Rev Thomas Trant

     Rev Thomas Trant married Alice Serjeantson, daughter of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith.

Robert Trapps

     Robert Trapps married Katherine Killigrew, daughter of Sir John Killigrew and Mary Wolverston.

Child of Robert Trapps and Katherine Killigrew

Robert Trapps

(before 1602 - )
     Robert Trapps was born before 1602. He was the son of Robert Trapps and Katherine Killigrew.

(?) Trayle

     (?) Trayle married Thomas Handcock as his second wife.

Lilllias Treasurer

     Lilllias Treasurer married Paul MacPherson on 21 July 1732 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Thomas Treffry

     Thomas Treffry was born in Fowey, Cornwall, England.
     A marriage settlement between Thomas Treffry and Elizabeth Killigrew was made on 19 September 1505. Pre nuptial settlement, Thomas Treffry and Elizabeth Killigrew.
Parties: 1) Thomas Treffry to 2) John Killigrew of Penryn on marriage of Thomas Treffry, junior, with Elizabeth Killigrew. Property unspecified
Thomas Treffry married Elizabeth Killigrew, daughter of John Killigrew and Jane or Joan or Maude Petit, circa 29 September 1505. Their daughter Sybil married John Gayer of Trenbrace, St Keverne and had a son Thomas Gayer whose son John Gayer married Margaret Trelawny and had John Gayer, Lord Mayor of London (in 1647). Their son John Gayer who died without issue in 1657 married Christian Riccard "sole heiress of her parents" Sir Andrew Riccard and his wife Katherine.

Nellie Fayette Trefry

     Nellie Fayette Trefry was born in USA.
Nellie Fayette Trefry married Almon Thomas Ross, son of John E Johnson and Christy Ross, on 14 February 1901 in Valona, Contra Costa, California, USA.

Children of Nellie Fayette Trefry and Almon Thomas Johnson

William Thomas Tregear

(30 August 1922 - 4 October 1988)
     William Thomas Tregear was born on 30 August 1922.
William Thomas Tregear married Ann Rachel Wood Fordham, daughter of John William Wood Fordham and Rachel Mary Gowers, on 28 May 1952.
     William died on 4 October 1988 aged 66.

Sir John Trelawney Bart

(24 April 1592 - before 16 February 1664)
     Sir John Trelawney Bart was born on 24 April 1592. He was the son of Sir Jonathan Trelawney and Elizabeth Killigrew. Sir John Trelawney Bart was christened on 7 May 1592 in Fowey, Cornwall.
     John died before 16 February 1664 in Cornwall. He was buried on 16 February 1664 in Pelynt.

Sir Jonathan Trelawney

(17 December 1568 - 21 June 1604)
     Sir Jonathan Trelawney was born on 17 December 1568. He was the son of JohnTrelawny & Anne Reskymer.
Sir Jonathan Trelawney married Elizabeth Killigrew, daughter of Sir Henry Killigrew and Katherine Cooke, before 1592. He was of Poole House.
     Jonathan died on 21 June 1604 aged 35.

Child of Sir Jonathan Trelawney and Elizabeth Killigrew

Alice Tremere

( - 1 May 1400)
     Alice Tremere married Geoffrey St Aubyn, son of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Elizabeth Kemyell. Alice Tremere was the daughter of John Tremere.
     Alice died on 1 May 1400.

Child of Alice Tremere and Geoffrey St Aubyn

John Tremere

Child of John Tremere

John Tremrow

Child of John Tremrow

Marion Tremrow

     Marion Tremrow married Alexander Godolphin, son of Edward Godolphin and Clare Solgena. Marion Tremrow was the daughter of John Tremrow.

Elizabeth Trench

( - 1825)
     Elizabeth Trench was born. See Burke for her parentage.
Elizabeth Trench married Edmund Armstrong, son of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot, on 4 February 1783. They had five sons and three daugters..
     Elizabeth died in 1825.

Children of Elizabeth Trench and Edmund Armstrong

John Trenouth (of Fentongollan)

( - 12 March 1497)
     John died on 12 March 1497. He was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 15 Hen VIII (1523). Or is this meant to be Henry VII - 1499?.

