Trevethick Lineage

WILLIAM TREVETHICK, GENT. b. abt 1615, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, died 2 February 1657 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Frances b. abt 1625, m. abt 1645 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: His will was probated on 10 December 1659 in St. Enoder, Cornwall referring to him as “Gent,” and “of St. Enoder”- it shows he was husband of Frances. Christopher Trevithick of London was left £4 – relationship was not shown. The 1641 Protestation Return listed him in St. Enoder as a “churchwarden.”

NOTE:  “The Protestation Returns relate to the years 1641/42, around the start of the Civil War.  The Protestation was an oath of Loyalty to the King, and was originally drawn up and taken by the members of the House of Commons on May 3rd 1641.  The following day, the Protestant Peers in the House of Lords also swore it.

On July 30th, the House of Commons passed a resolution that all who refused the Protestation were unfit to hold office in Church or Commonwealth.  The scope was widened so that it should be sworn by all adults over the age of 189.  In practice, this meant all men; women were not usually asked to sign.

A letter was sent by the Speaker of the House of Commons to the sheriffs instructing them to take the protestation with the justices of the peace in their county, and then the incumbent of each parish was to read the protestation to his parishioners and they were to sign.  This took place February and March 1641/42.  The Protestation Returns were then sent back to Parliament.”

“The Oath was as follows:

        I, _____________________________ do, in the prescence of Almighty God, promise, vow, and protest to maintain, and defend as farr as lawfully I maye, with my Life, Power and Estate, the true Reformed Protestant religion, expressed in the Doctrine of the Church of England, against all Popery and Popish Innovations, within the Realme, contrary to the same Doctrine, and according to the duty of my Allegiance, His Majesties Royal Person, Honour and Estate, as alsoe the Power and Privileges of Parliament, the lawful Rights and Liberties of the Subjects, and any person that maketh this Protestation, in whatsoever he shall do in the lawful Pursuance of the same:  and to my power, as farr as lawfully I may, I will appose and by all good Ways and Means endeavor to bring to condign Punishment all such as shall, either by Force, Practice, Concels, Plots, Conspiracies, or otherwise, doe any thing to the contrary of any thing in this present Protestation contained:  and further, that I shall, in all just and honourable ways, endeavour to preserve the Union and Peace betwixt the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland:  and neither for Hope, Feare, nor other Respect, shall relinquish this promise, Vow and Protestation.”

CHILDREN

1. Grace b. bef 17 March 1649 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She married Richard Spear on 30 September 1684 in Padstow, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: Information from June Ross shows that Grace “was bequeathed £50 in her father’s will of 1659;” In IGI released 1994 is an entry for Grace Trevethick married London, England on 5 August 1667, with relative Effie Rowe Madison; Could this be the same Grace? Her father, through of Padstow etc. bequeathed money to a Christopher Trevithick of London, through a relationship was not shown; There is a connection with London Trevithicks, so perhaps this Grace visited London and married there, before the Spear marriage.

2. Mary b. bef 21 March 1650 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. Baptism on 21 Mar 1651 in St. Enoder, Cornwall.  She married Lewes Stribley on 9 November 1671 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: Mary was bequeathed £130 in 1659 will of her father.

3. Tomasin b. bef 13 Feb 1653 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She married Arthur Hicks on 10 March 1682 in Newlyn in Pydar, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: Tomasin was bequeathed £130 in 1659 will of her father.

4. William b. abt 1655, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married abt. 1678. NOTE: William was named in the 1659 will of his father; Admin. granted to William, son of William. In 1717 St. Enoder, 80 acres was leased to Wm. T and life of William, his son-high rent 3/7.

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WILLIAM TREVETHICK b. abt 1655, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married, abt 1678.   NOTE:  William was named in the 1659 will of his father; Admin.  granted to William, son of William.  In 1717 St. Enoder, 80 acres was leased to Wm. T and lif of William, his son-high rent 3/7.

