- Andrew Jackson Trickel and family (340 KB)
Picture courtesy of Ray Rupnow, a descendant of Andrew Jackson Trickel. Front row, left to right: Olive May "Ollie May " born 1865 (Ray Rupnow's Great Grandma and wife of James. M. Thorpe), Lewis
or Louis born July 7, 1871, Joseph born Nov. 19, 1876, and Everett born Aug. 25,1885 who died at childhood.
Second Row L-R, Charlotte born Nov. 12,1872,
Clare or Clara born Nov. 26,1872 who later married William Bleiler, Laura. E. born Apr. 11,1865 who married Herman Keel, Andrew Jackson Trickel, his wife Charlotte Morton Huffman Trickel, and Elizabeth Huffman born 1851,
Mrs. Trickel's daughter by her first marriage to William Huffman.
Third Row L-R: Martha Trickel Steinmann born Dec. 4, 1867 (she married Fred Steinmann on
my moms side of the Family), Matilda born Oct. 10, 1868, who later married John.D.Cortney, William Andrew Jr. born Sep. 14, 1863, and Charles Trickel or Charley Feb. 28, 1861.
- Andrew Silias Treakle & Rose Anna Mizer (708 KB)
Althea M. Treakle's great-great grandparents.
Picture provided by Lois Palecek.
- Maryland Treakle's - Potential Connections (83 KB)
Brennan Harrington of Maryland has created a diagram linking Treakle's together. His work is the result of researching his wife's genealogy and offered to us as a road map for MD research.
- Tales of the Cherokee Strip, part one (647 KB)
Written by William Albert Trekell and published in the Journal of the Cherokee Strip, No. 35, Sept. 1993.
- Tales of the Cherokee Strip, part two. (790 KB)
Written by William Albert Trekell.
- Tales of the Cherokee Strip, part three. (800 KB)
Written by William Albert Trekell.
- Descendants of Christopher Treakle. (1339 KB)
Updated 10/15/00: Picture provided by Don Claunch, a descendant of Christopher Treakle and great-great grandchild of Franklin Trekell. The picture was captured on Christmas Day in 1948.
Bottom row from L-R: Nellie Trekell Walker, Stella Trekell Davis, Effie Mae Trekell Miller, Ina Trekell White, Ruth Trekell Hendrick. Middle row, L-R: Ivan Merie Trekell, Lucretia Young Trekell, wife of Franklin, Franklin Trekell, great-great granchild of Christopher Treakle, Howard Trekell, Milton Trekell. Top row, L-R: Ray Trekell, Frank Trekell, Wayne Trekell, Dale Trekell, Homer Trekell.
- Kentucky burial rcds for Thomas Treakle & family. (501 KB)
Mason County Genealogical Society Newsletter, 1989. Volume 7, number 4. Part 2 of 2.
- Kentucky information for Thomas Treakle. (545 KB)
Mason County Genealogical Society Newsletter, 1989. Volume 7, number 4. Part 1 of 2.
- Myrtle, Jesse, Charles, and Barney Treakle (267 KB)
The sons of Andrew Silias and Rose Anna Mizer are captured along with the wife of Jesse Treakle, Myrtle (Hoyt) Treakle: R-L. Myrtle & Jesse Treakle, Charles W. Treakle and Barney Fred Treakle. Taken in 1958 in Tacoma, Washington.
- Stephen Treakle timeline (1741-1814) (29 KB)
A review of the life of Stephen Treakle [Treacle], born in Maryland on 13th April 1741 and died in Washington twp., Mason County, Kentucky on 5 August 1814.
- Q's on James & Henrietta (Cromwell) Treakle line (4 KB)
Unanswered areas requiring further research on the James & Henritta (Cromwell) Treakle family of Howard County, Maryland.
- Descendants of James R. Treakle of Norfolk Co., VA (24 KB)
The story goes...there were 3 brothers from Liverpool, England--Henry, William and Robert. One settled Eastern shore, one Northern Neck and one Mathews Court house...
- Descendants of Richard Treakle of Lancaster Co, VA (15 KB)
The story goes...there were 3 brothers: one stayed in Mathews County, one in Lancaster Co., and one in Northumberland Co. Richard was the one who stayed in Lancaster Co. Thought to be English-Scottish desent, Richard, we think came to VA from Maryland...
- Greenbury Senior and Junior timeline (23 KB)
Preview of the life of Greenbury Sr. and Greenbury Jr.
- Treakle English Roots? (19 KB)
Treakle, Treacle, Treakell surnames are listed from the 1600's to the 1800's, could they be related to the American Treakle's?
- African American Treakle's of Northumberland, VA. (11 KB)
Based on the work of Ophelia T. Pinkard's book, "Taylors of Northumberland County, Virginia" and data from the 1930 Virginia census records.