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lilliepad96 (#48008868)
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Lynn
Iolene Virginia Hannon Lillie
Thank you so very much for making the recent updates to Virginia's memorial. Your work for findagrave has now allowed her Hannon family to all be linked together.

Added by Lynn on Mar 12, 2015 9:17 AM

Linda and William S.
Lottie Trever
I have just done some researching & there was a Charlotte Elizabeth Trever (with same birth & death dates) & was born in New Castle, England & died at Brant, Calumet Co., WI (Portland Ce. is only a couple of miles west of Brant).
Also Lottie is short for Charlotte.
Also, there was mentioned that a Lottie Trever, in 1887 (when her son Ralph was born) was living in the city of Appleton as a domestic under the employ of a Daniel Jones.
Possibilities, etc.
You must decide.

Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 17, 2013 6:02 AM

Linda and William S.
Ralph B. Trever (Portland Cem.
We looked at every stone & I am sorry to say but there isn't any gravestones that says Trever. I wonder what ever happened to Ralph's father.

Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 17, 2013 5:34 AM

Linda and William S.
Ralph B. Trever (Portland Cem.
Besides taking a photo of Ralph B. Trever (if we find it), we'll also take one of his mother Lottie E. Trever at Portland Cemetery.

Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 15, 2013 7:30 PM

Paul Stache
Trever Photo Request
Hi!
I don't know if you are familiar with a book called Trever Treks, but there is a copy of it in the Lawrence University Library, in Appleton, Wisconsin. This book gives great detail about the lives of the Trever family and their journey from New Castle England, to Calumet County, Wisconsin. It also has photographs of the Trever family members. The only copy I have ever seen is at the library at Lawrence University. I think the reason it is there is because one of the Trever boys became a beloved and respected professor there. I used to be the president of Portland cemetery/historic site and ran across it back then.

Added by Paul Stache on Feb 23, 2013 8:42 PM

Michael Kearney
RE: Thank you!
I am very happy to have been of help.

Added by Michael Kearney on Jan 12, 2013 12:00 PM

Marilyn Birkby
RE: Thank you!
It was an honor.

Marilyn #47393995

Added by Marilyn Birkby on Dec 27, 2012 6:30 PM

 
 

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