|Birth: ||Aug. 18, 1823|
|Death: ||Aug. 25, 1898|
James' first marriage was to Emily Armina Lee on March 16, 1851, in Clackamas County, Oregon. His second marriage was to Charlotte Crim Haws Harrison on March 13, 1861, in Salem, Oregon.
James served with the volunteers in the Cayuse War.
Death of James R. Leabo
Pioneer of 1846 passed away at a good Samaritan Hospital James R. Leabo, a pioneer of 1846, died or paralysis at Good Samaritan hospital at noon yesterday after an illness of even weeks. During all his sickness he was unconscious and to the last he was unable to recognize those of his family who gathered about his bedside. He was 75 years and 7 days old Mr Leabo was born in Tennessee August 18, 1823. He came to Oregon in 1846 and served with the volunteers in the Cayuse war. He lived in Yaquina bay for a year of two and settled in Clackamas county in 1851. He engaged in farming there until 1883, when he moved to Portland. Since then he resided in this city almost continuously. Mr. Leabo's wife and five children survive him. The Children are: S.B. Leabo, of Astoria Mrs A. H. Clift of Kakama; Mrs RH Mast of Bandon RL Leabo and Mrs. M Wilson of Portland. The Funeral will take place tomorrow morning where Mr.Leabo's late residence 690 Division Street East side. the pall bears will be members of the Indian War Veterans and Oregon Pioneer Association of which organization deceased was a member.
Noah Leabo (1789 - 1878)
Eunice Gillette Leabo (1796 - 1859)
Charlotte Hawes Leabo (1835 - 1914)
Isaac Leabo (1815 - 1899)*
John G. Leabo (1819 - 1864)*
Emily Leabo Tyler (1820 - 1876)*
James Roland Leabo (1823 - 1898)
Josiah J Leabo (1825 - 1904)*
Multnomah Park Cemetery
Created by: A.J. Marik
Record added: Oct 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22546642
Added: Nov. 21, 2013
We hope to visit your beautiful place of rest, great grand uncle.|
Added: May. 6, 2011