Joseph Trebon - line 8
Source - Year: 1870; Census Place: Lester, Black Hawk, Iowa; Roll: M593_377; Page: 445A; Family History Library Film: 545876
Joseph Trebon - line 16
Source - Year: 1880; Census Place: Lester, Black Hawk, Iowa; Roll: 327; Page: 494D; Enumeration District: 053
Joseph Zewiske - line 60
Albert Trebon - line 95
Source - Year: 1900; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: 420; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 41; FHL microfilm: 1240420.
Albert Tribon - line 86
Herman Rudolph - line 89
Source - Year: 1910; Census Place: Lester, Black Hawk, Iowa; Roll: T624_392; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0029; FHL microfilm: 1374405
Tribons Mark 50th Year at Independence
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Tribon (above) will celebrate their golden wedding on Monday. They will have open house from 2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. On Sunday they will be honored at a dinner in the Legion hall, Dunkerton. Friends and relatives have made the arrangements for a 1 o'clock dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Tribon were married in Fairbank township by Rev. H. W. Luckensmeyer. They lived on their farm for six years, then moved to Dunkerton for eight years. The past 36 years they have lived in Independence where Dr. Tribon owned a feed barn and livery stable on the west side, which many years ago was converted into a dairy plant.
Dr. Tnbon practiced the veterinary profession for 50 years and is still active.
Mrs. Tribon is active in politics, civic, church and lodge affairs.
Source - Waterloo Daily Courier - Apr 26, 1946
Ex-Veterinarian Dies at Age 98 In Independence
Funeral services for longtime veterinarian Dr. Albert Tribon, 98, who died Wednesday night at his home here, will be 2 p. m. Friday at the White Funeral Home chapel.
Burial will be in Littleton cemetery.
He was born in Black Hawk county, and attended rural schools there. He studied to become a veterinarian, passed the examination in Ontario, Canada, and received a license from the Veterinary Science Association of London.
Dr. Tribon came to Independence in 1910, and later took special work at Iowa State University. He had been retired from active work in recent years, but kept up his veterinary license.
Surviving are a brother, Joe, 91, of Sumner; several nieces and nephews. His wife died in 1958.
Source - Waterloo Daily Courier - Dec 12, 1963