It's been awhile since I've looked through my Trine file.If you are still interested in sending me your info, I would greatly appreciate your help.I think the GED format would be best.
I have copy of the 1843 file of the Order for the Partition of the Real Estate of George Trein Jun. dec'd.Do you have this?It is from the Orphans court of Berks County.This would concern George Trein (son of George and M. Barbara Trein) married to Elizabeth Reber. This petition was made 7 april 1843 by Jonas Trein.
It states that George Trein died intestate on the 14 day of March 1839.Leaving widow Elisabeth and 8 children; with John Trein the eldest son and heir is also intestate leaving a widow named Polly and four children, Nathan and Sepina for which Peter Mayer is guardian, and Catyanna and George for which John Cresly is guardian.Also Jonas Trein, William Trein, Thomas Trein and Aron Trein - also sons of said deceased.Esther the wife of Samuel Camp, Lidia the wife of John Dankel and Mary the wife of Henry Smith being daughters of said deceased.Signatures are included being: Elizabeth Trine (widow of George); Magdalena Treine (widow of John Trein dec'd); Peter Moyer (guardian of Nathan and Sepina Trein of John Trein dec'd) John Kresly (guardian of Cayanna and George Trein, heirs of John Trein decd); Jonathan Trine; William Trine; Thomas Trine; Aaron Trine; Samuel Camp and his wife Esther Camp; John Dankel and his wife Lidia Dankel; Henry Smith and his wife Mary Smith.I spelled these Trine's as well as I could decipher the handwriting.
On another note, I have found a Johan Georg Threin listed aboard the ship Betsey, arriving in Philadelphia16 Oct 1768.If George Trein was born in 1752, he would be 16 at the time and listed as male.I think this is a good time frame for George to have come over.Do you have George Trein (married to M. Barbara Saeger) bor 1753 in Germany?
Hope to hear from you.I would be happy share any other info that you would like.