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


by Jane A. Leavell

GENERATION NO. 6, part 2

161. JOHN N. TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 18, 1800 in Little River, Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died February 04, 1871 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He's buried in Harper Cemetery, Liberty Township, LaFontaine, Wabash County, Indiana; see photo of tombstone at findagrave.com as John Tyner. Another page at findagrave.com also has a photo but labels the cemetery as Old LaFontaine Cemetery. (But at least one family tree claimed he was in Ashland Cemetery, Wabash County, IN.) He married NANCY SAILORS September 08, 1818 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, daughter of JACOB SAILORS and NANCY LACY. She was born December 10, 1799 in Little River, Horry County, South Carolina, USA, and died August 31, 1876 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA, buried in Harper Cemetery, Liberty Township, LaFontaine, Wabash County, Indiana.

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

1850 - District 97, Rush, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 97, Rush, Indiana; Roll: M432_170; Page: 415; Image: 84.
census Rush Co. IN district 97 1850 family # 590
Jno Tyner...49 yr... male... Farmer... $4000... SC
Nancy Tyner ...50 yr ...female ...SC
James Bell...17...IN...farmer

1860 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 403; Image: 405.
John Tyner...59...SC...farmer...$5000 real estate...$900 personal
Nancy Tyner...60...SC
Hellen Tyner...15...IN

1870 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M593_367; Page: 100; Image: 200
John Tyner...69...SC...farmer...$4600 real estate...$1000 personal
Nancy Tyner...70...SC
May Tyner...24...IN...keeping house
next door to son Beverly Tyner

Church: First Baptist Church ever organized in Ohio
Description: Honest, industrious young man
Information 1: Biographical Memories of Wabash Co., Indiana B.F. Bowen
publisher, 1901
Information 2: Worked as a day laborer, clearing the forests, rolling logs to earn money with which he purchased 80 acres of land in Rush Co., Indiana, resided in Rush Co., until 1870
Military service: Served as a Colonel in the 47th Regiment of the Indiana Militia for many years.
Residence: Abt. 1805, Moved with parents to Franklin Co., Indiana, the long & perilous journey being made by packhorse. Here he grew to manhood, marring at an early age to Nancy Sailors, who was his faithful companion until death separated them.

Children of JOHN TYNER and NANCY SAILORS are:
427......i......JACOB TYNER, b. July 18, 1819, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. August 10, 1901, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
428......ii......WILLIAM STEVEN TYNER, b. September 23, 1820, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. August 30, 1896, Curtisville, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
429......iii......ELIJAH TYNER, b. March 29, 1822, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. 1877, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
430......iv......RICHARD TYNER, b. August 17, 1823, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. August 21, 1898, Chester Township, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
431......v......JOHN N. TYNER, b. December 23, 1825, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. May 25, 1851, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
432......vi......LEWIS JACKSON TYNER, b. December 23, 1825, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. August 22, 1916, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
433......vii......BEVERLY WARD TYNER, b. August 15, 1827, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. January 08, 1906, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

162. MELINDA TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 21, 1802 in Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 17, 1879 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA. She married ABNER HOWELL STOUT December 05, 1822 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, son of JOAB STOUT and RHODA HOWELL. He was born August 23, 1797 in Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1879.

Children of MELINDA TYNER and ABNER STOUT are:
.....i......ELIZABETH STOUT, b. October 10, 1823.
.....ii......MARGARET STOUT, b. December 27, 1825; m. STEPHEN GAPEN; d. 1890.
.....iii......MARTHA STOUT, b. January 16, 1828.
.....iv......MARY STOUT, b. February 10, 1830.
.....v......RACHEL STOUT, b. January 22, 1833; d. 1909.
.....vi......NANCY STOUT, b. July 03, 1837.
.....vii......OLIVER HACKMAN STOUT, b. August 22, 1842.
.....viii......SARAH F. STOUT, b. April 06, 1848.

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

Notes for SOLOMON TYNER:
1820 Tyner, Solomon...45 ov...IN ...Fayette ...Harrison... 22... 210001
000100100 1 male un 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 45 ov, 1 fem 26-45

State of Indiana
Franklin County
These are to license and permit you to join together in matrimony Solomon Tyner and Mary Longacre and for so doing, this shall be your sufficient warrant.
Given under my hand at Brookville this 20th day of September A. D. 1826.
To any person empowered by law to solemnize marriages.
Eno chell Cnty Clk

see also: http://www.judysquiltinginstructions.com/catalog/pub/solomon tyner - mary
longacre marriage record.bmp size is 6,346kb
http://www.judysquiltinginstructions.com/catalog/pub/solomon tyner - mary
longacre marriage license.bmp size is 4,306kb

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

CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: IN COUNTY: Decatur DIVISION: Jackson Township REEL NO: M432-142 PAGE NO: 123a
REFERENCE: J W MILLS SEPTEMBER 25, 1850
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
28 .. 5 .. 5 ...William H. Tyner...23...M ...1,000... IND
29.. 5 .. 5...Sarah J. Tyner...22...F ... IND
30 .. 5 .. 5...Isaac J. Tyner...21... M ... TEACHER...250...IND

TYNER LAND SALES IN DECATUR COUNTY, INDIANA
http://judysquiltinginstructions.com/tyner/land_sales.phtml
Reference
From
To
Date
Location
Cost

Book 27
Page 239
Issac J. Tyner
Margaret A. Tyner
To: William H. Tyner of Decatur County
1866-Jan-06
Jeffersonville
$500

Book 20
Page 504
Issac J. Tyner
Margaret A. Tyner
to William H. Tyner of Decatur County
1876-Jan-15
$750

Book 5
Page 263
Olpheus Wood
Mary M. Wood
to William H. Tyner of Decatur County
1876-Nov-15
Greensburg
$1,000

Book 21
Page 395
William H. Tyner
Nancy M. Tyner
To: Ephraim L. Ogden
Jocob A. Dillmass
1877-Feb-09
$1,200

Book 21
Page 396
Ephraim L. Ogden
Jocob A. Dillmass
to William H. Tyner of Decatur County
1877-Feb-09
Forest Hill formerly Newberg
$1,000

Book 22
Page 512
John S Harrell Acheah Harrell
to Issac J. Tyner
1878-Feb-22
$700

Book 46 Page 75
James S. Pavy
Mary L. Pavy
to William A. Tyner of Blackford County
1897-Aug-27
$4,000

Book 55
Page 7
William Homsher
Emiline Homsher
to William H . Tyner of Decatur County
1872-Feb-03
Newberg
$1,400

Book 55
Page 469
Bertie A. Shafer of Decatur County
to Frank S. Tyner
Elmer Stewart of Bartholomew County
1905-Aug-29
Town of Westport
$3,000

Book 55
Page 495
Sherman B. Leech of Grant County
to Frank S. Tyner of Decatur County
1905-Aug-30
Town of Westport
$1,000

Book 58
Page 319
Alexander M. Stewart, Guardian of Mary M. Stewart
Frank S. Tyner of Decatur County
1909-May-18
Town of Westport
$2,000

Frank S. Tyner
Iva M. Tyner
to Tyner Grain Company
1911-Mar-21
Town of Westport

Book 12
Page 496
Frank S. Tyner
Iva M. Tyner
to John W. Holcomb of Decatur County
1937-Jun-05
$1

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

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

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

Franklin County Inventories
Page 128-129
August Term A.D. 1832
A list of the personal property of the estate of Solomon Tyner deceased, appraised by Richard Tyner and John Hackleman, Nov. 1, 1830
1 bedstead & bedding................................ 10.50
1 bed..do............................................13.00
4 sheets..............................................1.50
table ware including knives, forks, plates, buckets &C4.25
1 fire shovel........................................ 1.00
1 set of chairs...................................... 3.00
kettle, skillet, oven & tea kettle....................3.00
1 lot deer skins...................................... .62˝
1 drawing knife.........................................50
tray & ˝ bushel.........................................19
1 lot of flax........................................ 1.00
peaches & apples...................................... .88
1 lot shoe tools......................................1.00
1 do leather.......................................... .62˝
1 side saddle & bridle.............................. 10.00
1 table.............................................. 3.00
wool rolls & yarn.................................... 4.00
13 yds mixed flannel..................................6.50
chest & clothing......................................5.00
1 great coat..........................................4.00
1 meat tub............................................ .25
1 old saddle & bridle................................ 2.00
1 double & 2 single trees............................ 1.62
bull plough irons.................................... 2.00
shovel plough & clevis................................1.75
1 lot horse shoes.......................................50
1 wagon & harnefs....................................95.00
1 sett gears..........................................3.00
1 backband & hip straps.............................. 2.00
2 back bands.......................................... .37
2 blind bridles...................................... 1.50
1 do do.............................................. 2.50
3 linen bages...........................................62
1 axe................................................ 1.50
1 sow & 8 pigs........................................2.00
1 sow & 9 pigs........................................4.25
5 fat hogs.......................................... 11.00
1 stack hay.......................................... 5.00
1 do oats............................................ 5.00
1 black mare........................................ 35.00
1 sorrel mare........................................50.00
1 black horse colt.................................. 25.00
1 grey horse colt....................................25.00
1 bay mare do........................................18.00
1 white cow.......................................... 7.00
1 red do............................................ 10.00
2 calves..............................................2.75
27 fat hogs........................................ 101.25
2 small pigs.......................................... .50
[129]
3 vols corn standing in the field....................12.24
1 bee gum...............................................50
1 keg...................................................50
1 wash board.......................................... .25
9 sheep.............................................. 7.50
total.............................................. 510.91
. . .Personally came Richard Tyner & John Hackleman appraisers duly appointed by William Tyner & Mary Tyner administrator and administratrix of the estate of Solomon Tyner late of said County deceased, who being duly sworn as by law required on their oaths say that the above list of personal property was by them appraised on the 1st day of November 1830 at the late residence of said deceased and that said list contains all & every article of personal property shown them by said administrator and administratrix as belonging to said estate. And depondents also say that the prices by them affixed to each item in the above list is in their opinions the true value of the same and that the said sum of $510.91 is in their unbiased opinions the true cash value of all said property so as aforesaid appraised by them and further these depondents say not.
R. Tyner
John Hackleman
3rd November 1830

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

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

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

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

Notes for EZEKIEL TYNER:
Martindale House (Metamora, Franklin County, Indiana)
http://www.emetamora.com/tour/
"The hotel is the oldest commercial building in Metamora and was the sole hotel since the town was established. Ezekiel Tyner built it in 1838 the same year that Metamora was first platted by David Mount and William Holland. He was the canal boat shipping agent for the Whitewater Canal Company."

1860 Census: Hancock County Blue River Twp., Post Office Westland, Census Page/Line Number 0771/35A
Family Number 1400 Dwelling Numer 1458
Elekial Tyner ...53...b. IN...farmer...$4946 real...$1140 personal
Sarah Tyner ...41...b. New York
Alpheus Tyner ...20...b. IN
Mary Tyner ...19... b. IN
Henry C. Tyner ...17...b. IN
Joseph Tyner ...15...b. IN
Ellen Tyner ... 13...b. IN
Emma Tyner ...09...b. IN
Frank Tyner ...07...b. IN
Chester Tyner ...04... b. IN

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

Children of EZEKIEL TYNER and SARAH MEEKS are:
436......i......ALPHEUS TYNER, b. November 04, 1840, Metamora, Shelby, Indiana, USA; d. February 10, 1904, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......MARY TYNER, b. May 18, 1841, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. February 05, 1862. Notes for MARY TYNER: Died after 2-week illness
437......iii......HENRY CLAY TYNER, b. September 10, 1842, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. November 15, 1926, University Hospital, Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, USA.
.....iv......JOSEPH MEEKS TYNER, b. November 17, 1844, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. October 29, 1933, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana.
438......v......ELLEN TYNER, b. July 10, 1845, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. November 10, 1925, Chicago, Illinois.
.....vi......DENZELL TYNER, b. October 27, 1848, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. January 31, 1855, Shelby, Indiana.
439......vii......EMMA TYNER, b. September 10, 1850, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. November 29, 1889, Blue River Farm, Franklin, Indiana.
.....viii......FRANK TYNER, b. March 08, 1853, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. November 19, 1928, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; m. ARMILDA A. MYERS, August 11, 1887, Hancock County, Indiana.

Notes for FRANK TYNER:
Was a recluse and wandered all over.
Died in Brookville at an old peoples home.
Frank worked the family farm. He was engaged to Comfort Pope who had been born 4-18-1861 and who died 2-12-1888 at Blue Ridge Farm. Frank and Comfort had built a house anticipating the wedding. Her death was unexpected. As an older man, he visited kinfolk, wandering throught the west. He finally became senile and his niece in Oklahoma helped him return to Indiana, where he died in the County Home.
440......ix......CHESTER TYNER, b. April 23, 1856, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; d. October 11, 1917, Blue River Farm, Hancock, Indiana.
441......x......ADRIANA TYNER, b. October 17, 1860, Blue River Farm, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. July 05, 1949, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA.

165. SILAS TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 01, 1808 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died 7 April 1852 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA. Buried in section 2 row 2 grave 10 of Old Brookville Cemetery, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA with inscription "Silas Tyner Died April 7, 1852 Aged 44 years". He married HANNAH WATSON BENT. She was born 1810 in Brookfield, Franklin, Indiana, USA, married MOSES PETTENGILL May 17, 1865.

Notes for SILAS TYNER:
1850 - Brookville, Franklin, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: M432_146; Page: 309; Image: 296
Silas Tyner...42...IA...merchant...$6500
Hannah Tyner...28...Vermont

21 Sep 1857 - Township 32, Anoka, Minnesota
Ancestry.com. Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data:
Hannah W. Tyner...36...VT...
S.B. Tyner...6...VT...male

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Peoria Ward 7, Peoria, Illinois; Roll: M593_267; Page: 498; Image: 568.
Moses Pettengill...67...New Hampshire...retired merchant
Hannah W. Pettengill...49...VT...
Blanchard Pettengill...19...IN...at school
Joseph Smith...19...New Hampshire...soap manufacturer

1880 - Peoria, Peoria, Illinois
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Peoria, Peoria, Illinois; Roll: T9_241; Family History Film: 1254241; Page: 242.2000; Enumeration District: 216; Image: 0146
Moses Pettengill...78...NH, NH, NH
Hanna W. Pettengill...59...VT, Mass, Mass
Blanchard T. Pettengill...29...IN, NH, VT...single...wholesale boots, shoes
Frederick Kirche...29...servant
Hilliard Harris...52...gardener

I have a transcription of the Inventory of Silas Tyner from the March term of 1862 in Brookville, Franklin County, but it's way too long to list here
Buried in section 2 row 2 grave 10 of Old Brookville Cemetery, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA with inscription "Silas Tyner Died April 7, 1852 Aged 44 years"

Fifty years recollections, Illinois, by Jeriah Bonham, 1883
Moses Pettengill biography
His wife died 2/29/1864 after over thirty years of domestic happiness, during which time she had been really a helpmate to him in his business, at home, and in the church and social circles. 5/17/1865, he was again married to Mrs. hannah W Tyner, of Hoyleton, Illinois, sister to Prof. J A Bent, since of Wheaton college. Mrs. Tyner was a native of Middlebury, VT, a woman educated, given to benevolence, good works, and a valuable assistant to her husband in all the christian and educational work that Mr. Pettengill has been engaged in.

Another source: A Pettingell Genealogy: Notes Concerning Those of the Name by Charles Henry Pope

Children of SILAS TYNER and HANNAH BENT are:
.....i......ANNA MARIA TYNER, b. 1848, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. 1849, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
442......ii......BLANCHARD TYNER, b. October 17, 1850, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.

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

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

167. NANCY TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 30, 1815 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, and died August 15, 1861 in Clinton County, Indiana. She married JOHN MERRICK July 22, 1841 in Decatur County, Indiana. He was born December 17, 1815 in North Sewickley, Beaver, Pennsylvania, and died January 30, 1895 in Warren Township, Clinton, Indiana.

Notes for NANCY TYNER:
1850 Honey Creek Twp., Clinton Co., IN 30 Sep 1850
#90 John Merick.....34..... Farmer .....PA
Nancy Merick.....34.....IN
Oskin M. Merick..... 9 ..... IN
William H. Merick..... 5 ..... IN
John A. Merick.....3..... IN
Indiana Merick .....3/12..... IN

1880...Warren, Clinton, Indiana Family History Library Film 1254270; NA Film Number T9-0270; Page Number 10D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John Merrick.....Self..... M ..... Male..... W.....64.....PA .....Farmer..... PA..... PA
Cyntha A. Merrick.....Wife ..... M ..... Female ..... W..... 49 ..... IN..... Keeping House..... KY..... IN
George W. Merrick.....Son..... S ..... Male.....W..... 23..... IN..... Farmer.....PA ..... IN

Sources include Margie Jo [Gard] Gray at http://www.angelfire.com/wa3/gardline/html/fam01313.htm

Children of NANCY TYNER and JOHN MERRICK are:
.....i......OSCAR MERRICK, b. 1843, Brookfield, Franklin, Indiana; m. SARAH C. SIMS, November 23, 1865, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLIAM H. MERRICK, b. Abt. 1845, Clinton County, Indiana.
445......iii......JOHN A. MERRICK, b. September 30, 1847, Forest Township, Clinton, IN.
446......iv......INDIANA J. MERRICK, b. March 10, 1850, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....v......MARTHA M. MERRICK, b. 1852, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....vi......GEORGE W. MERRICK, b. Abt. 1857, Clinton County, Indiana; m. LAODICE A. MILLER, March 15, 1881, Clinton County, Indiana.

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

Notes for ELIZABETH TYNER:
Indiana State Library Genealogy Division Indiana Marriages Through 1850.
TYNER, ELIZABETH married LA FORGE, CHARLES on 16 Oct 1838 in Decatur Co., IN

James Wilkinson on Genform 3/16/2000:

...More about the Indiana Lefforges (spelled LaForge, LaForch and De LaForge on various papers I have). Lefforge is the Americanized spelling and Laforge is the original French spelling, the others are unknown to me.
...Melinda Lefforge Wilkinson was my great-grandmother.
...I can confirm dates of the Lefforges on J.M. Hensley's Posting. The Name spelling differs some as I have John L. Lefforge and Mary L. Smith Lefforge Family Bible, KJV, published by H.C. Carey & I. Lea, Philadelphia, dtd 1822, pages 677-679.
...In my research, John L. Lefforge was born (4/16/1776) in France and was orphaned, (they may have been a Huguenots, victims of that era) adopted by a German couple who brought him to America. He was member of the German Reform Church. The first location I have is Alexandria Township, Hunterdon, NJ. He married Mary L Smith on 8/9/1792 in Hunterdon Co. They moved to some where near Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. before 1817. He died 4/11/1834 in Brookville. Mary died 7/1/1865 in Decatur Co, IN.
..John L. and Mary Smith Lefforge's Children…
Celia b 5/23/1793, Hunterdon Co. NJ, d 8/12/1854, Rush Co, IN. m Jene "Jesse" Winship 11/4/1818
John L. Jr. b 1/3/1796, Hunterdon Co. NJ, d 4/6/1886, Noble, Rush Co. IN. m Sarah Lyons 1829, then Harriette Herndon
Jacob L. b 3/24/1798, NJ, d 4/30/1853, Cincinnati OH., m Catherine "Katie" Hartman, 6/18/1820 in Brookville, Franklin Co. IN.
Sarah "Sary" J. b 4/22/1802, d 11/11/1848, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. m Thomas Shanks 10/15/1820
Mary Jane b 6/7/1805, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. d 9/7/1892, Salt Creek, IN. m Reuben Haukins (Hawkins) 2/2/1823 in Cedar Grove, Franklin Co. IN.
Alexander b 12/14/1809, d 10/12/1824
William b 7/25/1811 d abt 1868, m Eliza Wythe 9/25/1830, then Jane Tinebrook
Lewis I b 2/5/1817, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN., d 3/11/1902 Westboro, MO. M Hanna Hall 3/11/1838 in Indiana.
Charles b 7/32/1819, Brookville, Franklin Co. IN., d 12/13/1876 m Elizabeth Tyner, 11/16/1838, Decatur Co. IN (my 3th Great Grandparents) Both buried in Hoover Hill Cemetery, Westport, Decatur Co., IN.
Elizabeth Tyner's father William Tyner was the first protestant minister in the Indian territory as Indiana was then in 1804. He started a church in Cedar Grove, Franklin Co. IN. called the Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church in 1812. It still stands today as historical site. He married most of the settlers in that area historian's have told me.
Charles and Elizabeth Tyner Lefforge's Children…
William b 10/3/1839
Hannah Lewis b 12/16/1840 buried in Hoover Hill Cemetery, Westport, Decatur Co., IN
Missouri Jane b 4/16/1843 m Mr. Branham 4/6/1871, then David Johnson
Martha Bishop b 12/11/1844
Mary b 12/18/1847, died 12/14/1848 buried in Hoover Hill Cemetery, Westport, Decatur Co., IN
Lewis Jasper b 1/18/1849
Melinda b 1/18/1851, Decatur Co. IN. d 10/9/1927 Boise ID, m John Baxter Wilkinson 1/18/1877 Decatur Co. IN (my great Grandparents)
John b 2/22/1853
Barthena Runyan b 9/6/1854
George W. b 1/11/1856
Jane Elizabeth b 11/22/1857
Nancy Ann b 4/27/1860
Charles O. 9/24/1862
...Does anyone have info for my blank areas? Also looking for Wilkinson connections in Ohio.
--James Wilkinson on Genforum.com
Notes for CHARLES LEFFORGE:He died aged 57 years 3 months 10 days.

Children of ELIZABETH TYNER and CHARLES LEFFORGE are:
.....i......WILLIAM LEFFORGE, b. October 03, 1839, Indiana; d. January 04, 1862.
.....ii......HANNAH LEFFORGE, b. December 16, 1840, Butler County, Ohio, USA; d. September 07, 1864, Westport, Decatur, Indiana, USA; m. ? LEWIS. Notes for HANNAH LEFFORGE: Hannah died aged 23 Years 8 Months 22 Days
.....iii......MISSOURI LEFFORGE, b. April 16, 1843, Butler County, Ohio, USA; d. Aft. 1924, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; m. (1) ? BISHOP; m. (2) DAVID JOHNSON, April 06, 1871.
.....iv......MARTHA LEFFORGE, b. December 11, 1844, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA.
.....v......MARY LEFFORGE, b. December 18, 1847, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. December 14, 1848, Westport, Decatur, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......LEWIS JASPER LEFFORGE, b. January 18, 1849; d. March 30, 1908, Letts, Decatur, Indiana; m. NANCY UPDIKE, Abt. August 17, 1872; b. March 28, 1849.
447......vii......MARGARET MELINDA LEFFORGE, b. January 18, 1851, Butler County, Ohio, USA; d. October 19, 1927, Boise, Ada, Idaho.
.....viii......JOHN M. LEFFORGE, b. February 22, 1853; d. April 11, 1884; m. NANCY WEBB.
.....ix......BARTEHENA LEFFORGE, b. September 06, 1854; m. ? RUNYAN.
.....x......GEORGE W. LEFFORGE, b. January 11, 1856, Butler County, Ohio, USA.
.....xi......JANE ELIZABETH LEFFORGE, b. November 22, 1857.
.....xii......NANCY ANN LEFFORGE, b. April 27, 1860.
.....xiii......CHARLES O. LEFFORGE, b. September 24, 1862; d. Aft. 1909.

169. WILLIAM JASPER TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 12, 1822 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died July 04, 1900 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) NANCY JANE CALLAHAN August 28, 1842 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARGARET V. HAMILTON October 06, 1842 in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana, USA. She was born August 27, 1824 in Scott County, Kentucky, USA, and died 1926. William and Margaret are buried in Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and her tombstone says she is Margaret V. Tyner.

