Territorial Women's Memorial Rose Garden
Edith was born in 1872. She came to Arizona first in 1905 and again in 1921. She married Samuel R. Trengove, a mining engineer who was postmaster at Iron King, Crown King and Blue Bell. They had a son, Kenyon.

The Trengoves had the Crystal Ice and Coca-Cola business. Edith was a musician and an organist for the Congregational Church, where she was also president of Fellowship. A member of the Monday Club, she played for the 13th Annual Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs program in Prescott.

Edith died in September 1949 and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery.

Donor: Kenyon Trengove

Additional documentation and photographs may be available in the Sharlot Hall Museum Archives and Library.