'Trollope1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Trollope of Bourne, Trollope of Casewick, Trollope (Troloppe) of Thornley

                               
BP1934 (Trollope), which follows the Casewick line, reports "The family of Trollope is one of great antiquity, and is traced back in the family pedigree to John Trowlope, or Trolope, of Thornlaw, co. Durham, who acquired before 1390 the manor of Morden, in same co., by his marriage with the dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Lumley." BP1934 reports that "The senior line ... became impoverished by the part it took with the Catholic gentry in the North, in the Northumberland rising 1569, and was utterly ruined in the subsequent Civil War." Visitation starts with ...
John Troloppe of Thornley
1. John Troloppe of Thornley
  m. _ Tempest (dau of _ Tempest of Holmeside)
  A. John Troloppe of Thornley
  m. Margaret or Margery Blakiston (dau of William Blakiston of Blakiston)
i. Thomas Troloppe of Thornley
  m1. Margaret Lumley (dau of Roger Lumley of Ludworthe)
  a. John Troloppe of Thornley
  m. Maud Metham (dau of Metham of Metham)
  (1) John Francis of Thornley
  m. Margaret Tunstall (dau of _ Tunstall of Skargill)
  (A) John Francis of Thornley (a 1615)
m1. Elizabeth Blakeston (dau of Sir William Blakeston of Blakeston)
  (i) John Francis (b c1608) possibly the John of Thornley who married ...
  m. Dorothy Hodgson (d 10.09.1649, dau of Robert Hodgson of Hebborne)
  m2. Isabel Holtby (dau of George Holtby of Shackleton)
  b. Anne Troloppe
  m. William Metcalf
  m2. Grace Pudsey (dau of _ Pudsey of Barforthe, sister of Henry)
c. Robert Troloppe
  BP1934 reports that "The 2nd branch, that of Bourne, in Lincolnshire, was established by John Trollope, a younger son of the Thornlaw family. He was s. by his son" (the William shown below). In a brief entry on 'Trollope of Bourne' in his 'Lincolnshire Pedigrees', A.R. Maddison reports that "The early part of the Trollope family has never been satisfactorily worked up" but suggests that the father of the John who is known to have been the ancestor of the Lincolnshire branch was a Thomas. It is therefore possible that John fits here (though it is unknown who his mother was) although this must be viewed not only as wholly speculative but also as probably unlikely given that Maddison did not make the connection, which he may have been expected to have done had it been the case.
  d. John Trollope of Bourne - 'continued below'
  Possibly of this generation, but (if so) by which wife is not known, were ...
  e. Sampson Trollop of Waterhouse
  (1) Frances Trollop (heir)
  m. Thomas Maire of Hardwick (b 1602)
  f. Margaret Troloppe
  m. John Rudston of Hayton (a 1584, d 1618)
  ii. John Troloppe of Morden (a 1575)
  m. Elizabeth Alderson (dau of John Alderson of Berwick-on-Tweed)
  a.+ issue (a 1575) - Thomas (b c1544), Richard, Ralph, Grace, Margaret, Alice
  B. Anthony Troloppe
  m. _ Proctor (sister of Thomas Proctor)
  i.+ issue - Michael, Andrew, George, Margaret

 

 

