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Descendants of Retire Trask

  Generation No. 1  

 

1. RETIRE4 TRASK (RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born April 18, 1757 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died September 14, 1847 in Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio. He married (1) LYDIA FOSTER, daughter of ISAAC FOSTER and LYDIA BACON. She was born 1757 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died 1811 in Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio. He married (2) EUNICE BRITAIN.

Notes for RETIRE TRASK:

Served in the American Revolution, Source: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 vols.

"Trask, Retire, Beverly. Private, Capt. John Gay's CO., Col. Ebenezer Francis's Regiment; pay abstract for travel allowance to camp and home, etc., sworn to in Suffolk Co., Nov. 29, 1776; said Trask credited with allowance for 2 days (34 miles) travel; company drafted from Roxbury, Dedham, Needham, Medfield, Wrentham, Walpole, Medway, Bellingham, Beverly, Danvers, Middleton, and Manchester.

The 1790 Census for New Salem, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, lists Retire Trask (head of household) and 2 male males under 16, and 2 females - ( 1 wife, 2 boys and 1 girl?) (Census also lists a John Trask with 3 males over 16, 3 males under 16 and 1 female and a John Trask, 3rd, with 2 males over 16, 3 males under 16 and 2 females) 

Transcribed from a copy sent to me by Diane Parvin, Genealogist from Painesville, Ohio:

The State of Ohio

Geauga County

On this fourteenth day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred & thirty two, personally appeared in open Court before the judges of the Court of Common Pleas at & for said County of Geauga, now sitting - Retire Trask a resident of Thompson Township in the County of Geauga & State of Ohio aged seventy three years, who being first duty sworn according to law, doth on his said oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congrefs pafsed June 7th 1802 - That he entered the service of the United States under the following named Officers and served as herein stated:

That in the year of 1776 he resided at Beverly in the State of Mafsachusetts, and in the face of that year, sometime as he thinks in the month of November or December, he was drafted to serve a tour of Three months in the American Army - in the company commanded by Captain Joseph Ray of Mafsechusetts Militia soon after went to Lynn where he joined his company, and marched with said company from thence to Bound Brook New Jersey near Brunswick - whilst there was employed on several scouting parties against the Reffugees - He remained stationed there or in that vicinity until his three month tour of service expired when he together with the Company to which he belonged was discharged, & he returned to Beverly in the fore-part of February or March 1777. - In the summer of 1777 he again entered the service in the company commanded by Captain Robert Dodge of Ipswich, in a Regiment of Mafsachusetts Militia commanded by Colonel Ebenezer Francis - marched to Dorchester where he joined the Regiment - They were there stationed to man the works. Whilst there was employed at one time in repairing Boston Castle, which had been blown up, & received a wound in his hand from a Pick-Ax in consequence of which he obtained a furlough & went home where he remained about a fortnight when he returned & went to duty - And continued stationed at Dorchester until hes term of service, which was three months, expired, when he was discharged & returned home late in September - Soon after - & late in the face of the same year, he again entered the service on a tour of three months, in a company of Mafsachusetts Militia commanded by Captain Procter - Isaac Chapman being the first Lieutenant & Curtis Woodbury the second - and marched with the company to Winter Hill near Boston, where he was employed in guarding British prisoners of war taken with Burgoyne, and remained there until the expiration of his term of service, when he was discharged & returned to Beverly -

In the spring of 1780 - he enlisted for six months into the COmpany commanded by Captain Clark in the Regiment commanded by Col. Tupper of the Mafsachusetts line of Continental Troups - The Regiment rendevouzed at West Springfield - And he marched with the Regiment from thence to West-Point - He was attached to the Brigade of General Patterson - and remained stationed at or near West-Point until his tour of service expired; that during that time he remained there - he was detached with about forty men & stationed in a Block House a short distance below West-Point on the River - At the time he went there - a British Man of War Vefsel lay off in the River nearly opposite the Block House - It was said to have been the Vefsel from which Arnold went after the arrest of Andre - He remained there about a fortnight during which time he attended the execution of Major Andre - which took place a short distance above said Block House - He was gone but a few hours when he returned to the Block House - He thinks the name of the place was Orangetown - soon after the execution of Andre - he returned to West-Point - was discharged, & returned home to Beverly - having served at this time six months.

