Iowa Catherine Tallman1

F, b. 1854
     Iowa Catherine Tallman was born in 1854 at Des Moines or Henry Co., IA.2,1 She was the daughter of Thomas Bell Tallman and Frances Ann Gillespie. Iowa Catherine Tallman married Eli E. Chaney.

Children of Iowa Catherine Tallman and Eli E. Chaney

Citations

  1. [S3179] 1870 Federal Census, Clarke County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 382; FHL #545881.
  2. [S1444] 1860 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 324; FHL #803324.

Ira Tallman

M, b. circa 1867
     Ira Tallman was born circa 1867 at IL. He was the son of Samuel William Tallman and Rachel Houchin.

Irene H. Tallman

F, b. 25 April 1909, d. 1992
     Irene H. Tallman was born on 25 April 1909. She was the daughter of Fred E. Tallman and Alta May Postier. Irene H. Tallman married Arthur R. Malchow, son of Julius F. Carl Malchow and Amalie Wilhelmine Auguste Mary Timm, on 16 March 1929. Irene H. Tallman died in 1992. She was buried in 1992 at Windom Memorial Gardens, Windom, Cottonwood Co., MN, Find A Grave Memorial# 120562432.

Isaac Taylor Tallman

M, b. 29 May 1841
     Isaac Taylor Tallman was born on 29 May 1841 at LaSalle Co., IL. He was the son of Richard Brown Tallman and Mary Boone Taylor.

Isabella Tallman

F, b. circa 1856
     Isabella Tallman was born circa 1856. She was the daughter of William Warwick Tallman and Jennie Nottingham.

Isabella Tallman

F, b. January 1865, d. 1906
     Isabella Tallman was born in January 1865 at Centerville District, Tyler Co., WV.1 She was the daughter of James Bell Tallman and Marinda Jane Strait.1 Isabella Tallman married George Leo Moore on 6 February 1886 at Tyler Co., WV, one child (Clyde) born to the marriage, per 1900 census. Isabella Tallman died in 1906.

Child of Isabella Tallman and George Leo Moore

Citations

  1. [S1441] 1870 Federal Census, Tyler County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1700; FHL #553199.

Jacob M. Tallman

M, b. 8 May 1865, d. 7 December 1889
     Jacob M. Tallman was born on 8 May 1865 at Western, Linn Co., IA. He was the son of Benjamin B. Tallman and Romancy Miller. Jacob M. Tallman died on 7 December 1889 at age 24.
Note: Did not marry -- no issue.

James Tallman

M, b. circa 1668, d. 1724
     James Tallman was born circa 1668 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island Colony. He was the son of Peter Tallman and Joan Briggs. James Tallman married Mary Davol, daughter of Joseph Davol and Mary Brayton, on 1 March 1689/90. James Tallman married Hannah Swain, daughter of John Swain and Mary Wyer, on 14 September 1701. Occupation: Physician, Portsmouth, Rhode Island. James Tallman died in 1724.
Note: James Tallman descendant info from "Helderberg Tallmans" web site, 26 DEC 2003:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~helderbergtallmans/index.html.

Children of James Tallman and Mary Davol

Children of James Tallman and Hannah Swain

James Tallman

M, b. 1725
     James Tallman married Mary (?). James Tallman was born in 1725. He was the son of Benjamin Tallman and Deborah Cook.

Child of James Tallman and Mary (?)

James Tallman

M, b. circa 1850
     James Tallman was born circa 1850. He was the son of William Warwick Tallman and Jennie Nottingham.

James Tallman

M
     James Tallman was born. He was the son of James Henry Tallman.

James Tallman

M, b. 1921
     James Tallman was born in 1921 at Simms, Cascade Co., MT. He was the son of George Jeffries Tallman and Patience Tenney.

James Tallman

M, b. 10 April 1710, d. 16 September 1758
     James Tallman was born on 10 April 1710 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI. He was the son of James Tallman and Hannah Swain. James Tallman died on 16 September 1758 at Gloucester, NJ, at age 48.

James Bell Tallman

M, b. 21 April 1816, d. 9 September 1899
     James Bell Tallman was born on 21 April 1816 at Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH.1 He was the son of James Benton Tallman and Mary Bell. James Bell Tallman married Isabella McConnell. James Bell Tallman married Marinda Jane Strait, daughter of William Straight and Elizabeth Hayes, in 1850.1 James Bell Tallman died on 9 September 1899 at age 83.

