Wiillam Batterson - Pioneer

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Wiillam Batterson - Pioneer

Subject

Article

Description

The bibliography of William Batterson tells of one of the first settlers on Neahkahnie Mountain. He came by boat from Eureka, Caliifornia and settled in the vicinity of the old golf course on the mountain. He ran cattle and pigs there,. He kept the mountain burned off. William was one of the first school teachers, teaching in a log school house in 1882, across from the present Bunk House Restaurant & Motel. He also married people, was a notary and judge, etc. He married W. K . Scovel and also Bill Schovel's parents.

William Batterson was Wes Batterson's Grandfather.

Wes's father Samuel M. Batterson was taught by his father at the school house.

Samuel's brother, Orson died of typhoid fever at seventeen. Both father and son are buried on the mountain.

Creator

Wesley M. Batterson

Contributor

Wes Batterson

Format

8 1/2 x 11" paper

Identifier

Omeka: 472
NVHS Accession: 2011.105.1
Physical Location: Box C, Folder 2 (on display)

Citation

Wesley M. Batterson, “Wiillam Batterson - Pioneer,” Nehalem Valley Historical Society Online Archive, accessed January 21, 2022, https://nehalemvalleyhistory.org/omeka/items/show/472.

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