Thus he continued to reside at Beverly after his return from West Point about (???) years when he moved to Ackworth in the State of New Hampshire - where he resided until he removed to Thompson aforesaid in 1810 ~ 11 - where he has ever since resided - That he has no documentary evidence, and that he knows of no person whose testimony he can procure, who can testify to his service.

He hereby relinquishes any claim whatever to a pension or annuity, except the present, and declares that his name in not on the pension Roll of the agency of any State.-

(Signatures follow of Retire Trask the clerk, Aiken)

We Seth Hulbert and Richard Spraque residing the the township of Thompson in the County of Geauga aforesaid, hereby certify that we are well acquainted with Retire Trask, who has subscribed & sworn to the above declaration; that we believe him to be seventy three years of age; that he is reputace (sic) and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been a soldier of the Revolution, and that we concur in that opinion -

(Signatures follow of Seth Hulbert and Richard Sprague and the clerk, Aiken.)

And the said Court do hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter, and after putting the interogatories prescribed by the War Department, that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier, & served as he states - And the Court further certifies that it appears (???) that Seth Hulbert & Richard Sprague who have signed the preceding certificate, are credible persons, and that their statement is (???) to credit.

More About RETIRE TRASK:

Burial: Bartlett Cemetery, Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio

 

Children of RETIRE TRASK and LYDIA FOSTER are:

2. i. RETIRE5 TRASK, b. January 11, 1794, Northampton, Massachusetts; d. June 1835, Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio.

ii. BENJAMIN TRASK, d. 1819, Ohio; m. OLIVE LANE, 1817, Geauga County, Ohio.

iii. LYDIA TRASK.

iv. HANNAH TRASK, m. DANIEL BOOTH, October 21, 1819.

v. AMY TRASK.

vi. ISAAC TRASK, b. Abt. 1795; m. (1) MARGARET JACKMAN; m. (2) ANNA COTTRELL, May 18, 1825, Geauga County, Ohio.

 

  Generation No. 2 

 

2. RETIRE5 TRASK (RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born January 11, 1794 in Northampton, Massachusetts, and died June 1835 in Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio. He married ASENATH BARTLETT November 28, 1816 in Geauga County, Ohio, daughter of JOSEPH BARTLETT and LUCY PHELPS. She was born Abt. 1802 in Southampton, Massachusetts, and died 1884 in Ohio.

More About RETIRE TRASK:

Burial: Bartlett Cemetery, Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio

 

Children of RETIRE TRASK and ASENATH BARTLETT are:

3. i. BENJAMIN6 TRASK, b. 1823, Geauga County, Ohio; d. April 11, 1909, Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

ii. REUBEN TRASK, m. EMILY C. BROCKWAY, January 24, 1847.

iii. JOHN TRASK.

iv. ALFRED TRASK.

v. EMILY TRASK, m. RUSSELL W. FISH, December 30, 1843.

vi. ANGELINE TRASK, m. JOHN W. FOLLETTE, October 06, 1845.

vii. RETIRE TRASK, b. 1835.

