Mary Trull

(12 March 1775 - December 1846)
     Mary Trull was christened on 12 March 1775 in St Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Powditch Trull and Mary Taylor.
     In Alice Powditch's will dated 5 August 1808 in Norwich, Norfolk, Mary Trull was named as heir; Alice Trull of the city of Norwich, widow, gives 20 pounds to Mr John Trull and small legacies to others, leaves the remainder of her estate to her two grand daughters Mary Trull, spinster and Alice Dye, wife of William Dye.
     In Mary Taylor's will dated before 4 September 1834, Mary Trull was named as executrix of the estate; Her executors were her daughter Mary and her nephew Adam Taylor, and had a deceased daughter Alice Dye(r).
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1846 in Norwich, Norfolk.
     Her will was proved on 23 December 1846 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Mary Trull, of the city of Norwich, spinster, mentiions Taylor relatiaves.

Mary Trull

(13 October 1780 - )
     Mary Trull was christened on 13 October 1780 in St John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of John Trull and Martha Ransome.

Mary Trull

(20 September 1633 - )
     Mary Trull was christened on 20 September 1633 in St George Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Richard Trull and Lucy Therkettel.

Mary Trull

(25 July 1716 - )
     Mary Trull was christened on 25 July 1716 in St Giles, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).
     Mary Trull married Benjamin Burdock on 27 September 1744 in St Mary in the Marsh, Norfolk.

Children of Mary Trull and Benjamin Burdock

Mary Trull

(29 December 1685 - before 1689)
     Mary Trull was christened on 29 December 1685 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Valentine Trull and Jane Turner.
     Mary died before 1689.

Mary Trull

(5 June 1689 - )
     Mary Trull was christened on 5 June 1689 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Valentine Trull and Jane Turner.

Mary Trull

(circa 1656 - )
     Mary Trull was christened circa 1656 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of William Trull.

Mary Trull

(before 1 January 1668/69 - )
     Mary Trull was born before 1 January 1668/69 in Thakeham, Sussex. She was the daughter of Nicholas Trull (of Thakeham) and Elizabeth Sewel.