Children of James Bell Tallman and Isabella McConnell

Children of James Bell Tallman and Marinda Jane Strait

Citations

  1. [S1261] 1850 Federal Census, Tyler County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 979.

James Benton Tallman

M, b. 24 February 1788, d. October 1874
     James Benton Tallman was born on 24 February 1788 at Rockingham Co., VA.1 He was the son of William Tallman and Phoebe Henton. James Benton Tallman married Mary Bell, daughter of Capt. James Bell and Ann Madelaine Bell, on 16 March 1809 at Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH. James Benton Tallman lived in September 1860 at Wayne Twp., Henry Co., IA.1 He died in October 1874 at Mt. Pleasant, Henry Co., IA, at age 86. He was buried in 1874 at Friends Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Henry Co., IA.

Children of James Benton Tallman and Mary Bell

Citations

  1. [S1444] 1860 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 324; FHL #803324.

James Boone Tallman

M, b. 8 April 1771, d. 8 April 1846
     James Boone Tallman was born on 8 April 1771 at Exeter, Berks Co., PA. He was the son of Benjamin Tallman and Dinah Boone. James Boone Tallman married Nancy Crawford on 4 December 1790 at Rockingham Co., VA. James Boone Tallman married Jemimah Gillespie in 1809 at Pocahontas Co., VA (now WV). James Boone Tallman died on 8 April 1846 at Lewis Co., VA (now WV), at age 75.

Children of James Boone Tallman and Nancy Crawford

Children of James Boone Tallman and Jemimah Gillespie

James Boone Tallman

M, b. May 1852, d. 1929
     James Boone Tallman was born in May 1852 at Virginia (now WV). He was the son of Samuel M. Tallman and Lucinda Cox. James Boone Tallman married Ruhanna E. Stevens in 1875. James Boone Tallman died in 1929.

Children of James Boone Tallman and Ruhanna E. Stevens

James Bruce Tallman

M, b. 1846
     James Bruce Tallman was born in 1846 at Mason Co. (probably), Virginia (now WV).1 He was the son of Thomas Bell Tallman and Frances Ann Gillespie. James Bruce Tallman married Matilda Downing.

Children of James Bruce Tallman and Matilda Downing

Citations

  1. [S1444] 1860 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 324; FHL #803324.

James Calvin Tallman

M, b. January 1891
     James Calvin Tallman was born in January 1891 at Tyler Co., WV.1 He was the son of Charles Wesley Tallman and Susan Rebecca Moore.1 James Calvin Tallman married Lenna Corine Baker circa 1920. James Calvin Tallman lived in April 1940 at Clay Dist., Ritchie Co., WV.

Children of James Calvin Tallman and Lenna Corine Baker

Citations

  1. [S1259] 1900 Federal Census, Tyler County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1774; FHL #1241774.

James Crawford Tallman

M, b. 2 January 1804, d. 7 February 1809
     James Crawford Tallman was born on 2 January 1804 at Rockingham Co., VA. He was the son of James Boone Tallman and Nancy Crawford. James Crawford Tallman died on 7 February 1809 at Rockingham Co., VA, at age 5.

James Crawford Tallman

M, b. 1818, d. 1863
     Note: James married Rebecca Hull of Highland County, Virginia. To this union one son was born who only lived to two years of age. James was elected Sheriff of the county and was also appointed Colonel of the Highland County Militia. During his term of office, his wife died and afterward he went to Goochland County, Virginia. There he met and married Jeanetta Lee Poore, daughter of the widow Jane Lee Poore, whose uncle was Robert E. Lee's father. Mrs. Poore owned 250 acres and kept a tavern and was Postmaster at Fife, Virginia, for 25 years. She owned many slaves who remained on the farm after they were freed. James Crawford Tallman married Jeanetta Lee Poore. James Crawford Tallman was born in 1818 at Pocahontas Co., VA. He was the son of Benjamin Tallman and Elizabeth Warwick. James Crawford Tallman died in 1863.

Children of James Crawford Tallman and Jeanetta Lee Poore

James Henry Tallman

M, b. 19 July 1852, d. 2 July 1926
     James Henry Tallman was born on 19 July 1852 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA. He was the son of James Wells Tallman and Margaretta Minter. James Henry Tallman died on 2 July 1926 at Deer Creek Twp., Lafayette, Madison Co., OH, at age 73.

