Lisa I also havebeen researchingtrev's in London "AND ANYWHERE ELSE i CAN FIND THEM.Sorrycan't type for nuts. Poplar of course is in the EAst End of London Where my fore bears hail from. Coincidentally my grandfather George Henry Trevallion was also born in London in 1853!in Hackney just a couple of miles from Poplar.Make no mistake they are the same name spelt as different people heard it spoken. The famous G.m. Trevelyanson of an even more famous father saidhis name was pronounced Trevilyan "at least for the last couple of hundred years".You will have found no doubt that the name was spelt a couple of different ways in the same sentance!In the Trevelyan Papers the marriage of John Trevelyan to Elizabeth Whalesborough A.D. 1452 he is described as Trevylyan.
P.S. I wish someone could tell me from whence John Trevallion who married a Custis came?Why also is the battle of Trevillian Station variously described as Trevallion and Trevillion? eMail me if you like