So far, only those sketches marked Complete!!! are finished. Still working on the others. However, all the links should be good. You will simply see that all of the pages exist, but most of them have yet to be completed.
Although the page is not complete, there is a very interesting old photograph at the sketch for Jacob Troutman (1788).
If you have not already done so, please read my discussion of Names, Places, and Dates.
The place given for each Troutman family is the place where that family was in 1850 if the family head was still living in 1850, or the place where the family head died if he died before 1850.
A Troutman family consists of a male Troutman, his wife or wives, and his children. Female Troutmans are discussed under their fathers, as well as male Troutmans who nver married. In general, this website does not follow female Troutmans beyond their husband(s) and children. To be part of the above list, a Troutman had to be married by 1 Jun 1850, the Official Date of the 1850 Census. The one exception is my discussion of African-American Troutman families of North Carolina since most data on them does not begin to appear until the 1870 Census.