 

 

  Generation No. 3 

 

3. BENJAMIN6 TRASK (RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born 1823 in Geauga County, Ohio, and died April 11, 1909 in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio. He married JANE C. BROCKWAY January 24, 1847 in Lake County, Ohio, daughter of GREENE BROCKWAY and LUCINDA TYLER. She was born 1822 in Utica, New York, and died December 04, 1907 in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

Notes for BENJAMIN TRASK:

Census Place: Harts Grove, Ashtabula, Ohio

Source: FHL Film 1254992 National Archives Film T9-0992 Page 453A

Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

Benjamin TRASK Self M M W 59 OH

Occ: Farming Fa: MA Mo: MA

Jane TRASK Wife F M W 55 NY

Occ: Keeping House Fa: CT Mo: NY

Homer TRASK Son M S W 24 OH

Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: OH Mo: NY

Elmer TRASK Son M S W 19 OH

Fa: OH Mo: NY

Retta TRASK Dau F S W 16 OH

Fa: OH Mo: NY

Willard TRASK Son M S W 10 OH

Fa: OH Mo: NY

Frank TOMPSON GSon M S W 5 OH

Fa: OH Mo: OH

Jane TOMPSON GDau F S W 3 OH

Fa: OH Mo: OH

 

 

1900 Census: Benjamin and wife (name is listed as Ellen J.) are living in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, next to son Frank L. Jennie Thompson, 22, is living with them. They are listed as having 5 living children.

Notes for JANE C. BROCKWAY:

Obituary from the Jefferson Gazette, December 10, 1907:

Dec. 6, Hartsgrove - Mrs. Benjamin Trask, aged 84 years old passed into the better land, yesterday at the old homestead, two and one-half miles west of Hartsgrove, where they have lived for years, having moved to Hartsgrove over 50 years ago. She with her husband were pioneers, settling in the woods and by their sturdy hands and hearts built them a nice home and ten children came to bless them. Eight are still living. At their family reunions which have arways been at the old farm home, there has sat down to those sumptuous tables, one hundred and ten children to the fourth generation. We know of not another such family in Hartsgrove, save perhaps, the Arthur Carraher family. Funeral will be held at the old homestead, Saturday, Dec. 7.

The oldest living person in Hartsgrove is Sarah Huff, aged 95 years, then Benjamin Trask, 86 years, Arthur Carraher 81 years, and James Ferren 80 years.

 

Children of BENJAMIN TRASK and JANE BROCKWAY are:

4. i. L. BYRON7 TRASK, b. May 1848; d. 1923, Montville, Ohio.

5. ii. CORDELIA TRASK, b. April 1850, Ohio; d. July 1927, Painesville, Ohio.

6. iii. FRANK LEANDER TRASK, b. June 03, 1852, Hartsgrove, Geauga County, Ohio; d. December 14, 1928.

7. iv. FLOYD A. TRASK, b. November 1855; d. December 03, 1938, Montville, Ohio.

v. HOMER H. TRASK, b. February 1858; m. CELIA A. HUNT, September 11, 1884, Geauga County, Ohio; b. December 1846.

Notes for HOMER H. TRASK:

In the 1910 Federal Census, Homer and Celia are living in Cleveland, Ohio, with 11 non-relatives.

8. vi. ELMER R. TRASK, b. August 1863, Ohio; d. 1949.

9. vii. WILLARD M. TRASK, b. August 03, 1869, Ashtabula County, Ohio; d. 1953.

10. viii. RETTA TRASK, b. May 1865.

 

  Generation No. 4 

 

4. L. BYRON7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born May 1848, and died 1923 in Montville, Ohio. He married ELLA LOOMIS September 08, 1872. She was born October 1852, and died 1908 in Montville, Ohio.

More About L. BYRON TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

More About ELLA LOOMIS:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of L. TRASK and ELLA LOOMIS are:

i. RALPH HULBERT8 TRASK, b. May 02, 1875.

ii. ELSIE TRASK, b. 1877; d. Bef. 1900.

11. iii. FRANK WALDO TRASK, b. December 09, 1878; d. June 11, 1962, Montville, Ohio.

12. iv. CLIVE D. TRASK, b. June 1881, Montville, Ohio; d. 1945, Montville, Ohio.

v. GUY EDSON TRASK, b. February 02, 1886; d. January 30, 1956, Montville, Ohio.

More About GUY EDSON TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

vi. EARL TRASK, b. March 24, 1889.

