Margaret is the daughter of Ernest H. TREFETHEN (son of Henry A. TREFETHEN).
In Ernest's first marriage to Eula T. Oakes divorced in 1949 they had three
daughters: Margaret Estelle, Gail Marie, Bonita Rose. Ernest married Barbara
Helen Gray Sept. 1950 and they adopted a son named Rickey E. TREFETHEN.
Margaret and her husband Frank live in North Franklin Connecticut. They had 5 children,
Karen Ann (married name Sonnati) Lindee Elizabeth (married name Dye) Teresa
J (married name Cowers) Daniel William Dolliver, and Penny Jean (married name
Gail Marie married Antonio DiMaggio October 1958 they had six children: Rosaria
Beth (married name McColl) Christine Teresa DiMaggio, Ann Marie DiMaggio,
Anthony William DiMaggio, Joseph Paul DiMaggio, Robert John DiMaggio. Gail
and Antonio were divorced in June 1986. Gail remarried November 1991 to
Stanley Francis Juber Jr. and they live in Canterbury, Connecticut.
Bonita Rose married Thomas William Kirby in April 1963. They have one son,
Jeffrey William Kirby. They live in Naples Florida.
Rickey E. TREFETHEN married Pat ? they have one daughter, Tracey Married name ?
and Pat had a daughter Kelley by a previous marriage. Rickey and his wife live
in Florida. [sources unspecified but I believe this is a close family member]
His daughter Margaret writes (March, 1999) :
"My husband's parents were Ferdinand and Gertrude Lebritton Dolliver. My
father is Ernest Henry TREFETHEN. He lives in Hamden Maine. My mother
Eula is now decist"
(SOURCES: 64, 131)
Margaret Estelle TREFETHEN1669 Married Frank DOLLIVER on 29 September 1950 [herself] (see above)
Gail Marie TREFETHEN 1670
Bonita Rose TREFETHEN1671
Rickey E. TREFETHEN1672 Adopted into the family.
Had Tracey TREFETHEN1673 who in turn married whosee Markham and then in turn begot Zoe Nicole Markham [pardon the "whosee" ] S. Tracey herself
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