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


by Jane A. Leavell

GENERATION NO. 6, Part 1

61. JOHN PEARCE TYNER (ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1792 in Georgetown District, South Carolina, USA, and died Aft. 1860 in Marion County, Mississippi, USA. He married MARTHA ELIZABETH SONES Abt. 1813 in Sumter District, South Carolina, USA, daughter of HENRY SONES and FABIA ?. She was born Abt. 1787 in Sumter District, South Carolina, USA, and died Aft. 1880 in Covington County, Mississippi, USA.

Children of JOHN TYNER and MARTHA SONES are:
185.....i.....SARA ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1814, Sumter District, South Carolina, USA; d. Aft. 1880, Covington County, Mississippi, USA.
186.....ii.....MARY ANN TYNER, b. Abt. 1815, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; d. August 03, 1879.
187.....iii.....JOHN PIERCE TYNER, b. Abt. 1816, Marion County, Mississippi, USA; d. March 1878, Marion County, Mississippi, USA.
188.....iv.....RANSOM CLAUDIUS TYNER, b. Abt. 1820, North Carolina, USA; d. November 09, 1861, Meadow Bluff, Virginia, USA.
.....v.....AMANDA ROBERT TYNER, b. Abt. 1829; d. Abt. 1900; m. (1) BENJAMIN LOWE, January 19, 1850, Marion County, Mississippi, USA; m. (2) WILLIAM HENRY LUPER, February 11, 1860, Marion County, Mississippi, USA. An Amanda Luper, possibly her daughter, appears in 1880 census with her brother James Marion Tyner.
.....vi.....HENRY ARTHUR TYNER, b. Abt. 1828, Marion County, Mississippi, USA; d. June 1849.
189.....vii.....JAMES MARION TYNER, b. Abt. 1831, Marion County, Mississippi, USA; d. Bef. 1900.

62. JAMES TYNER (ARTHUR PEARCE , BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1804 in South Carolina. He married MARY ? Abt. 1830 in Wayne County, Mississippi.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: David Magee Mill, Washington, Louisiana; Roll: 473; Family History Film: 1254473; Page: 151C; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 0653. June 2, 1880.
James L. Tyner...32...MS, SC, MS...farmer
Louisa G. Tyner...23...MS, MS, LA
Francis H. Tyner...6...LA, MS, MS
John D. Tyner...3...LA, MS, MS
Mary J. Tyner...1...LA, MS, MS
Mary E. Tyner...56....MS, SC, SC...widowed...mother
Joseph M. Tyner...27...MS, SC, MS...works on farm...brother
William S. Tyner...22...MS, SC, MS...works on farm...brother
next door to:
Thomas J. Tyner...40...MS, SC, MS...shoemaker
Mary Ann Tyner...41...MS, MS, MS...wife
Sarah F. Tyner...15...MS, MS, MS...dau
James W. Tyner...11...MS, MS, MS...son
Emma Tyner...9...MS, MS, MS...dau
Caroline Tyner...7...MS, MS, MS...dau
Laura Tyner...5...MS, MS, MS...dau
Johnny Tyner...3...MS, MS, MS...dau
Martha Tyner...1 m..LA, MS, MS...dau...born May
Mary Tyner...1 m...LA, MS, MS...dau...born May

Children of JAMES TYNER and MARY ? include:
190.....i......EMALINE TYNER, b. Abt. 1828.
191.....ii.....MARTHA J. TYNER, b. Abt. 1829, Wayne County, Mississippi.
.....iii.....JESSE TYNER, b. abt 1832 Mississippi.
.....iv.....MARGARET TYNER, b. abt. 1836, Mississippi.
192.....v.....THOMAS J. TYNER, b. abt 1838, Mississippi. 193.....vi.....SUSAN TYNER, b. Abt. 1839, Mississippi.
.....vii.....SARAH TYNER, b. abt. 1840, Mississippi
....viii.....JOHN D. TYNER
194.....ix.....JAMES K. POLK TYNER, born 01 Aug 1847 Mississippi, died 25 Aug 1911 Pine Grove, St Helena, Louisiana, USA. He married LOUISA G. PITTMAN on 01 May 1872 in Clark County, Mississippi.

63. ELIZABETH BLACKBURN (FRANCES TYNER, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1794 in Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, and died Aft. 1860 in Perry County, Mississippi. She married ALEXANDER MCGREW October 14, 1808 in Wilkerson County, Mississippi. He was born Abt. 1777 in Louisiana? Oglethorpe Co. GA?.

Children of ELIZABETH BLACKBURN and ALEXANDER MCGREW are:
.....i.....JAMES ALEXANDER MCGREW, b. Abt. 1810, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana.
195.....ii.....HARRIET MCGREW, b. Abt. 1813, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; d. Sabine County, Texas.
.....iii.....WILLIAM MCGREW, b. Abt. 1815, Covington County, Mississippi.
196.....iv.....ELIZA ANN MCGREW, b. March 20, 1816, Marion County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1853, Leon County, Texas.
.....v.....JOHN GABRIEL MCGREW, b. Abt. 1821, Marion County, Mississippi.
.....vi......FERDINAND L. MCGREW, b. Abt. 1825, Marion County, Mississippi.
.....vii.....LORENZO DOW MCGREW, b. Abt. 1828, Marion County, Mississippi.
.....viii.....MARGARET B. MCGREW, b. Abt. 1835, Marion County, Mississippi.
.....ix.....ADLAINE MCGREW, b. Abt. 1838, Marion County, Mississippi.

64. ALEXANDER S. BLACKBURN (FRANCES TYNER, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1796 in Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, and died April 18, 1889 in Sabine County, Texas. He married (1) MARY ANN HORTON March 18, 1814 in Wilkerson County, Mississippi. He married (2) MARTHA COLE June 17, 1820 in Marion County, Mississippi. She was born July 04, 1798 in South Carolina.

Notes for ALEXANDER S. BLACKBURN:
This is my new E-mail Address , My old one was Hurlburt at pnx.com, I am reserching Hardy Alexander Bickham, I have just found his mother in Washington Parrish La. on the 1850 census, She is 12 and her name is Susan Blackburn. Her parents are A. S, Blackburn and Martha . Susan married a James Bailey after her Bickham husband died in the war. She had Hardy, in1858, and Zurada in 1862, she then married James N. Bailey and had Hope, Sedonia, Trust. She and James moved to Sabine Co Tx. in 1869. I am looking for Hardy A. Bickhams Fathers Name. I have reason to believe they might have lived in St. Tammey Parrish La. Thanks for any help!
Sonja Hurlburt
Vidor, Tx. USA - Tuesday, February 16, 1999 at 23:56:33 (EST)

At least one Internet tree says Alexander died 1863 St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana.

Child of ALEXANDER BLACKBURN and MARTHA COLE is:
197.....i.....SUSAN BLACKBURN, b. Abt. 1838; d. Sabine County, Texas.

65. FELICIANA BLACKBURN (FRANCES TYNER, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born September 05, 1803 in Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, and died July 15, 1876 in Lawrence County, Mississippi. She married JOHN COLE October 02, 1819 in Marion County, Mississippi, son of RICHARD COLE and HANNAH ?. He was born March 12, 1800 in South Carolina, and died November 10, 1877 in Lawrence County, Mississippi.

Notes for FELICIANA BLACKBURN:
http://www.culpepper.net/chickasaw/d0005/g0000069.html
and
http://www.gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/d0000/g0000004.html#I043

Children of FELICIANA BLACKBURN and JOHN COLE are:
.....i.....LAVINIA COLE, b. Abt. 1821.
198.....ii.....ARMSTRONG B. COLE, b. January 01, 1823; d. September 16, 1902, Prentiss, Lawrence County, Mississippi.
.....iii.....ELIZA COLE.
.....iv.....HARRIET COLE.
.....v.....MARTHA E. COLE.
.....vi.....EDWARD F. COLE, b. Abt. 1827.
.....vii.....WILLIAM C. COLE, b. Abt. 1831.
.....viii.....ADA COLE.
.....ix.....FRANCES ELIZABETH COLE, b. Abt. 1832.
.....x.....GABRIEL ROBERT COLE, b. Abt. 1837.
199.....xi.....ALABAMA L. COLE, b. April 28, 1839; d. Abt. 1875.
.....xii......BENJAMIN B. COLE, b. Abt. 1840.
.....xiii.....ALEXANDER J. COLE, b. January 28, 1843.
.....xiv.....AMANDA DOT COLE, b. February 10, 1844, Mississippi; d. January 17, 1918.
.....xv.....FELICIANA COLE, b. Abt. 1846.

66. FERDINAND BOON BLACKBURN (FRANCES TYNER, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1806 in Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, USA, and died Aft. 1883 in Covington County, Mississippi, USA. He married SARA ELIZABETH TYNER June 22, 1837 in Marion County, Mississippi, USA, daughter of JOHN TYNER and MARTHA SONES. She was born Abt. 1814 in Sumter District, South Carolina, USA, and died Aft. 1880 in Covington County, Mississippi, USA.

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: , Marion, Mississippi; Roll: M432_376; Page: 199A; Image: 400
F. B. Blackburn...44...LA...sadlery...$150
S. E. Blackburn...30...SC
M.A. Blackburn...12...MS...female
J. A. Blackburn...10...MS...male
Gabriel Blackburn...6...MS...male
M. L. Blackburn...4...MS...female
S. A. Blackburn...2...MS...female
Amanda Blackburn...8...MS...female

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: , Marion, Mississippi; Roll: M653_586; Page: 940; Image: 498; Family History Library Film: 803586.
Ferdinand Blackburn...54...LA...laborer...$800 real property, $2000 personal
Sarah E. Blackburn...46...SC
Irvin A. Blackburn...17...MS
Gabriel Blackburn...15...MS
John T. Blackburn...6...MS
Amanda C. Blackburn...16...MS
Margarett Blackburn...11...MS
Harriet Blackburn...9...MS
Louisiana Blackburn...7...MS
Ada Blackburn...6...MS

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Hollidays Creek, Covington, Mississippi; Roll: M593_727; Page: 356B; Image: 719; Family History Library Film: 552226
F. B. Blackburn...65...LA...making illegible (books?)...$200 real, $200 personal
S. E. Blackburn...56...SC
Harriett Blackburn...18...MS
Louisiana Blackburn...16...MS
Eada Blackburn...14...MS
John T. Blackburn...12...MS

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Holleday Creek, Covington, Mississippi; Roll: 646; Family History Film: 1254646; Page: 322C; Enumeration District: 124; Image: 0282
F. B. Blackburn...75...LA, VA, SC...farmer
S. E. Blackburn...68...SC, SC, SC...keeping house

Children of FERDINAND BLACKBURN and SARA TYNER are:
....i.....MARY ANN BLACKBURN, b. July 20, 1838; d. October 01, 1909, Covington County, Mississippi.
.....ii.....IRVINE ARMSTRONG BLACKBURN, b. September 17, 1841, Marion County, Mississippi; d. March 10, 1928, Lamar County, Mississippi; m. AMANDA JULIE MCGREW, December 1865, Perry County, Mississippi.
.....iii.....AMANDA F. BLACKBURN, b. Abt. 1844, Marion County, Mississippi; d. June 09, 1911, Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi; m. ALEXANDER W. STRINGER.
200.....iv.....GABRIEL FRANCIS BLACKBURN, b. January 21, 1845, Marion County, Mississippi; d. April 23, 1931, Purvis, Lamar County, Mississippi.
201.....v.....JOHN TYNER BLACKBURN, born Oct 1855 Marion County, Mississippi; married SARAH CATHERINE LOTT; died Abt. 1900 Lamar County, Mississippi. She was born January 1861 Mississippi, died 25 Dec 1929 Hattiesburg, Lamar, Mississippi.
202.....v.....LOUISIANA MOLLIE BLACKBURN, b. November 12, 1856; d. August 02, 1889.

67. NICHOLAS TYNER (BENJAMIN J. , BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1816 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died Abt. 1900 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA. He married (1) ADA ?. She was born Abt. 1810 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA. He married (2) MARTHA JANE WOODHALL January 28, 1860 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA. She was born Abt. 1837 in North Carolina, and died January 11, 1919.

