The grave of Anete Trayman (1884-1913), located in the “non-believers” corner of the Latvian cemetery. Trayman (Treimane) was the wife of John Edward Trayman (Jānis Edvards Treimanis) and the mother of Albert Trayman. According to the 1910 federal census, the family immigrated to the U.S. in 1907. It is interesting to note the backwards “N” on the gravestone, which suggests that whoever carved it may have been more familiar with the Russian language, although the Russian “И” is the English “I.” (Photo by Andris Straumanis)
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The file may be found online at https://straumanis.com/2017/lincoln-county-colony/lincoln-trayman/.