William Trull

(7 May 1780 - 11 November 1843)
     William Trull was christened on 7 May 1780 in St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of William Trull and Ann Milford. William Trull witnessed George Trull and Martha Copperwheat's wedding on 18 January 1806 in St Thomas, Southwark, Surrey.
     27 Dec 1814 in a St Sepulchre poor law application, Mary Lambert, spinster stated that in August 1812 she was hired as a servant Mr Trull of Dove Court, St Mary Woolnoth, as cook, shop keeper and stayed a year and 9 months. William Trull and John Trull were listed in a directory dated from 1817 to 1819 as Trull, W & J, merchants at 23 Nicholas Lane, Lombard St, London. In 1817 only #23 was listed (with others) Trull, William & son, merchants Nicholas Lane Lombard St. The Kings Arms Yard was 110 yds long and had 19 houses.
He was not listed 1813, 1814, 1815; 1816 wanting at SoG. 1838 Not listed 1839.
     His portrait was willed to Ella Hooper (Jeremy) by his niece Mary Ann Hooper (Gillham) in 1919. A copy is held by GAA Hooper.
He went to South America on business. William Trull and John Trull were listed in a directory dated from 1819 to 1824 as Trull, Wm & John, merchants at 4 Packers Crt, Coleman St., London. William Trull and John Trull were listed in a directory dated 1819 as J & W Trull, dry goods importers at 6 South Charles, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. John & William set up bachelor quarters in Baltimore, Maryland and established a dry goods commission business at 171 1/2 Market Street, later called Baltimore Street.
     William Trull lived at St Paul Street, north of Pleasant St, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1824. He and John Trull were listed in a directory dated 1825, 1827 & 1829-30 as Trull, William & John at 9 Kings Arms Yard, Coleman St, London.
     William Trull, gent iinsured property at 52 Walcot Place, Lambeth Rd with the Sun Insurance Office on 7 Feb 1826. William Trull was listed in a directory dated 1832, 1835 & 1840 as Trull, William at London. In 1837 he was listed at 51 Coleman Street.
     William Trull and Charlotte Carter obtained a marriage licence on 4 August 1838 in London.
     Charlotte Wood married secondly William Trull on 8 August 1838 in Christ Church, St Marylebone, London.
     From Wm. Trull of Coventry 27 Apr 1839. documents held at Manchester Archives and Local Studies: Suggesting the R.M.I. exhibit nine tapestries by Raphael and Leo, which he wishes to send for £15,000. Prefers to sell them in Britain, but may be forced to go to France or Russia. Hopes an exhibition would produce a purchaser.
From Wm. Trull of Coventry. Will visit Manchester to discuss setting up the exhibition. M6/1/56/377 23 May 1839
From Wm. Trull sending pamphlets on the Raphael Tapestries. M6/1/56/378 No date.
From Wm. Trull in Manchester. M6/1/56/388 3 July 1839. Documents held at Manchester Archives and Local Studies: Gives some history of the Raphael Tapestries. Refers to article in the Philosophical Magazine, May 1839
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     He wrote in American journal of science and arts, v. 37 on the effects of light and air on his Raphael tapestries.
     To W. Trull of Boulogne sur Mer, France. M6/1/49/3/p114 15 Apr 1842
Documents are held at Manchester Archives and Local Studies: The Council are favourable to the idea of exhibiting his Raphael Tapestries while the British Assoc. is meeting, but wish to know what expense they would be subject to
. He was listed in a directory dated between 1842 and 1844 as Wm Trull, merchant at London.
     William Trull made a will dated 9 October 1842 in Liverpool, Lancashire. 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.
     William died on 11 November 1843 in 84 Duke Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, aged 63.
     His will was proved on 25 November 1844 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     The administration of his estate was granted to George Trull on 2 July 1859 at Baltimore, Maryland, USA. George's daughter Jane Barklie Trull was allotted $28.11, and the four sons received $28.10 each. This must have been the proceeds of his American estate only.

William Trull

(before 14 April 1572 - )
     William Trull was born before 14 April 1572 in Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Robert Trull and Margaret Skete.

William Trull

(9 November 1777 - )
     William Trull was christened on 9 November 1777 in St John de Sepulchre, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of John Trull and Martha Ransome.

William Trull

(before 1625 - before 22 November 1685?)
     William Trull was born before 1625. He was the son of Patriarch Trull.
     William Trull was mentioned in the 1670-1672 hearth tax list in St Martin at Palace, Norwich, Norfolk. He was exempt from the tax.
     William died before 22 November 1685? In Norwich, Norfolk. He was buried on 22 November 1685? In St Martin at Palace, Norwich. There is no evidence for this particular William being the deceased.

Children of William Trull

William Trull

(20 March 1658 - )
     William Trull was christened on 20 March 1658 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of William Trull.
     William Trull married Elizabeth Unknown (Trull) before 1699.