Notes for NICHOLAS TYNER:
Source: 1850 Census Robeson County, North Carolina, Southern Division. Census taken August 23, 1850. House: 421, Family: 421
Nicholas Tyner...34...Male...Farmer...Value of Real Estate $25...Born Robseon Co., NC
Ada Tyner...40...Female...Born Robeson Co., NC... Cannot read & write
Willie Tyner...14... Male...Born Robeson Co. , NC... Attended school within the year.
Elizabeth Tyner...10...Born Robeson Co. , NC
Ann Tyner...8...Born Robeson Co. , NC
Nancy Tyner...5...Female...Born Robeson Co. , NC
Nicholas Tyner...4/12... Male...Born Robeson Co. , NC

North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868
Record #: 01 160
Bondsman: Wm Byrd
Witness : John M Hartman
Bond #: 000118363
Bond Date: 28 Jan 1860

Robeson County, North Carolina_Enumeration Date: August 26, 1860_Page: 118, Printed Page: N/A, Image 70_Family: 930_House: 930_, Name Age Sex Value of RE Value of PE Born Comments
N. Tiner... 45... M ...50... NC
M? Tiner...23... F ... NC
N Tiner...14... F ...NC
J.P. Tiner ...1 ...M... NC
A.F. Tiner ... 4/12 ...F...NC... Would be born May 1860

North Carolina Company F, 51st Regiment
Source: NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS: 1861-1865
This company, know as the "Ashpole True Boys", was raised in Robeson County and enlisted at Lumberton on March 10, 1862. It was mustered into state service at Wilmington on April 21, 1862, and assigned to the 51st Regiment N.C. Troops as Company F. After joining the regiment the company functioned as a part of the regiment, and its history for the remainder of the war is reported as a part of the regimental history.
Nicholas Tyner, Private - Born in Robeson County and was by occupation a farmer prior to enlisting in Robeson County at age 46, March 10, 1862. Present or accounted for until July-August, when he was reported absent without leave. Listed as a deserter in September-October, 1862. Returned to duty on an unspecified date but deserted again on December 15, 1862. Returned to duty in January-February, 1863. Present or accounted for until September-October, 1864, when he was reported absent sick. Returned to duty in November-December, 1864.
http://freepages.military.rootsweb.com/~blanks/

Source: 1870 Census _St. Pauls, Robeson County, North Carolina_Enumeration Date: September 8, 1870_Page 15
Printed Page: 168 Image 15_House: 115 Family:116_
Name Age Sex Race Occ Value of RE Value of PE Born Comments
Tyner, Nicholas ...53 ...M... W... Farmer 200 ... NC
Martha ... 32... F... W ...Keeps House... NC... Cannot Read or Write
James... 12 ...M ...W ...At Home...NC... Cannot Read or Write
Florence ...10... F... W... At Home ... NC... Cannot Read or Write
Margret ... 9... F... W ...At Home ...NC
Laney ... 8 ...F... W...NC
Junius ... 4 ...M ...W... NC
Benjamine... 3 ...M... W ...NC
Jane ... 0/12... F ...W... NC... Born In April

1880 census ...Census Place...Burnt Swamp, Robeson, North Carolina, Family History Library Film ...1254979, NA Film Number ...T9-0979, .Page Number ...490C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Nicholas TINER ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...64 ...NC ...Laborer ...NC ...NC
Ann E. TINER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...38 ...NC ...Keeping House ...NC ...NC
John G. TINER ...GSon ...S ...Male ...W ...8 ...NC ......NC ...NC
Ada TINER ...GDau ...S ...Female ...W ...6 ...NC ......NC ...NC
Henry TINER ...GSon ...S ...Male ...W ...4 ...NC ......NC ...NC
John PREVATT ...Other ...M ...Male ...W ...39 ...NC ...Laborer ...NC ...NC
1880 census ...Census Place...White Oak, Bladen, North Carolina, Family History Library Film ...1254953, NA Film Number ...T9-0953, Page Number ...397A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Martha TYNER ...Self ...M ...Female ...W ...40 ...NC ...Laborer ...NC ...NC
James TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...18 ...NC ...Laborer ...NC ...NC
Florence TYNER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...17 ...NC ...Laborer ...NC ...NC
Columbia TYNER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...16 ...NC ...Laborer ...NC ...NC
Junius A. TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...14 ...NC ...At Home ...NC ...NC
Bennett TYNER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...12 ...NC ...At Home ...NC ...NC
Peter FRENCH ...Other ...S ...Male ...W ...48 ...FRANCE ...Trader ...FRANCE ...ITALY

Children of NICHOLAS TYNER and ADA ? are:
203.....i.....WILEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1836, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1864.
204.....ii.....ELIZABETH TYNER, b. January 30, 1839, Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA; d. April 20, 1903, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.
205.....iii.....ANN E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1842, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....iv.....NANCY TYNER, b. Abt. 1845, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....v.....NICHOLAS TYNER, b. Abt. 1849, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.

Children of NICHOLAS TYNER and MARTHA WOODHALL are:
206. vi. FLORENCE TYNER, b. May 1860; d. Abt. 1932.
207.....vii......COLUMBIA FRANCES TYNER, b. October 1862, Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina; d. July 29, 1942.
.....viii.....LANEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1862, North Carolina.
.....ix.....JUNIOUS A. TYNER, b. Abt. 1865, North Carolina.
.....x.....BENNET TYNER, b. Abt. 1867, North Carolina. Notes for BENNET TYNER: aka Benjamin Tyner.
.....xi......JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1870, North Carolina; m. ALONZO LOCKLEAR.

68. ELIZABETH TYNER (BENJAMIN J. , BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1819. She married BENJAMIN BLOUNT January 26, 1836 in Robeson County, North Carolina. He was born Abt. 1813.

Notes for ELIZABETH TYNER:
1850 Census of Robeson, they are listed as follows:
Benjamin Blount .....37.....farmer
Elizabeth ..... 31
Margaret Jane.....12
Lovedy A .....11
James A .....10
Rosilla .....8
Penny J......2
Benjamin ..... 11/12

Sources include Al King's "Carolina Kin Plus" WorldTree at Ancestry.com

Children of ELIZABETH TYNER and BENJAMIN BLOUNT are:
.....i.....MARGARET JANE BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1838, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....ii......LOVEDY ANN BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1839, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....iii.....JAMES A. BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1840, Robeson County, North Carolina; d. December 15, 1862.
.....iv......DRUSILLA BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1842, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....v.....SALLIE BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1844, Robeson County, North Carolina.
208.....vi.....PENNY J. BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1846, Robeson County, North Carolina.
209.....vii.....BENJAMIN BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1849, Robeson County, North Carolina.
210.....viii.....ALEXANDER BLOUNT, b. March 20, 1849, Robeson County, North Carolina; d. August 02, 1920, Robeson County, North Carolina.
211.....x.....JACKSON G. BLOUNT, b. October 15, 1852, Robeson County, North Carolina; d. March 17, 1932, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....x.....NEIL BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1854, Robeson County, North Carolina.
.....xi.....JOSEPH BLOUNT, b. Abt. 1857.

69. JAMES TYNER (BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1825 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died March 13, 1865 in Elmira Prison, Elmira, Chemung County, New York, USA. http://www.findagrave.com says JAMES TINER, dob unknown, died Mar. 13, 1965, of 52nd NC Company E is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, Chemung County, NY, in plot CSA 1827. He married JULIANA COUNCIL December 25, 1847 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA. She was born Abt. 1830 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died Abt. 1882.

Notes for JAMES TYNER:
Civil War soldier. Co. E of the 52nd North Carolina Infantry, CSA. When the War for Southern Independence started James entered and died on March 13, 1865 in the Elmira Prison in Elmira, New York. After his death Julianna returned to Robeson County.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: McEachins, Robeson, North Carolina; Roll: M593_1157; Page: 114; Image: 228.
Julia Tiner...40...NC...farmer...$500 real estate...$300 personal
Delila Tiner...75...NC...no occupation
John Tiner...15...NC...farm laborer
James Tiner...13...NC...farm laborer
Bettee Tiner...12...NC...no occupation
Julia Tiner...11...NC
May Tiner...10...NC
Jane Tiner...5...NC
William Tiner...4...NC

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lumber Bridge, Robeson, North Carolina; Roll: T9_979; Family History Film: 1254979; Page: 509.1000; Enumeration District: 180; Image: 0499.
Julia Tyner...41...NC, NC, NC...keeping house
Maggie Tyner...18...NC, NC, NC...dau
Mary Tyner...17...NC, NC, NC...dau
Jane Tyner...16...NC, NC, NC...dau
Emily Tyner...15...NC, NC, NC...dau
William Tyner...14...NC, NC, NC...son
Sarah E. Tyner...9...NC, NC, NC...dau

RICHMOND COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA CEMETERIES
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncrichmo/t_1.html
Tyner Alexander Marks Creek 6/8/1851 9/20/1941
Tyner Annie Marks Creek 3/1/1865 9/20/1936 w/o Alex Tyner
Tyner Charlotte Mary Love 10/29/1861 8/21/1925
Tyner Della Faye Eastside 4/4/1933 12/27/1950
Tyner Ethel J. Hailey 12/5/1912 4/3/1925 d/o John Calvin & Pearl A. Tyner
Tyner Gaston D. Hailey 1886 1943
Tyner Hattie Lampley Rich Memo Park 06/03/1917 04/07/1990 d/o Noah & Mary Ellen Lampley w/o Cecil Tyner
Tyner James B. Hailey 10/15/1874 2/22/1936
Tyner James W. Hailey 7/6/1919 10/13/1943 WW11 NC Pfc 135th Infantry US Army
Tyner Jennie Faye Eastside 4/4/1950 12/23/1950
Tyner John Calvin Hailey 6/1882 3/9/1980
Tyner Lillie Tumblin Rich Memo Park 07/18/1902 09/04/1990 d/o James B & Rebecca Sellers Tumblin w/o Wm C Tyner
Tyner Mattie L. Hailey 1896 1946
Tyner Pearl A. Hailey 10/13/1889 12/10/1921 w/o John Calvin Tyner
Tyner Sarah A. Hailey 6/8/1849 10/11/1903
Tyner Walter N. Hailey 7/4/1903 11/7/1961
Tyner William C Rich Memo Park 1902 1

Children of JAMES TYNER and JULIANA COUNCIL are:
.....i......DELIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1850.
212.....ii.....ALEXANDER TYNER, b. June 08, 1851, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA; d. September 20, 1941, Springhill, Scotland, North Carolina, USA.
.....iii.....JOHN TYNER, b. Abt. 1852, North Carolina, USA. Randy Jackson in a family tree posted at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/65457214/person/38133835116 claims this is the husband of Nancy Ann Jackson and father of John Henry Tyner (15 Jul 1875--30 Oct 1969) and Archie Tyner (16 Aug 1886--26 Feb 1967). No evidence is given, but I'm going with it for now. Contact me for more information.

213.....iv.....JAMES B. TYNER, b. Abt. 1853, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. September 20, 1940, Richmond County, North Carolina, USA.
.....v......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1855.
.....vi.....BENJAMIN TYNER, b. Abt. 1858.
.....vii.....JULIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1859, North Carolina, USA; d. September 23, 1951; m. M. A. JACKSON.
.....viii.....MARGARET TYNER, b. Abt. 1859.
.....ix.....JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1865, North Carolina, USA.
.....x.....WILLIAM TYNER, b. Abt. 1866.

Notes for WILLIAM TYNER:
The death certificate for William Thomas Tyner says he was born to J. W. Tyner and Julia Council in Robeson County, North Carolina, but ten years later than this lad, and therefore 10 years after his father died! That doesn't match census records, either. What gives?

NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATE
Name: William Thomas Tyner
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 82
Birth Date: 14 Mar 1875
Birth Place: Robeson, North Carolina, United States
Death Date: 22 Mar 1957
Death Location: Fayetteville, Cumberland
Spouse's Name: Mrs. Frankie Elis Tyner
Father's Name: J W Tyner
Mother's Name: Julie Council
RESIDENCE: Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina

70. WILLIAM TYNER (BENJAMIN J. , BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1823 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died July 18, 1864 in Elmira Prison, Elmira, Chemung County, New York, USA. He married OLIVE ODOM January 23, 1847 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, daughter of ARCHIBALD ODOM and MARTHA BULLOCK. She was born October 06, 1815, and died June 14, 1872 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM TYNER:
1860 Census of Robeson Co.,
William Tyner is listed as 40 yrs old and his wife Olive Odom as 40 yrs old.
Their children were:
Wm Humphrey...14
Martha J. ...12
Lewis Edward...11
Arch S. ...9
John H. ...6
Sarah M. ...8/12 mos.

http://freepages.military.rootsweb.com/~blanks/
North Carolina Company F, 51st Regiment
Source: NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS: 1861-1865
This company, know as the "Ashpole True Boys", was raised in Robeson County and enlisted at Lumberton on March 10, 1862. It was mustered into state service at Wilmington on April 21, 1862, and assigned to the 51st Regiment N.C. Troops as Company F. After joining the regiment the company functioned as a part of the regiment, and its history for the remainder of the war is reported as a part of the regimental history.
TYNER, WILLIAM, Private - Born in Robeson County where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting at age 39, March 10, 1862. Present or accounted for until November-December, 1862, when he was reported absent without leave. Returned to duty in January-February, 1863. Present or accounted for until captured at Cold Harbor, VA, June 1, 1864. Confined at Point Lookout, MD, June 11, 1864. Transferred to Elmira, NY, July 12, 1864. Died at Elmira on July 18, 1864 of a "contusion."

Notes for OLIVE ODOM:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868
Name : Spelled as Olvie Odam
Bondsman: John Humphrey
Witness : Sdh Howell
Record #: 01 160
Bond #: 000118364

Taken from The Robeson County Heritage, Robeson County, North Carolina
Article 337
Sadletree Baptist Church Member Roll 1870-1874
Tyner, Olive died June 14, 1872

Vanishing Ancestors, Vol. 1, page 29. Victoria Proctor is the compiler and the publications date is 1975. It gives Olive's gravesite. Olive had been exhumed and reburied in Raft Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery. This was one of the graves moved from the TYNER Family Cemetery when it was moved to Raft Swamp from the Ed TYNER land. Ed TYNER was the son of William TYNER. The old burial site is located where B. F. Goodrich Plant opened. The stones were pretty broken up.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and OLIVE ODOM are:
.....i.....WILLIAM HUMPHREY TYNER, b. Abt. 1846, North Carolina, USA.
214.....ii.....MARTHA J. TYNER, b. November 30, 1847, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. August 26, 1926, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.
215.....iii.....LEWIS EDWARD TYNER, b. July 05, 1849, North Carolina, USA; d. December 20, 1924, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.
.....iv.....ARCHIBALD S. TYNER, b. Abt. 1851. Winnie McDonald married Archie Tyner February 22, 1874

Notes for ARCHIBALD S. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Raft Swamp, Robeson, North Carolina; Roll: T623_1214 Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 112.
Archie S Tynor...49...Jan 1851...NC, NC, NC...farmer
Malletta Tynor...45...May 1855...NC, NC, NC...0 children
John B McDaniel...8...Nov 1891...NC, NC, NC...nephew

1880 census ...Census Place...Burnt Swamp, Robeson, North Carolina, Family History Library Film 1254979, NA Film Number ...T9-0979, Page Number ...489B
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Archd. S. TYNER ...Self ...M ...Male ...MU ...29 ...NC ...Farmer ...NC ...NC
Winniford M. TYNER ...Wife ...M ...Female ...MU ...25 ...NC ...Keeping House ...SC ...NC

.....v.....SARAH M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1858, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.
216.....vi.....JOHN HENRY TYNER, b. September 24, 1854, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. September 11, 1929, Dunn, Hammett County, North Carolina, USA.

