My father-in-law was her older brother, and he speaks most affectionately about her. I don’t have any stories about her; maybe I can rectify that over the next few months.
These three photos are all that remain aside from a few school papers. The one above showing her reading a book is my favorite. I can see the resemblance to her brothers and parents.
The name “Tremaine” originates with her ancestors in England; her grandmother, Mary Tremaine Prisk, emigrated to the U. S. as a small child around 1864. There is also a “Lady Tremaine” in the family for which we have a photo but not a clearly defined connection.
In addition to her original headstone shown here, her name is engraved on the back of her parents’ shared headstone. I was able to take this photograph when her oldest brother Wilber died in 2014 and we visited the cemetery.