloway G-B 112 Defenbach, Bryon 1933 Idaho, the Place and its People. The Amer. Hist. Soc vol 2 p 59-60
John T. Galloway G-B 106 History of Union and Wallowa Counties Weston Pub Co. 1902 p340-1
Kenneth Galloway G-D 142 Bellingham Herald June 19 1998 obit pA5 c2 & fn C7 c6? original
Kenneth M. Galloway of Bellingham died Wednesday, June 17 1998, at St. Francis Nursing Home. He was 85.
A memorial service will be held later.
Born July 1, 1912, to Henry F. and Isabella Moyes Galloway in Chicago, he grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Mr. Galloway lived in St. Louis, Mo., and worked for McDonnell Aircraft there.
After serving in the U.S. .Army in the 1940s (1942), he returned to work at McDonnell Aircraft.
He married Genevieve Krallman Feb. 22 1947.
He retired in 1974 and moved to Bellingham (resided 23 years).
Survivors include his wife, sons Gregg Galloway (wife Carla gc Aaron, Scott, &Sean) of Sioux City, Iowa, and Gary Galloway (wife Jennie & gc Julie & Jack) of Wilmington, N. C., brother Norman Galloway of Bellingham and five grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham. WA 98225. Arrangements are by Jones-Moles Funeral Home.
Margaret May Galloway G-D 120 Oregonian 28 Sept 1971 notes
Margaret May Galloway 85 years Beaverton OR since 1928, intered Crescent Grove Cem. Died Monday 27 Sept born 10 Feb 1886 Grafton ND survivors sons David E. of Beaverton, W. Wesley of Salem, Lorne of Hood River, 4 daughters Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Leonard Golden, Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, Portland, Mrs. Dan Rehwait, Oakridge., 2 sisters Mrs. W. C. Wright and Mrs George Axelson, Beaverton 21 grandchildren 19 greatgrandchildren Pegg Paxton & Springer. (see Alfred John Galloway G-D 119)
Mary Galloway G-D 133 on 108Oregon Journal 29 Sept 1971 p10 c1 notes (see 120 Margaret) Mary Galloway,
Mary Galloway,Mrs Margaret May Galloway, age 85, resident since 1928, died Monday (Sept 27) born Grafton ND survivors sons David E. of Beaverton, Loren D. of Hood River W. Wesley of Salem, , 4 daughters Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Leonard Golden, Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, Portland, Mrs. Dan Rehwalt, Oakridge., ---brother James Shurman Alden & Wesley of Beaverton.
Michael B. Galloway G-D 113 Oregon Journal 2 July 1953 p9 photocopy obit Michael B. Galloway
Michael Bledsoe Galloway, 88, native of Oregon and a long-time resident of Portland, died last Thursday at Sweet Home.
Galloway was born near McMinnville, April 15, 1865. His parents, the Rev. and Mrs. John T. Galloway, had arrived over the Oregon Trail from Indiana in 1862. His mother, the former Elizabeth Adams, was a grandniece of President John Adams and was reared on a Kentucky plantation.
Galloway was a poineer photographer at Heppner and took scores of historic photographs of the Heppner flood of 50 years ago. He was a member of the Christian church. He never married. Survivors are his brother, John of Sweet Home, and a sister, Mrs. Estella Johnson of Portland.
Robert Galloway G-D 129 on 106 108c Oregonian? 21 Feb 1908 p12 notes
Robert Galloway dies Siera Madre, CA 20 Feb 1908 of TB interment Riverview ae 31. Born 1876 Muro Co. MO from Delaware Family Judge Galloway of 3rd Judicial District a distant nephew, 7 year old son Bruce.(see G-D 125)
Robert Homer Galloway G-D 134 on 108Oregon Journal 12 Apr 1940 s4 p1Oregonian? 13 Apr 1940 s3 c3 notes
Robert Homer Galloway, 33 (died at West Plains MO)? 10 April reported? By sister Mrs. Charles A. Bennett, born Oregon City 10 Jan 1907, worked on Sentinal Cottage Grove age 12, sur mother Sarah of Mountain View MO., 2 sisters Mrs. Marshall Dresser of North Bend
Robert M. Galloway Sr. G-D 130 on 108 (see 114) Oregonian? 4 Feb 1955 p15 obit 6 Feb (Sun) p 37 fn notes
Robert M. Galloway Sr.G-D 114 (see 130) Oregonian? 4 Feb 1955 p15 Oregon Journal 6 Feb 1955 p12A notes
Robert M. Galloway Sr. Age 42 7327 N. Wabash St. Thur (3 Feb) job Hyster widow Jane & son Robert Jr.