Children of James Henry Tallman

James Henry Tallman

M, b. 29 August 1844, d. 16 February 1905
     James Henry Tallman was born on 29 August 1844 at Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH. He was the son of John Tallman and Lucinda Low.
Note: James came to Jones County, Iowa with his parents in 1845. He was only 1 year old. He was a Civil War soldier, Company E. 31st Iowa Infantry 14 August 1862 and discharged at Louisville, Kentucky 27 June 1865. His unit entered federal service at Davenport 13 Oct 1862: went to Helena, Ark. and fought at Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi. Ark. Post and the Campaign for Vicksburg. James was engaged in the attack on Jackson, Mississippi and battles for Chattanooga, Tenn. and Ringgold, Ga., was in the campaign for Atlanta and the march through Ga. into the Carolinas. After the war he attended school at Mt. Vernon, Iowa and taught school for three years. In the spring of 1868, he went to Denver, Colorado and taught school near there for a time then traveled among the mines in the mountains; returning in the fall of that same year. In 1874, Mr. TALLMAN came to Greene County, Iowa and acquired 240 acres of good land and engaged in farming and stock raising. Soon after he purchased his land in 1875, the rail road purchased a right of way through his farm (the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific). Having the vision that his farm was a potential town site, James had a plot surveyed by N. Stetson, County Surveyor and called it the town of Paton. Then formed a committee of town fathers of which he was one. Then proceeded to sell off the lots. After the original lots were sold James surveyed the first addition and then the second addition. Most of the lots were sold off by 1883. One street is named in his honor and he gave a parcel to the town for a park, which is named after him. He served two years as town trustee. From the middle 1880's until he moved, James and Landora farmed a small parcel of 110 acres and had a prosperous farm unit. After the lots were sold or at least most of them were sold, they removed to Harlan, Shelby County, Iowa, in October 1891, he purchased lots 10,11 and 12 in Block 56 of Long Addition, in the city of Harlan. These lots are on the north west corner of 4th street and Baldwin Street and the other is on the north west corner of 5th street and Willow street in the City of Harlan Iowa. When James and Landora brought their family north they all came together even though the two older children were marriageable age. Wilbur was married in May and Gertrude in September of 1893. The home they lived in was on 5th street and is still standing (1988) The house is two story and records indicate that it has been remodeled. The 1900 Census of Harlan recorded the TALLMAN family living at 402 Baldwin which is the address of the house. On the 23 Day of November 1898 James and Landora purchased a parcel, #12, block #78 of the Long tract. On 10 August 1901 James sold the house on 402 Baldwin and they moved to 502 Willow the new lot after the house was built. In January 1903 James passed the ownership to Landora his wife and he died in 1905. Landora lived at 502 Willow until 1908 when she married Thomas A. Long 14 October 1908. Both James H. TALLMAN and Landora Jane RICHTSTINE are buried at the Harlan City Cemetery Section 1 Plot 139 Space 5 and 6. (Thomas N. FRANKLIN having previously purchased the plot when his wife Gertrude P. TALLMAN died March 1895. Thomas N. FRANKLIN is also buried there. James Henry Tallman married Landora Jane Richtstine, daughter of John Richtstine Jr. and Elizabeth Ann Graft, on 31 December 1868 at Rome Twp., Jones Co., IA. James Henry Tallman died on 16 February 1905 at Harlan, Shelby Co., IA, at age 60. He was buried on 19 February 1905 at Harlan, Shelby Co., IA.

Children of James Henry Tallman and Landora Jane Richtstine

James Henton Tallman

M, b. 1859
     James Henton Tallman was born in 1859 at Henry Co., IA.1 He was the son of Salathiel Tallman and Elizabeth Ellen Workman.1 James Henton Tallman married Margie Bonney.

Children of James Henton Tallman and Margie Bonney

Citations

  1. [S669] 1870 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Roll M593, Roll 395; FHL #545894.

James Miller Tallman

M, b. 30 October 1821
     James Miller Tallman was born on 30 October 1821 at Rockingham Co., VA. He was the son of Benjamin Tallman and Lydia Harrison.

