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Re: James and Frances (Douglas) Tolerton
Posted by: Joyce Lynn Tolerton Date: March 29, 2001 at 20:39:10
In Reply to: Re: James and Frances (Douglas) Tolerton by Bill Mansfield of 29

I Don't have any of his documents any more. They got lost somehow. I do want to make a correction of what I said. The family did come here from Ireland after having been in England to Salem, Ohio as Quakers then became Methodists. They married into the Weaver family who were of the LDS's who didn't go to Utah when the split happened and too became Methodist. They were mainly teacers and farmers from the Warren, Ohio area and their records including the marriages and children of the Tolerton's are in Salt Lake City, Utah today. Howard Daniel's daughter Mary married Clifford Hood President of US Steel for 50 years and son William was a professor at William and Mary College in VA.I hope this will help you trace the line. Who exactly are you trying to help? What are you looking for? I would like to know my Arms Shield if you know it or run across it. I can't find it. In the process of looking is when I found this site with your message.Do you have any connection with the message from Jennifer on the board? What was she looking for and what connection does she have with the Tolerton's?

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