The word travell caught my eye recently. It seems it's an archaic version of travel. But is it still in use ?
AmEng traveled/traveling BrEng travelled/travelling
But both AmEng and BrEng use travel right ?
The OED marks "travell" (both noun and verb) as being "ME–16", which means that it was used in Middle English to the 1600s. The latest example they have with the spelling is from 1660:
From Monte Fiascone we travell a plain and pleasant Champion to Viterbo.
The diary of John Evelyn
I think it's pretty safe to say no, it is not used anymore. Everyone spells it "travel".