Mary Ann Trull

(18 December 1807 - 3 March 1892)
MAry Ann Trull (Hooper) 1807-1892
     Mary Ann Trull was born on 18 December 1807 Her father died before her birth. in Highgate, London. She was the daughter of George Trull and Martha Copperwheat. Mary Ann Trull was christened on 17 January 1808 in St Mary Woolnoth & Woolchurch Haw, London. Jan 1808 Trull, Mary Ann, the daughter of the late George Trull and Martha his wife was born on the 18 December last and baptised on the 17th. She witnessed the second marriage of Matthew Gambell and Martha Trull on 24 August 1824 in St George, Bloomsbury, London.
     In Matthew Gambell's will dated 30 August 1824 in London, Mary Ann Trull was named as heir; The will of Matthew Gambell of Craven Buildings, Hoxton? in the parish of St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex, collector being of sound mind and in good health ...
I give ... to my dear wife Martha Gambell my freehold estate and situate and being formerly no. 3, no. 2 and no. 5 ... Place in the parish of ... Bethnal Green, Middlesex for her own use
I devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Martha Gambell ... estate and situated being formerly Collyers? Row? but now ...bury Road in the parish of St Matthew Bethnal Green, being no. 11, no. 12 & no. 14 for her own sold and separate use and ... in case she marry again and at .. give unto my daughter in law Mary Ann Trull the ... no. 14 ... now in the occupation ... in case she should marry ... without her husband interference ... with the said freehold property and at her death to her heirs for ever.
I will give ... unto my son in law Geo Trull the two houses no. 11 and no. 12 Stepney Road Hackney Road at the ... of his ... and at his death to his heirs for ever.
I will give ... unto my daughter in law Mary Ann Trull my freehold estate and situated no. 101 High St, Shoreditch in the occupation of ... Barber for her own sole and separate use ....
I give ... unto Wm Evans my son in law fifty? pounds at the .... of his mother? in survive ...
I give ... unto Louisa Denty my daughter in law fifty pounds at the death? of her mother in ... I give unto my two cousins Elizabeth & Deborah Hershaw?? five pounds each and a mourning ring each in case they should survive me
I give unto ... of Hoxton Town ... five pounds and a mourning ring in case he should survive me
I give unto Richard Palmer of Princes? Street, currier five pounds and a mourning ring in case he should survive me ... .... and a ..
I will give and desire and bequeath unto my dear wife Martha Gambell both real and personal property and effects belong to me whatsoever and wheresoever druing her natural life and at her decease my dear daughter in law Mary Ann Trull and appoint my dear wife Martha Gambell and Mary Ann Trull my daughter in law ly two executrix of this my last will and testament ... signed 20 day of August 1824, Matthew Gambell in the presence of John Phillips, 46 Gloucester St. Deborah Garrett, Gloucester St, Sarah Phillips, Gloucester St.
This is a codicil ... to my last will and testament bearing date 30 August 1824 I further will and bequeath to my dear wife Martha Gambell the freehold house and premises situated no. 17 North ... Street... Road in the parish of Islington now in the occupation Mr George Atkinson for her own use and benefit ... 29 January 1829, Matt: Gambell. Signed in the presence of Edmd Homersham, North Place, Kingsland Road, Harriett How... servant to M Gambell, the ...
Street being struck? out before signature?
She was an executor of Matthew Gambell's estate on 2 May 1829 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Mary Ann Trull and William Benjamin Hooper obtained a marriage licence on 21 July 1831 in London.
     Mary Ann Trull married William Benjamin Hooper, son of William Hooper and Mary [Darby] Bickley, on 8 September 1831 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex.
     Mary Ann Trull appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Martha Gambell and William Benjamin Hooper in Manchester Terrace, Islington.
     In William Trull's will dated 9 October 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire, Mary Ann Trull was named as heir; I William Trull do make my last will after my just debts are paid it is my wish to have secured to my dear wife Charlotte at least 150 pounds p.a. during her life or a larger sum if the propery permits it but if the property will not secure ... I bequeath to my dear niece Mary Ann Hooper and her children and to be secured to them after my wife's death all the income and all the property except my writing desk flutes fishing rods half the plate half the books half the paintings and half the engravings which I bequeath to her son William Hooper...I direct that no call or action be brought against my nephew G Trull of New York for any monies he may be indebted to me but let him have that advantage but nothing beyond it ... Robert Carter of Sussex Place executor. Wm Trull, late of 84 Duke St Liverpool.
     In Martha Gambell's will dated 3 May 1850 in Islington, London, Mary Ann Trull was named as executrix of the estate; I Martha Gambell of 2 Albion Villas Liverpool Rd, Islington Middlesex, widow do hereby revoke every will, codicil and testamentary disposition which I have heretofore made and declare this only be my last will and testament I direct that all my just debts and funeral and testamentary charges and expenses shall in the first place be paid by and out of the sum of £200 deposited with and now due and owing to me from my son in law Mr William Benjamin Hooper in whose house I now reside and subject to the payment thereof I direct that there shall also be paid out the said sum of £200 or the residue thereof after answering the purpose aforesaid the two legacies of £50 each bequeathed by the will of my late husband Matthew Gambell (of whose will I am an executor) to my son and daughter William Evans and Louisa Denty therein respectively named and I bequeath all the residue of my estate and effects of whatsoever nature or being unto my dear daughter Mary Ann Hooper wife of the said William Benjamin Hooper for own use and benefit absolutely and I appoint her my said daughter sole executrix. Dated 3 May 1850.
