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101 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1024)
 
102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1029)
 
103 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1030)
 
104 1st marriage 1884 James Mills
2nd " 1916 Mr. Higgins 
MILLS, James (I696)
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1025)
 
106 1st marriage Louisa Holvey 02/07/1887. Louisa died 1892. Do not know is there were any children from this 5 year marriage. ANDERSON, George (I10)
 
107 1st marriage. Unclear when she died. Possibly 1851.  STANBRIDGE, Elizabeth (I973)
 
108 1st wife Mary Travers
7 children
2nd wife Jane Sarah Field
no children 
TOLL, John (I677)
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I570)
 
110 2 children.
Chairman of Board of Directors of School district No.2, Jackson Co.
in 1945. See: Madford Mail Tribune (Medford, OR); 28 May 1945; Monday; page 26; end of col 8. 
TOLLE, Harold E (I4431)
 
111 2 Sons RW NEEL & WJ NEEL. TOLLE, Mary Elizabeth (I4299)
 
112 21 Rosedene Ave, Morden. TOLL, George Thomas Augustus (I1045)
 
113 25 Jul 1833 is the bond date.  Family F1241
 
114 29 Jan 1705/6 George Tolle - no affidavit - notice to Edward Fursdon
overseer of the poor 12 Feb 
TOLLE, George (I5)
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1026)
 
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3769)
 
117 3 children all b. U.S.A. SMITH, Rachel (I2581)
 
118 3 Feb 1705/6 Anne Tolle - no affidavit - notice to Edward Fursdon
overseer of the poor 12 Feb 
ANETT, Anne (I6)
 
119 3 Husbands
[1] David Stillwell
[2] William Guinne
[3] Joseph Plunket 
EMMERSON, Clara Isabella Rose (Nancy) (I1405)
 
120 4 children BARR, Robert (I2571)
 
121 4 children BARR, aNDREW (I2580)
 
122 4 children - TOLE of Newport Pagnell BENSON, Ruth (I3385)
 
123 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4445)
 
124 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1268)
 
125 5 children BARR, Arthur (I2569)
 
126 5 children - TOLE of Newport Pagnell PRATT, Sarah (I3386)
 
127 64 Walton Road, Upton Park on enlistment into WW1 in 1915
5ft 6.5 inches tall, Brown hair, blue eyes, fair complextion.
Wife Lilian TOLL on enlistment
 
TOLL, Albert C. (I1711)
 
128 75 Sellincourt Rd TOLL, Reginald Arthur (I995)
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F42
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I924)
 
131 A daughter born & died 14 Oct 1841 Barren County, Kentucky. TOLLE, [dau] (I3705)
 
132 A daughter born and died 16 Jul 1823 Barren County, Kentucky. TOLLE, [dau] (I3697)
 
133 A daughter, a twin, born and died 10 Aug 1812 Amherst County, Virginia. TOLLE, [dau] [twin] (I3687)
 
134 A Family History of John and Nancy (Burch) Nichols and their descendants;
pioneers who journeyed to Kentucky from Virginia in 1805 and established their homestead in Barren County on the waters of Fallen Timber Creek in 1812. 
Source (S93)
 
