Matthews Family Tree

 

Matthews Family of Georgia



 

 
 

Origins

William Matthews, born c.1788 in Virginia, died after 1870 in Cobb County, Ga. He is shown in early records of Wilkes County, Ga., and married Priscilla Bankston, born c.1792, died 1860s. She was a daughter of Revolutionary veteran Lawrence Bankston Jr. and Nancy Henderson Bankston of Orange Co., N.C., and Wilkes Co. Among the other children of Lawrence Bankston were Elizabeth who m. Samuel G. Mozley, who moved to Cobb County, Ga., and Delphia who m. Jacob Shorter of Wilkes Co., having son Alfred H. Shorter, 1803-82, founder of Shorter College in Rome, Ga. In the 1830s William Matthews (name sometimes shown as "Mathis") moved to Coweta County, Ga. By 1850 he moved to the Powder Springs District of Cobb County, where he was a large landowner. At his death he owned land on Sweetwater Creek in Austell, Cobb Co. Children of William Matthews: 1. Griffin, b. 1809, m. 1831 Nancy Sherrer, lived in Wilkes Co. 2. William L., 1819-99, d. Macon, Ga. 3. Delphia Ann, 1826-98, bd. Sweetwater Ch., Paulding Co., Ga., with husband Iverson E. Walton, 1824-99. 4. Louisa m. 1849 John B. Duncan, 1826-1905, and d. the same year. 5. Isaiah b. 1829, lived Cobb Co., 1850. 6. Sarah Ann, b. 1814, m. Isaac Moore, 1812-55. 7. Elizabeth, 1835-1921, bd. Powder Springs Meth. Cem. with husband William M. Hill, 1826-1906. 8. Catherine Matthews m. 1837 James Hogan; living, 1879. 9. Malinda Matthews m. an Irvin, living 1879. 10. Martha Matthews, d. Sept. 9, 1885, aged about 56, buried Rose Hill Cem., Austell, with husband Dilmus Lyle, 1826-1908. 11. George W. Matthews, 1822-1909, bd. Founders Cem., Moreland, Coweta Co., with wives (m. 1846 Coweta Co.) Frances B. Northen (or Northern), 1820-79, daughter of Basset and Sally Lassetter Northen, and (m. 1881) Thirsa Martin, 1843-1931.

 

 
 

Later History

George and Frances Matthews were the parents of these children who lived to adulthood:
1. Frances, b. 1849, m. 1870 Coweta Co. James M. Webb. 2. Thomas G., 1853-1925, bd. Clem, Carroll Co., Ga., wife Mariah J. 3. Sallie, 1863-1914, m. 1883, Coweta Co., James M. Hendrix, bd. Shady Grove Ch., Carroll Co., Ga. 4. Hardy Northen, 1860-1914, m. 1882, Coweta, Sarah Virginia Slaughter, 1866-1915, bd. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Ch., Clem, Carroll Co. 5. Sarah, d. 1910, m. 1880, Coweta Co., George Hendrix. 6. Alonzo Hill Matthews, 1858-1935, m. 1883, Coweta Co., Ada M. Smith, 1866-1919, Douglasville Cem., Douglas Co., Ga. She was the daughter of David and Ellen Winn Smith. Their children: Dallye Matthews, 1885-1966, Douglasville teacher; (George) Carl Matthews, 1889-1962, bd. Douglasville Cem. with wife Annie Mary Enterkin, 1897-1964, daughter of Hilliard W. and Nola Johnston Enterkin; (David) Cobb Matthews, 1893-1974, m. Ruby Lamb; Chester W. Matthews, 1899-1927; Frank L. Matthews, 1905-35, student at Mercer Law School. G. Carl Matthews was the father of G.C. Matthews Jr. and Juanita Rose Matthews, 1922-73, bd. Douglasville Cem. with husband James Camp Baggett Sr., 1919-98, son of Sheriff A. Seawright Baggett and wife Coburn Morris Baggett of Douglasville. James C. Baggett's son (Carlton) Joe Baggett at baggettcj@aol.com is researching these families.
 

Baggett Records by Joe Baggett

Record of Allen Baggett, 1762-1823, Revolutionary veteran of Anson Co., N.C.,
and Walton Co., Ga.
Allen Baggett, His Book, June 26, 1783
Allen Baggett, son of Thomas Baggett, was born March 27, 1762
The ages of the sons and daughters of Allen Baggett and his wife Elizabeth
Stephen Baggett born Dec. 29, 1784
Martha Baggett born May 17, 1787
Asa Baggett born Feb. 28, 1789
Wiley Baggett born Feb. 1, 1791
Mary Baggett born March 13, 1793
Tempy Baggett born Jan. 13, 1795
Bennett Baggett born April 13, 1796
Uzzill Baggett born March 5, 1797
Burton Baggett born May 7, 1801
Sarry Baggett bon Jan.1, 1804
Nancy Baggett born May 7, 1806
Thaney Baggett born July 7, 1808
Elizabeth Baggett born June 16, 1812
Allen Baggett, son of Thomas Baggett, was born March 27, 1762, died June 29,
1823
Stephen Baggett born Dec. 29, 1784
Sarah Baggett, his wife, born Feb. 10, 1791
Stephen Baggett and Sarah Sikes were married Dec. 8, 1811

 

Below is something Joe was working on for Jane A. Leavell.
The portion he was searching is shown below.   Please visit her
Website as shown below.

 

Some Descendants of Nicholas Tyner of Isle of Wight, Virginia, pt. 2A


by JANE A. LEAVELL ( littlecalamity@yahoo.com )

Generation No. 6, part 1

70. SARAH TYNER (JESSE, JOHN, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) She married WILLIAM FARRAR March 01, 1804 in Johnston County, North Carolina.

Notes for WILLIAM FARRAR:
A TYNER researcher writes:
I recently found out that the wife of my direct ancestor Henry H. Joyner (1803-aft 1850) was named Mary J. (Polly) Ferrer/Farrar (1810-aft 1873) and that she was born in Johnston Co, NC. William Ferrer (M26-45) appears as head of a family in Johnston Co, NC census, page 229. Also enumerated are F26-45,M<10, 2F<10. And then I found the website "Descendents of Nicholas Tyner of Wright Co, VA" and right there is mention of an 1818 will of Jesse Tyner and he mentions heirs of his daughter Sarah Farron and one of the heirs is named Polly Farron. It also mentions that Sarah Tyner, daughter of this Jesse Tyner married William Farrar in 1804 in Johnston Co, NC. That fits perfectly with the 1810 census, which showed 3 children under 10 years of age. I would be very interested in any information that can be shared on the William Farrar and Sarah Tyner family and how Polly Farrar found Henry H. Joyner, born in Virgina. Henry H. Joyner and Polly Farrar appear to have married sometime before 1830. They appear in Columbus Co, NC in the 1830 census with one male child under the age of 5. Henry and Polly lived out their lives in Columbus Co, NC.

Children of SARAH TYNER and WILLIAM FARRAR are:
.....i......ELIZA FARRAR.
.....ii......JESSE FARRAR.
.....iii......MARY J. FARRAR, b. Abt. 1810, Johnson County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1873, Columbus County, North Carolina; m. HENRY H. JOYNER; b. Abt. 1803; d. Aft. 1850.
.....iv......JOHN FARRAR.
.....v......BEULAH FARRAR.

71. LEWIS TYNER (JESSE, JOHN, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) He married CELIA MIDYETT March 07, 1815 in Johnston County, North Carolina, daughter of JESSE MIDYETT and SARAH BROOKS. She was born Abt. 1792, and died in Madison County, Tennessee.

Notes for LEWIS TYNER:
Madison Co., Tn. Deed Bk. 2; Pg. 25
Lewis Tyner of Gibson Co., Tn. sold to Micajah Midgett of Madison Co., Tn., for $520.00, a Negro man named Isaac, aged 26 years. This bill of sale was made May 13, 1826.
Lewis Tyner
Proved: Feb. Term 1828
Reg: April 2, 1828

Madison Co., Tn. County Court Minutes
(1821-1833); Minute Book 3
Pg. 63--Monday, May 4, 1829
A deed of trust from M. Midgett to Josiah Midgett for the benefit of Celia Tyner was this day produced in open court, the execution thereof acknowledged by the said Micajah Midgett to be his act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned which was ordered to be certified for registration.

Notes for CELIA MIDYETT:
Madison Co., Tn. County Court Minutes (1821-1833); Minute Book 3, Pg. 408--Monday, August 6, 1832
A bill of sale from R.H. Byrne to Micajah Midyett was this day produced in open court, the execution thereof proven by the oaths of Joel B. Harper and O. Byrne, witnesses, ordered to be certified for registration. Also the relinquishment of any and all claims which Celia Tyner and Josiah Midyett have in and to the property conveyed in the foregoing bill of sale acknowledged by the said Josiah Midyett as to his part and proven by the oaths of B.M. Perry and John McClellan as to the part of Celia Tyner. Ordered to be certified for registration.

Celia's will was probated March 1857 in Madison Co., TN.

Child of LEWIS TYNER and CELIA MIDYETT is:
.....i......ALEXANDER H. TYNER.

Notes for ALEXANDER H. TYNER:
MADISON COUNTY, TENNESSEE DEED BOOK ELEVEN, p. 107.
ALEXANDER H. TYNER for "love and affection" for his father, LEWIS TYNER and his mother, CELIA TYNER, Madison Co., Tenn. gave and sold to them a "life interest" in two tracts of land: 100 acres where his parents lived in Surveyor's District 10, Range 2, Section 9; 14 5/10 acres adjoining the 100 acres. March 3, 1837. Reg Nov. 19, 1846. Wit James D. McClellan.

72. WILLIAM ARCH TYNER (JESSE, JOHN, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Bet. 1789 - 1794 in Johnston County, North Carolina, and died in Itawamba Co, Mississippi. He married (1) LUCINDA WEBB September 27, 1845 in Monroe County, Mississippi. She was born Bet. 1818 - 1823 in South Carolina, and died Bet. 1870 - 1878 in Itawamba Co, Mississippi. He married (2) SARAH LUCH February 16, 1878. She was born in Mississippi.

Notes for WILLIAM ARCH TYNER:
Monroe Co, MS Book 2, pg 536

William Arch Tiner was said to be the original "River Boat Bill". On his 1878 Marriage license he is listed as Captain William Tiner. He is said to have been a pilot on the riverboat "Whipperwill" which made regular runs from Meridian, Miss. to New Orleans.

First Tax listing in NC. for William Tiner was 1811. This would make him 21 years of age. Last year he was on tax list was 1816. No list between 1816 and 1822. Father, Jesse Tiner, died 1818.

The 1853 State Census of Itawamba Co., lists a William Tiner with 2 males and 5 females.

1860 Census, Itawamba Co., MS, Vol. E.D. Sheet 256,
Family # 1720
Age Born
Post Office-Pleasanton
Tiner, William M-HH 60 NC.
Luncinda F-Wife 37 MS.
Nancy F-dau 12 MS.
Mary F-dau 11 MS.
Maria F-dau 8 MS.
William A M-son 7 MS.
D.L. M-son 3 MS.
J.S. M-son 1 MS.

1880 Census, Itawamba Co., MS, Vol. 8, E.D. 69, Sheet 1,
Line 18
Age Born F. Born M.
Born
Tiner, William M-HH 91 NC. NC. NC.
Sarah F-wife 39 MS. NC. NC.
James M-son 10 MS. NC. MS.
Winnie F-dau 4 MS. NC. MS.
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ITAWAMBA COUNTY, MS LAND RECORDS

Section 7 (S.W. 1/4 of the S.W. 1/4), Township 9, Range 9, East of the Basis Meradian of the Chickasaw Cepian. James Wood to deed Wm Tyner for $25. July 26, 1862, Deed Book #17, 1861-1866, Page 160
(LDS F61919, 901632)

Section 7 (S.W. 1/4 of the N.W. 1/4), T 9, R 9, East of the Basis Meradian of the Chickasaw Cepian. James Wood to deed Wm Tines for $25 July 26, 1862, Deed Book #20, 1868-1873, Page 246
(LDS H07292, 901634)

*Note: Deed Book #20 entry corrected Deed Book #17 entry from S.W. 1/4 of the S.W. 1/4 to S.W. 1/4 of the N.W. 1/4.

Section 7 (S.W. 1/4 of the N.W. 1/4), T 9, R 9, East of the Basic Meradian of the Chickasaw Cepian. William Tiner to deed James A. Brook for $10. Sept 8, 1869, Deed Book #20, 1868-1873, Page 247
(LDS H07292, 901634) William X (his mark) Tiner
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Section 30 (S.E. 1/4) T 8, R 9, also N 1/2 of N E 1/4 of Sec 31, T 8, R 9, East of the basis Meridian of the Chickasaw Cepian, containing 240 A.
Martha J. Walker to Deed Wm Tiner for $400.
Aug 17, 1868, Deed Book #20, 1868-1873, Pg. 284 & 285 (LDS
H07292, 901634)

Section 30 (S.E. 1/4) T 8, R 9, East. Crop of Cotton. Deed made out on Feb 27, 1871 as trust for $140.60. Note due on Nov. 1, 1871. Note said "paid in full ------------(?) 29, 1873. Signed with "X"
(LDS D80602, 901635)

W. Tiner to Deed trust M.C. Cummings, Feb 27, 1871, Deed Book #21, Page 193 Section 30 (S.E. 1/4) T 8, R 9, East, also N 1/2 of N.E. 1/4 of Sec 31, T 8, R 9, East Wm X (his mark) Tiner. Wm Tiner to Deed James Waddle for $400 Jan 9, 1875, Deed Book #23, 1874-1877, Page 170.
(LSD H07294, 901637)
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Section 2 (East 1/2) T 9, R 8, East. M.C. Cummings, 1st part, to Deed Wm and
Wm Arch Tiner for $400. Jan 9, 1875, Deed Book #23, 1874-1877, Page 200.
(LSD H07294, 901637)

Notes for Lucinda Webb:
Lucinda was listed in 1770 census as being born in SC

Marriage Notes for William Tyner and Lucinda Webb: Monroe Co., MS., Book #2, page 536, 27 Sep 1845.
William Tiner and Lucinda Webb.

Children of William Tyner and Lucinda Webb are:
(1). Rass6 Tiner
Born: Aft. 1861 Place:
Died: Bet. 1862-1955 Place:

(2) Nancy Tiner
Born 1848 Place: Itawamba Co., MS
Died: Bet. 1849-1942 Place:

(3). Mary A. Tiner
Born 1849 Place: Itawamba Co., MS
Died Bet. 1875-1943 Place:
Married: Henry Morgan
April 28, 1869 Place: Itawamba Co., MS
Born Bet. 1824-1850 Place: TN or S.C
Died Bet. 1873-1916

(4) Dred Lewis Tiner
Born 1855 Place Itawamba Co., MS
Died 1926 Place: California
Notes for Dred Lewis Tiner:
Dred was married 7 times. He had 10 boys and 1 girl Tessy.
Dreds last wife he held when she was a baby.

(5) James S. Tiner
Born 1857 Place Itawamba Co., MS.
Died: Bet. 1858-1947

(6) Carrina Tine
Born 1859 Place: Itawamba Co.
Died Bet. 1860-1953

(7). Ann Tiner
Born 1860 Place: Itawamba Co., MS
Died Bet. 1861-1954

(8). Mariah Tiner
Born 1852 Place: Itawamba Co., MS
Died Bet. 1853-1946

(9). William Arch Tyner, Jr.
Born August 1853 Place: Fulton, Itawamba Co., MS
Died September 1927 Place Hempstead Co., AR.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and LUCINDA WEBB are:
218......i......NANCY TYNER, b. Abt. 1848, Itawamba Co, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1878.
.....ii......MARY A. TYNER.
.....iii......CATHERINE MARIAH TYNER, m. JOHN DAVIS DYKES.
219......iv......WILLIAM ARCH TYNER, b. March 1853; d. September 1927, Hempstead County, Arkansas.
.....v......DRED LEWIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1855, Itawamba County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1926, California; m. BETTIE PAYNE, Abt. 1876, Lee County, Mississippi.
.....vi......JAMES S. TYNER, m. MOLLY HILL, December 16, 1879, Lee County, Mississippi.
.....vii......JEMIMA CARRINA TYNER.
.....viii......BEADY ANN TYNER, m. J. CARP HILL, December 16, 1879, Lee County, Mississippi.

73. NANCY MONACK (MARY TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 1787. She married SIMEON HENDERSON Abt. 1802. He was born August 29, 1783 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died June 24, 1831 in Elbert County, Georgia.

Notes for NANCY MONACK:
Descendants from http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2495531&id=I3473

Children of NANCY MONACK and SIMEON HENDERSON are:
.....i......MARY HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1804, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....ii......ANNA BANKS HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1806, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....iii......ELIZABETH HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1808, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....iv......MARTHA HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1810, Elbert County, Georgia.
220......v......JAMES MADISON HENDERSON, b. October 23, 1812, Elbert County, Georgia; d. February 22, 1876, Freestone County, Texas.
.....vi......WILLIAM JACKSON HENDERSON, b. February 14, 1815, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....vii......SARAH E. HENDERSON, b. February 14, 1815.
.....viii......AMELIA HENDERSON, b. June 10, 1817.
.....ix......CYNTHIA HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1820, Elbert County, Georgia.
221......x......THOMAS BANKS HENDERSON, b. June 02, 1827, Elbert County, Georgia; d. January 08, 1913, Hood County, Texas.

74. THOMAS B. TYNER (SAMUEL, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1789 in Wilkes County, Georgia, and died December 24, 1830 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He married MARY CRUMP March 05, 1811 in Elbert County, Georgia, daughter of WILLIAM CRUMP and SALLY VAWTER. She was born Abt. 1792 in Stokes County, North Carolina.

Children of THOMAS TYNER and MARY CRUMP are:
.....i......ALPHA ANN TYNER, m. HAMLETT CROWDER, September 10, 1829, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; b. Abt. 1800, South Carolina?.
.....ii......ARRENA TYNER, m. THOMAS DAVIS.
.....iii......MARY EMILY TYNER, m. WILLIBY WALLACE.
.....iv......WILLIAM C. TYNER, b. February 02, 1819; d. July 27, 1895, Tate County, Mississippi; m. SARAH LULU KELLEY, September 08, 1835.
222......v......PERMELIA ELLEN TYNER, b. Abt. 1821; d. February 03, 1897, Fayette County, Alabama.
223......vi......ROBERT M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1823, Alabama.
224......vii......THOMAS B. TYNER, b. Abt. 1826, Alabama; d. Aft. 1863, Nettleton, Craighead County, Arkansas.

75. MARY A. HUNT (TAMAR TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 05, 1799 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died April 17, 1863 in Elbert County, Georgia. She married JAMES A. ADAMS Abt. 1820 in Elbert County, Georgia. He was born February 25, 1799 in Virginia.

