TRUMBULL Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsTermbell, Thrumball, Thrumble, Thrumbull, Tremball, Tremble, Trimble, Trimbyll, Tromball, Trombell, Tromble, Troomble, Truble, Trumbal, Trumball, Trumbell, Trumble, Trumbul, Trumbull, Trumle, Trundle, Turbull, Turnbull, Turnebull
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(as of 2014-09-06), =::Cross reference
|SILLIMAN, Benjamin [1779-1864] – American scientist TRUM5 4C6|
|SILLIMAN, Benjamin [1816-1885] – American chemist and naturalist TRUM9 5C5|
[1756-1843] – American historical painter
|TRUMBULL, Jonathan, Governor [1710-1785] – American statesman TRUM1 2C9|
|TRUMBULL, Jonathan, jr, Governor [1740-1809] – American soldier and politician TRUM100 3C8|
[1737-1778] – American soldier
He was the first commissary-general of the Continental army, was born in Lebanon, Conn., March 11, 1737; the eldest son of Governor ¤Jonathan and Faith (Robinson) Trumbull, and brother of the younger Governor ¤Jonathan Trumbull and the artist ¤John Trumbull.
[1782-1861] – American legislator, governor
He was born in Lebanon, Conn., Dec. 7, 1782; son of David and Sarah (Backus) Trumbull; and grandson of ¤Jonathan and Faith (Robinson) Trumbull. His uncles were ¤John the artist, Governor ¤Jonathan the younger, ¤Joseph the legislator, and (by marriage) ¤William Williams, signer. Professor ¤Benjamin Silliman was his brother-in-law.
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