This is working out great, I have pieced together 23 of my family members so far.
My Great-Grandfather Eyon Treglazov, his wife Parashka and their daughter Sasha arrived on July 8th, 1906 aboard the German ship, The (1896) Pretoria.
His name was changed to Treglazoff using the Soundex reference system, then they moved through Canada where Parashka died of cancer and was buried in Canada.
Somehow, my Great-Grandfather made his way to Mexico and remarried a local, she died too. Not sure if they had children. (Nothing is known of Sasha Treglazov).
After that, he made his way north to Bakersfield, California. Once there, he married for the third time to a Molokan women who already had a family of her own.
Her name was Esther (Valkoff) Valoff, and they had several "more" children, giving them "Wolfe" as their middle names, they are:
Sarah Wolfe Treglazoff Prohoroff (San Marcos)
Grace Wolfe Treglazoff Samerin (??)
Pauline Wolfe Treglazoff (died in 1972)
Frank "Fish" Wolfe Treglazoff (died in 1962)
Simeon Volkoff Treglazoff (step-son)
Mary Treglazoff (??).
In the meantime, my Grandfather, William Wolfe Treglazoff I, who was also a widower, remarried and had;
My Father: Alex William Treglazoff + Marilynn William Shubin (Fresno),
My Uncle: William "Gus" Wolfe Treglazoff II + Mary Jane Samerin (died 1977&78),
My Aunt: Barbara Ann Treglazoff (??).
My Grandfather died within a year of my Fathers birth, so my Grandmother remarried Alex Loscutoff and gave birth to more children:
Jimmy Wolfe Treglazoff (??)
Johnny Wolfe Treglazoff. (??)
I also have three sisters:
Jayne Alex (soon)
Katzya Alex Williams.
All of us have found love and happiness outside the church.
I am the last living male Treglazoff that we know of, if there are anymore, please let me know. Thank you