Notes for MARY A. HUNT:
Grave No. 4
Mary A., wife of Jame Adams
Born February 5, 1799 Died April 17, 1863
FAREWELL, DEAR MOTHER, SWEET THY REST
WEARY WITH YEARS, AND WORN WITH PAIN
WEARY WITH YEARS, AND WORN WITH PAIN
FAREWELL TILL IN SOME HAPPY PLACE WE WILL BEHOLD THY FACE AGAIN

Children of MARY HUNT and JAMES ADAMS are:
.....i......SAREPTA ADAMS.
.....ii......HARRIET F. ADAMS.
.....iii......WILLIAM RILEY ADAMS, b. Abt. 1830.

76. GEORGE W. HUNT (TAMAR TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1800 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died Bef. 1842 in Lafayette County, Mississippi. He married (1) SUSAN ?. He married (2) ELIZABETH PRISCILLA ADAMS October 03, 1822 in Elbert County, Georgia.

Notes for GEORGE W. HUNT:
Heirs of George Hunt given in Laura Lee Satterfiel Collection (Ga.Archives) Hart Co., Ga. Equity or Probate Court: "27 Feb. 1844, Martin E. Hunt and Elizabeth F. Hunt, two children of George Hunt, Dec'd, receive $79.52 each as share of estate from Grandfather Moses Hunt , dec'd. William Hunt and Richard Hunt, two children of George Hunt, dec'd, receove $79.52 each as share of estate from grandfather Moses Hunt, dec'd. James Davis, guardian for Will Hunt and Richard Hunt by James Hunt, his Attorney in fact."

Children of GEORGE HUNT and ELIZABETH ADAMS are:
.....i......MARTIN E. HUNT.
.....ii......ELIZABETH F. HUNT.
.....iii......WILLIAM HUNT.
.....iv......RICHARD HUNT.

77. JOHN SINGLETON HUNT (TAMAR TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1802 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died Abt. 1877 in Henry County, Georgia. He married MARY A. GAINES July 14, 1825 in Henry County, Georgia.

Notes for JOHN SINGLETON HUNT:
John and Mary had 10 children.

Child of JOHN HUNT and MARY GAINES is:
225......i......NANCY A. HUNT, b. Abt. 1825, Henry County, Georgia; d. April 06, 1895, Henry County, Georgia.

78. WILLIAM JOEL HUNT (TAMAR TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 14, 1806 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died November 29, 1877 in Columbia County, Arkansas. He married VIRGINIA SIDNEY CRAWFORD Abt. 1828 in Georgia. She was born August 25, 1814 in Virginia.

Children of WILLIAM HUNT and VIRGINIA CRAWFORD are:
.....i......JAMES SINGLETON HUNT, b. November 03, 1830.
.....ii......MILLIE FRANCES HUNT, b. October 30, 1832.
.....iii......MOSES JACKSON HUNT, b. March 05, 1835.
.....iv......MARY ELIZABETH HUNT, b. January 20, 1837.
.....v......NANCY ANN HUNT, b. October 25, 1838.
.....vi......RICHARD HENRY HUNT, b. May 27, 1840.
.....vii......SIMEON OLIVER HUNT, b. August 14, 1842.
.....viii......MARTHA SIDNEY VIRGINIA HUNT, b. May 05, 1846.
.....ix......NARCISSIA CAROLINE HUNT, b. June 25, 1848.
.....x......JOEL RICHARD GAINES HUNT, b. January 10, 1851.
.....xi......IDA OPHELIA HUNT, b. December 27, 1852.
.....xii......JOHN LINDSEY HUNT, b. February 22, 1855.
.....xiii......ARIMISHER MELVINA JOSEPHINE HUNT, b. February 15, 1857.

79. MARTHA TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) She married STEPHEN HERRING July 31, 1828.

Notes for MARTHA TYNER:
1850 Census Williamson County, Illinois
Herring, Martha 51 F KY
Herring, Martha H 15 F Tenn
Owen, Rebecca 4 F IL
Herring, Nancy L 14 F Tenn
Herring, Reodrick W 12 M Tenn
PAGE NO: 237B, 238A
Enumerated by John T Loudon on september 21 1850

Notes for STEPHEN HERRING:
Any connection with this guy?
http://members.fortunecity.com/mcbride_clan/war1812.htm
Muster rolls for NC militia in War of 1812
SECOND REGIMENT
NINTH COMPANY
DETACHED FROM THE DUPLIN REGIMENT
BRYAN GLISSEN CAPTAIN
STEPHEN WILLIAMS LIEUTENANT
SAMUEL CHERRY ENSIGN
Daniel Jernigan
Buk Jernigan
Stephen Herring

Children of MARTHA TYNER and STEPHEN HERRING are:
.....i......MARTHA H. HERRING, b. Abt. 1835, Tennessee.
.....ii......NANCY L. HERRING, b. Abt. 1836, Tennessee.
.....iii......RODERICK HERRING, b. Abt. 1838, Tennessee.

80. JOHN TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 16, 1796 in Wilkes County, Georgia, and died November 07, 1843 in Franklin County, Illinois. He married SARAH ARNETT March 08, 1821 in Franklin County, Illinois, daughter of NATHAN ARNETT and ISABELLA ?. She was born Abt. 1808 in Kentucky, and died Abt. June 16, 1853.

Children of JOHN TYNER and SARAH ARNETT are:
226......i......JOHN LAWRENCE TYNER, b. January 22, 1836, Old Blairsville, Williamson County, Illinois; d. July 03, 1906.
227......ii......CHRISTOPHER C. TYNER, b. Abt. 1827, 15 Mar 1866; d. March 15, 1866, Franklin County, Illinois.

81. RICHARD ALONZO TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 17, 1798 in Wilkes County, Georgia, and died January 17, 1854 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married (1) REBECCA S. ARNETT December 29, 1821. She was born March 25, 1801, and died March 27, 1846 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married (2) LUCINDA RUSSELL January 02, 1847. She was born September 14, 1820.

Notes for REBECCA S. ARNETT:
The article below is from "The Republican" newspaper of Marion, Williamson Co, Illinois, dated 22 July 1939:
ARNETT
--Tennessee history says that in 1798 Nathan Arnett gathered the Free Will Baptists in Robertson County, Tennessee into a church near Turnersville. He was an elderly man and too old to preach when he arrived in Franklin now Williamson County about 1815 and settled on "eight mile
prairie". The 1816 census says he had nine persons in his family. He died about 1831 or 32 and his wife Isabel was appointed administratix of his estate.
--His daughter, Rebecca S. Arnett (1803-1846) married Richard Tyner, who was first settler of the site of Marion. He lived in a cabin about where the Illinois Central Station now stands and sold his "improvement" to William Benson in 1826. Near this cabin home was a low swamp plot of land the home of ducks and plover: [clover?] Rebecca's daughter Barthena married Col. Horace Lewis Boyer in 1845. Emma Boyer, teacher in Southern Illinois State Teacher's College and many others in Carbondale are descendants of Rebecca.
--Jacob Arnett, a minister was in the county in an early day. He and his wife Sarah or Sarah Ann owned land in 1833, which they sold to Roderick Reed in 1836 in Herrin Township.
-- Alexander Arnett lived in Herrin Township in 1833. He was road commissioner in Phelps Prairie in 1839.

Children of RICHARD TYNER and REBECCA ARNETT are:
.....i......PARTHENIA TYNER, m. HORACE LEWIS BOWYER.
.....ii......REBECCA TYNER, m. ? MISPLASE.
.....iii......ELIZA TYNER, m. ? RUSSELL.
.....iv......JOSHUA SCOTT TYNER, m. ANNA ?.
.....v......WINIFRED E. TYNER, b. November 24, 1829; d. March 05, 1848.
.....vi......RICHARD ALONZO TYNER, b. Abt. 1836.
.....vii......SIDNEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1839; m. ? MURPHY.
.....viii......WILLIAM H. TYNER, b. Abt. 1843.

Children of RICHARD TYNER and LUCINDA RUSSELL are:
.....ix......JAMES MONROE TYNER, b. June 16, 1849.
.....x......SAMUEL ALONZO TYNER.

82. ISHAM TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 08, 1800 in Wilkes County, Georgia. He married (1) HANNAH STOCKS. He married (2) NANCY PYATT January 23, 1823 in Union County, Illinois. She was born Abt. 1802 in Illinois. He married (3) ELIZABETH RYBURN January 01, 1828 in Illinois.

Notes for ISHAM TYNER:
Isham and Elizabeth were married by Samuel Butcher, J.P.

Census: 1850 Federal Census
Tyner, Isham 51 M Farmer Tenn
Tyner, Hannah 45 F Tenn
Tyner, Samuel H 13 M IL
Tyner, Martha 08 F IL
Hacks, Mahala 12 F IL
Census Year: 1850
State or Territory: IL
County: Williamson
Reel NO: M432-133
Page #: 263A
HH #: 701/713
Enumerated by John T Loudon on October 28 1850

Notes for HANNAH STOCKS:
Early Land Entries for Williamson County, Illinois...T8-1: (Blairsville Twp)
1829: James S Russell & Richard Tiner;
1831: William Wilson;
1836: William T Ryburn, John Stacks, Hannah Stacks & Isham Minor;

Note: Could it possible that Hannah Stocks (wife of Isham Tyner) is really Hannah Stacks, ex-wife of John Stacks? I think she could very well be. On the 1850 census listed below is an entry for a Mahala Hacks, age 12. Another 1850 census I found has her name as Mahala Stacks. I
believe Mahala is a daughter of Hannah (3rd wife of Isham) and John Stacks. A marriage date for them should verify it!

1850 Federal Census
Tyner, Isham 51 M Farmer Tenn
Tyner, Hannah 45 F Tenn
Tyner, Samuel H 13 M IL
Tyner, Martha 8 F IL
Hacks, Mahala 12 F IL (another 1850 census has it spelled
Stacks, Mahala)
CENSUS YR: 1850
STATE or TERRITORY: IL
COUNTY: Williamson
REEL NO: M432-133
PAGE #: 263A
HH #: 701/713
Enumerated by John T Loudon on October 28 1850

1850 Wmson Co, IL Census
701 Tyner, Isham 51 farmer TN
Tyner, Hannah 45 TN
Tyner, Samuel 13 IL
Tyner, Martha 8 IL
Stacks, Mahala 12 IL
source: http://www.iltrails.org/williamson/1850cen695.htm

1837: Sarah Hinchcliff, Benjamin W Thompson, Lewis Hogg, Willis Tiner, William B Sanders, Joshua Tiner, Matthew N Ryburn, Jacob Painter, John D Ryburn & James Mannering;
1838 Thomas Burns, John J Ryburn & James Mannering;
1839 Abraham North, John Woolsey, John N Ryburn & Bird T Ryburn.
source: http://www.iltrails.org/williamson/historyp4.htm

Children of ISHAM TYNER and NANCY PYATT are:
228......i......WILLIAM E. TYNER, b. February 04, 1824, North Settlement, Franklin, Williamson County, Illinois; d. May 22, 1863, Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi.
229......ii......SAMUEL HENRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1838, Illinois; d. Aft. 1880.
.....iii......MARTHA W. TYNER, b. February 12, 1843, Illinois; d. February 25, 1892, Williamson County, Illinois; m. WILLIAM JEHU BEAVERS; b. December 25, 1837, Purdy, McNairy County, Tennessee; d. September 04, 1929, Carterville, Williamson County, Illinois.

Notes for MARTHA W. TYNER:
Source: "Marriages On Record in Williamson Co IL Courthouse 1866-1877" Vol. 2; Hoffard + Smith; 1988 Marriage Source, Illinois State Archives,

83. NANCY TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 16, 1801 in Robertson County, Tennessee, and died June 01, 1841 in Cartersville Twp., Williamson County, Illinois. She married ABRAHAM HILLER NORTH April 01, 1823. He was born December 25, 1793 in Manchester, Lancashire, England, and died May 14, 1856 in Williamson County, Illinois.

Child of NANCY TYNER and ABRAHAM NORTH is:
.....i......ANNE NORTH, b. Abt. 1832, Williamson County, Illinois.

84. LUCY TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 07, 1803 in Robertson County, Tennessee, and died October 11, 1871 in Williamson County, Illinois. She married JAMES STEWART RUSSELL December 30, 1825, son of PHILIP RUSSELL and ELIZABETH STEWART. He was born February 22, 1801 in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and died Abt. 1881.

Notes for LUCY TYNER:
Sources include: Courtney Tompkins at
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=aquarius&id=I11455
and
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=931&id=I0059

Children of LUCY TYNER and JAMES RUSSELL are:
230......i......ELIZABETH RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1831, Illinois.
.....ii......NARCISSA J. RUSSELL, b. October 16, 1825, Illinois; d. Abt. 1888; m. (1) WILLIAM MANNERING; m. (2) STEPHEN MARTIN.
231......iii......SAMUEL WASHINGTON RUSSELL, b. September 12, 1827; d. July 25, 1887.
232......iv......SOPHRONIA E. RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1833, Illinois.
.....v......JAMES D. RUSSELL, b. April 08, 1835; m. JANE STUMM, March 14, 1869.

Notes for JAMES D. RUSSELL:
Kitty Coen Gloyne has it as wife Mary, child Jesse born about 1862.
.....vi......MILTON SCOTT RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1837, Illinois; d. May 22, 1863, Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi.

Notes for MILTON SCOTT RUSSELL:
A Union soldier, Milton died in action during the Civil War.
.....vii......JOHN B. RUSSELL, b. December 15, 1840, Illinois; d. May 13, 1862, Franklin County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN B. RUSSELL:
A Union soldier, John died of wounds received in the battle of Shiloh during the Civil War.
.....viii......MARY A. RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1843, Illinois; m. WILLIAM CHAMBERLIN.
.....ix......WILLIAM WASHINGTON RUSSELL, d. July 19, 1903.

85. PRISCILLA A. TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 09, 1804 in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and died September 14, 1843 in Williamson County, Illinois. She married SAMUEL TALLEY RUSSELL July 11, 1822 in Illinois, son of PHILIP RUSSELL and ELIZABETH STEWART. He was born December 18, 1798 in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and died November 13, 1877 in Williamson County, Illinois.

Notes for SAMUEL TALLEY RUSSELL:
He was known as "Laughing Sam" Russell.

Children of PRISCILLA TYNER and SAMUEL RUSSELL are:
.....i......FELIX B. RUSSELL, b. September 13, 1843, Williamson County, Illinois.
.....ii......JOHN QUINCY RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1825, Franklin County, Illinois.
.....iii......MARY J. RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1837, Franklin County, Illinois.
.....iv......JAMES HARVEY RUSSELL, b. May 15, 1829, Franklin County, Illinois.
.....v......ELIZA J. RUSSELL, b. September 30, 1831, Franklin County, Illinois.
.....vi......SUSAN A. RUSSELL, b. May 02, 1838.
.....vii......MARTHA RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1841, Williamson County, Illinois.

86. JOSHUA TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 13, 1806 in Robertson County, Tennessee, and died in Williamson County, Illinois. He married SABITHA HOGG April 22, 1832 in Williamson County, Illinois, daughter of LEWIS HOGG. She died Abt. 1847.

Notes for JOSHUA TYNER:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilcivilw/r100/081-f-in.htm
Name Rank Residence Mustered in Remarks
Tiner, James Private Carbondale Aug 26,1862 Died, Memphis, Jan 29,1863
Tiner, Martin V Private Marion Aug 26,1862 Died, La Grange, Jan 29,1863

Children of JOSHUA TYNER and SABITHA HOGG are:
233......i......OLIVER P. TYNER, b. Abt. 1838, Illinois.
234......ii......AMANDA JANE TYNER, b. January 30, 1833, Williamson County, Illinois; d. February 12, 1916, Lowell, Lane County, Oregon.
.....iii......DELPHINIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1837; d. June 11, 1873; m. (1) THOMAS MYERS, September 30, 1856, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; m. (2) JOSHUA S. TYNER, February 21, 1865.
235......iv......LEWIS WASHINGTON TYNER, b. September 17, 1838, Williamson County, Illinois; d. May 02, 1883, Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas.
.....v......JAMES TYNER, b. Abt. 1840, Williamson County, Illinois; d. January 29, 1863, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee.

Notes for JAMES TYNER:
James N Tyner appears in Williamson County, Illinois with father Joshua Tyner as:James N age 10 born IL
Cannot find him on the 1860 Census.
He appears on the 1862 State Military Census of Jackson County Illinois in Twp 9 South, Range 2 West - [laterMurphysboro Twp] as:
"James Tyner age 22 born Illinois Farmer with the 81st Reg't Co B."

Source: Muster Roll Co F of 81st IL INF
"James TINER, private, age 23, 5 foot 7 inches, dark hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion, MARRIED, Farmer, born in Marion, Williamson County, IL, enrolled in August 1862 in Jackson County, mustered in on August 26, 1862 showing residence as Carbondale, Jackson County, IL, died January 29, 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee."
Muster Roll indicates he was married at time of enrollment. He was in Jackson Co, IL on 1862 Census.

James Tyner was killed at Lagrange, Tennessee on 29 Jan 1863. Source: Adjutant General's report on the 81st Illinois Infantry.
.....vi......MARTIN VANBUREN TYNER, b. Abt. 1841, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. January 29, 1863, LaGrange, Fayette County, Tennessee.

Notes for MARTIN VANBUREN TYNER:
Civil War - Private, Co F, 81st Illinois Infantry
.....vii......LUCINDA E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1842.
236......viii......WILLIAM T. TYNER, b. Abt. 1843, Williamson County, Illinois.
237......ix......RACHEL ANN TYNER, b. February 22, 1847, Williamson County, Illinois; d. December 24, 1916, Cartersville Twp., Williamson County, Illinois.

87. ANNA ELIZA TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 03, 1815 in Franklin County, Illinois, and died November 30, 1879 in Williamson County, Illinois. She married (1) JAMES W. RYBURN. She married (2) ABRAHAM HILLER NORTH February 06, 1842 in Williamson County, Illinois. He was born December 25, 1793 in Manchester, Lancashire, England, and died May 14, 1856 in Williamson County, Illinois.

Child of ANNA TYNER and ABRAHAM NORTH is:
238......i......ELIZABETH ELLEN NORTH, b. 1851; d. 1928.

88. REBECCA TYNER (JOSHUA, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 17, 1818 in Franklin County, Illinois, and died January 24, 1885 in Williamson County, Illinois. She married PHILIP JEFFERSON RUSSELL October 06, 1831 in Franklin County, Illinois, son of PHILIP RUSSELL and ELIZABETH STEWART. He was born November 15, 1810 in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and died November 21, 1877 in Williamson County, Illinois.

Notes for PHILIP JEFFERSON RUSSELL:
He served in Hawk War; prosperous farmer and postmaster at Fredonia, ILL.; his carpenter shop served as a polling place for elections.