 

5. CORDELIA7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born April 1850 in Ohio, and died July 1927 in Painesville, Ohio. She married WARREN W. THOMPSON on July 14, 1873, in Ashtabula County, Ohio. He was born 1856 in Ohio.

Notes for CORDELIA TRASK:

1870 Census - 20 year old Cordelia is living in her parents' home in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

1910 Census, Cordelia is living in Painesville, Ohio, ED 83. Although the record is very confusing, it appears that Cordelia is living in the home of a Paul Blocet, with his mother Florence, wife Elizabeth and their 24 year old son (name unreadable). In this household is a one year old child, Walter Thompson, listed as grandchild. This same Walter Thompson died in 1911 and was buried in Montville, Ohio.

Obituary, Montville newspaper:

July 27, 1927, Montville - The funeral of Mrs. Cordelia Thompson, former resident here, will be held at the community church on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Thompson moved with her husband, Warren Thompson, from Montville to Mentor avenue, Painesville, Six years ago. She died at her home Monday morning. Besides her husband one daughter, Mrs. Jane Hawkins of Painesville, survives.

More About CORDELIA TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

Notes for WARREN THOMPSON:

I don't believe that the information below suggests problems in the marriage of Warren and Cordelia, rather that it was necessary for Warren to travel to jobs to make a living as a carpenter.

In the 1900 Ohio census for Montville, Ohio, Cordelia is listed as married for 26 years, but Warren in not in the home. Frank is listed as head of household, with his mother Cordelia living with him. They were the only two people living in the house.

In the 1910 Ohio census for Montville, Ohio, Warren Thompson, age 56, is living in the household of Fred and Lillie B. Coe. He is listed as a laborer in the household, occupation carpenter. Cordelia is living in Painesville.

In the 1920 Census for Montville, Ohio, Warren and Cordelia are living alone; Warren lists occupation as carpenter. Father born in Ohio, mother in Connecticut.

More About WARREN THOMPSON:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of CORDELIA TRASK and WARREN THOMPSON are:

13. i. FRANK8 THOMPSON, b. February 08, 1876, Windsor, Ohio; d. November 05, 1913, High Street, Painesville, Ohio.

ii. UNKNOWN THOMPSON, b. Aft. 1875; d. Bef. 1910.

14. iii. JANE (JENNIE) V. THOMPSON, b. December 1876, Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio; d. March 27, 1962, Painesville, Ohio.

 

6. FRANK LEANDER7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born June 03, 1852 in Hartsgrove, Geauga County, Ohio, and died December 14, 1928. He married AMANDA ETTA RANDALL December 14, 1872, daughter of BENJAMIN RANDALL and SALLY. She was born February 14, 1852 in LaSalle, Illinois, and died September 28, 1911 in Hartsgrove, Geauga County, Ohio.

Notes for FRANK LEANDER TRASK:

1880 Census, Frank and wife Amanda are living in Hartsgrove with four children; Reed is the youngest. Frank's occupation is farmer.

1900 Census, Frank and wife Amanda, with daughter whose name is unreadable are living in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio. His occupation is farmer. Amanda is the mother of seven children, all are living at this time. Her parents were born in New York.

More About FRANK LEANDER TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of FRANK TRASK and AMANDA RANDALL are:

i. ELMER8 TRASK, b. 1873, Illinois.

ii. NORMA TRASK, b. 1875, Illinois.

iii. BENJAMIN TRASK, b. 1877, Illinois.

15. iv. REED TRASK, b. 1879, Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

v. VIOLLA JANE TRASK, b. December 08, 1884; d. May 27, 1947, Painesville, Ohio; m. MILES OREN WEBSTER.

 

7. FLOYD A.7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born November 1855, and died December 03, 1938 in Montville, Ohio. He married MARY 1879. She was born July 1857, and died 1934 in Montville, Ohio.