CHILDREN

1. William b. abt 1680, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, died abt March 1737, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Mary abt 1708, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.  NOTE:   Will probated 1739 at St. Enoder, Cornwall. Will refers to him as “Gent.”

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WILLIAM TREVETHICK, Gent. , b. abt 1680, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, died abt March 1737 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married abt 1708, probably in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.

CHILDREN

1. Jane, baptised on 29 September 1710 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She was buried on 14 February 1728, at the age of 17, in Padstow, Cornwall, UK.

2. Mary, christened on 3 December 1712 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She was buried on 10 November 1737 at the age of 24, in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.

3. William christened on 17 December 1714 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, died abt January 1794 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Christian John on 1 January 1748 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.

4. Thomas, b. before 1 Jan 1716 in St. Enoder, Cornwall and  christened on 25 February 1716 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.

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WILLIAM TREVETHICK, b. abt 1714 in St Enoder, Cornwall, UK, died abt January 1794 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Christian Johns on 1 January 1748 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. Christian John was the daughter of Ralph Johns and Joan Martyn . She was born bef 1714 in St. Columb Minor, Cornwall, UK; died bef 22 February 1763 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.

CHILDREN

1. William, christened 18 Mar 1752 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married (1) Honor Harris on 28 September 1777 in St. Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK; (2) Jenefer Richards on 26 December 1785.

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WILLIAM TREVETHICK , b. bef 18 Mar 1752 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married (1) Honor Harris on 28 September 1777 in St. Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK. Honor Harris christened 19 Apr 1755 in St. Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK, died bef 25 May 1781 in St. Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK. She was the daughter of Henry (Hyrum) Harris and Honour ; (2) Jenefer Richards on 26 December 1785. NOTE: Apprenticeship Index of England shows, in book 58 folio 117 – 1769 William Trevethick apprenticed to Henry Harris of St. Stephens, Cornwall, millwright.

CHILDREN OF FIRST MARRIAGE

1. William , christened 8 March 1778 in St. Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK, died 15 December 1858 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Judith Pleming on 13 June 1807 in St Enoder, Cornwall, UK, died on 18 October 1857 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK; she was the daughter of William Pleming and Judith Pollack.

2. Thomas, christened 8 July 1780 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Anne Hitchens on 10 December 1804 in St. Thoms Haverfordwest, Pembroke, Wales. Thomas Trevethick was a private soldier in the Royal Cornish Marines.

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WILLIAM TREVETHICK christened 8 March 1778 in St. Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK, died 15 December 1858 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. He married Judith Pleming on 13 June 1807, in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. Judith Pleming b. bef 22 April 1781, d. 18 October 1858 in St. Enodor, Cornwall, UK. She was the daughter of William Pleming and Judith Pollack. NOTE: His will, probated on 15 January 1859 in St. Enoder, Cornwall stated, “…of St. Enoder, millwright; a widower, intestate; admin to Judith, wife of Simon Stright Bishop, one of children. Effects under £200.” Records show that he was a witness at the marriage of Elizabeth Trevithick & John Yeoman on 31 August 1833. An 11 April 1839 Tithe apportionment, St. Enoder, occupier-27; leaseholder John Varcoe; owner-Joseph Pitts, Esq. Also, it appears he may be ocupier of land 2-39-16; leaseholder – Wm. chapman, landowner Christopher Henry, Thos Hawkins, Esq. The 1841 census shows him in St. Enoder, and lists him as a carpenter. The 1851 census shows him in St. Enoder, and lists him as a master carpenter. And, the 1854 Kelly Directory shows “Summercourt, Cornwall, beer retailer.”

CHILDREN

1. Elizabeth, christened 26 December 1809 in St Stephen/Branl, Cornwall, UK. She married John Yeoman on 31 August 1833 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK.

