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Penobscot Indians from Greenville- Tremley
Posted by: Shelley (ID *****5676) Date: August 13, 2010 at 11:16:27
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Is there anyone that knows the history of the Penobscot tribe in Greenville, ME and there being keeping records of children/grandchildren during 1990- 1910?

My great-great grandmother Sarah Elizabeth Tremley was shown on a 1900 census as "married for 6 years", but no spouse listed. There are children listed as Hattie Tremley b. 1895, Lurline Tremley b. 1897, Clifford Tremly b. 1899. Father is listed as UNK (Unknown). S. Elizabeth is enumerated in the same household with her adoptived parents- Henry Tremley (head) b. 1841 CAN and Alwida Tremley b. 1875 ME. Clara Mitchell b. 1818 (mother-in_law) is also listed in this census.

There is rumor that the father of the children was a Penobscot Indian-- try to prove or disprove with someone who is knows about the Indian history/records in that area.

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