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From: "S. B. Mason" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Scots in Ulster
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 13:17:26 -0700
Don, it's not a book - more like a huge fold-up map + history on the
reverse. Tons of info but brief. There is a listing of Ulster Scots
names but no Trindle - the closest is Trimble.
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> From: "Don" <>
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> 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
> 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
> found the Trindle name either in Scotland or Ireland, but most
> likely the
> spelling wouldn't have been the same.
> Don Woodley
> RAOGK for Bremer, Butler, Floyd and Franklin Counties in Iowa.
> Researching Woodley, Butler, Ayers, Trindle, Cornford, Relf,
> and others as time permits.