TREVILLER, or TRAVILLA, Katharine, a widow, appears to have arrived in
1699, on the ship "Josiah and Betty," with her children, of whom a daughter
of the same name was only two years old.  The other children were James,
who died in Marlborough, 1720, unmarried; Henry, who married, in 1720,
Mary, daughter of Morgan James and died in Marlborough, 1726; Richard, who
took up land on Doe Run in 1715; and Ann, who married Thomas Stockin, of
Whiteland, and after his death became the wife of Richard Richison, of that
  James purchased, in 1713, 200 acres of the Simcock tract, where the
village of Londongrove stands, and devised the same to his brother Henry,
who purchased land near by, in Londongrove township.  Henry's children were
Ann, who married Samuel Underwood in 1738; Thomas, who married his cousin,
Mary James, and was living in Philadelphia in 1770; James, who married, at
First Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, Catharine (Pugh), widow of
Benjamin Rhoads, in 1745, and removed to York County about 1753, where her
daughters by Rhoads married John and William Rankin, Tories in the
Revolution.  James Travilla returned to this county about 1765 with his