The Treloars and their families that appear
under this listing have so far remained un-related. I would love to be
able to associate them with other families. If you find someone here that
you know of, please contact me (see below) and please pass on all that you can
so I can re-write their pages.
Ann, Benjamin, Jane, Kenneth,
Mary, Mary Martha
|Ann TRELOAR, wife of Henry PRIDEAUX, came to
Dodgeville, Iowa County, Wisconsin, about 1838. Ref: A. C. Todd, The
Cornish Miner in America, p. 31.
|Benjamin TRELOAR, b. about 1874
C'wall, Eng.; d. 21 Jan. 1931 age 57; bur. Penponds Churchyard; md. GRACE
ANN, b. about 1878, d. 10 May 1950, age 72. Probably connected to the
family of Benjamin Treloar and Jane Rutter.
|Jane TRELOAR, b. Camborne, m. 1 May 1845, pos.
Camborne, Joseph PEARCE. Came to Dodgeville, Iowa County, Wisconsin, 14
July 1845; stayed 1st 3 mo. with Henry PRIDEAUX family. Children: Joseph,
William James, Bessie (MELBOURNE). Pos. died Dodgeville. Ref: C. W.
Butterworth, History of Iowa County, 1881., pp. 894-95.
|Kenneth TRELOAR, served aboard the USS
Bache in W.W. II , a very
close friend of Chuck Conoly. Kenneth gave his life for his country, when
the ship was hit by a suicide plane. His wife Zetta Chapel Treloar gave
birth to a daughter after Kenneth was killed in action. Chuck has tried
for years to locate Zetta to see how she and the baby were doing but have
never found her. This baby girl would be around fifty-seven years old
today. Kenneth and Zetta were from Big Rapids, MI. but during the war
Zetta moved with her family to Ardmore, OK where the baby was born. Chuck
|Mary TRELOAR, m. 15 November 1854, pos.
Mineral Point, J. C. HOCKING. Came to Mineral Point 1836, with parents, 18
mo. old. Children: Wm. J., Joseph F., Llewellyn, Benjamin H., Amelia A.,
Bertha May and Mabel Jane - all born Dodgeville. Ref: Butterworth, p. 889.
|Mary Martha TRELOAR m 22 Feb 1868
Lonan, Isle Of Man, England, to George William KELLY. Mary Martha is
probably connected to the family of John Treloar
and Charlotte KELLY. I would appreciate any confirmation of this.