History of Trenor Proctor Fackrell
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HISTORY OF TRENOR PROCTOR FACKRELL
PREPARED By MARLEY L. FACKRELL, GRANDSON
Trenor Proctor Fackrell was born 5 Oct. 1877, at Orderville, Kane County, Utah. He was the son of David Bancroft Fackrell who came from Grafton, Windham County, Vermont and Hannah Elizabeth Proctor who came from Preston, Lancashire, England. Trenor married Henrietta Letitia Parsons 2 Jan 1901 in the Logan Temple. Hettie, as she was called, was the daughter of Robert Nelson Parsons and Henrietta Louisa Rogers. Treen and Hettie became the parents of a large family: Robert Lynn, another son who died at birth, Reta, David Norman, Edna, Emma Louise, twin sons, Parsons LaMonde and Proctor LaMarr (who died at birth), Norelle, Gloria, Grace, De Eldon (who died two days after birth), T.P. Junior, and Wanalee.
Treen and Hettie went to Thomas, Bingham County Idaho in 1901 and took up a homestead one mile south and one-half mile west of the Thomas town site. They were both very active in church and community affairs. Treen worked for many years in the Mutual Improvement Association as a councilor and then as president. He directed the dances and entertainments of the Ward for many years, and both he and Hettie served on the Old Folks Committee for several years. Treen served as a trustee on the School Board and was a director for the Peoples Canal Company. He also was elected County Commissioner from District Three for one term.
Hettie served in the Primary, Sunday School, and Relief Society and has done much in Genealogy and in writing Histories.
They moved to Blackfoot, Bingham County, Idaho in 1948 where Treen took up the Real Estate business which he continued to do until he retired.
Treen and Hettie celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary on 2 Jan 1951.
Trenor Proctor Fackrell passed away 2 Nov 1957 in Salt Lake City, Salt
Lake County, Utah and was buried 26 Nov 1957 in the Riverside-Thomas Cemetery, Bingham County, Idaho.