Born: August 25, 1871 in Franklin Falls
Died: June 5, 1956
Married: Rogene T. Vosburgh
Fred T. Tremble lived in Saranac Lake from 1895 to 1956.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, June 9, 1956 FRED TREMBLE FUNERAL RITES
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. today at the Fortune Funeral Chapel, Saranac Lake, for Fred T. Tremble, who died Wednesday at an area nursing home.
Rev. Sidney T. Ruck officiated, Burial followed at Pine Ridge Cemetery.
Mr. Tremble was born at Franklin Falls on August 25, 1871. He was educated in district schools, Mexico High School and Albany Business College.
As a young boy he worked on his father's farm and in his father's country store and post office. After his father's death Mr. Tremble was appointed post master and operated the country store for a number at yeans.
He came to Saranac Lake in 1895 and worked for Aaron Goldsmith Dry Goods and Clothing store for $8 per week from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily and on Saturday nights as late as 11 p.m.
In 1896 he began to work for Branch and Callanan Contractors and Builders as a bookkeeper for $10 a week. The work, which included that of timekeeper for 150 men, found him on found job at 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. and sometimes as late as 11 p.m.
In 1897 Mr. Tremble went to work in the Adirondack National Bank as bookkeeper and teller for $10 weekly. Banking hours were an improvement to the man who watched Saranac Lake grow. He worked from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and was with the bank 23 yeans. He became cashier and a director and during this time saw the total resources advance from $150,000 to over $1,000,000.
Mr. Tremble resigned the bank position to enter the automobile business. He purchased the Riverside Garage, now the Buick Garage, on River Street. He gave up the garage in 1935, during the Depression, and was then with Paul Smith's Electric Light and Power and Railroad Company as cashier for 13 years.
He had also been High Priest of Wannetea Chapter, Royal Arch Masons.
(Mr. Tremble's obituary was delayed in reaching the Enterprise, as the octogenarian had sealed the details in an envelope to be opened at the time of his death by his nephew, H. Beaman Tremble, of Syracuse. Due to an unavoidable delay Mr. Tremble could not reach Saranac Lake until yesterday afternoon.)
Besides his nephew, H. Beaman Tremble, survivors include a nephew, Dr. George Tremble, of Port Chester, and a niece, Mrs. Alice Vosburgh, of Buffalo.
Malone Farmer, October 12, 1904
The bride is the daughter of the well-known game protector, Isaiah Vosburgh, who gave her away. Miss Mauce E. Otis [sic] was maid of honor and Misses Carrie O'Brien, Milo O'Brien [sic], Maude E. Corey and Bessie Cantwell officiated as brides maids. Mr. E. L. Gay acted [sic, probably E. L. Gray] acted as best man and Messrs. Wm. O'Brien, S. J. Appleyard, Bradford B. Flint and C. F. Robertson as ushers. The altar of the church was beautifully decorated and a large congregation gathered to witness the nuptials. After a reception at the home of the bride's parents on St. Bernard street the happy couple departed for the exposition at St. Louis.