SHIRLEY A. TRUMBULL
Hartford native was active in community, church affairs
YOUNGSTOWN - Shirley A. Trumbull, 4653 Ridge Road N.E., Cortland, formerly of Hartford, died at 5:20 p.m. Monday (4-6-98) in St. Elizabeth Health Center of complications following surgery. She was 63.
Mrs. Trumbull was born December 10, 1934 in Hartford to Carl and Irma Pearson Chilson.
She was presiding judge of Fowler Township Election Board; and was secretary of Trumbull County Food and Agriculture Committee.
A homemaker, Mrs. Trumbull was an active member of Cortland United Methodist Church, where she coordinated all kitchen activities. She served as financial secretary, past president of the United Methodist Women's organization, sang in the church choir, and belonged to the Administrative Council. She was previously office secretary for the church.
She was active in several card clubs for women and couples and belonged to the Knitty-Gritty Craft and Hobby Club, Cortland.
Surviving are: her husband, Walter Trumbull, whom she married Sept. 6, 1958; her mother, Brookfield; two sons, James, Cortland; and Kevin, Hartford; a daughter, Mrs. Tom (Nancy) Treffert, Cortland; two sisters, Lois Biggard, Newton Falls, Ohio; and Sandy Sydlowski, Brookfield; and six grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her father, and a sister, Jean Arlene Chilson.
Memorial contributions may be made to the New Building Fund of Cortland United Methodist Church, 155 N. High St., Cortland, OH 44410.
The body will lie in state from 9:30 a.m. until time of service Friday
(4-10-98) in Cortland United Methodist Church. Funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. in the church, with the Rev. Yesudas Devadan, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Cortland.
Full Name: Samantha Caroline (Palmer) Trumbull Jones
Place of Death Whitley Co., IN
Date of Death September 11, 1908
Age at Death 86
JONES, Mrs. Washington - Samantha C. Palmer was born in Franklin Co., VT. on 13 Aug. 1823; died at the home of her son, Moses M. Trumbull on 11 Sep. 1908. Her parents moved to Ohio where they lived 8 years before coming to Etna Tp., Whitley Co., Ind. Her father was Samuel Palmer. She was aged 13 years when they left Vermont. On 20 Mar. 1846 married Ammi L. Trumbull who died 29 July 1858. On 8 Oct. 1874 married 2nd, Washington Jones who died 22 June 1903.
She left no living brothers or sisters. Six children of her first marriage of the 7 born are living. They are Moses M. Trumbull, Mrs. Frances C. Snodgrass (wife of Wm.) and Della Trumbull all of Etna Tp. Mrs. James Kinnison, Ligonier, Ind; Henry W. Trumbull; of Cleveland Tp., Whitley Co., Ind., and Lewis Manson Trumbull of Grenada, Colo. Three step-sons are; Roe Jones of Miles, Mich. (a photographer), Thomas Jones of Noble Co., Ind. and Oliver P. Jones of Etna, Ind. The Rev. Charles G. Readarmel of Sturgis, Mich. conducted the funeral service; burial was in the Thorn Cemetery, west of Ormas, Ind.
(C.C.C.M., 18 Sep. 1908)
Full Name: Claud Abram Trumbull
Place of Death Greybull, Bighorn, Wyoming
Date of Death 10 May 1969
Age at Death 59 years, 1 mo, 23 days
Heart attack fatal to Claude A. Trumbull
Elks funeral services were held for Claude A. Trumbull, 59, Greybull car salesman, Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Elks home.
He died shortly after 8 a.m. Saturday of a heart attack.
Burial was at Hillside cemetery under the direction of Atwood and Atwood Mortuary.
He was born Mar. 27, 1910 at Elwood, Nebr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Trumbull. He grew up in the Emblem area.
He was married to Edna Trumbull May 23, 1959 in Billings. He was a member of Greybull Elks Lodge. He is survived by: his wife, Edna, of Greybull; one son, Dean Trumbull of Pocatello, Ida.; one daughter, Mrs. Elnora Schnittgen of Blackfoot, Ida.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Cara Jean Triplett of Basin and Mrs. Linda Kay Evans of Grand Forks, N.D.; two brothers, Harvey Trumbull of Cody and Oscar Trumbull of Livingston, Mont.; and nine grandchildren.
Full Name: Charles P. Trumbull Jr.
Place of Death Las Vegas, New Mexico
Date of Death 10 July 1969
Age at Death 56
Charles Trumbull dies early Thursday
Charles Perry Trumbull, Jr., prominent business man and civic leader, died early this morning in a local hospital following an extended illness.
He was 56 years of age, and with the exception of a few years, had lived most of his life in Las Vegas.
Born here April 13, 1913, to Artless Browne and Charles P. Trumbull, he grew up here, attended the local public schools, and graduated from the Las Vegas High School, now Robertson, in 1931.
He received his B.A. degree from Highlands University in 1935 and his M.A. degree from the University of Michigan in 1936. For five years he taught in Flint, Mich., Junior College.
While in Flint he was united in marriage to Mildred Hegman, May 28, 1938. During World War II he worked as a chemist for AC Sparkplug Corp. in Flint. In 1946 the Trumbulls moved to Colorado Springs, Colo., where he was a partner in the Smith Equipment Co.
