||Alpheus Hyatt LANSDALE  |
||10 Mar 1816 [2, 3]
||Weston, Umatilla Co., Oregon
- aged 63, born in Maryland like both parents; farmer
||9 Mar 1895
||Lansdale Cemetery, Waitsburg, Walla Walla, Walla Walla Co., Washington 
- He and his brother patented about 260 acres of land, in 6 patents, in Lucas Co. Ohio in 1844; I don't know whether they were living there, or whether it was for family or an investment. Richard had patented land in Indiana in 1837.
He moved to Oregon, along with his brother Richard Hyatt. His brother was a Dr. and an Indian agent in Oregon, but Alpheus' name does not appear in historical records that I've seen, so he must have done much different work.
His name appears in the Richard Lansdale bible, but I cannot make out the date.
According to Interment.net, to find his grave "From Highway 12 turn North onto Taggart Road going 8/10 miles to the intersection of Taggart Road and Millrace Road. Turn left, West, going 1/10 mile to the intersection of Millrace Road and Whoopemup Hollow Road. The grave is visible on a knoll West of the intersection." [5, 6]
||Lansdales and Pitards
||26 Apr 2014 |
||Richard LANSDALE, b. Abt 1780, Montgomery Co., Maryland , d. 13 Aug 1821, Mechanicsburg, Champaign Co., Ohio (Age ~ 41 years) |
||Jamima HYATT, b. About 1782/4, Hyattsville, Prince George's Co., Maryland , d. 10 Sep 1822 (Age ~ 38 years) |
||22 Nov 1804
||Montgomery Co., Maryland [7, 8]
||Group Sheet | Family Chart