Frances Trull

( - April 1635)
     Frances was buried in April 1635 in St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk.

Francis Trull

(29 March 1635 - )
     Francis Trull was christened on 29 March 1635 in St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk. A Frances Trull was buried there in April 1635. He was the son of Thomas Trull and Margaret Entwistle.

Francis Trull

( - 28 October 1607)
     Francis was buried on 28 October 1607 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk.

George Trull

(10 February 1782 - 15 September 1807)
George Trull (1782-1807)
     George Trull was christened on 10 February 1782 in St Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of William Trull and Ann Milford.
George was in business with his friend George Evans who died on a business trip to Brazil, probably from yellow fever. George [William] then married the widow? of George Evans who had two children.
George Trull married Martha Copperwheat, daughter of Robert Copperwheat and Martha Butler, on 18 January 1806 in St Thomas, Southwark, Surrey. George Trull of this parish, bachelor & Martha Copperwheat of this parish, spinster, by banns. Both signed the register and the witnesses were Wm Trull, Nathl Harris & Susanna Harris. [CR:]George Trull was listed as a Freeman of the city of London on 29 September 1806. He was admitted to the Cooks Company 24 June 1806 paying forty six shillings and eight pence.
     George died on 15 September 1807 in the Lambe Eating House, Bearbinders Lane, London, aged 25. The Norfolk chronicle on 19 Sep 1807 reported Died ... Same day (Tuesday last), in London, after a short illness, in the 25th year of his age, Mr George Trull, formerly ofthis city; a man universally respected by all who knew him. He was buried on 20 September 1807 in St Mary Woolnoth & Woolchurch Haw, London. Sep 1807 Trull, George (of the Lambe Eating House, Bear binder Lane) was buried on the 20th in the Great Vault.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Martha Trull on 4 October 1808 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. George Trull, London. Admon to Martha Trull 4 April Oct 1808, £2000.

Children of George Trull and Martha Copperwheat

George Trull

(13 December 1806 - 26 December 1858)
     George Trull was born on 13 December 1806 in Bearbinders Lane, London. He was the son of George Trull and Martha Copperwheat. George Trull was christened on 15 February 1807 in St Mary Woolnoth & Woolchurch Haw, London.
     George Trull arrived in 1824 at New York, USA. He was sent to live with his bachelor uncles, John & William in Baltimore.
     In Matthew Gambell's will dated 30 August 1824 in London, George Trull was named as heir.
George Trull was listed in a directory dated 1829 as Geo Trull. of Oldfield, Trull & Co. at St Paul, north of Pleasant, Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts, USA. It was a dwelling. J Trull was listed at the same address. George was a merchant in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, from 1829. He entered into partnership called Oldfield, Trull & Co., as general commission agents at 6 South Charles Street, next door to his uncles' business. He had inherited London property at 26-28 Hackney Rd, from his stepfather in May 1829. The houses were owned by his family until 1931.
George Trull married Anna Barklie on 15 October 1829 in the Associate Reformed Church, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She was the 19 year old, third daughter of Thomas C & Jane McCormick Barklie of Baltimore.
     George Trull was mentioned in the will of William Trull dated 9 October 1842.
A list of persons taxed in the city of Boston in 1843 inclouded Charles & Ezra jr, Samuel, John, Ezra & John W Trull. George had a retail store in Maiden Lane in New York, New York, USA, in 1849. His family still lived in Baltimore and he had frequent business correspondence with his son George. He indicated that he had suffered reverses from misplaced confidence in men who took advantage of him. He was concerned for his wife and family, and his own health was impaired.
     George and Martha resided at 106 West Biddle Street, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1854. A letter from William Evans, from Bahia Brazil to his nephew George expressed concern about the latter's mother carrying the onerous responsiblities of providing for paying guests in her 106 West Biddle St home. He sent love to her, aunt Hessie, her sister and the four Trull brothers, John, Willy, Graham & George.
In 1855 there wer 6 Trulls taxed in Boston: Ezra, Samuel, Charles, John & Co. John & John W.
In Nov & Dec 1857 The "Boston transcript" announced the suspension of Messrs Trull & Brothers, liquor dealers, & largely engaged in the Meditterranean & Smyrna trade. The suspension is only expected to be temporary.
     George resided at 528 Sixth Avenue, New York, March 1858.
     George died on 26 December 1858 in 230 Seventh Avenue, New York, USA, aged 52. He was buried in St Paul's Episcopal churchyard, Baltimore, Maryland.