Notes for FLOYD A. TRASK:

1920 Census lists occupation as farmer. Is living next door to Lyle in Montville, Ohio.

More About FLOYD A. TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

Notes for MARY:

In 1920 census, Mary is listed as being born in Ohio; her parents in Baden, Germany.

More About MARY:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of FLOYD TRASK and MARY are:

i. ALTA M.8 TRASK, b. May 05, 1884, Painesville, Ohio; d. September 1969, Eldercare Nursing Center, Chardon, Geauga County, Ohio; m. JOHN LOCKER, January 18, 1917, Painesville, Ohio; d. April 19, 1940.

Notes for ALTA M. TRASK:

Obituary from "The Telegraph", Painesville, Ohio:

Chardon - Mrs. Alta M. Locker, 85, 9357 Morgan Road, Montville, died Monday night in the Eldercare Nursing Center in Chardon after a lingering illness. Mrs. Locker was a former Painesville resident where she lived for some 55 years. She was born May 5, 1884 in Painesville. She married John Locker Jan. 18, 1917 in Painesville. Her husband preceded her in death April 19, 1940.

Mrs. Locker was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Painesville and the Rebecca Lodge. She retired in 1954 after working for the Industrial Rayon Corp. for 14 years.

She is survived by one brother Lyle Trask of Montville, one niece and one nephew.

Funeral services will be 2 p.m. at Behm Funeral Home, 26 River St., Madison. The Rev. Thurman Alexander of United Methodist Church, Painesville, will officiate. Burial will be in Mentor Cemetery.

Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

More About ALTA M. TRASK:

Burial: Mentor Cemetery

16. ii. LYLE F. TRASK, b. July 18, 1894; d. March 1983.

 

8. ELMER R.7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born August 1863 in Ohio, and died 1949. He married FRILLA WARRICK October 24, 1883. She was born April 1870 in New York, and died February 23, 1958 in Ashtabula County, Ohio.

More About ELMER R. TRASK:

Burial: Middlefield Village, Ohio

More About FRILLA WARRICK:

Burial: Middlefield Village, Ohio

 

Child of ELMER TRASK and FRILLA WARRICK is:

i. BURLYN J.8 TRASK, b. October 1899; d. April 01, 1975, Ashtabula County, Ohio.

 

9. WILLARD M.7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born August 03, 1869 in Ashtabula County, Ohio, and died 1953. He married ADAH (EDIE) L. WHITE October 13, 1891 in Geauga County, Ohio. She was born April 1874, and died 1945.

More About WILLARD M. TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

More About ADAH (EDIE) L. WHITE:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of WILLARD TRASK and ADAH WHITE are:

i. ALVA E.8 TRASK, b. April 1893; d. 1975; m. NORA M. MESCALL, June 09, 1917, Geauga County, Ohio; b. 1892; d. 1986.

More About ALVA E. TRASK:

Burial: Munson Cemetery, Geauga County, Ohio

More About NORA M. MESCALL:

Burial: Mun+

ii. ALTON TRASK, b. September 17, 1894.

iii. WILLARD TRASK, b. September 26, 1895.

Notes for WILLARD TRASK:

In the 1900 Census, Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Willard is not listed, suggesting he may have died as a child. Mother is listed as having borne five children, four of which are still living.

iv. BRYAN TRASK, b. September 1896.

v. N____ TRASK, b. September 1897.

 

10. RETTA7 TRASK (BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born May 1865. She married FRANK SOMMERS 1881. He was born 1862.

 

Children of RETTA TRASK and FRANK SOMMERS are:

i. BERTHA8 SOMMERS, b. April 1882.

ii. NELLIE SOMMERS, b. February 1891.

iii. THEA SOMMERS, b. April 1898.

 

  Generation No. 5 

 

11. FRANK WALDO8 TRASK (L. BYRON7, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born December 09, 1878, and died June 11, 1962 in Montville, Ohio. He married MAY C. WILLIAMS February 11, 1908 in Montville, Ohio, daughter of HENRY WILLIAMS and ELIZABETH BUTTON. She was born February 11, 1883 in Willoughby, Lake Co., Ohio, and died February 08, 1957 in Chardon, Geauga Co., Ohio.