Child of James Miller Tallman

James Oliver Tallman

M, b. 7 March 1880, d. 26 May 1965
     James Oliver Tallman was born on 7 March 1880 at Paton, Greene Co., IA. He was the son of James Henry Tallman and Landora Jane Richtstine. James Oliver Tallman married Mabel Pauline Frink, daughter of William Frink and Adeline Hubbard, on 25 December 1899 at Harlan, Shelby Co., IA. James Oliver Tallman died on 26 May 1965 at Costa Mesa, Orange Co., CA, at age 85.

Child of James Oliver Tallman and Mabel Pauline Frink

James Orrin Tallman

M, b. 1898
     James Orrin Tallman was born in 1898. He was the son of Benjamin Franklin Tallman and Mary Lydia Helfenstine. James Orrin Tallman married Leona Mather.

Child of James Orrin Tallman and Leona Mather

James W. Tallman

M, b. 1823, d. before 1915
     James W. Tallman was born in 1823 at Pocahontas Co. (probably), VA (now WV). He was the son of James Boone Tallman and Jemimah Gillespie. James W. Tallman died before 1915.

James W. Tallman

M, b. 1846, d. 1928
     Note: James was drafted or forced to join the Confederate States of America (CSA) Army. He served approximately one year, reportedly went home on furlough, and it's believed he deserted the CSA Army. He then joined the Union Army and served until 1865. He was discharged and migrated to Paola, Ks. Source: Tallmon lineage 1850-1983, Mrs Dale Walter (nee Margaret Tallmon). Provided by Opal Alma Tallman Burgess. 3. Muster sheets obtained from National Archives, courtesy of Margaret Talman Eitzen, provide partial support the statement made by note #2. He was taken prisoner by the US Army, subsequently paroled (released after signing an oath that he would not rejoin the CSA. The penalty for not complying would be execution if caught). However, James then joined the Union Army. James W. Tallman was born in 1846 at Near Altamont, Grundy Co., TN. He was the son of John Harrison Tallman and Sarah Simms. James W. Tallman died in 1928.

James Wells Tallman

M, b. 28 June 1802, d. 23 November 1859
     Note: Some descendants of James Tallman and Margaretta Minter reside today (1997) in the Columbus, Ohio area, Gerald B. Tallman being one of them. James Henry (1852-1926) attended the private school held in the upper rooms of the Red Brick Tavern. The school teachers were some of the Minter sisters. The inn on the National Road was built by Stanley Watson. There were six Minter sisters, daughters of William and Mary (Stevenson) Minter. They were: Elizabeth, Sarah, Effie who married Stanley Watson, Margaret who married James Wells Tallman, Mary and Ann. Sons were John and Crawford. There is a Minter-Tallman Watson family plot in the Deer Creek Cemetery near Lafayette, Ohio, west of Columbus.

The Red Brick Tavern was established in 1837 and is located on the Old National Road, now old route 40 at Lafayette, halfway between Columbus and Springfield. Ohio's second oldest Inn offers traditional American fare in the historic atmosphere of a centuries old inn. A specialty is their cinnamon rolls and old fashioned apple butter. The tavern has been the scene of history in the making. Artists drawings of six presidents of the United States who visited the Red Brick hang in the President's Room at the tavern. They are John Tyler, Warren G. Harding, Martin Van Buren, John Quincy Adams, William Henry Harrison and Zachary Tayler. It is said that other travelers were: Henry Clay, James Polk, and Andrew Jackson on their way by stagecoach through Franklinton (Columbus) to Washington.

A large barn at the rear of the Red Brick housed horses for mail relay riders. The first cook stove in Madison Co., was installed in the kitchen of the Red Brick Tavern. It was an object of great curiosity. There were 24 rooms for travelers. To the west of the entrance is the barroom and towards the east is the ladies' parlor. Between 1854 and 1865, the building was used as a school. Today, the Red Brick has been completely refurbished, keeping the original wood trim and sills, rippling glass panes in deepest windows, original fireplaces and double broad chimneys. The Red Brick still echoes the dramatic period of history in which it thrived.

James Wells Tallman was born on 28 June 1802 at Wellsburg, Augusta Co., VA (now Pendleton Co., WV).1 He was the son of Samuel Tallman and Sarah Wells. James Wells Tallman married Margaretta Minter, daughter of William Minter and Mary Stevenson, on 30 January 1833 at Madison Co., OH. James Wells Tallman died on 23 November 1859 at Knox Co., MO, at age 57.

Children of James Wells Tallman and Margaretta Minter

Citations

  1. [S3053] 1850 Federal Census, Madison County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 706.