Children of John Trenouth (of Fentongollan)

Margaret Trenouth

     Margaret Trenouth married John Godolphin, son of John Godolphin and Elizabeth Killigrew. Margaret Trenouth was born in Fentongollan, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of John Trenouth, and a widow at the taking ofthe Inq. on the death of her father in 1497.. She was the daughter of John Trenouth (of Fentongollan).

Children of Margaret Trenouth and John Godolphin

Phillipa Trenouth

     Phillipa Trenouth was the daughter of John Trenouth (of Fentongollan).
Phillipa Trenouth married John Carminow.

Child of Phillipa Trenouth and John Carminow

Maud or Matilda Trenowith

( - 20 November 1512)
     Maud or Matilda Trenowith was born in Fentongollen, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of John Trenouth (of Fentongollan).
Maud or Matilda Trenowith married Thomas St Aubyn, son of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Alice Tremere.
     Maud died on 20 November 1512.

Children of Maud or Matilda Trenowith and Thomas St Aubyn

Catherine Trentam

(before 1565 - )
     Catherine Trentam was born before 1565 in Suffolk.
Catherine Trentam married Samuel Bland in 1581 in Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk.

Jane Trerice

     Jane Trerice was born. Louise Staley wrote: The one outstanding item is whether Joan (wife of Ralph Arundell of Trerice and Sir William Lambourne) was a Lansladron or a le Soor. There is a 33 year gap in the records between when John, the last known Lansladron held them and when Joan, widow of Ralph Arundell did. There is no evidence that Joan was a daughter of John so she may have been his granddaughter and John's daughter Joan Lansladron married Ralph le Soor as indicated in Gen Coll. Alternatively there may have been two John Lansladrons since Amice/Amity widow of John Lansladron was alive in 1377 and her husband John may have been alive as late as 1368. By the way, I don't think Amice is the mother/grandmother of Joan (see AR/1/261 where Sir William Lambourne and Joan his wife bring suit against "Amity who was wife of John de Nansladron" claiming she has more in dower than she should have). She was the daughter of Michael Trerice and Alice Flamoke.
Jane Trerice married Ralph Arundell, son of Randel Arundell and Elizabeth Steward, before 1367. According to Carew's Survey of Cornwall a Ralph Arundell married Jane/Joan, the daughter of Michael Trerise, during the reign of Edward III. Compare Public Record Office JUST I/1476, mem.73 dorse, July 1367 in which the defendants include Ralph Arundell of Treres and Joan his wife. AR/1/104 is a grant from Sir John Arundell to Ralph Arundell of Trerys in 1358. This Ralph died between July and November 1369 (AR/1/241; AR/32/1 and AR/1/846), and had at least two sons, Nicholas (AR/41/6) and Thomas (AR/41/5), and a daughter Joan (AR/32/1).
There is no record of the split in the Lanherne archive and unfortunately the archive of the Arundells of Trerice has disappeared virtually without trace.
TAF wrote on 24 Aug 2015 in gen Medieval mailing list: Along these lines, Vivian reports that in 32 Ed. III, John Arundell of Lanhearne granted lands to his 'cousin' Ralph Arundell, Then a 33 Edward III fine paired Ralph Arundell and his wife Johanne, were quer., and Sir John Arundell and John Soor, defor., with the lands settled on Ralph and Joanne and their heirs, remainder to right heirs of John Arundell. Vivian attributes this to Ralph Arundell of Trerice, whom he married to heiress Joan Trerice, but I get the distinct impression that he wasn't entirely confident about his reconstruction of this branch. (See Visits of Cornwall, 11).
Jim Lipka on 26 Aug 2015: I believe we can rule out the possibility that the Isabel who married John Glyn was the daughter of Ralph Arundell and Joan Tregose.
1) Joan Tregose was the` wife of Ralph Arundell, Knight; Isabel was the daughter of Ralph Arundel, Esq.
2) The transfer of property by Joan, widow of Ralph Arundell to John Arundell in 1415 would appear to indicate that Ralph and Joan had no heirs.
3) Ralph and Joan Tregose were married by 1403. Isabel was married by 1507 and her youngest son, Thomas Glyn was still alive in 1573. This would mean a span of around 200 years for the three generations of Ralph Arundell- Isabel- Thomas Glyn.
In the pedigree of Arundell of Trerice, (Visitation of Cornwall with additions, p.11) Vivian has Richard Arundell of Penbigell, second son of John Arundell of Trerice and Jane, as the father of Isabell who married John Glyn, and Florence who Married Richard Vivian of Treluwarren. Is it possible that Vivian has missed a generation and that Ralph Arundell of Penbigell, Esq. was his son and the father of Isabell and Florence?
TAF replied: There appears to be a big problem here. If one compares chronologies derived from Vivian's Arundell, Glynn, Vivian and Tregose pedigrees, it is hard to make them work.
The manors of Lansladron and St Goran were held by the Lansladrons until at least 1336 and perhaps as late as 1368.
In 1369 Joan, the widow of Ralph Arundell of Trerice holds them as well as the manor of Trerice, "Joan who was wife of Ralph Darundell de Treres to Sir John Arundell, knight, a yearly rent of £20, to be received from Joan's manors of Nansladron, Senct Goran, Geueylymur and all her messuages, lands and tenements in the vills of Treres..." (AR/1/846). I think she was the heir to Lansladron and St Goran and held Trerice in dower. Five years later they are held by Sir William Lambourne by right of his wife Joan (AR/1/261, AR/1/262). Also from 1370 to 1384 Sir William Lambourne signs a number of deeds at Trerice, suggesting he was living there, again this would be in right of his wife (AR/16/4, AR/1/979). In 1394 Sir John V Arundell is concerned his father-in-law will dispose of the inheritance he is expecting from his wife Annora Lambourne so they go to arbitration (AR/17/1,2). By 1435 Lansladron and St. Goran are held by the Arundells of Lanherne as part of the Lambourne inheritance. Trerice is held by the Arundells of Trerice, presumably, although no evidence has been found, from after the death of Sir William Lambourne after 1405.
There is one other piece of evidence that may be relevant. In 1377 Sir William Lambourne and Joan his wife abducted Nicholas, son and heir of Ralph Arundell of Trerice, a minor in ward of John Tynton (Cor. Reg. Conw., 50 Edw. III, Trin. m. 120). If the construction above is correct then Joan kidnapped her step-son from her first marriage, perhaps with a view to marrying him to her very young daughter, Annora, by her second husband.