Children of George Trull and Anna Barklie

George Trull

(20 December 1768 - before 1771)
     George Trull was born on 20 December 1768 in St George Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of John Trull and Margaret Cook. George Trull was christened on 25 December 1768 in the Octagon Presbyterian church, Norwich. George, son of John Trull, twister in St George of Colgate & of Margaret his wife, born Dec 20. The baptism was also recorded at St George.
     George died before 1771.

George Trull

(12 May 1771 - )
     George Trull was christened on 12 May 1771 in St George Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk. At the Octagon Presbyterian church. He was the son of John Trull and Margaret Cook.

George Trull

(22 July 1834 - 14 August 1879)
     George Trull was born on 22 July 1834 in Henry Street, Brooklyn, New York, USA. He was the son of George Trull and Anna Barklie.
     Administration of the estate of William Trull was granted to George Trull, on 2 July 1859 in 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.
George Trull married Ellen Harvey on 6 November 1866 in her residence, 137 Park St, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. By Presbyterian rites.
George and his brother William Evans Trull formed a business partnership 'George & Williams Evans Trull' located at 56 Worth Street, New York City in the 1870s.
     George resided at 94 West Jersey Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA, from 1871 to August 1879.
     George died by drowning on 14 August 1879 in Long Island Sound, New York, USA, aged 45. He was on a business trip to New England when he met his accidental death. Afterwards his widow took the two children to the Harvey family home in Baltimore, where they grew up. He was buried in Loudon Park cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.
He was described as "a man of high integrity, capable, friendly, industrious and religious, of a good mind and a kind heart".

Children of George Trull and Ellen Harvey

Rev George Harvey Trull

(5 May 1873 - 1 June 1964)
     Rev George Harvey Trull was born on 5 May 1873 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA. He was the son of George Trull and Ellen Harvey. George was listed as a grandson in Anna Barklie's household on the 1880 census. Anna Trull, aged 68, born Maryland, head, widowed, Graham Trull aged 33, son, single, born Maryland, Ellen H Trull, aged 39, daughter, widowed, born Maryland, George H Trull aged 7, grandson & Hattie H Trull aged 2 - born New Jersey, Anna's father's birthplace was Ireland and her mother's was England. She was described as Keeping House. Rev George Harvey Trull graduated on 4 June 1894 from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, with a Bachelor of Arts. He graduated on 5 May 1897 from Princeton University, New Jersey. He also received a Master of Arts degree from Princeton University on 16 June 1897 (in theology). George was ordained as a Presbyterian minister at Wilmington, Delaware, on 13 July 1897.
Rev George Harvey Trull married Donna Adele Irvine, daughter of A Smith Irvine and Georgianna Whittemore, on 21 October 1903 in Augusta, Georgia. They married at the bride's sister's home.
The Sunday-School Teacher and the Program of Jesus by George Harvey Trull, Jay Samuel Stowell may be found in Google Books.
     Rev George Harvey Trull was on the passenger list of the "George Trull, 46, married, US citizen, Ship Crew? Yes, Residence: Elizabeth, NJ; Ship Name: Saxonia. Departure Port: US, Standardized Departure Port: London, England", arriving at New York, USA, on 11 July 1919. George was a beneficiary in Graham Trull's will proved 6 June 1927 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Rev George Harvey Trull was on the passenger list of the "George & Donna Trull travelled 1st class from New York to Belfast per Caldonia. The address was given as 17 Lansdowne Cres, Port Rush, Antrim. Clergyman and wife aged 58 & 56, US citizens.", arriving at Ireland, on 25 October 1931.
     Rev George Harvey Trull and Donna Adele Irvine travelled to Belfast, Antrim, Ireland, on 25 October 1931 per the "Caledonia". George Trull, clergyman, 58, US citizen, with Donna Trull, h'wife, 56, US citizen were travelling to 17 Lansdowne Cres, Port Rush, Antrim from New York.
     George resided at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1960.
     George died on 1 June 1964 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, aged 91. REV.G. H. TRULL, 91, MISSIONARY AIDE. Special to The New York TimesJUNE 2, 1964. ELIZABETH, N. J., June 1—The Rev. George H. Trull of 1238 Waverly Place, former secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., died yesterday at a nursing home in Springfield. His age was 91. He had retired in 1938. He was the father of Mrs. John B. Crowell, wife of the pastor of Hope Memorial Presbyterian Church here. His wife, the former Donna Irvine, died Oct. 22, a few days after their 60th wedding anniversary. Born in this city, Mr. Trull was graduated from the Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University and the Princeton Theological Seminary. His first assignment was at the East Lake Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, Del. In 1930 he went to the Fifth Ave­nue Presbyterian Church in New York City as pastor. He promoted missions in the Sun­day School with such success that he was asked to serve with the Board of Foreign Missions as Sunday school secretary. Later, Mr. Trull became its secretary for specific work and traveled extensively in this country and abroad. During World War II, he served as interim pastor of the Fourth Street Presbyterian Church in Lebanon, Pa. Surviving also are two sons, Irvine of Wyckoff and Archi­bald L. of Orange, Conn.: an­other daughter, Mrs. Frank H. Phinizy of Nashville. 12 grand­children and four great?grand­children..