2. Christian b. abt 1810 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She married Bennet Yeoman on 2 June 1842 in St. Day, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: 1851 census Bridge, Illogan, Cornwall: enum with Bennet Yeoman; wife, mar, 41, brn St. Enoder; children Richard-8; Emily-6; Mary-4; all born Illogan; and Thomas T, half brother age 31. The 1871 census Feock, Con, dist 19, sch 138:  Christian Yeoman, hd, wid ae 61, housekeeper, brn St. Enoder, enum with dau emily ae 26, schoolmistress, b. Illogan and dau Mary, ae 24, dress and mantlemaker, brn Illogan, both unmar.”

3. Sally , christened 23 Mar 1810 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: Sally and Christian may be the same person. Christening records of 1810 of sme parents and 1851 census shows Thomas as half brother of Bennet Y. More research is necessary here.

4. James, b. 7 October 1811 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, d. bef 18 September 1892 in Lostwithiel, Cornwall, UK. He married (1) Eliza Hearn on 2 November 1841 in E. Stonehouse, Devon, UK; (2) Elizabeth Jane Williams on 7 October 1850. NOTE: full birth date provided by Rod Smith, NZ descendent; 1841 census- born Devon; 1861 census says he was born Truro, Cornwall. His marriage certificate shows “ofa, bach(elor), brushmaker, of Market St., son of William T, laborer. 1856 Kelly Dir shows Cornwall: J. Trevethick, North St., Lostwithiel, brushmaker.

5. Honor, christened 10 May 1812 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: 1841 census Kenwyn, Cornwall: hd, 25, sempstress, brn. Cornwall. 1851 census Newham Road, Kenwyn: hd, unm, 38, annuitant, b.s. Enoder, enumerated with dau, Clara, ae 12.

6. Mary Ann, christened 1 May 1815 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She married Richard Gilbert on 25 July 1863 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: Marr: spinster, of St. Enoder, dau William, millwright. 1851 Census St. Enoder: dau, unm, 36, brn St. Enoder. 1861 Census Summercourt, St. Enoder: visitor, unm 47, annuitant, brn St. Enoder. 1871 Census Gwennap:  sister: widow, 54, brn Summercourt.

7. Judith , christened 17 June 1817 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. She married Simon Stright Bishop on 5 November 1850 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: 15 January 1859 – was granted admin of will of father, William “to Judith, wife of Simon Stright Bishop, on of the natural and lawful children of said deceased.”

8. Thomas , christened 14 May 1820 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, d. 1896 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK. He married Elizabeth Snell on 1 October 1853 in Kenwyn, Cornwall, UK.   NOTE: on 5 November 1850 he was a witness at the wedding of Judith T. and Simon Stright Bishop. The 1854 Kelly Directory shows him in Chacewater, Cornwall, Wheelwright.

9. William b. bef 3 May 1824 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, d. 12 November 1907 in St. Day, Cornwall, UK. He was buried on 17 November 1907 at Holy Trinity Cemetery, St. Day, Cornwall, UK. He married Keziah Wasley on 8 December 1850 in St. Day, Gwennap, Cornwall, UK. NOTE: marriage records show him as bach(elor), shoemaker, of St. Day, father-millwright; married in Holy Trinity Church, St. Day. The 1891 census shows St. Day, Gwennap: hd, marr, ae 67, bootmaker, b. St. Enoder, neither employer nor employed.

10. Jane b. abt 1826 probably in Lostwithiel, Cornwall, UK, d. 20 November 1908 in Bodmin, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, UK. She is buried at Restormel Road Cemetery, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, UK.

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THOMAS TREVETHICK , christened 14 May 1820 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, UK, d. 1896 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK. He married Elizabeth Snell on 1 October 1853 in Kenwyn, Cornwall, UK. Elizabeth Snell b. bef 4 April 1828 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, UK, d. 1878 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK was the daughter of John Snell a miner, and Ann Fall.

CHILDREN

1. Thomas b. 1853 in Kenwyn, Cornwall, UK, d. 191 in Sedgefield, UK. He married Elizabeth Anne Nicholson on 19 February 1882 in Lamesley, Durham, UK. NOTE: From his marriage certificate – married at the Parish church; ae 29, bach(elor), a gardener, father a cartwright; witnesses at the marriage were William Trevethick and Charlotte Nicholson. He was a gardener at a Public Park at the time of the birth of his son Richard Henry Trevethick in 1891.