Child of William Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull)

William Trull

(before 1565 - )
     William Trull was born before 1565 in Norfolk, England. He was the son of Patriarch Trull.
     William Trull married Barbara Sadler on 9 May 1585 in Heacham, Norfolk, England.

William Barklie Trull

(31 July 1830 - 10 March 1831)
     William Barklie Trull was born on 31 July 1830 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was the son of George Trull and Anna Barklie.
     William died on 10 March 1831 in Baltimore, Maryland.

William Evans Trull

(15 January 1841 - 30 July 1912)
     William Evans Trull was born on 15 January 1841 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was the son of George Trull and Anna Barklie.
     William Evans Trull married Anna R Senseney on 17 May 1870 in Wheeling, West Virginia, USA.
     William Evans Trull appeared on the 1880 census in Manhattan, New York. William E Trull, aged 35, born Maryland, married, white male, Inv. Button Hole Machine, relationship to head: James D. WARING - other.
     William Evans Trull lived at 18 Virginia Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey, circa 1880.
     William Evans Trull married secondly Ellen I Norris on 2 June 1887 in New York, New York, USA.
     William died on 30 July 1912 in 630 North 32nd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, aged 71. He was buried in Loudon Park cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.

Children of William Evans Trull and Anna R Senseney

William Evans Trull

(26 September 1873 - 19 January 1942)
     William Evans Trull was born on 26 September 1873 in Wheeling, West Virginia, USA. He was the son of William Evans Trull and Anna R Senseney.
     William Evans Trull lived at 317 East 196th Street, New York, in the late 1890s to 1919.
     William Evans Trull married Adelin Grace Hunken on 2 June 1897 in New York.
     William Evans Trull lived at 24 Claremont Avenue, Mt Vernon, New York, from 1919 until 1942.
     William died on 19 January 1942 in Mt Vernon, New York, USA, aged 68. He was buried in Kensico cemetery, Valhalla, New York.

Children of William Evans Trull and Adelin Grace Hunken

William Evans Trull

(24 March 1898 - 12 March 1903)
     William Evans Trull was commonly known as Bill. He was born on 24 March 1898 in 933 Home St, the Bronx, New York, USA. He was the son of William Evans Trull and Adelin Grace Hunken.
     William died on 12 March 1903 in 317 East 196th Street, New York, USA, aged 4. He was buried in Kensico cemetery, Valhalla, New York.

Agatha or Albreda Trussebut

( - between 1246 and 1247)
     Agatha or Albreda Trussebut was the daughter of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt.
     Agatha or Albreda Trussebut married William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir) as his second wife, circa 29 September 1198. She was the widow of Hamo, son of Hamo, who was born c.1165 and died 1196-98. She had no issue.
     Agatha died between 1246 and 1247.

Geoffrey Trussebut

     Geoffrey Trussebut was born. He was of Riby, Lincs and had a daughter Emma.. He was the son of William Trussebut and unknown Pain.

Geoffrey Trussebut

(circa 1154 - between 1187 and 1190)
     Geoffrey Trussebut was born circa 1154. He was the eldest son. He was the son of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt.
     Geoffrey died between 1187 and 1190. He died without issue before Michaelmas 1190.

Hilary Trussebut (Boullers)

( - 1241)
     Hilary Trussebut (Boullers) was the daughter of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt.
     Hilary died in 1241. She left no issue..

Richard Trussebut

     Richard Trussebut was the son of William Trussebut and unknown Pain.
     Richard Trussebut lived at Riby, Lincolnshire, England, 1194.

Robert Trussebut

(circa 1157 - 1193)
     Robert Trussebut was born circa 1157. He was the son of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt.
     Robert died in 1193. His sister Agatha was co-heiress.

Rose Trussebut

(circa 1151 - 1194)
     Rose Trussebut was also known as Trusbut in records. Rose Trussebut was also known as Rohese in records. She was born circa 1151. She was aged 34 in 1185, 1st sister & co-heir of Robert and daughter of William Trussebut.. She was the daughter of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt.
     Rose Trussebut married Everard de Ros, son of Robert de Ros and Sibyl de Valognes.
     Described as the daughter of Wiliam Trussebut and 34 years old, she was in the King's gift in 1185, having two sons of whom the elder was aged 13; she held dower in Strocton, co. Lincoln, worth 15li yearly. Her elder son Robert succeeded in 1194 to her share of the Trussebut inheritance..
     Rose died in 1194. She was living in the summer of 1194 and died before Michaelmas 1196..

Children of Rose Trussebut and Everard de Ros

William Trussebut

     William Trussebut married unknown Pain.
     He witnessed c. 1126 a confirmation charter of Henry I to the abbey of Lessay.
     Early in the reign of Stephen, in1128 as Castellan of Bonneville-sur-Touques, he successfully put to flight Geoffrey count of Anjou and his troops for the neighbouring town of Touques..

Children of William Trussebut and unknown Pain

William Trussebut

(circa 1159 - before 1193)
     William Trussebut was born circa 1159. He was the son of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt. William was Prebendary of Lincoln.
     William died before 1193.