     She purchased the family grave at Highgate cemetery on 6 May 1850. The grave was to be occupied by her mother Martha Gambell in 1856, her husband William B Hooper in 1871, herself Mary Ann Hooper on 9 March 1892, and her children [Robert Hooper], Fred Hooper on 9 March 1915, George Hooper on 23 March 1916 and Mary Ann Gillham on 31 May 1920.
     Mary Ann Trull was recorded on the 1851 census in 2 Albion Villas, Liverpool Rd, Islington, London. Maria A Hooper, [William crossed out] 41, merchant's wife, born Highgate, Mdx; William Hooper, son, 16, clerk to father, born Islington; Maria Hooper, daughter, 10 scholar; Robert Hooper, son, 8, Frederick Hooper, son 4, all scholars, born Islington; Martha Gambell, mother in law, widow, 72, independent lady, born Bedford, Beds; Mary C? Hutchings, servant, 16, born Tottenham.
A George Copperwheat aged 28 was a greengrocer, with his family, at 9 Clift St, St Leonard Shoreditch, born Islington in the 1851 census; a Joseph Copperwheat, aged 29, watch finisher, born Islington and his family were residing at 40 Britt(Brittania?) Row, Islington.
She was an executor of Martha Gambell's estate on 21 May 1856 in PCC.
     Mary Ann Trull and William Benjamin Hooper appeared on the 1861 census in Mimms Village, South Mimms. William B Hooper, head, 57, retired London merchant, born London; Mary Ann wife 57 born Highgate; George, son, unmarried 23, hair jeweller, born Islington; Mary Ann, daughter unmarried, 20, born Islington; Eliza Green, house servant.
     In William Benjamin Hooper's will dated 16 May 1861 in South Mimms, Middlesex, Mary Ann Trull was named as heir; I William Benjamin Hooper of Cedar Cottage, Sth Mimms, co. Middlesex do hereby bequeath to my wife Mary Ann Hooper all ...
     Mary Ann Trull lived at Islington, London, between 1871 and 1890. She was an executor of William Benjamin Hooper's estate on 14 March 1871 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Mary Ann Trull appeared on the 1871 census in 342 Liverpool Road, Finsbury, Islington. Mary Ann Hooper, head, widow, aged 62, born Highgate; Frederick Hooper son, unmarried, 24, clerk - manchester ware?, Mary Ann Hooper, daughter, unmarried aged 30 both born Islington. Jane Edwards aged 34 was their general servant.
     Mary Ann Trull appeared on the 1881 census in 342 Liverpool Road, Islington. Mary Hooper, head, widow, aged 72, born Highgate, Middlesex, living on house property & dividends, with her daughter Mary aged 40 living on ground rents & dividends and son Frederick aged 34, an unemployed clerk, both unmarried and born in Islington. With them were a visitor Eleanor Cancy aged 7 born Earfield, Mdx and Ellen Hutchings aged 22, born Acton, a general servant.
     Administration of the estate of William Hooper was granted to Mary Ann Trull, on 23 May 1881 in PPR, Personal estate under £1000. Administration of the personal estate of William Hooper late of Brewhouse Yard St John Street and Finchley, both in the co. of Middlesex, Annatto and Blue manufacturer, a widower, who died 27 December 1840 at Finchley afsd left unadministered by William Benjamin Hooper and John James Hooper the sons and two of the next of kin was granted at the Prinicipal Probate Registry to Mary Ann Hooper of 342 Liverpool Road in the parish of St Mary Islington in the said county, widow, the administrator (with will) of the personal estate of the said William Benjamin Hooper. Former grant PCC January 1841.
     Mary Ann Trull made a will dated 21 February 1883 in Islington. Mary Ann Hooper of Stanmore Villa, Liverpool Rd, in the parish of St Mary Islington, Middlesex, widow... to my daughter Mary Ann Hooper all my furniture, linen, china, glass, books, prints, pictures, jewellery, wines and other household and personal effects save and except the plate and plated articles... I give and bequeath all my plate and plated articles unto my said daughter Mary Ann Hooper and my son George Hooper to be divided between them ... equally... I give and devise my two freehold houses numbers 6 & 7 Cambridge Terrace, St Peter's Islington afsd with their appurtenances unto my eldest son William Henry Hooper now residing in Deniliquin ... also £200 stock in the East India Railway Company I give and devise unto my said son George Hooper the freehold house no.22 Hackney Rd in the parish of Bethnal Green ... and to my son Frederick Hooper my three freehold houses 8,9 & 10 Cambridge Tce, St Peter's afsd ... I give and bequeath the leasehold house in the Liverpool Rd called Stanmore Villa in which I now reside and which I hold under lease from the Trustees of the late Miss Sebbon or their assigns ... unto my said daughter Mary Ann Hooper... I give and devise the freehold grave belonging to me situate in the Highgate cemetery and numbered 3635 square 13 to my said daughter Mary Ann Hooper in trust and to the intent that it may be used as the place of burial of any of my children... continued.
     Mary Ann Trull appeared on the 1891 census in Islington. Mary Ann Hooper, head, widow, aged 88?, living on her own means, born Highgate, Middlesex; Frederick Hooper, son, single, aged 44, retired warehouseman clerk, born Islington, London; Mary A Hooper, daughter, single, aged 50, living on her own means, born Islington; with a cook and a housemaid.
     Mary died of an apoplectic fit|The Argus reported: On the 3rd ult at Stanmore-villa, Liverpool road, Islington, London, Mary Ann Hooper, mother of W H Hooper of Deniliquin NSW, aged 83 years on 3 March 1892 in 'Stanmore Villa', 342 Liverpool Rd, Islington, London, aged 84. She was buried on 9 March 1892 in Highgate cemetery, London. The Hooper family gravestone reads: Also Mary Ann, widow of the above [William Bemjn Hooper] died 3 March 1892 aged 84? Deceased online states buried 5 March 1892.
     Her will was proved on 31 March 1892 at PPR. Probate was granted to her friend John Thomas Newbury MRCS, her estate was valued at £1102/1/8.