Notes for WILLIAM JASPER TYNER:
1850 - Sand Creek, Decatur, Indiana
William J. Tyner...28...IN...carpenter
Margaret Tyner...25...KY
Louisiana Tyner...5...IN
Rudolphus Tyner...3...IN
John A.Tyner ...1...IN

1860 - Prairie, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M653_301; Page: 147; Image: 148.
Wm J Tyner...38...farmer...$1200 real estate...$400 personal
Margaret Tyner...36...KY
Louisania Tyner ...16...IN
Charles Tyner...15...IN
John Tyner...12...IN
Minerva Tyner...9...IN
Judah Tyner...6...IN
Nancy Tyner...4...IN
Evie Tyner...1...IN

1870 - Prairie, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M593_363; Page: 553; Image: 229.
William Tyner...48...IN...farmer...$900 real estate...$1000 personal
Margaret Tyner...46...IN
Losana Tyner...24...IN
Charles Tyner...22...IN...farmer
John Tyner...21...IN...farmer
Manerva Tyner...19...IN...at home
Nancy Tyner...13...IN
Eva Tyner...11...IN
Wilson Tyner...8...IN
Malinda Tyner...6...IN

"Counties of Howard and Tipton, IN" published in 1883 by F.A. Battey & Co., Chicago, IL
Prairie Township
WILLIAM J. TYNER, one of the representative men of Tipton County, was born in Franklin County, Ind., January 12, 1822. He is the youngest and only survivor of a family of fourteen children born to William and Martha (Hamilton) Tyner. His Father, of German and Welsh descent, was born in Abbeville District, S. C., in April, 1771. In April, 1803, he left his native State and removed to Kentucky. Thence, in 1805, in the month of April, he removed to the Territory of Indiana, and located in what is now Franklin County, where for two years his only neighbors were Indians. From there, in April, 1807, he removed to Decatur County, Ind., where he resided until his death, September 18, 1854. Every change of his life was made in the month of April. Our subject lived with his parents until he attained his majority, and on the 6th of October, 1842, he was married to Miss Margarette Hamilton. His school privileges in his youth having been limited, he remedied that defect by close application at home, by which he obtained a fair business education. Starting in life with no cash capital, he was, shortly after his marriage, prostrated by an attack of rheumatism, which lasted about two years. At the end of that time, he found himself about $300 in debt, and with nothing that he could call his own. Removing to Prairie Township in an early day, he settled on a farm of 120 acres, the one he now owns, which was then a wilderness, but by industry he has increased his original tract until now he is the owner of a half-section (320 acres) of as fine land as there is in the county. Himself and wife joined the Regular Predestinarian Baptist Church in June of 1862, and have since been consistent members. He has been Justice of the Peace for a period of twenty years. He is a typical pioneer, liberal to all deserving charities, and one who has proven by his life the success of a determined will. Politically, he is a Democrat.
http://members.tripod.com/debmurray/tipton/tipbioref-9.htm

1900 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cicero, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 122.
William Tyner...78...Jan 1822...IN, NC, KY...married 55 yrs.
Margaret O Tyner...75...Aug 1825...KY, KY, KY...9 children, 6 living
Nancy E Newlon...43...Nov 1856...IN...dau...married 18 yrs
Allen F Newlon...40...May 1860...son-in-law
Myrtle Newlon...16...Nov 1883...IN...grandau
Charles Newlon...8...Dec 1891...IN...grandson

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and MARGARET HAMILTON are:
.....i......LOUISIANA E. TYNER, b. 06 Nov 1843, died 28 Mar 1903; m. ELIJAH SMYSER, April 05, 1888, Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She is buried in Row 13 #16 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. Tomb inscribed "daughter of Wm. J. & M.V. tyner"
448......ii......CHARLES RUDOLPHUS TYNER, b. Abt. 1847, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.
449......iii......JOHN A. TYNER, b. Abt. 1849, Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1900, Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
450......iv......MINERVA JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1851.
451......v......JUDAH E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1854, Tipton or Decatur County, Indiana, died 29 May 1886. Tombstone is for Judy E. Rose, aged 32y 5 mo. Buried in Row 14 #12 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......NANCY E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1856; m. ALLEN F. NEWLON, December 27, 1882, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
452......vii......ERA ETNA TYNER, b. Abt. 1859.
453......viii......WILSON THOMPSON TYNER, b. May 1862, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
454......ix......MALINDA FLORENCE TYNER, b. September 1864, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

170. POR RICHARD HARRIS KOLB (SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1795, and died Aft. 1870 in lived in Lebanon, Sevier, Arkansas. He married DOROTHEA COMBS January 1814 in Jackson County, Georgia.

Notes for POR RICHARD HARRIS KOLB: Harris and Dorothea had five children, all daughters.

A Harris Kolb is in the 1830 census for Jackson Co. Georgia with one male 10-14, one male 30-39, one female 0-4, 2 females 5-9, one female 10-14, and one female 30-39. A James and John Cash are also there.

Child of POR KOLB and DOROTHEA COMBS is:
.....i......SALLY KOLB, m. JOSEPH IMANUEL KOLB.

171. SOPHIA KOLB (SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 24, 1796 in North Carolina, and died August 14, 1847 in Heard County, Georgia. She married WILLIAM FRANCIS COMBS October 25, 1814 in Jackson County, Georgia. He was born January 30, 1791 in North Carolina, and died March 26, 1883.

Notes for SOPHIA KOLB:
See http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/ga/jack.htm
William Combs was a farmer, the son of a man with the surname HODGE from Augusta County, Virginia, and Elizabeth "Betsy" JUSTICE from Charles City County, Virginia. The father abandoned them when William was a baby. William Hodge started using the name "Combs" after 25 August 1791, following the marriage of his mother to Aron COMBS in Orange Co NC according to his pension application file in the National Archives in Washington, DC. (He was a veteran of the War of 1812.) He applied for the pension under the name Hodge but since he served as Combs, the pension was denied.

William F. COMBS came to Heard County, GA in the 1830s. He lived in the Houstan district, but lived in Jackson County, Georgia before moving to Heard County.

William F. COMBS had three children with Sarah KNIGHT (Lunceford): Andrew Calhoun, Henry, and Amanda.

Census: 1840 census
William F. COMBS p. 293, 788th District
2 males (ages 10-15), 1 male (age 20-30), 1 male (age 50-60), 2 females (ages 10-15), 1 female (age 40-50); 1 male slave (age 0-10), 1 male slave (age 24-36), 1 male slave (age 55-100), and 3 female slaves (ages 0-10)

Census: 1860
p. 675, HH #108-98
Littleton PASCHAL...30...M... farmer ... GA
Penelope... 20... F... GA
Samuel... 21... F... GA
Thomas Shackleford...49...M...GA
Joseph... 16 ...M... GA
Cynthia... 14 ... F ...Student... GA
Martha L.... 11 ... F... GA
Rebecca J.... 8... F... GA
Thomas F. ...4... M... GA
Harriet V. Dunlap... 12 ... M ... GA
Robert... 12... M... GA
William F. Combs... 60... M... Mechanic... GA

Children of SOPHIA KOLB and WILLIAM COMBS are:
.....i......JACKSON COMBS, b. Abt. 1815.
.....ii......REBECCA COMBS, b. Abt. 1815; m. THOMAS SHACKLEFORD.
.....iii......ELIZABETH COMBS, b. Abt. 1820; m. SOLOMON CARDWELL, Abt. 1837, Troup County, Georgia.
.....iv......JULIE COMBS, b. Abt. 1825; m. JEHU DEAN.
.....v......WILLIAM HARRISON COMBS, b. February 09, 1825, Jackson County, Georgia; m. (1) MARTHA YATES; m. (2) MARY MARTHA JANE WOODWARD; m. (3) MARTHA ANN WINGO.
.....vi......SUSANNAH COMBS, b. June 17, 1827; d. June 27, 1908; m. THOMAS YATES; b. June 17, 1827, Jackson County, Georgia; d. May 10, 1903.

Notes for SUSANNAH COMBS:
Tombstones:
Yeats, Thomas A. [YATES] ... Aug 5, 1822...May 10, 1903
.....(PVT CO A 41 GA INF Confederate States Army)
Yeats, Susan [Combs] ...Jun 17, 1827...Jun 27, 1908
[Married in 1847 in Heard Co, Ga.][d/o Wm. F. & Sophia Kolb Combs]
.....vii......MARCUS COMBS, b. Abt. 1830.
.....viii......JOHN F. COMBS, b. November 18, 1835, Heard County, Georgia; d. April 08, 1915, Randolph County, Alabama. Notes for JOHN F. COMBS: John never married.
Tombstone:
Combs, John F. .....Jan 18, 1836.....Apr 8, 1915
(PVT CO C 56 GA INF CSA)[s/o Wm F. & Sophia Kolb Combs]

172. REBECCA KOLB (SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1798 in South Carolina. She married SEABORN J. SCOGGINS. He was born Abt. 1795 in North Carolina.

Notes for REBECCA KOLB:
1830 Jackson Co. GA census
Scroggins, Seaborn J. has 1 male 0-4, 1 male 10-14, one male 20-29, one male 30-39, one female 30-39, 2 females 0-4, 2 females 5-9, and 2 females 10-14.

Per http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/ga/jack.htm :
Children of William Francis Combs and Sarah KNIGHT were as follows:
+ 10 i. Andrew Calhoun Combs, born Apr 2 1867; married Rebecca SCOGGINS.
11 ii. Henry Combs; born circa 1870.
12 iii. Amanda Combs; born circa 1875.
13 iv. Mary J. Lunsford; married Luther SCOGGINS, son of Seaborn SCOGGINS and Rebecca KOLB; born circa 1862.
14 v. Sara T. LUNSFORD; born circa 1864.
(Combs-Hodge-Justice Researcher Byron Hill)
This seems unlikely, since Rebecca would've been in her sixties when this Luther was born.

Notes for SEABORN J. SCOGGINS:
Seaborn was in the War of 1812. In the 1850's, he and some of his children moved to St. Clair County, Alabama.

See 1850 Heard Co. GA census.

Children of REBECCA KOLB and SEABORN SCOGGINS are:
.....i......SUSAN SCOGGINS, b. Abt. 1826.
.....ii......LOUISA SCOGGINS, b. Abt. 1829.
455......iii......JAMES B. SCOGGINS, b. October 03, 1832.
.....iv......LAFAYETTE SCOGGINS, b. November 1835.
.....v......DAMACUS SCOGGINS, b. October 1838; m. GRACY A. WHITE.
.....vi......LUCY SCOGGINS, b. 1847.

173. HARMON KOLB (SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 09, 1799, and died July 22, 1841. He married ELIZABETH POTTS.

Notes for HARMON KOLB:
July 4, 1814, William Potts was chosen guardian to Harmon Kolb, orphan of Jonathan Kolb.

A Harmon Kolb is in the DeKalb Co. GA 1830 census.

--Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, 1890, Pike County, County, page 345.
.....Caswell B. Willett, farmer, Murfreesboro, Ark. Mr. Willett is recognized as a careful, energetic agriculturist of this community, and by his advanced ideas and progressive habits has done no little for the farming interests hereabouts. Originally from Chatham County, N.C., where his birth occurred on June 10, 1830, he is the seventh of twelve children born to Charles and E.E. (Thomas) Willett, both of whom were natives of Chatham County, N.C. The parents left that county and moved to Monroe County, Ga., in 1833, and there passed the remainder of their days, the mother dying in 1840, and the father in 1866, at the age of sixty-six years. The father was a man of prominence, and at different times was engaged in various occupations, which brought him in considerable wealth. Caswell B. Willett was reared in Georgia, and received but a limited education in the common schools. After the death of his mother, which occurred when he was but a small child, he was taken by his grandmother and an uncle, with whom he remained until grown. At the age
of twenty years he commenced working for himself as a farmer, and was married, first, in 1850, to Miss Emeline Martin, a native of Georgia, and the daughter of Henry Martin, who was born in South Carolina. To Mr. and Mrs. Willett were born nine children, seven now living, and all residing in Pike County: Charley H., Louisa F., Fannie, Robert C., William S., Emeline and Ancil G. All these children are married, with the exception of William S. and Ancil G., the former of whim is living near Murfreesboro, and the latter with his father. Louisa F. was married, in 1874, to F.P. Hughes, a successful farmer of Pike County; Fannie married, in 1881, Mr. J.W. West, a farmer of the county, and Emeline married, in 1884, C.A. Watson, a farmer of the county. Mrs. Willett died on July 26, 1866, and Mr. Willett was married, in 1870, to Miss Mary A. Kolb, a native of Georgia, and the daughter of Harmon Kolb. This marriage resulted in the birth of one child, Edgar S., who is residing with his parents. During the late (Civil) war, Mr. Willett enlisted as a private in the Confederate army in July 1862, and was in the Chatham Flying Artillery. He was discharged on the 6th day of December of the same year, on account of physical disability. In 1864 he enlisted in Capt. Sharp's battalion, in which he served until the close of the war. He was in numerous skirmishes, although in no general engagements. In 1877 he moved from Georgia to Howard County, Ark., and settled permanently in Pike County in 1878. There he now resides on his farm of 200 acres, sixty-five acres under cultivation, and his principal crops are corn and cotton. Mr. Willett is a member of the Farmer's Union, which he joined in 1889, and of which he is president. He was first elected school director in 1883, and has since served with the exception of 1884 and 1886, when he filled the position of justice of the peace. He is a Democrat, but is not active politically. He and Mrs. Willett are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
Child of HARMON KOLB and ELIZABETH POTTS is:
.....i......WILLIAM W. KOLB.

174. JONATHAN L. KOLB (SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 12, 1807 in Jackson County, Georgia, and died December 18, 1872 in Ellis County, Texas. He married SARAH WALSTON November 20, 1834 in Troup County, Georgia.

Notes for JONATHAN L. KOLB:
Jonathan moved to Palestine, Texas, from Georgia and lived there about 20 years. Just before his death he moved to Ellis Co. and was buried there. After Jonathan's death, Sarah went to live with her daughter Susan in Runnels County and was buried south of Abilene, Texas, at old Content.

Children of JONATHAN KOLB and SARAH WALSTON are:
456......i......FRANCIS MARION KOLB, b. January 09, 1841, Georgia; d. May 06, 1928.
457......ii......MARTHA ANGELINE KOLB, b. Abt. 1843.
.....iii......WILLIAM HARMON KOLB.

175. RICHARD HARRISON KOLB (SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1809. He married CYNTHIA THOMSON January 27, 1835 in Jackson County, Georgia.

Notes for RICHARD HARRISON KOLB:
Walter Edward Holt "... then moved to Kolbtown, near Dierks in Howard County, where Walter was overseer for the farm of Richard Harrison Kolb, who owned considerable land in Sevier County. " (http://216.239.41.104/search?q=cache:U0FqKpWV82IJ:freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~caseytexas/Holt-White/Richholt.doc+%22Richard+Harrison+Kolb%22&hl=en&ie=UTF-8)

Child of RICHARD KOLB and CYNTHIA THOMSON is:
.....i......JOSEPH IMANUEL KOLB, m. SALLY KOLB.

176. TILMAN KOLB (MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 30, 1800 in Georgia, and died August 19, 1849 in Fayette County, Indiana. He married SERENA TYNER June 10, 1824 in Fayette County, Indiana, daughter of JOHN TYNER and FANNY MARTIN. She was born November 05, 1802 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died October 17, 1853 in Fayette County, Indiana.

Notes for SERENA TYNER:
CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: IN COUNTY: Fayette DIVISION: Harrison Township REEL NO: 432-144 PAGE NO: 218a
REFERENCE: 28th Aug 1850 Joseph Caldwell Asst Marshal;written p435
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LN HN..FN LAST NAME....FIRST NAME.. AGE SEX RACE OCCUP.......VAL.....BIRTHPLACE.... MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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39 266 272 ...Cyrene Kolb......48..F................2,640.. Sc.................. X
40 266 272 ...William Kolb.... 23..M......Farmer............ Ia
41 266 272 ...Eliza Kolb...... 22..F...................... Ia
42 266 272 ...Caroline Kolb... 21..F...................... Ia
1..266 272 ...RIchard Kolb.... 19..M......Farmer............ Ia..

Children of TILMAN KOLB and SERENA TYNER are:
.....i......JOHN HARRIS KOLB, b. April 08, 1825, Fayette County, Indiana; d. August 09, 1846, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLIAM JOHN KOLB, b. September 03, 1826, Fayette County, Indiana; d. May 06, 1899, Boone County, Indiana; m. SAFFRONA GIFFORD, February 01, 1855, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....iii......ELIZA ANN KOLB, b. December 17, 1827, Fayette County, Indiana; d. September 01, 1878; m. JAMES NEWHOUSE, February 23, 1871, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....iv......CAROLINE KOLB, b. May 25, 1829, Fayette County, Indiana; d. July 15, 1888, Fayette County, Indiana.
458......v......RICHARD HIRAM KOLB, b. May 15, 1831, Fayette County, Indiana; d. February 02, 1901, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....vi......FRANCIS MARION KOLB, b. December 30, 1834, Fayette County, Indiana; d. November 15, 1837, Fayette County, Indiana.

177. SUSANNA KOLB (MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 20, 1802 in Georgia, and died 1880 in Fayette County, Indiana. She married ADAM BANKS August 13, 1830 in Fayette County, Indiana. He was born April 25, 1775 in Virginia.

Children of SUSANNA KOLB and ADAM BANKS are:
.....i......ANDREW JACKSON BANKS, b. August 26, 1830.
.....ii......LOUVISA BANKS, b. April 25, 1833.
.....iii......RYLAND T. BANKS.
.....iv......MEHITABLE BANKS.
.....v......JEMIMA BANKS, b. 1839.
.....vi......SUSANNA BANKS, b. Abt. 1840.

178. WILLIAM KOLB (MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 07, 1805 in Georgia, and died July 29, 1898 in Oxford, Benton County, Indiana. He married KEZIAH RICH May 05, 1828 in Fayette County, Indiana, daughter of JOHN H. RICH. She was born April 17, 1808 in Chilicothe, Adams County, Ohio, and died August 05, 1899 in Oxford, Benton County, Indiana.

Children of WILLIAM KOLB and KEZIAH RICH are:
459......i......JOHN HORACE KOLB, b. August 13, 1833, Rush County, Indiana; d. April 17, 1913.
.....ii......MARY JANE KOLB, b. February 17, 1829, Fayette County, Indiana; d. February 17, 1914, Oxford, Benton County, Indiana; m. JOHN M. CHEAK, February 29, 1852.
460......iii......DR. JONATHAN KOLB, b. October 22, 1830, Fayette County, Indiana; d. September 13, 1896, Oxford, Benton, Indiana.
.....iv......MAHALA KOLB, b. August 18, 1834, Rush County, Indiana; d. May 08, 1923, Oxford, Benton, Indiana; m. LEVI BENEDICT, October 24, 1860, Benton County, Indiana.
461......v......JASPER T. KOLB, b. August 09, 1836, Lafayette, Rush, Indiana; d. January 07, 1918.
.....vi......PHOEBE KOLB, b. October 10, 1838, Rush County, Indiana; d. June 16, 1927.
.....vii......RICHARD KOLB, b. Abt. 1840, Rush County, Indiana; d. October 21, 1925; m. (1) HULDAH A. KIGER, March 27, 1864, Benton County, Indiana; m. (2) SABRA PENNER, January 13, 1873, Fountain County, Indiana.

Notes for RICHARD KOLB:
COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI, INDIANA, HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL,
Published by F.A. Battey & Co, Chicago, 1883, pg 273
RICHARD KOLB was born in Rush County, Ind., in 1840, and is the son of William and Keziah Kolb, natives of Georgia and North Carolina, pioneers of Fayette County, this State, and now residents of Benton County. Richard passed his boyhood years in Benton County, and, at the early age of nineteen, enlisted in Company E, Fortieth Indiana Volunteer Infantry, and serve4 three years and eight months. Among other battles, he took part at Shiloh, Stone River, Mission Ridge and Kenesaw Mountain. He was wounded both at Mission and Kenesaw, at the latter quite seriously. For six weeks he lay in the hospital, and was absent from his regiment nearly six months, owing to his disability most of the time at home on leave of absence. In March, 1864, he was married, in Benton County, to Miss Huldah Kiger, a native of Wabash County, Ind., and daughter of Jacob N. Kiger. She died in 1868, and January 13, 1873, be married, in Fountain County, Ind., Miss Sabra Penner, daughter of William Penner. In 1874, he settled on 160 acres in this township, but subsequently sold. He is the father of five cbildren Arta M., Ada M., Viola, Lottie G. and Annie J., and at present is Township Road Commissioner.
.....viii......WILLIAM D. KOLB, m. LILLIS JANE UTTER, January 16, 1868, Benton County, Indiana.
.....ix......ALBERT KOLB, m. HARRIET F. PAGET, March 02, 1871, Benton County, Indiana.

179. MARGARET KOLB (MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born July 03, 1807 in Ohio, and died October 10, 1879 in Rush County, Indiana. She married DAVIS RICH December 28, 1829 in Fayette County, Indiana, son of JOHN RICH and ELIZABETH DAVIS. He was born 1811 in Ohio, and died January 09, 1865.

Notes for MARGARET KOLB:
http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~crrking/ghtout/gtp279.htm says she died 10 October 1878 in Howard County, Indiana.

Children of MARGARET KOLB and DAVIS RICH are:
.....i......WHEELER RICH, b. October 17, 1830, Rush County, Indiana; m. REBECCA PETRO, January 09, 1857; b. Abt. 1825, Warren County, Ohio.
.....ii......REBECCA RICH, b. May 11, 1846, Rush County, Indiana; m. JAMES PETRO, October 06, 1867.
462......iii......JOSEPHUS RICH, b. April 28, 1848, Raleigh, Rush County, Indiana; d. November 11, 1923, Laclede, Missouri.

180. ELIZABETH KOLB (MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 24, 1810 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. She married WILLIAM GORDON December 28, 1829 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1809 in North Carolina, USA.

Notes for ELIZABETH KOLB:
24 August 1850 - Washington, Rush, Indiana
William Gordon...41...farmer...$1000...NC
Elizabeth Gordon...39...IN
Sanford Gordon...19...IN...farmer
Wheeler Gordon...16...IN...farmer
William L. Gordon...14...IN
John W. Gordon...12...IN
Elizabeth I. Gordon...10...IN
Robert A. Gordon...8...IN
Jasper N. Gordon...4...IN
James F. Gordon...2...IN
Thomas L. Gordon...8/12...IN

Notes for WILLIAM GORDON:
Fayette Co. In Marriage Records:
GORDEN, Isaac THARP, Polly 15 Oct. 1829
GORDEN, Jonathan TYNER, Matilda 9 Oct. 1828
GORDEN, William (State of Ohio) KOLB, Elizabeth 28 Dec. 1829
GORDON, David TYNER, Emily 30 May 1827 Lic. issued
GORDON, Jonathon KOLB, Jemima 5 March 1854
GORDON, Marvin H. KLUM, Katharine 29 December 1853

Children of ELIZABETH KOLB and WILLIAM GORDON are:
.....i......SANFORD GORDON, b. Abt. 1831.
.....ii......WHEELER GORDON, b. Abt. 1834.
.....iii......WILLIAM L. GORDON, b. Abt. 1836.
.....iv......JOHN W. GORDON, b. Abt. 1838.
.....v......ELIZABETH I. GORDON, b. Abt. 1840.
.....vi......ROBERT A. GORDON, b. Abt. 1842.
.....vii......JASPER N. GORDON, b. Abt. 1846.
.....viii......JAMES F. GORDON, b. Abt. 1848.
.....ix......THOMAS L. GORDON, b. Abt. 1850.

181. CHRISTIANA KOLB (MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1813. She married JOHN MILLER Abt. 1833. He was born Abt. 1790 in Virginia.

