Person:Louis Tremble (2)

Louis Alexander Tremble
m. Abt 1857
  1. Theophilus Jeremiah Trimble1859 - 1943
  2. Peter TRIMBLE\TROMBLE, Jr1859 -
  3. Sarah Jane TREMBLE1862 - 1923
  4. Florance M TREMBLE1862 - Aft 1943
  5. Rosella TREMBLEAbt 1863 -
  6. Josephine K TRIMBLE1865 - 1948
  7. Louis Alexander Tremble1866 - 1936
  8. Margaret TREMBLE1868 - Abt 1924
  9. Elizabeth TREMBLE1869 -
  10. Lillian May TrimbleAbt 1869 - Aft 1943
  11. Charles TREMBLE1871 -
  12. Harriet TREMBLE1873 - Aft 1943
  13. Theodore William Pompadore TREMBLE1874 -
  14. Francis Roger TREMBLE1875 - 1929
  15. Richard TREMBLE1877 - Bef 1943
  16. John TRIMBLEBet 1877 & 9 - 1948
  17. George Franklin TROMBLEY1880 - 1965
  18. Bessie E Trombley1888 - 1971
Facts and Events
Name Louis Alexander Tremble
Alt Name _____ Trimble
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3][4][5][7][8] 10 Aug 1866 Tonawanda, Erie, New York, United States
Marriage 4 Jun 1888 Bay City, Bay, Michigan, USAto Nancy Rose Abare
Occupation? 1900 Bay City, Bay, Michigan, United Stateswood cutter
Occupation? 25 Feb 1920 Arenac, Arenac, Michigan, United StatesFarmer
Occupation? 8 Apr 1930 Arenac, Arenac, Michigan, United StatesFarmer
Occupation[1][10] Box Cutter
Residence[11] Arenac, Michigan, United StatesHickory Island
Death[2][7][9] 23 Aug 1936 Omer, Arenac, Michigan, United StatesCause: of Stomach Cancer
Burial? Omer, Arenac, Michigan, United States

We get his middle name of Alexander from Jim Trimble. Our part of the family spell Louis's last name as Trimble, but marriage records spell it Tremble.

Sources say that his kin were fur traders and came to the Detroit River.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Federal Government
    Bay City, Bay, MI, taken 7 Jun 1990, Superivsor's #10, ED 41, Sheet 6. 33rd Street, House # 1115, Dwelling 104, Family 112.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Personal Records
    Personal Records of Jim Tremble (son of Louis Leo Tremble and Thelma Bugh).
  3. Pg 30 supervisor's Dist
    pg 30 family # 343.
  4. 1930 Census
    Sheet 2 A.
  5. Sheet 5-B
    Sheet 5-B.
  6.   GEDCOM file imported on 6 Mar 2002..
  7. 7.0 7.1 Louis Alexander Tremble, in Find A Grave.
  8. 1870 Census, Tonawanda, Erie, NY</b> pg 2 taken 19 Jul 1870 dwelling & family # 17, Says Lewis Tremble, 3 yrs, female, b. NY
    <b>
    1880 Census Brockport, Monroe, NY</b>
    pg 30 family 343 says Lewis Tremble, male, 14 yrs, son, single @ school, born in NY, both parents b. Canada
    <b>1894 State Census, MI,
    says Laius Tremble, 28 yrs, NY, white,
    1900 census Bay City, Bay, MI</b> Sheet A-6 dwelling 104, family 111 says b. Aug 1867 33 yrs, married 12 yrs # months not employeed 0, Can read, write, speak English. Rented a house. wood cutter
    <b>1920 Census Arenac, Arenac, Michigan</b> Sheet 5-B, taken 20 Jan 1920, dwelling & family # 89 says Louis A head of family, male, can't read age, married b. NY, it also lists a son which I can't read his name looks like Lann or Sann L, says son, male, 21 yrs, single.
    <b>
    1930 Census Arenac, Arenac, Michigan</b>, Sheet 2-A taken 8 Apr 1930 dwelling & family # 30, says Louis A head age 63, married @ age 23 b. NY, father b. Canada mother b. NY. owns one home, lives on farm can read & write,</li>
  9. Louis Alexander is buried in the same plot (cemetery?) as his son, John Tremble along with some of John's kids. This is a very beautiful cemetery in a wooded setting in Omer, Michigan.</li>
  10. 1900 census says # of months not employed 0, can read, write and speak English and that he rented a house.</li>
  11. They had a 120 acre farm. Hickory Island was named by a school teacher because there were so many hickory trees there.</li></ol>