2. Clara b. 1854 in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, christened on 2 December 1866 at St Paul, Truro, Cornwall, UK, d 1940 in Binghamton, Broome, New York, USA. She married (1) William Robert Bayes, 21 May 1888; (2) Thomas Roger Wilson, 9 April 1895.  Thomas Wilson was the widower of Clara’s sister Elizabeth.

3. William b. 1855 in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, d. 1906 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK.  He married Agnes Merrilees on 27 June 1891 at the Register Office in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK. NOTE: Marriage certificate shows ae 36 yrs, bach(elor), boilermaker, of 57 Warwick Street, Gateshead, son of Thomas Trevethick, carpenter; wit: Alfred Trevethick and Elizabeth Francis. In 1882, he was witness at marriage of Thomas T and Elizabeth Ann Nicholson. He arrived in America in 1883, arriving in Boston on 17 June at the age of 28 aboard the SS Batavia. He obviously returned to England as he appears on the 1891 Census at Central Ward, Gateshead, Durham: son, single, ae 35, boilermaker, brn. Chacewater, Cornwall.

4. Judith b. 1856 in Truro, Cornwall, UK, christened 20 March 1858 in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK.

5. Charles John b. 1859 in Truro, Cornwall, UK, christened on 2 December 1866 in St. Paul, Truro, Cornwall, UK, died in 1878 in Gateshead dis., Durham, UK.

6. Alfred b. 1860 in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, christened on 2 December 1866, at St Paul, Truro, Cornwall, UK, d. 1896 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK. He married Elizabeth Francis on 6 June 1880 in St. Cuthbert, Durham, UK. NOTE: Marriage certificate shows ae 20, bach(elor), boilermaker. Witness: William Trevethick. 1884 Scranton, PA, city directory shows: boilermaker, h. 919 Scranton; 1885 Sranton-Boilermaker, h. 919 Scranton; 1886 boilermaker, 116½ S. Hyde Park Ave, H.P. 1890 – none. Known to have been in America in 1885, as 1891 census shows daughter, Clara, was born in America in 1885.

7. Julia, christened 2 Dec 1866 in Truro, Cornwall, UK. She married in 1877 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK.

8. Mary , christened 2 Dec 1866 at St. Paul, Truro, Cornwall, UK, d. 1867 in Truro dis., Cornwall, UK at the age of 1 year.

9. Elizabeth, christened 2 Dec 1866 at St. Paul, Truro, Cornwall, UK. She married Thomas Roger Wilson on 3 March 1888 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK.  Elizabeth died on 27 April 1897 at 71 Raby Street, Gateshead, Durham, England at the age of 35.  Elizabeth died as the result of complications from the birth of her daughter Ethel Maud Wilson.

10. Daniel, b. abt. 1864 christened 2 Dec 1866 at St. Paul, Truro, Cornwall, UK, buried on 10 April 1867 in St. Clement, Truro, Cornwall, UK at the age of 3 years.

11. Daniel b. 1868 in Furnace Platt, Cornwall, UK, christened on 2 November 1873 in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, d. 11 November 1960 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK. He married (1) Elizabeth Burns on 8 March 1893 at Christ Church, Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK; (2) Eleanor Alderson in 1921. NOTE: Marriage certificate shows: age 24, bach(elor), postman, of 66 Fife Street, son of Thomas T, cartwright. His will was probated in 1960; of Ravenscar, Durham Road, South Low Fell, Gateshead at death; probate Newcastle Tyne 21Dec; admin of Will to Lena, wife of Charles Lawrence Burns and Elsie, wife of Joseph Breckon; £628.5.9d.

12. Mary b. 1870 in Kenwyn, Cornwall, UK, christened on 2 November 1873 in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, d. 1888 in Gateshead On Tyne, Durham, UK, buried on 1 August 1888 in Gateshead, Durham, UK.

