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Re: Thompson Trosper born 1831 in Indiana
Posted by: Lori L. Park Date: June 18, 2001 at 16:12:44
In Reply to: Re: Thompson Trosper born 1831 in Indiana by Correll Trosper-Hartman of 413

Hello!!!!!!

John Shannon Trosper was born December 17,1853, and died March 4, 1931. He is buried in the Solomon, Kansas Cemetary. He married Ida Kelley. They had three children: Inez de L Noel, Victoria Rae Trosper-Park, and Mack Trosper. Victoria is my grandmother. Ernest Park and Victoria had six children: Carl, baby girl, Marvin Earl Park, Fern Inez Park, Kenneth Dean Park, and Jack Everett Park (my father).

George Trosper is a son to Thompson and Rachel Haworth-Trosper. He was born between 1854 and 1856, either in Morris County (Council Grove, Kansas, or in Saline County Kansas). Laura Trosper was born in Morris County Kansas in 1861 and died in 1863 in Morris County Kansas.

Now, who would John McKinley Trosper be? I have Juliette Trosper-Martin was born February 7th, 1859, in Morris County Kansas, and died in the State of Washington about 1922. She married a William A. Martin. They may have had seven to ten children.

Anna Trosper-Taylor was born in Saline County Kansas (Salina area) as a twin with Emma. They were born January 2,1866. Emma died September 30,1903 and never married. Anna married Elvin H. Taylor and had three children: Glenwood, Frank, and Howard. She died August 2,1937.

Frank Trosper was born March 22, 1864, in Saline County Kansas and died March 19, 1913, in Ontario, Oregon (or Canada).

You are more than welcome to call the store as I am here most days and evenings. 785.472.3881. I live in Kansas!!!!!!

Do you have the lineage for Thompson and Rachel Haworth-Trosper? I am working on Mayflower descent and would greatly appreciate any information you could assist with.

I hope this is accurate as I have a feeling the lineage chart that was typed up was an original from 1936.

Thank you for your questions and I hope you will be able to call.

Graciously,



Lori L. Park


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