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Re: Henry TROLINGER (1731-1798)
Posted by: Ann Brodie Meisburger (ID *****8091) Date: July 28, 2003 at 23:25:33
In Reply to: Henry TROLINGER (1731-1798) by Paul Phelps of 200

Margaret Trollinger was the daughter of Jacob Heinrich Drollinger (Trollinger). She and her husband signed the deeds when Henry's estate was settled in 1804. I can't find at the moment my copy of the arrangements made when Henry was declared "insane" in I think 1796, but John Server was to post bond as guardian for Henry along with his brother-in-law, John Trollinger. His initial surety was not accepted and I couldn't find in the court papers whether a later one was accepted or not. Margaret could not have married John in 1765 since she was probably born no earlier than 1754, possibly later. Do you have census records for her in Tennessee? You can tell to within ten years of her birth from these.


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