History of Cyrus Tolman (1820-1890)

History of Cyrus Tolman (1820-1890)

(Contributed by the Thomas Tolman Family Organization. Excerpts from Judson Tolman: Pioneer, Lumberman, Patriarch by E. Dennis Tolman, Second Edition, 2004, pages 12 to 50). BIRTH: Cyrus Tolman was born in Hope, Lincoln, Maine, April 6, 1820 to Nathan and Sarah Hewitt...
Judson Isaac Tolman’s Temple Wedding Trip

Judson Isaac Tolman’s Temple Wedding Trip

This story is an excerpt from Judson Isaac Tolman’s own account of when he first met his wife in school in Tooele, and later their trip to the Logan Utah Temple to be married.

Mary Elizabeth Tolman Home

Mary Elizabeth Tolman was only a year old when she moved from Tooele to Marion with her parents, Cyrus Ammon Tolman and Maria Louisa Pickett in 1881. She lived with them until about 1890, when the President Wilford Woodruff issued the Manifesto that ended the practice...

Lewis Owen Tolman and Esther Annie May Walker Home

The Lewis Owen Tolman and Esther Annie May Walker Family Lewis Owen Tolman is the son of Owen Joshua Tolman and Sarah Baskerville Alexander.  Lewis married Esther Annie May Walker and they raised their children in Marion, Idaho. The related story below captures some...

Glen and Opal Tolman Home

Glen and Opal on June 26, 1990, their 50th Wedding Anniversary Parley Glenn Tolman is the great grandson of Cyrus Tolman, grandson of Joshua Alvin Tolman and son of Parley Lambert Tolman. He is the fourth generation to live and farm in Marion and Island. He worked...

Parley Lambert and Vilate Tolman’s First Home

The actual site of Parley Lambert and Vilate Tolman’s first home was actually farther east. Parley purchased this home and dry farm from his parents for $100 where they had to carry water to their home from the stream below. According to their son Russell...

William Alvin and Hattie Naomi Tolman Home (Hale Place)

Likely picture of the Hale Place William Alvin and Hattie Naomi Tolman and their family moved to their third home where Bernice (1920) and Hattie (1923) were born. This home was called the Hale Place because it was on Albert Hale’s property. This home had three...
Fanny’s Wedding Trip with Judson Isaac and Emerett

Fanny’s Wedding Trip with Judson Isaac and Emerett

(An excerpt from the history of Judson Isaac Tolman.) In Marion, I met again the young girl who had first attracted my attention when at school in Tooele, she corrected the teacher as to her name as before referred to. She had come with her family to the Oakley valley...
A Short History by George Elza Tolman

A Short History by George Elza Tolman

(A short history written by George Elza Tolman on his memories of his parents, Daniel Henry and Mabel Tolman as well as his own experiences growing up in Marion.) They never had electricity in their home at Marion. They used the old coal oil lamps, which were very...
A Short History of Wilber Thomas Cranney

A Short History of Wilber Thomas Cranney

(Excerpts related to Marion from Wilber Thomas Cranney’s short history and notes from his son, Ariel Oliver Cranney’s account of his father.) Wilbur T. Cranney – from his short history I moved to Idaho in the spring of 1909, and bought a farm at Marion....
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