There was a Trazimon Frderick (I'm sure this should be Trasimon Frederick) who married a Miss Rachel Linscomb on Jan 3, 1865; Tresimo (This name was probably Tresimon) Frederick married Mrs. Mary Granger on July 10, 1895.
These were in Orange County, Texas. If you will write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I will check on possible children for you tomorrow. I'm about cross-eyed right now and need to go to bed.
My Granger ancestors names have been spelled Traveal, Treville, Trasimon, Trasimond, Tressimon, and Tresmo. It just depended on who was doing the writing because few people could write and spell even in the late 1880s. The census takers, clerks in the court house, etc, spelled the names like they sounded and the French left off (or dropped) the pronunciation of the last syllable of a word or name. Granger (my maiden name) has been spelled Grange`, Grahn zhe, Grahn ja - because that's how it sounded. Another ancestor's name is Peveto and, to date, I have found kin with THIRTY EIGHT DIFFERENT SPELLINGS of the Peveto name.
So write to me and I'll answer in an easier way to send the info to you.
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