|Birth: ||Aug., 1851|
In the 1920 U.S. Census, widow Matilda Smith, 65, born Maine, father born Ireland, mother born Canada, was living in Boston, Mass. with sister Laura Trimble, 60, born Maine; nephew Francis C. Locke, 29, and niece Louisa Locke, 24, both born in Mass, both had father born Vermont and mother born Maine; and lodgers Margaret Martin,40, born Mass.; Bertha White, 46, born Mass.; Sarah McIntyre, 48, born Canada; Leroy F. Judkins, 21, born Vermont; Florence Jones, 38, born N.H.; and Harry Murlish, 41, born Canada.
In the 1910 U.S. Census, Laura J. Trimble, 53, born Maine, father born Canada, mother born Ireland, was living in Boston, Mass. with lodgers Matilda Smith, 39 (sic0, born Maine, father born Maine, mother born Mass., married ; and other lodgers Joseph E. Wood, 62, born Mass.; Oscar L. Schultz, 47, born Germany; Catherine F. Schultz, 37, born Mass; Jacob W. Knight, 40, born Mass.; and Emma L., 37, born N.J.; Willard A., 16; and Helen E., 15, both born in N.Y.
In the 1900 U.S. Census, medicine (?) salesman George O. Smith, 28, born June 1872 in Conn., father born N.Y, mother born Mass. was living in Haverhill, Mass. with Lillie E., 42, born August 1858 in Maine, parents born Maine; and lodgers shoe factory packer Charles J. Brown, 27, born January 1873 in Mass., parents born Mass., married one year; Maud Brown, 19, born July 1881, born Mass, parents born Canada, married one year; and paper ox maker Cora Winslow, 35, born December 1865 in Mass., parents born Mass.
The couple had been married for one year, and Lillie had borne no children.
George O. Smith, 26, born in Staffordville, Conn. married 41-year-old Matilda C. Trimble, born in South Robbinston, on June 10, 1899, in Haverhill, Mass. He was the son of Orlando Smith and Emily Davis, and she was the daughter of William Trimble and Elizabeth M. Mccready.
George was a shoemaker in Staffordville, and Matilda was a mill "Oper" in Robbinston. It was the first marriage for both.
In the 1880 U.S. Census, farmer William Tremble, 69, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Eliza, 65, born Ireland, parents born Ireland; farmer Joshua, 45; daughter Effie, 23, born Maine, married; son seaman Thomas, 34, born Canada, married; Rebecca B., 45; cotton factory worker Matilda, 24; cotton factory worker Laura, 23; dressmaker Lillie, 21; and seaman Henry, 25, all born in Maine; grandchildren E. Everett, 7; Clara, 3; and Ruth, 2, all born in Maine, parents born Maine.
In the 1870 U.S. Census, farm laborer William Trimble 59, born Ireland, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Elizabeth, 55, born Ireland, farm laborer Joshua B., 33; mariner Thomas, 24; Henry W., 16; Laura J., 14; and Lillie, 11, all born in Maine; and Mary, 88, born Ireland.
In the 1860 U.S. Census William Trimble, 49, born Ireland, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Elisabeth, 46, born Ireland; Joshua, 23; Sarah, 16; Thomas, 14; Margaret, 11; Matilda, 8; William H., 6; Laura, 4; and Clara L. 1,, all born Maine
William Trimble (1812 - 1890)
Elizabeth McCready Trimble (1815 - 1895)
Rebecca B Trimble (1832 - 1909)*
Joshua B. Trimble (1838 - 1913)*
Sarah M. Trimble Hinton (1845 - ____)*
Matilda C. Trimble Smith (1851 - 1920)
Laura J. Trimble (1857 - 1930)*
Created by: SusanE
Record added: Sep 17, 2013
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