71. BENJAMIN J. TYNER (BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born November 19, 1828 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died August 20, 1862 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. He married MARY ANN PREVATTE January 30, 1850 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, daughter of JAMES PREVATTE and ORRA MOORE. She was born July 30, 1831 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died May 29, 1914 in Raft Swamp, Robeson, North Carolina, USA. At findagrave.com see tombstones for both in Raft Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery, Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA. His is marked "In Memory" and says he was buried near Richmond, Virginia. Looking at the census, it appears Mary Ann Prevatte Tyner either had several illegitimate children after her husband died, or adopted children, or perhaps took on the raising of some grandchildren. Benny, Mary Alice, Caroline, and John were born after Benjamin died.

Notes for BENJAMIN J. TYNER:
The Prevatte family traces its lineage back to Elizabeth's great-great-great-grandfather, Prerrie Prevol, who was born in 1673 in Guines Pas-De-Calais, France and settled in Manakintown, Virginia in 1700. Mary Ann's father, Rev. Prevatte, donated the land for Raft Swamp Baptist Church and paid the first year's salary for the preacher. Benjamin and Mary were charter members of Raft Swamp Baptist Church when it was formed on the 29th of September 1854, and on the 14th of October of that year, Ben was elected treasurer. Benjamin enlisted in Wilmington, North Carolina on the 14th of May 1862. He mustered into Company F of the 3rd Regiment as a private. His enlisting officer was Captain William Murdock Parsley. Benjamin Tyner, III died of typhoid fever at his regiment's camp, just below Richmond, Virginia on the 20th of August 1862. His widow, Mary Ann Prevatte Tyner continued to live on their family farm until her death on the 29th of May 1914. In 1901, she applied for and received widow's pension from the State of North Carolina.
:

Benjamin and Mary were charter members of Raft Swamp Baptist Church when it was formed on the 29th of September 1854, and on the 14th of October of that year, Ben was elected treasurer.

SOUTH CAROLINA 1860 census, Lumberton, Robeson, NC, Series M653, Roll 911, Part 1, Page 461B
Ben Tynee ... 32
Mary A Tynee...30
Alvin Tynee...9
M L Tynee...8
E W Tynee ... 6
Orra E Tynee...5
Dova Tynee....3

Benjamin Tyner enlisted May 14, 1862 at Wilmington, North Carolina by Capt. William Murcock Parlsey for the War. Capt. Parsley was the husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Nutt Parsley, Founder of the North Carolina Divison of the Daughters of the Confederacy. He mustered into Company F of the 3rd Regiment as a
Private.

CONFEDERATE NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS
3rd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry
3rd Infantry Regiment State Troops completed its organization at Garysburg, North Carolina, in May, 1861. The men were from Wilmington and the counties of Green, Duplin, Cumberland, Onslow, Bladen, New Hanover, and Beaufort. During July part of the regiment moved to Richmond, Virginia, then was joined by the remaining companies some weeks later. After serving in the Department of Northern Virginia and the Department of North Carolina, it was attached were from Wilmington and the counties of Green, Duplin, Cumberland, Onslow, Bladen, New Hanover, and Beaufort. During July part of the regiment moved to Richmond, Virginia, then was joined by the remaining companies some weeks later. After serving in the Department of Northern Virginia and the Department of North Carolina, it was attached to General Ripley's, Colston's, Steuart's, and Cox's Brigade. The 3rd fought on many battlefields of the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor , marched with Early to the Shenandoah Valley, and saw action around Appomattox . It reported 46 casualties at Beaver Dam Creek at Malvern Hill , 253 at Sharpsburg , 3 at Fredericksburg, and 179 at Chancellorsville . The unit lost 4 killed and 10 wounded at Second Winchester , forty percent of the 548 engaged at Gettysburg , and 7 killed and 65 wounded during the Mine Run Campaign. It surrendered with 4 officers and 53 men in April, 1865. The field officers were Colonels William L. DeRosset, Gaston Meares, and Stephen D. Thruston; Lieutenant Colonels Robert H. Cowan, William M. Parsley, and Edward Savage; and Major William T. Ennett.

Name: Benjamin III Tyner
Service Info.: CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY
Birth Date: 19 Nov 1828
Death Date: 20 Aug 1862
Cemetery: Tyner Old Field Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Pinebluff, NC 28373

Source:...1880...Census...
Name...Relation…Marital Status…Gender…Race…Age…Birthplace…Occupation…Father's Birthplace…Mother's Birthplace
Mary...Ann...TYNER...Self...W...Female...W...48...NC....NC...NC.....Keeping...House...health: change of life
Orra...Etta...TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...24...NC...At...Home...NC...NC...
Benny...TYNER...Son...S...Male...W...17...NC...Laborer...On...Farm...NC...NC...
Mary...Alice...TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...15...NC...At...Home...NC...NC...
Caroline...TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...12...NC...At...Home...NC...NC...
John...TYNER...Son...S...Male...W...6...NC...NC...NC...
William...A....TYNER...GSon...S...Male...W...4...NC...NC...NC...
Source Information:
Census Place: Burnt Swamp, Robeson, North Carolina
Family History Library Film...1254979...NA...
Film Number T9-0979...
Page Number...491B...

http://www.uncp.edu/home/tyner/confed%20stories.htm (Blake Tyner's website)
Benjamin Tyner
.....Benjamin Tyner, III was on the 19th of November 1828. He was the son of Benjamin Tyner, Jr. Ben's great-great-great-grandfather, Nicolas Tyner, settled in Isle of Wight County, Virginia and his son, Nicholas Tyner, II moved into Northampton County, North Carolina. Nicholas Tyner, III moved his family to Johnston County where his son, Benjamin Tyner, I served in the Revolutionary War. By 1810 he and his son, Benjamin Tyner, II are listed on the Robeson County Census.
.....Benjamin married Mary Ann Prevatte on the 30 of January 1850 in Robeson County, North Carolina. She was the daughter of Rev. James J. Prevatte and Orra Moore. The Prevatte family traces its lineage back to Elizabeth's great-great-great-grandfather, Prerrie Prevol, who was born in 1673 in Guines Pas-De-Calais, France and settled in Manakintown, Virginia in 1700. Mary Ann's father, Rev. Prevatte, donated the land for Raft Swamp Baptist Church and paid the first year's salary for the preacher.
.....Benjamin and Mary were charter members of Raft Swamp Baptist Church when it was formed on the 29th of September 1854, and on the 14th of October of that year, Ben was elected treasurer.
.....Benjamin and Elizabeth had four sons; Alvin, Elias Warren, James Thomas and Benjamin J. and three daughters; Margaret Lanoral, Aury Etta and Dovie Jane all of who were born in Robeson County, North Carolina. Alvin Tyner was born on the 22nd of June 1850 and married a Miss Bullard. Elias Warren Tyner was born on the 10th of December 1853 and married Martha Elizabeth Townsend, daughter of Alfred Townsend and Margaret Peggy Britt. James Thomas Tyner was born on the 11th of May 1860 and married Sarah Jane Davis on the 8th of January 1880. The youngest son, Benjamin J, Tyner was born on the 5th of December 1861 and on the 5th of March 1891 married Mary Downie Ausley.
.....Their oldest daughter, Margaret Lanoral Tyner, was born on the 15th of May 1852 and married Will Baxley. Aury Etta Tyner was born on the 19th of April 1855 and Dovie Jane Tyner was born on the 24th of January 1858.
.....Benjamin enlisted in Wilmington, North Carolina on the 14th of May 1862. He mustered into Company F of the 3rd Regiment as a Private. His enlisting officer was Captain William Murdock Parsley; husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Nutt Parsley, Founder of the North Carolina Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Benjamin Tyner, III died of typhoid fever at his regiment's camp, just below Richmond, Virginia on the 20th of August 1862. His widow, Mary Ann Prevatte Tyner continued to live on their family farm until her death on the 29th of May 1914. In 1901 she applied for and received widow's pension from the State of North Carolina.
Sources
Tyner Family 1704-1971 and Bruce Relations in Robeson County, NC, Peggy Tyner Townsend 1972. P.2-3

I have found data on a William Asbury Tyner--is that the grandson in the 1880 census? But his death certificate says his parents were John Tyner and Etta Prevatte.

Children of BENJAMIN TYNER and MARY PREVATTE are:
.....i......ALVIN TYNER, b. June 22, 1850, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. Abt. 1940; m. ? BULLARD.
217.....ii.....MARGARET LANORAL TYNER, b. May 15, 1852, Robeson County, North Carolina.
218.....iii.....ELIAS WARREN TYNER, b. December 10, 1853, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. August 11, 1937, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.
.....iv.....AURRIE ETTA TYNER, b. April 19, 1855, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. June 08, 1924, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA. Tombstone says "Etta Tyner" At findagrave.com see tombstone photo from Raft Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery, Lumberton, Robeson, NC, USA.
.....v.....DOVY JANE TYNER, b. January 24, 1858, Robeson County, North Carolina.
219.....vii......JAMES THOMAS TYNER, b. May 11, 1860, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. October 20, 1943, Columbus County, North Carolina, USA.
221.....vi.....BENJAMIN J. TYNER, b. December 05, 1861, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; d. January 11, 1946, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA.
....viii.....MARY ALICE TYNER, b. abt. 1865 Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, d. 12 Dec 1935. She married EDWARD THOMAS LEWIS, b. 05 Dec 1866 Fort Swamp, Robeson, NC, d. there 21 Oct 1937. findagrave.com has photo of her tombstone. They're buried in Raft Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery, Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA. The James Paul Davis family tree at ancestry.com claims she's the daughter of Benjamin Tyner III and Mary Ann Prevatte, but they were married in 1850 and I don't have her listed in that family. Apparently Mary Ann Prevatte had illegitimate children after the death of her husband, based on the 1880 census. Mary Alice's daughter married LUTHER BENJAMIN TYNER, which see.

NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATE
Name: Mary Alice Lewis
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 70
Birth Date: 12 May
Death Date: 12 Dec 1935
Death Location: Raft Swamp, Robeson
Spouse's Name: Edward T Lewis
Mother's Name: Mary Ann Tyner
.....ix.....CAROLINE TYNER, b. 05 Dec 1868 Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, died there 22 Dec 1916. At findagrave.com see her tombstone photo from Raft Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery, Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA.
223.....x.....JOHN MALOY TYNER, b. 19 Jan 1875 Robeson County, North Carolina; d. 30 Jul 1953 Fairmont, Robeson, North Carolina, USA.

72. FRANCES CHRISTINE CROSS (ELIZABETH DEW TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born March 01, 1828, and died March 15, 1909. She married MADISON PARKER December 30, 1847 in Fayette County, Tennessee. He was born November 10, 1819, and died December 01, 1880.

Notes for FRANCES CHRISTINE CROSS:
MY RIVERSIDE CEMETERY TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS
SCRAPBOOK PART VI
by Jonathan K. T. Smith
Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 1995
Elizabeth D. Tyner was married to James H. "Sowersberry" August 8, 1817 (bond) in Northampton County. In the 1820 U.S. Census of that county, James H. "Somerley" appears with a male, aged 16-26; a female, aged 16-26 and a female, aged to ten years old. Evidently, Sowersby died and as a widow, Elizabeth "Sowerly" was married to Reddick Cross of Hertford Co., N.C. March 15, 1827 (bond). The RALEIGH REGISTER, April 6, 1827 announced the marriage of Maj. Reddick Cross of Hertford Co to Miss Elizabeth "Sowerby" of Northampton Co. March 15, 1827.

Madison Parker was a successful Jackson merchant. In his will-testament executed March 12, 1875 and probated in December 1880, he left a $5000 life insurance policy to his wife, Fannie C. Parker and the three youngest children, "commencing at Elvira." Personalty to wife and she to be the executor. Codicil, June 4, 1880. Son, Horace W. Parker, now past 21 years of age so that he is appointed co-executor along with Fannie C. Parker.

In Madison County Deed Book 25, page 576, Frances C. Parker's purchase of a parcel of land is recorded, bought from William F. Still, to be hers and any children she had with Madison Parker. This land was sold (IBID., Book 46, page 275), naming her with her children, who were with ages suggested by the U.S. 1870 Census, Jackson, page 14: Arthur M. Parker, born about 1853; Horace W. Parker, born about 1855; Elvira C. Parker, born about 1861; Robert J. Parker, born about 1866; John M. Parker, born about 1869. In Dec. 1895, Robert J. Parker of Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas conveyed an interest in some Madison Co. land to his mother. (Madison Co. Deed Book 54, page 251)

Children of FRANCES CROSS and MADISON PARKER are:
.....i.....ARTHUR M. PARKER, b. Abt. 1853.
.....ii.....HORACE W. PARKER, b. Abt. 1855.
.....iii.....ELVIRA C. PARKER, b. Abt. 1861.
.....iv......ROBERT J. PARKER, b. Abt. 1866. In Dec. 1895, Robert J. Parker of Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas conveyed an interest in some Madison Co. land to his mother. (Madison Co. Deed Book 54, page 251)
.....v.....JOHN M. PARKER, b. Abt. 1869.

