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Our Trask family believes in God and The Holy Spirit.
As mortals, we pray for guidance and courage so that we may proceed appropriately.
We firmly believe that the premeditated murder of any innocent Being is wrong, sinister and evil.
We are a proud family of English speaking, gun carrying, tax paying, patriotic, conservative, American citizens.

If that offends you, our civilized society of laws and freedoms affords you the "Right" to leave.

"On guard 24/7 make our day."   


"America" - Home of "The Free" because of "The Brave".

What did you do today ... for Freedom?

"Made in America" Mikayla & Christopher

The Trask Web Pages

History, Stories, Library and Family Trees

My families Morris, May, O'Connor and McCormick connection.

Trask Family Reunions:
Steelville, Missouri, second Saturday in June, even numbered years.
Eagle Grove, Iowa, last Saturday in June, even numbered years.
Tillamook, Oregon, first Sunday in August at Trask County Park.
Organizers, please contact me.

Riley Kathleen Trask, born on June 6, 2007, daughter Brian and Kelly Trask
Luke Thomas Trask, born on December 5, 2004, daughter of Terry and Jessica Trask
Christopher Michael Coombs, born on Novermber 25, 2001, son of Maureen and Michael Coombs
Peyton James Tanner, born on November 11, 2000, son of Melisa Susan (Trask) and Josh Tyson Tanner
Austin Reid Trask, born on July 10, 2000, son of Steven and Jaimie Trask
Mikayla Rose Coombs, born on October 7, 1999, daughter of Maureen and Michael Coombs

The information contained within The Trask Web Pages is my attempt (as a wounded Mechanical Engineer - not a genealogist) to centralize the efforts of people involved in Trask surname research. Unlike the efforts of individuals that have annotated family information in the past, e.g., Family Bibles and Journals, the Trask family information compiled and presented here will not fade away, forever lost, with someone’s passing. Please appreciate, as you follow all the links in seconds, the hundreds of miles and hour's people have expended researching the history of "Our Trask Family".

The "R.W. Trask Family Home Page" and "The Trask Web Pages" are not associated with anyone or any organization, using a similar surname, soliciting your money for their Trask family information. If you have been solicited, please, contact me. There are several legitimate books that have been published by members of "our" family which I am proud to have purchased and elated to have received as a gift from their authors.

There are relevant links to other web sites from within the Trask Web Pages - you must use your Browser’s "back button" to return here. Those links are strictly for your edification, some are contained within { these brackets } - the obvious are not.

You can be assured that there is an abundance of space on this server, and we have the time, to present what ever Trask data and pictures that you consent to submit. Recording the life that our Trask ancestors have experienced will better serve future generations - rather than presenting a list of our ancestors existence unto itself. Your participation, e.g. personal interviews, attic, cellar and closet searches, will insure the safe preservation of Trask family information that is one breath away from ever being appreciated by us all.

Since September, 1995, "The Trask Web Pages" have grown to over twelve million bytes. Our Trask Data Base is larger than one hundred and thirty one million bytes. Please, contact me if you have any Trask family information (no matter how insignificant you presume it to be) to ... supplement, amend or append to these pages.

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Excellent Internet Resources

1983 Honda CB1000 Custom
my other passion.... 4
The Trask Family Genealogy Forum
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites
The Trask Page at
Type in Trask ....

Our System;
Our latest system, custom built by Alfa Computer includes;
MGC medium tower ATX case, Intel Pentium 4 3 Ghz. LGA775, Intel D915GAGL mATX A/V/L motherboard, 1024 MB. DDR/400 PC3200 RAM, WD80JD 80 GB. S-ATA HDD, Sony SATA DVDRW OEM, Radeon x1550 PCIxpress 128 MB.

After almost seven years of service, the boot sector on our hard drive and motherboard failed on November 2007
Uneec ATX Medium Tower case, AGI 300w power suply, Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz., Intel 845ebg2l motherboard
256 MB DDR/266, Maxtor 40GB ATA-133 7200 rpm hard drive, nVidia GeForce4 MX440 64MB AGP vidio card
Lucent 56k V.90 PCI modem, SB Live! 5.1 PCI sound card, Samsung 52x CDrom - custom built by Alfa Computer

Our old system let go in December 2001 - six years of reliable service.

Packard Bell - Force 487 CDWT (11-95)
pb600 mb, was Intel P75, 16 MB (60ns.) Ram, Connor 1.2 GB HD, Aztech SGW16 - 14.4, NEC 4x CDrom - no problems
Upgrades; PowerLeap + Intel 233 Mhz. MMX, 106 MB (60ns) Ram, WD 3.6 GB + Connor 1.2 GB HD, Creative 24x CDrom, Creative SB16, 3Com USR 56K Voice FaxModem, Creative Blaster 3D Banshee-VooDoo2, Labtec 3D speakers + Altec subwoofer

Creative Labs software never uninstalls efficiently.
AT&T Worldnet seriously lacks dependable connectivity. They let us all down - never again.
We continue to receive very negative comments about AT&T Worldnet from folks who fired them for the same reason.

Ask me about the Lapoint Destruction Company.

Family Tree maker - and - never again! What a rip off!

E-Cards, E-Greetings and advertiser e-mailed hyperlinks are hazardous marketing tricks.

Lannan Chevrolet - Olds Inc., Woburn, MA - never again!

1998 Chevy Tahoe LT 2d 4X4 5.7L "350R" - pictures - Its got some go......

Since 1973 computer I/O [Holorith cards, Basic, Fortran, CPM, DOS, DR Dos, Windows – Honeywell Series 60 (Level 66) Systems, XT's, AT's etc.] has become a component of my environment. Over these past ten years we've had a 286, 486DX, several Pentiums chips and now an MMX. In the same period of time we have a shelf full of extinct "stand alone" operating systems, e.g., Dos 3, 5, 6.1, Windows, Windows 3.11, Windows 95 and, very soon, Windows 98.

There does seem to be, relatively, fewer hassles per KB today.

One would think the government had enough to do fixing (rather than generating more of) itself, instead of breaking up something that works.
Microsoft products work for me. They are compatible with each other and the associated Internet pages are very informative.
Maybe moving their corporate flag pole one-hundred miles to the north would stop the insanity.

However, I do not appreciate the pace and the associated cost of constantly upgrading hardware and software.
"They" (the computer industry in general) certainly know how to entice the spoiled child in me....

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