Some Members of the Trollope Family
Anthony's mother, herself a famous novelist and travel writer.
Cecilia Trollope (1818-1849)
Anthony's sister. Author of Chollerton, A Tale of Our Own Times (1846).
Thomas Adolphus Trollope (1810-1892)
Anthony's older brother. Wrote many novels, mostly centered in Italy. Filippo Strozzi (1860) may have inspired George Eliot's Romola. His autobiography, What I Remember (1887), contrasts some of his recollections of childhood with those of his younger brother Anthony.
Frances Eleanor (Ternan) Trollope (1834-1913)
Wife of Thomas A. Trollope. Sister of Ellen Ternan. Author of a number of novels.
Henry Merivale Trollope (1846-1926)
One of Anthony's sons. Wrote one novel, My Own Love Story (1887).