I'm one of the family from the other side of the pond. There is a book called Throupsbridge which traces the family name in the UK which, if I remember correctly since I saw my Nana's copy when I was 11, includes info on the branches of the family that went to the US and changed the spelling.
As far as I'm aware, the first record of the name (in any form) was of a throupe in Nottinghamshire, England.
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