More About FRANK WALDO TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

More About MAY C. WILLIAMS:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of FRANK TRASK and MAY WILLIAMS are:

17. i. HALBERT T.9 TRASK, b. 1905; d. April 05, 1965.

ii. LLOYD B. TRASK, b. 1911.

iii. GUY H. TRASK, b. 1914.

iv. FRANKLIN W. TRASK, b. 1916.

 

12. CLIVE D.8 TRASK (L. BYRON7, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born June 1881 in Montville, Ohio, and died 1945 in Montville, Ohio. He married MYRTLE STEWART September 12, 1906 in Montville, Ohio. She was born 1889 in Ohio.

Notes for CLIVE D. TRASK:

1910 Federal Census, Clive and wife Myrtle, with daughter Mildred, are living with Byron Trask. Byron's occupation is farmer, Clive's is laborer.

More About CLIVE D. TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Child of CLIVE TRASK and MYRTLE STEWART is:

i. MILDRED9 TRASK, b. 1908.

 

13. FRANK8 THOMPSON (CORDELIA7 TRASK, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born February 08, 1876 in Windsor, Ohio, and died November 05, 1913 in High Street, Painesville, Ohio. He married (1) UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1875, and died Bef. 1900. He married (2) ELLA HINES December 25, 1906 in Montville, Ohio, daughter of JOHN HINES and ANNA CANAVAN. She was born June 02, 1884 in Schenectady, NY, and died February 19, 1964 in Leechburg, PA.

Notes for FRANK THOMPSON:

In the 1900 Ohio census for Montville, Ohio, Frank lists his occupation as farmer.

More About FRANK THOMPSON:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

Notes for ELLA HINES:

 

???? two entries??

THOMPSON, Frank HINES, Ella 25 Dec 1906 6 130 Groom's Father: THOMPSON, Warren Groom's Mother TRASK, Cordelia

THOMPSON, Frank HINE, Ella 23 Aug 1906 6 114 THOMPSON, Warren TRASK, Cordelia

 

More About ELLA HINES:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Cemetary, Lower Burrell, Pa

 

Children of FRANK THOMPSON and ELLA HINES are:

18. i. LEROY HARRIS9 THOMPSON, b. February 12, 1906, Painesville, Ohio; d. December 06, 1957, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

19. ii. DOROTHY THOMPSON, b. August 15, 1907, Montville, Ohio; d. Abt. 1985.

iii. WALTER THOMPSON, b. 1909; d. 1911.

More About WALTER THOMPSON:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

iv. JOHN THOMPSON, b. January 15, 1913, Montville, Ohio; d. December 1986, Vandergrift, PA; m. DOROTHY.

 

14. JANE (JENNIE) V.8 THOMPSON (CORDELIA7 TRASK, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born December 1876 in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio, and died March 27, 1962 in Painesville, Ohio. She married WILLIAM C. HAWKINS July 05, 1907 in Cleveland, Ohio. He was born June 15, 1876, and died November 1968 in North Olmsted, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

Notes for JANE (JENNIE) V. THOMPSON:

In the 1880 Census, Jennie (Jane) and brother Frank, ages 3 and 5, are living with their grandparents, Benjamin and Jane Trask.

In the 1900 census for Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio, Jennie is living with her grandfather Benjamen Trask.

Obituary, Painesville Telegraph, March 28, 1962:

Mrs. Jennie V. Hawkins, 85, of 1464 Mentor Avenue, Painesville, died Tuesday afternoon, (Mar. 27) at the home of Mrs. P.R. Square, 287 Liberty Street, following a lingering illness. Mrs. Hawkins was born December 1876 in Hartsgrove, Ohio. She had been a resident of Painesville since 1919. She married William Hawkins July 5, 1907 in Cleveland. Surviving are husband, William, son, Charles William Hawkins of Painesville, two daughters, Mrs. Genevieve May Brandt of Cleveland and Mrs. Bessie Elizabeth Trout of Painesville, 6 grandchildren and 1 great grand child.