73. MARTHA AMANDA CROSS (ELIZABETH DEW TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born July 11, 1829. She married REV. JOHN ANTHONY WINSTON SHELTON August 21, 1849 in Elyrian Grove. He was born July 05, 1822, and died November 18, 1880 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

Children of MARTHA CROSS and JOHN SHELTON are:
224.....i......WILLIAM GARLAND SHELTON, b. October 27, 1861, Shelby County, Tennessee, USA; d. Abt. 1929.
.....ii.....BITTIE WINSTON SHELTON.

74. REBECCA E. CROSS (ELIZABETH DEW TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born July 1834. She married GABRIEL MASTON BARTLETT January 04, 1854 in Elyrian Grove. He was born November 27, 1821 in Robertson County, Tennessee, and died June 18, 1876.

Children of REBECCA CROSS and GABRIEL BARTLETT are:
.....i.....MARTHA BARTLETT, b. Abt. 1854; d. Abt. 1861.
225.....ii.....ROBERT C. BARTLETT, b. December 03, 1855; d. Abt. 1923.
.....iii.....ETHEL BARTLETT, b. April 30, 1857; d. July 18, 1857.
.....iv.....PETER MASON BARTLETT, b. June 04, 1858; d. October 23, 1859.
.....v.....NANNIE BARTLETT, b. July 20, 1859; d. October 16, 1859.

30AA. WILLIAM N. TYNER (GEORGE W., NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) born Dec 1857 North Carolina; died 18 October 1922 Northampton County, North Carolina. He married (2) RUTH F. ? and (1) SUSAN P. PARK on 25 Dec 1881 Northampton County, North Carolina. She was born June 1849 North Carolina, and died 21 Nov 1914 Wake County, North Carolina, USA.

Name: W N Tyner
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1858
Age: 23
Race: White
Spouse: Susan P Park
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Age: 26
Marriage Date: 25 Dec 1881
Marriage County: Northampton
Marriage State: North Carolina
Source Vendor: North Carolina State Archives

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Kirby, Northampton, North Carolina; Roll: T623 1209; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 70.
William N Tyner...42...Dec 1857...NC, NC, NC...sawyer, saw mill
Susie Tyner...50...June 1849...NC, NC, NC...married 18...5 children, 4 living
Lucy E Tyner...15...Mar 1885...NC, NC, NC
Charlie V Tyner...12...Jan 1888...NC, NC, NC
Bettie S Tyner...10...Apr 1890...NC, NC, NC
Jessie R Tyner...8...Feby 1892...NC, NC, NC
Henry Reid...49...Jan 1857...B...NC, NC, NC...hired man

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Roanoke, Northampton, North Carolina; Roll: T624_1125; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 85; Image: 923
81, 81
William M Tyher...50...NC, NC, NC...M1...27
Jessie C Tyher...18...NC, NC, NC...dau

Name: Susie Tyner
Race: White
Age: 63
Date of Birth: 1851
Date of Death: 21 Nov 1914
Death County: Wake
Death State: North Carolina
Source Vendor: NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67 Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Kirby, Northampton, North Carolina; Roll: T625_1313; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 74; Image: 684
William N Tyner...60...NC, NC, NC...own home...can read/write...farmer, general
Ruth F Tyner...35...VA, VA, VA...wife
Evelyn Burritt 12...VA, VA, VA...stepdau
Ruth Tyner 5 3/12...NC, NC, VA...dau
William N Tyner 7/12...NC, NC, NC...son

Name: William Tiner
Age: 73
Date of Birth: 1856
Date of Death: 2 Apr 1929
Death County: Martin
Death State: North Carolina
Source Vendor: NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67

Name: William N Tyner
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 63
Birth Date: 18 Oct 1859
Birth Place: Northampton
Death Date: 18 Oct 1922
Death Location: Kirby;Pendleton, Northampton
Spouse's Name: William N Tyner
Father's Name: George Tyner
Mother's Name: Susan

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and SUSAN P. PARK:
.....i.....LUCY E. TYNER, born Mar 1885
.....ii.....CHARLES V. TYNER, born 05 Jun 1886 NC, died 26 Jan 1971, married PEARL IRENE ?.
.....iii.....BETTIE S. TYNER, born April 1890.
.....iv.....JESSIE R. TYNER, born February 1892.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and RUTH F. :
.....v.....RUTH TYNER, born about 1914 Northampton County, North Carolina, USA.
.....vi.....WILLIAM NICHOLAS TYNER, born 04 Jun 1919 Northampton County, North Carolina, USA; died 29 Oct 1999. Buried next to REBECCA ABERNATHY TYNER in Concord Cemetery, Stony Creek, Sussex, Virginia, USA. She was born Oct. 5, 1923 and died Oct. 15, 1998.
75. MARTHA DAVIS (JOHN, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1814 in Northampton County, North Carolina. She married NATHAN STANCELL November 30, 1833. He was born Abt. 1810 in Northampton County, North Carolina.

Child of MARTHA DAVIS and NATHAN STANCELL is:
.....i.....JAMES STANCELL, b. Abt. 1846, Northampton County, North Carolina.

76. JESSE DAVIS (JOHN, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1818. He married MARY POWELL March 04, 1846. She was born Abt. 1830.

Child of JESSE DAVIS and MARY POWELL is:
.....i......GEORGE DAVIS, b. Abt. 1849.

77. ELIZABETH G. DAVIS (JOHN, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1819 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1866 in Northampton County, North Carolina. She married WESLEY HASTY December 30, 1845 in Northampton County, North Carolina. He was born Abt. 1820 in Northampton County, North Carolina.

Children of ELIZABETH DAVIS and WESLEY HASTY are:
.....i......MARY HASTY, b. Abt. 1846.
.....ii.....MARTHA HASTY, b. Abt. 1848; m. THOMAS CROWDER, January 03, 1867, North Carolina.
.....iii......JOHN W. HASTY, b. Abt. 1849.
.....iv.....HENRY A. HASTY, b. Abt. 1853.
226.....v......JUNIUS W. HASTY, b. Abt. 1859, Northampton County, North Carolina; d. December 25, 1913, Northampton County, North Carolina.

78. RIDDICK POPE (RHODA DAVIS, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1819 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died January 28, 1896 in Northampton County, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH PRIDDEN. She was born Abt. 1817 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1895 in Northampton County, North Carolina.

Children of RIDDICK POPE and ELIZABETH PRIDDEN are:
.....i.....MINNIE E. POPE, b. Abt. 1850.
.....ii.....JOHN D. POPE, b. Abt. 1851.
.....iii......LUCY S. POPE, b. Abt. 1857.
.....iv.....LOUISA POPE, b. Abt. 1865.

79. EMMA POPE (RHODA DAVIS, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1828 in Northampton County, North Carolina. She married HILLARY VAUGHN January 07, 1847 in Northampton County, North Carolina.

Children of EMMA POPE and HILLARY VAUGHN are:
.....i.....JOHN VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1847.
.....ii.....WILLIAM VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1849.

80. REBECCA J. DAVIS (ARTHUR, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born February 22, 1827 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died February 14, 1913 in Northampton County, North Carolina. She married SAMUEL T. HASTY January 01, 1845 in Northampton County, North Carolina. He was born Abt. 1813 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1878.

Children of REBECCA DAVIS and SAMUEL HASTY are:
227.....i......GEORGE ELBERT HASTY, b. November 1845, Northumberland County, North Carolina.
.....ii.....LOUISA F. HASTY, b. Abt. 1847.
.....iii.....ARTHUR HASTY, b. Abt. 1853.
228.....iv.....LAVINA HASTY, b. December 14, 1854, Northampton County, North Carolina; d. June 24, 1928, Northampton County, North Carolina.
.....v.....WILLIAM HASTY, b. Abt. 1858.

81. ELIZABETH JANE DAVIS (ARTHUR , ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1832 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died July 24, 1873 in Northampton County, North Carolina. She married CARTER F. LILES August 03, 1869 in Northampton County, North Carolina, son of WILLIAM LILES and TABITHA DAVIS. He was born Abt. 1849.

Child of ELIZABETH DAVIS and CARTER LILES is:
.....i.....MARY JANE LILES, b. October 06, 1870, Northampton County, North Carolina; d. November 03, 1960, Northampton County, North Carolina. She married JUNIUS W. H ASTY on 21 Sep 1885 in Northampton County, North Carolina, USA, son of Wesley Hasty and Elizabeth G. Davis. He was born about 1859 in Northampton County, North Carolina, USA. He died on 25 Dec 1913 in Northampton County, North Carolina, USA. See #226.

82. JOHN CORBITT (WILLIAM, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born October 20, 1790 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died November 08, 1862 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee. He married RACHEL CABLER December 06, 1808 in Davidson County, Tennessee. She was born July 09, 1794 in Rockingham County, North Carolina.

Notes for JOHN CORBITT:
John was a private in the War of 1812 in the company of mounted riflemen under Captain Philip Pipkin and Colonel Nicholas T. Perkins, serving from 19 Dec 1813 to 20 February 1814. He was a member of Second Baptist Church in Nashville, Davidson County, TN.

Children of JOHN CORBITT and RACHEL CABLER are:
230.....i.....FELIX M. CORBITT, b. Abt. 1815, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. July 19, 1875, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.
.....ii.....EPHRAIM FOSTER CORBITT.

83. CHRISTINE CORBITT (WILLIAM, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born April 24, 1793 in Davidson County, Tennessee. She married JOHN CABLER Abt. 1808. He was born Abt. 1785 in Davidson County, Tennessee.

Children of CHRISTINE CORBITT and JOHN CABLER are:
.....i......SARAH CABLER, b. Abt. 1810.
.....ii.....CALVIN G. CABLER, b. October 22, 1816.
.....iii.....MARTHA CABLER, b. Abt. 1820.

84. WILLIAM CORBITT (MEREDITH, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1794 in Pitt County, North Carolina, and died October 30, 1884. He married RUTHA TANKSLEY. She was born Abt. 1804 in Kentucky, USA.

Children of WILLIAM CORBITT and RUTHA TANKSLEY are:
.....i.....AMOS CORBITT, b. Abt. 1824, Tennessee, USA.
.....ii.....WILLIAM CORBITT, b. Abt. 1829, Benton County, Tennessee.
.....iii.....ELIZABETH CORBITT, b. Abt. 1829.
.....iv.....NANCY CORBITT, b. Abt. 1833.
.....v.....MARY CORBITT, b. Abt. 1835.
231.....vi.....ALLEN SMITH CORBITT, b. November 30, 1838, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA; d. March 03, 1911, Charleston, Mississippi, USA.
.....vii.....ELIZA CORBITT, b. Abt. 1840.
.....viii.....JAMES CORBITT, b. Abt. 1844.
.....ix.....SAMUEL HOUSTON CORBITT, b. Abt. 1849, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.

85. JAMES CORBITT (MEREDITH, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1798.

Children of JAMES CORBITT are:
…..i.....MARTHA CORBITT, b. Abt. 1820.
…..ii.....NICK CORBITT, b. Abt. 1822.
232.....iii.....POLK CORBITT, b. November 1843.

86. NANCY CORBITT (MEREDITH, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1802. She married MICHAEL BEASLEY. He was born Abt. 1800.

Children of NANCY CORBITT and MICHAEL BEASLEY are:
.....i.....JAKE BEASLEY, b. Abt. 1822.
.....ii.....RUBY BEASLEY, b. Abt. 1824.
.....iii.....FRANK BEASLEY, b. Abt. 1826.
.....iv.....NANCY BEASLEY, b. Abt. 1828.
.....v.....REUBEN BEASLEY, b. Abt. 1820.
.....vi.....WILLIAM BEASLEY, b. Abt. 1832.

87. MEREDITH SMITH CORBITT (MEREDITH, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born May 10, 1814 in Richmond, North Carolina, USA, and died May 20, 1880 in Benton County, Tennessee, USA. He married JULIANA BROWNING March 19, 1834 in Benton County, Tennessee, USA. She was born Abt. 1808 in Rutherford County, Tennessee, USA.

Notes for MEREDITH SMITH CORBITT:
Meredith was a preacher and Civil War captain.
Sources include: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=57682&id=I00342

Dec 1864
captured at Nashville (Confederate)
Description: http://www.tngenweb.org/benton/5coe.html

Children of MEREDITH CORBITT and JULIANA BROWNING are:
233.....i.....JACOB SMITH CORBITT, b. March 15, 1835, Benton County, Tennessee, USA; d. November 09, 1897, Camden, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
234.....ii.....THOMAS JAMES CORBITT, b. December 1836.
.....iii......LOUISA CORBITT, b. Abt. 1841.
235.....iv......JOHN RANDOLPH CORBITT, b. November 30, 1844, Benton County, Tennessee, USA; d. February 04, 1897, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
236.....v......NANCY ANN CORBITT, b. November 30, 1844; d. Abt. 1880.
.....vi.....HENRY CORBITT, b. Abt. 1845.
.....vii......MARY J. CORBITT, b. Abt. 1847.
237.....viii.....WILLIAM RILEY CORBITT, b. December 23, 1848, Benton County, Tennessee, USA; d. February 17, 1905.

