Chalker, J.   Horrors of the dancing gods.  New York:  Ballantine Books, 1995.
“master wizard Throckmorton P. Ruddygore” 

Cornwell, Patricia.  Isle of Dogs.   Berkley Publishing Group , 2002.  On about p.  152 of her novel, Ms. Cornwell mentions “JR120”, widely believed to be Kenelm  or Kellum Throckmorton, possibly the first Throckmorton to America, an  inhabitant of the Jamestown settlement, being researched by
anthropologists and a historian.  His bones have been found.

Fairstein, Linda.  Bad  blood.  New York:  Scribner, 2007.  Ms. Fairstein’s settings are often in New York City or the area.  In this book she mentions much about the “sandhogs” of New York, the folks who dig the tunnels, and as mention of the history of the eastern area of the Bronx, she discusses the Throg’s Neck area
named for my ancestor John Throckmorton, who had a farm there  of hundreds of acres in the 1640s.  There is not other relation of any Throckmorton to the actual plot, however.  Check p. 186.

Grand, Gordon. A horse for Christmas morning, and other stories. New York: Winchester Press, 1970.  “Mr. Henry P. Throckmorton”                             

 Jenkins, Dan. Fast copy. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1988. “Betsy Throckmorton” 

 LaFevers, R. L.  Theodosia Throckmorton and the Serpents of Chaos.  New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2007.  Visit the Theodosia Throckmorton website!  Read an excerpt from the book.

OWL.  The Throckmorton case.  Bloomington:  Our Writing League, 2006.  “William J. Throckmorton   III ,          (see more at

Pullinger, Kate.  Weird sister.   Phoenix mass market , 1999.  This is about Agnes Samuel,  wrongly condemned to death as a witch by the Throckmortons of Warboys.

Seawell, Molly Elliot. Throckmorton. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1899. This historical novel seems  to  include names familiar to us but perhaps encompassing traits of multiple people: “Major George Throckmorton” of Virginia, “Jack Throckmorton.” 

Woods, Stuart.  The short forever.  New York:  G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2002.  “Detective Inspector Evelyn Throckmorton” (long E in Evelyn, male gender, very British.)           

 Lobster Man from Mars.  V VHS, 1990.  This is a wacky sci-fi spoof in which Billy Barty plays the role of “Mr. Throckmorton”.        Well, I didn’t know where to put this one but it’s definitely unique!


Dr. Tom D. Throckmorton, in addition to his reknown due to daffodil propagation , also was an appreciator of excellent writing.  He made the following review
comments for:

            Waller, Robert James. Just beyond the firelight. Stories and Essays by Robert James Waller (also the author of “Bridges of Madison County”).  Publisher: Iowa State University Press, 1989.

           “Poetry disguised as prose. A master of short sentences with exactly the right descriptive words. His ‘soft-upon-the-Earth’ passion converts rather than changes-a rare quality.”-Tom D. Throckmorton, M.D., Des Moines                         


James Fron “Sonny” Throckmorton is an American country music singer and songwriter. Known primarily for his songwriting, Throckmorton has had more than 1,000 of his songs recorded by various country singers.Wikipedia

Throckmorton, Sonny. Last cheater’s waltz. Sound recording by Mercury, 1978. Songs written, sung and awards are too numerous to list. A good reference is his listing in  McCloud, Barry.  Definitive country:  the ultimate encyclopedia of country music and its performers. New York:   The Berkley Publishing Group, 1995.  For picture, song list and career highlights see:


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