Notes for CHRISTIANA KOLB:
Census: 1850 Fayette Co. IN census
CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: IN COUNTY: Fayette DIVISION: Harrison Township REEL NO: 432-144 PAGE NO: 215b & 216a
REFERENCE: 25th Aug 1850 Joseph Caldwell Asst Marshal;written p431
LN HN..FN LAST NAME....FIRST NAME.. AGE SEX RACE OCCUP.......VAL.....BIRTHPLACE.... MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
42 237 243 ...John Miller...... 60..M......Farmer......1,800.. Va
1..237 243 ......Christiana Miller .. 46..F...................... Nj
2..237 243 ......Sarah Ann Miller....18..F...................... Ia
3..237 243 ......Rachel Miller......15..F...................... Ia
4..237 243 ......Reuben Miller......11..M...................... Ia.............. X
5..237 243 ......Susannah Miller.... 9.. F...................... Ia.............. X
6..237 243 ......Francis Miller.... 8.. M...................... Ia.............. X
7..237 243 ......George Miller......5.. M...................... Ia.............. X
8..237 243 ......Juder Faster Miller....3.. M...................... Ia
9..238 244 ...... Samuel G. Tyner....39..M......Farmer......3,200.. Ia
10 238 244 ...... Mary Tyner...... 26..F...................... Ia.............. X
11 238 244 ...... Elmyra Tyner......17..F...................... Ia.............. X
12 238 244 ...... William Tyner.... 15..M......Farmer............ Ia
13 238 244 ...... Fanny Tyner...... 13..F...................... Ia
14 238 244 ...... James Tyner...... 9.. M...................... Ia
15 238 244 ...... Elizabeth Tyner....7.. F...................... Ia
16 238 244 ...... Sarah Ann Tyner....7.. F...................... Ia
17 238 244 ...... John Tyner...... 5.. M...................... Ia
18 238 244....... Andrew Scott......17..M......Laborer............Ia

Children of CHRISTIANA KOLB and JOHN MILLER are:
.....i......SARAH ANN MILLER, b. Abt. 1832.
.....ii......RACHEL MILLER, b. Abt. 1835.
.....iii......REUBEN MILLER, b. Abt. 1839.
.....iv......SUSANNAH MILLER, b. Abt. 1841, Iowa.
.....v......FRANCIS MILLER, b. Abt. 1842, Iowa.
.....vi......GEORGE MILLER, b. Abt. 1845.
.....vii......JUDER FASTER MILLER, b. Abt. 1847.

182. LUCINDA TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 1799 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died September 20, 1851 in Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA. She married NATHANIEL HAMILTON November 08, 1821 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, son of NATHANIEL HAMILTON and ELIZABETH BUCHANON. He was born May 24, 1798 in Pennsylvania, USA, and died September 06, 1885 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

Children of LUCINDA TYNER and NATHANIEL HAMILTON are:
463......i......ELIZA ANN HAMILTON, b. March 09, 1825, Fayette County, Indiana; d. February 01, 1893, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....ii......JOHN HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1828, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. November 24, 1891.
.....iii......MARY HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1834, Connersville Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......NATHANIEL HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1837, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....v......LUCINDA HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1839, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......JAMES HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1841, Connersville Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1850.
.....vii......MARGARET HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1843, Connersville Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. Bef. 1850.
.....viii......WASHINGTON M. HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1845, Connersville Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1850.
.....ix......ELVIRA HAMILTON, b. Abt. 1848, Connersville Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1850.

183. MALINDA TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 19, 1802 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died November 14, 1869 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She married SAMUEL DEHAVEN December 05, 1820 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, son of SAMUEL DEHAVEN and CATHERINE ROMIG. He was born January 15, 1796, and died September 12, 1868 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MALINDA TYNER:
Sources include Frank DeHaven at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=declub&id=I1876

Marriage between Malinda Tyner & Samuel DeHaven as: 05 Dec 1820 not 06 Dec 1820. -- Indiana Marriages, 1802-1892 Record

1850 - Harrison, Fayette, Indiana
Samuel DeHaven...53...farmer...$3750...KY
Milinda DeHaven...47...SC
James DeHaven...22...farmer...Ind
Sarah DeHaven...18...Ind
Matilda DeHaven...15...Ind
Samuel DeHaven...13...Ind
Isaac DeHaven...12...Ind
Jacob DeHaven...10...Ia
Richard DeHaven...7...Ia
Oliver DeHaven...6...Ia
Mary Gordon...2...Ia

1860 - Harrison, Fayette, Indiana
Saml Dehaven...64...farmer...$10,035 real estate...$1266 personal...KY
Malinda Dehaven...57...SC
Saml g Dehaven...26...IN
Jacob Dehaven...19...IN
Richard L Dehaven...15...IN
Oliver Dehaven...13...IN
Jane Gorden...16...domestic...IN

Children of MALINDA TYNER and SAMUEL DEHAVEN are:
.....i......CHRISTOPHER DEHAVEN, b. July 11, 1822, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......ALLYZAN DEHAVEN, b. December 12, 1823.
.....iii......MARGARET ANN DEHAVEN, b. February 26, 1825.
.....iv......CATHERINE DEHAVEN, b. September 22, 1826, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1892, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....v......HESTER ANN DEHAVEN, b. September 22, 1826, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. August 06, 1827, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
464......vi......JAMES TYNER DEHAVEN, b. December 08, 1827, Indiana, USA; d. 1892, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......WILLIAM DEHAVEN, b. March 27, 1829, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. April 01, 1830, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......SARAH ANN DEHAVEN, b. February 01, 1832, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. March 13, 1905, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......MATILDA ANN DEHAVEN, b. October 14, 1834, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. January 19, 1903, Indiana, USA.
465......x......SAMUEL G. DEHAVEN, b. June 20, 1836, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. March 22, 1858, Sardorus, Illinois.
466......xi......ISAAC H. DEHAVEN, b. October 20, 1837, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. July 03, 1891.
.....xii......JACOB N. DEHAVEN, b. February 25, 1840, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....xiii......RICHARD L. DEHAVEN, b. October 01, 1842, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....xiv......OLIVER L. DEHAVEN, b. May 28, 1844, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....xv......MARY GORDON DEHAVEN, b. Abt. 1848, Indiana, USA.

184. JOHN TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1804 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died Abt. 1836 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married MELISSA ORR December 15, 1826 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She was born May 12, 1807 in Kentucky, USA, and died January 20, 1882 in Jefferson Township, Whitley, Indiana, USA.

Child of JOHN TYNER and MELISSA ORR is:
467......i......MARGARET ANN TYNER, b. July 04, 1827, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. June 09, 1906, Whitley County, Indiana, USA.

185. RICHARD TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 03, 1806 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died April 28, 1893 in Loganspot, Cass, Indiana, USA. He married EMILY ANN ROSS December 20, 1832 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ANDREW ROSS and HANNAH DALE. She was born February 08, 1813 in Woodford County, Kentucky, USA, and died June 06, 1879 in Clinton Township, Cass, Indiana, USA. Emily is buried in St. Johns Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana.

Notes for RICHARD TYNER:
Richard went to Cass Co. IN in 1835.

1850 - Clinton, Cass, Indiana
Richard Tyner...43...SC...farmer...$2000
Emily Tyner...38...KY
Jordan Tyner...15...IN
William Tyner...11...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...9...IN
John O. Tyner...4...IN
Daniel P. Tyner...6/12...IN

1860 - Clinton, Cass, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Clinton, Cass, Indiana; Roll: M653_247; Page: 712; Image: 199.
Richard Tyner...53...farmer...$4000 real estate...$1435 personal...SC
Emily Tyner...47...Woodford Co. KY
Jordan R Tyner...24...Cass Co. IN...farm hand
William Tyner...20...Cass Co. IN
Elizabeth Tyner...18...Cass Co. IN
John Tyner...14...Cass Co. IN
Meredith Tyner...8...Cass Co. IN

1880...Clinton, Cass, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254268; NA Film Number ...T9-0268; Page Number ...390A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Richard Tyner...Self ...W ...Male ...W ...73 ...SC ...Farmer ...SC ...SC
O. John Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...33 ...IN ...Farm Laborer ...SC ...KY
Merideth Tyner...Son ...M ...Male ...W ...27 ...IN ...Farm Laborer ...SC ...KY
Annabel Tyner...DauL ...M ...Female ...W ...27 ...IN ...Keeping House ...VA ...OH
Otto Tyner...GSon ...S ...Male ...W ...1 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Lotty Tyner...GDau ...S ...Female ...W ...1 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Eva Wagener...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...21 ...IN ...Servant ...VA ...OH
Daniel Robinson...Other ...S ...Male ...B ...31 ...AL ...Farm Laborer ...TN ...NC
Robert Buckner...Other ...W ...Male ...B ...60 ...VA ...Farm Laborer ...VA ...VA

Children of RICHARD TYNER and EMILY ROSS are:
.....i......LETITIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1833; d. Bef. 1850.
468......ii......JORDAN ROSS TYNER, b. October 1835, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. May 22, 1908, Logansport, Cass County, IN, USA.
.....iii......JAMES TYNER, b. Abt. 1839, Cass County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1886.
469......iv......WILLIAM H. TYNER, b. Abt. 1839, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. June 25, 1920, Indiana, USA.
470......v......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1841, Cass County, Indiana; d. April 22, 1905, Cass County, Indiana.
.....vi......CAROLINE TYNER, b. Abt. 1843, Cass County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1850.
471......vii......JOHN OLIVER TYNER, b. October 1846, Cass County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......DANIEL P. TYNER, b. Abt. 1849, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1886.
472......ix......MEREDITH TYNER, b. September 12, 1852, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. December 23, 1937.

186. MATILDA TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1809 in Dearborn County (now Franklin), Indiana, USA, and died Bef. 1850. She married JONATHAN GORDON October 09, 1828 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, son of JAMES GORDON and JANE CHADWICK. He was born October 22, 1798 in North Carolina, USA, and died 1869 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

Children of MATILDA TYNER and JONATHAN GORDON are:
473......i......JAMES GORDON, b. Abt. 1830, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......JOHN GORDON, b. Abt. 1832, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......MALINDA GORDON, b. Abt. 1834, Indiana, USA.
Notes for MALINDA GORDON:
Census: 1870 Living w/brother James in Washington Twp., Rush Co., Indiana (p.26)
Census: 1880 Single, servant w/Smith Corson in Washington Twp., Rush Co., Indiana (ED79, p.33)
.....iv......? GORDON, b. 1836, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....v......LETITIA MAY GORDON, b. Abt. 1838, Indiana, USA.
474......vi......JEFFERSON GORDON, b. Abt. 1840, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......MARGARET GORDON, b. Abt. 1843, Indiana, USA.
475......viii......JANE GORDON, b. Abt. 1844, Indiana, USA.

187. SAMUEL GIVENS TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 29, 1811 in Franklin County (now Fayette), Indiana, USA, and died June 03, 1883 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) ELIZABETH ANN ROSS June 07, 1832 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ANDREW ROSS and HANNAH DALE. She was born February 08, 1811 in Kentucky, USA, and died August 1839 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARY STEVENS December 01, 1839 in Fayette County, Indiana. She was born October 14, 1820, and died October 01, 1899.

Notes for SAMUEL GIVENS TYNER:
CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: IN COUNTY: Fayette DIVISION: Harrison Township REEL NO: 432-144 PAGE NO: 215b & 216a
REFERENCE: 25th Aug 1850 Joseph Caldwell Asst Marshal;written p431
LN HN..FN LAST NAME....FIRST NAME.. AGE SEX RACE OCCUP.......VAL.....BIRTHPLACE.... MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
42 237 243 .....John Miller...... 60..M......Farmer......1,800.. Va
1..237 243 ......Christiana Miller .. 46..F...................... Nj
2..237 243 ......Sarah Ann Miller....18..F...................... Ia
3..237 243 ......Rachel Miller......15..F...................... Ia
4..237 243 ......Reuben Miller......11..M...................... Ia.............. X
5..237 243 ......Susannah Miller.... 9.. F...................... Ia.............. X
6..237 243 ......Francis Miller.... 8.. M...................... Ia.............. X
7..237 243 ......George Miller......5.. M...................... Ia.............. X
8..237 243 ......Juder Faster Miller....3.. M...................... Ia
9..238 244 ...... Samuel G. Tyner....39..M......Farmer......3,200.. Ia
10 238 244 ...... Mary Tyner...... 26..F...................... Ia.............. X
11 238 244 ...... Elmyra Tyner......17..F...................... Ia.............. X
12 238 244 ...... William Tyner.... 15..M......Farmer............ Ia
13 238 244 ...... Fanny Tyner...... 13..F...................... Ia
14 238 244 ...... James Tyner...... 9.. M...................... Ia
15 238 244 ...... Elizabeth Tyner....7.. F...................... Ia
16 238 244 ...... Sarah Ann Tyner....7.. F...................... Ia
17 238 244 ...... John Tyner...... 5.. M...................... Ia
18 238 244....... Andrew Scott......17..M......Laborer............Ia

1870 census for HARRISON, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA
44-46
Samuel Tyner...58...farmer...$13,000...Indiana
Mary Tyner...48...IN
William Tyner...33...IN
Sarah Tyner...27...IN
Emily Tyner...19...IN
Malinda Tyner...13...IN
Richard Tyner...13...IN
Helen Tyner...8...IN

--, 47
John Tyner...26...IN
Amanda Tyner...21...IN

Children of SAMUEL TYNER and ELIZABETH ROSS are:
.....i......ELMYRA TYNER, b. Abt. 1833, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; m. JOSEPH WILBURN CALDWELL, March 15, 1855, Fayette County, Indiana. She d. 02 Feb 1899 Muncie, Delaware, Indiana.
476......ii......WILLIAM ROSS TYNER, b. 03 May 1836, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. 12 Mar 1905.
.....iii......HANNAH JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1837, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

Children of SAMUEL TYNER and MARY STEVENS are:
477......iv......JAMES M. TYNER, b. June 1841, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....v......SARAH ANN TYNER, b. 1841, Indiana; m. MARION J. DARTER, December 09, 1885, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....vi......ELIZABETH ANN TYNER, b. 1843, Fayette County, Indiana.
478......vii......JOHN TYLER TYNER, b. 1845, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....viii......EMILY TYNER, b. 17 Aug 1851, Fayette County, Indiana; d. 12 Oct 1931 Madison County, Indiana. She m. JOHN DOUGLAS GOODING and had two children.
.....ix......MALINDA TYNER, b. 1853, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....x......RICHARD TYNER, b. 1857, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....xi......HELEN TYNER, b. 1862, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....xii......? TYNER, b. 1863, Fayette County, Indiana; d. 1863, Fayette County, Indiana.

188. WILLIAM TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 1816 Indiana, and died 7 Jan 1907 Muncie, Delaware, Indiana. He married (1) CAROLINE ROYSTER June 01, 1837 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) RACHEL ? abt. 1840. He married (3) ELIZABETH ANN ? abt. 1855.

Notes for WILLIAM TYNER:
Census: 1840 Connersville Twp., Fayette Co., Indiana (p.66) [1m 20-30] [1 in mfg.]

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Rochester, Fulton, Indiana; Roll: M432_146; Page: 414B; Image: 511.
William Tyner...34...IN...saddler
Rachael Tyner...32...VA...
Sarah E. Tyner...9...IN
W. B. Tyner...3...IN
Cyrus Tyner...1...IN
Jas Parker...18...IN
Francis M. Smith...13...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Wayne, Allen, Indiana; Roll: M653_243; Page: 922; Image: 686; Family History Library Film: 803243.
Wm Tyner...45...IN...saddler...$125
Elizabeth Tyner...25...IN
Sarah E. Tyner...19...IN
Wm. D. Tyner...11...IN
Cyrus Tyner...10...IN
Walter Tyner...3...IN
Edward Tyner...3/12...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Lafayette Ward 3, Tippecanoe, Indiana; Roll: M593_362; Page: 120A; Image: 243; Family History Library Film: 545861.
William Tyner...53...IN...saddler
E. A. Tyner...36...IN
Walter Tyner...13...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Muncie, Delaware, Indiana; Roll: 274; Family History Film: 1254274; Page: 386A; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 0413
William Tyner...64...IN, , , ...saddler
Elizabeth Tyner...44...IN, NY, OH
Walter Tyner...21...IN, IN, IN...laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Center, Delaware, Indiana; Roll: 367; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0032; FHL microfilm: 1240367.
William Tyner...83...Jul 1816...IN, VA, VA...harnessmaker...married 35 years
Elizabeth Ann Tyner...65...Jan 1835...IN, NY, OH...married 35 years...9 children, 1 living
Cyrus Tyner...51...May 1849...IN, IN, IN...son...widowed
Walter E. Tyner...35...Aug 1864...IN, IN, IN...hodcarrier...single...son
Loring H. Tyner...21...Aug 1878...IN, IN, IN...grandson...machinist

Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920
Name: William Tyner
Date: 7 Jan 1907
Location: Muncie
Age: 90 Yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: County Health Office, Muncie
Source notes: The source of this record is the book H-7 on page 52 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and RACHEL ? are:
.....i......SARAH E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1841.
479......ii......WILLIAM B. TYNER, b. December 1846, Indiana, USA; d. August 1919, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
480......iii......CYRUS TYNER, b. May 1849, Indiana.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and ELIZABETH ? are:
.....iv......WALTER E. TYNER, b. maybe 1857 or maybe Aug 1864 Indiana, depending on the census you read.
.....v......EDWARD TYNER, b. Abt. 1860 Indiana.

189. DANIEL HARRIS TYNER (JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1817 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died December 1875 in Medicine Lodge, Barber, Kansas, USA. He married CAROLINE C. FLORA October 13, 1839 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1819 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for DANIEL HARRIS TYNER:
Daniel was killed while on police duty as an officer in Kansas.
Census 1850 Keeping livery stable in Noble Twp., Wabash Co., Indiana (p.409[AC4])
Census: 1840 Noble Twp., Wabash Co., Indiana (p.3[AC3])

Child of DANIEL TYNER and CAROLINE FLORA is:
481......i......HARMON H. TYNER, b. July 1842, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1910.

190. DRURY DRUMMOND TYNER (JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 17, 1800 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died December 17, 1882 in Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married ISABELLA DICKEY November 23, 1820 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM DICKEY and SARAH MCCLELLAN. She was born May 04, 1798 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, USA, and died April 01, 1877 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for DRURY DRUMMOND TYNER:
They were married by Isaac Banks, a Baptist minister.

1830 Tyner Drury TYNER Drewry IN Fayette No Township 33
1830 Tyner Fanny TYNER Fanny IN Fayette No Township 35
1830 Tyner Margaret TYNER Margarett IN Fayette No Township 36
1830 Tyner John TYNER John IN Fayette No Township 40
1840 Tyner James TYNER James IN Fayette Harrison township 41
1840 Tyner Drury TYNER Drury IN Fayette Harrison township 44
1840 Tyner John Tyner John H IN Fayette Harrison township 44
1840 Tyner Samuel TYNER Samuel G IN Fayette Harrison township 45

1880 Census La Gro, Wabash Co, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254315 National Archives Film T9-0315 Page 288C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Drury Tyner... Self... M...W... W...79 ...SCOT... Occ: Farmer ...FA SCOT ...MO SCOT
William Tyner...Son... M... S...W... 59... IN ... Occ: Carpenter... Fa SCOT ...Mo KY
Fanny A. Tyner.... Dau... F... S .. W...57... IN ... Occ: Keeps House ... Fa SCOT... Mo KY
Sarah E. Tyner....Dau... F... S... W 65 ...IN ... Occ: At Home... Fa SCOT... Mo KY
Sanford Tyner... GSon... M...S... W... 21... IN ... Occ: At Home... Fa IN ...Mo IN

BIOGRAPHY:_"Wabash County, Indiana History" [1884] anc.com
.....Drury Tyner (deceased). We have in the subject before us, one who aided in paving the way for civilization in its dawning day in this county. Drury Tyner was born in Abbeville county, S.C., December 17, 1800, decendant of an English family. Young Drury, in company with his parents, came to the Territory of Indiana in 1808, the family settling in what is now Franklin County, where he received a limited education in the subscription schools of pioneer days. In 1849, he came to Wabash County, locating on the present site of the family homestead, which was at that time in the midst of a dense forest. On November 23, 1820, he was married to Miss Isabella Dickey, a native of Kentucky, born in 1798. They were the parents of thirteen children, of whom eight survive, viz., William D. D., Fanny A., Sarah E. M. C., John A., James A., Mary Isabelle, Rebecca R. and David H. Mrs. Tyner died April 1, 1877, and was loved by all that knew her. After a protracted illness, Mrs. Tyner departed this life December 17, 1882. Himself and wife were members of the Baptist Church at Ross Run. By industry, by an untiring perserverance, and by prudent management, Mr. Tyner achieved success, and transformed the wilderness into a beautiful, fertile farm. He also succeeded in providing his children with good homes. [Drury died at exactly age 82, being born/died on Dec. 17th.] Buried in Dora Cemetery, south of Dora Pike.

Children of DRURY TYNER and ISABELLA DICKEY are:
.....i......FANNIE ANNE TYNER, b. Fayette County, Indiana; d. July 03, 1903, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana.
482......ii......EMILY JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1821, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1856.
.....iii......WILLIAM DONALDSON TYNER, b. November 07, 1821, Indiana, USA; d. January 01, 1888, Wabash County, Indiana, USA. William never married. In the Civil War he was in Co. G, 138th Infantry.
.....iv......JASPER DICKEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1823, Indiana, USA. Jasper never married.
.....v......SARAH ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1825, Indiana; d. Abt. 1892, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA. Sarah never married.
.....vi......JOHN HARRIS TYNER, b. August 1826, Fayette County, Indiana; d. November 16, 1901, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana; m. MARY JANE MCCLELLAN, September 26, 1852, Indiana; b. Abt. 1833, Ohio; d. 1908, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana. They share a tombstone in Lagro IOOF Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana.
483......vii......JAMES ANDREW TYNER, b. October 17, 1829, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1907, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
484......viii......MARY ISABELLE TYNER, b. Abt. 1831, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana.
485......ix......REBECCA RUTH TYNER, b. Abt. 1835, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. Abt. 1918.
486......x......BENJAMIN DICKEY TYNER, b. June 14, 1835, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. May 20, 1880, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....xi......HARRIET ABIGAIL TYNER, b. Abt. 1837; d. Abt. 1843. Harriet died at age six.
.....xii......EDWARD STANLEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1839, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana.
487......xiii......DAVID HURLBERT DRUMMOND TYNER, b. June 11, 1843, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. April 13, 1924, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

192. JAMES A. TYNER (JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 19, 1807 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died November 03, 1897 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married LUCINDA A. CALDWELL October 31, 1829 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JAMES CALDWELL and MARY LODER. She was born August 30, 1812 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died September 23, 1895 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES A. TYNER:
Sources include: Don T. Mitchell, who sent me 13 pages jampacked with descendents.

