Harry Parks and Bertha Sparhawk, 9 North 49 West

In 1880 Harlan County, Nebraska Charles Sparhawk is a shoemaker, 38, with Kate M. 37, Harry P. 11, Cliff D. 10, and Bert 8.
C.M. Sparhawk was an enumerator in the June 18, 1885 census of Frontier County, Nebraska.

Catherine M. Sparhawk "wife of C.M.Sparhwawk" is buried in Frontier County 1845-1896.

In 1900 Frontier County, Charles is the postmaster in Laird, widowed, 56, with son Bert 26 a hardware clerk.
Charles M. Sparhawk married Alice M. Freeland in Frontier County May 31, 1901.
Lucy Isabel Sparhawk 1903-1907, daughter of Charles M. and Alice M. Sparhawk is buried there.
In 1910 Frontier County, Charles is 64, married nine yearst o Alice F. 39 - she's had one chilid, not living. She's the only child of Anna B. Norwood, 66, widowed, living with them. So is her uncle William Norwood, single, 63.

Harry P. Sparhawk married Mary B. Johnson in Frontier County March 29, 1896, Book 1, page 496.
Cliff D. Sparhawk married Mary B. Roberts in Frontier County July 8, 1891.
In 1900 Frontier County, Nebraska, Harry is a day laborer, born July 1869 in New York, Mary B. March 1876 Pennsylvania, wtih Katie G. May 1897 and Alice Aug 1899.
One tree said Mary Bertha Johnson, was the daughter of Edward RR. Johnson, in Philadelphia in 1880, 41, with mry B. 32. Katie I. is 7, Mary B. 5, and Edward P. 2.
In 1900 Frontier County, Edward R. Johnson is an engineer, 61, Mary B. 52, with Edward 22, Charles W. 19, Luch A. 16, - these kids born in Pennsylvania, William 13, George H. 10, and Harriet 8 were born in Nebraska.
Edward is buried in North Platte "Edward Johnson, an old soldier who for several years had been a sufferer from cancer of the face, died early yesterday morning. He suffered greatly during the last few months of his life, but bore his burden patiently. He leaves a wife and six children, three of the latter being residents of the city. The deceased was a brother of Rev.Peter C.Johnson, who arrived from Tecumseh last night to attend the funeral. The funeral of tho late Edward R. Johnson was held from the residence, Wednesday afternoon, members of tho W. R. C. and thoe G. A. R. attending in a body. Tho deceased was a veteran of the civil war.

In 1910 Frontier County, Nebraska, Harry is a plaster mason 41, born in Massachusetts, married 14 years to Bertha 34, Pennsylvania. Katie 12, Alice 10, Edward 7, and harry nine months were born in Nebraska.
1911 McCook, Nebraska "Mrs. C.M. Sparhawk and Miss May Wood, of Maywood, Nebraska, who hae been guests of Mrs. L.E. Hanford, departed for home Monday Eevening."

Harry proved up two quarters in 30, 9N 49W in 1915.

In 1920 Logan County, Harry is farming, 51, born in Vermont, Bertha M. 44 Pennsylvania, Edward M. 16 is a farm laborer, Harry P. 10, Charles F. 7, Nebraska, and Harriet B. 2, born in Colorado.
In 1930 Logan County, Harry is a plasterer, 61, Bertha 54, Harry P. 20, Francis 18, and Harriett 12 have no occupations.

Harry Park Sparhawk 1869-1953 is buried in Frontier County, Nebraska # 65770808

California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Name:Harry Park Sparhawk
Birth Date:4 Jul 1868
Birth Place:New York
Death Date:13 Feb 1953
Death Place:Contra Costa
Mother's Maiden Name:Cook
Father's Surname:McDonough

If anyone knows where Harry was between 1930 and 1953 - or what Bertha did after 1930 please let us know.

In 1949 Harold Sparhawk graduated from the eighth grade at Fairfield.

In 1920 Yuma County, Colorado, Mary Alice is 19, married to Cleo Trout, a farmer 26, with Bernice 3 and Florence 1.
They're in Elbert County, Colorado in 1930.

Mary A. 1899-1953 # 49771039 and Cleo L. 1893-1968 are buried in Deer Trail, Colorado.
Their daughter Bernice T. Roberts # 102847287 is buried in Ross County, Ohio 1916-1992.

Harriet Sparhawk Trettenero has an infant buried in Fleming, Colorado.
In 1940 Cheyenne County, Nebraska, Harriet 23, is married to Sam Trettereno, 24, with his brothers Albert and Atteilo living with them. So is her brother Francis Sparhawk, 28.
They had Stanley Ray Trettenero August 13, 1945 in Contra Costa County, California.
Sam died April 25, 2009 in Richmond, California, Harriet Nov 30, 2005 in Richmond.

