|Birth: ||Dec. 5, 1815|
|Death: ||Jul. 6, 1904|
an agent of Iowa's Underground Railroad. He built a secret hiding place in his family's home and concealed it behind a bookcase that he built into his children's room.
According to one story, Theron reportedly, told his son to feed the bloodhounds searching for the escapted slaves poisoned biscuits. In another story, he was so outraged to hear how an escaped slave was forced to leave behind her baby while fleeing, that he took off on horseback, returning two days later with the baby.
Wolbers, Jan. "Legends of Hidden Heroes."
The Goldfinch, 20 (Spring, 1999), 18-19
Watson TROWBRIDGE b: 23 DEC 1842 in Denmark, Lee County, Iowa
John Brown TROWBRIDGE b: 23 AUG 1850 in Denmark, Lee County, Iowa
Mary Eliza TROWBRIDGE b: 23 OCT 1852 in Denmark, Lee County, Iowa
Celia Abigail TROWBRIDGE
Emerette Mariah Brett Trowbridge (1820 - 1902)
Annis Chappel Case Trowbridge (1818 - 1891)*
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Record added: Sep 16, 2007
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Deacon Theron Trowbridge was a devoted abolitionist and underground railroad station master. "Blessed be the Lord, who has not given us as prey to their teeth! We have escaped as a bird from the snare of the fowlers; the snare is broken and we have escape...(Read more)|
Great-great-great granddaughter Ellen
Added: Mar. 6, 2011