LUCINDA TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
LucindaTolle, daughter of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born 1 May 1808 in Fauquier County, Virginia. she married Turner Dawson on 11 Jun 1825 in Fauquier County. He was born 8 Dec 1802. Turner Dawson died 4 Jun 1847, in Knox County, Ohio and Lucinda married again to William Levering. she was named in her father's probate record. she died 14 Nov 1875 in Cleveland, Ohio. She is buried in th Salem Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, in Wayne Township, Knox County, Ohio.
The children of Lucinda (Tolle) and Turner Dawson were:
PARMENUS W. TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
Parmenus W. Tolle, son of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born about 1812 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married in Fauquier County on 25 Jul 1833 (bond date) to Susan Jane Davis. Susan was born about 1817, the daughter of James C. Davis. He moved to Marion County, Missouri at the same time as his parents and siblings. He was named in his father's probate. He was on the 1840 census there, and can be found in the deed books there between 1845-1848. In 1848/1849 he decided to head for the California Gold Fields, but died of Cholera along the way. He was buried near Chimney Rock in Nebraska. He left behind a widow and several young children.
The children of Susan Jane (Davis) and Parmenus W. Tolle were:
NIMROD D. TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2: Roger1)
Nimrod D. Tolle, son of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born about 1814 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married there on 7 Jul 1834 to Sidney Mallory. The ceremony was performed by Hy (Henry) Furlong. Sidney was born 29 Nov 1813 in Fauquier County, the daughter of Lucy (Humston) and Edward Mallory. Nimrod and sidney moved to Marion County, Missouri about 1837, at the same time that his parents and siblings also made the move. He was on the deed books there, but by 1840 he had settled in neighboring Lewis County, Missouri. In a history of Lewis County, he is listed as a resident prior to 1840 on Section 23, Township 60, Range 7. Nimrod had purchased this land from the United States. He appeared often in the deed records, in some court records, and in his father's probate. Nimrod was still in Missouri in 1850, but before 1860 he had moved his family to Denton County, Texas. He was listed on the 1860 census there. When the Civil War began, his two oldest sons immediately joined the Confederate army. Then, at the age of fifty-four Nimrod enlisted in Company K, of the 29th Texas Cavalry. (Confederate) He was a Private in Colonel DeMorse's Regiment. Data from his papers says he was enlisted by Lt Merchant on 22 Apr for 3 years at Denton, Texas. It also says he was a substitute in the place of D. Turner. One history says that he was killed in Texas by Bushwhackers in 1864, and another older cousin remembered hearing that he had been hung. Those details are still unknown, and we do not know where this happened, or where he is buried. After the war, Sidney (Mallory) Tolle moved with some of her grown children to Crawford County, Arkansas where she was on the 1870 census. She died there about 1875, and is buried in the Bryant Cemetery, in Lee Creek Township, Crawford County, Arkansas.
The children of Sidney (Mallory) and Nimrod D. Tolle were:
Researcher/Descendants of Nimrod D. Tolle
See Tolle Cousins #1 - #16 - #39
JULIA ANN TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
Julia Ann Tolle, daughter of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born about 1816 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She married Thompson F. Anderson on 18 Jul 1835 in Fauquier County. Thompson was born about 1814, and he was the son of Nicholas Anderson. Julia and Thompson moved to Missouri at the same time as her parents and siblings, and where on the census of Marion County in 1850, and in Lewis County for 1860 and 1870. She was mentioned in her father's probate. Nothing more is known of her after the 1870 census.
The children of Julia Ann (Tolle) and Thompson F. Anderson were:
ANN MARIAH TOLLE6 (George Jr5: George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
Ann Mariah Tolle, daughter of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born 27 Jun 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia. About 1835 she married Lewis S. Brown. She was his third wife, and he had other children. She was mentioned in her father's probate. She and Lewis are listed in the 1850 census of Lewis County, and on the 1860 census she was a widow, age 42.
The children of Ann Mariah (Tolle) and Lewis S. Brown were:
GEORGE DANIEL TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
George Daniel Tolle, son of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born Jun 1820 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He and his family moved to Marion County, Missouri in the 1930s. He was mentioned in his father's probate. He married Martha J. Stafford on 2 May 1850 in Callaway County, Missouri. He became a Baptist Minister, and officiated in Callaway and Miller Counies in the 1850s. There wer marriages performed by him there between 1852-1860. His name is also found in the indexes to the deeds of Calaway County. In one record, he said that he had come to Missouri with his family in 1836, and lived there ever since, with the exception of the Civil War when he lived in the South. It isn't known where that was. The next record we have for him is in the 1880 census of Monroe County, Missouri. He was the last minister of the Huntsville Baptist Church there. He was at Rocky Mount Baptist Church of Miller County, Missouri during 1870-1889. In 1900 his address was at 3256 Oaks Street in Kansas City, Missouri. He was also a member of the Masons, belong to several lodges over the years.
The children of Martha (Stafford) and George Daniel Tolle were:
CATHERINE JANE TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
Catherine Jane Tolle, daughter of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born 21 Sep 1822 in Fauquier County, Virginia. she married about 1840 to George Washington Sevier, probably in Missouri. They lived in Marion County, Missouri at least through 1860. She died 27 Feb 1902 in California, only two weeks after arriving in Monrovia.
The children of Catherine Jane (Tolle) and George Washington Sevier were:
For descendant/researcher of Catherine Jane
see Tolle Cousin - #3
VIENNA ELIZABETH TOLLE6 (George Jr5; George Sr4; Roger3; Tobias2; Roger1)
Vienna Eliazabeth Tolle, daughter of Cloe (Culverhouse) and George Tolle Jr, was born before 1830 in Fauquier County, Virginia. As a child she moved to Marion County, Missouri with her parents about 1836. She married on 21 Sep 1843 in Marion County to William S. Hall. In the 1860 census she is listed as age 34, head of house in Marion County. Her mother Cloe was living with her. she wasn't found in the 1850 census, and it is not known what happened to her husband. Perhaps he went to the California gold fields and died there. Just a thought.
The children of Vienna Elizabeth (Tolle) and William S Hall were:
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