Sampson Hunsaker is from Illinois.
1900 US Census for Douglas County, Oregon, Myrtle Creek Precinct, Myrtle Creek City, ED 57, Page 142 (2A), 33/33
S. K. Hunsaker, Head, Apr 1833, 67, M45, IL, KY, KY, Farmer
Caroline, Wife, Apr 1841, 59, M45, 0, 0, IN, IN, IN
1880 US Census for Douglas County, Oregon, Myrtle Creek Precinct, ED 42, Page 498B (2B), 21/22
S. K. Hunsaker, 48, Husband, None, IL, TN, KY,
Caroline, 38, Wife, Keeping home, IN, "Can't tell"
There are Strongs in Myrtle Creek in 1900
Elisha (Head), Emma (ife), Vernon (Son), Vergie (Dau) Page 141A (1A)
Ellice (Head, female), Florence (Dau) on page 141B (1B)
J.D. (Head), Clara B. (Wife), Ora A. (Dau), Harry V. (Son), Milo S. (Son) on page 141B (1B)
and Roseburg in 1900
Byron (Head), Addie (Wife), Earl (Son), Gladys (Dau), 234A (7A)
I don't have any info on their relationships.
The Joseph Hunsaker I can find in Oregon is as follows:
1880 US Census for Wasco County, Oregon, Prineville Precinct, ED 125, Page 292A (1A), 4/6
Joseph Hunsaker, 53, Husband, Druggist, IL, TN, ---
Elizabeth, 47, Wife, IL, KY, KY
Mat(?), 24, Dau, OR, IL, IL
Ida, 20, Dau, OR, IL, IL
John, 19, Son, OR, IL, IL
John B., wife Elizabeth, and son John are on page 7B of the 1900 census.Interestingly, there isn't any census data for them (not home and asked the neighbors?).
Good hunting, Frank