County Road 144 - dating to 1865

Parrett Mountain Road - 60 ft. width - Parrett Mountain road runs along the peak of Parrett Mountain near the Clackamas County line about four miles east of Newberg. The mountain was named for the Parrett brothers who were born in England and settled in this area in 1853. They used the "o" spelling in their names. Later, generations, who investigated the origins of the Parrett name in England, found the "Parrett" spelling to be correct.

CRS 100 - complete CRS 100 road packet accepted 1/3/1866 in C.J. 3 page 554 - 60 ft. statutory. Some confusion in our records exists as to the CRS # assigned 150 years ago. CRS 79 as filed in Book 2 pages 36 and 37 - the original CRS # (100) was lined through over a century ago, and the # 79 written in it's place. These are the same survey, of Henry Parrett's to intersect the road from Oregon City at the Clackamas county line. This may have been done wholly or in part due to the fact that two CRS # 100's already existed. The official road survey records indicate the earlier spelling of Parrott.

CRS 293 - CRS 293 full road packet - accepted 7/9/1885 in C.J. 8 page 330 - Statutory 60 ft. wide

CRS 439 - CRS 439 full road packet accepted 5/8/1908 in C.J. 14 page 432 - surveyed 40 ft. wd.

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