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The name Trollope is derived from the place-name Troughburn, in Northumberland, England, [1] originally Trolhop, Norse for "troll valley". The earliest recorded use of the surname is John Andrew Trolope (1427–1461) who lived in Thornlaw, Co. Durham[2] and Sir Andrew Trollope (died 1461) who was an English soldier during the later stages of the Hundred Years' War and at the time of the Wars of the Roses.

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SpellingsEdit

Spelling variations of this family name include Trollop, Trollope, Trolloop, Trollup, Trollupe, and others.

Notable TrollopesEdit

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NotesEdit

  1. ^ Hey: p.7
  2. ^ Reaney: p.355

ReferencesEdit

  • D Hey Family Names and Family History (2000) . ISBN 1-85285-255-0
  • P H Reaney Dictionary of British Surnames ( 1958). ISBN 0-7100-8106-5

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