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James Trimble married Sarah Ann Traster

I am looking for information on James Trimble. Married Sarah Ann Traster or Treaster. The family has it that he came from Ireland but I cannot find any information on him. Thery were not married in 1880, then there is no census for 1890 and in 1900 Ann already had all of her children and was a widow. The children are Harry, James & John (twins), LeRoy (my husband's Grandfather), and Bessie. LeRoy never said anything about his father, just that he was "no good". I do not know where he died nor where he is buried. I have hit a brick wall with him. Ann was born in Missouri, as were a couple of the kids, then two of them were born in Nebraska, but accoding to the census records, every 10 years they stated a different birth place for themselves as well as their parents. All of LeRoy's generation is gone as well as all of their children. My husbands generation is now the oldest and they don't have any information on James. Ann died in a house fire in the early 1920's so none of the later generations had a chance to question her about family. thanks, Karylyn

Looking for any Cunico's

My branch of the Cunico Family came from Asiago Italy in the early 1900's. There were 6 brothers and 1 sister that came to the US, but not all at the same time. Eventually the parents came here but they were up in age and did not live long after they came. There was a brother that stayed in Italy and we think we have found his offspring. There are 9 of us Cunico "Cousins" that have been corresponding for the last year or two and we have found even more cousins all over the world. We are still looking for any others that may be out there. Our goal is to connect every Cunico to our family tree.