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  • Name: John Daniel BOONE
  • Given Name: John Daniel
  • Surname: Boone
  • Sex: U
  • Birth: Jan 8, 1817 in Muskingum County, Ohio
  • Death: July 17, 1864 in Salem Oregon
  • Note:
    Oregons last Territorial Tresurer and first State Treasurer. Built Boon's Treasurery in Salem Oregon, Longest standing brick building.

    632 HISTORY OF WILLAlIiETTE VALLEY.

    BOON, J. D. Born and reared in Ohio; then came to Oregon and settled in the Willamette Valley, where he farmed for some time, after which he went into the mercantile business in Salem, and carried it on for several years. Was elected to a territorial office, and when Oregon became a State, was chosen the first State Treasurer. Married Miss Martha J. Hawkins, by whom he had seven children.




    Father: John Linville BOONE b: 1769 in Bear Creek, Rowan County, NC
    Mother: Mary Polly MORRIS b: Aug 2, 1772 in VA

    Marriage 1 Martha Jane HAWKINS b: May 11, 1823 in Kentucky
    • Married: Jan 6, 1840 in Lee County, Iowa
    Children
    1. Has Children John Lee BOONE b: Aug 5, 1843 in Mt. Pleasant, Lee County, Iowa
    2. Has Children Henry Daniel BOONE b: 1840 in Ohio
    3. Has Children Melinda Emty BOONE b: September 10, 1845 in Oregon
    4. Has No Children Amanda Lave BOONE b: 1847 in Oregon
    5. Has Children William Riley BOONE b: 1851
    6. Has Children Ella M. BOONE
    7. Has No Children Byron Frederick BOONE

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