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I've "rescued" an old photograph of Loren TRULLINGER which was taken at the
Eastman Studio in Portland, OR. The photograph appears to have been taken
in the 1880's with Loren likely in his teens or 20's at the time. Based on
limited research and thanks to the help of a TRULLINGER Family Researcher,
I've gathered the following additional information regarding Loren and his
Loren or Loran Blodget or Blodgett TRULLINGER was b. 2 Jan 1869 in Middle
Fork Township, Ringgold Co., IA to parents Milton Stone or Stonewall or
Stonewell TRULLINGER (b. 18 May 1830 in Fountain Co. IN- d. 3 Jun 1907 in
Molalla, OR) and Maria or Mariah or Marian Jane HAMPTON (b. 6 Mar 1843 in
Fountain Co., IN-d. 1921 in Molalla, OR). Loren was one of 9 children born
to this couple including, Reuben Wade; Loren Blodget; Elenor "Ellen"; John
Bunyon or Bunyan; Marietta "Etta" Beatrice; Irvin or Irving or Erwin or
Ervin; Washington; and Arcalia or Arcadia TRULLINGER all born between 1867
Loren's father Milton was first married to Margaret CARR in Davis Co. IA,
she died in 1865, they had 6 children together, including, Henry Clay; Aaron
Chatterton; Mary Elizabeth "Lizzy"; Horatio Howard; Charlotte; and Ella
TRULLINGER, all born between 1853 and 1864. Loren's father Milton was known
to be a supporter of the underground railroad, assisting slaves to freedom
in Canada with his farm being one of the underground rail stations.
Loren married Alice May FLINN (b. 17 Mar 1873 in Wood, WV-d. 10 Dec 1965 in
Portland, OR) in 1891, and he died 8 Oct 1844 in Portland, OR and is buried
in the Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery in Portland, OR. Loren and Alice had
a son, Roy Milton TRULLINGER b. 17 Feb 1893 in Cherryville, OR, he married
Nellie Eathel HARTMUS (b. 14 Sept 1902 in Spokane, WA) and together they had
a son, Lawrence E. TRULLINGER b. 22 Feb 1930 in Portland, OR.
Census records provide the following details:
1880 census of Middle Fork, IA:
Milton TRULLINGER, age 50, a Farmer, born IN, parents born OH
Mariah J. TRULLINGER, wife, age 37, Keeping House, born IN, parents born TN
Wade TRULLINGER, son, age 13, a Farm Laborer, born IA
Loren B. TRULLINGER, son, age 11, a Farm Laborer, born IA
Elenor TRULLINGER, dau, age 9, Attending School, born IA
John Bunyon TRULLINGER, son, age 7, Attending School, born IA
Marietta TRULLINGER, dau, age 5, Attending School, born IA
Irvin TRULLINGER, son, age 1, born IA
1900 census of Soda Springs, OR:
Loren B. TRULLINGER, age 31, born Jan 1869, married 9 years, born IA,
parents born IN, a Farmer
Alice M. TRULLINGER, wife, age 27, born Mar 1873, married 9 years, 1 child/1
living, born WV, parents born WV/OH
Roy M. TRULLINGER, son, age 7, born Feb 1893, born OR
1910 census of Portland, OR:
Loren B. TRULLINGER, age 41, married 19 years, born IA, parents born IN/IA,
an Odd Jobs Laborer
Alice M. TRULLINGER, wife, age 37, married 19 years, 1 child/1 living, born
WV, parents born WV/OH
Roy M. TRULLINGER, son, age 17, born OR, a Machine Shop Apprentice
1920 census of Portland, OR:
Loran B. TRULLINGER, age 51, born IA, parents born IN/IA, a Driver
Alice M. TRULLINGER, wife, age 46, born WV, parents born WV/IA
Roy M. TRULLINGER, son, age 26, born OR, Auto Repairman
1930 census of Portland, OR:
Loren B. TRULLINGER, age 61, born IA
Alice M. TRULLINGER, wife, age 57, born WV
I am hoping to locate someone from this family so that the photograph can be
returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you
know someone who might be, please contact me.
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