Residence: .....1850 - Brandywine, Hancock, Indiana
James Tyner...45...farmer...$3500...NC
Lucinda Tyner...37...IN
Amanda E. Tyner...17...IN
John Tyner...15...IN
Eliza A. Tyner...13...IN
William H. Tyner...11...IN
Salena Tyner...9...IN
Emily Tyner...7...IN
Martha C. Tyner...4...IN
James C. Tyner...2...IN
William Tyner...28...carpenter...$110...IN

1860 - Brandywine, Hancock, Indiana, Series M653, Roll 263, Part 1, Page 748
James Tyner...52...farmer...$12,275 real estate; $1,974 personal...SC
Lucinda Tyner...47...IN
William F Tyner...21...IN
Salena Tyner...19...IN
Emily Tyner...15...IN
Martha E Tyner...14...IN
James C Tyner...12...IN
Elbert S Tyner...9...IN
Elizabeth S Tyner...7...IN
Wilson Tyner ...5...IN
Frederick Ellsberry...19...farm laborer
Mary Caldwell...70...lady...New Jersey

James, Sr. Tyner found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Indiana, 1870
Age: 62
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: SC
State: Indiana
County: HANCOCK
Locale: BRANDYWINE TWP
Series: M593
Roll: 320
Part: 1
Page: 293A

The following newspaper article was found in the 'Greenfield Republican' weekly newspaper of Hancock County, Indiana. The paper was doing a series called 'Our Pioneer Sketches!', seemingly 32 total. This article was published on October 15, 1891, the last one published. THE REPUBLICAN WILL PUBLISH SHORT BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES FROM TIME TO TIME.
Of the Old Pioneers now Living in the County, Giving in Detail Many Interesting Remininiscenses of the Early Day,
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Relating the Hardships, Trials and Difficulties Through Which They Passed, Following Their Career up to the Present Time.
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These Sketches Will be Carefully and Accurately Written up, and Will Prove to be Interesting Reading for all,
Sketch no. 32 - James Tyner of Brandywine Township
…..Uncle Jimmy, as he is familiarly known was born in Abbeville district, South Carolina, September 19, 1807. His parents were John and Fannie Tyner. He was one of ten children, five girls and five boys. He and his brother John H. Tyner of Fayette county, are all that still survive. His father was a saddler and in his time was reckoned good. When young Jimmy was 8 months old his parents emigrated with their family to Fayette county, Indiana, a distance of 500 miles, on pack horses. Mr. Tyner said his mother held him in her arms the whole way. They settled on a farm two miles south of Brookville, thence to Fayette in 1813, in the woods, where they proceeded to make ‘Fields from Forests,' they had 320 acres. The subject of this sketch assisted to work the farm until he was 22 years of age. Every day the forest resounded with the ring of the ax continually for many years. When he was 22 years of age he was married to Lucinda Caldwell, a neighbor woodman's daughter, they lived and loved, hoped and worked, in that locality until 1835, when he and his wife resolved to try their fortunes in the newer county of Hancock. They settled in their present location on 200 acres of land, purchased of Andrew Jackson with his autograph to the sheepskin, they paid the regular price, $1.25 per acre. They had a log cabin with dirt fire place, and many a meal on potatoes roasted in the ashes, and corn dodger baked likewise. He worked and prospered as his beautiful farm with its many modern improvements of the present day indicates. Twelve children were the fruit of this union, 7 girls and 5 boys, 7 are still living. The son John lives in the home with his father, he is married and has 6 children. His wife is a daughter of Mr. J. M. Morgan of Greenfield. John has a daughter married and living in Richmond, her husband is Thomas Todd. James C. lives near his father, is married and has four children, one of them the son Harvey, is married. Elbert L. Tyner is well and favorably known over most of our county as a member of the firm of Tyner & Tyner who buy and handle more stock perhaps than any other firm in the county. Mr. Tyner has a nice farm well improved and productive, a few miles south-east of the city. The residence and the environments, plainly indicate the abode of one of our most industrious and thrifty farmers. He has a splendid wife and three bright daughters. Eliza is the wife of Alfred Newhouse of Rush county, an influential and well to do farmer of that county; she has 10 living children. The daughter Salena is the wife of Thomas Carr, of this city, a plasterer, being skilled in his line. They have one child. Emily is the wife of John H. Duncan, a prosperous and courteous farmer of this county. Many of our readers know Mr. Duncan. They have four children. Elizabeth is the widow of Henry C. Marsh, a former editor of this paper, Mr. Marsh has been dead about three years. Mrs. Marsh has five children. The dead son Wm. F., left a family of three children, one daughter is Mrs. Ella Helms, a reader of the REPUBLICAN at Eden, Ind. Mary J. now dead, was the devoted wife of Barney Coffield now a resident of this city. She left 4 children, 3 of them being James, Wm. M., and Martha. The dead daughter Martha was Mrs. Jasper Power. She left four children, all now living in Indianapolis. Amanda was Mrs. Robert Komack, she left 9 children. Mr. Tyner has 44 grand children and 25 great grand children. He and his patient, faithful old wife nave climbed the hill together for 62 years. The couple that acted as bridesmaid and groomsman at their wedding are still living. Mrs. Tyner is now in her 80th year, she has been a dutiful wife, and a kind loving mother to a large family of boys and girls. Mr. Tyners first vote was for Andrew Jackson, and he has not failed to cast a vote since. He and his wife have been members of the Baptist church for 40 years. These two kind and benevolent old people will leave behind them many evidences in the hearts of men, of the many good deeds done as they journeyed onward, and the world will have been made better by their having lived in it.

Added to ancestry.com by tddbd717 on 15 Sep 2008
Originally submitted by Geraldine_Cunningham to Cunningham,Jacobs, Ross Family Tree on 6 Jan 2008
James's father moved the family to Indiana Territory in 1808 and settled in where Franklin County si now located. They resided there until 1813, when they moved to the territory that is now Fayette County. James married Lucinda Caldwell in 1829. In 1835 he and his small family moved to Hancock County and settled in the green woods in Brandywine Township, and cleared an extensive farm. Well past 70 years of age, he was quoted as saying "He was never under the necessity of having a doctor to attend him except through one 'spell of sickness'." He was a member of the Orthodox Baptist Church, known as Shiloh. He was a substantial Democrat and served a number of terms as County Commissioner of the Second Commissioners District, being elected in 1849, 1861, 1866, and 1872. In 1829 he was a Trustee for the schools of Section 16, Tonwship 15, Range 8. In 1883, he was President of the Old Settlers meeting. He was highly thought of in the community.

Children of JAMES TYNER and LUCINDA CALDWELL are:
488......i......MARY JANE TYNER, b. November 10, 1830, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. July 11, 1884, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
489......ii......AMANDA ELLEN TYNER, b. November 30, 1832, Harris Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. March 21, 1885, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
490......iii......JOHN HARRIS TYNER, b. November 07, 1834, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. October 21, 1915, Jackson Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
491......iv......ELIZA ANN TYNER, b. February 20, 1837, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. November 06, 1921, Rush County, Indiana.
492......v......WILLIAM FRANKLIN TYNER, b. March 01, 1839, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. October 30, 1872, Blue River Township, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......SELENA TYNER, b. February 28, 1841, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. May 20, 1900, Hancock County, Indiana; m. THOMAS J. CARR, March 03, 1872, Hancock County, Indiana.
493......vii......EMILY TYNER, b. May 27, 1843, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. October 16, 1922, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....viii......MARTHA CAROLINE TYNER, b. January 10, 1846, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. May 15, 1882, Hancock County, Indiana; m. WILLIAM JASPER POWER, March 03, 1867, Hancock County, Indiana. Martha and daughter May are buried in Shiloh Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana. Her tombstone is almost illegible, it may have a death date of 1892, but it says she was aged 38y 1m 2d. May was born 29 Oct 1880 and died 15 May 1882.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M593_320; Page: 374B; Image: 218; Family History Library Film: 545819.
Jasper Powers...25...IN...carpenter
Martha C. Powers...22...IN
Lizzie A. Powers...2...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Kempton, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 76D; Enumeration District: 135; Image: 0154.
William Power...43...IN, KY, KY...sawmilling
Martha Power...33...IN, SC, IN
Lizzie O. Power...10...IN, IN, IN
Arthur C. Power...8...IN, IN, IN
William Power...6...IN, IN, IN
Robbert Power...4...IN, IN, IN

494......ix......JAMES CALDWELL TYNER, b. March 10, 1848, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. January 01, 1926, Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
495......x......ELBERT LANE TYNER, b. January 11, 1851, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. November 09, 1926, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
.....xi......SARAH ELIZABETH TYNER, b. October 14, 1852, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. November 24, 1925, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; m. HENRY C. MARSH, March 02, 1873, Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He died in Hancock County, IN, on 07 Mar 1889.
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: 282; Family History Film: 1254282; Page: 109D; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 0222.
Henry C. Marsh...30...IN, OH, PA...farmer
Lizzie Marsh...28...IN, SC, IN
Arthur Marsh...6...IN, IN, IN...son
Emma Marsh...5...IN, IN, IN...dau
Joseph Marsh...3...IN, IN, IN...son
Noble Marsh...2...IN, IN, IN...son
? Marsh...1 month...IN, IN, IN...dau
Cassandra Collins...16...IN, IN, IN...servant

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: 375; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0046; FHL microfilm: 1240375.
Sarah Marsh...41...Oct 1852...IN, IN, SC...6 children, 4 living...widowed...
Maud Marsh...20...May 1880...IN, IN, IN...dau
Lena Marsh...16...June 1883...IN, IN, IN...dau
Joe Marsh...23...Oct 1876...IN, IN, IN...son...married 1900...glass blower
Lillie Marsh...Feb 1880...IN, IN, IN...daughter-in-law

.....xii......WILSON TYNER, b. July 12, 1855, Brandywine Township, Hancock County, Indiana; d. January 22, 1865, Brandywine Township, Hancock County, Indiana.

193. EMILY TYNER (JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 11, 1809 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died November 08, 1873 in Fayette County, Indiana. She married DAVID GORDON May 30, 1827 in Fayette County, Indiana, son of JAMES GORDON and JANE CHADWICK. He was born September 25, 1802 in North Carolina, and died June 27, 1866 in Fayette County, Indiana.

Children of EMILY TYNER and DAVID GORDON are:
.....i......WILLIAM HARRIS GORDON, b. June 04, 1828, Fayette County, Indiana; d. June 16, 1828, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....ii......FANNY JANE GORDON, b. January 04, 1829, Fayette County, Indiana; d. August 11, 1877, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....iii......JAMES W. GORDON, b. Abt. 1830; d. Abt. 1919; m. SARAH ELIZABETH KNOTTS, October 09, 1854, Rush County, Indiana.
.....iv......JOHN A. GORDON, b. June 08, 1832, Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana; d. August 11, 1877, Fayette County, Indiana.
496......v......ANNIS GORDON, b. June 24, 1834, Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana; d. March 17, 1915, Connersville, Indiana.
.....vi......SAVANNAH GORDON, b. May 29, 1839, Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana; d. March 17, 1919, Harrisburg County, Indiana. Savannah Gordon was never married.
.....vii......MILTON GORDON, b. December 28, 1841, Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1927; m. MARY J. SMILEY, October 30, 1873, Fayette County, Indiana.

Notes for MILTON GORDON:
1880 census .....Posey, Fayette, Indiana Name .....Relation.....Marital Status.....Gender.....Race.....Age.....Birthplace...Occupation.....Father's Birthplace.....Mother's Birthplace.....
Milton Gordon.....Self .....M .....Male .....W .....36 .....IN .....Farmer NC .....IN
Mary Gordon.....Wife .....M .....Female .....W .....31 .....IN .....Keeps House .....IN ..... SC .....
Elsie Gordon.....Dau .....S .....Female .....W .....4 .....IN .....IN .....IN .....
.....viii......SYRENA GORDON, b. February 23, 1844, Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana; d. September 10, 1921; m. WILLIAM JASPER GODDARD, June 08, 1904, Fayette County, Indiana.

194. STEPHEN TYNER (JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 11, 1811 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died April 25, 1880 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married ELIZABETH MARGARET WOLF June 07, 1832 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of DAVID WOLF and FRANCES STUCKER. She was born December 14, 1812 in Near Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, USA, and died April 13, 1901 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Notes for STEPHEN TYNER:
Major source for Stephen and his descendants: Don Mitchell (donmitch.ma at netzero.net ), February 2004.

Elected: Bet. January 15 - March 06, 1850, Justice of the peace, Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana
Migration: Abt. 1846, To Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana from Fayette Co., Indiana
Migration2: Abt. 1873, To Tipton Co., Indiana from Marion Co., Indiana

Residence: 1850 - Warren, Marion, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Warren, Marion, Indiana; Roll: M432_159; Page: 371B; Image: 444. August 17, 1850
Stephen Tiner...39...IN...farmer...$1500
Elisabeth Tiner...37...KY
Mary J Tiner...17...IN
Hariet P Tiner...13...IN
John H Tiner...9...IN
David Tiner...5...IN
James W Tiner...3/12...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Warren, Marion, Indiana; Roll: M593_337; Page: 508; Image: 426
David W Tyner...24...IN...farmer...$220
Mary J Tyner...18...IN
Thomas Tyner...4...IN
next door to:
Tyner, John...28...IN...farmer...$480
Tyner, Louise...24...IN
Tyner, Mary...5...IN
next door to:
Tyner, Steven...59...IN...farmer...$1400 real estate...$980 personal
Tyner, Elizabeth...54...KY
Tyner, James...20...IN...farm laborer
Tyner, Julia E. ...16...IN
Peyton, Martha...28...IN
Peyton, Ida May...2...IL

1880 Federal Census Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, Family History Library Film 1254315, NA Film Number T9-0315, Page Number 127
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Bejamine Vanside...Self ... M ...Male ... W... 46 ...IN ...Sewing Machine Agt. ... PA ...ME
Harriot Vanside...Wife... M ...Female...W... 43 ... IN ... Keeping House ... KY... IN
John Vanside... Son... S... Male ...W... 23... IN ... Sewing Machine Agt. ... IN ...IN
Elizabeth Tyner... MotherL... W ...Female... W... 67 ...KY --- ---

Children of STEPHEN TYNER and ELIZABETH WOLF are:
497......i......MARY JANE TYNER, b. April 16, 1833, Fayette County, Indiana; d. October 01, 1922, Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana.
498......ii......HARRIET PAULINE TYNER, b. March 12, 1837, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. September 05, 1890, Indiana, USA.
499......iii......JOHN HARRIS TYNER, b. May 27, 1841, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. March 24, 1899, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
500......iv......DAVID WILSON TYNER, b. December 19, 1845, Harrison Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.
501......v......JAMES WILLIAM TYNER, b. April 26, 1850, Warren Twp., Marion, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. August 1919, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

195. ANNA TYNER (JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 03, 1813 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died March 02, 1869. She married FREEMAN THOMAS TAYLOR December 13, 1836 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He was born April 21, 1816 in Balston Spa, Saratoga, New York, USA, and died February 19, 1911 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ANNA TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Harrison, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M432_144; Page: 204; Image: 410.
Freeman Taylor...34...NY...farmer...$2000
Anna Taylor...37...IN
Alvah Taylor...9...IN...male

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Chester, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 369; Image: 371.
Freeman Taylor...44...NY...farmer...$2500 real estate...$500 personal
Ann Taylor...46...IN
Alvy Taylor...21...IN...male...laborer
Austine Smith...9...IN...female
Lenah Smith...7...IN...female

1870 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M593_367; Page: 108; Image: 217.
Freeman Taylor...56...NY...farmer...$4000 real estate...$700 personal
Nancy Taylor...40...IN
William Taylor...19...IN
James Taylor...7...IN
Horace G. Taylor...14...IN
Laina Smith...17...IN

ELDER FREEMAN T. TAYLOR
FROM “PRIMITIVE MONITOR:” Elder Freeman Thomas Taylor was born in Boston-Spa, Saratoga County, New York, April 21, 1816, and died at his home in La Fontaine, Wabash County, Indiana, February 19, 1911, at 11:18 P.M., after a brief illness. The immediate death cause was double pneumonia. A life of sober, careful living and free from intemperate and excessive habits, awarded him with physical vigor and enjoyment of good health to his last day on earth. His father's name was Joseph Taylor, and his mother's maiden name was Abigail Thomas. His parents moved from Saratoga County to East Bethany, Genesee County, New York, in 1818. Joseph Taylor died May 1, 1828. The mother was left in the new home with her family of six boys, upon her own resources. Freeman, then twelve years old, was the oldest. Freeman served two years as an apprentice in a tannery in Connersville, Indiana. He afterwards conducted a farm for his near relative, Honorable William W. Thomas, near Harrisburgh, until his first marriage December 13, 1836, to Anna Tyner. He began to realize religious experience at the early age of twelve years. The story of his travel from darkness to spiritual light is best expressed in his own words. He said, "In that period of uncertainty and doubt in my mind, I remember of hearing a sermon preached by Elder William Tyner, then a leading Baptist minister in Whitewater Valley. The sermon left a deep impression on my mind. It was the first sermon inwhich I had spiritually heard the gospel. The text was, 'Add to your faith virtue, and to virtue knowledge.' During the consideration of the subject that followed, I began to see that I was a sinner, and that unless I was saved by grace; I was undone and lost. In this undone condition, I had a view of Christ as my Savior. I read in my Testament that it was a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation that Christ came into the world to save sinners. I believed, and in that belief, I found hope. I united with and was baptized in the faith of Williams' Creek Baptist Church when sixteen years of age. I joined, by letter, Second Lick Creek Church in 1847, and was licensed to preach by this church in 1852. In August 1856, I joined Ross-Run Church by letter, and was ordained in this church in October 1856. I assisted in the constitution of Pleasant View Baptist Church at Elko in the winter of 1859 and 1860, and became one of its charter members. I moved my membership to Antioch Church in July 1869, where I have since lived." His funeral occurred February 22, 1911.

Child of ANNA TYNER and FREEMAN TAYLOR is:
502......i......ALVA TAYLOR, b. Abt. 1841, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. January 23, 1924, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA.

196. RICHARD HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 17, 1797 in Abbeville, South Carolina, USA, and died September 14, 1873 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He married HANNAH W. MCCUNE January 02, 1817 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, daughter of SAMUEL MCCUNE and MARGARET MCMILLAN. She was born August 06, 1794, and died 1875 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for RICHARD HACKLEMAN:
built the first Rushville county jail; 1822 Rush Co.'s first coroner; built a mill in Rush Co. IN; 1836 to Hancock County, IN; Justice of Peace in Hancock Co. for 21 years

Children of RICHARD HACKLEMAN and HANNAH MCCUNE are:
.....i......MARGARET HACKLEMAN, m. PETER NEWHOUSE, February 08, 1835, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......PRESTON HACKLEMAN, m. LUCINDA GARRISON.
503......iii......CICERO HACKLEMAN, b. February 14, 1823, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. August 24, 1862, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
504......iv......MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, b. August 28, 1826, Rush County, Indiana, USA; d. May 04, 1862.
505......v......LEMUEL HACKLEMAN, b. April 30, 1829, Rush County, Indiana; d. August 04, 1924, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....vi......MARTHA HACKLEMAN.
.....vii......ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN, m. MARTHA MURRVARREN.
.....viii......JOHN HACKLEMAN, m. (1) MARY LEIMBACH; m. (2) MARY A. TEMPLE.

197. JAMES HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 14, 1799 in Abbeville, South Carolina, USA, and died April 27, 1869 in Henry County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) JANE BLADES August 21, 1817 in Franklin County, Indiana, daughter of JOHN BLADES and ELENOR STUCKEY. She was born Abt. 1798 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died October 16, 1835. He married (2) AMELIA WILLEY August 22, 1839 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1809 in New York, USA.

Notes for JAMES HACKLEMAN:
Baptist Church at Pleasant Run, Rush Co. IN has:
"At church meeting on 1st Sat. 6th of March 1824
On motion of Brother Jacob Hackleman, Brother James Hackleman is appointed singing clerk for this church. A letter of dismission is granted to Sister Elizabeth Hackleman."

Children of JAMES HACKLEMAN and JANE BLADES are:
506......i......ELENOR HACKLEMAN, d. April 1873, McAllister, Logan, Kansas.
507......ii......POLLY ANN HACKLEMAN.
.....iii......WILLIAM MARSHALL HACKLEMAN, b. August 04, 1825; d. Vera Cruz, Mexico. Notes for WILLIAM MARSHALL HACKLEMAN: 1845 joined the Army
508......iv......MARGARET HACKLEMAN, b. April 19, 1820; d. October 21, 1895, Wabash City, Wabash, Indiana.
.....v......ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1828, Rush County, Indiana; d. January 27, 1842.

Children of JAMES HACKLEMAN and AMELIA WILLEY are:
.....vi......ARMENIUS JOHNSON HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1838; m. CARRIE HICKLE.
.....vii......NARCISSA LUANN HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1842; m. DANIEL L. HICKS.
.....viii......DARWIN PRATT HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1840, Wabash Co., Indiana, USA; m. (1) SUSANNAH HITTLE, February 20, 1858, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1839, Ohio, USA; m. (2) ELLEN MASON, February 25, 1871, Henry County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for DARWIN PRATT HACKLEMAN:
Is this he?
Name: .....Darwin Hackleman
Company: .....I
Unit: .....3 Indiana Cavalry.
Rank - Induction: .....Musician
Rank - Discharge: .....Bugler
Allegiance: .....Union

Name: .....Darwin Hackleman ,
Residence: .....Henry County, Indiana
Enlistment Date: .....18 October 1861
Distinguished Service: .....DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: .....Union
State Served: .....Indiana
Unit Numbers: .....486 486
Service Record: .....Enlisted as a Bugler on 18 October 1861
Enlisted in Company I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment Indiana on 18 October 1861.
Deserted Company I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment Indiana on 16 October 1864

1860 - Washington, Preble, Ohio
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Washington, Preble, Ohio; Roll: M653_1026; Page: 134; Image: 268.
Darwin Hackelman...22...IN...blacksmith
Susanah Hackelman...21...OH
Samuel Hackelman ...1...OH

1870 - Knightstown, Henry, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Knightstown, Henry, Indiana; Roll: M593_323; Page: 310; Image: 626.
HACKLEMAN, Amelia...61...NY...housekeeper
...Darwin...29...blacksmith...IN...$2000 real estate...$200 personal
...Fanny...30...milliner...OH

February 9, 2007:
Jane,
...Looks like you've found the right stuff. In fact, if you go back to the 1850 census for Preble County, Ohio, you'll find that Susannah most likely was the youngest daughter of Samuel and Lydia Hittle. S and L were from Pennsylvania. The 860 census, which you've already found, has Darwin and Susannah living virtually next door to Samuel, though by that time Lydia evidently may have already passed away.
...In Wabash County in Indiana in 1850 you'll find Darwin in the household of James and Amelia Hackleman. James from South Carolina, Amelia from New York.
...I believe that Samuel Hittle is very likely out of Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, PA in the 1840 census. Chances are very good that he is either a grandson or a great grandson of Johannes Peter Hittel who died at age 44 in 1764. If that is the case, Johannes Peter was the brother of my 5th great grandfather, George Michael Hittle Sr.
...Or, it may also be that Samuel is connected to GMH Sr, but if so, I'm not sure how to establish the link. BTW, it appears that all of GMH Sr and Johannes Peter's sons took part in the American Revolution out of either Northampton or Montgomery County units.
...Hope this helps somehow! Nice work on your webpages! So many are "out there" by people who don't know how to support the information they've posted. You're a wonderful exception to that!
Thanks!
Joe Hittle
www.hittle.info

.....ix......THOMAS MCKILBIN HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1845, Rush County, Indiana, USA; d. April 02, 1886, Knightstown, Henry County, Indiana, USA; m. JENNETTE BENNETT.
Notes for THOMAS MCKILBIN HACKLEMAN:
Name: .....Thomas M. Hackleman
Company: .....F
Unit: .....84 Indiana Infantry.
Rank - Induction: .....Private
Rank - Discharge: .....Private
Allegiance: .....Union
198. NANCY HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 11, 1801 in Abbeville, South Carolina, and died December 18, 1850 in Huntingdon County, Indiana. She married JOHN HAWKINS September 07, 1815 in Franklin County, Indiana, son of JAMES HAWKINS and RACHEL LYTLE. He was born December 03, 1794 in South Carolina, and died April 16, 1882 in Rising Sun, Iowa.

Notes for NANCY HACKLEMAN:
was a Baptist; joined Christian Church 1830
died of typhoid fever after 3 wks. illness

Notes for JOHN HAWKINS:
HACKLEMAN, HAWKINS posted by John Matrow on Tuesday, January 13, 1998
Am seeking ancestors/descedants of: John HAWKINS (b.12/3/1794-NC) & Nancy HACKLEMAN (b.1/11/1801-SC): Children: James HAWKINS (b.12/3/1816-IN), Matilda HAWKINS (b.c.1822-IN), Uriah HAWKINS (b.c.1827-IN), Abraham HAWKINS (b.c.1829-IN), John HAWKINS (b.c.1833-IN), Jacob HAWKINS (b.c.1832), Margaret A. HAWKINS .c.1837-IN), Rachel HAWKINS (b.c.1838-IN) Rebecca HAWKINS (b.c.1841-IN). Residence: Franklin Co., IN; Huntington Co., IN Cathy,
Saw your post on genforum about the Hackelman and Hawkins from Rush Co IN. I am also interested in this connection. I have some information on John Hawkins b. 3 Dec 1794 in NC married Nancy Hackleman b 11 Jan 1801. They were married either 27 Sept 1815 or 7 Nov 1815. They had 15 children, I have some information on the seventh child Abraham Hackleman Hawkins b. 15 Apr 1829 in Rush Co. IN. I am looking for more information on two daughters (Elizabeth and Clarissa) along with the rest of the children. If this is the same family you are working on I would be gland to here from you.
Herb Larson
jhlarson at oz.net

Children of NANCY HACKLEMAN and JOHN HAWKINS are:
509......i......JAMES HAWKINS, b. December 03, 1816.
.....ii......ELIZABETH HAWKINS, m. MARTIN ELLIOTT.
.....iii......CONRAD HAWKINS, m. MARY JO SERVIS.
.....iv......MATILDA HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1822; m. MARTIN ARMY.
.....v......URIAH P. HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1827; m. MARTHA ELLEN PRICE, September 28, 1851, Huntington County, Indiana.
510......vi......CLARISSA HAWKINS.
.....vii......ABRAHAM HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1829; m. REBECCA DICKON.
.....viii......JACOB TYNER HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1832.
.....ix......JOHN T. HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1833; m. ANN JEFFERSON.
.....x......UNAMED HAWKINS.
.....xi......MARGARET ANN HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1837; m. HARRY GALLION.
.....xii......RACHEL HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1838; m. CHARLES HICKS.
.....xiii......REBECCA HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1841; m. ELIJAH GANT.
.....xiv......NANCY HAWKINS.

199. ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 16, 1802 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, and died October 30, 1846 in Mount Pleasant, Des Moines, Iowa. He married ELIZABETH LINES February 08, 1824 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of HENRY LINES and MARGARET HACKLEMAN. She was born 1805, and died February 1865 in Baker City, Linn, Oregon.

Notes for ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN:
He was a hunter who also served terms in the legislature. In April, 1836 settled near Burlington on Flint Creek, Illinois. October 17, 1836 sold 60 acres Rush Co. IN and moved to Cass Co. Illinois. 1845 conducted 4-wagon emigrant company from Illinois to Oregon. He started town of Pleasant Grove, Iowa. Died of fever October 30, 1846.

Abner a M.D. was captain of a wagon train to Oregon in 1845. He returned home to bring his family back to Oregon in 1846 (spring) but died. His wife Elizabeth was sister to John H Lines, a relative by marriege, and was an inducement for John to bring his family to Oregon. This was by way of Pannama, San Francisco (Steamship Tennessee- which wrecked on this trip outside the Golden Gate 1853)and then on to Oregon on another ship

the Shinar Cumberland Presbyterian Church cemetery book (Pleasant Grove, Des Moines County, Iowa) and Abner is buried there...died 30 Oct 1846 aged 43 years 11 months and 14 days. Abner was the first cousin of Sarah Lines Portlock and her brother-in-law.

Per http://www.cityofalbany.org/pages/planning/historic/hackleman_district.html
.....The Hackleman District contains 228 properties within about 28 city blocks. The District is named after Abner Hackleman, a farmer from Iowa, who in 1845 immigrated to Oregon by crossing the plains with ox teams. Hacleman settled in the area that became the Hackleman Historic District. During the winter of 1845 Abner Hackleman took up the donation land claim, which is known as Hackleman's Addition in Albany. Hackleman laid off 70 acres of land for the first addition, and this was followed with three more additions now totaling over 100 acres.
.....Other immigrants began arriving and Mr. Hackleman hired Hiram N. Smead to hold another claim for him until his son arrived from Iowa. Only a year after arriving in Oregon, Abner died while returning to Iowa to fetch his family.
.....In 1847, Abner's son Abram relocated his father's claim and built a log house in an oak grove still known as Hackleman's Grove. He later built the house that still stands at the corner of Fifth and Jackson.

Per http://www.linnhistorical.com/earlysettlers.html
In 1845, Abner Hackleman was the captain of about 50 wagons with about 300 people that crossed the plains and brought many of the early settlers of present Linn and Benton Counties. Hackleman arrived locally in early 1846. Abner’s grandson, Thurston Hackleman, made the following diary entry for February 26, 1905, "I met Mr. Firm [William Firman] Hendricson today. He was with my Grandfather Hackleman when they came to the place where Albany now is. It was in February 1846. Grandfather Hackleman taught school that winter at Mr. [Jesse] Looney’s between here and Salem. When they came up here, there were no white people West of the Santiam. He says that those in the company, on that trip, were Abner Hackleman; Firm Hendricson; W[illia]m Hawk; [Jacob or Peter] Rynearson; Wm Gore; and Wm Earl. They were looking for land. They concluded to take the place where we now live and also a townsite . . ."

http://www.oregonpioneers.com/1845.htm has:
.....Captain Abner Hackleman [note: sometimes confused with son Abram/Abraham Hackleman who came in 1847 *6] with approximately 52 wagons, 214 persons and 666 head of cattle and a few horses. This company organized under the name "New London Emigrating Company".
.....The companies leaving from Independence traveled to about three miles from the Kansas near the bank of the Big Soldier creek, where, by prearrangement, the "main company" was to organize, and elect officers. It was estimated that there were approximately 233 wagons, 421 males, 138 females, 448 children [totaling 1007 persons], 3,261 cattle, and 182 horses. On May 15th, Dr. Presley Webb was elected Captain and Stephen H.L. Meek was retained as pilot for $2.50 per wagon. On May 19th a reorganization took place and the company was divided into three divisions. Each division would take a turn traveling in advance for a week at a time. Captain Presley was to accompany whichever train was in the lead; but each division was to choose its own officers.

Per http://www.ku.edu/heritage/werner/sublette.html :
"Perhaps 225 wagons and 1000 persons drove west from St. Joseph in 1845. Only Hackleman's company was in Kearny's rear, and Findley's diary suggests that he followed Kearny's trail. It also indicates that there was a division in Hackleman's party. This division may have been due to a disagreement as to which route to follow, or because Abner (Abraham) Hackleman refused to travel on Sunday. For whatever reason, Hackleman was several weeks behind the group which followed Stephen H. L. Meek on his ill-fated cutoff in Central Oregon on Aug. 25, 1845. Meek's party suffered starvation and death second only to the Donner Party of the following year, before finding their way to the Columbia River."

http://www.myfamilyjones.com/linncounty/Schools/history_of_linn_county_schools.htm
"The second school in Linn County was probably a Dame school, carried on by Mrs. Abram Hackleman in her own home for her own children and others of the region. It is said that she taught them as she sat in the kitchen picking her geese."

Children of ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN and ELIZABETH LINES are:
.....i......SALLY HACKLEMAN, m. NAPOLEON BRIDGES.
.....ii......MARGARET HACKLEMAN, b. Rush County, Indiana; m. (1) AMOS B. CULVER; b. Abt. 1817; d. Abt. 1906, Linn County, Oregon; m. (2) JOHN M. JACKSON, Abt. 1842, Des Moines County, Iowa; b. Abt. 1818, Ohio; d. Abt. 1855.

Notes for MARGARET HACKLEMAN:
John took out Donation Land Claim #478 in Linn County. He and Margaret came to Oregon in 1852.

Margaret and Amos had some children, names unknown, and lived in Prineville, Wasco County, Oregon. The 1880 census shows them living with a 14-year-old daughter named "Rhoha" or possibly "Rhoda" or even "Rhona."

511......iii......ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN, b. July 29, 1829, Rushville, Rush, Indiana; d. November 13, 1904, Albany, Linn, Oregon.
.....iv......NANCY MINERVA HACKLEMAN, b. 1829; m. ROBERT HARMON, December 14, 1848, Des Moines County, Iowa.
512......v......PERLINA HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1830, Baker City, Baker, Oregon, USA.
.....vi......JOHN HARRIS HACKLEMAN, b. 1833; m. ELIZABETH COWEN. John Harris Hackleman was treasurer of State of Oregon and editor of OREGON DEMOCRAT

200. JACOB TYNER HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 06, 1804 in Boone County, Kentucky, USA, and died September 26, 1843 in Iowa, USA. He married MARY CARTER August 20, 1834 in Pleasant Grove, Decatur County, Indiana, USA. She was born in Greenburg, Decatur, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JACOB TYNER HACKLEMAN:
Baptist Church at Pleasant Run, Rush County, Indiana has:
"The church at Pleasant Run met at the house of Brother Augustus Perkins on Sat. 1st day of Nov. 1823. After prayer proceeded to business. Brother Jacob Hackleman chosen moderator.
A door was opened for the reception of members and received Brother E. Armstrong, also Brother Beverly Ware and Sister Nelly Ware.
Agreed tthat Brother Blades and Brother Jacob Hackleman serve the church by turn as moderator.
Agreed that our next church meeting be held at Brother Hezekiah Sailors.
Adjourned.
.....Augustus Perkins"

"Church meeting 7th day of May 1825
Brother Jacob Hackleman let the church know that there was a report in circulation reporting that he had been intoxicated with spiritous liquor. The matter was taken up and he made satisfactory acknowledgement and was acquitted."

Children of JACOB HACKLEMAN and MARY CARTER are:
.....i......SALLY ANN HACKLEMAN, m. PUTNAM EWING.
.....ii......MARTHA HACKLEMAN, m. THOMAS SUMMERS.
.....iii......MARSHALL HACKLEMAN.
.....iv......OLIVER HACKLEMAN.

201. MATILDA HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 20, 1806 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died December 16, 1862 in Ashland, Huntington, Indiana. She married CALVIN GANT February 09, 1823 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, son of TYRE GANT and SUSANNAH PRATT. He was born August 16, 1801 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died May 16, 1884 in Pipe Creek, Huntington, Indiana.

Children of MATILDA HACKLEMAN and CALVIN GANT are:
.....i......JOSEPH REDDING GANT, b. June 16, 1824, Rush County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1825, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLIAM ALEXANDER GANT, b. December 05, 1825, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 1825, Rush County, Indiana.
.....iii......LEWIS DEWEESE GANT, b. August 09, 1827, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 14, 1893, Waverly, Morgan, Indiana.
.....iv......NOAH MARSHALL GANT, b. January 13, 1829, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana; d. July 02, 1891, DeMotte, Jasper County, Indiana.
.....v......SALLY GANT, b. January 22, 1831, Franklin County, Indiana; d. November 20, 1909, Waverly, Morgan, Indiana?; m. BEN SMITH.
.....vi......MARGARET GANT, b. April 13, 1832, Franklin County, Indiana; m. ? HIGS.
.....vii......MARY JANE GANT, b. January 18, 1834, Franklin County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1838, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....viii......JAMES LAFAYETTE GANT, b. November 06, 1835, Terra Haute, Vigo, Indiana; d. Abt. 1840, Indiana.
.....ix......ELIZA GANT, b. July 04, 1837, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....x......ELIJAH F. GANT, b. January 03, 1839, Franklin County, Indiana; d. November 01, 1919, Rising Sun, Polk, Iowa.
.....xi......JOHN T. GANT, b. December 15, 1840, Franklin County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1844, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....xii......OLIVER J. GANT, b. February 14, 1842, Franklin County, Indiana; d. February 1842, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....xiii......ABRAHAM ALEXANDER GANT, b. July 12, 1843, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana; d. July 08, 1916, Denham, Pulaski, Indiana.
.....xiv......CICERO NEWTON GANT, b. October 14, 1845, Franklin County, Indiana; d. April 08, 1923, Hobart, Lake, Indiana.
.....xv......MARTHA JANE GANT, b. June 01, 1848, Franklin County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1865, Wabash County, Indiana.

202. ELIJAH HACKLEMAN (MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 18, 1817 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died January 16, 1901 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married MARGARET DAVISSON October 28, 1841 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of AARON DAVISSON and EUPHEMIA HOLMAN. She was born September 22, 1821 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey, and died February 16, 1883 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for ELIJAH HACKLEMAN:
member of Disciples of Christ
Whig
teacher, lawyer, township clerk, senator of Wabash & Huntington Co.
family historian
--1821 to Rush County, Indiana
--1835 to Illinois
--1836 to Rush County, Indiana
--1845-49 Justice of Peace
--1849 to Wabash County, Indiana
--1852-8 Wabash Co. Surveyor
--1859-67 Wabash Clerk

HACKLEMAN, ELIJAH, educator, state senator, was born Oct. 18, 1817, in Franklin county, Ind. In 1874 he was elected to the Indiana state senate.

Taken from the 1875 Historical Atlas of Wabash County, Indiana page 44:

....Was born at Cedar Grove, near Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, on the 18th day of October, 1817. His parents and grandparents were of American birth, but his great-grandparents were natives of Germany. Abraham Hackleman, his father, was a native of Lincoln County, North Carolina, born September 25th, 1775, and at an early age moved to Abbeville district, South Carolina; and from there to Scott County, Kentucky, in 1802; and in 1807 came to what was then known as a part of Indiana Territory, now Franklin County. During the war of 1812 he served as a Federal officer in what was called the frontier service, guarding the western settlements from Indian depredations. In February, 1821, he moved to Rush County, about three miles southeast of where the town of Rushville was afterwards laid out. At that time this was the extreme settlement of civilization, and the west was an unbroken wilderness. Here Elijah Hackleman with his trusty axe began at an early age to carve out his own fortune, helped to fell the forest, clear the lands, build the fences, and cultivate the farm, and was subject to all the vicissitudes of pioneer life. Here he aquired habits of industry that have followed him through life.
.....The narrow limits of education facilities peculiar to pioneer times did not prevent his acquiring an education. He mentally devoured all the books accessible, and it was often said of him that he was never known to be without a book in his pocket, even when at work, availing himself of every opportunity to stock his mind with its contents. He was for some time a student of the Hon. Benjamin R. Reeve, who still resides in Rush County. He afterwards attended the best school the country afforded, the Connersville Seminary, where he soon became quite proficient in mathematics and astronomy. He read law with General P. A. Hackleman, his cousin, now deceased. He was a resident for a short time in 1835 and '36 of Cass County, Illinois, then a part of Morgan County, and during those years, in company with an older brother, Abner Hackleman, made extensive explorations west of the Mississippi River, through the present State of Iowa, and in the latter year returned to Rush County. He was married to Margaret Davisson, daughter of Aaron Davisson, of Monmouth County, New Jersey, on the 28th day of October, 1841.
...Several years of his early life were spent in teaching school, and also discharging the duties of the office of Justice of the Peace. In May, 1849, he moved to Wabash County and improved a farm in Liberty Township. In 1852, he was elected Surveyor of Wabash County, and was continued in office three terms by the unanimous vote of the county. In 1859, was elected Clerk of the Wabash Circuit Court, and in 1863 re-elected, serving eight years, the constitutional limit, to the satisfaction of all. At the election in October, 1874, he was elected to the Senate from Wabash and Huntington Counties by the Republican party, a member of which he has been since the disorganization of the Whig party, and was one of the active members of the Senate at the last session of the Legislature.
...Senator Hackleman is one of those affable, kind, unassuming gentleman, always ready to do an act of kindness, and to administer to the wants of his fellow-citizens; never had a personal difficulty with any one; never was sick a day in his life, except having a few shakes of the ague the first year he came to the county, so prevalent on the Wabash at that time. He is temperate, never having used intoxicating liquors; is a member of the Christian Church. The Senator has a well-selected library of several hundred volumes of rare and valuable books, where he spends most of his leisure hours, and, when engaged on his farm, can generally be found there. He has also in his library more than one hundred volumes of newspapers, carefully bound. He has for the last forty years kept a dairy of the most noted events coming under his observation, which he finds of value as matters of history.
....Mr. Hackleman was the youngest of a family of ten children, of whom he alone survives. His eldest brother, Richard Hackleman, was long a resident of Hancock County, this State. Dr. James Hackleman was one of the early settlers of Wabash. Another brother, Abner Hackleman, was several years a member of the Territorial Legislature of Iowa, and conducted one of the first emigrant companies to Oregon. A fourth brother, Dr. Jacob T. Hackleman, was an early resident of Iowa. He died many years ago.
...Senator Hackleman has resided for the last sixteen years in the city of Wabash, but spends a considerable portion of his time on his farm.

Children of ELIJAH HACKLEMAN and MARGARET DAVISSON are:
.....i......MARSHALL HACKLEMAN, b. December 20, 1842, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 16, 1845, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......MARTHA HACKLEMAN, b. December 01, 1844; d. March 03, 1914.
513......iii......MARIA HACKLEMAN, b. March 11, 1847; d. January 16, 1901.
.....iv......ALICE HACKLEMAN, b. August 30, 1849, Wabash County, Indiana; d. June 25, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......LEONIDAS HACKLEMAN, b. July 20, 1852, Wabash County, Indiana; m. VANDA LENA SHAWMAN, Fayette County, Indiana; d. May 31, 1932, Marion, Indiana.
.....vi......CONSTANTINE HACKLEMAN, b. April 01, 1855, Wabash County, Indiana; d. January 25, 1932, Marion, Indiana. Notes for CONSTANTINE HACKLEMAN: farmed with brother Leonidas. Unmarried
514......vii......PAULINE HACKLEMAN, b. December 22, 1857, Wabash County, Indiana; d. May 03, 1879.
.....viii......MILTON HACKLEMAN, b. September 12, 1860, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 28, 1864, Wabash County, Indiana.
515......ix......PLEASANT ADAMS HACKLEMAN, b. August 16, 1864; d. November 24, 1890.

203. JACKSON TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1776 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, USA, and died December 03, 1842 in Meriwether County, Georgia, USA. He married (1) RACHEL YOUNGBLOOD Abt. 1800 in Putnam County, Georgia, USA. She was born Abt. 1780 in Orange County, North Carolina, USA, and died Abt. 1825 in Putnam County, Georgia, USA. He married RACHEL YOUNGBLOOD about 1800 . He married (2) MARY HACKETT Abt. 1806, daughter of MARTIN HACKETT and FRANCES GARRETT. She died Abt. 1825. He married (3) MARY SPYVEY March 05, 1826 in Putnam County, Georgia, USA. She was born Abt. 1782 in North Carolina, USA, and died Aft. 1880 in Georgia, USA.

Notes for JACKSON TYNER:
Jackson Tyner, Jr, born 2/21/1816, Eugenia C. Ligon, born, 2/14/1820 married 10/27/1863 in Russell Co.. Al. Jackson Tyner, Sr. had two wives, the second being Mary Spivey. With Mary Spivey he had four children, Elizabeth Ann, Sarah Jane, Lucy Frances, Joseph. With Mary Hatcher there were 6 children, William Willis, Frances (f) Elizabeth Ann, Jackson, Jr., Harriet, and Matilda.

Mary and Jackson were married on March 06, 1826, in Putman Co by Richard Pace, Minster of the Gospel. Per Barbara Crow, a certified copy of marriage License from Putnam Co GA on Jackson Tyner and Mary ( Spyvy) and it states that Mary was a Miss Mary Spyvy. The license was taken out on March 01, 1826 and they were married March 06, 1826 by Richard Pace, Minister of the Gospel.

Source Citation: Year: 1830; Census Place: Capt Horace Shaws District, Putnam, Georgia; Roll: 20; Page: 179.
Jackson Tyner
MALES: two 10-15, one 15-30, one 30-60
FEMALES: two under 5, one 5-10, one 10-15, one 25-30

1830 [Feb 1] Jackson Tyner was appointed guardian on Feb 1, 1830 for minor children inheriting from Elijah and Frances Hackett: Elizabeth Ann Tyner, Harriet Tyner, Jackson Tyner, Jr, Matilda Tyner,
William Tyner. Frances may be deceased since a daughter by the second wife is named Lucy
Frances in 1831. None of the children born to Mary Spivy and Jackson inherit from Hacketts
Information on this family member was provided by Judith Rittenhouse, jrittenhouse at cox.net

Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: , Meriwether, Georgia; Roll: 46; Page: 104.
Jackson Tyner
one male 20-30, one 60-70, one 80-90
two females 5-10, one 10-15, one 40-50, one 80-90

1850 Meriwether Co., GA, p. 306 and in HH #288/288 are found the following:
Mrs. Mary Tiner...58... f ... b. NC
William F. Davis... 23 ...m... b. GA
Elizabeth Davis ... 23... f... b. GA
Mary D. Youngblood ... 6... f ...b. GA

Jackson Tyner, Sr. died intestate. John Thomas Owens and Jackson Tyner, Jr. petitioned the Inferior Court to administer the estate [Case #3329] on 6 March 1843. Minutes Book 1, page 252.

Notes for MARY HACKETT:
Mary Hackett's parents, Elijah and Frances Hackett, left their estate to William, Elizabeth, Jackson, Jr., Harriet and Matilda Tyner. On 2/1/1830 the children selected Jackson Tyner (and in Eliza's case, John T. Owen) as guardian and on 10-10-1831 the estate was settled, cases No. 2-H and 3-H. See Min. AA, age 297-8; Bond book AA, page 15; Ret. D book pages 139-40.

1. Georgia, Putnam County, Guardianship (Putnam Co., Georgia : 1830), Minute Book AA, p. 297, 1 Feb 1830. Copied by Mrs. Marguerite Byram Hicks, Oct. 1971 as the Clerk of Courts did not have a zerox machine and some of the books could not be zeroxed. Tyner, Jackson, guardian 2-1-1830. Guardian selected by Minor. Min Book AA 297. Bond guardianship $400.00 Bond Book AA, pg. 15. Annual returns 1830-1831. Ret D p. 139-140. 10-10-1831 Settlement receipt Returns D. P. 140. Inherited from estate of Elijah and Frances Hackett, both dec'd. Case No. 2-H and Case No. 3-H. CHildren included were: Elizabeth Ann Tynor, Harriett Tyner, Jackson Tyner, Jr., Matilda Tyner, William Tyner.

2. Hicks, Marguerite, DAR Papers of Marguerite Hicks (Tynerlist), 9 Jun 2002
(SOURCE: Judith Lamb Rittenhouse Carpenter, 2434 E. Contessa St., Mesa, AZ 85213-7706.)

Notes for MARY SPYVEY:
Per Barbara Crow, a certified copy of marriage License from Putnam Co GA on Jackson Tyner and Mary (Spyvy) and it states that Mary was a Miss Mary Spyvy. The license was taken out on March 01, 1826 and they were married March 06, 1826 by Richard Pace, Minister of the Gospel.

Mary did not die as some people thought in 1846 she was still alive in 1880 she was living with her daughter Mary Elizabeth Tyner Youngblood Davis in AL along with her grandson Jackson Tyner Davis. I have not found a death date for her after 1880.-- BanC36 at aol.com, 3/2003

1850 Meriwether Co., GA, p. 306 and in HH #288/288 are found the following:
Mrs. Mary Tiner 58 f b. NC
William F. Davis 23 m b. GA
Elizabeth Davis 23 f b. GA
Mary D. Youngblood 6 f b. GA

Obviously Mrs. Mary Tiner is the widow of Jackson Tyner [Mary Spivey, b. abt. 1792, NC].
Elizabeth Davis is her daughter, Mary Elizabeth Tyner, b. 1827, GA, who 1st m. Dudley Youngblood.
William F. Davis is the 2nd husband of Mary Elizabeth Tyner Youngblood. and Mary D. Youngblood is the dau. of Mary Elizabeth Tyner and Dudley Youngblood.

Since Mary Elizabeth m. William F. Davis in 1847, it makes me wonder if the typo regarding the Date of Death for Dudley Youngblood could be the misreading of "1846" as "1840" since the child, Mary D. Youngblood was born in abt. 1844.

Mary & (2nd husband) Ralph Lemaster/Lamaster were on the 1860 Chambers Co Census Pg 865 (in her daugher's household).

W.F.Davis 33 B: GA [William Franklin Davis]
Elizabeth 33 B:GA [Mary Elizabeth b. 29 Jan 1827]
Ben F 11 B:GA
Osso 9 B:GA (Oscar)
James 7 B:GA
Charles 2 B:AL
Mary Lemaster 73 B: NC
Ralph Lemaster 96 B:SC
Mary A Youngblood 16 B:GA
Frances E Davis 4 B:AL

1880 Lewis Coosa Co AL pg 290C Roll T 0009 census, still in her daughter's household, now both widowed :
Elizabeth Davis, head, widow, age 53, b. GA, father b. TN, mother b. NC
Jackson Davis, son, single, age 17, b. AL, father b. GA, mother b. GA
Mary Lemeter, mother, widow, age 96, b. NC, parents b. NC

Child of JACKSON TYNER and RACHEL YOUNGBLOOD is:
516......i......SARA RACHEL TYNER, b. April 1800, Jackson County, Georgia, USA; d. December 18, 1890, Fayette County, Georgia, USA.

