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From: "Don" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Scots in Ulster
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 11:51:25 -0600
Sara - Would you be willing to look for the name "Trindle or variation of
the name" in your new book? My ggg+grandfather left N Ireland sometime
around 1720, arrived Philadelphia as indentured person. Eventually married
and removed abt 1740 to what is now Mechanicsburg PA. About all I know of
his origin is that he claimed to be a "Scotchman from Ireland". Have never
found the Trindle name either in Scotland or Ireland, but most likely the
spelling wouldn't have been the same.
RAOGK for Bremer, Butler, Floyd and Franklin Counties in Iowa.
Researching Woodley, Butler, Ayers, Trindle, Cornford, Relf, Lingenfelter
and others as time permits.