1850 Federal Census, Williamson Co. IL
PAGE #: 291A
Enumerated by John T Loudon on December 13 1850
Russell, Phillip J ...39... M... Farmer... 800... Tenn
Russell, Rebecca... 32... F... Ill
Russell, Harriet A ...17... F... Ill
Russell, George W ...16... M... Farmer... Ill
Russell, Elizabeth ...13... F... Ill
Russell, Nancy W ...11... F... Ill
Russell, Martha J ...9... F... Ill
Russell, Rebecca A ...7... F... Ill
Russell, Winfield S ...5... M... Ill
Russell, Mary A ...3... F... Ill
Russell, John R ...1... M... Ill

Sources include Kitty Coen Gloyne's http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=931&id=I0307
and
Courtney Tompkins's http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=aquarius&id=I10044

Children of REBECCA TYNER and PHILIP RUSSELL are:
239......i......HARRIET A. RUSSELL, b. June 26, 1832, Franklin County, Illinois; d. March 23, 1922, Williamson County, Illinois.
.....ii......GEORGE W. RUSSELL, b. January 29, 1834, Franklin County, Illinois; d. October 14, 1855, Williamson County, Illinois.
.....iii......ELIZABETH CALEDONIA RUSSELL, b. October 25, 1836, Franklin County, Illinois; d. February 10, 1863; m. JOHN WARNER WILLEFORD, October 18, 1858, Williamson County, Illinois.
240......iv......NANCY W. RUSSELL, b. October 18, 1838, Franklin County, Illinois; d. September 20, 1911.
.....v......MARTHA J. RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1841, Franklin County, Illinois; d. July 15, 1858, Williamson County, Illinois.
241......vi......REBECCA ADALAIDE RUSSELL, b. January 01, 1843, Williamson County, Illinois; d. January 03, 1887, Williamson County, Illinois.
242......vii......WINFIELD SCOT RUSSELL, b. October 04, 1845, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Abt. 1918.
243......viii......MARY ANN RUSSELL, b. October 08, 1846, Williamson County, Illinois.
244......ix......JOHN RANDOLPH RUSSELL, b. October 11, 1848, Williamson County, Illinois; d. January 08, 1928, Williamson County, Illinois.
.....x......THOMAS JEFFERSON RUSSELL, b. February 01, 1851, Williamson County, Illinois; d. March 12, 1940; m. EVA J. MARTIN.
.....xi......LOUELLA C. RUSSELL, b. September 19, 1853, Williamson County, Illinois; d. September 18, 1858, Williamson County, Illinois.
.....xii......HOPE C. RUSSELL, b. December 26, 1856, Williamson County, Illinois; d. August 15, 1883, Williamson County, Illinois; m. WILLIAM J. FAIN, November 27, 1880, Williamson County, Illinois.
.....xiii......WINIFRED RUSSELL.

89. TOLLISON TYNER (HARRIS, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1795 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died Bef. 1855 in Hart County, Georgia. He married JANE TATMAN August 28, 1820 in Elbert County, Georgia. She was born Abt. 1799 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died August 1885 in Hart County, Georgia.

Notes for JANE TATMAN:
Joshua TOTMAN (65), gentleman farmer, lived alone in the Bio Community of Hart County, Georgia, in 1860. He owned real estate valued at $3,500 and personal property worth $1,000.

Ruthea Jane TOTMAN-TYNER (about 1796-1880), widow of Tollison TYNER (about 1795-1855), lived nearby with three of her children. Jane Totman-Tyner did not own property, and may have lived on property owned by Joshua Totman.

Children of TOLLISON TYNER and JANE TATMAN are:
245......i......WILLIAM W. TYNER, b. June 10, 1818, Elbert County, Georgia; d. June 10, 1888, Madison County, Georgia.
.....ii......PARMELIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1825; m. JOHN FAIN, May 04, 1853, Elbert County, Georgia.
246......iii......JOHN HARRIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1827, Elbert County, Georgia; d. December 23, 1904, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....iv......NANCY F. TYNER, b. Abt. 1828, Elbert County, Georgia; d. Aft. 1880; m. JAMES M. FAIN, June 1853.
.....v......RUTHY ANN TYNER, b. Abt. 1830, Elbert County, Georgia; m. JOHN E. SMITH, January 08, 1852, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....vi......JOSHUA EDWARD TYNER, b. Abt. 1832; m. MARY E. GINN, May 13, 1852.
247......vii......SUSANNA G. TYNER, b. Abt. 1836.
248......viii......JAMES O. R. TYNER, b. Abt. 1838, Elbert County, Georgia.
.....ix......THOMAS P. TYNER, b. Abt. 1840, Elbert County, Georgia; m. SARAH J. SAYERS, May 16, 1861, Hart County, Georgia.

90. ELIZA JANE TYNER (HARRIS, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1806, and died Abt. 1849. She married WILLIAM HIGGINBOTHAM, son of JOHN HIGGINBOTHAM. He was born Abt. 1814 in Elbert County, Georgia, and died Aft. 1870 in Franklin County, Georgia.

Notes for WILLIAM HIGGINBOTHAM:
After Eliza Jane Higginbotham died William remarried her sister Elizabeth Tyner D/O of Harris. They and Benjamin moved to Franklin Co, GA. by 1860 and were living on the farm of widowed Nancy Tyner Crump. Mary Ann Tyner was already dead and so was Eliza.
In the 1860, 1870 Franklin Co. Census William Higginbotham is married to Elizabeth which would be right according to marriage records.

Children of ELIZA TYNER and WILLIAM HIGGINBOTHAM are:
249......i......SARAH ANN HIGGINBOTHAM, b. Abt. 1842; Stepchild.
.....ii......JOHN F. HIGGINBOTHAM, b. Abt. 1844, Elbert County, Georgia; d. Aft. 1900, Hart County, Georgia; Stepchild.

Notes for JOHN F. HIGGINBOTHAM:
Sarah, John and Robert Higginbotham all lived in Franklin Co, Georgia in 1860. John F Higginbotham filed for his Confederate Pension in Hart Co, Georgia. He served in Co. K, 4th GA Reserves as did his brother Robert G. Higginbotham. No wife filed for widow's pension.
.....iii......ROBERT G. HIGGINBOTHAM, b. May 15, 1845, Elbert County, Georgia; d. May 06, 1918, Elbert County, Georgia; Stepchild; m. GEORGIA L. REYNOLDS, November 16, 1865, Hart County, Georgia.

Notes for ROBERT G. HIGGINBOTHAM:
Wife filed for widow's pension in Hart Co, Georgia. Believe he is the R. G. buried at Concord Methodist Church in Elbert Co., Georgia. Can not confirm because the Elbert Co., Georgia cemetery book does not list anyone who died after 1917 and his wife outlived this man because she drew a widow's pension in Elbert Co. Her name was Georgia.

91. MARTHA TYNER (HARRIS, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born in Elbert County, Georgia. She married JAMES ANGLIN May 02, 1806 in Jackson County, Georgia, son of HENRY ANGLIN. He was born Abt. 1784.

Notes for JAMES ANGLIN:
Martha died, possibly in childbirth, and when James remarried, Daniel emigrated to Tennessee, where his Uncle John Anglin--brother of his father, James Anglin--had emigrated from North Carolina with his family. It was in Williamson that Daniel remarried, living there and in Hickman County, Tennesse. After the birth of George Washington Anglin in 1851, Daniel emigrated to Arkansas.

Child of MARTHA TYNER and JAMES ANGLIN is:
250......i......DANIEL BENJAMIN ANGLIN, b. 1806, Georgia; d. Baxter County, Arkansas.

92. MEMORY TYNER (NOAH, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1795, and died Abt. 1830 in Mississippi. He married ELIZABETH EVERETT.

Children of MEMORY TYNER and ELIZABETH EVERETT are:
.....i......HENRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1817, Tennessee.

Notes for HENRY TYNER:
Is he the Henry Tyner in Kentucky in 1860 census?
.....ii......JOHN J. TYNER, b. May 1822, Tennessee.

Notes for JOHN J. TYNER:
John lived in Salem, Kentucky. He was a blacksmith.
.....iii......JAMES B. TYNER, b. Abt. 1823, Tennessee.
.....iv......BENNET TYNER, b. Abt. 1829, Tennessee.

Notes for BENNET TYNER:
There is a Bennett Tyner in Benton County, Arkansas in 1850 living with a Stephens family.

HARDEN, Isabella, 18, married TYNER, Benet, 26, on Jun 10, 1856 in Jackson Co., Arkansas, by Aaran Michael, JP, I-125 (http://talesofold.net/limb/marriages/Arkansas/JackCoBrideH.htm)

ARKANSAS MORTALITY INDEX
Persons Who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860
JACKSON COUNTY
Bennett Tyner...35...M...KY...Nov...Farmer...Congestive Chill ...3 days ill

Is this him in the 1880 census?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Bennet TINER ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...53 ...AR ...Farmer ...NC ...AR
Mary TINER ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...43 ...TN ...Keeping House ...TN ...TN
Lucinda TINER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...20 ...AR ......AR ...TN
Samuel TINER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...17 ...AR ...Farm Laborer ...AR ...TN
Tilfred TINER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...15 ...AR ...Farm Laborer ...AR ...TN
Levi TINER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...13 ...AR ...Farm Laborer ...AR ...TN
Polly Ann TINER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...10 ...AR ......AR ...TN
Albert TINER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...7 ...AR ......AR ...TN
Elizabeth TINER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...5 ...AR ......AR ...TN
Nancy TINER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...3 ...AR ......AR ...TN
Delana TINER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...1 ...AR ......AR ...TN
...Census Place...Bright Water, Benton, Arkansas
...Family History Library Film ...1254038
...NA Film Number ...T9-0038
...Page Number ...424D
.....v......MARTHA B. TYNER, b. Abt. 1831.

93. THOMAS R. TYNER (NOAH, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 05, 1811 in Montgomery Co, Tennessee, and died April 19, 1887 in Crittendon County, Kentucky. He married MARTHA E. KIRK Abt. 1834, daughter of GEORGE KIRK and POLLY STALEY. She was born April 02, 1814 in Tennessee, and died November 10, 1885.

Notes for THOMAS R. TYNER:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's
Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas R. TYNER... Self... M ... Male... W... 68... TN... Farming... TN... GA
Marth TYNER... Wife... M... Female... W... 66... TN... Keeping House... VA... VA
Blanch E. TYNER... GDau... S... Female... W... 11... KY... Student... TN... KY
Mary B. STEVENSE... GDau... S... Female... W... 7... KY... Student... KY... TN
Source Information:
1880 Census Place Salem, Livingston, Kentucky
Family History Library Film 1254429
NA Film Number T9-0429
Page Number 336B

Children of THOMAS TYNER and MARTHA KIRK are:
251......i......MARTHA SUSAN TYNER, b. January 29, 1841, Tennessee; d. October 08, 1909.
252......ii......WILLIAM CULLEN TYNER, b. October 28, 1843, Montgomery Co, Tennessee; d. April 13, 1922, Crittendon County, Kentucky.

94. PETER W. TYNER (NOAH, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1813 in Montgomery County, Tennessee. He married MARY DAVIDSON in Davidson County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1815.

Notes for PETER W. TYNER:
Tennessee Convicts: Records of the State Peniteniary by Charles A & Tomye M. Sherrill
Peter W. Tiner Froma Montgomery County. Crime: grand larceny. Sentence three years from Sept. 22, 1840. Rec'd 29 Sep 1840. He is 27 years old, weights 153 lb., 5' 5" high, light complexion, light hair, blue eyes and full face. Has on his forehead a small round scar over his left eye. He was born and brought up in Montgomery County. Married his present wife in Dickson County, her maiden name is Mary Davidson. She has two children, both boys (Jno. And Thomas). She is living with her mother on Cumberland River 12 miles above Clarksville. He has also four sisters married and living in the same county. He has one brother living six miles above Clarksville on the river, his name is Thomas. [Ledger 45, p. 205] Occupation: Labourer. Received Sept 29, 1840 and discharged Sept. 22, 1843. Notes: conduct, exceptional. Number in ledger is 468.

1850 US Census Davidson Co Tn Page 308 Image 445 State Penitentiary
Peter Tiner since 1945, age 37, Wagon Maker, born Tn, Horse Stealing

1850 US Census Montgomery Co Tn Page 167
Mary Tyner 30
Henry 12
William 9
Bonaparte 6
Census shows her living next to Dempsey Teasley and Lucinda Saunders

Notes for MARY DAVIDSON:
1850 Census, Tennessee, Montgomery County Census page 167
Shows Mary as head of household with three children. Henry, who's in the 1860 Kentucky census, William, and Bonaparte.

Is this his mother, remarried? Next door to Napoleon B. Tyner:
1880 Census Place: Salem, Livingston, Kentucky
Source: FHL Film 1254429 National Archives Film T9-0429 Page 342B
Relation Sex Marr Race
Age Birthplace
Mary PARMLEY Self F W W 62 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: GA
William P. TYNER Son M S W 39 TN Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Cordelia H. TYNER GDau F S W 17 KY Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: KY
=================
This family was a door or two away.
1880 Census Place: Salem, Livingston, Kentucky
Source: FHL Film 1254429 National Archives Film T9-0429 Page 342B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
William C. PARMLEY Self M S W 38 KY
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: KY
Mary L. LOYD Niece F S W 16 KY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: KY Mo: KY

Children of PETER TYNER and MARY DAVIDSON are:
.....i......HENRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1838, Tennessee; m. ARAMINTA "MINT" BARRETT, February 09, 1860, Crittendon County, Kentucky; b. Abt. 1843, Kentucky.

Notes for HENRY TYNER:
Census: 1860 Livingston Co Ky
Henry Tiner, 22 b. Tn Farmer
Araminta, 17 b. Ky
Census shows him living next to his uncle Thomas R. Tiner.
.....ii......WILLIAM TYNER, b. Abt. 1841, Tennessee.
253......iii......NAPOLEON BONAPARTE TYNER, b. August 16, 1844, Tennessee; d. November 01, 1928, Kentucky.
254......iv......THOMAS R. TYNER, b. Abt. 1854; d. January 11, 1941, Livingston County, Kentucky.

95. NANCY LILES BOATRIGHT (ELIZABETH TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1802 in Georgia, and died Aft. August 28, 1886 in Carnesville, Franklin County, Georgia. She married JOHN MOSS July 16, 1818 in Franklin County, Georgia, son of RICHARD MOSS and SALLY JOHNS. He was born Abt. 1800, and died April 01, 1867 in Carnesville, Franklin County, Georgia.

Notes for NANCY LILES BOATRIGHT:
Nancy was living with her son Patrick Jackson Moss in the Franklin county GA 1880 Census; she was 77 years old. She was not in the 1890 Census.

DEED: Deed, 28 Aug 1886, Franklin County, GG, Nancy L. Moss to Patrick J. Moss for the love and affection she has for her son - her interest in all she claims under the will of her husband - the said Patrick J. Moss is to maintain and take care of her during her life for the interest of his mother's estate - the said Nancy L. Moss grants & gives to her son Patrick J. Moss his heirs and assigns all the right she has in all that property of all kinds to his own use and benefit . . . Nancy L. (X) Moss; Wit: Mary A. (X) Brewer, S. A. Porter N. P. & ex. J.P. Rec: 31st August 1886.-

Notes for JOHN MOSS:
Deed Book CC 1841-1847, Pg 44a, Franklin County GA, 21 Dec 1821, Hope Sims to John Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript LDS 1597678, Pg D-71)

DEEDS: Deed Book CC 1841-1847, Pg 44, Franklin County GA. 7 Mar 1833, John H. Patrick to John Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-72). Recorded on same page Deed Patrick to Moss indenture.

DEEDS: Deed Book CC 1841-1847, Pg 150, Franklin County GA, 7 Feb 1844, John
Moss to Richard H. Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-74).

DEEDS: Deed Book CCC, 1847-1852, Pg 4, Franklin County GA, 7 Feb 1844, John Moss to William W. Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-75).

DEEDS: Deed Book CCC 1847-1852, Pg 76, Franklin County GA, 21 Aug 1847, Elizabeth Tabor to John Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-76).

DEEDS: Deed Book CCC 1847-1852, Pg 125a, Franklin County GA, 28 Aug 1849, John Moss to Jackson W. Brewer, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (Transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-77).

DEEDS: Deed Book AB 1852-1854, recorded 28 Jun 1855, two pgs both numbered 208, Franklin County GA, John Moss, Sr to John S. Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/13 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-78).

DEEDS: Deed Bok CD, Pg 93, Franklin County GA, 11 Sep 1857, Lewis Watters to John S. Moss, GA Arachives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/14 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-79).

DEEDS: Deed Book CD, Pg 170, 170a, 171, Franklin County GA, 21 Jan 1858, A. P. , and W. D. Poole, to John Moss, GA Archives Retrieval/Refile Info 33/14 (transcript Ricker Moss manuscript Pg D-80).

WILL: Dated 22 Feb 1867, recorded April 1867, Franklin Co, GA Bk 1867 -1899, pgs 9, 10 and 11. Archives retrieval/refile Information 32/74. Identifies his wife to be Nancy Liles, sons Patrick Jackson, William, Richard Henry and son-in-law Sherwood Holcomb.

DEATH: Estate Case File of John Moss, died Feb - Apr 1867 Carnesville, Franklin Co, GA, GA Archives RG 159-2-1; Loc 1750-07; Box 7; Folder 117, Miscellaneous Estate Records 1867-1873, 28 pages.

DEATH: Court recorded receipt by P. J. MOSS of $24.49 (this is Patrick Jackson) that is to be payed to John S. MOSS (resides in the State of Arkansas) his estate distribution share of his father's estate; and $135.03 that is to be payed to Sarah CHEEK (resides in Tennessee) her estate distribution share of her father's estate. Dated 3 Feb 1873, pg 722 Franklin County, GA, Court Minutes.

Children of NANCY BOATRIGHT and JOHN MOSS are:
.....i......RICHARD HENRY MOSS, b. September 02, 1818, Franklin County, Georgia; d. October 19, 1881; m. SARAH CAROLINE VARNIER, January 05, 1842, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....ii......WILLIAM WEBSTER MOSS, b. Abt. 1819; m. MARY E. WADE, January 02, 1844, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....iii......MARY MOSS, b. Abt. 1826; m. JACKSON W. BREWER, September 10, 1846.
.....iv......MAHALA CATHERINE MOSS, b. December 28, 1831; d. January 06, 1901, Habersham County, Georgia; m. SHERWOOD HOLCOMBE, February 03, 1850, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....v......JOHN S. MOSS, b. Abt. 1833; m. LIDDIE HAYES, October 26, 1854.
.....vi......JAMES W. MOSS, b. Abt. 1835; m. LOUIZA KAY, September 10, 1857.
.....vii......SARAH MOSS, b. Abt. 1836; m. SANFORD SWILLING, April 10, 1854.
.....viii......CLARKEY MOSS, b. Abt. 1838; m. WILLIAM E. C. VANDIVER, February 03, 1856.
.....ix......PATRICK JACKSON MOSS, b. Abt. 1840.
.....x......WESTIN MOSS, b. Abt. 1842; d. November 1850, Franklin County, Georgia.

