Compiled by Hershel G. Truelove.
Truelove - Mulder and Related Families
Features: Photos, Genealogical charts, Historical Documents, Index, Remembrances
Truelove is a rather unusual name and many researchers speculate that most all who bear the name are somehow related. This volume also mentions various other Truelove records found in Colonial America. “Probably the first to arrive in America was Rowland Truelove, Clothworker of London, on January 24, 1621. A patent was received to send 100 persons to a tract in Colonial Virginia known as the Truelove Plantation. In August, 1622, the Truelove Company sent supplies for their plantation on the ship Trulove.”
Another descendant listed is Daniel Boone the famous American pioneer. He was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania. “Daniel’s first adventurous trek was as a wagoner for British General Braddock on his march against the French at Fort Duquesne. The expedition was unsuccessful and after the troops were routed, Daniel was lucky to escape with his life by riding away on one of his horses after cutting loose his wagon.”
Author Hershel Truelove includes numerous personal remembrances, family photos, genealogical charts, and an 850 name index.