Children of JACKSON TYNER and MARY HACKETT are:
.....ii......WILLIAM WILLIS TYNER, b. May 01, 1810, Russell County, Alabama, USA; d. April 22, 1863; m. SOPHIA CAROLINE GREER, December 20, 1838, Harris County, Georgia, USA; b. Abt. 1820, Georgia, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM WILLIS TYNER:
1850 AL Russell No Township 98 1367
Willis Tyner... m...40...farmer...5000...GA
Sophia Tyner...f...30...GA
Jackson Tyner...m...30...GA

1860 Russell Co, AL Pg 1031
Willis Tyner.....Age 50... M...Brn: SC... Farmer SC
Tyner...Age 40...F...Brn: GA
Jackson Tyner... Age 42...M ... Brn: GA ... Farmer
Flora Morrison... Age 25 ... F... Brn: SC
EV Duncan... Age 16 ... F ... Brn: Tenn? ...Teaches At School
Next door is
E C Ligon ... Age 37 ...F... Brn: Tenn

Willis Tyner departed this life on Wednesday night the 2nd of April A.D., 1863. His age fifty three years and eleven months and twenty one days, from the Tyner-Huddleston Bible. The birth and death dates given in the Bible do not have a difference of 53 years, 11 months, and 21 days. Figuring from 1 May 1810, he would have then died 22 April 1864. I guess we need a firm death date from a probate or such.]

[Willis Tyner and S. C. Greer were married the 20th of December A. D. 1838 according to the Tyner-Huddleston Bible.]

.....iii......FRANCES TYNER, b. July 12, 1811.
517......iv......ELIZA ANN TYNER, b. April 17, 1814, Georgia, USA.
518......v......JACKSON TYNER, b. February 21, 1816, Georgia, USA; d. October 17, 1863, Marion County, Florida, USA.
.....vi......HARRIET TYNER, b. February 08, 1818; m. (1) JAMES J. STERLING, October 27, 1839, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA; m. (2) WILLIAMSON YOUNGBLOOD, March 14, 1848, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA.
Notes for HARRIET TYNER:
In Marriages Book A, 1828-1843, Court of Ordinary, Meriwether Co., Ga., there is one Tiner marrige entry:
p. 103: James J. Sterling and Harriet Tiner were duly joined in matrimony by me this 24 day of Oct. 1839.

In the Court of Ordinary, General Index to Estates, M-Z, 1828-1963, there are two cases listed:
Case #92. Josiah and William Z. Sterling, with Charles H. Webb, guardian.
Case #86 James J. Sterling with Williamson Youngblood, administrator.

Other cases of interest in the General Index to Estates are:
Case #3329 Jackson Tyner with John T. Owens and Jackson Tyner, Jr., Administrator
Case #3330 Sarah Jane and Lucy F. Tyner with John W. Shepherd, Guardian.
A lot of cases for Spiveys.
Read May 14, 2003 by Judith Lamb Rittenhouse Carpenter; jrittenhouse at cox.net

.....vii......MATILDA TYNER, b. August 02, 1821; d. April 16, 1839.
Notes for MATILDA TYNER:
Per Judith Rittenhouse:
Date of Birth came from Column 2
Date of Death came from Page 4 Column 1 Tyner - Huddleston Bible
Contributor: Mrs Lauraneta Lewis Smith Cooperstown, N. Y. Published & Sold
by H. and E. Phinney. Also sold by I. Tiffany Utica, 1838."
She died Tuesday night.
Children of JACKSON TYNER and MARY SPYVEY are:
519......viii......MARY ELIZABETH TYNER, b. January 29, 1827, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA; d. February 16, 1910, Chilton County, Alabama, USA.
520......ix......SARAH JANE TYNER, b. December 26, 1829, Putnam County, Georgia; d. Aft. 1850.
521......x......LUCY FRANCES TYNER, b. December 11, 1831, Putnam County, Georgia; d. December 03, 1914, Limestone County, Texas.

204. MARY ANN TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 18, 1780 in Georgia, USA, and died Aft. 1871 in Cave Springs, Jackson, Georgia, USA. She married GEORGE W. SMITH November 25, 1809 in Roane County, Tennessee, USA. He was born Abt. 1785 in Georgia, USA, and died January 1859 in Cave Springs, Jackson, Georgia, USA.

Notes for MARY ANN TYNER:
Tyner Tymes -- In the Oct. 1978 issue had a want ad: "More information on parents of Mary A. Tiner who took out a marriage bond with George Smith in Roane Co., Tenn., on 25 Nov. 1809 when Dempsey and Obedience Tyner lived in Roane Co. This Mary Tiner Smith was still alive in 1871 when she made an application at age 91 for a widow's pension. She was a resident of Cherokee Co., Ala., on Aug. 18. 1871. Her husband George Smith served in the War of 1812. She was the 2nd greatgrandmother of Mrs. Eunice Johnson, 1300 N. Madison, Apt. 4A, El Dorado, Ark. 71730, who would appreciate any further information on this couple."

George Smith of Paulding Co., Ga. was a soldier in the War of 1812. After the war, he drew two land lots of forty acres each (80 acres) for his service in the war.

After the death of George Smith, his wife, Mary Smith made application for a widow's pension. The following is copied from her application: 18th of August 1871 Mary Smith age ninety one (91) and a resident of Cherokee County, Alabama appeared in Probate Court before Judge James Bradford and after being duly sworn declared that she is the Widow of George Smith who served the full period of sixty days in the military service of the United States in the War of 1812, and who was the identical George Smith who was drafted in Capt. Henry Braidy's Company near Milldale, Robertson Co., Tenn. ___ 1814 and was honorably discharged ____ 1815; that she was married under the name of MARY TYNER to the said George Smith----1808 near Kingston, Tenn; that her husband
died near Cave Springs, Georgia----January 1859; that her Post Office is at Howel's X Roads, County of Cherokee, Ala.
Wit: George W. Howel Signed: Mary Smith
James H. Savage

Department of the Interior
Washington, D. C. June 11, 1872
Madam:
In the claim of Mary Smith for a widow's pension under the act of Feb. 14, 1871 No. 6528. The Claimant is required to furnish this office with a detailed statement of the soldiers service giving the name of his Captain, and also the number of his Bounty Land Warrant. Please return this letter
with the evidence.
Very respectfully,
C. N. Seaton, Acting Commissioner.
Mary Smith, Howel XXRoads
Cherokee Co., Ala.
George Smith, the Husband of Mary Smith, who applies for pension under Act -Feby 14th, 1871, was at the building of Fort Strong on the Coosa River also at the Battle Ground of the Horse Shoe on the Coosa River or near theTalapoosa or Alabama River - at the Chinaby Fort where there was Eight or
nine hundred Indians killed and captures. He was under Captain Braiden and command by General Jackson. He has drawn to (sic) (40) forty acres land warrants; do not know the no. of the warrants.
p. 2: Marriage Bond of George Smith & Mary A. Tiner
State of Tennessee - Roane County
Know by all men by these presents that we, George Smith, David Scrivner and Stephen Wright of the county of Roane and State aforesaid, Our heirs &C are jointly and severaly held and ?? bound unto his Excellency the Governor and his successors in office in the sum of twelve hundred and fifty dollars.
Void on condition there by lawful objection why George Smith and Mary A. Tiner may not be joined together as man and wife in the Holy Estate of Matrimony, Witness our hands and seals this 35th day of November 1809.
George X Smith
David X Scrivner
Stephen X Wright
Roane Co. Tenn. Dec. 3, 1811 - Reuben Tiner and Jinny Carter
Marriage License issued.
Note; Think this is Mary's brother. Demsey Tynor appears to be their fther. All data on him points n that direction.
EJ (Eunice Johnson)

Paulding County, Georgia - 4th District - 1850 Census, house #35.
Name...Age...Born
George Smith... 65...Ga.
Mary Smith ... 65...Ga.
Ann Smith ...19...Tenn.
Emily Smith... 4...Ala.
Note: George Smith was in Cherokee Co., Ala. In 1840 Census.

#336 John W. Smith...23...Tenn.
Phoebe Ann Smith...28...TN
George W. Smith ...9...Ala.
Leanna A. Smith...3...AL
Alexander Smith...1...Ga.
Mary Jane Smith...6...Ala.

#340 Lewis J. Smith ...24...Tenn.
Amanda Smith...24...Ga.

#341 Obadiah Edge ...31...Ala.
Rhoda (Smith) Edge ...21...Tenn.
(Martha Edge * ...8...Ga.
(Elizabeth Edge * ... 6...GA
(Susan Edge * ...4...GA
James Edge ...2...GA
Mary Jane Edge ... 3/12...GA
(*Children by first wife)

#342 George R. Smith ...31...Tenn.
Elizabeth Smith...39...S.C.
Thomas J. Smith...4...Ala.
Henry Clay Smith ...8...Ala.
M. H. Elliott Smith ...6...Ga.
Sarah E. Smith ....2...Ga.

Notes for GEORGE W. SMITH:
1850 Census - 65 years old = Abt 1785. In Paulding Co. Georgia during census. In 1840, in Cherokee Co. AL

Children of MARY TYNER and GEORGE SMITH are:
522......i......RACHEAL SMITH, b. September 1814, Tennessee, USA; d. Abt. 1906, Blount County, Alabama, USA.
523......ii......RHODA RUSSELL SMITH, b. November 1829, Tennessee, USA; d. St. Clair County, Alabama, USA.
524......iii......ANN SMITH, b. Abt. 1831, Tennessee.
525......iv......EMILY ELIZABETH SMITH, b. October 20, 1843, Alabama, USA; d. January 03, 1916, Scottsboro, Jackson County, Alabama, USA.

205. JESSE TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1789 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA, and died Abt. 1854 in Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). He married ELIZABETH "CHICKASAW WOMAN" MITCHELL. She was born Abt. 1811 in Kentucky, USA, and died December 15, 1865.

Notes for JESSE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: , Lafayette, Mississippi; Roll: 215; Page: 170.
Tyner, Jesse...one male 10-15, 2 males 15-20, 2 males 20-30, 1 male 40-50, 1 female under 5, two females 5-10, 1 female 40-50

1850 Census for Lafayette Co., Mississippi taken 13 Nov 1850. Screen or page 184, Household 1282.
Mrs. E. Tyner 39, Female, $1000, born Kentucky.
Thomas Tiner, 29, M, Farmer, born TN
Riley Tiner, 20, M, Farmer, born TN
Sarah Tiner, 18, M(?), born TN
Nancy Tiner, 14, F, born MS
Mary Tiner, 16, F, born TN

Is this she?
The 1860 Census for Lafayette Co., MS:
Household 449/449
Elizabeth Tiner, 65, F, Farmer, $2000, $200, born VA
Thomas Tiner, age 28, M, Farmer, born Tenn.
Nancy Tiner, 20 F, born MS
David M. Gardner, 45, M, Laborer, born N.C.

Lafayette County, MS Will Book one, page 184, 1865
MS Archives
TINER, ELIZABETH
Sons:
...Thomas M. - tract land in Chickasaw Session land, furniture, one bedstead, cow & calves
...Lewis, son, bedstead & furniture...
...E. Tiner
Makata Smith
Martha Ellsnore
Mary Isabella Billingsley
or their legal heirs $10 each
12 Dec 1865
Exe Thomas M. Tiner
witness:
John W. Estelle
Wm M. Redding
Wm. C. Holmes

Children of JESSE TYNER and ELIZABETH MITCHELL are:
.....i......MAHALA TYNER, b. March 16, 1816. Possibly born by a previous wife?
.....ii......LEWIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1818. Notes for LEWIS TYNER: Possibly by a previous wife?

1850 census Lafayette, MS
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: , Lafayette, Mississippi; Roll: M432_375; Page: 318; Image: 188.
Tiner, Lewis...31...ginwright...TN
Tiner, Rebecca...25...AL
Tiner, John H. ...6...MS
Tiner, Jesse B. ...MS
526......iii......THOMAS M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1828, Tennessee. However, DNA tests (per http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tynerdna/groups.html) apparently indicate he is not a descendant of Dempsey Tyner, and therefore presumably not the son of Jesse Tiner/Tyner.
.....iv......RILEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1830.
.....v......JOHN M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1832; m. MARTHA REDDING, April 07, 1861, Lafayette County, Mississippi, USA.
527......vi......WILLIAM HENRY TYNER, b. April 15, 1844, Lafayette County, Mississippi, USA; d. Abt. 1908, Marvel, Phillips County, Arkansas, USA.

206. JOHN S. TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1789 in North Carolina, USA, and died March 03, 1837 in Rhea County, Tennessee, USA. He married RACHEL KATHERINE RIDER Abt. 1810. She was born Abt. 1793 in South Carolina, USA, and died June 29, 1854 in DeKalb County, Alabama, USA.

Notes for JOHN S. TYNER:
John Tyner was an Indian Scout in War of 1812.
Deaths listed in Family Bible of son, Stephen Jackson Tiner; source, James W Russell, 8600 Hickory Hill Lane, Huntsville AL 35802-3552 [Oct1994].

In World Tree of Terrance Richard Mills at ancestry.com, he gives this couple a son, William W. Tyner, born abt. 1818 in SC, married to Catherine Brigman or Brigmon, born 23 Jun 1817, married in in Rock Spring, Walker Co, Georgia on 8 Feb 1846

1850 census
#123
Rachael Tiner... De Kalb AL... 1779 SC
living with
James Simpson ...30 ...TN,
...susannah Simpson... 28... TN
...James B SImpson...4... AL,
...Rachael M. Simpson... 2... AL,
...John A. Simpson...10/12...AL

#124
S J Tiner ...De Kalb AL 1812 GA
Manerva E Tiner ...De Kalb AL 1815 NC
Emily Tiner... De Kalb AL 1838 AL
Andrew Tiner... De Kalb AL 1840 AL
James Tiner... De Kalb AL 1843 AL
M Texas Tiner... De Kalb Al 1847 AL
Rachael Tiner ...De Kalb AL 1849 AL
Caroline Tiner ...De Kalb AL 1819 TN
Lewis Tiner... De Kalb AL 1838 AL
Eliza Tiner... De Kalb AL AL
Newton Hibbs... 19... TN

Notes for RACHEL KATHERINE RIDER:
Death listed in Family Bible of son, Stephen Jackson Tiner; source, James W Russell, 8600 Hickory Hill Lane, Huntsville AL 35802-3552 [Oct1994].

Children of JOHN TYNER and RACHEL RIDER are:
528......i......STEPHEN JACKSON TINER, b. October 05, 1811, Georgia, USA; d. April 03, 1894, Jackson County, Alabama, USA.
529......ii......LEROY CLARKE TINER, b. Abt. 1815, Tennessee, USA; d. August 20, 1841, DeKalb County, Alabama, USA.
530......iii......WILLIAM TAYLOR TINER, b. Abt. 1820, Tennessee, USA; d. Abt. 1855, Colquitt County, Georgia, USA.
531......iv......EMALINE B. TINER, b. December 04, 1821, Rhea County, Tennessee, USA; d. December 01, 1891, Dade County, Georgia, USA.
.....v......SUSANNAH TINER, b. December 30, 1822, Tennessee, USA; d. July 11, 1890, DeKalb County, Alabama, USA; m. JAMES SIMPSON, DeKalb County, Georgia, USA; b. March 30, 1818, Tennessee, USA; d. April 13, 1901.
532......vi......IVORY STEVEN TINER, b. Abt. 1823, Tennessee, USA; d. Tarrant County, Texas, USA.
.....vii......SINTHEY TINER, b. Abt. 1826; d. August 17, 1839.
.....viii......MARY ESTES TINER, b. Abt. 1828, Tennessee, USA; d. June 15, 1849.
.....ix......ELIZA TINER, b. Abt. 1829, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA.
.....x......OBEDIENCE TINER, b. Abt. 1831, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA.

207. OBEDIENCE RHODA TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1790 in Cherokee Territory, North Carolina. She married JEREMIAH HIBBS Abt. 1805 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA. He was born Abt. 1777 in Virginia, and died in DeKalb County, Alabama.

Children of OBEDIENCE TYNER and JEREMIAH HIBBS are:
.....i......DEMPSEY TYNER HIBBS, b. Tennessee, USA; d. October 05, 1897, Alabama, USA; m. JANE N. BECK, Abt. 1835.
.....ii......KING HIBBS, b. Tennessee; d. Bef. 1896.
.....iii......LEROY HIBBS, b. Abt. 1805, Tennessee, USA; m. AGNES ?.
533......iv......JESSE LYLE HIBBS, b. Abt. 1819, Tennessee, USA; d. October 27, 1895, Muldrow, Sequoyah County, Indian Territory.
534......v......LOVETT S. HIBBS, b. Abt. 1829, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. August 05, 1889, Prairie View, Logan County, Arkansas, USA.
535......vi......NEWTON J. HIBBS, b. Abt. 1832, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. January 11, 1904, Arkansas, USA.

208. REUBEN JACKSON TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1790 in North Carolina, USA, and died March 01, 1867 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma, USA. He married JANE CARTER December 03, 1811 in Roane County, Tennessee, USA, daughter of NATHANIEL CARTER. She was born Abt. 1798 in Roane County, Tennessee, USA.

Notes for REUBEN JACKSON TYNER:
RUEBEN J. TYNER was married to JANE "JENNIE" CARTER December 3, 1811 in Roane, Tennessee. Rueben Tyner was listed on Old Settler Roll of 1851. He was 47 years old.
1817-1819 Register he lived near Highwassee River in SE Tennesse (6 in family)
Was emigrants for the Arkansas country - traded land east of Mississippi for land on Arkansas and White Rivers, Arkansas. (Treaty of July 1817)
Reuben and Jane were in Fort Gibson, Indian Territory in 1838.

License 3 Dec 1811 Roane Co, Tennessee for Reuben Tiner and Jinney Carter.
Marriage Record 1801-1855 by Hutcherson & McCluen page 20.

Source: Starr, Carter 1-2, Jennie Carter was born c1805 in North Carolina. She married Reuben Tyner Source: Emmet Starr, History of the Cherokee Indians, 402] c 1826 in NC. He was born c1790.

Jane "Jennie" Carter was a full-blooded Indian.
has date of birth as 1785 Roane Co, Tennessee.
has her name as Sarah Jane [Jennie] Carter.

FROM REV. SOLDIERS by Zella Armstrong pg 190. Served in Seminole War. B.B Cannon's Co 1st Reg TN Inf Cherokee War. Mustered in at Dallas, Hamilton Co, TN, 27 JUNE 1837 to serve 12 months.

HISTORY OF HAMILTON CO., by Zella Armstong: Reuben J. Tyner, named in the company that mustered in at Baton Rouge, LA, 9 MAY 1838, 2nd Seminole War. Capt. D.A. Wild's Company, Tennessee Mounted Volunteers, Major William Lauderdale's Battalion, in Florida or Seminole War as taken from records of the War Department.

From the book "The History of Hamilton County and Chattanooga, Tennessee" by Zella Armstrong:
B.B. CANNON'S Company First Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Infantry-Cherokee War
This company was mustered in at Dallas, Hamilton County, June 27, 1837 to serve twelve months. The list was copied from records in the War Department:
Reuben J. TYNER

The 1880 Cherokee Roll, Cooweescoowee District, page 82, Nos. 2029-2031, shows:
Reuben [80], Mary A. [27], and John H. [8].

One researcher has him buried in Wauhillaw, Oklahoma, Still Cemetery. Another has him buried Sallisaw, OK. Still Cemetery is at Gore, Sequoyah Co, Oklahoma. At that time it would have been Illinois Station, Indian Territory.

NOTES FROM JUDITH RITTENHOSUE
Reuben J. Tyner and Oklahoma : Some Tennessee Heroes of the Revolution, compiled from Pension Statements Pamphlet No. II, the Lookout Publishing Company, Chattanooga, Tenn., lists Reuben J. Tyner who served in the Mexican War as a child of Dempsey (Demsey) and Obedience Tyner. Reuben J. Tyner served in the 1st Reg. Tenn. Vol. Inf. for the Cherokee War, B. B. Cannon's Co., Mustered in Dallas, Hamilton Co., on June 27, 1837. Reuben Tiner and Jinney Carter took out a marriage license on 3 Dec. 1811 in Roane Co., Tenn. No return was noted on the license.

A letter from Ruby Cranor, historian at the Bartlesville Public Library, on 17 Feb. 1976 stated that Reuben and Jennie Tyner's son Jackson Tyner was born 3 Oct. 1818 and died in Bartlesville in 1871. The Reuben Tyners were pioneers of Bartlesville. The sons Jackson and Nathan Tyner claimed to have come to the southern part of Washington Co. before the Civil War. Jackson served as Senator of the Cooweescowe District, Cherokee Nation, and in 1861-1865 a Judge of the Cherokee Nation. Two of Nathan's sons and several of Jackson's sons served in the Indian Home Guard and for the Union in the Civil War....The Map of Washington County, Oklahoma Showing Trails, Historical Sites Prior to Statehood (1907), and Present Time Highways shows two Tyner cemeteries and one Tyner Creek cemetery, a Tyner Church, and two Tyner schools.

Children of REUBEN TYNER and JANE CARTER are:
536......i......NATHAN TYNER, b. Abt. 1813, Roane County, Tennessee, USA; d. Abt. 1871, Hillside, Washington County, Indian Territory, Tennessee.
537......ii......MARY A. TYNER, b. Abt. 1815, Roane County, Tennessee, USA; d. Bef. 1896.
538......iii......JACKSON TYNER, b. October 03, 1818, Cherokee Nation East, E. of Mississippi, Tennessee; d. October 17, 1871, Ocala, Marion County, Florida, USA.
539......iv......ELIZA JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1826, Cherokee Nation East, E. of Mississippi, Tennessee, USA; d. March 21, 1881, Atoka, Atoka County, Indian Territory.
540......v......LEROY TYNER, b. Abt. 1828.
.....vi......DELILAH TYNER, d. November 19, 1842, Saline District, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory/Oklahoma; m. ? JONES.

209. SEVIER BERLIN TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1792 in Ross Landing, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died in Ross Landing, Chataanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee. He married SYRENA ELIZABETH HICKS. She was born July 12, 1815, and died March 29, 1895 in Davidson County, Tennessee.

Notes for SEVIER BERLIN TYNER:
"The History of Hamilton County and Chattanooga, Tennessee" by Zella Armstrong, Vol 1:
Hamilton Co. Soldiers in the 2nd Seminole War:
The following muster roll of Capt. D.A. WILD's Company, Tennessee Mounted Volunteers, Major William LAUDERDALE's Battalion, in the Florida or Seminole War is taken from records in the War Department. This company was enlisted at Ross's Landing Oct. 26, 1837.
Sevier TYNER
William TYNER

TH. REV. SOLDIERS by Zella Armstrong:
Dempsey had son Sevier who served in the Seminole War.

HISTORY OF HAMILTON CO by Zella Armstrong; Lists Sevier Tyner as soldier of the Second Seminole War, Enlisted at Ross's Landing [Chattanooga] 26 Oct 1837.

Severe Berlin TYNER-642 {He enlisted at Ross Landing, Hamilton Co., as a soldier in 2nd Seminole War; he was a spy. Tyner Tymes, Vol. 1, p.36, Nov 1978, "...Sevier Tyner appears on the company Mustr-In-Roll of the Lauderdale's Battn Mounted Infantry (Cherokee War). Sevier Tyner appears on the company Muster-in-Roll of the organization named above. Roll dated Ross landing Oct. 26, 1837. Muster-in to date Oct. 26, 1837. joined for duty and enrolled. When Oct. 26, 1837. Where Ross Landing. Period 6 months. Sevier appears on Company Muster-out Roll, dated Baton Rouge, May 9, 1838. Muster-out to date: May 9, 1838. When enrolled: Oct. 26, 1837 for six
months. Where enrolled: Ross Landing. Clothing acct: Due soldier $35.23. Due U.S. For arms, Equipments, etc.: $.40. Remarks: Horse turned in 24 April. F. H. Jones, Copyist, from National Archives Records.}

..... - Syrena Elizabeth HICKS-641 Biological
..........{Born 12 July 1815
..........Died 29 Mar 1895}
..........{Notes: 1870 Federal Census of Nashville, Davidson, Tenn, gives for Ward 10, on page 479, household 169/212 Tyner, James, 23, Male, white, Fisherman, $600, born Tennessee; Ruth, age 20, female, white, Keeping House, born in Georgia; SERENE (that's Syrena Elizabeth Hicks), age 53, female, white, at home, born Tennessee; and Doughlin, Charles, age 12, male,
white, at home, born Tennessee. This would go along with his age of 15 during the Civil War.}

Children of SEVIER TYNER and SYRENA HICKS are:
541......i......JAMES SEVIER TYNER, b. February 15, 1847, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. July 04, 1935, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
.....ii......WILLIAM TYNER, b. December 30, 1842; d. April 09, 1876.
.....iii......SARAH TYNER, m. ? SWEENEY.
.....iv......MARY TYNER, m. ? PEARSON.
.....v......MARTHA TYNER, m. ? LAMB.