96. ABNER BOATRIGHT (ELIZABETH TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 28, 1807 in South Carolina, and died November 15, 1901 in South Carolina. He married DELPHIA HOLMES February 10, 1839. She was born August 03, 1816, and died August 20, 1913.

Children of ABNER BOATRIGHT and DELPHIA HOLMES are:
.....i......CHARLOTTE BOATRIGHT, b. December 28, 1839, Long Creek, Oconee County, South Carolina.
.....ii......PENDLETON BOATRIGHT, b. March 26, 1842; d. June 13, 1862.
.....iii......AMANDA BOATRIGHT, b. October 12, 1843, Long Creek, Oconee County, South Carolina.
.....iv......PICKENS BOATRIGHT, b. July 28, 1845, South Carolina; d. December 21, 1853.
.....v......VESTA BETH BOATRIGHT, b. September 1847, South Carolina; d. March 19, 1930.
.....vi......ANDERSON BOATRIGHT, b. December 19, 1849, South Carolina; d. September 15, 1853.
.....vii......CORA BOATRIGHT, b. January 30, 1853, Long Creek, South Carolina; d. September 20, 1857.
.....viii......ARGIN BOATRIGHT, b. November 12, 1855, Long Creek, South Carolina.
.....ix......DEVERAUX JARRETT BOATRIGHT, b. December 18, 1857, South Carolina; d. April 02, 1935; m. LUVENE APPERSON, February 22, 1876.
.....x......TERESA BOATRIGHT, b. October 14, 1861, Long Creek, South Carolina; d. November 01, 1951; m. DAVID ANDREW HOLMES, May 02, 1880; b. June 1861; d. May 05, 1906.
.....xi......BASHITA BOATRIGHT, b. April 30, 1866, Long Creek, South Carolina; d. October 13, 1867.

97. RUTH BOATRIGHT (ELIZABETH TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1804, and died 1861. She married RILEY SHIRLEY.

Children of RUTH BOATRIGHT and RILEY SHIRLEY are:
.....i......DAVID ALEXANDER SHIRLEY, b. 1828, Georgia; d. May 12, 1870; m. (1) SUSAN BROCK, February 27, 1851; m. (2) F. M. ALLEN, February 12, 1868; b. May 11, 1837; d. August 15, 1895.
.....ii......ELIZABETH SHIRLEY, b. 1833, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; m. JOHN BROCK, February 04, 1855.
.....iii......ABNER M. SHIRLEY, b. 1835, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; m. SUSAN E. BANKS, January 16, 1857.
.....iv......PERMELIA SHIRLEY, b. May 05, 1835, Georgia; d. March 19, 1919; m. JAMES BYRD GOOLSBY, April 13, 1854; b. October 14, 1831, Georgia.
.....v......SARAH ANN SHIRLEY, b. May 05, 1838, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; m. WILLIAM SHAVER.
.....vi......WILLIAM F. SHIRLEY, b. Abt. 1840, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia.

98. CHARITY BOATRIGHT (ELIZABETH TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1814 in Georgia. She married JAMES WATT ELLARD. He was born Abt. 1804 in South Carolina, and died November 25, 1885 in Habersham County, Georgia.

Notes for CHARITY BOATRIGHT:
1880 census
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
James ELLARD ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...76 ...SC ...Farmer ...VA ...VA
Charity ELLARD ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...66 ...GA ...Keeping House ...VA ...GA
...Census Place...Stonepile, Rabun, Georgia
...Family History Library Film ...1254162
...NA Film Number ...T9-0162
...Page Number ...81A

Notes for JAMES WATT ELLARD:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/ellard/messages/151.html
James Ellard Sr (VA/AC) m Mary ?
2 sons - William & James Jr
James Ellard Jr - m Patsy Starret - 6 children: Wm David, Benjamin Calhoun, Elizabeth, Malinda (Vina) Martha and Amos. also married to Charity Boatright, 7 children: Thomas, James W, Nancy, Nathaniel, Charity, Mary and Lucy.
Melissa Ellerd

see Bridget Pieschal's page at Rootsweb:
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1488527&id=I2680

Children of CHARITY BOATRIGHT and JAMES ELLARD are:
.....i......WILLIAM DAVID ELLARD.
255......ii......JAMES WATT ELLARD, b. March 21, 1845, Rabun County, Georgia; d. September 02, 1905.
256......iii......NANCY L. ELLARD, b. July 1847, Rabun County, Georgia.
.....iv......MARY ELLARD, b. Abt. 1849.
257......v......NEWTON HOWELL COBB ELLARD, b. February 02, 1849, Rabun County, Georgia; d. November 13, 1914.
258......vi......HEPZIBAH ANN ELLARD, b. Abt. 1850.
.....vii......CHARITY ELLARD, b. Abt. 1853.
259......viii......LUCY KATHERINE ELLARD, b. April 12, 1855, Boatright Mountain, South Carolina; d. July 05, 1927, Greensboro, Georgia.

99. MARY BOATRIGHT (ELIZABETH TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1815 in South Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Saline, Pulask Co., Arkansas. She married ASA CROW Abt. 1838. He was born Abt. 1815 in South Carolina.

Children of MARY BOATRIGHT and ASA CROW are:
.....i......SARAH A. CROW, b. Abt. 1839.
.....ii......JOHN H. CROW, b. Abt. 1842.
.....iii......LEMUEL CROW, b. Abt. 1843.
.....iv......MISSOURI CROW, b. Abt. 1845.
.....v......BURILLA WILLIAM CROW, b. Abt. 1848; m. S. P. CRAWFORD.
.....vi......ARMINA ELIZABETH CROW, b. Abt. 1850.
.....vii......GEORGIANA CROW, b. Abt. 1853.
.....viii......ADAH F. CROW, b. Abt. 1845.
.....ix......WILLIAM A. CROW, b. Abt. 1859, Mississippi.

100. SARAH BOATRIGHT (ELIZABETH TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) She married DEMARCUS D. VANDIVER February 12, 1848 in Cleveland, Georgia, son of ADAM VANDIVER and MARTHA WHITING. He was born July 15, 1824 in Tugaloo River, Habersham County, Georgia, and died February 18, 1908 in Tugaloo River, Habersham County, Georgia.

Notes for DEMARCUS D. VANDIVER:
One source: http://www.dannystewart.net/stewart/files/Stewart.pdf

Children of SARAH BOATRIGHT and DEMARCUS VANDIVER are:
.....i......AUGUSTINE VANDIVER, b. July 17, 1850, Habersham County, Georgia; d. September 10, 1940; m. BLANCHE LYLE.
.....ii......FRANKLIN VANDIVER, b. October 14, 1852, Habersham County, Georgia; d. October 14, 1852; m. RACHEL LEE.

101. RILEY LEE MCGUIRE (FRANCES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 05, 1800 in Wilkes County, Georgia, and died April 03, 1884 in Poplar Springs, Carroll County, Georgia. He married LUCINDA BANNISTER March 10, 1825 in Fayette County, Georgia, daughter of JARED BANNISTER and MARY HUDSON. She was born October 19, 1807, and died October 14, 1886.

Notes for RILEY LEE MCGUIRE:
See http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/a/y/W-randy-Haynes/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0855.html for descendants

"On the 1840 census of Campbell (now Douglas) County, Ga., Riley lived adjacent "Thomas McWier," born in the 1770s, who was actually Thompson McGuire. Riley McGuire was apparently born in Jackson County shortly after his parents moved there (1799) from Wilkes County. ~ Joe Baggett, editor, "Douglas County, Ga., Genealogy" newsletter, e-mail baggettcj at aol.com

Children of RILEY MCGUIRE and LUCINDA BANNISTER are:
.....i......ELIZABETH MCGUIRE, b. February 27, 1829, Campbell County, Georgia.
.....ii......TILMAN DAVID MCGUIRE, b. July 16, 1830, Campbell County, Georgia; d. May 31, 1914, Poplar Springs, Carroll County, Georgia.
.....iii......MARY MCGUIRE, b. Abt. 1833, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; d. Cullman County, Alabama.
.....iv......FRANCES MCGUIRE, b. April 30, 1837, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; d. November 13, 1924, Carroll County, Georgia.
.....v......BARBERY ANN MCGUIRE, b. Abt. 1843, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; d. Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....vi......NANCY JANE MCGUIRE, b. December 11, 1845, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; d. August 30, 1901, Poplar Springs, Carroll County, Georgia.
.....vii......WILLIAM RILEY MCGUIRE, b. March 1849, Campbellton, Campbell County, Georgia; d. Abt. 1919, Franklin County, Texas.

102. WILLIAM BETHEL CRUMP (AGNES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1807 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died October 22, 1871 in Etowah County, Alabama. He married (1) MARTHA ANN WARD January 01, 1831 in St. Clair County, Alabama. She was born Abt. 1815. He married (2) MARTHA ANN WALTERS July 01, 1857 in Franklin County, Georgia.

Children of WILLIAM CRUMP and MARTHA WARD are:
.....i......MALINDA HESTER ANN CRUMP, b. Abt. 1832.
.....ii......HENRY L. CRUMP, b. Abt. 1835.
.....iii......DEEDIFA D. CRUMP, b. January 01, 1837.
.....iv......WILLIAM BETHEL CRUMP, b. Abt. 1843.
.....v......ANN CHARITY CRUMP, b. Abt. 1845.
.....vi......HARRIET CRUMP, b. Abt. 1848.

103. MEMORY WALKER CRUMP (AGNES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 13, 1811 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died March 06, 1897 in Wynnewood, Garvin Co, Indian Territory. He married (1) MARY BANKS February 15, 1839 in Franklin County, Georgia. She was born in Elbert County, Georgia. He married (2) ELIZABETH TYNER Bet. 1850 - 1860. She was born Abt. 1831, and died Aft. 1870.

Children of MEMORY CRUMP and ELIZABETH TYNER are:
.....i......ROBERT CRUMP, b. Abt. 1852.
.....ii......WILLIAM B. CRUMP, b. Abt. 1860.
.....iii......MARY ELIZABETH CRUMP, b. Abt. 1863.
.....iv......ISAAC G. CRUMP, b. January 27, 1868, Etowah County, Alabama; d. April 25, 1885, Etowah County, Alabama.

104. CLARY LILES CRUMP (AGNES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 18, 1814 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died Abt. 1887 in Etowah Co, Alabama. She married WADE HAMPTON RAMSEY April 02, 1835 in Franklin County, Georgia, son of WILLIAM RAMSEY and RHOA ?. He was born October 20, 1812 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died Bet. 1877 - 1880 in Etowah County, Alabama.

Children of CLARY CRUMP and WADE RAMSEY are:
.....i......JAMES M. RAMSEY, b. January 14, 1837, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....ii......SARAH EMALINE RAMSEY, b. March 05, 1837, Franklin County, Georgia; d. July 02, 1911.
.....iii......AGNES L. RAMSEY, b. January 05, 1841, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....iv......HARRIET MERINDA RAMSEY, b. May 20, 1843, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....v......RICHARD MARION RAMSEY, b. April 20, 1845, Franklin County, Georgia; d. March 07, 1927.
.....vi......WILLIAM ROBERT RAMSEY, b. May 16, 1847, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....vii......NATHANIEL D. RAMSEY, b. April 12, 1849, Franklin County, Georgia; d. July 30, 1911.
.....viii......MEMORY JACKSON RAMSEY, b. May 19, 1851, Franklin County, Georgia; d. June 08, 1901, Etowah County, Alabama.
.....ix......MARTHA HESTER ANN RAMSEY, b. December 22, 1854, Franklin County, Georgia; d. February 03, 1927.

105. MARY ANN CRUMP (AGNES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1816 in Franklin County, Georgia. She married ANDREW J. WARD January 16, 1838 in Franklin County, Georgia. He was born Abt. 1820 in Alabama, and died January 03, 1879 in Etowah County, Alabama.

Children of MARY CRUMP and ANDREW WARD are:
.....i......JAMES R. WARD, b. March 31, 1842.
.....ii......THOMAS B. WARD, b. Abt. 1844.
.....iii......ANDREW C. WARD, b. Bet. 1846 - 1848.
.....iv......JOSEPH W. WARD, b. Abt. 1850.
.....v......CHARLES PINKNEY WARD, b. Abt. 1852.
.....vi......JERUTIA J. WARD, b. Abt. 1854.
.....vii......SAMUEL R. WARD, b. Abt. 1858.

106. AGNES G. CRUMP (AGNES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1820 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died Aft. 1862 in DeKalb County, Alabama. She married JOHN F. TABOR Abt. 1841.

Children of AGNES CRUMP and JOHN TABOR are:
.....i......WILLIAM BETHEL TABOR, b. Abt. 1840.
.....ii......ROBERT F. TABOR, b. Abt. 1842.
.....iii......JAMES F. TABOR, b. Abt. 1844.
.....iv......ALEXANDER J. TABOR, b. Abt. 1847.
.....v......AGNES M. TABOR, b. Abt. 1850.
.....vi......ELIZABETH TABOR, b. Abt. 1852.
.....vii......DOCTOR J. TABOR, b. Abt. 1855.
.....viii......HENRY J. TABOR, b. Abt. 1857.
.....ix......MEMORY TABOR, b. Abt. 1860.

107. JAMES TYNER CRUMP (AGNES TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1821 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died Aft. 1880 in Franklin County, Texas. He married HARRIET M. WALTERS Abt. 1839 in Franklin County, Georgia.

Notes for JAMES TYNER CRUMP:
Details on descendants from Tom Crump's page at http://www.crumprealty.com/crumpgen1.htm

Children of JAMES CRUMP and HARRIET WALTERS are:
.....i......ROBERT G. CRUMP, b. Abt. 1841; d. July 14, 1863.

Notes for ROBERT G. CRUMP:
Robert died at the battle of Vicksburg in the Civil War.
.....ii......JAMES MEMORY CRUMP, b. July 07, 1844, Franklin County, Georgia; d. February 16, 1902, Hopkins County, Texas; m. (1) NEOMA JANE REESE, January 20, 1870; m. (2) ELIZABETH WHISENHUNT, January 13, 1876.
.....iii......WILLIAM JASPER CRUMP, b. August 25, 1847; d. May 27, 1915, Nacogdoches County, Texas; m. THURSEY PRECILLA BROWN, Abt. 1869, Franklin County, Georgia.
.....iv......GEORGE WASHINGTON CRUMP, b. May 1850, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. November 1915, Hopkins County, Texas; m. (1) CLARISSA JANE HORTON, November 09, 1870; m. (2) AMANDA E. CRANFORD, September 04, 1875; m. (3) MARTHA ANN CRANE, January 03, 1884.
.....v......NANCY ANN CRUMP, b. Abt. 1853, Alabama; m. J. R. DENNY.
.....vi......MARY MAGDALEN CRUMP, b. Abt. 1853.
.....vii......SIMEON CRUMP, b. Abt. 1856, St. Clair County, Alabama; m. M. A. HAMILTON.
.....viii......JOSEPHINE CRUMP, b. Abt. 1860.
.....ix......ROBERT P. CRUMP, b. Abt. 1863; m. IDA COOK, December 28, 1893, Franklin County, Texas.

108. JOHN BIRD (MARTHA B. TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1812 in Franklin County, Georgia.

Children of JOHN BIRD are:
.....i......MARTHA BIRD, b. Abt. 1838.
.....ii......JOHN BIRD, b. Abt. 1840.
.....iii......AUGUSTUS BIRD, b. Abt. 1841.
.....iv......SAMMY BIRD, b. Abt. 1842.
.....v......LUCY BIRD, b. Abt. 1845.

109. MARY H. MARTHA BIRD (MARTHA B. TYNER, RICHARD, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1817 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died Abt. 1878. She married (1) GEORGE JONES. She married (2) NATHANIEL G. HILBURN November 04, 1834 in Franklin County, Georgia. He was born Abt. 1818.

Children of MARY BIRD and NATHANIEL HILBURN are:
.....i......MARTHA HILBURN, b. Abt. 1835.
.....ii......MARY HILBURN, b. Abt. 1838.
.....iii......JOHN HILBURN, b. Abt. 1843.
.....iv......THOMAS HILBURN, b. Abt. 1845.
.....v......? HILBURN, b. Abt. 1847.
.....vi......FRANK A. HILBURN.

110. NANCY TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1793 in Abbeville District, South Carolina?, and died Abt. 1835. She married ALEXANDER DALE Abt. 1813, son of GEORGE DALE and HANNAH. He was born February 08, 1786 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died October 24, 1854 in Lagro Twp., Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for NANCY TYNER:
After Nancy Tyner died in 1835, Alexander took a 3rd wife with whom he had three children.

Notes for ALEXANDER DALE:
Try WMDale at AOL.com

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inblackf/bcdeed.htm
Blackford County, Indiana, Deed Book A, at Recorders Office: Alexander Dale and wife, Margaret, of Fayette Co., Ind., to White Water Valley Canal Company, Feb. 7, 1843. SE 1/4 of Sect. 22, T24 N of R. 10 East. Wit: Collen Banister & Charity Morgan.

Children of NANCY TYNER and ALEXANDER DALE are:
260......i......ELIZABETH DALE, b. Abt. 1817; d. Abt. 1847.
.....ii......MARIAH DALE, b. Abt. 1817; d. Abt. 1849; m. (1) JACK M. MCCOLLEY; m. (2) JOHN SWIFT.
.....iii......HARRIET DALE, b. Abt. 1819; d. Abt. 1871; m. ALBERT THOMAS.
261......iv......EMELINE DALE, b. Abt. 1821; d. Abt. 1917.
.....v......WILSON DALE, b. Abt. 1824; d. Abt. 1888; m. CHARITY MORGAN.
262......vi......HIRAM DALE, b. July 30, 1826, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Aft. 1911.
.....vii......EPHRAIM O. DALE, b. Abt. 1829; d. Abt. 1915, Rush County, Indiana.
.....viii......LEWIS DALE, b. Abt. 1831; d. Abt. 1919; m. MARY WILCOX.
263......ix......OLIVER S. DALE, b. Abt. 1835, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Aft. 1921, Marion, Grant County, Indiana?.

111. WILLIAM TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 02, 1795 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died Bef. 1827 in Blue River Twp., Hancock Co., Indiana. He married PRUDENCE CALDWELL November 04, 1819 in Fayette County, Indiana.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and PRUDENCE CALDWELL are:
.....i......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1820.
.....ii......THOMAS JEFFERSON TYNER, b. Abt. 1822.
.....iii......JAMES MADISON TYNER, b. Abt. 1824.

112. JAMES T. TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 25, 1796 in Kentucky, and died March 28, 1880 in Liberty Township, LaFountain, Wabash County, Indiana. He married ZILLAH REID March 10, 1817 in Wayne County, Indiana. She was born October 07, 1794 in South Carolina, and died August 28, 1878 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for JAMES T. TYNER:
James was a Postmaster.

