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Re: Ellen Trullinger m. Wm Bryson late 1800s
Posted by: Charles Trullinger (ID *****6403) Date: November 18, 2010 at 17:20:18
In Reply to: Re: Ellen Trullinger m. Wm Bryson late 1800s by Trullinger of 200

Hello Nicholas, this is the first name of one of your ancestors. Your Geneolgy is from Bavaria, the Tyrol Valley to be specific. Tyrol is ponounced Droll,...inger means from or of. Trullinger was originally Drollinger until two brothers came to America. Being illiterate as most were, one entered as Trollinger and it got messy as the years passed. Also Drullinger in there too. I have the complete tree back to 1540. There is a specialty wine/winery still there today. Eleanor (Ellen) Trullinger Born 3/18/1881 in Ingart Grove (near Delphos) Iowa. Died in Iola, Kansas date unknown. Married William Bryson in Iola, Iowa, date unknown. My record is 158 pages size 4 font. To small for an old man. Best regards "cousin". Charles Trullinger


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