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About The Trumbull Family
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Family Name History  -  TRUMBULL

The surname Trumbull is nickname in origin, being derived from a personal or physical  characteristic of the orignal bearer. The source of the name can be traced to the Old English  word "trumbeald" meaning "strong, bold" and therefore, the name was of a very complmentary nature,  Trumble is a variant of the name and many scholars believe that the surname Turnbull is a  corruption of Trumbull.

Alan Trumbald of Yorkshire is recorded in the "Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield" in 1313 as  is a Thrumball in 1316. In 1568, one Elizabeth Trumble is registered in the "Subsidy Rolls" for  Suffolk and the name of Ralph Trumball of Berkshire occurs in "The Forty-First Annual Report of  the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records".

Notable bearers of this surname include John Trumbull (1750 - 1831), the American poet who passed  the entrance exam to Yale at the age of seven. John Trumbull (1756 - 1854), the son of governor  Jonathan Trumbull, was a well-known American painter resposible for the decorations of the Capital  rotunda.

Nathan Paige, cleveland.com

Trumbull County

Trumbull County – (County Seat: Warren)

On July 10, 1800, the government of the Northwest Territory authorized the creation of Trumbull County. It originally was a portion of the Connecticut Western Reserve. The county was named in honor of Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull.

Blazon of Arms :    Argent three Bulls' heads erased stable breathing fire proper                           Source Reference: Buke's General Armory page 1033

Translation :        A Bull's head is the symbol of valour and magnaninity. Fire signifies Zeal                           and Argent is associated with Pease and Sincerity.

Crest :                A Bull's head erased stable breathing fire proper.

Translation :        Stable denotes constancy.

Origin :               England


Trumbull County Ohio

Trumbull County – (County Seat: Warren)

On July 10, 1800, the government of the Northwest Territory authorized the creation of Trumbull County. It originally was a portion of the Connecticut Western Reserve. The county was named in honor of Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull.
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