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Dannielle. Thank you! Terry.
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This site contains the result of several years of research into the family name Trubody or Truebody.
The site has NOT been notified to any search engine so, although it is on the World Wide Web, it is very unlikely that anyone other than those who know about it will ever find it. I have done it this way so that the site can almost be our own intranet. The information shown on the site has been collected from sources that are open to the public and is freely available to anyone who wishes to use it. There is nothing on the site that you could not find out elsewhere. My aim is simply to gather all the information about our name into one place for all of us to share.
There are, as you will discover, lots of gaps in the trees, most of which will probably never be filled.
The gaps from the mid 19th century until today will, I hope, be filled with your help.
My name is Terence (Terry) Michael Truebody.
As with most people I started researching my family tree only.
Once my immediate lineage was complete I became curious about what other Trubodys
Some were recorded as living in America.
My searches also included census data and later the whole record of births, marriages and deaths posted on www.1837online.co.uk which became findmypast.co.uk.
These records took me to the Midlands and to the South East.
I have since found many Truebody's in South Africa and Australia and my search continues.
The records also took me to close relatives in the Bristol & West area of whom I had no knowledge.
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