88. ALLEN T. CORBITT (MEREDITH, JOHN, ANN TYNER, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born May 13, 1817 in Camden, Benton, Tennessee, USA, and died March 17, 1889 in Plant, Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA. He married (1) MILLY ANN PARTHENA RUSHING March 11, 1839 in Benton County, Tennessee, USA. She was born February 24, 1822 in Pleasant Valley, Benton, Tennessee, USA, and died October 19, 1859 in Benton County, Tennessee, USA. He married (2) EMERINE ZERELDA STRIBLING June 22, 1860. She was born January 31, 1836 in Scott County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 03, 1908 in Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA.

Children of ALLEN CORBITT and MILLY RUSHING are:
.....i.....JAMES NEWTON CORBITT, b. September 07, 1842, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
.....ii.....WILLIAM DENNIS CORBITT, b. May 23, 1844, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
238.....iii.....AMOS JACKSON CORBITT, b. July 08, 1847, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
.....iv.....GEORGE WHEELER CORBITT, b. November 26, 1849, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
.....v......LUCINDA ELIZABETH CORBITT, b. April 14, 1853, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
.....vi.....ROLAND GILBERT CORBITT, b. August 15, 1855, Benton County, Tennessee, USA.
.....vii.....DEMPSEY ALLEN CORBITT, b. May 22, 1858, Benton County, Tennessee, USA; d. Missouri, USA.

Children of ALLEN CORBITT and EMERINE STRIBLING are:
239.....viii.....JESSE VAWTER CORBITT, b. December 10, 1861, Plant, Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA; d. October 01, 1917, Plant, Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA.
240.....ix.....NELLIE Z. CORBITT, b. November 28, 1863, Plant, Humphreys, Tennessee, USA; d. July 06, 1949.
.....x.....REUBEN EUGENE CORBITT, b. October 17, 1866, Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA; m. BESSIE GERTRUDE PLANT, April 05, 1896, Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA; b. July 1875, Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA.
.....xi......EDDIE SMITH CORBITT, b. March 24, 1868; d. August 01, 1872.
.....xii.....ANNIE MARY CORBITT, b. March 05, 1870; d. July 26, 1871.
.....xiii.....ALVIN HAWKINS CORBITT, b. October 22, 1872; d. October 16, 1925.
241.....xiv.....PLEASANT STRIBLING CORBITT, b. December 14, 1874, Johnsonville, Humphreys, Tennessee, USA; d. August 1948.
.....xv.....EMMA N. CORBITT, b. January 15, 1877; d. September 20, 1938; m. WILLIAM ANDREW DUNCAN, December 25, 1901; b. October 29, 1873; d. Abt. 1955.
.....xvi......HESSIE CORBITT, b. January 23, 1879; d. May 07, 1880.

89. SARAH TYNER (JESSE, JOHN, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1775, and died Abt. 1816. She married WILLIAM FARRAR March 01, 1804 in Johnston County, North Carolina, USA. He was born Abt. 1775, and died Abt. 1825.

Notes for SARAH TYNER:
William Ferrer (M26-45) appears as head of a family in Johnston Co, NC 1810 census, page 229. Also enumerated are F26-45,M<10, 2F<10.

7/24/1804: James Tiner sold to William Farrow, for consideration of 1 silver dollar per year for 10 yrs, a plantation on the north side of the Neuse River given to James Tiner by his father Jesse Tiner and commonly called by Tiner"s Old Place. Wit: B Stevens. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC Deed Book D-2, page 296.

1804: William Farrow, of Capt. Adin Powell's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 170 acres.

2/24/1806: Deed from Needham Davis to James Tiner was proved by William Farrow. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 091.

1807: William Farrow, of Capt. Charles Steven's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 170 acres.

8/23/1808: Jurors drawn for next court: William Farrar. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 041.

1810: 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 plus 2 slaves.

1810: William Farrow, of Capt. Barnaby Bill's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, assessed for poll tax only.

10/27/1811: William Farrow and Alfred Whitley witnessed a deed from Jesse Tiner to William Tiner. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC Deed Book G-2, page 295.

11/26/1811: Jurors drawn for next court: William Farrow. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 269.

1/8/1812: Jesse Tiner gave to William Farrow, both of Johnston Co, for better maintainance to my son-in-law , a negro girl Cherry, about 4 years. Wit: Thomas Edawrds Sr, John Tiner. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC Deed Book G-2, page 291.

1813: William Farrow, of Capt. Alfred Whitley's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 100 acres plus 1 slave.

1815: William Farrow, of Capt. Alfred Whitley's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 100 acres on north side of Nuce River plus 1 slave.

3/19/1816: Marriage of William Farror and Catharine Turley is recorded in Johnston Co, NC.

1816: William Farrow, of Capt. William H. Guy's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 100 acres plus 1 slave.

1813-1820: H. Ingram to William Farrow. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC Deed Book J-2, page 094.

1817: William Farrow, of Capt. Daniel Boon's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 250 acres.

1818: William Farrow, of Capt. Daniel Boon's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 250 acres.

1819: William Farror, of Capt. William Braddy's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 250 acres.

11/30/1820: Deed from William Farrow to Needham Ingram to be registered. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 140.

1820: William Farrow, of Capt. William Braddy's District, appears in Johnston Co, NC List of Taxables, as owning 100 acres plus 1 slave.

1820-25: William Farrow to Needham Bryan. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC Deed Book L-2, page 121.

8/23/1825: Needham G. Bryan appointed administrator on the estate of William Farrow, deceased. Sec: Bryan Smith, John Eason. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 120.

8/25/1825: Needham G. Bryan, administrator of the estate of William Farrow, deceased, submitted inventory and an account of sales. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 122.

12/1/1825: Needham G. Bryan, administrator of the estate of William Farror, deceased, to be allowed to sell on a credit of 6 months, one negro girl, belonging to the estate. Needham G. Bryan admitted an account of sales of the estate of William Farrow. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 129.

5/25/1826: Needham G. Bryan admitted an account of sales of the estate of William Farrow. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC County Court Minutes, page 150.

4/8/1828: Needham G. Bryan, of Johnston Co, appointed Thomas Rice and Bythan Bryan as my lawful attorneys to settle the estate of John Whitley Jr, deceased. Also, settle the estate of William Farror, deceased. Wit: R. H. Helme, John J. Powell. Recorded in Johnston Co, NC Deed Book O-2, page 143.

Children of SARAH TYNER and WILLIAM FARRAR are:
.....i.....ELIZA FARRAR, m. RICHARD TURLEY, June 29, 1822, Johnston County, North Carolina.

Notes for ELIZA FARRAR:
Per Bob Burton at http://genforum.genealogy.com/farrow/messages/832.html :
Eliza married a man named Richard Turley and migrated to New Hanover Co, to live amongst the FARROWs. The family remained there until Richard's death sometime after the 1830 census, at which time Eliza took her family to Whiteville in Columbus Co, maybe to live near her sister Polly Joyner. Her son William H. Turley returned to New Hanover Co and can be found as an 18 year old apprentice in the household of John C. (M28) and Caroline (F35) Farrow.

Richard was an apprentice 27 February 1811 in Johnston County, North Carolina. Source: (Johnston Co. NC, Court Minutes, Book 8, page 221). The court ordered that Richard Turley orphan of Richard Turley be bound an apprentice to Richard WARREN, untill he arrive to the age of twenty one he being about ten at this time, to be taught the farming business.

1830: Richard Turley (M20-30) appears as head of a family in New Hanover Co, NC census, page 158. Also enumerated are F20-30,M15-20,F5-10,M<5,2F<5.

.....ii......JESSE FARRAR.
Is this he?
Jesse Farrow (1810-aft 1855) md Matilda Robeson (1816-1863) sometime before 1836.
1850: Jesse (M40) and Matilda (F34) Farrow appear as heads of a family in New Hanover Co, NC census, page 347. Enumerated as a fisherman.
242.....iii.....MARY J. FARRAR, b. Abt. 1810, Johnston County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1873, Columbus County, North Carolina.
.....iv.....JOHN FARRAR.
.....v.....BEULAH FARRAR.
.....vi.....BENJAMIN FARRAR.

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

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.

Children of LEWIS TYNER and CELIA MIDYETT are:
.....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.
.....ii.....CELIA ANN TYNER, b. Abt. 1818, North Carolina, USA; m. (1) SAMPSON DEATON; m. (2) PETER F. CROWELL, July 01, 1867, Madison County, Tennessee, USA.
.....iii.....SARAH E. CATHERINE TYNER, b. April 12, 1825, Tennessee, USA; d. June 10, 1860, Madison County, Tennessee, USA; m. WILLIAM H. WATSON, February 10, 1843, Madison County, Tennessee, USA.

91. WILLIAM ARCH TYNER (JESSE, JOHN, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born abt 1789 in Johnston County, North Carolina, USA, and died Aft. 1880 in Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA. He married (1) LUCINDA WEBB September 27, 1845 in Monroe County, Mississippi, USA. She was born Bet. 1818 - 1823 in South Carolina, USA, and died Bet. 1870 - 1878 in Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA. He married (2) SARAH LUCH on February 16, 1878. She was born in Mississippi abt 1841.

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
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)
----------------------------
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.

.....William Tyner, called Captain by his many friends in Itawamba County was no ordinary 19th Century Itawambian. William Tyner was a farmer and operated a fish trap (a partial dam constructed on the river that creates a deeper pool of water above the partial dam, where fish are collected as they travel downstream) on the Tombigbee River. He and his family lived in the northern section of the county on the old North Road between Ryan's Well and Fulton, east of the Tombigbee River.
.....Captain Tyner was born during the late 1700's in Johnston County, North Carolina and was a very tall man. It has been said that he fought in the Indian Wars of the early 19th Century. A few Itawambians who lived in the Ryan's Well area remembered their parents talking about Captain Tyner. It was said that he lived to be well over 100 years of age. Most all local accounts state that he died during the 1890's (although the old cemetery monument has the dates 1789-1880). He is enumerated in the Itawamba County census records through the 1880 census, and is listed as 91 years of age in the latter. Shortly before coming to Itawamba County, he married Lucinda Webb on September 27, 1845 in neighboring Monroe County. Captain Tyner was buried on his farm near his house and today an old stone marks the old Tyner family graveyard near the intersection of Mt. Pleasant Road and John E. Rankin Highway.
.....Captain Tyner, besides being a hill country farmer, also ran a fish trap on the Tombigbee River near present-day Walker's Bridge. Below is an excerpt from the June 21, 1888 edition of the Fulton Reporter newspaper:
....."…I was sitting on the bank of the river, at Tyner's fish trap, and noticed a very large cat near a very steep bank, and then and there shook himself and trotted off towards the Leigh fields...."
.....By reading this article from the old newspaper, it is quite evident that Tyner's fish trap was in wild territory and even today some of the most dense swamps and forests of Itawamba County are located in the old Tyner's fish trap area. The old Captain, as he was called in his later years, was an early Itawamba settler who is a part of the rich history and heritage of Itawamba County, Mississippi.

Fish Trap Description from The Missionary Gazetteer, Charles Williams, 1828, Edinburgh, p. 98
Posted by Bob Franks, Publications Editor
http://itawambahistory.blogspot.com/2007/12/captain-william-tyner.html

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and LUCINDA WEBB are:
243......i.....NANCY TYNER, b. Abt. 1848, Itawamba Co, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1878.
.....ii.....MARY A. TYNER, b. Abt. 1849, Itawamba Co, Mississippi; m. HENRY MORGAN, April 28, 1869, Itawamba Co, Mississippi.
.....iii.....CATHERINE MARIAH TYNER, b. Abt. 1852, Itawamba County, Mississippi; m. JOHN DAVIS DYKES, Abt. 1881, Itawamba County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1938.
244.....iv.....WILLIAM ARCH TYNER, b. March 1853, Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA; d. September 1927, Hempstead County, Arkansas, USA.
.....v.....DRED LEWIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1855, Itawamba County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1926, California; m. BETTIE PAYNE, Abt. 1876, Lee County, Mississippi. Dred was married 7 times. He had 10 boys and 1 girl Tessy. Allegedly, he had held his last wife when she was only a baby!
.....vi.....JAMES S. TYNER, b. Abt. 1857, Itawamba Co, Mississippi; m. MOLLY HILL, December 16, 1879, Lee County, Mississippi.
.....vii.....JEMIMA CARRINA TYNER, b. Abt. 1861, Itawamba Co, Mississippi.
245.....viii......BEADIE ANN TYNER, b. April 1863, Itawamba Co, Mississippi, USA; m. JAMES CARPENTER HILL, December 16, 1879, Lee County, Mississippi, USA. She d. 20 January 1907 there. He was b. 01 Apr 1844 and d. 13 Sep 1932 Lee County, Mississippi.
Children of WILLIAM ARCH TYNER and SARAH LUCH are:
.....i.....JAMES W. TINER, born 05 Jan 1869, died 24 Mar 1949
244A.....ii.....WINNIE LUCINDA TINER or WINNIE LUCINDA TYNER, born 09 Sep 1876 in Saltilo, Lee, Mississippi and died 19 Nov 1953 in West Memphis, Crittenden, Arkansas. She married a J. W. TYNER born Jul 1839 in Alabama. Source: Kay Poling's TINER FAMILY TREE 2012 on Ancestry.com

92. JOHN TYNER (JESSE, JOHN, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) b. about 1818 NC and died about 1880 Johnston County, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH MUNDEN, born abt. 1816 NC, died after 1880 in NC.(Bear in mind that the allaroundus family tree on ancestry.com attaches John to different parents; see 7A above.)

