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    1. Re: [TRIGG] Administrative Note & Roll Call
    2. Chris Trigg
    3. HI All, My TRIGG names come from Hampshire around the Odiham/Hartley Wintney/North Warnborough area in the 1770s to 1870s when they moved to London. Stuck with the birth date and location of JOHN TRIGG who married SARAH TRIMMER at Odiham Parish Church on 3 Nov 1804 - both described as "of this parish" but an expanding search into local villages and towns has not thrown anything up yet. Would have been born 1776 to 1778-ish from his age on his death certificate in 1842. Nothing relevant on Ancestry. Kind regards Chris -----Original Message----- From: MICHAEL LYNN Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 7:47 PM To: trigg@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [TRIGG] Administrative Note & Roll Call hello,my name is michael lynn.i have been researching the tree of my aunt--eleanor elizabeth trigg.she was born in gloucester on13 april 1927.she married my uncle---cecil alexander lynn at st.oswalds,coney hill,gloucester on09 october 1948.i am interested in any relative in her family.(her parents were percy frank trigg andbeatrice sarah harris).any information would be greatly appreciated. ________________________________ From: Ian Marr <ian_marr@bigpond.net.au> To: trigg@rootsweb.com Sent: Wednesday, 22 May 2013, 4:05 Subject: [TRIGG] Administrative Note & Roll Call Hello TRIGG List Members, My name is Ian Marr and I have just taken over as administrator for the TRIGG Mailing List. I note that we currently have 34 members. I also note that the list has been very quiet for some time, so I thought we should liven things up a bit by inviting a "roll call". That is, let's re-post our interests and see what happens. My own TRIGG connection will be posted shortly. Also, it might be worthwhile to visit the list FAQ. This will probably appear at first sight to be some sort of draconian attemp to impose law & order, but it is simply meant as a general guide, that if adhered to, will ensure we all get maximum results and maximum enjoyment from our list participation. You can find the FAQ at: http://home.vicnet.net.au/~marr/FAQ.html So, onward and upward, let's get into the roll-call - and don't forget, meaningful Subject lines please :-) Regards, Ian MARR List Admin - TRIGG Mailing List ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TRIGG-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TRIGG-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    05/23/2013 04:10:35
    1. Re: [TRIGG] Administrative Note & Roll Call
    2. Bob Douglas
    3. Hi My Trigg family are from Dorking in Surrey. Working backwards from my Denyers in Godalming, 1643-1709 married Elizabeth Trigg I can proved they married in many documents but have never found the marriage It must have taken place abt 1679-1773 Elizabeth Trigg was daughter of Henry Trigg, tallowchandler of Dorking, and Jane Constable (born Ockley). Henry died in 1671, left a will and inventory. Jane his widow died in 1680 and left a will, and George Denyer was one of the executors. Subsequently there were three legal cases in Chancery. Among Henry and Jane Trigg's children were Henry junior, married to Temperance Finch, and John Trigg (a grocer in Southwark) who married Joan Hunt. Henry Trigg junior died in 1683. In one legal challenge, in 1682, Henry Trigg jun sued George Denyer regarding the will In the next challenge, Temperance Trigg sued John Trigg regarding the will Temperance now remarried to Richard Smithers and Richard and Temperance now sued George Denyer (Note this is addressed to George Jeffreys, Lord Chancellor (the hanging judge) who is also in my tree. Attached to these cases is a massive inventory of Jane's possessions, which isby far the longest and most detailed. I have the legal papers online but not the inventory. http://cotswan.com/documents.htm Henry Trigg was son of Edward Trigg who died at Dorking in 1628, he left a non-cupative will. There are also Triggs in Godalming but have not found a connection to these Bob

    05/23/2013 04:47:01