210. FANNIE TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1800 in Georgia, and died Bef. 1860 in McDonald County, Missouri. She married ROBERT LAUDERDALE Abt. 1820 in Tennessee, son of WILLIAM LAUDERDALE and ELIZABETH DUNHAM. He was born Abt. 1798 in Botetourt Co, Virginia, and died Bet. 1843 - 1850 in McDonald County, Missouri.

Notes for FANNIE TYNER:
Francis Tiner was a Choctaw Indian according to the book WE ARE ONE by Charles J Lauderdale.

Notes for ROBERT LAUDERDALE:
Source of information: HAMILTON COUNTY PIONEERS by John Wilson; page 165 under sketch on LAUDERDALE
Robert Lauderdale married Francis Tyner who had Indian Blood and was of the family of the Revolutionary Veteran Demsey Tyner. One of Robert Lauderdale's sons Dempsey Lauderdale was a Captain in the Civil War and a sheriff in Missouri. Robert Lauderdale had sold his Hamilton County property in November of 1822 to William H. Stringer for $376. In 1820, Robert Lauderdale had bound himself "to clear and fence in a farming manner Twelve acres of land as much more as I please, and a Cabbin, Corn Crib and Stable and Deliver the possession of the above premises to Hugh Dunlap, or his order, against the first day of January 1825." It says Robert Lauderdale, who had pushed on to the Indian Lands in Arkansas.

Children of FANNIE TYNER and ROBERT LAUDERDALE are:
542......i......MARY LAUDERDALE, b. October 26, 1823, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. Oakland, Contra Costa, California.
543......ii......FRANCIS MARION LAUDERDALE, b. February 14, 1824, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. September 13, 1863, Arkansas.
544......iii......JOHN LAUDERDALE, b. Abt. 1825, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1858, Texas.
.....iv......OBEDIENCE LAUDERDALE, b. Abt. 1827, Arkansas; d. Neosho, Missouri; m. NATHAN JACKSON PHILLIPS.
545......v......DEMPSEY TYNER LAUDERDALE, b. Abt. 1831, Rutldege, Mc Donald County, Missouri; d. Abt. 1863, Southwest City, McDonald, Missouri.
.....vi......MARTHA E. LAUDERDALE, b. Abt. 1836, McDonald County, Missouri; m. JOHN PRICE.
.....vii......ALFRED NEWTON LAUDERDALE, b. Abt. 1839, McDonald County, Missouri; d. Abt. 1904, Oregon.
.....viii......ROBERT JASPER LAUDERDALE, b. December 14, 1842, McDonald County, Missouri; d. 1908, Cushing, Payne County, Oklahoma; m. MARTHA ADELINE ELLIOTT, October 28, 1869, McDonald County, Missouri. Notes for ROBERT JASPER LAUDERDALE: Infantry, 8th Regiment, Missouri Infantry.

211. LEWIS B. TYNER (DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1800 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA, and died May 13, 1876 in Wauhillau, Adair, Oklahoma, USA. He married (1) MARY ANN FRANCES JOHNSON August 28, 1818 in Roane County, Tennessee, USA. She was born Abt. 1800 in Cherokee Territory, Tennessee, USA, and died June 09, 1911 in Logan County, Arkansas, USA. He married (2) FRANCES ELIZABETH LATTA Abt. 1847 in Cherokee Territory, Hamilton, Tennessee, daughter of JOHN LATTA and MARTHA SCOTT. She was born Abt. 1830 in Roane County, Tennessee, USA, and died Aft. 1909 in Muskogee, Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for LEWIS B. TYNER:
Notes from Dempsey Tyner and Descendants by Ray Bryan Womack
Was in the War of 1812 as an Indian Scout against the Creek Indians, lived in Hamilton and McMinn Co's Tn., was in McDonald, Mo., in 1851, per Fannie Cummins, granddaug, under claim #1963, Wauhillau, OK. Lewis traveled from Tn., with son Hiram, in December 1851.

Elizabeth Rose, in an application for Citizenship for N. J. Hibbs and G. W. Sivley, stated that "Lewis Tyner lived on the south side of the Tennessee River in what was known as the Cherokee Purchase."

1830 Census, Hamilton Co, Tennessee
Lewis TYNER page 84, line 07
males ages 0-4 (two) 5-9 (one) 10-14 (one) 30-39 (one)
females ages 0-4 (one) 5-9 (one) 30-39 (one)
(Children may or may not be the children of the head of household.)

1850 Hamilton Co, TN, census, 27th District of Hamilton Co., TN, p. 6.
HH# 496 Lewis Tyner (age 53)
Mary Tyner (age 50)
Lewis Tyner (age 22)
Mary Tyner (age 20)
Francis Tyner (age 17)
Jesse Tyner (age 14)
Note that In Census Household #498, two doors away, was John Latte, age 92 [future father-in-law of Hiram], Elizabeth [who married Lewis Tyner as his second wife], and Susan, 2 months old, probably the daughter of Lewis Tyner and Elizabeth Latta.

1860 Census Buffaloe Twp, Mc Donald Co, MO 23 July 1860
Lewis Tyner...56... M...TN
Elizabeth Tyner...27...F...TN
Susan Tyner... 10... F...MO
Robert Tyner... 08...M...MO
James B. Tyner...05... M...MO

1870 Census Pineville Twp, Mc Donald Co, MO 15 June 1870
Lewis Tyner...70...M...Farmer...TN
Elizabeth Tyner...41...F...Keeping House...TN
Susan Tyner...20... F...TN
Robert Tyner...18... M ... Farm laborer...MO
James Tyner...16...M...Farm Laborer...MO

Cause of death: Liver Cancer
http://www.muskogeeonline.org/cemetery/

WIFE Mary E \\-9551
Researcher notes:
Middle initial: L
Cause of death: Heart
http://www.muskogeeonline.org/cemetery/

In the Matter of the Claim of Mrs. Ellena Parker and Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols Et Al For Citizenship in The Indian Territory Cherokee Nation.
Mrs. Caroline A. Rogers sworn deposes and says:
I am (70) seventy years old. I am a resident of Logan County, Arkansas. I was raised in Hamilton County, Tennessee. I lived in Tennessee until I was 33 years of age, when I moved to this part of Arkansas and have resided here ever since. I am well acquainted with Newton J. Hibbs, (who now lives at Paris, Arkansas) the father of Mrs. Ellena Parker and Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols both of whom now live at Paris, Logan County, Arkansas and for whom, together with their father, this deposition or affidavit, is taken in support of their claim for Citizenship in the Indian Territory Cherokee Nation. I was well acquainted with Mr. Newton J. Hibbs in Tennessee and have been acquainted and have known him ever since he has been in Arkansas. I knew Mr. Hibbs' father and mother well. My father bought the first land that he owned, in Tennessee, from Mr. Newton J. Hibbs' father. Mr. Newton J. Hibbs' Mother (the grandmother of Mrs. Ellena Parker and Elizabeth Nichols) was a daughter of Dempsey Tiner. Mr. Dempsey Tiner claimed to be a Cherokee Indian and he was taken and so accepted by all the people who knew him to be Indian. He (Dempsey Tiner) looked like an Indian in stature and his general make up, and he had the characteristics of an Indian. The mother of Mr. Hibbs looked and acted like the Indian and had all the general make up of the Indian. I remember on one occasion of her swimming the Tennessee River. I knew Mr. Dempsey Tiner well. I saw him often, he lived on my father's farm, just a little way from my father's house for 5 or six years, and I staid a good deal at Mr. Tiner's house. Mr. Dempsey Tiner (father of Mr.Hibbs' mother) had one son that I knew well, a Louis Tiner. He had other sons but I was not acquainted with them, they having moved to Alabama. Louis Tiner was Mr. Newton J. Hibbs' uncle. Mr. Louis Tiner had several sons: John Tiner, Hiram Tiner, Jackson Tiner, Louis Tiner and Jessie or Jess Tiner (the youngest). These Tiners are first cousins to Mrs. Hibbs. The father of Mrs. Parker and Nichols. John Tiner, now lives at Prairie View, Arkansas. Jess Tiner now lives in the Cherokee Nation Indian Territory near Webbers Falls or Illinois Station, I.T. I do not know when or what became of the other Tiner Bro's. Mr. Newton J. Hibbs had several brothers and sisters. I knew Lee, King, Jess, Love, and Dempsey Hibbs, brother's of Mr. Newton J Hibbs. I do not know where these Hibbs are. I heard my son say that Jess Hibbs was in the Cherokee Nation. The Hibbs I have mentioned and the Tiners are cousins and are all Grandsons of old Grandpa Dempsey Tiner. I am in no way related to Mr. Hibbs or his daughters Mrs. Parker and Nichols nor am I interested in the prosecution of this claim.
Witness my hand this August 24th 1896.
/s/ Caroline A Rogers
State of Arkansas
County of Logan
Personally appeared before me as Justice of Peace within and for the county of Logan and State of Arkansas Mrs. Caroline A Rogers, to me well known to be the person she represents herself to be and that she is a person of good moral character and that she subscribed and sworn to this deposition or affidavit on this August 24th 1896. Given under my hand and official signature.
/s/ N T Cochran
Justice of the Peace

Source: Cherokee By Blood
Page 385
MISC Test. P. 4167
MISC. TEST. P. 4167. App. No. 16875-3918-Elizabeth Tyner...in behalf of
Robert J. Tyner:
" I am about 79 years of age. I was born in Roane Co., but I don't know the state. It was in the East. Applicant gets his Indian blood through his father, Lewis Tyner. He died in 1876. He was born in the East. He left the East in 1850.
....Lewis Tyner was my husband and he was a Cherokee Indian. He was enrolled in 1851 but I don't know whether he drew money or not. In coming West we stopped in Missouri, but came to the Territory in 1874. I think that Lewis Tyner was a quarteroon. Lewis was born in 1800. I was married to Lewis in Hamilton County, Tenn., when we were married. He lived in Alabama before he moved to Tennessee. Reuben and Nathan Tyner were brothers of Lewis. He had another brother who died in the Chicksaw Nation. His name was Jesse and he married a Chicksaw woman. Reuben and one of the other boys came out West as far as Arkansas with the Old Settlers and then moved to this state. Lewis' oldest child, John, was born in 1819. I am the second wife of Lewis. He was separated from his first wife and she moved to Arkansas with some of their children. Reuben died before we came West in 1850. Hiram was a child of my husband by his first wife. His oldest son was named Reuben. I think he was born in about 1845-he was old enough to be in the Civil War. Susan Tyner is the name of my oldest child and she was born in 1850. I am sure that we came in 1850. I never heard that my husband was enrolled. Never made an affidavit that he was enrolled. I never heard of him ever receiving any land or money from the government. My husband has always been recognized as a Cherokee Indian. My children have never associated with any other tribe of Indians than the Cherokees."
SIGNED: Elizabeth Tyner, Muskogee, Okla., Mar 23. 1909

Source: Cherokee By Blood : Records of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the Us
Court of Claims 1906-1910
Volume 2, Applications 1551-4200. Complied by Jerry Wright Jordan, Heritage Books, Inc.
1963. FANNIE CUMMINGS or CUMMINS & 4 children, Vian, Okla.. Admitted. Applicant's grandfather, Lewis Tyner, was enrolled in 1835 in Tennessee. It appears that about 1850 the family moved west, some of them residing in Mo., and some of them in Ark. For this reason they were not enrolled, either by Chapman in the East or by Drennen in the West. Several of the younger generation were enrolled as Cherokees and have received allotments, while others have not been so enrolled and alloted, but they are recognized as being of Cherokee Indian descent, and there is no reason why they should not have been allotet if they had made the same effort. The children of Fannie Cummins would be entitled as the descendants of Allen and Wallis Ratley, who are enrolled in Ill. #74. See testimony of Fannie Cummins, John W. Tyner and Martha Smith taken at Vian, Okla. Mar. 15, 1909. (Misc. Test., P. 3958 and 3959 and 3657.)."

From: "Keri Ann Webster"
To:
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2006 10:40 PM
Subject: [TYNER] Cherokee Info for 'my' Tyners and yours...
Hi Cousins, I can't recall reading any of this when I first went through the archives here at Tyner/Tiner. The info I am sharing below is in regards to my 5G grandfather Lewis B Tyner, son of Dempsey and Obedience. However, the other info I have in my possession now, may help many of you in your Cherokee searches. I purchased the 1835 Cherokee Census book. Monograph Two, by the Trails of Tears Association, Oklahoma chapter. I received it yesterday and discovered last night a ton of information I didn't previously have access to, as my large local library does not carry this reference. I hope it will benefit the rest of you who descend through Lewis B, as I know it does me.
He lived in: McMinn County, Tennessee; The watercourse: Conisawga Creek
All of the head of households of this small community/neighboring farms are:
James V. McNair. James Vann, David McNair, George Hicks, Big Hoe (just had to comment here that this name...which I have run across many times before during my searches.... has caused countless hours of hysterical comments and suggestions that we all must be related, i.e., fun filled discussion within my family....which may actually hold some truth) James Petit, AND last yet NOT least..... drum rolllllll...(ok my my Tyner blood is a bit proud...) :D OUR Lewis Tyner The only families with any listed whites by marriage in this small community are the McNairs and Petit. Each including only 1 family member as W By M. All of other families in this community, as listed above, have every family member listed as Quarteroons or more Indian blood. Also (as I know most of you already know) please make note Quarteroon back then did not equal 1/4 but instead meant they were claiming as little Indian blood as they thought possible while still getting benefits.

Facts for Lewis B Tyner's family. Family Males under 18 ...0; Family Males over 18 ....1;
Family Females under 16 ...3; Family Females over 16 ....2
Total Cherokees in family 6
Total slaves owned 4 ......2 males 2 females (not included in family counts or other below counts)
Whites connected by marriage ...0
Farms ....1; houses ....1; Acres in cultivation ....0; bushels of wheat raised 0; bushels of wheat sold 0 For how much 0 bushels of corn raised 0; bushels of corn sold 0 For how much 0; Ferry
boats...0; Mills ....0; Farmers over 18 ...1;
Mechanics over 18 ....0; Reads English ...0; Reads Cherokee ....0;
Full-bloods ....0; Half-breeds .....0;
Quarteroons ......6; Mixed Catabaws ...0; Mixed Spaniards ....0; Mixed
Negroes ....0; Weavers .....2; Spinners ....2
Reservees ....0; Descendants of reservees ....0; total of descendants and reservees ....0; Number ....295 (I believe this is family # or Census #....it isn't really clear)
The above info rang so many bells for me. Especially when reading all the stats of other families, including other surnames besides Tyner in my own line, that have previously brought me to repeated dead ends, yet with this book have offered other directions to search. The James Vann farm being next door to our Lewis and my previous suspicions provide more reason to believe a connection between Governer Vann and our Tyners. I hope for those who have not yet seen any of this will be helped by this information as well. I would be more than happy to share any info anyone else needs from this book. It was not a cheap purchase and will be easier to swallow having made it, knowing that I can share the information with all of you. Hugs to all, Keri Ann
Tyner Decendant through: Dempsey and Obedience Tyner #5 great grandparents
Lewis B Tyner and Mary Johnson #4 ggp
Hyram Noram Tyner and Martha Scott #3 ggp
Lewis Columbus Tyner and Lucinda Latta/Latty #2 ggp
Bessie Mae Tyner and John Henry Davis great grandparents
Ruth Marie Davis and Jimmie Sellers my Nano and Dado (grandparents)
Nulin Earl Sellers my Dad."

Our People and Where They Rest by James W Tyner and Alice Tyner Timmons,
Norman, OK 1974: 8 vol.
Still cemetery, Vol. 2, Sequoyah Co.
#49 Louise Tyner 1848 - 1898
#50 George Ann Dau. of J.W. & L.S. Tyner 1874 - 1894
#51 Minnie M dau. of L. & M.E. Tyner Apr. - Nov. 1892
#52 Nancy dau. of J.W. & L.S. Tyner 1884 - 1896
#53 Angeline dau. of J.W. & L.S. Tyner March - Oct. 1877
#54 Sarah F. dau. of J.W. & L.S. Tyner Nov. 1872 - Aug. 1873
#55 Martha J. Latty 1870 - 1876
#56 Hiram Tyner Feb. 6, 1823 - Dec. 17, 1876
#57 Martha Tyner No Date
#59 Lewis Tyner Jan 26 1828 - Sep 18 1852
#69 John W. Tyner Co. "G" 7th EN MO. Mil. Inf. (Civil War)

Notes for FRANCES ELIZABETH LATTA:
In claim for citizenship of N J Hibbs and G W Sivley by Elizabeth Tyner she states that in 1896 she is living with her son Robert and he is holding lands in the Canadian District, Indian Territory.

Application No. 16875 - 3918 - James B Tyner
Data taken from Indian Claim application #3918, 16875, quoting from
Elizabeth Tyner in behalf of Robert J. Tyner. "I am 79 years of age. I was born in Roane Co., [Tn] but I don't know the state. It was in the East. Applicant gets his Indian blood through his father, Lewis Tyner. He died in 1878. He was born in the East. He left the East in 1850. Lewis Tyner was my husband and he was a Cherokee Indian. He was enrolled in 1851, but I don't know whether he drew money or not. In coming west he stopped in Missouri, but come to the Territory in 1874. I think that Lewis Tyner was a quarternoon. Lewis was born in 1800. I was married to Lewis in 1847 and he was a tolerably old man at that time. He lived in Hamilton Co., Tenn when we were married. Reuben and Nathan Tyner were brothers of Lewis. He had another brother who died in the Chickasaw nation. His name was Jesse and he married a Chickasaw woman. Reuben and one of the other boys came out west as far as Arkansas with the Old Settlers and then moved to this state. Lewis' oldest child, John, was born in 1819. I am the second wife of Lewis. He was separated from his first wife and she moved to Arkansas with some of their children. Reuben died before we came West in 1850. Hiram was a child of my husband by his first wife. His oldest son was named Reuben. I think he was born about 1845 he was old enough to be in the Civil War. Susan Tyner is the name of my oldest child and she was born in 1850. I am sure that we came in 1850. I never heard that my husband was enrolled. Never made an affidavit that he was enrolled. I never heard of him ever receiving any land or money from the government. My husband has always recognized as a Cherokee Indian. My children have never associated with any other tribe of Indians than the Cherokees."
SIGNER: Elizabeth Tyner, Muskogee, OK., 23 Mar 1909.

Children of LEWIS TYNER and MARY JOHNSON are:
546......i......JOHN H. TYNER, b. Abt. 1819, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. June 27, 1899, Prairie View, Logan County, Arkansas, USA.
547......ii......OBEDIENCE TYNER, b. Abt. 1820, Tennessee, USA; d. Abt. 1873.
.....iii......JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1822, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1907; m. ? SIVLEY.
548......iv......HIRAM TYNER, b. June 02, 1823, Cherokee Nation East, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. December 17, 1876, Sequoyah County, Indian Territory.
549......v......GEORGE JACK TYNER, b. Abt. 1824, Tennessee; d. 1884.
.....vi......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1826, Tennessee.
.....vii......SARAH TYNER, b. Abt. 1828.
550......viii......STEVEN JACKSON TYNER, b. Abt. 1828, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA.
551......ix......LEWIS J. TYNER, b. January 26, 1828, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. September 18, 1882, Wauhillau, Adair County, Oklahoma, USA.
552......x......MARY ANN TYNER, b. Abt. 1830, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. June 09, 1911. She married LOVETT S. HIBBS December 19, 1850 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA, son of JEREMIAH HIBBS and OBEDIENCE TYNER. Children are listed under (534) Lovett S. Hibbs.
.....xi......REUBEN TYNER, b. Abt. 1830, Tennessee, USA; d. Bef. 1850.
553......xii......FRANCES TYNER, b. December 11, 1831, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. August 25, 1917, Sulphur Springs, Sand Mountain, DeKalb County, Alabama.
.....xiii......ROPP TYNER, b. Abt. 1832.
554......xiv......JESSE L. TYNER, b. Abt. 1835, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. November 1898, Campbell Co, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

Children of LEWIS TYNER and FRANCES LATTA are:
555......xv......SUSAN TYNER, b. June 17, 1850, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA; d. January 17, 1937, Muskegee, Muskegee County, Oklahoma, USA.
556......xvi......ROBERT J. TYNER, b. January 06, 1852, McDonald County, Missouri, USA.
557......xvii......JAMES BENTON TYNER, b. April 18, 1854, McDonald County, Missouri, USA; d. July 16, 1933, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, USA.
.....xviii......TENNESSEE TYNER, b. Abt. 1857, Cherokee Nation East, Indian Territory; d. Abt. 1860.
.....xix......MELISSA TYNER, b. Abt. 1860, Oklahoma.

212. SAMUEL PADGETT (HENRY, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born 1800 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married EMELINE MILLY MERCHANT. She was born Abt. 1820 in Edgefield County, North Carolina.

Children of SAMUEL PADGETT and EMELINE MERCHANT are:
.....i......NANCY PADGETT, b. Abt. 1838, Edgefield County, North Carolina.
.....ii......CATHERINE PADGETT, b. Abt. 1840, Edgefield County, North Carolina.
.....iii......AMELIA PERMELIA ANN PADGETT, b. January 1842, Edgefield County, North Carolina.
.....iv......MAHLON PADGETT, b. Abt. 1846, Edgefield County, North Carolina.
.....v......MOSBY PADGETT, b. Abt. 1848, Edgefield County, North Carolina.
.....vi......JOSIAH PADGETT, b. January 1850, Edgefield County, North Carolina.

213. EZEKIAL PADGETT (HENRY, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born 1805 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1878 in Edgefield County, North Carolina. He married ?.

Child of EZEKIAL PADGETT and ? is:
.....i......TILLMAN PADGETT, b. Abt. 1831.

214. RANEY PADGETT (MARK, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She married JORDAN I. FEASTER. He was born in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of RANEY PADGETT and JORDAN FEASTER are:
.....i......JOHN FEASTER, b. 1818.
.....ii......HIRAM FEASTER, b. 1826.
.....iii......LETHY FEASTER, b. 1836.
.....iv......EDNEY FEASTER, b. 1837.
.....v......ELVIRA FEASTER, b. 1839.
.....vi......GINCY FEASTER, b. 1844.
.....vii......MARY FEASTER, b. 1849.

215. LEWIS PADGETT (MARK, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1820 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married LUCINDA EIDSON. She was born Abt. 1825 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of LEWIS PADGETT and LUCINDA EIDSON are:
558......i......SARAH ANN PADGETT, b. Abt. 1846, Edgefield County, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1919, Saluda, Saluda County, South Carolina.
559......ii......TELLULAH ANNE PADGETT, b. December 1848, Edgefield County, South Carolina; d. December 03, 1926, Saluda, Saluda County, South Carolina.

216. SARAH ANN PADGETT (JOSIAH, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born April 20, 1828 in Edgefield County, North Carolina, and died April 16, 1892 in Edgefield County, North Carolina. She married WESTLEY CORLEY July 04, 1844. He was born June 17, 1823.

Children of SARAH PADGETT and WESTLEY CORLEY are:
.....i......SARAH ANN CORLEY, b. May 15, 1845; d. April 17, 1852.
560......ii......SION BENJAMIN CORLEY, b. February 08, 1847; d. July 04, 1917, Saluda, South Carolina.
.....iii......JOSIAH CORLEY, b. April 06, 1849.
.....iv......MARTHA CORLEY, b. August 24, 1851; d. May 26, 1855.
.....v......ELIZABETH CORLEY, b. February 01, 1854; d. May 25, 1855.
.....vi......LAURA ANN CORLEY, b. April 17, 1856.
.....vii......JOHN W. CORLEY, b. September 28, 1858; d. August 20, 1881, Saluda, South Carolina.
.....viii......DAVID JACKSON CORLEY, b. September 19, 1862; d. Abt. 1924.
.....ix......JEMIMA CORLEY, b. July 28, 1864; d. Abt. 1924.
561......x......KATURA CORLEY, b. August 30, 1866; d. Abt. 1946.
.....xi......WILLIAM MANCHESTER CORLEY, b. September 06, 1869.

