Steve Yancey and Edmond Yancey
of Prineville and Cottage Grove, OR respectively

[See Also - Jesse P Yancey Family Photos]

"One of the oldest residents of Cottage Grove, E.H. Yancey observed his 92nd birthday anniversary on Sunday, July 20, 1947, when a large group of his children and other relatives and a few friends gathered at the city park to celebrate the occasion with him.

Mr. Yancey came to Cottage Grove, Oregon at the age of 11 with his parents, who spent the winter at Creswell and emigrated to Nevada in 1866, where he married Rachel Rhodes. Two children, Ella and Ivan, were born to this union in Nevada. They came to Prineville, Oregon in 1880, where four more children, Ida, Frank, Ethel and Carl, were born. In 1888 they came over the McKenzie pass by covered wagon and settled near Cottage Grove. Here two more children, Irvin and Hester, were born.

"The Yanceys lived in this vicinity most of the time since. He packed supplies by horseback into the Bohemia mines in 1898 and helped build the first wagon road into the mines. He is now making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Ida Garoutte, In Cottage Grove, and reports excellent health" (Taken from Cottage Grove paper, The Sentinel).



Ivan son of Edmond Yancey














Harold Yancey holding Hazel Haroldine, Frank Green, Hazel,  Al Yancey and Rebecca Green.


Carl and his wife Bonifay, Veril and her husband Harold Yancey, Lucille and her husband Wesley Yancey and Beverly and her husband Wayne.

(L-R) Haroldine, Lucile and Wesley,  Beverly and Wayne behind her, Edith, Veril and Frank Yancey. 
 The small children in front are Alice and Daniel, Harold's children.