Children of Mary Ann Trull and William Benjamin Hooper

Mary Ann Trull

(circa 1808 - before 4 December 1846)
     Mary Ann Trull was born circa 1808 in England.
     Mary died before 4 December 1846 in London, St George Hanover Sq RD, England. She was buried on 4 December 1846 in All Souls Catholic cemetery, Chelsea, London, Middlesex, England.

Mary Ann Trull

(29 January 1832 - )
     Mary Ann Trull was christened on 29 January 1832 in St John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Edward Trull and Sophia Lovick.

Mody Trull

(5 February 1797 - )
     Mody Trull was christened on 5 February 1797 in St John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of John Trull and Martha Ransome.

Nathaniel Trull

(23 December 1666 - )
     Nathaniel Trull was christened on 23 December 1666 in Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Laurence Trull and Jane Brett.

Nicholas Trull

(September 1659 - )
     Nicholas Trull was christened in September 1659 in Thakeham, Sussex. A Nicholas Trull married mary Haughton by licence, 5 Sep 1723 at Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. He was the son of Nicholas Trull (of Thakeham).

Nicholas Trull (of Thakeham)

     Nicholas Trull (of Thakeham) married Elizabeth Sewel on 12 November 1667 in Thakeham, Sussex. She may have married Daniel Soale on 6 May 1680, but it may be a daughter. An Elizabeth Trull also married Richard Barnard on 30 Sep 1737 at Thakenham.

Child of Nicholas Trull (of Thakeham)

Child of Nicholas Trull (of Thakeham) and Elizabeth Sewel

Patriarch Trull

     Patriarch Trull was born in Norwich, Norfolk, England.

Children of Patriarch Trull

Priscilla Trull

(30 June 1728 - before 1750)
     She may be the Phillis Trull who was buried 3 Dec 1729 at St Edmund. She was not mentioned in her mother's will of 1750.. Priscilla Trull was christened on 30 June 1728 in St Giles, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).
     Priscilla died before 1750.