John Trollope of Bourne - 'possibly continued above ??'
1. William Trollope of Thurlby & Bourne, 1st of Casewick (d 08.06.1638)
  m. Alice Sharpe (dau of William Sharpe of Bourne)
  A. Sir Thomas Trollope, Sheriff of Lincolnshire, 1st Bart of Casewick (d 1654)
  m1. (1620) Hester (dau of Nicholas Street or Sturt of Hadleigh)
  i. Sir William Trollope, 2nd Bart of Casewick, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (b 03.01.1621, d 16.05.1678)
  m. Elizabeth Carr (b c1629, bur 27.09.1661, dau of Sir Robert Carr, 3rd Bart)
  a. Elizabeth Carr Trollope (d 23.03.1703)
  m. (1679) Charles Fox (b 1659, dsp 09.1713, Paymaster General)
m2. (16.11.1635) Mary Clitheroe (bur 16.06.1688, dau of Sir Christopher Clitheroe, Lord Mayor of London)
  ii. Thomas Trollope of Barham
  m. Anne Collins (dau of Anthony Collins of Whitton)
  a. Sir Thomas Trollope, 3rd Bart of Casewick, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (d 22.11.1729)
  m. (1690) Susannah Clobery (d 02.06.1724-5, dau/coheir of Sir John Clobery of Bradstone by Anne, dau of George (sb William?) Cranmer of Canterbury & sister of Sir William Cranmer)
  (1) Sir Thomas Trollope, 4th Bart of Casewick (bpt 21.12.1691. d 07.10.1784)
  m. (1721) Diana Middleton (dau of Thomas Middleton of Stanstead)
  (A) Thomas Middleton Trollope (b 31.07.1721, dvp 27.04.1779)
  m. (14.08.1759) Isabella Thorold (d 19.03.1803, dau of Sir John Thorold, 8th Bart)
  (i) Sir Thomas William Trollope, 5th Bart of Casewick (d unm 13.05.1789)
  (ii) Sir John Trollope, 6th Bart of Casewick (d 28.04.1820)
  m. (24.03.1798) Anne Thorold (d 23.12.1855, dau of Henry Thorold of Cuxwold)
  (a) John Trollope, 1st Lord Kesteven of Casewick (b 05.05.1800, d 17.12.1874) had issue
  m. (25.10.1847) Julia Maria Sheffield (d 02.11.1876, dau of Sir Robert Sheffield, Bart)
  (b) Sir Charles Trollope (b 21.10.1808, d 05.07.1888, Colonel, 3rd son) had issue
m1. (25.03.1840) Frances Lord (dau/heir of John Lord)
  m2. (31.03.1864) Cordelia Maria Murray (dau of Maj. Gen. James Patrick Murray)
  (c) Arthur Trollope (b 11.07.1810, d 19.01.1880, Captain) had issue
  m. (22.07.1845) Elizabeth Lucas (d 04.10.1877, dau of Rev. Richard Lucas of Edith Weston)
  (d) Edward Trollope (b 15.04.1817, d 11.12.1893, Suffragan Bishop of Nottingham, 6th son) had issue
  m1. (30.09.1846) Grace Palmer (d 21.10.1890, dau of Sir J.H. Palmer, 7th Bart)
  m2. (13.01.1892) Louisa Helen Harris (dsp 25.05.1904, dau of Rev. H.B.S. Harris)
  (e) Anne Trollope (d 12.02.1877)
  m. (1827) Thomas Tryon of Bulwock Park (d 1872)
  (f) Matilda Trollope (d 05.06.1876)
  m. (18.06.1838) C. Wykeham Martin of Leeds Castle (d 1870)
  (g) Laura Trollope (d 1877)
  m. (11.11.1852) Joseph Sidney Tharp of Chippenham Park (d 04.03.1875)
  (h) Julia Trollope (d 16.02.1855)
  m. (30.04.1846) Rev. George Birch Reynardson (son of Lt. Gen. B.)
  (i)+ other issue - Thomas (d 29.10.1822), Frederick (d unm 1821), Caroline (d unm 05.08.1823)
  (iii) Henry Trollope (dsp 24.07.1839, rector of Harrington, 4th son)
  m. (1803) Diana Trollope (d 17.02.1854, dau of Rev. Anthony Trollope)
  (iv)+ other issue (d unm) - Charles (d young), Diana, Elizabeth, Anne
  (B) Anthony Trollope (b 1737, d 03.06.1806, rector of Cotterel, 5th son)
  m. Penelope Meetkirk (d 30.06.1788, dau of Adolphus Meetkirk)
  (i) Thomas Anthony Trollope of Lincoln's Inn (b 1774, d 26.10.1835) had issue
  m. (1809) Frances Milton (d 06.10.1863, dau of Rev. William Milton of Heckfield)
