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Re: truebloods in the UK
Posted by: Christopher Date: February 12, 2001 at 13:41:55
In Reply to: truebloods in the UK by David Trueblood of 402


There are some Truebloods in the UK - a great online telephone book is available at I know there are several Truebloods listed in the London directory. Most of us are, however, in the US, the first one having come from London in 1682. Before that the family was from Lincoln. There is a book which traces all of the US descendants from 1682 up until 1962. This book also contains some geneoligical research from Somerset House and other sources on the family in England.

If your branch remained Quaker, chances are that there are extant records somewhere. Meeting Houses were fairly meticulous about record keeping. Friends House in London, however, has surprisingly little with reference to the name - I checked last summer. Email me if you have any questions.

Take care,


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