Friends may call at Johnson Funeral Home Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. Services to be held at the funeral home Friday, 1 P.M. with Dr. Glen M Warner, pastor of Painesville Methodist Church officiating. Burial in Montville cemetery.

More About JANE (JENNIE) V. THOMPSON:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

More About WILLIAM C. HAWKINS:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of JANE THOMPSON and WILLIAM HAWKINS are:

i. CHARLES WILLIAM9 HAWKINS.

ii. GENEVIEVE MAY HAWKINS, m. UNKNOWN BRANDT.

iii. BESSIE ELIZABETH HAWKINS, m. UNKNOWN TROUT.

 

15. REED8 TRASK (FRANK LEANDER7, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born 1879 in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula County, Ohio. He married STELLA. She was born 1884.

 

Children of REED TRASK and STELLA are:

i. GLADYS9 TRASK, b. 1904.

ii. BESSIE TRASK, b. 1907.

iii. ALBERT TRASK, b. 1908.

 

16. LYLE F.8 TRASK (FLOYD A.7, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born July 18, 1894, and died March 1983. He married DAISY E.. She was born September 30, 1898, and died October 08, 1976 in Huntsburg, Geauga County, Ohio.

More About LYLE F. TRASK:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

More About DAISY E.:

Burial: Montville, Ohio

 

Children of LYLE TRASK and DAISY E. are:

i. HARLEY9 TRASK, b. 1928; d. 1928.

ii. WALTER TRASK, b. 1934; d. 1934.

 

  Generation No. 6 

 

17. HALBERT T.9 TRASK (FRANK WALDO8, L. BYRON7, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born 1905, and died April 05, 1965.

More About HALBERT T. TRASK:

Burial: Chardon, Geauga Co., Ohio

 

Child of HALBERT T. TRASK is:

i. HALBERT T.10 TRASK, JR., b. December 06, 1935; d. June 26, 1946.

More About HALBERT T. TRASK, JR.:

Burial: Chardon, Geauga Co., Ohio

 

18. LEROY HARRIS9 THOMPSON (FRANK8, CORDELIA7 TRASK, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born February 12, 1906 in Painesville, Ohio, and died December 06, 1957 in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He married DOROTHY ISABELLE TIPPETT August 13, 1929 in Pittsburgh, PA, daughter of JOHN TIPPETT and GRACE ARCHIBALD. She was born September 03, 1908 in Leechburg, PA, and died January 09, 1989 in Leechburg, PA.

More About LEROY HARRIS THOMPSON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Cemetery, Lower Burrell, Pa

Notes for DOROTHY ISABELLE TIPPETT:

From "The Apollo News Record", January 11, 1989:

Dorothy I. Thompson, 80, 414 Third Street, Leechburg, Died Jan. 9, 1989, at 8:50 a.m. in Citizens General Hospital, New Kensington.  She was born Sept. 3, 1908 in Leechburg, the daughter of the late John and Grace Archibald Tippett.  She lived at her Third Street residence the past eight years. She previously lived in Monaca.  She was a member of Hebron Evangelical Lutheran Church, Leechburg.

Survivors include: two sons, John F. Thompson, Gilpin Township, and James E. Thompson, Hagerstown, MD; three daughters, Mrs. Gilbert (Dolores) Freilino, Leechburg, Roberta Shea, Monroeville, and Pat Kennedy, Gilpin Township; 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mabel Hobaugh, Harrisville, Ohio, and Leroy (sic)(Vivian) Grimm, Coraopolis.

She was preceded in death by three brothers, Jack, Ralph and William Tippett; a sister, Agnes Thompson; and two grandsons, Bruce Thompson in 1984, and Joseph Kennedy in 1961.

