"Do you have any other info on them like dates of birth, death, military service, parents, siblings, etc.? William Trevan is a very common name and I even see this very popular name in Australia and England too."
A long shot, but a William Trevan married a Rosanna Reno of my family lines on 15 Jul 1856 in Iowa City, IA. I understand he was an A.M.E. minister and served the church in the IA, IL & IN areas. These Trevan's…"
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A long shot, but a William Trevan married a Rosanna Reno of my family lines on 15 Jul 1856 in Iowa City, IA. I understand he was an A.M.E. minister and served the church in the IA, IL & IN areas. These Trevan's had four (4) children; William, Jr., Jabas, Theopilius & Ruth all born before 1870 in either IL or IN.
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Hi... yes i have aunts that have alot of info, but I am reluctant to ask them, you know how family can be.. but I think I will anyway, my family from Cumberland Virginia and Farmville Va, my great grandmother was a Woodson from marriage and my grandmother was a Scott and grand father was a Clark but orginally Scott from W Virginia