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: M653_903; Page: 382; Image: 210. John Tiner ...49...NC
Elizabeth Tiner ...40...NC
Nancy Tiner ...23...NC
Isaac Tiner ...22...NC
Ashley Tiner... 19...NC
Bythan Tiner... 18...NC
Julia Tiner ...15...NC
Willis Tiner ...10...NC
Elizabeth Tiner... 8...NC
Zilla Tiner... 2...NC
E Watson ...25...NC
Piely Watson ...20...NC
George Watson ...2...NC

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Ingrams, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: M593_1145; Page: 414B; Image: 207; Family History Library Film: 552644.
John Tiner...61...NC...farmer...$100 real property...$100 personal property
Betty Tiner...50...NC
Willis Tiner...20...NC...farm hand
Betty Tiner...18...NC...at home
Zilly Tiner...13...NC...at home

1880 Census Place: Boon Hill, Johnston Co, North Carolina
Source: FHL Film 1254969 National Archives Film T9-0960 Page 485C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
TYNER, John ... M... M ... W... 72... NC... Occ: Farmer... FA: NC... MO: NC
Tyner, Elizabeth...Wife... F...M...W...62... NC... Occ: Keeping House...FA: NC ...MO: NC
Tyner, Elizabeth...Dau... F... S... W... 27...NC ...FA: NC...MO: NC
Tyner, Zilla A ...Dau... F... S... W... 21...NC ...FA: NC... MO: NC
Tyner, Robert ... SSon ... M... S...W...03... NC... FA: NC... MO: NC

Children of JOHN TYNER and ELIZABETH MUNDEN:
413.....i.....ASHLEY G. TYNER, b. Oct 1840, married SERENA MARGARET STRICKLAND 25 Oct 1868 in Johnston County, NC. She was born 5 Jan 1847 in Johnston County, NC, and died 16 Jan 1929.
.....ii.....BETH ANN TYNER, b. abt 1842 Johnston County, North Carolina.
.....iii.....JULIA ANN TYNER, b. abt. 1845 Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina.
414.....iv.....WILLIS A. TYNER, b. 17 Oct 1849 Bentonville, Johnston, North Carolina; died 15 Mar 1912; married KIZZIE E. CAPPS. She was b. 10 Jan 1851 and d. 11 Feb 1921, both in Johnston County, NC. Tyner-Capps Cemetery, State Road 2539, Boonhill Township, NC.
.....v.....ELIZABETH TYNER, b. abt. 1852 Johnston County, North Carolina.
.....vi.....ZILLA A. TYNER, b. 23 Dec 1858 Johnston County, North Carolina; d. 17 Feb 1932; married JOHN WALTER WORLEY 14 Feb 1884 Princeton, Johnston, North Carolina, USA. They're buried in Worley Family Cemetery, Boon Hill, Johnston County, North Carolina.

93. 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 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, son of GEORGE DALE and JULIA DAILY. He was born February 08, 1786 in Westmoreland County, Virginiam USA, and died October 24, 1854 in Lagro Twp., Wabash County, Indiana, USA.

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

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.

Sources include World Tree "Howard/Coppock/Prickett" by Paula Phillips at Ancestry.com

Children of NANCY TYNER and ALEXANDER DALE are:
249.....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.
250.....iv.....EMELINE DALE, b. June 14, 1821, Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana; d. January 15, 1917, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v.....WILSON T. DALE, b. October 29, 1824, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1888; m. CHARITY MORGAN.
251.....vi.....HIRAM DALE, b. July 30, 1826, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Aft. 1911.
252.....vii.....EPHRAIM O. DALE, b. Abt. 1829; d. Abt. 1915, Rush County, Indiana.
253.....viii.....LEWIS DALE, b. Abt. 1831, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1919.
254.....ix.....OLIVER S. DALE, b. Abt. 1835, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Aft. 1921, Marion, Grant County, Indiana?.

94. WILLIAM TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 02, 1795 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died Bef. 1827 in Blue River Twp., Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married PRUDENCE CALDWELL November 04, 1819 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of TRAIN CALDWELL and ELIZABETH DEHAVEN. She was born April 09, 1803, and died June 05, 1827.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and PRUDENCE CALDWELL are:
255.....i.....ELIZABETH TYNER, b. June 01, 1820; m. THOMAS JOSEPH KEATON, April 05, 1838, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; b. February 13, 1813.
256.....ii......THOMAS JEFFERSON TYNER, b. Abt. 1822.
.....iii.....JAMES MADISON TYNER, b. Abt. 1824.

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

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 Tyner..56..Female..SC
Amanda Tyner..20.. IN
James Tyner..15 Farmer..IN
Alexander Tyner..12.. IN
Theodore Tyner .. 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 DRUZILLA REID are:
257.....i......SYDNOR DALE TYNER, b. March 21, 1818, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. September 19, 1902, Overbrook, Osage, Kansas, USA.
258.....ii.....ELIJAH M. TYNER, b. November 20, 1819, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....HARRIET S. TYNER, b. November 07, 1821; d. August 05, 1822.
.....iv.....ARCHIBALD R. TYNER, b. May 23, 1823; d. April 02, 1824.
259.....v.....RICHARD A. TYNER, b. February 13, 1825, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. November 12, 1897, Colorado, USA.
.....vi.....EPHRAIM D. TYNER, b. August 04, 1827; d. November 07, 1828.
260.....vii.....AMANDA E. TYNER, b. February 15, 1830, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. October 10, 1912, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....FRANCIS E. TYNER, b. December 27, 1832; d. October 10, 1833.
261.....ix.....JAMES N. TYNER, b. September 29, 1834, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1920, LaFontaine, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
262.....x.....WILLIAM ALEXANDER TYNER, b. December 12, 1837, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA; d. September 25, 1923.
263. .....xi.....THEODORE G. TYNER, b. June 17, 1841, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. May 17, 1909, Osage County, Kansas, USA.

96. 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, IN.

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM WATTS are:
264.....i.....ELIZA WATTS, b. March 31, 1824, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. September 14, 1886.
.....ii.....HARRIETT WATTS, b. December 22, 1826; d. June 02, 1902; m. JAMES DUNCAN.
265.....iii.....JOHN F. WATTS, b. August 28, 1827, Blue River Township, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana; d. September 08, 1875, Hancock County, Indiana.
266.....iv.....WILLIAM H. WATTS, b. June 21, 1829, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....v.....ELIZABETH WATTS, b. Abt. 1831.
267.....vi.....GEORGE WASHINGTON WATTS, b. February 06, 1833; d. Abt. 1908.
268.....vii.....SARAH A. WATTS, b. October 16, 1838.
.....viii......JEFFERSON WATTS, b. Abt. 1840.

151. MEHITABEL TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 1798, and died February 06, 1877 in Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA. She married SYDNOR DALE Abt. 1816, son of GEORGE DALE and HANNAH DALE. He was born January 26, 1796 in Woodford County, Kentucky, USA, and died Abt. 1828 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MEHITABEL TYNER:
See http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/LOWER-DELMARVA-ROOTS/2001-07/0994128244 and Don T. Mitchell's WorldTree at Ancestry.com. He gives them a handful more children.

Children of MEHITABEL TYNER and SYDNOR DALE are:
269.....i......IRWIN T. DALE, b. Abt. 1823, Indiana, USA; d. December 24, 1907, Noblesville Township, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.
270.....ii.....MARTHA ANN DALE, b. April 24, 1824, Noblesville Township, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA; d. October 24, 1890, Antioch, Huntington County, Indiana, USA.
271.....iii.....MATILDA DALE, b. Abt. 1826, Indiana, USA.
272.....iv......ELIZABETH DALE, b. Abt. 1828, Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.

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

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.

1860 - Polk, Marshall, Indiana
Thos Tyner...59...farmer...$1000 real estate...$300 personal...KY
Ezilpha Tyner...49...housekeeper...OH
Francis M Tyner...30...$500 real...farmer...IN
Wm W Tyner...33...painter...IN
Richard H Tyner...20...farmer...IN
Thos C Tyner...17...farmer...IN
Maryette Tyner...13...IN
James M Tyner...10...IN
John Neff...26...farmer...OH
Amicab Neff...25...housekeeper...IN
Marion Neff...6...IN

1870 - Polk, Marshall, Indiana
Tyner, Thomas...69...farmer...KY
...Ezilpha Tyner...59...OH
...Richard H. H. Tyner...29...engineer in machine shop...IN
...James W. Tyner...21...engineer in machine shop...IN
Shepherd, W. Ian...65...common trader...$1200...Vermont
Gregg (?), Henry...29...owner of stave factory...OH
Early, Patrick...laborer...24...Ireland

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

She is buried in Plot: Row 21, Grave 9 of Tyner Cemetery, Tyner, Marshall, Indiana with full birth/date dates. He's there, too:
FRONT OF STONE
Our father & mother- south side of stone
Thomas Tyner, June 8, 1800- Oct, 18, 1880. East side of stone
On east side of reg stone is a memorial stone from the Tyner H.S. Class of 1957 Reads:
Thomas Tyner, founder of Tyner City. He was honored and respected, and will be mourned by all who knew him.
Peaceful be his slumber.

Children of THOMAS TYNER and EZILPHA CALDWELL are:
273.....i.....WILLIAM WASHINGTON TYNER, b. May 06, 1827, Indiana, USA.
274.....ii.....FRANCIS MARION TYNER, b. December 29, 1829, Polk Township, Shelby, Marshall County, Indiana, USA; d. February 22, 1877, Tyner, Marshall County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....ELIZA AMERICA TYNER, b. September 22, 1832.
275.....iv.....ELIZABETH CLEMENTINE TYNER, b. March 25, 1835, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....EZILPHA INDIANA TYNER, b. January 28, 1838.
276.....vi.....RICHARD HENRY HARRISON TYNER, b. November 22, 1840, Indiana, USA.
277.....vii.....THOMAS CLAY TYNER, b. October 12, 1843, Indiana, USA.
278.....viii.....MARIETTA CAROLINE TYNER, b. April 06, 1846, Indiana.
279.....ix.....JAMES MADISON TYNER, b. July 01, 1849, Indiana, USA.

99. ELIZABETH T. TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 02, 1802 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died May 22, 1890 in Hancock County, Indiana. She married JAMES M. CALDWELL December 25, 1825 in Shelby County, Indiana, son of TRAIN CALDWELL and ELIZABETH DEHAVEN. He was born Abt. 1805, and died May 31, 1864 in Hancock County, Indiana. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone in Hinchman Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

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. October 3, 1830, Blue River Township, Hancock County, Indiana, USA, died August 28, 1854. Burial: Hinchman Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.< BR> 280.....iv.....JAMES MADISON CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1835, Indiana.
.....v.....ZILPHA ELLEN CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1839.

100. ABARILLA TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 01, 1804 in Scott County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 05, 1879. She married JOHN FOSTER January 07, 1824 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1794 in South Carolina, and died April 07, 1865 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. She is buried with John Foster in Hinchman Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana, USA/ findagrave.com has photo of tombstone.

Notes for ABARILLA TYNER:
Descendants per Don T. Mitchell's WorldTree at ancestry.com

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Centre, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M432_149; Page: 172; Image: 16.
John Foster...53...SC...farmer...$2500
Abbyvilla Foster...47...KY
William Foster...24...IN...farmer...$300
James Foster...21...IN...farmer
Eliza Foster...20...IN
John F Foster...15...IN...farmer
America Foster...11...IN
Thomas B Foster...9...IN
Martha Foster...6...IN
Howard Richardson...22...OH...farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M653_263; Page: 589; Image: 590
John Foster...63...SC...farmer...$2600 real estate...$400 personal
Abberullur Foster...56...KY
America Foster...19...IN
Thomas B Foster...17...IN...teaching com. schl.
Martha Foster...16...IN
Robert S Ellsbury...19...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M593_320; Page: 359; Image: 185
Aberilla Foster...68...KY...keeping house...$9000 real estate...$500 personal

Children of ABARILLA TYNER and JOHN FOSTER are:
.....i.....SUSAN ANN FOSTER, b. 19 Feb 1825, died 02 Sep 1846. Buried in Hinchman Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana with her parents and a brother.
.....ii.....WILLIAM FOSTER, b. Abt. 1826, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....JAMES FOSTER, b. Abt. 1829, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
281.....iv.....ELIZA FOSTER, b. Abt. 1830, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....JOHN FRANKLIN FOSTER, b. 14 Feb 1836, Hancock County, Indiana, USA, died 04 Apr 1905 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, USA. . At findagrave.com see more newspaper articles and a photo of his tombstone from Citizens Cemetery, Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, USA.

Weekly Arizona Journal Miner, Prescott Arizona Territory, Wednesday, April 5, 1905, page 8, column 6
.....Frank Foster, with who, Sheriff J. E. Lowry came to Arizona along about 1878 from California, died at his home on south Granite street yesterday morning about 3 o'clock, as the result of asthma, which has troubled him for years. Deceased was nearly seventy years old, and has spent the greater part of his life prospecting and developing mining property in this county.
.....He was a veteran of the Civil war, serving in an Indiana regiment.
.....Funeral services will be held here tomorrow if no advice to the contrary is received from a brother in Indiana, to whom a telegram was sent yesterday by Probate Judge Hicks.
.....The remains are being prepared for burial by Undertaker Frank F. Nevin's establishment.
.....vi.....ROBERT HARRISON FOSTER, b. 19 Sep 1834, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; died 07 Sep 1846. Buried in Hinchman Cemetery, Greenfield, Hanock County, Indiana., USA.
.....vii......AMERICA FOSTER, b. Abt. 1839, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....THOMAS BENTON FOSTER, b. 11 Oct 1841, Hancock County, Indiana, USA, died 06 Apr 1913 Carbondale, Jackson, Illinois, USA. Thomas was buried in Tuscola Township Cemetery, Tuscola, Douglas County, Illinois, USA.
.....ix.....MARTHA FOSTER, b. Abt. 1844, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.

