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Re: TREZISE FAMILY INQUIRY
Posted by: T Sheldon (ID *****9674) Date: October 13, 2003 at 10:37:11
In Reply to: TREZISE FAMILY INQUIRY by Harmon Orsborn of 109

In making a brief lookup on your surname I came up with a photo of four people on the beach in Tokeland in c. 1912. This photo identifies Blanche Trezise, Dolly Hulling, Anna Landingham, Edith Tanner, Irene Bradford, Edna Quina, Mary Hunt, Egbert Shrader, Pete Ostman, Ray Bradford, Bill Landingham, Trevor Bullard and Gladys Butts as all belonging to the 'Gang Club'. [Most likely a group of young people who ran around together. Their description was "young, active, intelligent, and ready to go when the gong sounded at week's end".]

Marriage records reflect Blanche's application of marriage to Frank C. McMONAGLE (21y, of Raymond) during her 18th year. Her mother was the affiant of 23 Nov 1912.

In the same records, Roy William Trezise, of Raymond, promised his faithfulness to Isabel Eichner, of South Bend, on 15 Aug 1921. Mrs. Ella Eichner was the affiant. [Isabel Trezise died at the age of 91y, in Raymond, on 26 Sep 1988 (cert #024456).]

Death records state that William Trezise died 14 Nov 1944 in Pacific Co, at the age of 80y.

Roy W. Trezise died in Bremerton, Kitsap Co. WA at the age of 45y, on 9 Nov 42 (cert #193).

Other Trezise deaths listed are for: Anna(1940), Edward W.(1941), Molly O.(1946), and Elizabeth A.(1951). You may find it interesting to note that the latter died in Bremerton, as did Roy.

I have no further information, but do hope this refreshes your recollections.
T Sheldon


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