Joseph Trollip, SV/PROG (1775 - 1862) MP

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Nicknames: "Trollop"
Place of Burial: (Settlers), Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Birthplace: Frome, Selwood, Somersetshire, England
Death: Died in Bathurst, Albany, Cape Colony, South Africa
Managed by: Bruce Trollip
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About Joseph Trollip, SV/PROG

1820 British Settler

Joseph Trollip 45, Labourer, together with his wife Susannah Crouch 39 and their 8 children, were part of Hyman's party of 42 Settlers on the Weymouth.

Party originated from Wiltshire.

Departure 7 January 1820. Arrival Table Bay, Cape Town - 16 April 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820

Area allocated to the Party : Lynedoch River

Children :

  • William Trollip 24
  • John Trollip 22
  • Stephen Trollip 19
  • Esther Trollip 18
  • Rhoda Ann Trollip 13
  • Jacob Trollip 11
  • Joseph Anthony Trollip 9
  • Mary Ann Trollip 7

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Changed the name of his 6 and up children from TROLLOP to TROLLIP. Trollip has now become the standard spelling.

The TROLLIPS, when they arrived with the settlers, were located on the Reed River about 6 miles inland from Port Alfred. Joseph named his farm "Standerwick" after his home village near Frome but the Deeds Office erroneously recorded it "Standerwig". Joseph and his sons helped to clear the "Chapel in the Woods" where Methodist services were held in this open air tabernacle. Services were held regularly at "Standerwick" and Jeremiah GOLDSWAIN and Eliza DEBNAM (of Frome) were married there 21.10.1822. As three of the TROLLIP sons were over 18 they were also entitled to allotments so the TROLLIP family were given four separate grants. In 1826 Joseph TROLLIP stood security for the sum of £600 for a Government schooner bought by Christopher MACAY. He also owned much property in Grahamstown and the Rev. William SHAW lived in one of his houses.

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Joseph Trollip, SV/PROG's Timeline

1775
April, 1775
Frome, Selwood, Somersetshire, England
1794
September 25, 1794
Age 19
Frome, Selwood, Somersetshire, England
1796
April 11, 1796
Age 21
Frome, Somersetshire, England
1798
March 3, 1798
Age 22
Somersetshire, England
1800
January 6, 1800
Age 24
Somerset, England
1802
February 18, 1802
Age 26
Horningsham, Wiltshire, UK
1804
February 4, 1804
Age 28
Frome, Somersetshire, Somerset, United Kingdom
1805
December 21, 1805
Age 30
1808
May 7, 1808
Age 33
Somersetshire, England
1810
March 12, 1810
Age 34
Frome, Somerset, UK