101. SUSAN TYNER (RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1807, and died August 07, 1890 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana. She married JACOB HUNTINGTON December 24, 1848 in Hancock County, Indiana, son of SILAS HUNTINGTON and ELIZABETH HOLLOWAY. He was born October 12, 1804 in Clermont County, Ohio, and died November 22, 1880 in Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana.

Notes for SUSAN TYNER:
Susan was b. May 1811 in Kentucky, d. 7 Aug 1890 in Hancock Co, IN, buried Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Center Twp, Hancock Co, IN, per Hancock County, Indiana, Tombstone Inscriptions: One Hundred Years, 1833-1933, pg. 242. Burial in Lot 8, Grave 6, Section OPC 2 of Park Cemetery, Center Township, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. Her findagrave.com Memorial Page is at 147998464.

Sources include http://www.huntington.tierranet.com/db/fam00359.htm and http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wil&id=I1026 and
http://www.huntington.tierranet.com/db/names14.htm#TYNER

Don T. Mitchell's WorldTree at ancestry.com has Jacob Huntington born in New York.

Child of SUSAN TYNER and JACOB HUNTINGTON is:
.....i.....HENRY V. HUNTINGTON, b. Abt. 1850, Connersville Twp., Fayette, Indiana.

102. HARRISON TYNER (RICHARD , HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 08, 1814 in Scott County, Kentucky, USA, and died November 22, 1903 in Mason, Effingham, Illinois, USA. He married LOVINA PENWELL December 27, 1832 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, daughter of GEORGE PENWELL and ANNA TYNER. She was born September 29, 1813 in Hancock County, Illinois, USA, and died August 07, 1902 in Mason, Effingham, Illinois, USA.

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

1860 Effingham Co, IL, Mason
8 Harrison Tyner...47...boot & shoemaker...KY
...Lavina Tyner...46...IN
...William H Tyner..20...IN,
...Oscar N.Tyner ...17...IN,
...Charles W. Tyner ...9...IN

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

1900 Effingham Co, IL, Mason
185 Harrison Tyner... June1814...85... KY, SC, SC,
...Lavinia Tyner... March 1813... 87... m68... 9 children, 3 living... IN, IN, IN

Sources include Don Mitchell's World tree at Ancestry.com

Name: Harrison Tyner ,
Residence: Mason, Illinois
Enlistment Date: 15 August 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Illinois
Unit Numbers: 361 361
Service Record: Enlisted as a Lieutenant 2nd Class on 15 August 1861
Enlisted in Company B, 38th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 19 August 1861.
Promoted to Full Captain on 06 December 1861
Resigned Company B, 38th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 21 February 1863

Name: Harrison Tyner ,
Residence: Mason, Illinois
Enlistment Date: 11 June 1864
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Illinois
Unit Numbers: 323 323
Service Record: Enlisted as a Major on 11 June 1864
Commission in Company S, 143rd Infantry Regiment Illinois on 11 June 1864.
Mustered out Company S, 143rd Infantry Regiment Illinois on 26 September 1864 in Mattoon, IL

Children of HARRISON TYNER and LOVINA PENWELL are:
282.....i......GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER, b. Abt. 1833, LaPorte County, Indiana, USA; d. October 03, 1863, Pocahantas, (Coffee? McNairy?), Tennessee, USA.
283.....ii.....DAVID LOUIS TYNER, b. October 1836, La Porte County, Indiana, USA; d. June 30, 1909, Mason, Effingham, Illinois, USA.
.....iii.....WILLIAM HENRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1840, Indiana; d. July 26, 1863.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY TYNER:
William Henry Tyner died in the Civil War, a member of Co. B, 38th Illinois Infantry.

So who are these other W.H. Tyners?

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.

284.....iv.....OSCAR NEWTON TYNER, b. October 09, 1842, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. September 02, 1926, Kinmundy, Marion County, Illinois, USA.
.....v.....JOSEPHINE TYNER, b. Abt. 1846, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1860.
285.....vi.....CHARLES W. TYNER, b. November 1850, Indiana, USA.

103. HARRIS TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 26, 1795 in Little River, Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA, and died January 21, 1881 in Brightwood, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married MARGARET THOMPSON September 15, 1814 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOHN THOMPSON and LETTICE MILHOLLAND. She was born March 25, 1794 in Kings Mountain, Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died June 14, 1857 in Marion County, Indiana, USA.

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.

Dennis Ward of the Tyner Mailing List says for a short time he commanded a Fort near Chicago, Illinois.

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

1820 Tyner, Harris 18-26 IN Fayette Connersville 12 100100
300100100 1 male un 10, 1 male 18-26, 3 fem und 10, 1 fem 26-45

HISTORY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY
Harris Tyner appears from the report of Mr. Yandes to have been the first tax collector. George Smith, of the Gazette, was elected coroner at the regular election in August, but seems not to have served, and the first in service was Harris Tyner, commissioned 9/1/1823.
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Harris Tyner was born in Sc. He emigrated to Ky and from there to Indiana in 1805, and settled in what is now Franklin Co. In 2/1821, he moved to Marion Co and settled in the northern part of Warren township, where he resided at the dime of his death in 1881. Harris Tyner served as county commissioner for 12 years. He was in the war of 1812, also in the Black Hawk war.
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Residents of Warren co in 1829:
Harris Tyner, the west half of the southeast quarter of section 22, township 16, range 4.
Elizabeth Cox, the west half of the southwest quarter of section 22, township 16, range 4.

Harris Tyner found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Indiana, 1860
Age: 65
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: SC
State: Indiana
County: MARION
Locale: WARREN TWP
Series: M653
Roll: 279
Part: 1
Page: 221

Source: 1880 Census Place: Washington, Marion [co], Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254293 National Archives Film T9-0293 page 367A Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
TYNER, Benmimne... Self ... M ...M... W...55... IN ...Occ: Farmer...Fa: SC ...Mo: unknown
Elizabeth Tyner ...Wife...F ... M...W ... 55... KY ...Occ:KeepingHouse...Fa: VA ...Mo: KY
Frances Tyner ... Dau ...F...S...W... 23 ... IN... Occ:At Home...Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
Lillie Tyner... Dau... F...S ... W ...22...IN ...Occ:At H0me...Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
Cora B Tyner ... Dau ... F...S ...W 19... IN... Occ:At Home... Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
Hattie...Dau... F... S... W... 17... IN ...Occ:At HOme... Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
Eddie E Tyner... Son ... M ...S ...W...13...Occ:At Home.....Fa: IN ... Mo: KY
Cora B Tyner...Dau... F... S...W...19 ... IN ...Occ:At Home...Fa: IN ... Mo: KY
Hattie Tyner ... Dau... F... S... W ...17 ... IN... Occ:At Home ... Fa: IN ... Mo: KY
Eddie E Tyner... Son... M... S... W... 13... IN ...Occ:At Home ... Fa: IN ... Mo: KY
John L Tyner ... Son... M ...S... W...14... IN... Occ:At Home ... Fa: IN ... Mo: KY
BOWLUS, MaryJ ...Dau... F... W .. W...25 ...IN... Occ:At Home... Fa: IN... Mo: KY
, Olivia Bowlus...GDau...F ...S... W...04...IN ... Fa: IN ...Mo: IN
, George Bowlus… Gson... M... S... W...02...IN...Fa: IN ...Mo: IN
TYNER, Harris... Father... M... W ... W... 85 ...SC ...Occ: At Home...Fa: ENG ...Mo: ENG

Children of HARRIS TYNER and MARGARET THOMPSON are:
286.....i.....ELIZABETH TYNER, b. June 08, 1815, Marion County, Indiana, USA; m. SAMUEL H. THARP, November 26, 1840, Marion County, Indiana, USA. They moved to Johnson County, Missouri, per Don Mitchell, where she died 19 Dec 1889. He was born abt. 1815 Ohio and died 24 February 1889. Both are buried in Quick Cemetery, Johnson County, MO. They had nine children.

287.....ii.....LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER, b. May 29, 1820, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. September 11, 1884, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....FREDERICK TYNER, b. Abt. 1821, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; m. LENORA BUCHOHN, June 08, 1848, Marion County, Indiana, USA. I dunno about this...there is a Frederick Tyner in Marion Co. IN who was born in the 1820's or 1830's, but he and his wife were born in Prussia or Germany, depending on the census. I haven't found an Indiana-born Frederick in the census yet.

288.....iv.....WILLIAM ELIJAH TYNER, b. February 05, 1822, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1879, southeast Kansas.
289.....v.....MARY ANN TYNER, b. September 29, 1822, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. October 24, 1897, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
290.....vi.....BENJAMIN TYNER, b. July 26, 1824, Abbeville District, South Carolina; d. November 16, 1893, Marion County, Indiana, USA.
291.....vii.....SARAH JANE TYNER, b. October 08, 1826, Warren Township, Marion County, Indiana; d. March 12, 1866, Marion County, Indiana.
292. viii.....HARRIS TYNER, b. October 12, 1828, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. February 04, 1910, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.
.....ix.....MALINDA TYNER, b. August 28, 1831, Marion County, Indiana.
293.....x.....CHARLOTTE TYNER, b. August 19, 1833, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. November 24, 1853, Bentley, Hancock, Illinois, USA.
294.....xi.....NANCY TYNER, b. April 25, 1836, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. December 14, 1921, Hancock County, Illinois, USA.
295.....xii.....MALINDA TYNER, b. Abt. 1837, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA.
296.....xiii.....JOHN TYNER, b. February 14, 1817, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1871, Henry County, Iowa, USA.

104. MARY ANNE TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 13, 1796 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died January 07, 1864 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She married WILLIAM MARTIN Abt. 1812 in Indiana, USA, 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, USA.

Notes for MARY ANNE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M432_144; Page: 176; Image: 355.
William Martin 64...VA...farmer...$4400
Mary A. Martin...54...SC
Amos Martin...17...VA (ancestry.com thinks it's IA)
next door, 105/107:
Silas Martin...19...IA?...farmer
Eliza F. Martin...18...IA?

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM MARTIN are:
.....i.....RICHARD MARTIN, m. PERMELIA ?.
.....ii.....SARA MARTIN, m. HENRY CALFE.
297.....iii.....MATILDA MARTIN, b. October 01, 1813, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. October 02, 1848, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
298.....iv.....MALINDA MARTIN, b. March 29, 1818, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. June 11, 1886, Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA.
299.....v.....STEPHEN H. MARTIN, b. November 1823, Indiana, USA.
300.....vi.....GEORGE MARTIN, b. November 20, 1825, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. April 12, 1904, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
301.....vii.....AMOS MARTIN, b. May 04, 1828, Indiana, USA; d. December 21, 1867.
302.....viii.....SILAS MARTIN, b. September 1830, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....ix.....ELIZA F. MARTIN, b. Abt. 1832.

105. ELIJAH TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 21, 1797 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died February 01, 1872 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) MARTHA MCCUNE April 09, 1818 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, daughter of SAMUEL MCCUNE and MARGARET MCMILLEN. She was born September 02, 1800 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died July 16, 1821 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARY NELSON September 08, 1822 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. She was born June 30, 1809, and died March 31, 1830. He married (3) SARAH A. HALBERSTADT January 16, 1832 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOHN HALBERSTADT and SUSAN SHANK. She was born July 24, 1808 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died July 06, 1888 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. She and Elijah are buried in Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery, Blue River Township, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana.

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.

Residence: 1850 - Blue River, Hancock, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Blue River, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M432_149; Page: 215; Image: 103.
Tyner, Elijah...52...NC...merchant...$17260
...Sarah A.Tyner ...41...IN
...Washington Tyner...18...IN...farmer
...John H. Tyner...15...IN
...Oliver N. Tyner ...12...IN
...James M. Tyner...10...IN
...Elbert Tyner...7...IN
...Lonzo Tyner...3...IN
...Missouri...1...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Blue River, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M653_263; Page: 766; Image: 767
#1425
Elijah Tyner...63...merchant...$30,600 real estate...$12,500 personal... NC
Sarah Tyner...50...IN
Oliver H Tyner...21...salesman...IN
James M Tyner...19...salesman...IN
Albert Tyner...16...salesman...IN
Alonzo Tyner...15...IN
Miriam A Tyner...10...IN
Martha Manwaring...20...IN...domestic

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Blue River, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M593_320; Page: 274; Image: 15.
Tyner, Elijah...78...retired farmer...$47,500 real estate...$10,000 personal...NC
...Sarah A. Tyner ...61...keeping house...IN
...Elbert Tyner...26...farmer...IN
...Alonzo Tyner...24...farmer...IN
Pentecost, Abagail...24...white...domestic servant...IN

Census: 1880 ...Census Place...Blue River, Hancock, Indiana, Family History Library Film ...1254282, NA Film Number ...T9-0282, Page Number ...192B
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

Sarah Halberstadt's parents were born in Maryland.

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.

"Hancock Co, Indiana Tombstone Inscriptions: One Hundred Years, 1833 -1933" by Sue Baker: Elijah Tyner, died Feb 1, 1872, 74y 10m 10d.

