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Amos Damon HYLANDAge: 67 years18371905

Name
Amos Damon HYLAND
Given names
Amos Damon
Surname
HYLAND
Birth February 11, 1837 32 32
Death of a paternal grandfatherAmasa HYLAND
May 22, 1844 (Age 7 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherPrudence WHITCOMB
July 22, 1851 (Age 14 years)
MarriageRachael Ann CROWView this family
June 21, 1858 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Harvey E HYLAND
about 1859 (Age 21 years)

Birth of a daughter
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Abigail Ada “Abbie” HYLAND
December 14, 1862 (Age 25 years)
Death of a motherAbigail “Nabby” DAMON
October 15, 1884 (Age 47 years)
Death of a fatherBenjamin F HYLAND Sr
July 20, 1890 (Age 53 years)
Occupation
Farmer
yes

Death January 19, 1905 (Age 67 years)
Burial about January 22, 1905 (3 days after death)
Cemetery: Hyland Cemetery

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Marriage: June 21, 1858Junction City, Oregon, USA
5 years
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-3 years
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Note

"LATE AMOS DAMON HYLAND HIGHLY RESPECTED PIONEER OF LANE COUNTY From a record of his life written some time ago the Register is privileged to copy the folloiwing with reference to the Amos D. Hyland. Amos Damon Hyland was born in Will couty, Illinois, February 11, 1837. In 1849 at 12 years of age he was converted and joined the church. In 1852 he crossed the plains by ox team and settled at Junction City. When 17 years of age he helped organi ze the first M. E. church in Lane county. This class was organized under Noah Starr's preaching. He was married to Rachael Ann Crow, June 21, 1858. Was the father of 14 children, 11 of whom are living. Six of the children joined the church after the family located at Lowell in 1874, and helped organize the first M. E. class at Lowell in 1881. The surviving children are: Mrs. A. A. McFarland of Ashland, Ore., N. G. Hyland of Eugene, Ore.; Mrs. E. E. McFarland of Lowell: Mrs. M.A. Ferguson of Mo scow, Idaho; Mrs. C.A. Warner of Lowell, Ore.; Mrs. C. B. Barbre of Butte, Mont,; Mrs. E. M. Poill of Mabel, Ore.; Ira D., Ernest E., Wilbur H. and Grace H. Hyland, all of Lowell, Ore. A. D. Hyland was one of the highly respected, honest and honorable pioneer settlers of Lane county, who, by his industry and integrity gained a competence far beyond the average, being accounted one of our wealthiest citizens. Monday his body wil l be laid to rest near the home, where he spent his best days as a good father, splendid neighbor and excellent citizen. His son, Grant Hyland, came in Saturday morning and made arrangements for the funeral. J. W. Kays will have charge of the funeral, and the friends who will arrive with the corpse who are E. E. Hyland, Wilbur Hyland, Ira Hyland, George H. Delp, Se el ey Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Albert McFarland, and also Geo. M. Hyland of Portland. Mrs. Annie Ferguson of Idaho and Mrs. Carrie Barbre of Montana, will accompany the remains to Lowell. Grant says his father was perfectly conscious up to the last. He fully realized that he was going to die and gave some excellent parting advice. He had the best of care and his only unsatisfied wish was that he could not be at home to die. Rev. Gregory of Springfield will conduct the funeral service, which wil l occur at 11 o'clock Monday morning." - Eugene Morning Register (OREGON), Sunday, January 22, 1905 (Sunday)

The following also appeared in newsprint: "AMOS HYLAND'S WILL IF FILED The Total Value of the Estate is $100,000 WILLED SAWMILL TO SONS They are Also Named as Executors Without Bonds--Leaves Family All Well Provided For. The will of the late A.D. Hyland of Lowell has been filed for probate and disposes of $100,000 worth of property to the following heirs: Mrs. R.A. Hyland, wife, of Lowell; Abbie A. McFarland, daughter, of Ashland; N.G. Hyland, Son, of Eugene; Emma McFarland, daughter, Minerva E. Ferguson, daughter, of Moscow, Idaho; Carre Barbre, daughter, of Lowell; Estelle M. Poill, daughter, of M arcola, Ira B. Hyland, son, Ernest E. Hyland, son, Wilbur Hyland, son, and Grace Hyland, daughter, all of Lowell. His sons N. Grant, Ira B., Ernest and Wilbut are appointed executors without bonds. Provisions of the will are as follows: All debts and funeral expenses to be paid. His son, N.G. Hyland, to have his right, title and interest in the Hyland Lumber company's property on the Mohawk. His sons, Ira D., Ernest E., and Wilbur H. Hyland, to have all of his extensive farming and timber lands. His daughters, Abbie A. McFarland, Celia Warner and Carrie Barbre, to have $500 each. His daughters, Emma E. McFarland and Minerva A. Ferguson, to have note No. 5. His daughters, Estella M. Poill and Grace Hyland to have note No. 6. His wife R.A. Hyland, and his son Ira D. Hyland to have No. 7. His wife to have all his household good, his carriage and gray team. His sons, Ira D. and Ernest Hyland, to have all his personal property, horses, cattle and everything else not disposed of by will or otherwise. His sons, Ernest and Wilbut Hyland to have Note No. 8. His daughter, Grace Hyland, to have his gold watch.

The will was drawn Feb. 19, 1904 in the presence of S. B. Eakin and T. G. Hendricks as witnesses. A codicil was added on July 12, 1904 which provides that the clause in the will bequeathing all the deceased's right, title and interest in the Hyla nd Lumber Co., property to N.G. Hyland be annulled and gives the property share and share alike to N.G., Ira D., Ernest E., and Wilbur Hyland. In addition to the $500 given to each of his daughter, Abbie McFarland, Celia Warner and Carrie Barbre. Abbie is given $3000 in addition, Celia $2000 and Carrie $2000. Amos Damon Hyland is buried at Lowell, Lane, OR.

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