|Birth: ||Oct. 1, 1844|
|Death: ||Jan. 8, 1925|
Phoebe crossed the plains from Iowa with her parents by ox team to California in 1854 , they spent two years in California mining for gold, they arrived in Oregon in 1856. Phoebe was a member of the Methodist Church, but became a firm believer in Creedless Christianity.
Phoebe was only 15 years old when she married my great grandfather, Isaac Lee Boyle, they were the first couple married in Canyonville.
Phoebe came from a family of 11 children, her twin sister Sarah Jane Thrush married Richard Crow.
She was a woman of firm beliefs. One might say tough minded and steadfast,passing these traits on to her daughter and my grandmother Ida. .
July 17, 1909 ( Thursday )
Constable Bayless went to Days Creek Thursday and arrested Phoebe Boyles and daughter Ida on complaint of Fern Basseler, who charges them with assault.Trail Monday.1:P.M.
Hmm!! I wonder what this was about?? Those Thrush/Boyle women!
Research by JMB
John Thrush (1819 - 1890)
Elizabeth Trimble Thrush (1821 - 1899)
Isaac Lee Boyle (1818 - 1905)
Joseph Lane Boyle (1861 - 1921)*
Emma F. Boyle Evans (1862 - 1953)*
Isaac "Lee" Boyle (1864 - 1905)*
James R Boyle (1867 - 1891)*
Walter Howard Boyle (1870 - 1945)*
Thomas Jefferson Davis Boyle (1873 - 1961)*
Ida Mae Boyle Montgomery (1883 - 1973)*
Phoebe Thrush Boyle (1844 - 1925)
Sarah Jane Thrush Crow (1844 - 1936)*
Clementina Thrush McCue (1845 - 1902)*
Rhoda Annis Thrush Russell (1849 - 1923)*
Rosa Ann Thrush Russell (1851 - 1944)*
Susan Ann Thrush Blundell (1853 - 1920)*
Elizabeth Thrush Danielson (1855 - 1923)*
Lydia Margaret Thrush Hultin (1857 - 1938)*
Created by: Juliane Montgomery Burba...
Record added: May 25, 2010
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