135 A grocer in 1864 PILGRIM, Mary Ann (I1671)
 
136 A History of Adams County Ohio

Judge Tolle was reared in Adams County, and lived from boyhood until about his fortieth year at Bentonville. Here he attended the Public schools and later became a pupil in the select school of Prof. Miller, an Eastern educator, who made Bentonville an educational center for several years. Prof. Burns, the author of Burns' English Grammar, was a teacher in this school. Samuel McKinley, a relative of the ancestors of President McKinley, was one of the eminent tutors of our subject. So that upon attaining his majority, Judge Tolle was equipped with a good common school education supplemented with a knowledge of the sciences, that enabled him to take a position among the foremost educators of his portion of the State. He was engaged in his chosen profession from 1862 till his election as Probate Judge, in 1881, and during a good deal of that time he was a member of the Board of School Examiners of the county. On the twelfth day of June, 1862, he was united in marriage to Miss Esther A. Edgington, daughter of William L. and Mary A. Payne Edgington. Her grandparents were Virgintans and came to Adams County in pioneer days. The grandfather, William Edgington, was a cousin of Asahel and John Edgington, whose biographies appear in this volume, and who were celebrated pioneers of Adams County.
While engaged in the profession of teaching, Judge Tolle read law under the guidance of Hon. Thomas J. Mullen, an eminent lawyer of Adams County for many years. But after some experience in the courts, he took an aversion to the practice of law as observed by him, and laid aside his Chitty forever.
The Judge has been a prominent factor in Adams County politics for over forty years, never having missed voting at but one election, April. 1863, when very sick, in ail that time. He was elected Clerk of Sprigg Township iti 1861 and re-elected in 1862. Refused the nomination in 1863, but in 1864 the Democratic party, of which he has always been an active member, took him up and elected him Clerk of the Township the two succeeding years. In 1871, he was appointed School Examiner by Judge Coryell, and he served continuously in that capacity until 1881, when he was elected on the Democratic ticket Probate Judge of Adams County. He was re-elected three times in succession to this office, so that he served in the office a term of twelve years. He was nominated for a fifth term and defeated by a plurality of twenty-nine votes. His defeat was caused mainly from the fact that being Chairman of the Democratic County Executive Committee the first year of President Cleveland's second term, the disappointed applicants for postmasterships put the blame on the Judge.while in reality Senator Brice controlled this patronage. The Judge has been a member of the West Union School Board, City Council, Trustee of Wilson Children's Home, County Board of Elections, and of the Democratic State Central Committee. He has always been feared from his safe counsel to his party, more than any Democrat of the county, by Republican politicians. He has but one child, Hallam V., who was his Deputy while Probate Judge, and whomade most of the records of the office except the journal, which records are not excelled in any Probate office of the State. Hallam- married Mary Robuck, a daughter of Thomas Robuck, of West Union, and is now the business associate of his father.
Judge Tolle is a member of West Union Lodge, No. 43, F. & A. M., and of Manchester Chapter, No. 129, R. A. M. Also, of West Union Lodge, No. 570, I. O. O. F., and of West Union Encampment, No. 219. He and his wife were members of the Disciples Church at Bentonville until it ceased to exist in 1880. Mrs. Tolle is now a consistent member of the Baptist Church, of West Union.
 
TOLLE, Isaac Newton (I976)
 
137 a maltster of Chellington. Left a Will. TOLE, Thomas (I1175)
 
138 A son born & died 3 Feb 1805 probably in Amherst County, Virginia. TOLLE, [son] (I3673)
 
139 A son born and died 20 Mar 1819 Amherst County, Virginia. TOLLE, [son] (I3692)
 
140 A son born and died 28 Dec 1821 probably Barren County, Kentucky. TOLLE, [son] (I3696)
 
141 A son born and died Mar 1842 Barren County, Kentucky. TOLLE, [son] (I3706)
 
142 A son, born 7 Jan 1816 and died 9 Jan 1816 Amherst County, Virginia. TOLLE, [son] (I3689)
 
143 According to the descendants, there was a problem because of their ages, so they went to Maryland to get married. Family F1073
 
144 acting mother 1891 TOLL, Jane Elizabeth (I692)
 
145 ADA BELL TOLLE born 6 Oct 1872 in Adams County, Ohio. She married on 16 Aug 1890 in Adams County to Isaac Milton Brown. Ada and Isaac had 7 children surnamed BROWN: Della N., Ethel Pearl, Henry Everett, Melvin, Ruby, Pauline, and Richard. Ada died after 1929. TOLLE, Ada Bell (I3394)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1605)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1393)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I414)
 
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1526)
 
150 ADRASTUS MINNS TOLLE born 22 May 1839 Barren County, Kentucky. He never married. He was in the Civil War, a Corporal in the Union Army in Company F, 21st Kentucky Infantry. He enlisted 1 Oct 1861, then re-enlisted 4 Jan 1864. He was honorably discharged at Victoria, Texas on 9 Dec 1865. He arrived home in broken health and died in a few months. He was engaged in many battles, including four months on the Atlanta Campaign. His sister Senora requested in her will that a gravestone be placed on his grave in the Tolle-Snoddy cemetery in Barren County, Kentucky. TOLLE, Adrastus Minns (I3704)
 

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