Biography of Lobieski C. Trevett
Erie County, NY Biographies


Trevett, Lobieski C., East Hamburg, p. o. Webster's Corners, was born in the town of Concord, Erie county, N. Y., November 8, 1839; he was educated in the public schools and was formerly a miller by occupation, but at present is a farmer. August 7, 1862, he enlisted in Co. A, 116th N. Y. Vols., and was wounded in the battle of Plains Store, which was the preliminary battle to the reduction and capture of Port Hudson. With the exception of the time spent in the hospital, he participated in all the battles with his regiment and was honorably discharged June 8, 1865. November 7, 1870, he married Ellen Ayer of East Hamburg, and they have four children: Ira P., who is principal of Delavan Union School; Carrie P., Ethel A. and Karl A. Mr. Trevett's father, Asa R., was born in Vermont in 1805, and came to Concord with his parents at the age of fourteen years. He married Polly McClen, and they had four children; Albertus, Albina, Lobieski C. (as above), and Angella. Mrs. Trevett died in 1848, and for his second wife he married Mahala Fisher; they have one daughter, Kate. Mr. Trevett died February 1, 1890, and his widow in 1894. Mrs. Trevett's father, Putnam Ayer, was born in Vermont in 1807; he married Maria Rathburn, and they had eleven children: Mary M., Adaline, Julia A., Orville D., Ira, Ellen (as above), Emmett J., Frances M., Warren P., Frank and a baby not named. Mrs. Trevett's brother, Ira, was a soldier in the late war.

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The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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