Children of Rev George Harvey Trull and Donna Adele Irvine

George Irvine Trull

(18 September 1909 - )
     George Irvine Trull was commonly known as Irvine. He was born on 18 September 1909. He was the son of Rev George Harvey Trull and Donna Adele Irvine.
George Irvine Trull married Sarah E Scott on 22 July 1938 in Westminster Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, New Jersey. Miss Sarah E. Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Scott, was married to George Irvin Trull, son of the Rev. and Mrs. George Harvey Trull, also of this city, in the Westminster Presbyterian Church here tonight..
     George resided at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1960.

Graham Trull

(6 April 1845 - 22 March 1927)
     Graham Trull was born on 6 April 1845 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was the son of George Trull and Anna Barklie. Graham was listed as a son in Anna Barklie's household on the 1880 census. Anna Trull, aged 68, born Maryland, head, widowed, Graham Trull aged 33, son, single, born Maryland, Ellen H Trull, aged 39, daughter, widowed, born Maryland, George H Trull aged 7, grandson & Hattie H Trull aged 2 - born New Jersey, Anna's father's birthplace was Ireland and her mother's was England. She was described as Keeping House.
     Graham died on 22 March 1927 in Baltimore, Maryland, aged 81. He died unmarried..
     His will was proved on 6 June 1927 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Graham Trull of Baltimore, Maryland, USA, died 22 March 1927. Administration (Limited) to Cecil Dawson, solicitor, attorney of George Harvey Trull. Effects £233/19/8 in England.

Hanna Trull

(28 July 1619 - )
     Hanna Trull was christened on 28 July 1619 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Jeremy Trull and Ann or Hannah Unknown (Trull).

Hannah Trull

(2 January 1757 - )
     Hannah Trull was christened on 2 January 1757 in St Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Henry Trull and Alice Powditch.

Harry Senseney Trull

(27 March 1877 - 26 June 1929)
     Harry Senseney Trull was born on 27 March 1877 in USA. He was the son of William Evans Trull and Anna R Senseney.
     Harry died on 26 June 1929 in Mt Vernon, New York, USA, aged 52. He never married and lived with his brother and his family. He was associated with the Museum of Natural History.. He was buried in Kensico cemtery, Valhalla, New York.

Hattie Harvey Trull

(13 October 1869 - 18 May 1957)
     Hattie Harvey Trull was born on 13 October 1869 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA. She was the daughter of George Trull and Ellen Harvey. Hattie was listed as a granddaughter in Anna Barklie's household on the 1880 census. Anna Trull, aged 68, born Maryland, head, widowed, Graham Trull aged 33, son, single, born Maryland, Ellen H Trull, aged 39, daughter, widowed, born Maryland, George H Trull aged 7, grandson & Hattie H Trull aged 2 - born New Jersey, Anna's father's birthplace was Ireland and her mother's was England. She was described as Keeping House.
     Hattie died on 18 May 1957 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, aged 87. She became an invalid in middle age and died unmarried.. She was buried on 22 May 1957 in Loudon Park cemetery, Baltimore.

