Jesse Pratt Yancey Family Photos


Jesse P & Susannah Hagler Yancey
Jesse - the son of Hiram John Yancey & Elizabeth Pratt

Jesse & Susannah the parents of:
Edmond, Jesse P Jr, James, Susannah, Hannah, Louisa J., Stephen W., Mary V., Rachel, Dell, and Alfred Yancey



[See Also - more Steve & Edmond Yancey Family Bios and Photos]

Jesse P Yancey Jr.

Jesse Pratt Yancey, Jr. born September 5 1857 in Carson City, Nevada. He was the son of Jesse Pratt Yancey, Sr.
 who came west in 1853. He moved to Prineville in 1880 where he engaged in the ranching and stock business,
in partnership with his brother Steve. He also operated a horse team freight business from The Dalles to Prineville.
Together they freighted the first equipment for the Prineville Power Plant. Jesse lived on a ranch where the
 Ochoco Lake now stands. His ranch house and barn were located just east of the the dam. Jesse married Celia Foren
October 10 1883. She was the niece of Dave Prine who started the City of Prineville. They had four children,
Cecil Roy, Jesse Lloyd, William Warren and Ruth Louisa. Cecil died in 1904 at years of age ??
from an accidental handgun accident. He was not married. Jesse Lloyd married Irene Cascade
Fuller (Aunt Rene). He died in July 1963. Ruth married Luther Barney.
They had three children, M____on, Robert and Mary Ellen.


William Warren Yancey

William Warren "Slim" Yancey, born in 1894 in Lathrop, California while his mother and father were on vacation. Warren worked for his father in the ranching business until he joined the army in 1918. He served in France as an _____man in the Army Air Corps during World War I. After the war he returned to Prineville [by way ?] of the Prineville Railroad from Redmond and was the first paying passenger on this railway.

He was appointed Prineville Marshall and served as deputy Sheriff of Crook County for his uncle Steve Yancey. Warren joined the Oregon State Highway Patrol in 1927 and became became a charter member of the Oregon [State?] Police. He served with the State Police ______ when he was promoted to Captain and ___ the Eastern Dsstrict at Baker. In 1939 he returned to Prineville where he engaged in ranching on his ranch on Upper Mill Creek surrounded between the Harry Neal Place and the ___erford ranch. He moved to Portland during World War II where he retired from Hyster Company in 1958.

William Warren Yancey married Helen Ruth in 1927, she was the daughter of William & Mary Hardy of Salem. She was a teacher at the School in Prineville. She is a graduate of Williamette University and now resides at her home in Portland. Warren died in August 1980. They had four children, Raymond, Delbert Warren, Helen Lucille and Alice Ann. Raymond died at brth.

Delbert Warren married Gloria Pariseau, they have two children, Lonnie and Donna. Warren served over twenty years in the army participating in the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. He retired as a Sergeant Major. He is currently a businessman in Portland. Lonnie married June Trizzino, they have four children, [Eric?], Erin, Donald and Alexander. Lonnie served in the army during the Vietnam conflict and is currently an executive with the Army Air Force exchange in Michigan. Donna married Dan ______ and they have no children. She is currently working for her father in Portland.

Helen Lucille Yancey married Franklin (Pat) ______. They live in Portland and have four children: Mark, Mary, Matthew and Malinda. Helen is a housewife. Pat and their sons, Mark and Matthew are very active with the Boy Scouts. Both are Eagle Scouts. Mark is a graduate architect. He married Sherry Keeton. Mary is attending Willamette University, Matt and Malinda are attending High School in Portland. Alice Ann Yancey graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland. She is a registered nurse. Alice Ann is not married and is currently nursing in Bellingham, Washington.



Edmond & Steve Yancey


Dell, Rachel, and May Yancey

John Hanson and wife Rachel

Dell Allen Yancey

Al Yancey


Team of Horses of Jesse Yancey


Jesse & Susannah Yancey