  (ii)+ other issue
  (C)+ other issue - John (d Guadaloupe 1755, Major), Arthur (b 1729, d unm 1781), William (d unm 1802), Isabella
  (2) Henry Trollope in London (d 07.12.1763, 3rd son)
  m. (1717) Elizabeth Barne (d 1761, dau of John Barne of London)
  (A) Thomas Trollope in London (b 05.08.1718, d 21.02.1761)
  m. (1750) Amelia Page (dau of J. Page)
  (i) Thomas Daniel Trollope (b 1760, d 27.08.1828, rector of Frome)
  m. (06.08.1793) Anne Trollope (dau of Rev. J. Trollope) below
  (a) Thomas Trollope of Wethersfield (b 1797, d 08.10.1854) had issue
  m1. Mary Canning
  m2. Anne Sewell (d 13.03.1862, dau of John Sewell)
  (b) William Trollope (b 1798, d unm 08.10.1867)
  (c) John Trollope (b 10.05.1800, d 05.02.1878, rector of Crowmarsh) had issue
  m. (10.05.1831) Elizabeth Bunce Hazel (dau of Rev. W. Hazel)
  (ii) Arthur Williams Trollope (b 1768, d 24.05.1827, Rev.)
  m. (25.08.1797) Sarah Wales (d 28.08.1849, dau of W. Wales)
  (a) William Trollope (b 1798, d 23.03.1863, Rev.) had issue
  m. Sarah Clarke (dau of William Clarke of East Bergholt)
  (b) Arthur Trollope (d unm 12.09.1848, Rev.)
  (c) George Trollope (b 11.04.1802, d 08.01.1864) had issue
  m. (11.07.1838) Alice Wilby (d 1887, dau of W.W. Wilby)
(d) Edward Trollope had issue
  m1. (11.09.1833) Mary Ann Wilby (dau of W.W. Wilby)
  m2. Catherine Daniel
  (B) John Trollope (b 01.08.1729, d 10.07.1794, 3rd son)
  m1. Anne Guyon (d 1759)
  (i) Sir Henry Trollope (b 20.04.1756, dsp 02.11.1839, Admiral)
  m. Fanny Burt (d 03.04.1816)
  (ii) Thomas Trollope (b 21.04.1757, d 17.07.1805, Colonel) had issue
  m. (1789) Anne Steele (d 16.09.1845)
  m2. (01.1761) Catherine Annesley (d 22.04.1826, dau of Rev. W.M. Annesley)
  (iii) Arthur William Trollope (b 15.12.1771, d 20.09.1799, Captain)
  m. (26.12.1797) Mary Foord (d 19.07.1822, dau of Barnard Foord)
  (a) Barnard Trollope, later Foord-Bowes of Cowlam (b 25.10.1798, d 10.06.1870) had issue (1 dau)
  m. (27.07.1818) Mary Greathead (d 07.01.1861, dau of S. Greathead)
(b) William Henry Trollope (b 04.04.1800, d 24.09.1873, Captain) had issue
  m. (30.07.1834) Mary Arthur Worsop (d 1891, dau of J.A. Worsop of Langford House)
  (iv) George Barne Trollope (b 17.04.1779, d 31.05.1850, Rear Admiral) had issue
  m. (18.03.1813) Barbara Goble (d 11.07.1874, dau of Joseph Goble)
  (C)+ other issue - William Arthur (d 1800, Captain), sarah, Mary, Diana
  (3) Anne Trollope
  m. Samuel Clarke of West Bromwich
  (4) Elizabeth Trollope
  m. William Noel (b 19.03.1695, d 08.12.1762, Judge)
  (5)+ other issue - John (d unm bur 02.09.1755), William (d unm), Mary (d unm), Frances (d unm), Catherine, Cranmer
  iii. Anthony Trollope (d unm)
  iv. Bridget Trollope (bur 27.05.1723)
  m. (29.07.1679) Edward Maiwaring of Whitmore (bpt 07.04.1635, d 12.1703)
  v. Judith Trollope (bur 08.05.1694) probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m. (c10.1671) Redmayne Burrell of Dowsby (bpt 11.04.1644, bur 09.02.1682-3)
  Probably of this generation but, if so, possibly illegitimate (unless by Hester and legitimated after the marriage), was ...
  vi. Ann Trollope (bpt 02.07.1619, bur 18.06.1660)
  m. Charles Hall of Kettlethorpe and Lincoln's Inn (d 01.12.1669, MP)

Main source(s):
(1) For Trollope of Thornley : Visitation (Durham, 1575+1615, Trollope of Morden)
(2) For Trollope of Casewick : BP1934 (Trollope), BP1870 (Kesteven)
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