Children of Jane Trerice and Ralph Arundell

Michael Trerice

     Michael Trerice was the son of Otis Trerice and Rose Goviley.
Michael Trerice married Alice Flamoke.

Child of Michael Trerice and Alice Flamoke

Otis Trerice

     Otis Trerice was the son of Udy Trerice.
Otis Trerice married Rose Goviley, daughter of John Goviley and Maude Unknown.

Child of Otis Trerice and Rose Goviley

Udy Trerice

Child of Udy Trerice

John Tretherffe

     John Tretherffe married Grace Killigrew, daughter of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard.

John Treunwith

Child of John Treunwith

Margaret Treunwith

     Margaret Treunwith was the daughter of John Treunwith.
Margaret Treunwith married John Petit, son of Sir Michael Petit and Amicia Bloyou.

Child of Margaret Treunwith and John Petit

George Francis Trevan

(26 July 1825 - )
     George Francis Trevan was also known as Teevan in records. He was born on 26 July 1825 in St Giles in the Fields, London. He was christened on 14 August 1825 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster.
George Francis Trevan married Caroline Wafford, daughter of John Wafford and Eliza Porter, on 5 January 1851 in St George, Bloomsbury, London.
     George Francis Trevan and Caroline Wafford were recorded on the 1861 census in 3 Stephen St, St Pancras, London, Middlesex. George Teevan, 34, french polisher, born St Giles in the Fields, Mdx; his wife Carolien 31, dress maker, born St John's Westminster, sons Alfred 8, born St Giles Westminster, George 5, born St Giles, Mdx and daughter Caroline 2, born St Giles, Mdx.

Children of George Francis Trevan and Caroline Wafford

Roger Trevanger or Trevanyon

Child of Roger Trevanger or Trevanyon

Margery Trevanger or Trevanyon?

     Margery Trevanger or Trevanyon? married John Godolphin. Margery Trevanger or Trevanyon? was also known as Margery Trevanyon in records. She was the daughter of Roger Trevanger or Trevanyon.

Child of Margery Trevanger or Trevanyon? and John Godolphin