Source: 1850 Census Fayette Co IN - Harrison Twp 79-82
James..TYNER..54..Farmer..$2500..KY
Druzilla..56..Female..SC
Amanda..20.. IN
James..15 Farmer..IN
Alexander..12.. IN
Theodore .. 8.. IN

ANOTHER OLD PIONEER GONE
.....James Tyner died at his residence in La Fontaine, Wabash Co., IN on 3/29/1880. Richard Tyner, father of James Tyner, was born in Abbeville Dist., SC in 1770, where he marr. Elizabeth Osborn. They chose IN as their permanent home.
.....James Tyner was born in Abbeville Dist., SC 4/25/1796. When he was 8 years old his father moved to Georgetown, Scott Co., KY and remained there 6 years. He then moved to IN near where Connersville now stands.

Oak Hill Cemetery - Surnames M-Z - Osage County, Kansas
http://www.interment.net/data/us/ks/osage/oak%5Fhill/oak%5Fhill%5Fmz.htm
Tyner, Mary, b. 8 July 1878, d. 24 July 1944
Tyner, Charles, b. 16 Feb 1875, d. 4 Jan 1962
Tyner, Milton, b. 14 Oct 1842, d. 6 Apr 1904, Corp Co I 8 Reg Ind Vol Inf
Tyner, Augusta A, b. 22 Apr 1847, d. 27 May 1945
Tyner, T G, b. 1841, d. 1909
Tyner, Sarah J, b. 1846, d. 1925, wife of T G

Children of JAMES TYNER and ZILLAH REID are:
264......i......SYDNOR DALE TYNER, b. March 21, 1818, Fayette County, Indiana; d. September 19, 1902, Overbrook, Osage County, Kansas.
.....ii......ELIJAH M. TYNER, b. November 20, 1819; m. (1) AMANDA MCGUFFY, October 11, 1849; m. (2) SELINA BRIGMAN, May 11, 1852.
.....iii......HARRIET S. TYNER, b. November 07, 1821; d. August 05, 1822.
.....iv......ARCHIBALD R. TYNER, b. May 23, 1823; d. April 02, 1824.
265......v......RICHARD A. TYNER, b. February 13, 1825, Hancock County, Indiana; d. November 12, 1897, Colorado.
.....vi......EPHRAIM D. TYNER, b. August 04, 1827; d. November 07, 1828.
.....vii......AMANDA E. TYNER, b. February 15, 1830, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana; d. October 10, 1912, Wabash County, Indiana; m. ABRAM H. JOHNSTON, April 15, 1857.
.....viii......FRANCIS E. TYNER, b. December 27, 1832; d. October 10, 1833.
.....ix......JAMES N. TYNER, b. September 29, 1834; d. Abt. 1920, LaFontaine, Wabash County, Indiana; m. ELIZABETH CLUPPER, January 21, 1859, Wabash County, Indiana.
266......x......WILLIAM ALEXANDER TYNER, b. December 12, 1837, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; d. September 25, 1923.
267......xi......THEODORE G. TYNER, b. June 17, 1841, Fayette County, Indiana; d. May 17, 1909, Kansas.

113. MARY T. TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 08, 1797 in Kentucky, and died October 12, 1891 in Blue River Twp., Hominy Ridge, Greenfield, Hancock County, IN. She married WILLIAM WATTS July 12, 1824 in Shelby County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1800 in Butler County, Ohio, and died June 18, 1871 in Blue River Twp., Hominy Ridge, Greenfield, Hancock County, IN.

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM WATTS are:
268......i......ELIZA WATTS, b. Abt. 1825.
.....ii......HARRIETT WATTS, b. December 22, 1826; d. June 02, 1902; m. JAMES DUNCAN.
.....iii......JOHN F. WATTS, b. August 28, 1827; d. Abt. 1875; m. MARY J. CATT.
.....iv......WILLIAM H. WATTS, b. June 21, 1829; m. MINERVA J. KIGER, September 05, 1850.
.....v......ELIZABETH WATTS, b. Abt. 1831.
269......vi......GEORGE WASHINGTON WATTS, b. February 06, 1833; d. Abt. 1908.
270......vii......SARAH A. WATTS, b. October 16, 1838.
.....viii......JEFFERSON WATTS, b. Abt. 1840.

114. MEHITABEL TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 1798, and died Bef. 1893. She married SYDNOR DALE Abt. 1816, son of GEORGE DALE and HANNAH DALE. He was born January 26, 1796 in Woodford County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1828 in Hamilton County, Indiana.

Notes for SYDNOR DALE:
See http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/LOWER-DELMARVA-ROOTS/2001-07/0994128244

Children of MEHITABEL TYNER and SYDNOR DALE are:
.....i......MARTHA DALE, b. Abt. 1824, Andrews, Huntington County, Indiana.
271......ii......MATILDA DALE, b. Abt. 1826.

115. THOMAS T. TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 08, 1800 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died October 18, 1880 in Tyner City, Marshall County, Indiana. He married EZILPHA CALDWELL December 22, 1825 in Shelby County, Indiana, daughter of TRAIN CALDWELL. She was born July 22, 1810 in Ohio, and died January 29, 1879 in Tyner City, Marshall County, Indiana.

Notes for THOMAS T. TYNER:
Tyner or Tyner City, Marshall Co., IN was named after Thomas T Tyner. The land was in the name of Samuel Miller, who deeded it to Thomas Tyner on the 4th day of July 1855. Originally named Tyner City, the town was platted in 1855, by Jacob Miller, Maynard Miller and Thomas Tyner(for whom the town was named).Thomas Tyner was a brother of James N Tyner who was Postmaster General under Ulysses S Grant's administration. He was county commissioner during the Civil War. He also was president of the old I.P. & C. railroad that ran from Laporte to Plymouth...Thomas Tyner died Oct 18, 1880, and thus the county lost one of its most respected and honored citizens. He is credited with assisting in moving the archives of the state government to Indianapolis from Corydon, after the capitol was established there.

ANCESTRY/ROOTSWEB MESSAGE BOARD from Margaret Forrest:
Francis Marion TYNER is the brother of my gr-grandfather, William Washington TYNER. Their parents are Thomas T. TYNER and Ezilpha CALDWELL who are both buried in the Tyner Cemetery in Tyner City, IN. A page from my gr-grandfather's diary lists Thomas' children and their birthdates. I have a copy of a letter written by Ezilpha. She wrote that after the death of Francis M., Catherine returned to Columbiana, OH with her children to live near her family. I found them there in the 1880 Census.

Is this him? If so, he appears in two 1880 census places; see the entry for his son Richard.
Census: 1880 census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Elizabeth PARKER...Self...W... Female...W...45...IN...Dressmaker... VA ...VA
Ida PARKER...Dau... Female...W...25 ...OH ...Clerk In Dry Goods...VA...IN
Flora PARKER...Dau...Female...W...23...IL...School Teacher ...VA...IN
Liza PARKER...Dau...Female...W...17...IN... At Home...VA...IN
Etta PARKER...Dau ...Female...W...14...IN...At Home...VA...IN
Harry PARKER...Son...S...Male ...W...11...IN...At Home...VA...IN
Thomas C. TYNER...Father...Male...W ...80... VA --- ---
Census Place District 105, Plymouth, Marshall, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254297
NA Film Number T9-0297
Page Number 138D

Children of THOMAS TYNER and EZILPHA CALDWELL are:
.....i......WILLIAM WASHINGTON TYNER, b. May 06, 1827; m. SARAH ANN FLEMING.
272......ii......FRANCIS MARION TYNER, b. December 29, 1829, Polk Township, Shelby, Marshall County, Indiana; d. February 22, 1877, Tyner, Marshall County, Indiana.
.....iii......ELIZA AMERICA TYNER, b. September 22, 1832.
.....iv......ELIZABETH CLEMENTINE TYNER, b. March 25, 1835.
.....v......EZILPHA INDIANA TYNER, b. January 28, 1838.
273......vi......RICHARD HENRY HARRISON TYNER, b. November 22, 1840.
.....vii......THOMAS CLAY TYNER, b. October 12, 1843.

Notes for THOMAS CLAY TYNER:
Is this him in the 1880 census?
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas TYNER Self M Male W 36 IN Farmer KY OH
Kezia TYNER Wife M Female W 36 MI Keeping House NJ NJ
E. Hope TYNER Dau S Female W 12 IN IN MI
L. Flerenes TYNER Dau S Female W 10 IN IN MI
K. Ethel TYNER Dau S Female W 4 IN IN MI
Kezia TYNER Dau S Female W 1M MI IN MI
Source Information:
Census Place Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254608
NA Film Number T9-0608
Page Number 503D

or this?
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas TYNER Self M Male W 34 IN House Painter IN SC
Ellen TYNER Wife M Female W 32 IN Keeping House IN IN
Albert TYNER Son S Male W 3 IL At Home --- IL
Census Place Cresswell, Cowley, Kansas
Family History Library Film 1254377
NA Film Number T9-0377
Page Number 490C
.....viii......MARIETTA CAROLINE TYNER, b. April 06, 1846.
.....ix......JAMES MADISON TYNER, b. July 01, 1849; m. HARRIET TROWBRIDGE, June 24, 1873, Marshall County, Indiana.

116. ELIZABETH T. TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 02, 1802 in Abbeville District, South Carolina. She married JAMES M. CALDWELL December 25, 1825 in Shelby County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1805, and died May 31, 1864 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Children of ELIZABETH TYNER and JAMES CALDWELL are:
.....i......MARY JANE CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1827.
.....ii......ELIZA ANN CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1829.
.....iii......WILLIAM F. CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1831.
.....iv......JAMES MADISON CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1835.
.....v......ZILPHA ELLEN CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1839.

117. HARRISON TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1813 in Scott County, Kentucky, and died November 22, 1903 in Macon, Macon, Illinois (Mason, Effingham, IL?). He married LOVINA PENWELL December 27, 1832 in Hancock County, Indiana, daughter of GEORGE PENWELL and ANNA TYNER. She was born September 29, 1813 in Hancock County, Illinois, and died August 07, 1902 in Mason, Effingham County, Illinois.

Notes for HARRISON TYNER:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilcivilw/r050/038-b-in.htm
Company "B" 38th Illinois Infantry
Name... Rank... Residence... Date of Muster... Remarks
TYNER, Harrison...Captain...Mason --- Resigned Feb 21, 1863
TYNER, Harrison...2nd Lt. ...Mason...Aug 19, 1861...Promoted Captain [Dec 6, 1861]

Harrison was a carpenter.

CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: IN COUNTY: LaPorte DIVISION: Town of LaPorte REEL NO: 157 PAGE NO: 262A
REFERENCE: 9th August 1850; J. Millikan, Asst Marshal; MF# 523
26 140 145 TYNER...Harrison...35 M...W...Carpenter...Kentucky
27 140 145 TYNER...Lovina...35...F...W...Indiana
28 140 145 TYNER...George W. ...17...M ...W...Carpenter ...Indiana X
29 140 145 TYNER...David Louis...15...M...W...None... Indiana X
30 140 145 TYNER...Wm Henry...10...M...W... Indiana X
31 140 145 TYNER...Oscar N. ...8...M ...W...Indiana X
32 140 145 TYNER...Josephine...4...F...W ... Indiana
33 140 146 PENWELL...George...61...M ...W...Farmer ... New Jersey
34 140 146 PENWELL...Anna ...53...F...W ...South Carolina X
35 140 146 PENWELL ...Easter Rosetta...21...F ...W... Indiana
36 140 146 PENWELL...John ...33 ... M...W...Carpenter & Joienr... Indiana
37 140 146 PENWELL ...Solomon L. ...17...M ...W ... Farmer ...Indiana X

Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Harris TYNER ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 66 ... KY ... Carpenter ... SC ... SC
Lovina TYNER ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 66 ... IN ... Keeping House ... NJ ... SC
Charles TYNER ... Son ... M ... Male ... W ... 29 ... IN ... R.R. Agent ... KY ... IN
Maggie TYNER ... DauL ... M ... Female ... W ... 19 ... IL ... Keeping House ... CAN ... CAN
...Census Place...Mason, Effingham, Illinois
...Family History Library Film ...1254205
...NA Film Number ...T9-0205
...Page Number ...457A

Children of HARRISON TYNER and LOVINA PENWELL are:
.....i......GEORGE W. TYNER, b. Abt. 1833, Indiana.
274......ii......DAVID LOUIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1835, Indiana.
.....iii......WILLIAM HENRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1840, Indiana.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY TYNER:
A list of 1893 Nebraska Veterans (Indiana Enlistees) at http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/holt/1893/indiana_m-z.html has a Tyner, WH, private, Company L, 11th Cavalry, enlisted in Indiana, now living in Cedar Rapids.

Winfield Courier, October 6, 1881.
We had the pleasure last Monday of a call from Mr. W. H. Tyner, of Morristown, Indiana, who is visiting in this county and is so pleased with it that he proposes to sell out his farm, one of the best in Indiana, and take up his residence here. He is a cousin of Gen. Tyner, late First Assistant Postmaster General, and has a son and two sons-in-law living in this county. We have room for him and a few more of the great men of the Hoosier State.

Is this him in the 1840 census?
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William TYNER Self M Male W 36 IN Farmer IN IN
Margret TYNER Wife M Female W 32 MD Housekeeping MD PA
Ida T. TYNER Dau S Female W 10 IL Going To School IN MD
Arthur P. TYNER Son S Male W 2 IL IN MD
Census Place Allen, Mc Lean, Illinois
Family History Library Film 1254229
NA Film Number T9-0229
Page Number 20C
275......iv......OSCAR NEWTON TYNER, b. October 09, 1842, Indiana; d. Mason, Effingham County, Illinois.
.....v......JOSEPHINE TYNER, b. Abt. 1846.
.....vi......CHARLES TYNER, b. Abt. 1851, Indiana; m. MAGGIE ?; b. Abt. 1861, Illinois.

Notes for CHARLES TYNER:
Charles was of Omaha, Nebraska, when his brother Oscar died.

118. HARRIS TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 26, 1795, and died January 21, 1881 in Brightwood, Indiana. He married MARGARET THOMPSON September 15, 1814. She was born Abt. 1798 in Abbeville District, South Carolina.

Notes for HARRIS TYNER:
Per http://www.nancywhite.org/warren.txt :
Harris TYNER was born in South Carolina. He emigrated to Kentucky, and from there to Indiana in 1805, and settled in what is now Franklin County. In February, 1821, he moved to Marion County and settled in the northern part of Warren township, where he resided at the time of his death, in 1881. Harris TYNER served as county commissioner for twelve years. He was in the war of 1812, also in the Black Hawk war.

A Harris Tyner was an assessor for Warren Township in Marion County, Indiana, from Jan. 7, 1839, to Jan. 6, 1840.

Children of HARRIS TYNER and MARGARET THOMPSON are:
.....i......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1815, Marion County, Indiana; m. SAMUEL THARP.
.....ii......JOHN TYNER, b. Abt. 1817, Marion County, Indiana; m. MARY ANN BELLES.
276......iii......MARY ANN TYNER, b. September 29, 1822, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1897.
277......iv......LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER, b. May 29, 1820, Marion County, Indiana; d. September 11, 1884.
.....v......WILLIAM E. TYNER, b. 1821, Marion County, Indiana; m. (1) SARAH ANN POND, October 26, 1843, Franklin County, Indiana; m. (2) MARY ?, Abt. 1845, Blackford County, Indiana; b. 1829, Blackford County, Indiana.

Notes for WILLIAM E. TYNER:
Cherokee Co. Kansas Queries
From: Carol L. Roberts rcroberts at calcoast.com
Date: Monday, May 31, 1999 06:29 PM
I am searching for information regarding William E. Tyner, business unknown, born cir. 1823 in Indiana and married 1874 to Mary Bland Turner. They are my great-grandparents. Need death, business and any possible siblings or parental information. Thank you.
rcroberts at calcoast.com
.....vi......ELIJAH TYNER, b. 1822, Marion County, Indiana.
278......vii......BENJAMIN TYNER, b. July 26, 1824, Abbeville District, South Carolina; d. November 16, 1893, Marion County, Indiana.
.....viii......SARAH JANE TYNER, b. October 08, 1826, Marion County, Indiana; d. 1866; m. SAMUEL RECORDS, May 22, 1853, Marion County, Indiana; b. July 13, 1819, Bracken County, Kentucky.

Notes for SAMUEL RECORDS:
Samuel was a physician.
279......ix......HARRIS TYNER, b. 1828, Marion County, Indiana; d. 1880.
.....x......MALINDA TYNER, b. 1831, Marion County, Indiana.
.....xi......CHARLOTTE TYNER, b. August 19, 1833, Marion County, Indiana; d. November 24, 1853; m. LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS, September 28, 1851; b. April 12, 1827, Butler County, Ohio; d. November 18, 1904, Hancock County, Illinois.

