Josiah Lamberson Parrish

Reverend Josiah Lamberson Parrish (1806-1895) was an American missionary in Oregon Country and trustee of the Oregon Institute at its founding. A native of New York, he also participated in the Champoeg Meetings that led to the formation of the Provisional Government of Oregon in 1843. Parrish was married three times and was the first breeder of pure-bred sheep in Oregon.

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... Parrish became involved in a land dispute involving the authority of the laws from the Provisional Government with Daniel H ... Parrish would take the matter to court in a case that would make its way through the Oregon Supreme Court and to the United States Supreme Court in Lownsdale v ... Parrish, 62 U.S ...