Henry Trull

(21 January 1682/83 - 16 September 1780)
     Henry Trull was christened on 21 January 1682/83 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of John Trull and Ann Turner.
Henry Trull married Alice Pidgeon on 19 January 1717/18 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk. Which Henry?.
Henry Trull was a councillor of Mancroft ward between 1754 and 1773 and the auditor between1763 & 1770.
     Henry Trull made a will dated 9 June 1778 in Shottisham, Norfolk. Henry Trull of Shottisham left his property in St Edmund's Norwich to his wife Alice.
     Henry died on 16 September 1780 in Norwich, Norfolk, aged 97. Mr Henry Trull, grocer and councillor of Mancroft Ward, of Shottisham.
     His will was proved on 2 October 1780 at Norwich.

Children of Henry Trull and Alice Pidgeon

Henry Trull

(27 September 1718 - before 25 October 1718)
     Henry Trull was christened on 27 September 1718 in St Giles, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).
     Henry died before 25 October 1718 in Norwich, Norfolk. He was buried on 25 October 1718 in St Edmund, Norwich. Henry Trull (child).

Henry Trull

(10 January 1719 - 16 September 1780)
     Henry Trull was christened on 10 January 1719 in St Giles, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).
Henry Trull married Alice Powditch before 1750. She is mentioned in the will of her mother Alice dated 8 March 1750 as Alice Trull nee Powdich. There is no real evidence to link this marriage to this Henry except the date.
Henry Trull was mentioned on 24 June 1751.
Henry Trull was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 3 August 1751 in Norwich. Henry Trull, grocer, took on Francis, son of Francis Church as an apprentice.
Henry Trull was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 2 October 1753 in Norwich. Henry Trull, grocer, took on Robert Salmon as an apprentice.
Henry Trull was listed in a directory dated 1761 as Henry Trull, grocer at St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, Norfolk. He was not listed in the 1768 directory..
Henry Trull, grocer of Norwich was a subscriber to: The American negotiator: or, the varous currencies of the British Colonies in America ... Published Lond, John Wright, 1765.
Henry & Alice are mentioned in her mother's probate documents and their son Thomas P Trull signs.
On 17 August 1771, it was reported in the Norwich mercury the Mr Trull, grocer's servant was run over by his cart and bruised.
The Norwich mercury reported that Mr Trull, grocer, had goods stolen by Ann Waters, 23 May 1772.
     Henry Trull made a will dated 9 June 1778 in Shottisham, Norfolk. Henry Trull of Shottisham left his property in St Edmund's Norwich to his wife Alice.
     Henry died on 16 September 1780 in Norwich, Norfolk, aged 61. Mr Henry Trull, grocer and councillor of Mancroft Ward, of Shottisham.
     His will was proved on 2 October 1780 at Norwich.

Children of Henry Trull and Alice Powditch

Henry Trull

(24 July 1692 - )
     Henry Trull was christened on 24 July 1692 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Valentine Trull and Jane Turner.
Henry Trull married Alice Pidgeon on 19 January 1717/18 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk. Which Henry?.

Henry Trull

(7 July 1751 - )
     Henry Trull was christened on 7 July 1751 in St Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Henry Trull and Alice Powditch.
Henry Trull married Mary Clarke on 4 March 1783 in St George Tombland, Norwich, Norfolk.
Henry Trull was listed in a directory dated 1784 as Henry Trull, yeoman at Norwich, Norfolk. The entry notes that he resides in Consiford Ward..

Henry Trull

( - circa 1580)
     Henry Trull was the son of Patriarch Trull.
     Henry died circa 1580 in Fakenham, Norfolk.
     His will was proved in 1580 at the Archdeaconry of Norfolk, Norfolk.

Hester Trull

(15 March 1617/18 - 6 June 1618)
     Hester Trull was christened on 15 March 1617/18 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Jeremy Trull and Ann or Hannah Unknown (Trull).
     Hester was buried on 6 June 1618 in Norwich, Norfolk.

James Trull

(before 3 August 1712 - before 13 January 1713)
     James Trull was born before 3 August 1712 in Heigham, Norfolk. He was the son of Edward Trull and Ann Firman.
     James died before 13 January 1713 in Heigham, Norfolk. He was buried on 13 January 1713 in St Bartholomew, Heigham.