Notes for LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS:

"Being in the seventieth year of my age, I thought to write a short sketch of the Symmonds family which would perhaps be of interest to some who may come after me. My grandfather John Henry Symmonds came from England prior to the Revolutionary war, and on the breaking out of hostilities between England and America in 1775, he volunteered in the Colonial army for six months, and at the expiration of his term he enlisted in the regular army, where he continued till the close of the war, being in the service seven years, six months and fourteen days. After peace was made he was married to Barbara Castleman and settled in Pennsylvania. After living there a while he moved to Kentucky, but did not stay there long till he moved to what was then called the Norwest Territory, now the State of Ohio, and settled near where the town of Marietta now stands, where he lived and raised his family. I don't know the number of his children nor the order in which they were born, but there was three sons, John, the father of the writer, and Solomon and Joseph. These sons all reached the age of manhood and all served in the second war with Great Britain. My grandfather on my mother's side was what was called a Pennsylvania Dutchman, named Peter Hoffman. He was married in an early day in the State of Virginia to Anna Lyon, and when my mother and twin sister were infants they crossed over the mountains on pack horses and settled in what is now Butler County, Ohio, near where the city of Hamilton now stands. It was there that my father and mother were married and lived till they had a large family of children. In the year 1828 when the writer was the baby of the family they moved to Marion County, Indiana, and settled near where the village of Bridgeport now stands. The country was all covered with heavy timber and being far from market raising and but little to sell it was often very discouraging. There are but few people now who know the drawbacks and disadvantages of living in such a country. At that time we had to haul all our surplus produce to the Ohio river, a distance of eighty miles to the nearest point where we exchanged it for groceries and dry goods and a little money with which to pay taxes. I have seen good wheat sell in our market for twenty-five cents per bushel, while we would have to pay five to six dollars a barrel for salt. A short time before moving from Ohio my oldest sister Mary was married to John A. Weasel, and they moved with us and settled on land adjoining our home, so we still all lived near each other. Not long after moving to Indiana my oldest brother Peter was married to Susan Thompson and built a house and shop on the farm, he being a blacksmith by trade. He did not live there more than two years till he was taken with fever and died, leaving a widow and one child, Franklin Symmonds, whose whereabouts I don't know, but who is now an old man if living. After the marriage of my oldest brother there was still left at home a large family of three girls and seven boys. The girls were all grown and soon married off, Barbara to John Matthews, Anna to John Poland, and Sarah to Llewellen Boles. This left my mother with only a great family of boys and no help only such as the boys could render, and some of them became quite handy about housework. My mother had a daughter and two sons born after settling, in Indiana: Delilah, Jacob and Benjamin. Jacob died in infancy and Benjamin was killed by lightning in the twentieth year of his age. Sister Sarah did not live long after her only child was born. Her son Wilson Boles is now somewhere in Colorado if living,. Sisters Mary and Barbara both raised large families and died at a good old age. Sister Anna also lived to old age. She only raised two children, Margaret Fisher and one son, William Poland. I will now return to the seven brothers who were born in the following order: Isaac, John, James, Samuel, Squire L, William and the writer, who is the seventh son, without any girls between, which according to the Dutch tradition makes me the doctor, by which name I have been called since my earliest recollection. We grew to manhood, used to hard work, were all large men, weighing on an average about 175 pounds, and in such sport as running, jumping and wrestling there could always be found a champion among the Symmonds boys. Our parents were members of the Primitive Baptist Church and maintained a very strict discipline in the family. There was no profanity or roudyism [sic] allowed, for which I have always felt thankful, for when there are so many boys together they are apt to study out a good deal of mischief. We did all our clearing of logs ourselves, rolled our logs ourselves, and I used to think it was a pretty big log that my father and his seven sons could not take up on handspikes and carry. About the year 1843 or 1844 my brother-in-laws, John Weasel, John Poland, and my brother Isaac came west and settled in Adams County, Illinois, near Marcelling. This was some 300 miles from where we lived, and there being no railroads across the country the traveling all had to be done by private conveyance. Our friends wrote back glowing, accounts of the productiveness of the country, which give us all the "West fever," so the family, came out, one family, at a time. John Matthews and brothers John, James and Samuel, so that a majority of the family, were in the west. After so many, of the brothers and sisters had come west my parents became dissatisfied and wanted to follow their children and get their family all in reach of them again, so in the spring of 1853 my father sold his farm and in the following October we all moved to this country. My father bought a small farm with what was then considered a good house, where we often met in friendly visits, but when a family becomes divided into several independent families it is a hard matter to keep them together. Brothers John, James and Samuel moved to Missouri and Brother William back to Indiana, so we were worse scattered than ever. About the year 1861 my mother got a fall, disabling one of her hips, from which hurt she never recovered so as to be able to walk. She lived about five years after being hurt and died on the 9th day of June 1866, being about 78 years old. Some time after the death of my mother my youngest sister Delilah was married to Elder B. R. Warren, and they continued to live with father. She became the mother of a daughter and a son. The son died in infancy and the daughter is now Mrs. John Leppla. In the month of August 1875 Delilah was thrown out of a buggy and badly hurt, from which hurt she never recovered, but died on the 26th of October following. My father continued to live in his own house till his death, which occurred on the '27th day of May, 1872, in the eighty-ninth year of his age. I have now written of the death of all my brothers and sisters and parents, leaving the seven brothers still living. Brother Squire died on the 4th of November, 1895, from kidney and heart trouble, and Brother John died on the 5th of February following, from a complication of diseases. Brother Samuel died on the 15th of July, 1902, from cancer, and Brother James on the 25th of August, 1902, and Brother William on the 30th of April, 1903, so that of all this numerous family they are all gone but myself and Brother Isaac. I will now give just a short sketch of my own life and close this narrative. As I said, my parents settled in the wilds of Indiana when I was but a small child. The days of my childhood and boyhood was spent like other backwoods boys. There were but few schools in the country and what there was were of a very inferior grade. In looking back to that time now I cannot say now that the little schooling that I got ever done me any good, as we were so situated that I could not attend school but a few days at a time. My mother, who was one of the best of women and whose memory I shall ever cherish, taught me to read. She also taught me many good moral lessons which I have tried to keep through life. And so I grew to manhood with but little knowledge of the ways of the world. I was a fair reader and could write a legible hand, but did not know the first rules of arithmetic. This was something that I had to do afterwards in order to be able to do business. In the month of August 1848, 1 went away from home and hired to work on a brickyard for $13.50 a month. I worked seventeen and a half days when I was taken down with fever and had a long spell of sickness. After getting the fever broke I mended very rapidly for about three weeks, when I was caught out in a rain and took the chills, which stayed with me off and on for six months. By this time my system was so run down that it was eleven months from the time I was first taken sick before I was able to do a day's work. In the month of October 1849, Brother Samuel moved West and I came with him. He came in a two-horse wagon with his wife and two children, and I rode on horseback. We were on the road fourteen days. Our trip was without incident worth naming, only at one time we ran out of bread and had a good deal of trouble to get something to eat. We had fallen in company with several families of movers from Virginia and they were all in the same condition for something to eat as ourselves. At length we heard of a "horse mill" about three miles off the road and one man took a horse out of one of their teams and he and I started to mill. When we got there the miller told us he had no flour, but that a man had just left there with a large sack full, so we followed and overtook the man and prevailed in getting him to divide with us. I think I got about fifteen pounds of flour, but the other man went deeper into his sack, he having a larger company to provide for. I spent seven months in Adams and Hancock counties at that time working in the timber making rails. I also helped my brother-in-laws Matthews and Wetzel move their stock from Adams to Hancock County. In the spring I began to make preparations to farm when I received a letter from home stating that my Brother William was down with typhoid fever and they wished me to come home and take charge of the farm. So on the 25th of April 1850 I started on horseback to make the trip of 300 miles to Indianapolis. This was a long lonesome trip. The country was new and what settlers there was were around the edges of the timber, while the roads were just traces across the prairies from ore point of timber to another and but few of the streams were bridged. On the morning of the fourth day I passed through Springfield, then but a small town. It commenced raining about the time I got into town, but I rode on to the village of Rochester, eight miles east of Springfield, when I stopped at a hotel thinking I would wait for better weather. This was Sunday, and the place seemed to be a gathering place for all the roughs in the neighborhood. Some were drinking, some were gambling and swearing and some were so drunk that they hardly knew what they were doing. I stayed there till about three o'clock in the afternoon and still it rained. By this time I was getting very tired of the company, so I told the landlord to get my horse and I would travel on. He insisted that I should stay as it was not a fit day to travel, but I was anxious to get away as I did not think I could find a worse place. Directly I got clear of the town and I commenced trying to find a place to stop, but everyone seemed to have some excuse for not keeping me. So I rode on through the rain for nine miles, when I rode up to a little cabin and asked the man if he could keep me. He said he guessed not as they were not fixed to entertain people. His wife, a large fleshy woman, stood looking over his shoulder. She said, "Let him stay; don't you see that he is as wet as he can be." The man said that if I could put up with their fare he would try to keep me. I told him I could put up with anything if I could get shelter. So I went in while the boys took charge of my horse. He soon had a roaring fire and I took off my heavy overcoat, which was pretty water soaked, and I soon felt comfortable. I look back yet with feelings of gratitude to those people for their kindness to me in my time of need. After leaving this place I traveled on till I came to the west branch of the Okaw river, which was bank full. There was a company of men who were on their way to California. They had succeeded in getting across by using their wagon bed for a boat and swimming their horses. One of the men told me that there was some place up the stream where a footman could cross, as he had seen a man go up on one side and come down on another. So I went up the stream a short distance and found where two trees had fallen together with their tops in the stream, so I took off my saddle and carried it across. I then took my horse back to the ford and left him with the men while I went up and came down on the other side. The men then started my horse in to swim to me. He swam in twice to the middle of the stream and turned around and went back to the same side. I called to the men to take him higher up the stream where it was not so wide. They did so and when I called him he jumped into the river and swam to me. I went on from there without any incident worth naming, reaching home about eight o'clock the ninth day, very tired. I found my Brother William almost well and was glad to be at home again. I find I am making this story too long, and I will hasten it to a close. I stayed at home that summer and the next and on the 28th of September, 1851, I was married to Miss Charlotte Tyner, daughter of Captain Harris Tyner, one of the pioneers of Indiana. We lived happily together for over two years, when we moved to Hancock County, Illinois. We had not been in the West but a short time when my wife and I were both taken down with fever and she only lived twelve days till she died. This was the severest trial I ever had to bear. I was left in a strange country with no home that I could call my own with two little children, the youngest but little over three months old. I went to my father's and commenced living a very lonesome life. My little children were about all the company I could enjoy. I had plenty of friends who were willing to do all they could for me, but no one could fill the vacant place of wife and mother. So on the 9th day of January, 1855, I was married to Nancy Tyner, a sister to my first wife, and she and I have come down the hill of life together and are now nearing the end of the journey. We have had our seasons of prosperity and adversity, of sunlight and shadow, and in looking back over life I don't know that we have anything more to be sorry for than usually falls to the lot of mortals. We have raised three sons and three daughters to be men and women grown. Four of them are married and have homes of their own, and two of them are still with us. The foregoing was written expressly for my children. Written partly from tradition and partly from memory, and I believe is correct.
LOYAL F. SYMMONDS."
.....xii......NANCY TYNER, b. April 25, 1836, Marion County, Indiana; d. December 14, 1921; m. LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS, January 19, 1855; b. April 12, 1827, Butler County, Ohio; d. November 18, 1904, Hancock County, Illinois.

Notes for LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS:

"Being in the seventieth year of my age, I thought to write a short sketch of the Symmonds family which would perhaps be of interest to some who may come after me. My grandfather John Henry Symmonds came from England prior to the Revolutionary war, and on the breaking out of hostilities between England and America in 1775, he volunteered in the Colonial army for six months, and at the expiration of his term he enlisted in the regular army, where he continued till the close of the war, being in the service seven years, six months and fourteen days. After peace was made he was married to Barbara Castleman and settled in Pennsylvania. After living there a while he moved to Kentucky, but did not stay there long till he moved to what was then called the Norwest Territory, now the State of Ohio, and settled near where the town of Marietta now stands, where he lived and raised his family. I don't know the number of his children nor the order in which they were born, but there was three sons, John, the father of the writer, and Solomon and Joseph. These sons all reached the age of manhood and all served in the second war with Great Britain. My grandfather on my mother's side was what was called a Pennsylvania Dutchman, named Peter Hoffman. He was married in an early day in the State of Virginia to Anna Lyon, and when my mother and twin sister were infants they crossed over the mountains on pack horses and settled in what is now Butler County, Ohio, near where the city of Hamilton now stands. It was there that my father and mother were married and lived till they had a large family of children. In the year 1828 when the writer was the baby of the family they moved to Marion County, Indiana, and settled near where the village of Bridgeport now stands. The country was all covered with heavy timber and being far from market raising and but little to sell it was often very discouraging. There are but few people now who know the drawbacks and disadvantages of living in such a country. At that time we had to haul all our surplus produce to the Ohio river, a distance of eighty miles to the nearest point where we exchanged it for groceries and dry goods and a little money with which to pay taxes. I have seen good wheat sell in our market for twenty-five cents per bushel, while we would have to pay five to six dollars a barrel for salt. A short time before moving from Ohio my oldest sister Mary was married to John A. Weasel, and they moved with us and settled on land adjoining our home, so we still all lived near each other. Not long after moving to Indiana my oldest brother Peter was married to Susan Thompson and built a house and shop on the farm, he being a blacksmith by trade. He did not live there more than two years till he was taken with fever and died, leaving a widow and one child, Franklin Symmonds, whose whereabouts I don't know, but who is now an old man if living. After the marriage of my oldest brother there was still left at home a large family of three girls and seven boys. The girls were all grown and soon married off, Barbara to John Matthews, Anna to John Poland, and Sarah to Llewellen Boles. This left my mother with only a great family of boys and no help only such as the boys could render, and some of them became quite handy about housework. My mother had a daughter and two sons born after settling, in Indiana: Delilah, Jacob and Benjamin. Jacob died in infancy and Benjamin was killed by lightning in the twentieth year of his age. Sister Sarah did not live long after her only child was born. Her son Wilson Boles is now somewhere in Colorado if living,. Sisters Mary and Barbara both raised large families and died at a good old age. Sister Anna also lived to old age. She only raised two children, Margaret Fisher and one son, William Poland. I will now return to the seven brothers who were born in the following order: Isaac, John, James, Samuel, Squire L, William and the writer, who is the seventh son, without any girls between, which according to the Dutch tradition makes me the doctor, by which name I have been called since my earliest recollection. We grew to manhood, used to hard work, were all large men, weighing on an average about 175 pounds, and in such sport as running, jumping and wrestling there could always be found a champion among the Symmonds boys. Our parents were members of the Primitive Baptist Church and maintained a very strict discipline in the family. There was no profanity or roudyism [sic] allowed, for which I have always felt thankful, for when there are so many boys together they are apt to study out a good deal of mischief. We did all our clearing of logs ourselves, rolled our logs ourselves, and I used to think it was a pretty big log that my father and his seven sons could not take up on handspikes and carry. About the year 1843 or 1844 my brother-in-laws, John Weasel, John Poland, and my brother Isaac came west and settled in Adams County, Illinois, near Marcelling. This was some 300 miles from where we lived, and there being no railroads across the country the traveling all had to be done by private conveyance. Our friends wrote back glowing, accounts of the productiveness of the country, which give us all the "West fever," so the family, came out, one family, at a time. John Matthews and brothers John, James and Samuel, so that a majority of the family, were in the west. After so many, of the brothers and sisters had come west my parents became dissatisfied and wanted to follow their children and get their family all in reach of them again, so in the spring of 1853 my father sold his farm and in the following October we all moved to this country. My father bought a small farm with what was then considered a good house, where we often met in friendly visits, but when a family becomes divided into several independent families it is a hard matter to keep them together. Brothers John, James and Samuel moved to Missouri and Brother William back to Indiana, so we were worse scattered than ever. About the year 1861 my mother got a fall, disabling one of her hips, from which hurt she never recovered so as to be able to walk. She lived about five years after being hurt and died on the 9th day of June 1866, being about 78 years old. Some time after the death of my mother my youngest sister Delilah was married to Elder B. R. Warren, and they continued to live with father. She became the mother of a daughter and a son. The son died in infancy and the daughter is now Mrs. John Leppla. In the month of August 1875 Delilah was thrown out of a buggy and badly hurt, from which hurt she never recovered, but died on the 26th of October following. My father continued to live in his own house till his death, which occurred on the '27th day of May, 1872, in the eighty-ninth year of his age. I have now written of the death of all my brothers and sisters and parents, leaving the seven brothers still living. Brother Squire died on the 4th of November, 1895, from kidney and heart trouble, and Brother John died on the 5th of February following, from a complication of diseases. Brother Samuel died on the 15th of July, 1902, from cancer, and Brother James on the 25th of August, 1902, and Brother William on the 30th of April, 1903, so that of all this numerous family they are all gone but myself and Brother Isaac. I will now give just a short sketch of my own life and close this narrative. As I said, my parents settled in the wilds of Indiana when I was but a small child. The days of my childhood and boyhood was spent like other backwoods boys. There were but few schools in the country and what there was were of a very inferior grade. In looking back to that time now I cannot say now that the little schooling that I got ever done me any good, as we were so situated that I could not attend school but a few days at a time. My mother, who was one of the best of women and whose memory I shall ever cherish, taught me to read. She also taught me many good moral lessons which I have tried to keep through life. And so I grew to manhood with but little knowledge of the ways of the world. I was a fair reader and could write a legible hand, but did not know the first rules of arithmetic. This was something that I had to do afterwards in order to be able to do business. In the month of August 1848, 1 went away from home and hired to work on a brickyard for $13.50 a month. I worked seventeen and a half days when I was taken down with fever and had a long spell of sickness. After getting the fever broke I mended very rapidly for about three weeks, when I was caught out in a rain and took the chills, which stayed with me off and on for six months. By this time my system was so run down that it was eleven months from the time I was first taken sick before I was able to do a day's work. In the month of October 1849, Brother Samuel moved West and I came with him. He came in a two-horse wagon with his wife and two children, and I rode on horseback. We were on the road fourteen days. Our trip was without incident worth naming, only at one time we ran out of bread and had a good deal of trouble to get something to eat. We had fallen in company with several families of movers from Virginia and they were all in the same condition for something to eat as ourselves. At length we heard of a "horse mill" about three miles off the road and one man took a horse out of one of their teams and he and I started to mill. When we got there the miller told us he had no flour, but that a man had just left there with a large sack full, so we followed and overtook the man and prevailed in getting him to divide with us. I think I got about fifteen pounds of flour, but the other man went deeper into his sack, he having a larger company to provide for. I spent seven months in Adams and Hancock counties at that time working in the timber making rails. I also helped my brother-in-laws Matthews and Wetzel move their stock from Adams to Hancock County. In the spring I began to make preparations to farm when I received a letter from home stating that my Brother William was down with typhoid fever and they wished me to come home and take charge of the farm. So on the 25th of April 1850 I started on horseback to make the trip of 300 miles to Indianapolis. This was a long lonesome trip. The country was new and what settlers there was were around the edges of the timber, while the roads were just traces across the prairies from ore point of timber to another and but few of the streams were bridged. On the morning of the fourth day I passed through Springfield, then but a small town. It commenced raining about the time I got into town, but I rode on to the village of Rochester, eight miles east of Springfield, when I stopped at a hotel thinking I would wait for better weather. This was Sunday, and the place seemed to be a gathering place for all the roughs in the neighborhood. Some were drinking, some were gambling and swearing and some were so drunk that they hardly knew what they were doing. I stayed there till about three o'clock in the afternoon and still it rained. By this time I was getting very tired of the company, so I told the landlord to get my horse and I would travel on. He insisted that I should stay as it was not a fit day to travel, but I was anxious to get away as I did not think I could find a worse place. Directly I got clear of the town and I commenced trying to find a place to stop, but everyone seemed to have some excuse for not keeping me. So I rode on through the rain for nine miles, when I rode up to a little cabin and asked the man if he could keep me. He said he guessed not as they were not fixed to entertain people. His wife, a large fleshy woman, stood looking over his shoulder. She said, "Let him stay; don't you see that he is as wet as he can be." The man said that if I could put up with their fare he would try to keep me. I told him I could put up with anything if I could get shelter. So I went in while the boys took charge of my horse. He soon had a roaring fire and I took off my heavy overcoat, which was pretty water soaked, and I soon felt comfortable. I look back yet with feelings of gratitude to those people for their kindness to me in my time of need. After leaving this place I traveled on till I came to the west branch of the Okaw river, which was bank full. There was a company of men who were on their way to California. They had succeeded in getting across by using their wagon bed for a boat and swimming their horses. One of the men told me that there was some place up the stream where a footman could cross, as he had seen a man go up on one side and come down on another. So I went up the stream a short distance and found where two trees had fallen together with their tops in the stream, so I took off my saddle and carried it across. I then took my horse back to the ford and left him with the men while I went up and came down on the other side. The men then started my horse in to swim to me. He swam in twice to the middle of the stream and turned around and went back to the same side. I called to the men to take him higher up the stream where it was not so wide. They did so and when I called him he jumped into the river and swam to me. I went on from there without any incident worth naming, reaching home about eight o'clock the ninth day, very tired. I found my Brother William almost well and was glad to be at home again. I find I am making this story too long, and I will hasten it to a close. I stayed at home that summer and the next and on the 28th of September, 1851, I was married to Miss Charlotte Tyner, daughter of Captain Harris Tyner, one of the pioneers of Indiana. We lived happily together for over two years, when we moved to Hancock County, Illinois. We had not been in the West but a short time when my wife and I were both taken down with fever and she only lived twelve days till she died. This was the severest trial I ever had to bear. I was left in a strange country with no home that I could call my own with two little children, the youngest but little over three months old. I went to my father's and commenced living a very lonesome life. My little children were about all the company I could enjoy. I had plenty of friends who were willing to do all they could for me, but no one could fill the vacant place of wife and mother. So on the 9th day of January, 1855, I was married to Nancy Tyner, a sister to my first wife, and she and I have come down the hill of life together and are now nearing the end of the journey. We have had our seasons of prosperity and adversity, of sunlight and shadow, and in looking back over life I don't know that we have anything more to be sorry for than usually falls to the lot of mortals. We have raised three sons and three daughters to be men and women grown. Four of them are married and have homes of their own, and two of them are still with us. The foregoing was written expressly for my children. Written partly from tradition and partly from memory, and I believe is correct.
LOYAL F. SYMMONDS."