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William Robert Bayes, born abt 1850, probably in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, married Clara Trevethick, in 1888. Clara Trevethick was born 1854, in Chacewater, Cornwall, UK, died 1940 in Binghamton, Broome, New York. Clara Trevethick married (2) Thomas Wilson abt 1895. She is buried next to her second husband, in Spring Forest Cemetery, Mygatt Street, Binghamton, New York. NOTE: 1861 census – Kenwyn: dau, 7, scholar, brn Chacewater; 1871 census St Paul, Bissopool, Kenwyn: dau, 15, farm lab, brn Kenwyn; 1891 census Central Ward, Gateshead, Durham: dau, widow, ae 36, brn Chacewater, Cornwall; enumerated with father, brothers, and child. CHILDREN BEFORE

MARRIAGE TO WILLIAM ROBERT BAYES

1. Arthur Trevethick , born 3 October 1879, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK, died 13 February 1957 in Binghamton, Broome, New York. Married (1) Martha Jane Barnes , born 11 December 1879 in Gateshead-on-Tyne, Durham, UK, died 14 March 1926 in West Endicott, Broome, New York, (2) Jennie Woodin , born 1878, died 24 April 1930 in Endicott, Broome, New York, (3) Myrtie Zimmer, died after 1957.

2. Nellie Trevethick, born about 1883, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK. NOTE: 1891 census – Thomas age 71 is listed as grandfather but her parents not enumerated; parent of grandson of  Trevethick assigned until known in error; 1891 census – Central Ward, Gateshead, Durham, Nellie Trevethick, granddau, ae 8, scholar, brn Gateshead, Durham; enum with grandfather.

CHILDREN OF FIRST MARRIAGE

1. Minnie Bayes , born abt 1889, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK. NOTE: 1891 census – Central Ward, Gateshead, Durham: granddaughter, ae 2, brn Gateshead; enumerated with grandfather, mother, and uncles.

CHILDREN OF SECOND MARRIAGE

1. Ethel Maud Wilson, married (1) ___________ ____________; (2) Steve Smith .
2. _______ Wilson.

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ARTHUR TREVETHICK , was born on 3 October 1879, in Gateshead-on-Tyne, Durham, UK. Family Tradition holds that he was given the surname Trevethick rather than the normal paternal name of Bages because his mother wished to have the Trevethick name carried on. However, further research indicates that Arthur was born out of wedlock and carries his mother’s maiden name as a result. Arthur married (1) Martha Jane Barnes, while in England, (2) Jane “Jennie” Woodin, (3) Myrtie Zimmer.

At the age of 12, Arthur Trevethick joined the English Navy. While in the Navy, he went to China in 1894 and stayed there until 1899. He then sailed to Manila, and “was on deck when Dewey took the city.” He received an honorable discharge from the English Navy in 1899. He then volunteered for the Boer War and enlisted in the Imperial Yeomanry (mounted infantry). He served for the duration and returned to England in 1902.

Arthur emigrated to the United States in 1911, arriving in Boston, Massachusetts, aboard the ship “SS Cymeric” on the 5th of May. When he left England from Liverpool on 28 April 1911, he had been living in Gateshead-on-Tyne (across the river from Newcastle-on-Tyne) in the North of England. Arthur brought his wife and two children to the United States a few months later. According to ships information, he was en route to Scranton, Pennsylvania, to his Aunt, Mrs. Williams, at 321 N. Hyde Park Avenue. Arthur lived in Scranton, Pennsylvania, working for the International Correspondence School for three years. He then moved to the Binghamton, New York area. The 1917 Binghamton City Directory shows Arthur living with his wife, Martha, at 22 ½ Franklin Street in Binghamton, New York.

