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Current Approved Donation Objectives
- Annual Organizational Operating Costs. Operating costs include website hosting and maintenance, file storage, audit fees, Form 990 filing with IRS, State of Utah 501c3 annual business fee, publication expenses, etc.
- Onsite Genealogy Research. The family has established procedures to determine if onsite research is necessary. Currently, the family genealogist and other family researchers are evaluating the need to travel to England to verify the birthplace of Thomas Tolman and establish his parentage. There are three working theories. If onsite research is required in England there are additional family surnames that could be researched. Great care would be taken to find the best solution between hiring a professional genealogist from the local area or sending volunteer researchers from the family and covering their travel and per diem costs.
- General fund to use wherever funds are most needed. As determined by the Executive Board, donations can be made to a general fund and used for the approved donation objectives with the greatest need.
Newest Publication for Purchase
|Thomas Briggs: Father, Man of Faith, Healer of the SickHard-bound history compiled and edited by Loraine Tolman Pace. His personal journals from 1881-1909. This volume is 516 pages.|
|Cost: $40.00 + $10.00 for postage|
Items Available for Purchase
|Thomas Tolman Family Organization: A One-Hundred Year HistoryHistory compiled from the minutes of family meetings, letters, family magazines and newsletters, journals and pictures of the Tolman Family from 1903 to 2003. It is 321 pages and compiled by Loraine Tolman Pace.|
|Cost: $10.00 + $3.00 for postage|
|History of Judson Tolman 3rd edition, hard bound, 252 pages by E. Dennis Tolman and Loraine T. Pace – 94 pages added, including brief histories of children.|
|Cost: $20.00 + $4.00 for postage (72 copies left)|
|History of Benjamin Hewitt Tolman 1st edition, hard bound, 267 pages by Dawnine T Mills Johnson.|
|Cost: $20.00 + $4.00 for postage (34 copies left)|
|Thomas Briggs’ Journal From his original journals, including many experiences with Judson and Jaren Tolman. Jaren married two of Thomas Briggs’ daughters and they all spent many years together in Bountiful.|
|Cost: $10.00 + $3.00 for postage (8 copies left)|
|3″ Binders with Tolman Crest Blue binders with the Tolman family crest in black – great for storing family histories, family magazines and newsletters, etc.|
|Cost: $4.00 + $2.50 for postage|
|Joseph Holbrook’s Journal Typed and edited by Mabel F. & Ward C. Holbrook. It is 124 pages of history taken from his journal with entries of Judson and their families as they came west with Brigham Young in the fall of 1848.|
|Cost: $10.00 + $3.00 for postage (15 copies left)|
Items Available for Free Download
|History of Cyrus Tolman (1820) (Available for free download soon)
Hard bound, 168 pages of history and pictures of Cyrus, his wives and children who lived to maturity, by Loraine Tolman Pace.
|Journals of Benjamin Tolman II (Available for free download soon)Son of Benjamin (bro. to Cyrus & Judson) on CD 300+ pages, that would be valuable to all Tolman pioneer descendants.|
|“The Family Tree” CD (Available for free download soon)1748 pages of history by L Glen Tonge including Roots (histories of ancestors), Trunk (Life stories of L. Glen & Betty Jo Christensen Tonge), & Branches (stories of children & families). Glen is great-grandson of Jaren Tolman.|
|Journals of Jaren Tolman (Available for free download soon)Son of Judson & Sarah L. Holbrook Tolman, on CD transcribed and edited, 265 pages of his life in Bountiful with his wives and children.|
|Dedication of Tolman Family Genealogy Center DVD (Available for free download soon)The dedication took place on July 7, 1978 in Bountiful, Utah.|
|CD of 1950s/1960’s Tolman-Mecham Book of Remembrance (Available for free download soon)Sold originally for $80: This is the big black book compiled and published by L. DeVon Mecham that has been a great source of information for decades. It is now available on CD and completely searchable and printable and compatible for today’s research.|
Thomas Family Family Organization
Family History Tips
Tolman Family Magazines and Newsletters
*1965 to 1970, *1971 to 1985, *1986 to 1997, *1988 to 2010, March 2005, January 2008, April 2008, January 2009, March 2009, October 2009, January 2010, April 2010, October 2010, April 2011, September 2011, March 2012, September 2012, March 2013, September 2013, October 2014, September 2015
*Extremely large downloads between 262MB and 660MB.
The Thomas Tolman Family Organization no longer publishes a quarterly magazine. Instead, it publishes monthly stories, news releases, and family history tips on the organization’s website and social media sites.
Note: Some of the genealogical data in earlier issues may now be incorrect due to additional research and access to more records.