Friends will be welcomed by her family from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday night at Clawson's, Second at Main, Leechburg, where a funeral service will be held at noon, officiated by her pastor, The Rev. Edward Sheenan(sic).

Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery, Gilpin Township.

More About DOROTHY ISABELLE TIPPETT:

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Leechburg

 

Children of LEROY THOMPSON and DOROTHY TIPPETT are:

20. i. DOLORES JEAN10 THOMPSON, b. February 16, 1930, Leechburg, PA.

21. ii. ROBERTA LEE THOMPSON, b. August 18, 1931, Leechburg, PA.

22. iii. JOHN FRANK THOMPSON, b. April 20, 1935, Leechburg, PA.

23. iv. PATRICIA GAY THOMPSON, b. October 07, 1936, Leechburg, PA.

24. v. JAMES ERROL THOMPSON, b. December 04, 1938, Leechburg, PA; d. February 10, 1998, Leechburg, PA.

 

19. DOROTHY9 THOMPSON (FRANK8, CORDELIA7 TRASK, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born August 15, 1907 in Montville, Ohio, and died Abt. 1985. She married CLARENCE H. GRANTZ, son of JOHN GRANTZ and ALICE UNKNOWN. He was born 1900.

In the 1910 Census, Painesville, ED 83, on Liberty Avenue, near High Street, there is a 3 year old Dorothy Thompson listed as grandchild in the household. Head is William Rippen, 37, wife Marie, 30, daughter Ruth, 9 and lodger Benson W. Rose, 69, retired.

 

  Generation No. 7 

 

20. DOLORES JEAN10 THOMPSON (LEROY HARRIS9, FRANK8, CORDELIA7 TRASK, BENJAMIN6, RETIRE5, RETIRE4, RETIRE3, RETIRE2, OSMOND1) was born February 16, 1930 in Leechburg, PA. She married GILBERT MARIO FREILINO October 03, 1948 in GIlpin Township, Leechburg, PA, son of SECONDO FREILINO and ANGELA BARISONE. He was born October 13, 1928 in Leechburg, PA.

Marriage Notes for DOLORES THOMPSON and GILBERT FREILINO:

From a newspaper article saved by Dolores Freilino:

Leechburg Area Couple Wed In Forks Parish Ceremony

Rev. Frederick Stuber performed the single ring marriage rites uniting in wedlock Dolores Thompson, of Route 1, Leechburg, and Gilbert Freilino, son of Second Freilino, of Third Street, Leechburg, Saturday morning at 10,, in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Forks Parish.  Two large vases of asters served a church decorations. Persons present at the ceremony included relatives and friends of the bride and bridegroom.  Dolores' wedding outfit was a two-piece blue velvet dress. She wore a brown hat with a blue veil that tied, bonnet style, under her chin and other brown accessories. A yellow rose corsage complimented her dress.  The bride's cousin, Janet Tippett, was maid of honor. Her attire was a two-piece gray gabardine dress with black accessories and a red rose corsage.  Best man was the bridegroom's brother, Armondo Freilino, of Leechburg.  Miss Mary Paula Crafton, of Route 1, Leechburg, played the wedding march and appropriate music for the ceremony.  Mrs. Thompson appeared at her daughter's wedding in a black and white print dress with black accessories.

The bride's aunt gave a reception in her home, in Ice Pond road, for the bridal party. Fifty guests were in attendance. The tables were decorated with candles and flowers. A three-tiered cake was cut in traditional fashion by the newlyweds.  When they return from a one-week trip to Cook's Forest, Mr. and Mrs. Freilino will reside in the formers fathers home, in Third street.

Both bride and bridegroom were students of Leechburg High School. Freilino is associated with his father as contractor.

 

Children of DOLORES THOMPSON and GILBERT FREILINO are:

25. i. KAREN LEE11 FREILINO

26. ii. DEBRA GAY FREILINO

27. iii. GILBERT MARIO FREILINO II