Robert M. Galloway Sr.age 42, died 3 Feb 1955, widow Mary Jane, son Robert Galloway Jr. Brother of Beth Stricklett, interment Mt. Calvary.
Sobel E. Galloway G-D 140 Seattle Times/PI Sun 6 May 1984 D56 c5 notes
Sobel E. Galloway beloved sister of Gale Ferris, Portland Oregon & Robert Ferris, Sun River, Oregon, retired cashier Seattle Branch Dept. of Revenue, Bleitz Fun. Home
T. W. Galloway G-D 103 Oregonian 7 Aug 1929 p 16 photostat obit Dr. T. W. Galloway
Dr. T. W. Galloway G-D 103 Oregonian 7 Aug 1929 p 16 photostat
Dr. T. W. Galloway dies
Authority on Hygiene Well Known in Portland Educational Circles.
Dr. Thomas Walton Galloway, known in Portland educational and scientific circles, died recently at Murray Hill sanitarium, New York city, following a month's illness, it was learned here today. Many of Dr. Galloway's books were used in parent study classes and in university courses in Portland. Dr. Galloway was 63 years of age. He is survived by his widow, Mary Armstrong Galloway: his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Woods, and his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Galloway. Friends who wish to join in sending expressions of sympathy to the family are invited to call the Oregon Social Hygiene society in the Oregon building, it has been announced by Homer A. Chamberlin, secretary.
Thomas C. Galloway G-D 109 Oregonian 11 June 1916 s1 p12 notes and photocopy
T. C. Galloway dies
Pioneer Packer Succumbs on His 78th Birthday
Curcuit Judge is Brother
Town of Weiser, Idaho, was founded, first Hotel Established, Built First Sawmill and Carried Supplies to Gold Fields
Thomas C. Galloway, pioneer of Oregon and Idaho, died June 6 at his home in Weiser, Idaho, on his 78th birthday. Mr. Galloway was a native of Wisconsin, crossing the plains with his family in 1852 and settling in Yamhill County, near Amity. He took advantage of the imperfect facilities of acquiring an education while working on his father's farm. He learned the printer's trade in the Catholic Sentinel office, then under the supervision of J. S. McCormick, one of Portland's pioneer publishers and merchants. While in Portland, he attended the Portland Academy, conducted by Rev. Mr. Kingsley, an early Methodist missionary. In 1860-61 he taught school in Yamhill County. In the Spring of 1862 he took a pack train of 11 animals loaded with provisions to the Cariboo gold mines in British Columbia, walking the entire distance and driving his pack animals. There he sold out, receiving $1 a pound for his flour and bacon.
Judge Galloway Accompanied.
In March, 1863, he fitted out another pack train of 30 horses and mules, taking with him his younger brother, now Judge William Galloway, of Salem, as bellboy (cook and leader of the bell or kitchen horse). He took his pack train up the south side of the Columbia River and was ten days reaching The Dalles from Portland. At The Dalles, he loaded on his pack animals the machinery for the first sawmill erected in Idaho. This mill was erected in the summer of 1863 in the Boise Basin on Grimes Creek, by a man names Butler, from Portland and from this mill was furnished the first lumber for the Boise Basin placer mines. For several years Mr. Galloway ran the pack train and freight wagons, taking provisions and supplies to the Idaho gold fields, loading at The Dalles and Umatilla landings, the then two important shipping points on the Upper Columbia River.
House became hotel.
In 1864 Mr. Galloway pre-empted 160 acres of the Weiser River Valley and built the first house on the site of what is now Weiser, which house was used as a hotel and stage station. He furnished meals for all travelers who came by stage, on foot or pony express, but his visitors slept in their own blankets on the dirt floor. In 1865, he founded the city of Weiser and erected the first frame building, paying $40 a thousand for the rough lumber and hauling it 100 miles. He planted the first grain and took the first threshing machine into Weiser Valley. He built the first irrigation ditch which now fertilizes 10,000 acres of the finest land in Idaho.
