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Angus first came to Oregon with a friend in 1950. He loved the country, so he traveled back to Iowa to get his family. He rode on horseback through California, then by ship through the Isthmus, arriving home in 1851. Angus and other family members departed from Keokuk, Iowa, and arrived in Oregon in 1852. Agnus settled on a piece of land east of Scio, OR. He received his mail at a post office known as Santiam City. John Fenn & his family, which included Nancy, lived six miles west of Santiam City. Nancy was 15 when she married Angus. Angus taught school in Scio.
Kia ora Nathan,
Apologies for the delay in returning your email, I was away sick yesterday.
All I have heard is positive feedback from people that attended! Everyone was blown away by the hotel, in particular your support, flexibility and attention to detail. They were all very thankful and very impressed
From me, it was incredibly easy working with you getting everything sorted. I know there were lots of aspects and lots of detail that I covered off but I was very grateful that you answered ALL of my many emails with the level of detail and assurance I needed!
I have no doubt we will come back to The Rees in the future, I just hope that I am on the next trip.
When possible, please send me the final invoice and I will get this through our system as quickly as possible.