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and MARTHA MCCUNE are:
303.....i......WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER, b. May 31, 1819, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. January 31, 1902, Hanover Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....ELIZA ANN TYNER, b. March 1821, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. July 28, 1821, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and MARY NELSON are:
304.....iii......CHARLOTTE TYNER, b. Abt. 1823, Indiana, USA; d. Bentley, Hancock, Missouri, USA.
305.....iv.....MARY JANE TYNER, b. October 25, 1824, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. December 15, 1919, daughter's home, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....MARTHA ANN TYNER, b. 1827, Franklin County, Indiana; d. January 01, 1886, Prairie Twp., McDonough, Illinois; m. JOSEPH ALKIRE KEITH, February 09, 1845, Hancock County, Indiana; b. July 08, 1817, West Virginia; d. Aft. 1860, McDonough Co. IL.
306.....vi.....ROBERT NELSON TYNER, b. 1829, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. Texas, USA.

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and SARAH HALBERSTADT are:
307.....vii.....GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER, b. December 03, 1832, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. August 19, 1896, Henry County, Iowa, USA.
308.....viii.....JOHN HENRY TYNER, b. November 1835, Blue River Township, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. Concordia, Cloud County, Kansas, USA.
.....ix.....OLIVER NELSON TYNER, b. 1838, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. 1864, Camden, Ouachita Co., Arkansas, USA. Oliver Tyner served in the Civil War, Company A, 3rd Indiana Battery, and was killed in battle at Camden, Aarkansas in 1864. But findagrave.com says he's Oliver H. Tyner and "American Civil War Soldiers / Name: Oliver Tyner / Enlistment Date: 1 Oct 1861 / Side Served: Union / State Served: Indiana / Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 1 October 1861. Enlisted in 2nd Light Artillery Regiment Indiana on 1 Oct 1861. Killed 2nd Light Artillery Regiment Indiana on 13 Apr 1864 at Moscow, Jefferson County, AR."
309.....x.....JAMES MONROE TYNER, b. 1840, Blue River Twp., Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. May 31, 1902, Morristown, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
.....xi......ELBERT SHIRK TYNER, b. December 07, 1843, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. August 20, 1902, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA; m. PEARL E. UPDEGRAFF, October 23, 1872, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1852, Johnson County, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photos of their tombstones from Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ELBERT SHIRK TYNER:

Tyner, Elbert...36...farmer...IN, SC, SC
...Pearle E. ...IN, PA, KY
Stellard, Katie....12...IN, IN, KY...in care
Ballinger, Temple...39...hostler...boarder...OH

Pearl Updegraff's father was born Pennsylvania, mother born Kentucky.

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.

310.....xii.....ALONZO TYNER, b. October 18, 1846, Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. December 03, 1924, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
.....xiii.....MISSOURI A. TYNER, b. November 30, 1849, Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. October 02, 1862, Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. Buried in Shiloh Church Cem., Greenfield, Hancock, IN.

106. RICHARD REO TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 03, 1798 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died April 02, 1868 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA. He married MARTHA SEDWICK WILLIS SWIFT NOBLE October 23, 1823 in Boone County, Kentucky, USA, daughter of THOMAS NOBLE and ELIZABETH SEDWICK. She was b http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=51004624 has picture of his tomb. She is also buried in Plot: lot 161, bk. 2 of Oakdale Cemetery, Davenport. Scott, Iowa, USA.orn 1798 in Frederick County, Virginia, USA, and died May 21, 1864 in Davenport, Scott, Iowa, USA.

Notes for RICHARD TYNER:
Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997.
Spouse 1: Noble, Martha
Spouse 2: Tyner, Richard
Marriage Date: 23 Oct 1823
Marriage Location: Kentucky, Boone County

1850 census for Brookville, Franklin Co. IN
Tyner, Richard...51...merchant...$25,500...N.C.
Tyner, Martha...47...KY
Tyner, William...22...Iowa
Tyner, Missouri...20...IA
Tyner, Richard...18...IA
Tyner, Edward...16...IA
Tyner, Louisiana...14,,,IA
Tyner, Levinia...13...IA
Tyner, Noah...10...IA
Tyner, Martha...8...IA
Tyner, Henry...4,,,IA
Tyner, George...1...IA
next door to Silas Tyner

Children of RICHARD TYNER and MARTHA NOBLE are:
311.....i.....JAMES NOBLE TYNER, b. January 17, 1826, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. December 05, 1904, Washington D.C..
.....ii.....EDWARD EVERETT TYNER, b. 1827, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. August 21, 1862.

Notes for EDWARD EVERETT TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Peru, Miami, Indiana; Roll: M653_281; Page: 62; Image: 63.
James N Tyner 35...IN...attorney at law...$600 personal
Dema M Tyner 30...NY...$3000 real estate
Albert H N Tyner 9...IN
Nelly Tyner 6...IN
Mary Humeston 60...New York
Edward E Tyner 28...IN...attorney at law
.....iii.....WILLIAM THOMAS TYNER, b. 1828; d. July 27, 1867.
312.....iv......MISSOURI TYNER, b. 1830, Indiana, USA; d. March 08, 1894, Pennsylvania, USA.
313.....v.....RICHARD HENRY TYNER, b. September 02, 1831, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. April 29, 1907, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....LOUISIANA TYNER, b. 1836; d. October 23, 1874; m. JOHN F. HAZZARD 24 Feb 1853 Franklin County, Indiana. In the 1870 census they lived in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana. Children: Missouri Hazzard, Mattie Hazzard, John Hazzard, Edward Hazzard.
.....vii.....LEVINIA TYNER, b. 1837; d. December 27, 1869, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM LYNN. She is buried in lot 160, Oakdale Cemetery, Scott County, Iowa, USA (Source:Tombstone Records of Scott County, Iowa, Page Number: 374)
.....viii.....NOAH NOBLE TYNER, b. July 1839 Kentucky; died about 1914 Hancock County, Illinois, USA; m. CORNELIA HAWLEY CATLIN, October 01, 1877, Hancock County, Illinois, USA. She was born 17 Mar 1850 and died 02 Nov 1921. Noah Noble Tyner is in Plot: Row 5 Sec1 of Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, Hancock, Illinois, USA, per August Library Cemetery Records. They don't have dates of birth/death for him but "1 LT. ADJT. 14 IA INF" In Plot: Row 5 Sec 1 of the same cemetery see photo of tombstone for Cornelia Catlin Tyner.
Notes for NOAH NOBLE TYNER:
Roster of Field and Line Officers. of Iowa Regiments in U. S. Service, January 1, 1864.
FOURTEENTH INFANTRY -- FIELD AND STAFF.
Adjutant Noah Noble Tyner ...Residence: Davenport... Commissioned: November 6, 1861

1890 Veterans Schedule
Veteran's name: Nooh N Tyner
Home in 1890 (Township, County, State): Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
Year enlisted: 1861
Year discharged: 1864
Rank: First Lieutenant
Enlisted Nov. 16, 1861--Nov. 16, 1864; 3 years service 144th Iowa Infantry

Ancestry.com. Iowa, Select Marriages Index, 1758-1996 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
Name: Noah Noble Tyner
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 17 Dec 1864
Marriage Place: Davenport, Scott, IA
Spouse: Eliza Wilbur Galligan
FHL Film Number: 1686223

PORTLAND DIRECTORY
Name: Genl Noah N Tyner
Location 2: 555 I near 21st.
Year: 1890
City: Portland
State: OR

July 25, 1914 Cornelia H. Tyner filed for pension for Noah N. Tyner as a widow, application #798814. He was 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant, 14th Iowa Infantry.

.....ix.....MARTHA ELIZABETH TYNER, b. 1842; d. September 18, 1877; m. JOSEPH SHIELDS; b. Davenport, Scott, Iowa, USA.
.....x.....GEORGE NOBLE TYNER, b. June 23, 1848, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; m. KATE L. STEINBACKER, January 20, 1877. He died 19 Feb 1904 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She was b. in Akron, Summit, Ohio, USA on 12 Jul 1857 and died 22 Feb 1936. Both are buried in Forestdale Cemetery, Holyoke, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA.
Biographical Review, page 511-12
.....George Noble Tyner, Treasurer of Holyoke Envelope Co, was born in Brookville, Franklin Co, IN 6/23/1848, his parents were Richard and Martha Sedgwick Willis Swift (Noble) Tyner, his father having been born in Abbeville Dist, SC, 11/3/1798, son of Rev. William Tyner, a Baptist clergyman. the earliest American ancestor was John Tyner, who came from Wales in 1720, and settled on the Catawba River, near the dividing line between North and South Carolina. his son, Harris Tyner, was born 8/6/1740, and married Nancy Adair, a former governor of KY. their children were: richard, William, John, James, Hetta, and Margaret. After the death of Harris Tyner, while in the army in 1778, his widow married Burrel Stevens; and her children by this union were: Shadrack, Susan, Elijah, Ezekiel and Betsa.
the children of the Rev. William Tyner by his first marriage were: Harris, Mary Ann, Martin, Richard, John, Melinda, Solomon, Ezekiel, and Silas; and by a second marriage he had five others. About the year 1800 he removed to Indiana territory, being one of the first preachers to locate there. He settled at Brookville, where his son Richard, on reaching maturity, established himself in a general mercantile business, at the same time conducting successfully large flouing mills and an extensive pork house. In 1852 the freshets in the Whitewater valley swept away the two latter enterprises, causing a loss of ninety-six thousand dollars. In 10/1854, Richard Tyner moved with his family to Davenport, Ia, where he engaged in the grocery and drygoods business, which he conducted until 1864, when he retired from active cares.
.....He was a thoroughly capable business man, and would never accept public office, preferring to devote his energies to his own private pursuits. His wife, whom he married in Campbell Co, KY, 10/22/1823, was the daughter of Dr. Thomas Noble, and was born 5/13/1803. her family originally came from Virginia. Mrs. Tyner was a sister of Governor Noble, of IN, and of General James Noble, who for seventeen years was a US Senator from that State. Henry Ward Beecher, when settled in INdianapolis, was an intimate friend of governor Noble; and it is worthy of mention that Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, while on a visit to her brother, saw the man who is said to have been the original of her celebrated Uncle Tom. he was a slave known as "Black Thomas", belonging to the Noble family of KY, who was then with Governor Noble in Indiana.
.....the family of Richard Tyner consisted of eleven children, as follows: James Noble tyner, now of Washington, DC, who was a delegate from Ind to the conventions which nominated Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses Grant for President of the United States, and a delegate at large to the convention which nominated Rutherford B Hayes, also for six years a member of congress from Indiana, and afterward Second Assistant Postmaster General, later being appointed by President Grant to succeed marshall Jewell as Postmaster general, and during the Hayes Administration first Assistant Postmaster General, and connected with the post office department under the harrison administration; william Thomas, who died 7/27/1867; Missouri, who married John W guiteau, of NY, statistician of the Mutual Life Insurance Co, and died at PA, March 8/1894; Richard Henry, of Brookville, IN; Edward Everett, who died in the army, August 21, 1862; Louisiana, who married John F Hazard, and died 10/23/1874; Lavinia, who died at Brookville, 12/27/1869, wife of William Lynn; Noah Noble, of Quincy, ILL; Marth aElizabeth, who married Jospeh Shields, of Davenport, IA, and died 9/18/1877; Henry richard, who died at chicago, 10/22/1892; and George Noble, of this sketch. the father died 4/2/1868, the mother 5/21/1864; and their graves are in Oakdale Cemetery, Davenport, IA. they were members of the Methodist church.
.....George N Tyner was educated in the public and private schools of Davenport, and at the age of seventeen was employeed in his father's business, later entering a wholesale and retail drygoods store, where he remained until 5/1870, when he was appointed a clerk in the US Postage Stamp and Stamped 'Envelope Agency at NY city. In 4/1873, he was appointed postal card agent, and was sent to Springfield, Mass, to inspect and distribute postal cards, which were there manufactured. When the contract was awaded to NY parties in 1877, he was again ordered to that city, where he remained until 4/1879, at which time the government contracts were transferred to Holyoke, thus causing his removal to this place.
.....Soon after his arrival he associated himself with James T Abbe, and organized the Holyoke Envelope Co, which was incorporated 12/10/1880, with a capital of thirty thousand dollars, and in 4/1881, commenced operations. Mr. Tyner resigned from the postal service, in order to devote himself to the new enterprise, which started with a capacity of two hundred thousand per day, but has since, by the aid of improved machinery of their own invention, increased to upward of three million, four hundred thousand daily, being the largest daily production of any manufactory in the world. They employ three hundred people, with a payroll of eight thousand dollars per month, their goods being produced by automatic machinery, which gums, prints, folds, and counts at one operation. One 1/22/1888, their entire plant was destroyed by fire; but in July of the same year they moved into their new mill, which is three hundred feet long by eightyt feet wide and three stores high, thus affording ample facilities for continuing and enlarging their extensive business.
.....On 1/20/1877, Mr. Tyner was married to Miss Kate L Steinbacker of Akron, Ohio, daughter of Erhard and Phoebe Steinbacher, of that city.
314.....xi......HENRY RICHARD TYNER, b. about 1846 Indiana, d. October 22, 1892, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. His wife was Katy ?. But is it likely that the same family had two sons with such similar names? His son George Parker Tyner was a career Army officer born 26 Apr 1876 in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa; see his page as George P. Tyner at http://www.findagrave.com.
Illinois, Cook County Deaths 1878-1922.” Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2010. Illinois Department of Public Health has Henry R. Tyner, born 1844 Indiana, died 18 Oct 1892 Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, buried in Davenport, Iowa, married, Supt. Postal Station.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Davenport, Scott, Iowa; Roll: 364; Family History Film: 1254364; Page: 627A; Enumeration District: 277; Image: 0134.
Henry Tyner...34...IN, NC, KY...com. traveller
Katy Tyner...26...OH, NY, OH
George P. Tyner...4...IA, IN, OH...son


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