The Trueblood Family
site is dedicated to my Grandmother,
Watson Lungren Wheeler,
the book "The Trueblood Family In America 1682-1963"
Bula Trueblood, Watson, Lungren, Wheeler
born March 14, 1905 Republic City, Kansas
died April 4, 1991 Basin, Wyoming
This site is a tribute to all her hard work and research so that
we all might know our ancestors.
If you have updated information on any of your ancestors, you
can e-mail me donna beeler .so
that others of your line will have access to that information also. I truly
appreciate all the information that has been shared by other Trueblood genealogist
to update their information that was contained in Grandmother's book and I
know those genealogist that are just starting out will appreciate it also.
Thank you all so much.
NOTICE: I can't do any updates at this
time and I do apolize to those who have sent updates that haven't made it
online. I am truly sorry. I hope to be able to do them again shortly, but
can't make any promises. Again I am truly sorry.
I want to take this opportunity to pay special thanks to Charlie
Talbert who helped me out more than he will ever know. If it hadn't been
for him I'd still be inputting data. Also I would like to thank Louise G.
Stratton for giving me the encouragement to take on this task. By her contacting
me, it sparked the interest needed in me to take on this task. Also a thank
you goes to Christy Hartman for contributing her time to do the Who's Who
section of the web site. Also Lane Trueblood for sending me all those
tombstone photos and obituaries. There are many others of course, such as
Bob Stokley and Gordon Trueblood, which have also contributed much to the
site. And of course last, but by no means least, my Grandmother Bula,
who spent countless hours doing this by hand. I personally can't imagine
doing this without the aid of a computor and admire her greatly for the hard
work she did.
This is where it all began, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
This is the site of the Symons Creek Monthly Meeting, which would have been
erected shortly after the death of our first ancestor, John Trueblood who
died in 1692, here in America. Almost all Trueblood's were active members
of the Symons Creek Monthly Meeting.
This photo was taken and contributed by
Bob Stokley. He deserves a big Thank You!!
(A larger version of the
same photo is located under the "Old Family Photos" section, at the bottom
of the page under "Photos of interest to all Trueblood's".)
Below you will
find the contents of this web site:
If you have any documents, photos or stories
you would like to add to this section, please don't hesitate to let
me know. This is a site for all Trueblood's, not just a certain line, so
feel free to send me anything you want added. Thanks. ;)
Please read note below
Take Note: World Connect has changed their
policies. They will no longer let names of the living be published on World
Connect. It will only show "Living Surname". If you want to find more information
you can visit the alternate site I have created for the time being. The link
to this site is the first link below. The second link is to World Connect.
You can print out family group sheets on this alternate site, but in order
to print out decendancy charts or pedigree charts, you will have to do that
on World Connect. I am sorry if this has caused any problems for any of you.
I have never published birth and marriage information on anyone born after
1915, if they were still living, but it has always had everyones names,
that way it made it easier for those who didn't know who their ancestor's
were, to find them. The alternate site still shows it that way. So if you
don't see your name on World Connect, be sure to check the Trueblood Data
x Trueblood Data Base Surname Index This links to the New Data Base Site, which contains Family
Group Sheets, Notes & Sources, click on HOME to return to this page.
Connect Index This is the link to the World Connect Site
on Rootsweb. Only info of the deceased & those born before 1915 is diplayed
x Old Family Photos
Please be patient. Photos can
be slow loading.
x Old Family
Documents Please be patient. These pages are slow loading because
they contain the actual documents.
x Family Obituaries
and Tombstones Again patience. Actual obituaries on some
pages and/ or photo of tombstones.
x Friends Churchs Today
These are photos of two church's
that played a big role in the Trueblood family. If you have any to contribute
feel free to send them to me.
x Family History
x Migration Story
This is an interesting story found under
the related families section in the rear of Grandmother's book.
x Who's Who Among Trueblood's
A special thanks to Christy Hartman
for doing this section.
x Letters written in 1866, 1867
&1870 The following letters were
written by a Mary Trueblood. They are about an impoverished farming
familyand these letters present a view of the hardships, and of the
philosophy which these people assumed in the mid nineteenth century when
death came to their loved ones. She speaks of the loss of three of her children
to scarlett fever in just a matter of days in the letter written in 1866.
These letters were contributed courtesy of Gordon Trueblood.
Below you will
find links to websites of many Trueblood researchers.
If you have a
Trueblood website or know of one that you would like to see on here, please
don't hesitate to let me know and I will get a link put on here.
Links to other Trueblood Family Websites
Lane F Trueblood's web site
His line of Trueblood's decent is down through
John Trueblood (b 1689), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood. Then down
through Fisher (b 1732) to Isaac (b 1777) to Jonathan (b 1818) to William
Trueblood (b 1839). The web site is set around Fayette Co., Illinios where
most of his ancestors settled. Check it out to learn more.
