Thank you for your response. I have not done very much research on Miguel or Antonio but I know they were with Francisco Villa during the Revolution. I also have a copy of a page from an El Paso newspaper where it states that Miguel and Antonio were brothers. As for Procopio, he appears to have been a low profile type person. I also have a document indicating that he was involved in politics.
I have been told by family members (on my grandmother’s side) that my grandmother attended the funeral of her father (Procopio) and that the funeral was well attended. It has been said that people from as far away as Juarez boarded a bus to attend the funeral.
It is my understanding that the Trillo family lived in a compound area near the city of Chihuahua. The compound consisted of several small houses, a large house and a wall surrounded the compound. My mother recalls seeing the compound when she was a little girl.
As for Doctor Procopio Trillo, he was a surgeon who specialized in women and children. We estimate that he was born sometime around 1870, give or take 5 years. I have been told that the Trillo family had a background in the field of medicine and were originally from Spain. We believe from the area around Avila, Spain. It has also been said that there is a Spanish crest for the Trillo family.
By the way, did Raphaela Diaz or Socorro ever mention anything about a Trillo compound? Did Raphaela ever talk about her childhood?
Hoping to hear from you.