Terms served in Legislature.
For the protection of the settlers and to put down outlawry he took a prominent part in the organizing the Idaho volunteers and was captain of the Home Company for several years. This organization did much to bring to Idaho a higher class of citizens.
Thomas C. Galloway served two terms in the Territorial, and also two terms in the State Legislature and held many other prominent positions in the educational and material advancement of the state. He served in the Indian wars of '78 and '79 as Captain of Volunteers.
In 1868 Mr. Galloway married Mary Flournoy, or Boise City, who survives him. Of the union there were nine children: Anna G. Dickenson, Mary G. Butterfield, Frances H., Katherine Flournoy, Charles, Guy and J. W., of Weiser, Idaho, and Thomas C. Jr., of San Francisco. He leaves 31 grandchildren, his own death being the first in the family. By his request his body was creamated at the Portland Crematorium on June 3, most of his family being present.
Thomas F. Galloway G-B 115 Oregon Donation Land Claims Vol 2 p 14 copy Thomas F. Galloway
Thomas F. Galloway Oregonian? G-D 104 4 Aug 1917 Funeral Notices photostat
Galloway- At his residence 1481 East Davis street, August 2, Thomas F. Galloway, age 54 (born about 1863), husband of Mrs. Sarah E. Galloway, father of Mrs. J. F. Loughary, Mrs. Elmer Hiatt of Stanfield, Or.; Mrs. C. B. Baker of Jefferson, Or.; Edward T. and That F. Galloway, of this city, and Herbert Galloway, of Fort Casey, Wash. The funeral service will be held at the Conservatory chapel of F. S. Dunning, Inc. 414 East Alder street, at 2 P. M. today (Saturday). August 4. Friends invited. Interment at Rose City Cemetery.
Revolutionary War. With her mother, brother and sister she crossed the plains with an ox team in 1865, coming to Oregon with Thomas Bennett, father of Supreme Court Justice A. S. Bennett. She was a cousin of Justice Bennett. The family settled in Yamhill County, and Mrs. Galloway taught school for 10 years. She was married to William Galloway October 16 1875, and they lived on the farm near Bellevue. She is survived by two sons and a daughter - State Tax Commissioner Charles V. Galloway, District Attorney Francis V. Galloway, of the Dalles, now a Lieutenant in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps, and Miss Zilpha Galloway, a medical student of Portland. (photocopy)
Una F. Galloway, G-D 132 on 108 108b Oregonian? 10 Apr 1927 s1 p19 notes
Una F. Galloway, widow of William F. Galloway, pioneer of Tillamook died 9 April in fire near Sand Lake, daughter-in-law tried to rescue (on edge- unreadable)
William Galloway G-B 103 Portrait & Bio Record p1299-1300 Hon. William Galloway
William Galloway G-B 108 Lang H. O. 1885 History of Willamette Valley p 764 Charles & William Galloway
William Galloway G-B 110 Hines, Rev. H. K. 1893 History of Oregon p 650-1 Hon. William Galloway
William O. Galloway G-B 107 Gaston, J. 1912 The Centennial History of Oregon vol 8 p640-1 William O. Galloway
William Edwin Galloway G-D 131 on 108 Oregonian? 1 Nov 1972 p43 notes
William Edwin Galloway G-D 121 Oregonian 1 Nov 1972 p4 c5 notes
William Edwin Galloway Amer. Can Co. chief payroll retired ae 77 63 years Beaverton born 25 Oct 1895 Fort Worth TX WW1 retired 1969 wife Ruth L. son Rufus E. West Linn, Joseph & Baxter Portland, sis Harriet Portland & 4 grandchildren, intered Willamette National Cemetery Pegg ---
William Edwin Galloway died 31 Oct 1972 age 77 63 years Beaverton OR, born 25 Oct 1895 Fort Worth TX, wife Ruth L. son Rufus E. of West Linn, brother Joseph & Baxter of Portland, sister Harriet of Portland, 4 grandchildren, interment Willamette National.
William J. Galloway G-D 138 Seattle Times 20 Apr 1984 C16 c8 deaths notes William J. Galloway
William J. Galloway age 40 (born ca 1944) of Port Angeles, died April 15.
Zilpha Galloway G-B 102 McMinnville Daily News June 23 1954 p1 Zilpha Galloway Traces Family History
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