Rhoda Trull

(10 August 1788 - 25 February 1793)
     Rhoda Trull was christened on 10 August 1788 in St John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of John Trull and Martha Ransome.
     Rhoda was buried on 25 February 1793 in Norwich, Norfolk.

Rhoda Trull

(20 September 1795 - )
     Rhoda Trull was christened on 20 September 1795 in St John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of John Trull and Martha Ransome.
     Rhoda Trull married John Coleman on 25 December 1824 in St Bartholomew, Heigham, Norfolk.

Richard Trull

(4 September 1586 - )
     Richard Trull was christened on 4 September 1586 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Robert Trull and Mary Ladyman.
     Richard Trull married Lucy Therkettel on 14 August 1616 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England.

Children of Richard Trull and Lucy Therkettel

Richard Trull

(circa 1560 - )
     Richard Trull was born circa 1560. He was the son of Patriarch Trull.
     Richard Trull married Winefred Thompson on 9 November 1585 in Helhoughton, Norfolk.

Richard Trull

(25 February 1753 - )
     Richard Trull was christened on 25 February 1753 in St Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Henry Trull and Alice Powditch.
An unknown person was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 28 July 1767 in Norwich. He was apprenticed to Martin Booth, bookbinder.

Robert Trull

(5 October 1786 - )
     Robert Trull was born on 5 October 1786 in Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of William Trull and Ann Milford. Robert Trull was christened on 8 October 1786 in the Octagon Presbyterian church, Norwich, Norfolk. He presumably died young as he not mentioned by any of the surviving family.

Robert Trull

(circa 1530 - )
     Robert Trull was born circa 1530. He was the son of Patriarch Trull.
     He moved to Norfolk c 1558.
     Robert Trull married Margaret Skete on 6 October 1567 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk.
     Robert Trull was recorded in 1570 census in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk. Robert Trull of 40 yer, calendrer in work & Margaret his wife, of 30 yers, that spyn white warp & a child of 3/4 yer old, & hath dwelt here 12 yer, No alms. Indeferent. St Augustyns.
     Robert Trull married secondly Mary Ladyman on 14 April 1577 in St Saviour, Norwich, Norfolk. Robert employed an apprentice calenderer before 1 July 1586 in Norwich. William Wrenche the apprentice of Robert Trulle was made freeman of Norwich as a Calendrer, 28 Elizabeth.

Children of Robert Trull and Margaret Skete

Children of Robert Trull and Mary Ladyman

Robert Trull

(13 April 1589 - )
     Robert Trull was christened on 13 April 1589 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Robert Trull and Mary Ladyman.

Robert Trull

(13 February 1726 - before 1750)
     Robert Trull was christened on 13 February 1726 in St Giles, Norwich. He was the son of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).
     Robert died before 1750. He is not mentioned in his mother's will. A Robert Trull was buried June 1726 - no details in register..

Robert Trull

( - circa 1565)
     Robert died circa 1565 in Norwich, Norfolk.
     The administration of his estate was granted in 1565 at Norfolk.

Rose Trull

(before 17 April 1670 - )
     Rose Trull was born before 17 April 1670 in Norwich, Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of Laurence Trull and Jane Brett.

Samuel Trull

(25 January 1712/13 - 3 January 1789)
     Samuel Trull was christened on 25 January 1712/13 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. Samuell Trull, son of Larance Trull and Hannah [Sarah? This is probably a misreading of the badly water damaged register].. He was the son of Laurence Trull and Sarah Jay.
     Samuel Trull married Ann Tills, daughter of Richard Tills and Mary Unknown (Tills), in September 1738 in St Michael Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk.
     Samuel died Samuel Trull, widower, aged 76 years on 3 January 1789 in Norwich, Norfolk, aged 75.

Children of Samuel Trull and Ann Tills

Samuel Trull

(5 August 1632 - )
     Samuel Trull was christened on 5 August 1632 in St Martin at Palace, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of John Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).