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Joseph TRIMBLE, s/o James TRIMBLE & Sarah HINTON
Posted by: Diana Gale Matthiesen (ID *****0513) Date: January 20, 2008 at 13:24:19
In Reply to: Re: John Robards WILLIS, b. 1824, Sullivan Co by Allan Griffith of 541

Joseph TRIMBLE is my 3rd-great-grandfather. His parents were James TRIMBLE & Sarah HINTON. As far as I know, Joseph's siblings were William James, Thomas, Elizabeth, Mary, Edward, Margaret, Eleanor, Rachel, and James. What I have on this family is online at my web site in the form of linked family group sheets, which you can hook into from Joseph's page:

http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/FGS/Tr/TrimbleJoseph-CatherineCarrico.shtml

In the 1830 census of Sullivan Co., IN (p. 174), Joseph TRIMBLE is listed next to John COWHORN ( 30-40). I would take him to be the John William COWDEN who married first Mary TRIMBLE and second Rebecca RICHEY, except the one in the census is too young -- yet he's too old to be the John COWDEN who later married Sarah CARRICO. I don't know who this John COWHORN/COWDEN is, unless the enumerator made a gross error about his age, and he really is John William COWDEN.

The Mary TRIMBLE who married John William COWDEN is, as far as I know, Joseph's aunt, that is, sister of his father, James.


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