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T.A. White Family

T.A. White Family

Gary D. Young (View posts)
Posted: 24 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Lambert, Mitchell, Maxwell
Would like to share family history with anyone related to the Thomas Adolphus White family who were early pioneers in the Tabiona area.

Taby History

Lawrence W Maxwell (View posts)
Posted: 2 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Maxwell
My great grand father moved to tabiona duchesne county in 1905. I noticed Maxwell in the White family history. I would be interested to know where the corralation lies. My great grand fathers name was Aurther (Att) Maxwell. My grand fathers name was Alvin Mar Maxwell. My father is Lawrence (crazy Larry) Maxwell. I have a few stories about my family but would like more &would like to share with you any history we might have in comen.

Maxwell-White Connection

Gary Young (View posts)
Posted: 4 Feb 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Maxwell, Lewis, Blood, Lambert
My mother's uncle Frank White was married to a Maxwell in Duchesne county. Frank was the son of T.A. (Thomas Adolpus) White who was sone of the original settlers in Tabiona. In addition, my mother's brother married a Maxwell from Peoa Utah. Contact me at rock_dove@juno.com for more details.

Thomas A White

Posted: 6 Aug 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Aug 2001 11:08PM GMT
Surnames: White, Lambert, Lawson
I am descended from Minerva Alice White, daughter of Thomas Adolphus White and Anna Maria Lambert. Minerva White m Maurice Worth Lawson 1909 in Heber, UT. Children are Clora and Worth Lawson b in Tabiona, Duchesne, UT. Minerva then m Eugene Edward Lawson in 1914 in Logan, UT. Had 7 more children. Family moved to California in the early 1920's. My uncle did research on this family years ago and posted it to familysearch.org.

Re: Taby History

Posted: 2 Aug 2001 2:32AM GMT
Edited: 6 Aug 2001 6:35PM GMT
I have extensive information on the descendants of Arthur Maxwell who moved from Summit County to homestead 160 acres along the river in Tabiona. I have copies of the diaries made by his son that described their early days. I have extensive information on the Maxwells and the inter-marriages with Whites, Marchants, etc. I recently toured Scotland and have found the very houses that the Maxwell family lived in in 1841 in Kirkfieldbank, and in New Lanark in 1851. Please contact me if you would like to share information.
Gary

wanted: Pearl White, grew up in Tabiona

Gary Young (View posts)
Posted: 23 Oct 2001 1:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jul 2006 7:37PM GMT
Surnames: White
Gary,

My grandmother was Pearl White, who grew up in Tabiona. She would never talk much about it, and I would like to know more. Please email me at rock_dove@Juno.com.

Gary Young

I have aunt Pearl White

Sharon (View posts)
Posted: 9 Jul 2006 3:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jul 2006 7:39PM GMT
Surnames: White
Hi Gary
My Aunt was Pearl White, my fathers sister, they lived on a ranch up the Duchesne River on the way to Tabby, maybe I can answer some questions, I also have pictures old and new of the Ranch.

Sharon

wrong family: Oscar T. White

Sharon (View posts)
Posted: 9 Jul 2006 3:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jul 2006 7:36PM GMT
Sorry Gary, wrong family, my grandfather was Oscar T. White, but he did have a daughter named Pearl, and they did live in the area. There was a old town named Talmage between Taby and the Ranch.

Sharon

Re: wrong family: Oscar T. White

Posted: 5 Jun 2011 9:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Sharon,

This weekend I was exploring in Lake Canyon, Utah and I came across a small aluminum name tag with the inscription "OSCAR T. WHITE DUCHESNE,UTAH" on it. I believe this is an ear tag for livestock??

Do you know if your grandfather spent much time in Lake Canyon? Was he a rancher (cattle/sheep)? If so, did he take his livestock to Lake Canyon in the summer months?

I believe that this name plate likely belonged to your grandfather.

Rather than responding to this post in this site, please respond to me at 38wcf@q.com.

Thanks, Rod
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