119. MARY ANNE TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 13, 1796 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died January 07, 1864 in Fayette County, Indiana. She married WILLIAM MARTIN Abt. 1812 in Indiana, son of GILES MARTIN. He was born Abt. 1786 in Little River, Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died May 04, 1854 in Fayette County, Indiana.

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM MARTIN are:
280......i......MATILDA MARTIN, b. October 01, 1813, Indiana; d. October 02, 1848, Fayette County, Indiana.
281......ii......MALINDA MARTIN, b. March 29, 1818, Fayette County, Indiana; d. June 11, 1886, Lomax, Henderson County, Illinois.
.....iii......SILAS MARTIN, b. Abt. 1829; m. ELIZA F. STONE, February 11, 1850, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....iv......AMOS MARTIN, b. Abt. 1831.
.....v......ELIZA F. MARTIN, b. Abt. 1832.

120. ELIJAH TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 21, 1797 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died February 01, 1872 in Hancock County, Indiana. He married (1) MARTHA MCCUNE April 09, 1818 in Franklin County, Indiana. She was born 1800 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1822. He married (2) MARY NELSON September 08, 1822 in Franklin County, Indiana. She died May 1830. He married (3) SARAH HALBERTADT January 16, 1832 in Franklin County, Indiana. She was born 1808, and died July 06, 1888.

Notes for ELIJAH TYNER:
[p.147] PROGRESSIVE MEN OF IOWA.
Tyner George W., late of Salem, was one of the early settlers of Henry county, and a successful farmer and business man, holding the responsible position at the time of his death, in 1896, of president of the Bank of Salem. He was a native of Indiana, where his parents were among the early pioneers. His father, Elijah Tyner, was born March 21, 1799, on Little river, Abbeyville district, S. C., and was the second son of Rev. William Tyner, a Baptist minister, who removed with his family to Kentucky in 1803, and three years later to the territory of Indiana, locating near where Brookville has since been built. He removed later to Decatur county, where he died. Elijah Tyner took a claim in Hancock county, Ind., at a time when the only roads were Indian trails, although he was not more than fifteen or twenty miles from Indianapolis. Here he kept a small stock of merchandise in a log cabin, and was a merchant all his life, a large part of which was spent on his original claim. At the time of his death, he was a man of wealth, owning over 1,000 acres of land in central Indiana, all in one piece. He was married three times, and George W. was the oldest of the third wife's seven children.
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Elijah and his brother Ezekiel ran a lumber company and general store in Franklin Co, (Brookville) IN until it went broke. Elijah was a farmer in Blue River Township. He planted an orchard in 1822. He became a commercial carrier between settlers and their markets. He was a Whig and a Republican. He and Sally Ann donated land for Shiloh Church. He was a good father and inclined toward the Baptist Church.

See the biographical sketch of his son Elbert Shirk Tyner; it has background on Elijah.

Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Elonzo TYNER ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...33 ...IN ...Farmer ...NC ...IN
Annie TYNER ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...28 ...IN ...Keeping House ...OH ...IN
Bertha TYNER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...6 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Miriam TYNER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...2 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Erving E. TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...7M ...IN ......IN ...IN
Sarah TYNER ...Mother ...W ...Female ...W ...71 ...IN ......MD ...MD
Matilda BANKERT ...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...17 ...IN ...Servant ...--- ...---
Elbert WHITTAKER ...Other ...S ...Male ...W ...21 ...NC ...Farm Laborer ...NC ...NC
...Census Place...Blue River, Hancock, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254282
...NA Film Number ...T9-0282
...Page Number ...192B

Notes for SARAH HALBERTADT:
THE DAILY REPUBLICAN
Friday Evening, July 6, 1888
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Mrs. Sarah A. Tyner, widow of the late Elijah Tyner, of Hancock county, died on Friday of congestion of the lungs and heart. She was eighty years of age and has made her home for the last ten years with her son, Elbert Tyner, of Greenfield. She was an old resident of Hancock county, her husband having entered a large tract of land in that county, on which they spent most of their lives.

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and MARTHA MCCUNE are:
282......i......WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER, b. May 31, 1819, Franklin County, Indiana; d. January 31, 1902, Hanover Township, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....ii......ELIZA ANN TYNER, b. Abt. 1821.

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and MARY NELSON are:
.....iii......CHARLOTTE TYNER, b. 1823; m. ABRAHAM C. MILLER.
283......iv......MARY JANE TYNER, b. October 1825, Franklin County, Indiana; d. December 15, 1919, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
.....v......MARTHA ANN TYNER, b. 1827, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1886; m. JOSEPH A. KEITH.
.....vi......ROBERT NELSON TYNER, b. 1829; m. MARGARET SMITH.

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and SARAH HALBERTADT are:
284......vii......GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER, b. December 03, 1832, Hancock County, Indiana; d. August 19, 1896.
.....viii......JOHN HENRY TYNER, b. 1835.
.....ix......OLIVER NELSON TYNER, b. 1838, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1864.
.....x......JAMES MONROE TYNER, b. 1840; d. 1902; m. (1) FANNIE M. WHETZEL; m. (2) EMMA E. LUDLOW.
.....xi......ELBERT SHIRK TYNER, b. 1843, Hancock County, Indiana; d. 1902; m. PEARL E. UPDEGRAFF.

Notes for ELBERT SHIRK TYNER:
Transcribed from Biographical Memoirs of Hancock County B. F. Bowen, Publisher, Logansport, Indiana, 1902 Pages 366-369.
ELBERT SHIRK TYNER
.....Among the prominent men of Hancock county who have achieved success and distinction by the alchemy of business, the gentleman whose biography is herewith presented is entitled to much more than passing notice. He has long ranked among the progressive men of this part of the state and business circles here and elsewhere have felt the impress of his personality and this city of Greenfield in many ways has profited by his presence and honorable dealings. Such men as he add strength and tone to the body politic and as potential factors in the world of business the community is promoted and the benefits thus accruing affect directly or indirectly every individual living therein.
.....The Tyner family, of which the subject is a creditable representative, had its American origin in the old commonwealth of North Carolina. Many years ago there was born in that state on Richard Tyner, who when a young man entered the ministry and became a well-known and successful preacher of the gospel in North Carolina and elsewhere. In an early day he moved his family to Brookville, Indiana, at that time a mere backwoods hamlet, and, purchasing government land near the town, cleared and developed a farm. He was one of the first men to declare publicly the gospel in eastern Indiana and his influence on the early settlements was marked and salutary. He close his life work where he originally settled, and the bodies of himself and wife have long since mouldered into the dreamless dust of another earth.
.....Among the children of Rev. Richard Tyner was a son by the name of Elijah, whose birth occurred in North Carolina in the year 1800. He accompanied his parents to the wilds of Indiana and in young manhood married April 17, 1819, Miss Martha McCune. According to most reliable information, his arrival here was antedated by that of only a few dozen people. He cut a road from Shelbyville to what is now Blue River township, Hancock county, seven miles southeast of Greenfield and on the line between Hancock and Shelby counties, and after selecting a location, erected a small cabin and began clearing the timber for one of the first orchards ever planted in this part of the state. His house was isolated and many travelers passing through the country on tours of observation found within its walls a generous hospitality which husband and wife knew how to dispense. After a short time, in 1826, Elijah Tyner purchased a small stock of dry goods and groceries, which he offered for sale at his cabin, this beyond doubt being the first store opened in the county of Hancock. As years went by he purchased considerable land, which, advancing in value as population increased made him one of the wealthiest men in his section of the country. At one time he owned one thousand acres, much of which he had improved. His mercantile venture was highly prized by the settlers throughout a large area of surrounding territory. In connection with general farming, Elijah Tyner dealt quite extensively in hogs, cattle and all kinds of live stock, by means of which his fortune was greatly augmented. He was enterprising and progressive in all the terms imply and became not only a successful man from a worldly point of view, but was a leader in all public affairs. He was a local politician of considerable reputation, first as a Whig and later as a Republican, but he never sought official preferment for himself. In an early day he assisted to organize and operate the Richard Tyner Slaughtering Company at Brookville, which proved a very successful enterprise until similar industries were established in the larger cities. During the late rebellion Mr. Tyner was an enthusiastic and untiring supporter of the Union. While the soldiers were at the front battling for the flag, he looked after many of the families with a fatherly interest, supplying them with the necessities of life when such were needed and providing the children with clothing and other articles calculated to render their condition comfortable. He was a man of large heart and generous impulses and doubtless gave away in charity sufficient to have made many a man independent. The death of this good man and honorable citizen occurred in 1872 and the community mourned his loss as that of a philanthropist and true lover of his kind.
.....Elijah Tyner was three times married, his first marriage, already noted, resulting in the birth of one son, William, late a farmer of Shelby county, who died in March, 1902. His second wife was Miss Mary Nelson, who bore him four children: Charlotte, widow of the late A. C. Miller, of Missouri; Mary J., widow of Jacob Wolf, of Marion county, Indiana; Martha A. married Joseph A. Keith and both are deceased, and Nelson, who is a contractor and builder in Austin, Texas.
.....Mr. Tyner chose for his third companion Miss Sarah A. Halberstatt, who became the mother of children as follows: George W., deceased, formerly president of the State Bank at Salem, Iowa, also a prominent farmer and stockraiser with large landed interests near the city of Mt. Pleasant, that state; John H. is a merchant at Concordia, Kansas; Oliver H., a solider in the Civil war, member of Company A, Third Indian Battery, was killed in battle at Camden, Arkansas, in the year 1864; James M., late proprietor of a hotel at Morristown, Indiana, who died May 31, 1902., and Elbert, the subject of this review; Alonzo, a farmer and gardener of Center township, this county, and Missouri, who died young. The mother of these children survived her husband nine years, departing this life in 1881.
.....Elbert Shirk Tyner was born on the old Tyner homestead in Blue River township, December 7 1843. Being one of the youngest of the family, he remained with his parents until his twenty-eighth year, looking after their interests and managing his father’s business affairs, including the store which had been conducted until 1870. When a boy he attended the common schools and made the most of his limited opportunities, but his education is largely of a practical nature obtained later in life by coming in contact with men of the world in various business transactions.
.....He managed the business until 1873, at which time he went to Morristown, where for a period of nine years he conducted a livery stable in connection with the hardware and drug trade. While this engaged he also dealt quite extensively in livestock and, realizing that money could be made more rapidly in this than in almost any other way, finally disposed of his other enterprises and found a larger and more inviting field at the county seat.
.....Since moving to Greenfield in 1882 Mr. Tyner has carried on a large and lucrative live-stock business, buying extensively throughout Hancock and adjacent counties and shipping to the eastern markets. He has a wonderful capacity for large transactions and his keen judgment, tact and wise forethought have seldom been at fault in any of the dealing in which he has been engaged. His knowledge of human nature appears to be intuitive, but, strengthened and polished by contact with some of the shrewdest and most successful men in the country, it has been educated to such a degree that failure in anything he undertakes is next to impossible.
.....Mr. Tyner is an able financier and making money seems to be one of his natural endowments. Success has crowned all of his enterprises, especially the one to which he now devotes his time and energies, and the large fortune which is his has been earned by clearly defined and recognized legitimate methods. He possesses some fine property in both city and country, among the latter being the fine farm of two hundred and twenty acres in Blue River township, and which was a part of his father’s estate and is one of the best improved and most valuable places in the county.
.....Mr. Tyner was married October 23, 1872, in Shelbyville, Indiana, to Miss Pearl E. Updegraff, a native of Johnson county, this state, and his beautiful and well appointed home in Greenfield is one of the most attractive residences of which the city can boast. In addition to his career as a business man, Mr. Tyner had over a year’s experience as a soldier; he enlisted in Company C., One Hundred and Forty-eighth Indiana Infantry, in 1864, and served with a creditable record until discharged in 1865. Going to the front in the last year of the war, he did not see as much active service as some, yet his record is replete with duty well and faithfully performed. Fraternally, he holds membership with the Masonic brotherhood in which he has taken a number of degrees, including those of chapter and Knight Templar. He belongs to Blue Lodge No. 101, Chapter No. 96 and Commandery No. 39,. All of which meet in the city of Greenfield. He is also connected with the Dunbar Post, G. A. R.
.....Mr. Tyner is justly regarded as one who has done much towards developing the material interest of Greenfield and Hancock county and is perhaps the superior of the great majority of his fellow citizens in all the elements that constitute the successful man of business. He is adapted by nature and training to inaugurate and carry to completion large enterprises and the impress of his strong personality has been felt in all that concerns the growth of the city and county since he entered upon his active career. By no means an old man, he is looked upon as one of the most useful in Greenfield, noted for his genial manner, pleasing presence and open-handed generosity. He has many warm friends and is altogether quite popular and taking a lively interest in public and political affairs. He could never be induced to stand for office, preferring the claims of business and the happiness and content that come to the private citizen to honor which his fellow citizens can confer. While earnest and progressive in worldly affairs, he has not been unmindful of the high duties which man owes to his Maker.
.....Both he and wife are attendants of the Methodist Episcopal church of Greenfield, living lives consistent with their religious views and supporting liberally the gospel at home and abroad. After losing their only son in early childhood, Mr. and Mrs. Tyner extended the comforts of home and parental attention to two homeless children who found with them all the advantages conferred upon children in their own homes. They are K. M. Stalard, now the wife of John Felt, of the city of St. Joseph, Missouri, and Joseph Turner, who is now deceased.
285......xii......ALONZO TYNER, b. 1847, Indiana.
.....xiii......MISSOURI TYNER, b. 1849; d. 1862.

121. RICHARD TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 03, 1798, and died April 02, 1868 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana. He married MARTHA SEDWICK WILLIS SWIFT NOBLE October 15, 1823 in Bellville, Campbell County, Kentucky. She was born 1798 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died 1864.

Notes for RICHARD TYNER:
http://www.tyner.org/html/history.html
Tyner A Nice Place To Live
..... Years ago, Tyner was a small but bustling railroad community with more than a hint of promise. But now, one might call it the town that never really was.
..... The land was in the name of Samuel Miller, who deeded it to Thomas Tyner on the 4th day of July 1855. Originally named Tyner City, the town was platted in 1855, by Jacob Miller, Maynard Miller and Thomas Tyner(for whom the town was named).Thomas Tyner was a brother of James N Tyner who was Postmaster General under Ullysses S Grant's administration. He was county commissioner during the Civil War. He also was president of the old I.P. & C. railroad that ran from Laporte to Plymouth.
..... Tyner is about seven miles northwest of Plymouth and was the chief business and school center of Polk Township. The town was established along the Plymouth & Laporte railroad, then being built and which was completed the next year. This is now part of the Nickel Plate system. The Tyner station was discontinued in about 1934, and the building was moved and transformed into a house which is still occupied today. Tyner City reportedly had the first county railroad station to hear a conductor's call of "all aboard".
..... The early settlers of Polk Township were deeply interested in the cause of education. This early longing for knowledge and advancement was no doubt the inspiration of one of the early school masters who taught in Tyner about 1865-1870. This man, Professor James G McGraw, was an outstanding personality whose reputation and ability as a scholar and instructor was far reaching. It is said that U.S. Senator Nickolson of Illinois, hearing of this man's fame journeyed to Tyner to secure his services as an instructor in Illinois, but could not persuade him to leave because he had other plans and ambitions.
..... It is not generally known to the younger generation, but this early schoolmaster and Mr. Thomas Tyner had formulated plans to found a university near the site of the former H.J. Heinz pickle factory. It was about the time that Valparaiso University was founded by Henry Baker Brown and this, together with the death of Professor McGraw, caused the plans to be abandoned.
..... The Tyner City Post Office was established September 11th, 1856 with Consider Cushman being appointed the first postmaster.
..... Tyner City was incorporated as a town in 1873, according to an early newspaper article, as the result of a fued between the towns people and the people outside the town. The fued was carried to such an extent that no resident of the town could be elected to a township office. The incorporation allowed the town to elect a justice of the peace, and within a few years the warring elements subsided and the corporation was dissolved after the November 29, 1879 election and has remained so ever since.
..... Thomas Tyner died Oct 18, 1880, and thus the county lost one of its most respected and honored citizens. He is credited with assisting in moving the archives of the state government to Indianapolis from Corydon, after the capitol was established there.
..... The town name was changed to just Tyner on July 10th, 1894. An article in a local paper describes the free movie as drawing crowds to Tyner."The largest
crowd in the annals of Tyner's history gathered in the town open-air theatre to witness the miracle picture, "The Healer". The picture was shown on a silver screen erected on the green grassy lawn in the beautiful park which surrounded the town's City Hall. No actual count was taken, but it was estimated there were no fewer than 200 cars and from 700 to 900 people. The free movies were shown every Monday night, and were sponsored by the Tyner Chamber of Commerce. Judging from the license plates on some of the cars which visited the performance, the fame of these events had become nationwide, because there were cars from many states of the union."
..... In its early history, Tyner boasted a wooden pump factory, a stave factory, two copper shops, a blacksmith shop, a coffin factory, and two brick kilns. There was a cider mill, a pickle factory, a telephone company, and a bank in town. Tyner had a good little bank from 1920 to 1930. It opened June 19th, 1920 and had capital of $25,000, and was named Farmers State Bank. Stockholders were mostly citizens living in Polk Township. Albert Burke, township trustee was chosen president; Carl Wolff vice-president; and Charles Miller cashier. Other organizers were Charles Powell, Earl Bennett, John Johnson, E.O. Samuelson and Dr. A.A. Thompson. The bank operated for ten years and in 1930 due to the financial depression of the time was closed for voluntary liquidation. No depositor lost a dollar.
..... Tyner also had two hotels, a hardware and lumber company, not to mention that our town was referred to as the great 'Huckleberry Emporium of Marshall County'. The first school was built on Main St, and later a new school was built at the corner of Walnut and French Streets, which was in operation as a high school until 1966. It remained open for grades 4 and 5 through the 1973 school year.
..... The Tyner of later years, mainly from 1950 thru the late 1960's(my era), had two grocery stores, a hardware & lumber company, a garage, an elevator, a barber shop and printing office, two churches, and a restaurant for a short time. We had our own local doctor. The Tyner I.O.O.F. occupied the old post office building until the early 1970's when the new lodge was built.
..... Present day businesses are the post office, a grocery/video store, a lamp shop, a garage, a beauty parlor, and our Polk Township Volunteer Fire Department. One church remains today, the Tyner United Methodist.
..... Unfortunately, the lamp shop closed in 1996. It will be missed.
..... The leather and lace beauty shop closed in 1998.