In 1948 he returned to Las Vegas to join his father in the insurance business, which he has continued to operate since his father's death.
For a number of years he was on the faculty of Highlands in the Business Administration Dept.
Always interested in civic affairs, he served as a City Councilman from 1962 to 1966; was chairman of the Las Vegas Development Co.; served on the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce; was a member and past president of the Rotary Club; served as Cub Scout Master for Cub Scout Pack 60 for many years; was a member of B.P.O.Elks Lodge 408; and belonged to the Las Vegas Golf Association until his illness.. Trumbull was a member of the State Board of Educational Finance.
Trumbull is survived by his wife, Mildred of the family home at 1237 Seventh Street; three sons, Charles P. Trumbull III, who is presently in Russia working with the U.S. Information Agency on Educational Exhibits, Jonathan M. Trumbull, a student at Highlands and David Scott Trumbull who will be a senior at Robertson next year; one sister, Mrs. William K. Wertz of Las Vegas; and three nephews, William C. Wertz of Albuquerque, Bruce and Richard Wertz of Las Vegas.
Trumbull's remains will be taken to Albuquerque for cremation. Time of the memorial service will be announced later by the Johnson Memorial Mortuary.
The family has requested that friends who wish tto show their respect may make donations to the Donnelly Library at Highlands or to the Carnegie Library.
Full Name: James Nelson Trumbull
Place of Death Drumright, Oklahoma
Date of Death June 13, 1932
Age at Death 83 Years
TRUMBULL RITES FRIDAY MORNING
Rev. Alva C. Brown Will Preach the Funeral Sermon
Last rites for James Nelson Trumbull , 83-year-old Drumright man who died early Monday of a stroke of paralysis suffered the Saturday before, will be held at the chapel fo the Stubblefield Funeral Home Friday morning, June 17.
The funeral service, which will be in charge of the Methodist church, will begin at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Alva C. Brown will preach the sermon and members of the church choir will provide the music. Burial will be in the north cemetery.
Trumbull, who had been a resident of Drumright the last 17 years, owned several rental houses here. His wife preceded him in death about five years ago. Surviving relatives included five sons and two daughters.
The sons are Clarence R., Western Ohio; Charles R., who lives in California; LaVurn, who resides in Kansas: Clark of Mackinaw, Mich. and Claude of Miltoncenter, Ohio. Two daughters are Mrs. Charles E. Showman, Napoleon, Ohio and Mrs. E. C. Carter, Washington, D.C.
Clarence R. Trumbull was the only relative who was able to come to Drumright for the funeral and burial.
Full Name: Emma J. (Trumbull) Mingos
Place of Death Towanda, PA
Date of Death September 27, 1911
Age at Death 75 years
Emma J. Mingos died at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Horton in Towanda last evening, age 75 yrs. Funeral announcement will be made later.
Full Name: Rodney Trumble
Place of Death San Francisco, CA
Date of Death November 17, 1996
Age at Death 43 years
TRUMBLE, Rodney Richard, Ph.D.— In San Francisco, November 17, 1996, at age 43. Survived by Agnes Trumble, mother; David Trumble, brother; David Forbes, domestic partner. Member of the Foreign Language Association. Services will be held Saturday, November 23, 1pm, All Saints Episcopal Church. Committal from Grace Cathedral, 3pm. Contributions may be made to Visiting Nurses & Hospice of San Francisco or All Saints Episcopal Church.
Full Name: William Warren Trumble
Place of Death Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Date of Death November 6, 1919
Age at Death 79 years
William Warren Trumble was born in Orangeville, New York, November 11, 1839, and died at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, November 6, 1919, lacking but five days of being eighty years of age. He spent his boyhood days in New York state, but came west when Kansas was young and home steaded near Marysville. He spent the most of his life in this state, leaving here about four years ago to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Agnes Gilbert of Stillwater, Oklahoma. In 1860 he was united in marriage with Miss Ellen Butler. To them were born eleven children eight of whom survive him, viz: Mrs. Lizzie Ryhnbolt, Mrs. Lee Stanford, Mrs. John Parks and C.G. Trumble of Greenleaf, Kansas; Mrs. Agnes Gilbert of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Mrs. Geo. Park of Solomon Kansas, Mrs. Minnie Cook of Beatrice, Nebraska, and Mrs. Ellen Graves of Fort Sill, Oklahoma. There are also thirty-two grand children and thirteen great grand children. There are two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Chas. Barthow of Marysville, Mrs. John Prettyman and Quince Trumble of Tacoma, Washington. The good wife and mother passed away nearly five years ago. His long life closed without a struggle. He went out like a sleep. He told his children that he had made peace with God and was anxious to go. He had been very lonely since the departure of the companion with whom he had lived for nearly fifty years and who had for several years been a cripple. There will be a uniting now. Here in an inn a stranger dwelt, here joy and grief by turns he felt; poor dwelling, now we close the door, the task is o'er, the sojourned returns no more. The funeral services were held on Monday, November 10, 1919, at the Methodist Episcopal church conducted by Rev. C. Cray Jones. Burial was made at Mt. James cemetery. The family has the sympathy of the community.