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Re: Trull family history
Posted by: Amanda Trull Date: October 08, 1998 at 11:05:57
In Reply to: Re: Trull family history by Norma Trull of 572

Norma- I beleive that the name is Irish...there is a tale in our part of the Trulls that four brothers came over from Ireland and landed in N.C. and branced out from there. Don't know how true it is....would like anyones corrections!!

Also, I found a village in south-west England that is called Trull (the meaning of the name as I could gather is "wicked old lady" would like corrections on that too!!).


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