Children of RICHARD TYNER and MARTHA NOBLE are:
286......i......JAMES NOBLE TYNER, b. January 17, 1826, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. December 05, 1904, Washington D.C..
.....ii......EDWARD TYNER, b. 1827, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....iii......WILLIAM W. TYNER, b. 1828.
.....iv......MISSOURI TYNER, b. 1830.
.....v......RICHARD HENRY TYNER, b. 1831, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1907; m. ANNA MILLER; d. 1900.
.....vi......LOUISIANA TYNER, b. 1836.
.....vii......LEVINIA TYNER, b. 1837.
.....viii......NOAH NOBLE TYNER, b. 1840.
.....ix......MARY TYNER, b. 1842.
.....x......GEORGE NOBLE TYNER, b. 1849.

122. JOHN N. TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 18, 1800 in Little River, Abbeville, South Carolina, and died February 04, 1871 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana. He married NANCY SAILORS September 08, 1818 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, daughter of JACOB SAILORS and NANCY LACY. She was born December 10, 1799 in Little River, Horry Co, South Carolina, and died August 31, 1876 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for JOHN N. TYNER:
John Tyner served as a Colonel in the 47th Regiment Indiana Militia.

Children of JOHN TYNER and NANCY SAILORS are:
287......i......JACOB TYNER, b. July 18, 1819, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. August 10, 1901, Wabash County, Indiana.
288......ii......WILLIAM S. TYNER, b. September 23, 1820, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. August 30, 1896, Curtisville, Tipton County, Indiana.
289......iii......ELIJAH TYNER, b. March 29, 1822, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. 1876.
290......iv......RICHARD TYNER, b. August 17, 1823, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. August 21, 1898, Chester Township, Wabash County, Indiana.
291......v......JOHN N. TYNER, b. December 23, 1825, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. May 25, 1851.
292......vi......LEWIS JACKSON TYNER, b. December 23, 1825, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. August 22, 1916, Wabash County, Indiana.
293......vii......BEVERLY WARD TYNER, b. August 15, 1827, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. January 08, 1906, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana.

123. MELINDA TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 21, 1802 in Georgetown, Scott Co, Kentucky, and died October 17, 1879 in Decatur County, Indiana. She married ABNER STOUT, son of JOB STOUT and RHONDA HOWELL. He was born August 23, 1797 in Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1879.

Children of MELINDA TYNER and ABNER STOUT are:
.....i......ELIZABETH STOUT, b. 1823.
.....ii......MARGARET STOUT, b. 1825; m. STEPHEN GAPEN; d. 1890.
.....iii......MARTHA STOUT, b. 1828.
.....iv......MARY STOUT, b. 1830.
.....v......RACHEL STOUT, b. 1833; d. 1909.
.....vi......NANCY STOUT, b. 1837.
.....vii......OLIVER HACKMAN STOUT, b. 1842.
.....viii......SARAH F. STOUT, b. 1848.

124. SOLOMON TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 13, 1805 in Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky, and died October 08, 1830 in Franklin County, Indiana. He married MARY ELEANOR LONGACHER September 21, 1826 in Franklin County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1808 in Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky.

Notes for SOLOMON TYNER:
rrtyner at webzone.net on 8/24/99:
Jane,
Sorry to bother you. My name's Roy Tyner. I believe that William & Elizabeth are my gggg-grandparents. I'm having a tough time, though, documenting one of their sons, Solomon, b. 01/13/1805, d. 10/8/1830. Allegedly Solomon is my ggg-grandfather but I have no proof of his children. Might you have any information on Solomon? Thanks in advance for any help, Roy

http://www1.mwc.edu/hipr/www/inventories/franklin/tyner.sol

1830 Franklin Co IN Noble TWP FM 19 Roll 27 Vol 2
Soloman Tyner
2 M under 5
1 M 20 to 30
1 F 20 to 30
1 F 60 to 70

Franklin County Inventories
Page 128-129
August Term A.D. 1832
A list of the personal property of the estate of Solomon Tyner deceased, appraised by Richard Tyner and John Hackleman, Nov. 1, 1830

1 bedstead & bedding................................ 10.50
1 bed..do............................................13.00
4 sheets..............................................1.50
table ware including knives, forks, plates, buckets &C4.25
1 fire shovel........................................ 1.00
1 set of chairs...................................... 3.00
kettle, skillet, oven & tea kettle....................3.00
1 lot deer skins...................................... .62˝
1 drawing knife.........................................50
tray & ˝ bushel.........................................19
1 lot of flax........................................ 1.00
peaches & apples...................................... .88
1 lot shoe tools......................................1.00
1 do leather.......................................... .62˝
1 side saddle & bridle.............................. 10.00
1 table.............................................. 3.00
wool rolls & yarn.................................... 4.00
13 yds mixed flannel..................................6.50
chest & clothing......................................5.00
1 great coat..........................................4.00
1 meat tub............................................ .25
1 old saddle & bridle................................ 2.00
1 double & 2 single trees............................ 1.62
bull plough irons.................................... 2.00
shovel plough & clevis................................1.75
1 lot horse shoes.......................................50
1 wagon & harnefs....................................95.00
1 sett gears..........................................3.00
1 backband & hip straps.............................. 2.00
2 back bands.......................................... .37
2 blind bridles...................................... 1.50
1 do do.............................................. 2.50
3 linen bages...........................................62
1 axe................................................ 1.50
1 sow & 8 pigs........................................2.00
1 sow & 9 pigs........................................4.25
5 fat hogs.......................................... 11.00
1 stack hay.......................................... 5.00
1 do oats............................................ 5.00
1 black mare........................................ 35.00
1 sorrel mare........................................50.00
1 black horse colt.................................. 25.00
1 grey horse colt....................................25.00
1 bay mare do........................................18.00
1 white cow.......................................... 7.00
1 red do............................................ 10.00
2 calves..............................................2.75
27 fat hogs........................................ 101.25
2 small pigs.......................................... .50
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3 vols corn standing in the field....................12.24
1 bee gum...............................................50
1 keg...................................................50
1 wash board.......................................... .25
9 sheep.............................................. 7.50
total.............................................. 510.91
. . .Personally came Richard Tyner & John Hackleman appraisers duly appointed by William Tyner & Mary Tyner administrator and administratrix of the estate of Solomon Tyner late of said County deceased, who being duly sworn as by law required on their oaths say that the above list of personal property was by them appraised on the 1st day of November 1830 at the late residence of said
deceased and that said list contains all & every article of personal property shown them by said administrator and administratrix as belonging to said estate. And depondents also say that the prices by them affixed to each item in the above list is in their opinions the true value of the same and that the said sum of $510.91 is in their unbiased opinions the true cash value of all said property so as aforesaid appraised by them and further these depondents say not.
R. Tyner
John Hackleman
3rd November 1830

Brookville, Franklin Co IN courthouse from Probate Book B., p. 71: "Solomon Tyner d. before 26 Oct 1830 when William Tyner and Mary Tyner were appointed administrators of his estate -- no will. (note -- these must be his father and wife, Mary Longacre.)

Probate Order Book B., p. 242 -- Nov term 1832 -- William Tyner appointed guardian of infant heirs of Solomon Tyner, viz. William Harris Tyner, aged 5 years August last, and Isaac John Tyner, aged 3 years January last, Richard Tyner security on bond."

Index of Indiana Marriages to 1850 shows date of marriage of Solomon Tyner and Mary Longacre (note spelling) as 9-21-1826 in Franklin County.

Children of SOLOMON TYNER and MARY LONGACHER are:
294......i......WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER, b. August 01, 1827, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1914, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.
295......ii......ISAAC JOHN TYNER, b. January 20, 1829, Franklin County, Indiana; d. April 23, 1902, Indiana.

125. EZEKIEL TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 04, 1806 in Cedar Grove, Highland Township, Franklin County, Indiana, and died January 21, 1879 in Morristown, Hancock County, Indiana. He married SARAH MEEKS May 31, 1838 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana. She was born September 05, 1818 in New York, and died July 15, 1899 in Morristown, Shelby County, Indiana.

Notes for EZEKIEL TYNER:
Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Sarah TYNER ...Self ...W ...Female ...W ...61 ...OH ...Keeping House ...NY ...NJ
Joseph TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...32 ...IN ...Laborer ...IN ...OH
Frank TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...27 ...IN ...Farmer ...IN ...OH
Chester TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...24 ...IN ...Farm Laborer ...IN ...OH
Ada TYNER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...19 ...IN ...At Home ...IN ...OH
Elsie PARVIS ...Other ...M ...Female ...W ...23 ...IN ...Servant ...IN ...IN
Louie M. PARVIS ...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...10M ...IN ......IN ...IN
Jefferson BEHER ...Other ...S ...Male ...W ...12 ...IN ...Laborer ...IN ...IN
...Census Place...Blue River, Hancock, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254282
...NA Film Number ...T9-0282
...Page Number ...193C

Children of EZEKIEL TYNER and SARAH MEEKS are:
296......i......ALPHEUS TYNER, b. November 04, 1840, Shelby County, Indiana; d. February 10, 1904, Morristown, Shelby County, Indiana.
.....ii......MARY TYNER, b. 1841, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1862.
297......iii......HENRY CLAY TYNER, b. September 10, 1842, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. November 15, 1926, Waukomis, Garvin Co, Oklahoma.
.....iv......JOSEPH MEEKS TYNER, b. 1844, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1933.
.....v......ELLEN TYNER, b. 1845, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1925; m. DANIEL WHITE; b. 1845, Hancock County, Indiana; d. 1920.
.....vi......DENZELL TYNER, b. 1848, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1855.
.....vii......EMMA TYNER, b. 1850, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1889; m. LEROY MILLER.
.....viii......FRANK TYNER, b. 1853, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1928.
.....ix......CHESTER TYNER, b. 1856, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. 1917; m. (1) MINNIE SPURRIER; d. 1892; m. (2) EDITH P. GATES; d. 1916.
.....x......ADRIANA TYNER, b. October 17, 1860, Blue River Farm, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana; d. July 05, 1949, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California; m. ZACHARIA TAYLOR BOICOURT; b. 1848, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana; d. 1934.

126. SILAS TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 01, 1808 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, and died April 06, 1853 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio. He married HANNAH W. BENT. She was born 1810 in Brookfield, Franklin County, Indiana.

Children of SILAS TYNER and HANNAH BENT are:
.....i......ANNA MARIA TYNER, b. 1848; d. 1849.
.....ii......BLANCHARD TYNER.

127. JANE TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 21, 1813 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, and died August 15, 1861. She married REUBEN CHILDERS March 19, 1835 in Franklin County, Indiana. He was born 1813 in Brookfield, Franklin County, Indiana.

Children of JANE TYNER and REUBEN CHILDERS are:
.....i......MARTHA A. CHILDERS, b. Abt. 1838.
298......ii......SARAH J. CHILDERS, b. September 12, 1841; d. January 29, 1877, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....iii......MARY J. CHILDERS, b. Abt. 1844.
.....iv......NANCY CHILDERS, b. Abt. 1845.
299......v......EMELINE CHILDERS, b. November 09, 1846; d. March 03, 1882, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....vi......ZACHARY T. CHILDERS, b. Abt. 1848.
.....vii......GEORGE W. CHILDERS, b. Abt. 1853.
.....viii......THOMAS H. CHILDERS, b. Abt. 1858, Tipton County, Indiana; d. August 21, 1860, Tipton County, Indiana.

128. NANCY TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 30, 1815 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, and died August 15, 1861 in Clinton County, Indiana. She married JOHN MERRICK July 22, 1841 in Decatur County, Indiana. He was born 1815 in Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

Children of NANCY TYNER and JOHN MERRICK are:
.....i......OSCAR MERRICK, b. 1843, Brookfield, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....ii......JOHN A. MERRICK, b. 1848, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....iii......INDIANA MERRICK, b. 1850, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....iv......MARTHA M. MERRICK, b. 1852, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....v......GEORGE W. MERRICK, b. 1857, Clinton County, Indiana.

129. ELIZABETH TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 08, 1819 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, and died September 27, 1864 in Decatur County, Indiana. She married CHARLES LEFFORGE November 16, 1838 in Decatur County, Indiana, son of JOHN LAFORGE and MARY SMITH. He was born September 03, 1819 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, and died December 13, 1876.

Notes for CHARLES LEFFORGE:
James Wilkinson on Genform 3/16/00
…..More about the Indiana Lefforges (spelled LaForge, LaForch and De LaForge on various papers I have). Lefforge is the Americanized spelling and Laforge is the original French spelling, the others are unknown to me.
…..Melinda Lefforge Wilkinson was my great-grandmother.
…..I can confirm dates of the Lefforges on J.M. Hensley's Posting. The Name spelling differs some as I have John L. Lefforge and Mary L. Smith Lefforge Family Bible, KJV, published by H.C. Carey & I. Lea, Philadelphia, dtd 1822, pages 677-679.
…..In my research, John L. Lefforge was born (4/16/1776) in France and was orphaned, (they may have been a Huguenots, victims of that era) adopted by a German couple who brought him to America. He was member of the German Reform Church. The first location I have is Alexandria Township, Hunterdon, NJ. He married Mary L Smith on 8/9/1792 in Hunterdon Co. They moved to some where near Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. before 1817. He died 4/11/1834 in Brookville. Mary died 7/1/1865 in Decatur Co, IN.
.John L. and Mary Smith Lefforge's Children…
Celia b 5/23/1793, Hunterdon Co. NJ, d 8/12/1854, Rush Co, IN. m Jene "Jesse" Winship 11/4/1818
John L. Jr. b 1/3/1796, Hunterdon Co. NJ, d 4/6/1886, Noble, Rush Co. IN. m Sarah Lyons 1829, then Harriette Herndon
Jacob L. b 3/24/1798, NJ, d 4/30/1853, Cincinnati OH., m Catherine "Katie" Hartman, 6/18/1820 in Brookville, Franklin Co. IN.
Sarah "Sary" J. b 4/22/1802, d 11/11/1848, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. m Thomas Shanks 10/15/1820
Mary Jane b 6/7/1805, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. d 9/7/1892, Salt Creek, IN. m Reuben Haukins (Hawkins) 2/2/1823 in Cedar Grove, Franklin Co. IN.
Alexander b 12/14/1809, d 10/12/1824
William b 7/25/1811 d abt 1868, m Eliza Wythe 9/25/1830, then Jane Tinebrook
Lewis I b 2/5/1817, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN., d 3/11/1902 Westboro, MO. M Hanna Hall 3/11/1838 in Indiana.
Charles b 7/32/1819, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN., d 12/13/1876 m Elizabeth Tyner, 11/16/1838, Decatur Co. IN (my 3th Great Grandparents) Both buried in Hoover Hill Cemetery, Westport, Decatur Co., IN.
Elizabeth Tyner's father William Tyner was the first protestant minister in the Indian territory as Indiana was then in 1804. He started a church in Cedar Grove, Franklin Co. IN. called the Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church in 1812. It still stands today as historical site. He married most of the settlers in that area historian's have told me.
Charles and Elizabeth Tyner Lefforge's Children…
William b 10/3/1839
Hannah Lewis b 12/16/1840 buried in Hoover Hill Cemetery, Westport, Decatur Co., IN
Missouri Jane b 4/16/1843 m Mr. Branham 4/6/1871, then David Johnson
Martha Bishop b 12/11/1844
Mary b 12/18/1847, died 12/14/1848 buried in Hoover Hill Cemetery, Westport, Decatur Co., IN
Lewis Jasper b 1/18/1849
Melinda b 1/18/1851, Decatur Co. IN. d 10/9/1927 Boise ID, m John Baxter Wilkinson 1/18/1877 Decatur Co. IN (my great Grandparents)
John b 2/22/1853
Barthena Runyan b 9/6/1854
George W. b 1/11/1856
Jane Elizabeth b 11/22/1857
Nancy Ann b 4/27/1860
Charles O. 9/24/1862
Does anyone have info for my blank areas? Also looking for Wilkinson connections in Ohio.
James Wilkinson on Genforum.com

Children of ELIZABETH TYNER and CHARLES LEFFORGE are:
.....i......MARY LEFFORGE, b. 1839.
.....ii......MARTHA LEFFORGE, b. 1840.
.....iii......WILLIAM LEFFORGE, b. 1841.
.....iv......BARTEHENA LEFFORGE, b. 1841.
.....v......HANNAH LEFFORGE, d. 1864.
.....vi......MISSOURI LEFFORGE, m. ? BISHOP.
.....vii......LEWIS J. LEFFORGE, b. 1848; m. NANCY UPDIKE.
.....viii......MELINDA LEFFORGE, b. 1850.
.....ix......JOHN M. LEFFORGE, b. 1852; d. 1884; m. NANCY WEBB.
.....x......GEORGE W. LEFFORGE, b. 1854.
.....xi......JANE E. LEFFORGE, b. 1858.
.....xii......NANCY ANN LEFFORGE, b. 1860.
.....xiii......CHARLES O. LEFFORGE, b. 1861.

130. WILLIAM JASPER TYNER (WILLIAM DOVER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 12, 1822 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, and died July 04, 1900 in Tipton County, Indiana. He married (1) NANCY JANE CALLAHAN August 28, 1842 in Decatur County, Indiana. He married (2) MARGARET JANE HAMILTON October 06, 1842 in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana. She was born August 27, 1824 in Scott County, Kentucky, and died 1926.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and MARGARET HAMILTON are:
.....i......LOUISIANA TYNER, b. Abt. 1845; m. ELIJAH SMYSER, April 05, 1888, Tipton County, Indiana.
300......ii......CHARLES RUDOLPHUS TYNER, b. Abt. 1847.
301......iii......JOHN A. TYNER, b. Abt. 1849; d. Bef. 1900.
302......iv......JUDITH E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1854.
.....v......NANCY E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1856; m. ALLEN F. NEWLON, December 27, 1882, Tipton County, Indiana.
303......vi......MINERVA JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1851.
.....vii......ERA E. TYNER, m. TRAIN C. ROMACK, September 23, 1885, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....viii......MELINDA FLORENCE TYNER, b. Abt. 1864; m. EMORY SMYSER, December 28, 1889, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....ix......WILSON T. TYNER, b. Abt. 1862; m. CLARA D. LEE, September 23, 1885, Tipton County, Indiana.

 


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