William Trussebut Lord of Warter

(circa 1130 - between 1175 and 1176)
     William Trussebut Lord of Warter was also known as William Trussebut II in records. He was born circa 1130 in England. He was the son of William Trussebut and unknown Pain.
     William Trussebut Lord of Warter married Aubrey de Harcourt, daughter of Rollo de Harcourt and Roese Peverell.
     In 1166 he held 10 knight's fees in Yorkshire.
     William died between 1175 and 1176 in Yorkshire.

Children of William Trussebut Lord of Warter and Aubrey de Harcourt

Aergul Lawhir ap Tryffin

     Aergul Lawhir ap Tryffin was born in Wales. He was the son of Tryffin Farfog ab Aed Brosc King of Dyfed.

Child of Aergul Lawhir ap Tryffin

Alice Tub

(before 1730 - )
     Alice Tub was born before 1730 in England.
     Alice Tub married William Rich on 2 May 1746 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. William Rich of Tuxford, weaver, 30, widow & Alice Tub, of Sutton on Trent, aged 30, spinster, at Tuxford.

George Tucker

     George Tucker married Elizabeth Cook Woodman, daughter of John Woodman and Maria George, on 1 June 1836 in Esher, Surrey.

Josephine Tuckett

(1862 - 29 October 1954)
     Josephine Tuckett was born in 1862 in Maryborough, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Richard Tuckett and his wife Mary Reid.
     Josephine Tuckett married John Robertson, son of Duncan Robertson and Isabella Sinclair, in 1889 in Victoria.
     Josephine Tuckett lived at Burns Street, Maryborough, Victoria, 1908.
     Josephine died on 29 October 1954 in Mitcham, Victoria.

Children of Josephine Tuckett and John Robertson

Thomas Tudday

     Thomas Tudday married Anne Noble, daughter of Walter Noble and Margery Unknown (Corraye).

Catherine ferch Tudor ap Robert Vychan

( - 27 August 1591)
     Catherine ferch Tudor ap Robert Vychan was born in Berain, Wales. Catherine of Berain, daughter and heir of Tudur ap Robert, relict of Sir Rd Clough.
     Ancestor of the Wynns of Llywn, represented in the female line by Llewellyn Watkin Howell Tringham, of Nequis Hall, co. Flint (see Burkes Landed Gentry).
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     Catherine ferch Tudor ap Robert Vychan married Morris Wynne as his third wife, after 1569 in Wales.
     Catherine died on 27 August 1591 in Wales.

Children of Catherine ferch Tudor ap Robert Vychan and Morris Wynne

Dingad ap Tudor Trefor

     Dingad ap Tudor Trefor was born in Wales. He was the son of Angharad ferch Hywel Dda.
     Dingad ap Tudor Trefor married Cecily ferch Seferws, daughter of Seferws ap Cadwr (?) and Lleucu ferch Morgan Mawr.

Child of Dingad ap Tudor Trefor and Cecily ferch Seferws

Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland

(1489 or 1491 - )
     Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland was born in 1489 or 1491 in England. She was the eldest daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, she was 12 at her marriage.
     Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland married James, IV, King of Scotland, son of James, III, King of Scotland and Margaret, Princess of Denmark, on 8 August 1503 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire. Wikipedia states: In a ceremony at the altar of Glasgow Cathedral on 10 December 1502, James confirmed the Treaty of Perpetual Peace with Henry VII of England. By this treaty James married Henry's daughter Margaret Tudor. After a wedding by proxy in London, the marriage was confirmed in person on 8 August 1503 at Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh. Their wedding was commemorated by the gift of a Book of Hours. The union produced four children plus two stillbirths:
James, Duke of Rothesay (21 February 1507, Holyrood Palace – 27 February 1508, Stirling Castle)
A stillborn daughter at Holyrood Palace on 15 July 1508.
Arthur, Duke of Rothesay (20 October 1509, Holyrood Palace – Edinburgh Castle, 14 July 1510).
James V (Linlithgow Palace, 15 April 1512 – Falkland Palace, Fife, 14 December 1542), the only one to reach adulthood, and the successor of his father.
A second stillborn daughter at Holyrood Palace in November 1512.
Alexander, Duke of Ross (Stirling Castle, 30 April 1514 – Stirling Castle, 18 December 1515), born after James's death
. Margaret was Regent of Scotland.
     Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland married Archibald Douglas 6th Earl Angus as her second husband, in 1514.. Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland was buried in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.
     Margaret died in Scotland.

Child of Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland and James, IV, King of Scotland

Child of Princess Margaret, Tudor, Queen of Scotland and Archibald Douglas 6th Earl Angus

Lluddica ap Tudur Trefor

     Lluddica ap Tudur Trefor was the son of Angharad ferch Hywel Dda.

Child of Lluddica ap Tudur Trefor

Anllech ap Tudwal

     Anllech ap Tudwal was born in Wales. He was the son of Tudwal ap Rhun.

Child of Anllech ap Tudwal