Arthur worked for many years in the Endicott-Johnson Calfskin Tannery in Endicott, New York. He became a United States Citizen on 6 November 1925 in Binghamton, New York. In 1941, he finished paying the mortgage on his “E.J. home” at 614 June Street, Endicott, New York. At the time of his death, Arthur was living in Appalachin, Tioga County, New York. Arthur is buried in the Spring Forest Cemetery on Mygatt Street, Binghamton, Broome, New York with an inscribed headstone. His wives, Martha Jane Barnes and Jane “Jennie” Woodin are buried next to their husband; they both have inscribed headstones. His third wife, Myrtie Zimmer, is buried in Floral Park Cemetery, Floral Avenue, Johnson City, Broome, New York.

CHILDREN OF FIRST MARRIAGE

1. Nellie, b. 25 August 1902, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK, died 1974 in Binghamton, Broome, New York. Nellie came to America with her mother, sister Clara Louise and sister Martha aboard the SS Mauritania arriving in NY from Liverpool on 24 June 1911. She married Paul Bush , probably the son of Arnold J. Bush (1865 – 1938) and Pauline E. (1863 – 1920). They lived on Prospect Street, Binghamton, Broome, New York until their deaths.  Nellie is buried in the Spring Forest Cemetery, Mygatt St., Binghamton, Broome, New York, next to her husband, with a shared headstone. Nellie’s only son, Arnold A. Bush is also buried with his parents with an inscribed brass marker.

2. Clara Louise , b. 5 August 1903, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK. She came to America with her mother, sister Nellie and sister Martha aboard the SS Mauritania arriving in NY from Liverpool on 24 June 1911. Clara married Edward Michael Hogan . Clara died on 20 December 1994 while in the Vestal Nursing Home, Vestal, Broome, New York.

3. Martha, b. 26 March 1905, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK. She came to America with her mother, sister Nellie, and sister Clara Louise aboard the SS Mauritania arriving in NY from Liverpool on 24 June 1911. As of this writing, I am unsure of the date of Martha’s death, although it must have been shortly after arriving in America. 

4. Arthur , b. abt 1910, in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK, died young; was not on passenger list with mother and sisters at arrival in America in 1911.

5. Julia E. , b.25 August 1912, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, died, 5 November 1993 in Little Meadows, Pennsylvania. Julia married Edward Hogan of Friendsville, Pennsylvania.

6. William, b. 24 September 1914, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, died 9 January 1997 in Lakeland, Polk, Florida. William joined the United States Army during World War II and was stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia for a time. While in Georgia, Uncle Bill met his wife, Julia Louise McCleskey. Aunt Louise was the daughter of Thomas Virgil McCleskey and Ruby Estelle Bishop.  After the war, he worked for a time as a Police Officer in Marietta, Georgia.

7. Mae , b. 12 May 1918, in Binghamton, Broome, New York. Mae married Paul J. Morrissey , b. 26 May 1911, d. 14 May 1954. He was the son of James Morrissey and Catherine . Mae worked for many years in the attendance office at the Union-Endicott High School in Endicott, New York. Mae died 10 April 1996 in Endicott, Broome, New York. She is buried next to her husband at Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, Broome, New York.

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CLARA LOUISE TREVETHICK , b. 5 August 1903 in Gateshead-On-Tyne, Durham, UK. She came to America with her mother, sister Nellie and sister Martha arriving in NY from Liverpool aboard the SS Mauritania on 24 June 1911. In her youth, she worked at the Kent Cigar Factory on State Street, Binghamton, Broome, New York. Later, she worked for the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Factory, from which she retired with a pension.

Clara married Edward Michael Hogan on 2 June 1923. They raised their family in Johnson City, Broome County, New York. Clara was affectionately known as “Cleany Clara,” due to her constant cleaning of her house. Clara became a United States citizen in Binghamton, New York on 5 January 1953 at the age of 49.

Clara died at the Vestal Nursing Home on 22 December 1994, in Vestal, Broome, New York at the age of 91. She is buried next to her husband at St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Riverside Drive, Johnson City, Broome, New York, with a shared headstone.


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NOTE:  As with any research, the above is subject to change.  If you have questions on my research, additions, corrections, etc., please feel free to contact me at dan@hogans3.org – I would love to hear from you.

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