Parkinson's web site
Her site has alot of information about the English
side of the Trueblood family. She also has several photos of the old church's
related to the Trueblood family on her site. She lives in Great Britian. Wendy
also maintians a site that aids in the research in England. It is listed below:
Lynda Parker's Web site
Her line of decent is down through Amos Trueblood
(b 1692), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood. Then down through Abel
(b 1722) to Joseph (b 1753) to John (b 1784) to Joseph (b 1812) then to Phoebe
Ann Trueblood(b 1841) who married James Fleenor.This site has alot of photo's
and some documents that may be of interest to many of you. Go check it out
to learn more.
Leeper's Web site
Her line of Trueblood's decent is down through Amos
Trueblood (b 1692), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood. Then down
through Caleb (b 1732) to William (b 1785) to Mathew (b 1818) to William
Draper Trueblood (b 1841). This is a beautiful site. A must see for anyone
interested in the Trueblood family.
Parker's Web site
This web site contains information on the two Trueblood
brothers that married into the Shield's family. Their line of decent is as
follows: Amos Trueblood (b 1692), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood.
Then down through Abel (b 1722) to Joseph (b 1753) to John (b 1784) to his
two sons Joseph (b 1812) and Thomas (b 1814). If you decend from the Shield's
or through this Trueblood line, go check this site out.
Phillip's Web site
Her line of decent is through John (b 1689) &
Sarah Albertson (2nd wife of John), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood.
Then down through Fisher (b 1732), then Jonathan (b 1779) to Ephraim Overman
(b 1800) to Jonathan (b 1824), then down through Silas (b 1848) then to Emma
Alfredette Trueblood (b1878) who married Nels Anderson. If you are interested
in this line visit her website.
This web site contains information on the line of
Joshua B. Trueblood (b 1766) who married Mary Henley. Roger Dellinger is not
directly related to the Trueblood family. Joshua's line of decent is as follows:
Amos Trueblood (b 1692), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood. Then down
through Abel (B 1722) to Joshua who married Mary Henley.
Lawrence, Jr.'s Website
He is related through Mary Outland who married Isaac
Trueblood (b 1777). She was his third Great Grand Aunt. Isaac's line of
decent is as follows: John (b 1689), son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood,
then through Fisher (b 1732) to Isaac who married Mary Outland
Jim Hauser's Website
His line of decent is through Amos Trueblood (b 1692),
son of John and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood. Then down through Joshua (b bet,
1726-1728) to Thomas (b 1759) through Aaron (b 1792) to James (b 1846) through
Edward Franklin (b 1865) to Edward's daughter Hilda Lena Trueblood who married
George Benton Hauser. This site contains information about the Hauser and
Silver families. If you are from this line check it out to learn more.
This site has alot of information on the Arnold side
of the family. Alot of Arnold's married into the Trueblood family. His site
has alot of Trueblood information also. Go and check it out by clicking
on the link above. He starts with Thomas Trueblood b 1565-1570, England
and goes on down.
This site contains alot of information about Vigo
Co., Indiana. It is a very nice looking site and easy to navigate. The link
above is to her Prairie Creek Families Website. She is not related to the
Trueblood family but many of her Frakes family married Trueblood's, so you
might find this information very helpful if you come from the Frake's line.
The following link is to Vigo
Co., Indiana Biographies Project. It contains alot of information also.
Below are links
to sites that are of interest to the Trueblood Family
and useful in the
research of our family line.
"The Quaker Corner"
This is the rootsweb site for Quaker Research
and a wonderful place to start any Quaker research. It has many links to
other Quaker sites of interest. Check it out to learn more.
Cyndi's List is very useful for anyone doing
genealogy research. This link is to the Quaker section of her site. There
are also links to her main page which contains an index to all of her links
for research of genealogy on the internet.
This site contains information
on the historic Albemarle County. This county was were the Trueblood's started
out in America in the 1680's. It has alot of interesting article's if your
interested in the history of this county. Pasquotank County as well as Perquimans
County both were formerly of Albemarle County.
This site is useful for any research of any
of the states in the US. There are links to all the States and Counties.
Most of the States in which the Trueblood's migrated are found below along
with the counties they were in, but just in case your's was in some other
county, this is where to go to look for your information.
Gen Web Site
County, North Carolina Gen Web Site
North Carolina Gen Web Site
County, North Carolina Gen Web Site
County, North Carolina Gen Web Site
Indiana Gen Web Site
County, Indiana Gen Web Site
Orange County, Indiana
Gen Web Site
Vigo County, Indiana Gen
Co., Indiana Biographies Project
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