Harriette B. Trettenero, born September 12, 1917, passed away Wednesday, November 30, 2005. Harriette lived a life longer than most--88 years. Her marriage also surpassed the lives of many, lasting more than 70 years! As a teen, Harriette married Sam Trettenero. The young couple later moved to Contra Costa County, where Harriette worked at one of the Kaiser shipyards in Richmond. Rosie "The Riveter" got most of the attention working on airplanes, but Harriette "The Welder," served equally well, producing ships and other material for the United States Navy.
In addition to being industrious, Harriette loved to square dance, learning from her dad who was a fiddle player. She also enjoyed listening to the old hymns of the church. And Harriette had a green thumb, especially when it came to roses. Her favorite was "Joseph's coat of many colors," which produced flowers of various hues from a single bush.
Harriette has left a tremendous legacy. She is survived by her faithful husband, Sam Trettenero of El Sobrante; her beautiful daughter, Sharon Gregonis, and her devoted son, Stan Trettenero, both of Livermore; two adorable grandchildren; and five precious great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be Wednesday, December 7, 11:00 - 12:30 pm at the Chapel of the Mission Bells in San Pablo. The funeral will follow at 1:00. Interment will be at Rolling Hills Memorial Park in Richmond.

Sam Trettenero Resident of El Sobrante Visitation 5/1, 11am- 1pm.
Funeral 5/1, 1pm. Wilson & Kratzer 510-232-6552.
Published in Contra Costa Times on Apr. 29, 2009

Stan Trettenero of Livermore died Dec. 5. He was 68.
Trettenero was raised in El Sobrante, Calif. and attended DeAnze High School, graduating in 1963. After high school, he worked for Ortho, Standard Oil and worked on the BART Ashby Station. He later attended the Colorado School of Trades where he earned his Gunsmithing degree. He worked for Armanino Gun Shop in South San Francisco. In 1982 he joined Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) as a mechanical technologist. He worked at LLNL for 23, years retiring in 2005.
He enjoyed riding his Harley, showing and driving his Corvettes and vacationing in Jamaica. He was an extraordinary man and a loving husband who always supported his family and friends.
Trettenero is survived by his wife of 38-years, Judy, along with his sister Sharon (Mel) Gregonis and sister-in-law Linda (Dennis) Homer. He also is survived by nephews David and Mike Gregonis and Derrick Homer and their families.
Services are being held at Callaghan Mortuary in Livermore, on Thursday, Dec. 12. A viewing is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. followed by the memorial service at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society or the Heart Association.

Sam's parente Attilo "Tilio" Tretternero 1873-1922 # 58153018 and Margaret 1878-1962 are buried in Sterling.

Charles Francis Sparhawk, born Jan 31, 1912, died Feb 7, 1994 in Shasta County, California, mother Johnson.
He's buried in Angels Camp 1912-1994, # 98867043, with Esther (Wagner) Sparhawk 1918-1983.

Katie Sparhawk married John "Horne" "November 30, 1916, recorded in Logan COunty.

Katherine (Sparhawk) Horner 1897-1962 is buried in Sterling # 42755399, with John C. Horner 1895-1970
In 1940 Chelan County, Washington, Harry is a truck driver, 30, with Fern 33 born in Nebraska. Adrain, son, 17 was born in Oklahoma.
Harry Park Sparhawk 1909-1995 # 37673080 is buried in Wenatchee, Washington
WENATCHEE - Harry P. Sparhawk, 85, a 59-year resident of Chelan County, died Monday, March 27, 1995, in Parkside Rehab and Care Center.
He was born July 1, 1909, to Harry P. and Mary Bertha (Johnsen) Sparhawk at Maywood, Neb.
He married Fern Sawdey on Nov. 7, 1931, in Nebraska. They moved to Cashmere in 1936 and to Wenatchee in 1942.
Mr. Sparhawk worked as a mechanic on construction equipment.
He was a member of the Wenatchee Eagles Lodge No. 204 and the Wenatchee Teamsters Union No. 148.
He is survived by a sister, Harriet Trettenero of El Sobrante, Calif.; a stepson, Adrian L. Beamer of Wenatchee; and two grandchildren, Adrianne Sherard of Brea, Calif., and Scott Beamer of Fayetteville, Ga. He was preceded in death by his wife on Sept. 18, 1985, two brothers and two sisters.


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