217. RUSSELL PADGETT (SAMUEL, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1819 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1880. He married ELIZABETH WHITTLE. She was born Abt. 1825.

Child of RUSSELL PADGETT and ELIZABETH WHITTLE is:
562......i......HENRY PADGETT, b. Abt. 1839, Edgefield County, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1915, Saluda County, South Carolina.

218. WILSON PADGETT (SAMUEL, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born 1820 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married MATILDA FUNDERBURK Abt. 1839 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born 1820 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Child of WILSON PADGETT and MATILDA FUNDERBURK is:
563......i......SAVANNAH PADGETT, b. Abt. 1853; d. Abt. 1933.

219. SAMUEL PADGETT (SAMUEL, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1829. He married ELIZABETH WATSON. She was born January 1831 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of SAMUEL PADGETT and ELIZABETH WATSON are:
564......i......MARK MARTIN PADGETT, b. May 1849, Edgefield County, South Carolina; d. 1920, Saluda County, South Carolina. Children are listed above under (559) Tellulah Anne Padgett, daughter of LEWIS PADGETT and LUCINDA EIDSON.
565......ii......EMMA SOLEMNIA PADGETT, b. September 1856, Edgefield County, South Carolina.

220. EMRIGHT R. PADGETT (ARTHUR JEFFERSON, JOSIAH, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born 1815 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died 1862 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He married FRANCES BODIE, daughter of OBEDIAH BODIE and MARGARET DURHAM. She was born Abt. 1829 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Child of EMRIGHT PADGETT and FRANCES BODIE is:
566......i......SILAS PETER PADGETT, b. February 1854. Child is listed under (563) Savannah Padgett, his wife.

221. EZEKIEL JONES (SARAH PADGETT, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1810, and died in Macon County, Georgia. He married (1) ELIZABETH DEAN. She was born Abt. 1799 in South Carolina. He married (2) CASSIE BARNES. She was born Abt. 1809.

Notes for EZEKIEL JONES:
Census: 1850 Macon Co., Ga. page 141 family 431
Ezekiel Jones age 40 SC
Malichas Jones age 22 SC
Elizabeth Jones age 30 SC
Francis Jones age 17 SC
_________________________________________
Census: 1860 Macon Co., Ga. page 75 & 76 family 248
Ezekiel Jones age 55 farmer SC
Kizia Jones age 22 Ga.
Ezekiel R. Jones age 2 Ga.
Theodore Johnson age 9
John Taylor age 17
___________________________________
Census: 1870 Macon Co., Ga. Oglethorpe PO Dist 814
page 72 family 560
Ezekiel age 61 farmer SC
Kissiah Jones age 30 keeping house SC
Ezekiel R. Jones age 13 at home
W.R.R. Jones age 11 at school Ga.
Henrietta Jones age 9 Ga.
Simpson J. Jones age 7 Ga.

Children of EZEKIEL JONES and ELIZABETH DEAN are:
.....i......MALACHI JONES, b. Abt. 1827.
567......ii......M. FRANCIS JONES, b. Abt. 1836.

222. ALEXANDER POPE JONES (SARAH PADGETT, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born February 23, 1823 in South Carolina, and died July 18, 1909 in Taylor County, Georgia. He married (1) MARY MONTGOMERY August 03, 1848 in Crawford County, Georgia. She was born May 21, 1830 in Taylor County, Georgia. He married (2) CATHERINE PARRISH December 24, 1876 in Macon County, North Carolina. She was born April 25, 1847 in Berrien County, Georgia.

Notes for ALEXANDER POPE JONES:
See http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1915952&id=I542508247

Census: 1850 Crawford Co., Ga. enumerated 7/30/1850
Div 20 page 2 family 11
Alex Jones ...age 21 ...planter ...$200... born SC
Mary Jones ...age 20... born Ga.
Wm R. Jones... age 1... born Ga.
______________________________________
Census: 1860 Taylor Co., Ga. page 24 family 246
Jones. A. P. Jones...age 35 ...SC... farmer
Mary Jones...age 30... Ga.
William R. age 11 Ga.
Sam P. Jones...age 7... Ga.
Andrew J. Jones...age 5... Ga.
Sarah E. Jones...age 3 ...Ga.
James M. Jones...age 1... Ga.
_______________________________
Census: 1870 Taylor Co., Ga. Butler Dist
page 333 family 491
Jones AP Jones... age 47... farmer ...SC
Mary Jones...age 40 ...keeping house... Ga.
William Jones...age 21... works farm
Samuel Jones...age 17... works farm
Andrew Jones...age 14 ...works farm
Sarah Jones...age 12... at school
James Jones...age 10 ...works farm
Simpson Jones...age 8...at home
Pauline Jones...age 5 ...at home
Mary Jones...age 3... at home
Anna Jones...age 1... at home
______________________________
Census: 1880 Macon Co., Ga. Dist 814
page 650a family 209
Alexander Jones...age 60... farmer ...SC
Catherin Jones...wife ...age 32... Ga.
Simpson Jones...son... age 18 ...single... farm laborer
Ellar Jones...dau ...age 13
Annie Jones...dau... age 11
Malan Jones...son ...age 9
Sanford Jones...son ...age 2
Phelex Jones...son... age 11 months

Children of ALEXANDER JONES and MARY MONTGOMERY are:
.....i......ANDREW JACKSON JONES, b. August 13, 1853, Talbot County, Georgia.
.....ii......WILLIAM R. JONES, b. May 04, 1849.
.....iii......SEABORN POPE JONES, b. September 15, 1851.
.....iv......SAMUEL POPE JONES, b. January 21, 1853, Taylor County, Georgia.
.....v......SARAH EMILY JONES, b. August 09, 1857, Taylor County, Georgia.
.....vi......JAMES MALAKI JONES, b. August 13, 1859.
.....vii......SIMPSON NEWELL JONES, b. May 07, 1862.
.....viii......PAULINE VASHTI JONES, b. December 18, 1864.
.....ix......MARY ELLA JONES, b. October 21, 1866.
.....x......ANNA ARCADIA JONES, b. October 14, 1868.
.....xi......MAHLON ADOLPHEN JONES, b. October 24, 1870.
.....xii......ALEXANDER RUFUS JONES, b. February 27, 1873, Taylor County, Georgia.

Children of ALEXANDER JONES and CATHERINE PARRISH are:
.....xiii......STANFORD JACKSON JONES, b. October 06, 1877.
.....xiv......FELIX Z. JONES, b. June 17, 1879.
.....xv......DANIEL HARDY JONES, b. January 20, 1881.
.....xvi......FLORENCE EDITH JONES, b. March 18, 1883.
.....xvii......ROBERT LEE JONES, b. February 14, 1885, Taylor County, Georgia.
.....xviii......EUNY JEWELL JONES, b. September 21, 1886.
.....xix......CARRIE BELL JONES, b. January 20, 1888.
.....xx......HENRY CLAY JONES, b. November 06, 1889.

223. ELIZABETH C. PADGETT (JOB, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1841, and died February 21, 1914. She married WILLIAM MONCUS Abt. 1870. He was born August 16, 1812.

Children of ELIZABETH PADGETT and WILLIAM MONCUS are:
.....i......THOMAS WYATT MONCUS, b. August 29, 1869.
.....ii......JO ANNE MONCUS, b. 1872.
.....iii......MARGARET C. MONCUS, b. August 08, 1874.
.....iv......SUSAN MARIE MONCUS, b. January 1877.
.....v......HESTER MELISSA MONCUS, b. August 31, 1879.
.....vi......WILLIAM JACKSON MONCUS, b. April 21, 1881.
.....vii......ELICK MCDONALD MONCUS, b. December 01, 1883.
.....viii......NELLIE ARLETHA MONCUS, b. April 29, 1886.

224. GEORGE WASHINGTON PADGETT (JOB, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born July 05, 1841, and died January 16, 1922 in Randolph County, Alabama, USA. He married AMANDA FLORILLA MONCUS, daughter of WILLIAM MONCUS and MARY LEATHERS. She was born March 21, 1841, and died Aft. 1880 in Randolph County, Alabama, USA.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON PADGETT:
C.S.A., PVT., AL., Capt. Croft's Battery, Light Artillery, POW, Aug. 20, 1864-5

Children of GEORGE PADGETT and AMANDA MONCUS are:
568......i......JOHN DANIELELIJAH PADGETT, b. June 28, 1866, Randolph County, Alabama; d. May 11, 1951.
569......ii......SARA ANN ELIZABETH PADGETT, b. November 29, 1867, Randolph County, Alabama, USA; d. June 13, 1949, Cragford, Clay County, Alabama, USA.
570......iii......JOB B. PADGETT, b. February 1869, Randolph County, Alabama; d. April 19, 1952, Randolph County, Alabama.
571......iv......MARY ARLETHA PADGETT, b. October 12, 1871, Randolph County, Alabama; d. Montazoma, Georgia.
572......v......GEORGE ALLEN PADGETT, b. April 06, 1874, Randolph County, Alabama; d. July 10, 1956, Cragford, Alabama.
573......vi......WILLIAM WASHINGTON PADGETT, b. September 11, 1878, Randolph County, Alabama; d. August 14, 1943, Elba, Alabama.
.....vii......JOANAH M. PADGETT, b. May 1877, Randolph County, Alabama; d. July 31, 1920.
574......viii......BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PADGETT, b. April 07, 1879, Randolph County, Alabama; d. April 15, 1942, Alabama.

225. MARY ANN WHITTLE (MARGARET PADGETT, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born November 27, 1827 in Clouds Creek, Edgefield County, SC, and died March 29, 1917 in Springfield, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. She married JAMES DANIEL RIAL MILLER Abt. 1853. He was born January 19, 1828 in Clouds Creek, Edgefield County, SC, and died January 09, 1913 in Springfield, Orangeburg County, South Carolina.

Notes for MARY ANN WHITTLE:
Obituary of Captain James D.R. Miller _" Springfield Jan. 10 - this morning, near town died after a long illness..more than eighty-four and has lived here for nearly forty years. He came here from the Cloud Creek section of Edgefield County..and bought two hundred acres of land for less than four dollars per acre...Mrs. J.D.R. Miller is now eighty-six...Capt. Miller was a scarred veteran of the last war and one of Gary?s Men...enlisted at the first of ?61...remained until the end...Mr. Miller as a good citizen, and years ago prospered and kept an open house..he was generous to a fault...buried with Masonic ceremonies...leaving wife and the following children: Mrs. Walter I Knight of Georgia, L. M. Miller and R. L. Miller of Augusta, GA and . L. Miller of Springfield. His eldest daughter, Mrs. J.W. Whittle died here or near here several years ago."".....Times & Democrat, Orangeburg SC, 13 Jan 1913 (Tuesday)

Mrs. Mary A. Miller..Springfield, Mar. 31. After a long and painful illness died near town Thursday night. She was the widow of the late Capt. J.D. Miller who preceded her to the grave several years . Mrs.Miller was 92.. and the mother of the following children: Mr.s J.W. Whittle.dead, Mrs. Walter I. Knight, L.M. Miller and R.L.Mller of Georgia and James L. Miller of this place. Mrs. Miller was born in the Clouds Creek section of Edgefield county and with her family moved to Orangeburg county about 40 years ago...a Baptist".......................The State, 1 April 1917 (Sun).

Children of MARY WHITTLE and JAMES MILLER are:
.....i......ANN CIVILLIA MILLER, b. July 27, 1854, Saluda, South Carolina.
.....ii......ALBERTHA ELIZABETH MILLER, b. Abt. 1858, Saluda, South Carolina.
.....iii......LUTHER MADISON MILLER, b. May 1860, Saluda, South Carolina.
.....iv......JAMES LAMAR MILLER, b. August 28, 1863, Saluda, South Carolina.
.....v......ROBERT LEE MILLER, b. February 11, 1866, Saluda, South Carolina.

226. WESLEY MCGEE (JANE PADGETT, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1825 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married (1) ELIZABETH PADGETT WHITTLE. She was born in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married (2) JULIA HERLONG August 28, 1842 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Child of WESLEY MCGEE and ELIZABETH WHITTLE is:
.....i......FLOYD WHITTLE, b. Abt. 1860, Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of WESLEY MCGEE and JULIA HERLONG are:
.....ii......EPSY MCGEE, b. August 31, 1845, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....iii......SUSANNAH MCGEE, b. Abt. 1845, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....iv......WILLIAM L. MCGEE, b. July 02, 1847, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....v......JOB N. MCGEE, b. Abt. 1850, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....vi......JOHN WESLEY MCGEE, b. Abt. 1854, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....vii......CHESLEY MCGEE, b. Abt. 1853, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....viii......COOT MCGEE, b. Abt. 1854, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....ix......MATILDA MCGEE, b. Abt. 1857, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....x......ELVIRA MCGEE, b. Abt. 1859.
.....xi......MARY MCGEE, b. Abt. 1865.
.....xii......ELIZABETH MCGEE, b. Abt. 1868.
.....xiii......ELLENDER MCGEE, b. Abt. 1869.
.....xiv......ANGELINE MCGEE, b. Abt. 1872.

227. ELIZABETH MCGEE (JANE PADGETT, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born February 22, 1822 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died September 14, 1900 in Orangeburg, South Carolina. She married LOUIS HERLONG July 03, 1842 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He was born February 22, 1797 in Orangeburg, South Carolina.

Children of ELIZABETH MCGEE and LOUIS HERLONG are:
.....i......SARAH JANE HERLONG, b. Abt. 1842, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....ii......MARTHA HERLONG, b. Abt. 1845, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....iii......MARY ANN HERLONG, b. January 20, 1848, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....iv......CATHERINE HERLONG, b. Abt. 1849, South Carolina.
.....v......DANIEL NICHOLAS HERLONG, b. January 09, 1852, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....vi......WILLIAM CAPERS HERLONG, b. December 15, 1854, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....vii......JOHN R. HERLONG, b. May 22, 1856, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....viii......ELLA Z. HERLONG, b. September 01, 1859, Edgefield County, South Carolina.

228. JAMES M. PADGETT (CHESLEY, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born September 29, 1832 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died September 29, 1862 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He married ROZELPHA DEALA FARMER February 04, 1858 in Van Zandt County, Texas.

Children of JAMES PADGETT and ROZELPHA FARMER are:
.....i......GEORGE W. PADGETT, b. November 29, 1858, Fort Summit, Texas.
.....ii......THOMAS JAMES PADGETT, b. May 03, 1861.

229. WILLIAM J. PADGETT (CHESLEY, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born February 11, 1837, and died July 10, 1912 in Texas. He married JERUSHA R. DICKERSON February 12, 1858 in Texas.

Children of WILLIAM PADGETT and JERUSHA DICKERSON are:
.....i......W. A. PADGETT, b. Abt. 1859.
.....ii......ROBERT LEE PADGETT, b. Abt. 1866.
.....iii......JOE PADGETT, b. Abt. 1871.
.....iv......JIM PADGETT, b. Abt. 1876.
.....v......HAROLD B. PADGETT, b. March 15, 1897.

230. CICERO PIXLEY PADGETT (CHESLEY, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1840 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1920 in Rusk County, Texas. He married SALENA A. MOORES September 15, 1869 in Rusk County, Texas. She was born Abt. 1853.

Children of CICERO PADGETT and SALENA MOORES are:
.....i......CHESLEY PADGETT, b. Abt. 1870.
.....ii......CHARLES PADGETT, b. Abt. 1874.
.....iii......ELLA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1876.
.....iv......IDA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1876.

231. CHESLEY A. PADGETT (CHESLEY, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born July 05, 1848 in Alabama, and died March 18, 1899 in Grand Saline, Van Zandt, Texas. He married (1) MARY CAROLINE TUCKER December 12, 1869 in Van Zandt County, Texas. She was born January 09, 1852 in Texas, and died December 06, 1876 in Van Zandt County, Texas. He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH JONES February 26, 1877 in Van Zandt County, Texas. She was born February 1856.

Children of CHESLEY PADGETT and MARY TUCKER are:
.....i......MARY LOU PADGETT, b. July 25, 1871, Texas.
.....ii......ANICE A. PADGETT, b. March 05, 1873, Grand Saline, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....iii......BERNARD PADGETT, b. September 25, 1875, Texas.
.....iv......ELIZABETH PADGETT, b. Abt. 1876, Van Zandt County, Texas.

Children of CHESLEY PADGETT and MARY JONES are:
.....v......ELIE SMITH PADGETT, b. Abt. 1877, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....vi......JOHN LEE PADGETT, b. Abt. 1879, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....vii......BOOK WRIGHT PADGETT, b. September 1881, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....viii......ANNA LELA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1883, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....ix......HORACE GREELEY PADGETT, b. April 09, 1885, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....x......IDELLA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1887, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xi......VERTIE PADGETT, b. January 1888, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xii......CARRIE PADGETT, b. January 22, 1890, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xiii......BYRON PADGETT, b. Abt. 1891, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xiv......SAMUEL R. PADGETT, b. March 03, 1892, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xv......BERRY C. PADGETT, b. Abt. 1895, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xvi......WILLIAM J. PADGETT, b. August 1896, Van Zandt County, Texas.
.....xvii......CHESLEY A. PADGETT, b. November 20, 1897, Van Zandt County, Texas.

232. TEXAS ELLEN PADGETT (CHESLEY, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1852 in Texas, and died Aft. 1900 in Van Zandt County, Texas. She married (1) JAMES H. JACKSON April 22, 1870 in Van Zandt County, Texas. She married (2) HORACE L. ROBINSON Aft. 1875. He was born April 02, 1836.

Child of TEXAS PADGETT and JAMES JACKSON is:
.....i......G. W. JACKSON, b. September 25, 1874, Van Zandt County, Texas.

233. MARY ANN PADGETT (WILLIAM, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born April 17, 1825 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died February 27, 1889 in Newton, Georgia. She married (1) JOSEPH S. HUIET December 11, 1845 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He was born March 15, 1821 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She married (2) JAMES C. LARK 1854 in Augusta, Georgia.

Children of MARY PADGETT and JOSEPH HUIET are:
.....i......FRANCIS D. HUIET, b. August 29, 1846, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....ii......WILLIAM J. P. HUIET, b. 1847, Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of MARY PADGETT and JAMES LARK are:
.....iii......MATTIE O. LARK, b. May 16, 1855, Augusta, Georgia.
.....iv......MAMIE LESLIE LARK, b. July 04, 1857, Augusta, Georgia.
.....v......MARGARET ANN LARK, b. October 19, 1861, Augusta, Georgia.

234. JOHN ETHELBERT PADGETT (WILLIAM, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born January 26, 1824 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died April 03, 1875 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married SAVANNAH HARRIS Abt. 1850 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born August 08, 1830 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Notes for JOHN ETHELBERT PADGETT:
1850 Edgefield Co. SC census has Dr. J.E. Padgett, physician, and family on a plantation worth $14,000, with 40 slaves.
1860 census, Dr. J. E. Padgett and family live beside wife's Harris relatives, with real estate at $2,700 and personal estate of $12,600.

Children of JOHN PADGETT and SAVANNAH HARRIS are:
.....i......ELLA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1851.
.....ii......MADORA CORNELIA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1853.
.....iii......MARGARET MATILDA PADGETT, b. March 05, 1855.
.....iv......ALBIRTA EUGENIA PADGETT, b. July 21, 1857.
.....v......HENRIETTA PAULINE PADGETT, b. October 08, 1859.
.....vi......JAMES JACKSON PADGETT, b. Abt. 1862.
.....vii......THOMAS JEFFERSON PADGETT, b. Abt. 1864.
.....viii......JOHN MARION PADGETT, b. Abt. 1866.
.....ix......CLAUDE PADGETT, b. Abt. 1868.
.....x......CARRIE PADGETT, b. February 11, 1872.
.....xi......OPHELIA PADGETT, b. May 31, 1874.
.....xii......WILLIAM D. PADGETT, b. Abt. 1876.

235. TILLMAN DAVIS PADGETT (WILLIAM, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born August 14, 1826 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died June 04, 1881 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married MARY ANN TIMMERMAN December 07, 1858 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born October 15, 1839 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of TILLMAN PADGETT and MARY TIMMERMAN are:
.....i......AUGUSTUS ELLIOTT PADGETT, b. July 28, 1860.
.....ii......LYDA C. PADGETT, b. October 09, 1861.
.....iii......MARGARET C. PADGETT, b. December 27, 1863.
.....iv......DAVIS D. PADGETT, b. August 1865.
.....v......CLAUDE L. PADGETT, b. January 18, 1867.
.....vi......TILLMAN D. PADGETT, b. June 18, 1868.
.....vii......MARY ANNA PADGETT, b. October 1870.
.....viii......MATTIE PADGETT, b. August 08, 1871.
.....ix......EUSTATIA E. PADGETT, b. April 22, 1873.
.....x......LUTHER H. PADGETT, b. June 08, 1874.
.....xi......RANSOM CAROL PADGETT, b. September 23, 1875.
.....xii......HORTENSE PADGETT, b. July 29, 1877.
.....xiii......BESSIE ELIZABETH PADGETT, b. December 14, 1879.
.....xiv......EUFALA PADGETT, b. Abt. 1880.

236. DAVID WILLIAM PADGETT (WILLIAM, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born September 13, 1836 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died March 31, 1913 in Saluda County, South Carolina. He married (1) MARTHA ANN LONG Abt. 1855. She was born October 31, 1835 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He married (2) HARRIET URSULA LONG 1857 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born 1834 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Children of DAVID PADGETT and HARRIET LONG are:
.....i......JAMES TOLIVER PADGETT, b. January 30, 1859.
.....ii......DAVID BEAUREGARD PADGETT, b. January 02, 1861.
.....iii......JOSEPH WILLIAM PADGETT, b. May 13, 1866.
.....iv......JULIA KATHERINE PADGETT, b. May 27, 1868.
.....v......MARTHA ANN PADGETT, b. March 16, 1870.
.....vi......MARGARET ELIZABETH PADGETT, b. February 15, 1872.
.....vii......ADA JOYCE PADGETT, b. December 04, 1874.
.....viii......MARY IDA PADGETT, b. December 04, 1874.
.....ix......MAXIMILIAN PADGETT, b. July 22, 1878.

237. MAHLON DEMARCUS PADGETT (WILLIAM, JOB, WILLIAM, MARGARET TYNER, NICHOLAS) was born January 26, 1838 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, and died August 30, 1908 in Batesburg, South Carolina. He married SUSANNAH EUPHRATES LONG April 01, 1858 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born March 21, 1842 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Notes for MAHLON DEMARCUS PADGETT:
Between 1880 and 1882 he was a Baptist minister, ordained 12 Nov. 1870, Sardis Baptist Church. He also pastored Pine Grove Baptist Church.

Children of MAHLON PADGETT and SUSANNAH LONG are:
.....i......ADA MARGARET PADGETT, b. February 14, 1859, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....ii......WALTER JOSEPH PADGETT, b. September 12, 1860, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....iii......WILLIAM JACOBSON PADGETT, b. May 10, 1862, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....iv......MARTHA CATHERINE PADGETT, b. February 08, 1864, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....v......ANNIE LEONA PADGETT, b. October 04, 1865, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....vi......MARY LARK PADGETT, b. April 25, 1867, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....vii......SUSANNAH MATILDA PADGETT, b. March 12, 1869, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....viii......JULIA ELLA PADGETT, b. March 07, 1871, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....ix......OSCAR DENNY PADGETT, b. October 18, 1873.
.....x......LUTHER GWALTNEY PADGETT, b. November 04, 1875, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....xi......MAHLON ETHELBERT PADGETT, b. February 06, 1878, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....xii......EVA EUELA PADGETT, b. June 15, 1880, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....xiii......ERNEST EDWIN PADGETT, b. September 03, 1883, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
.....xiv......PEARLE OMEGA PADGETT, b. November 14, 1886, Edgefield County, South Carolina.

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