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Re: Trembley family from Greenville
Posted by: Shelley (ID *****5676) Date: July 24, 2010 at 10:18:00
In Reply to: Re: Trembley family from Greenville by Deborah (Pelletier) Tajmajer of 318

Dear Deborah,

I do believe that "Pat" is actually Clifford Sr.

My grandma (Lurline's daughter) is still living and says there is kind of a mystery as to who the parents of the children are. Census information has the children listed as "Pratts" in 1910. They are listed as Trembly, and Bishop during other years. I also found out that Elizabeth Trembley was adopted by the Trembley family.


I could never find info on "Pat", so I assume that Clifford is the correct name for the brother. I've included Clifford's marriage and census information that shows Clifford Jr. You probably have this info:

Maine Marriages:

Groom's Name: Trembly Clifford E.

Groom's Residence: Greenville, ME

Bride's Name: Gagnon Yvonne

Bride's Residence: Chesuncook

Marriage Date: 16 May 1928


1930: Greenville, Piscataquis Co., Maine
VISIT# 162:
Clifford E. Trembley (head) 31 ME>ME>ME Lineman/Telephone Co.
Age @ 1st Marriage/29
Rents Home/$11.00
WW Veteran
Yvonne Trembley (wife) 20 MA>CAN>CAN
Age @ 1st Marriage/18
Clifford Trembley Jr. (son) 1 & 3/12 ME>ME>MA

Please email me at slybury@aol.com
I would be very interested in emailing/talking with you :) !!!!

Shelley



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