James Trull

(15 November 1724 - before 1750)
     James Trull was christened on 15 November 1724 in St Giles, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull).
     James died before 1750. He is not mentioned in his mother's will..

Jane Trull

(28 April 1661 - )
     Jane Trull was born on 28 April 1661 in Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Laurence Trull and Jane Brett.
Jane Trull married Thomas Burnett on 31 December 1683 in Heigham, Norfolk.

Jane Barklie Trull

(3 October 1837 - 12 August 1922)
     Jane Barklie Trull was born on 3 October 1837 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She was the daughter of George Trull and Anna Barklie.
Jane Barklie Trull emigrated from Baltimore circa 1860 to Ireland.
     Jane resided at Belfast, Shankill, Antrim, Ireland, from 1860.
     Jane resided at Seymour Place, Portrush, Antrim, Ireland, after 1889.
     Jane Barklie Trull was recorded on the 1901 census in 9 Eglinton St, Portrush, Antrim, Ireland. Jane B Trull aged 63, born in America, was a visitor in the household of Janet Crosbie aged 50 born co. Tyrone, who had one resident servant. The were all spinsters & Presbyterian and lived in a 10 roomed house.
     Jane Barklie Trull was recorded on the 1911 census in Magheramenah, Coleraine, Ballymillen?, Ballylagan DED, Londonderry, Ireland. Jane B Trull, was a 66 years old visitor in the household of Susan Crosbie (64) & her sister Janet Crosbie (62), with a servant Annie Henry aged 21, in a 10 roomed house..
     Jane died on 12 August 1922 in Portrush, Antrim, Ireland, aged 84. She died unmarried.. She was buried in the old Ballywillin cemetery, Portrush.
     Her will was proved on 1 November 1923 at Belfast, Antrim, Ireland. Jane Barklie Trull of 1 Seymour Place, Portrush, co. Antrim, spinster.

Jeremy Trull

(before 1595 - before 19 February 1690/91)
     Jeremy Trull was born before 1595. Son of Thomas Trull but which Thomas?. He was the son of Thomas Trull.
Jeremy Trull married Ann or Hannah Unknown (Trull) before 1617. [CR:]Jeremy Trull was listed as a Freeman of the city of Norwich, Norfolk, on 12 July 1617.
     Jeremy died before 19 February 1690/91 in Norwich. He was buried on 19 February 1690/91 in St Martin at Palace, Norwich, Norfolk.

Children of Jeremy Trull and Ann or Hannah Unknown (Trull)

Jeremy Trull

(5 March 1647 - )
     Jeremy Trull was christened on 5 March 1647 in St James Pockthorpe, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of William Trull.
Jeremy Trull married Elizabeth Poole on 26 March 1676 in St Mary in the Marsh, Norwich, Norfolk. Jeremiah Trull & Elizabeth Poul.

Children of Jeremy Trull and Elizabeth Poole

John Trull

(1778 or 1779 - 10 June 1833)
     John Trull was born in 1778 or 1779 in Norwich, Norfolk, England. He was the son of William Trull and Ann Milford.
John Trull and William 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.
John Trull and William Trull were listed in a directory dated from 1819 to 1824 as Trull, Wm & John, merchants at 4 Packers Crt, Coleman St., London.
John Trull and William 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.
John Trull and William Trull were listed in a directory dated 1825, 1827 & 1829-30 as Trull, William & John at 9 Kings Arms Yard, Coleman St, London.
     John died of apoplexy on 10 June 1833 in Barnum's Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was buried in St Paul's Episcopal churchyard, Baltimore. His tombstone states that he was born in Norwich, was aged 57 and was a respected merchant of Baltimore for many years.

John Trull

(circa 1744? - 31 October 1810)
     John Trull was born circa 1744? In Norfolk.
John Trull married Margaret Cook on 22 May 1766 in St George Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk, England.
John Trull was listed in a directory dated between March 1783 and 1784 as John Trull, throwster at St Andrew, Bridge St, Norwich, Norfolk.
     John was buried on 31 October 1810 in Norwich, Norfolk. He may be the John Trull, aged 66 years, the clerk of the chapel, who was buried in the south east corner of cemetery from the Octagon Chapel.

Children of John Trull and Margaret Cook