, Some Descendants of Nicholas Tyner of Isle of Wight, Virginia, Pt. 3B
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Some Descendants of Nicholas Tyner of Isle of Wight, Virginia, PT. 3B


by Jane A. Leavell

GENERATION NO. 7, part 2

249. ELIZABETH DALE (NANCY TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1817, and died Abt. 1847. She married ISAAC POWELL Abt. 1830. He was born Abt. 1810.

Children of ELIZABETH DALE and ISAAC POWELL are:
701......i......HARRIET POWELL, b. Abt. 1838.
.....ii......ENOS POWELL, b. Abt. 1840.
.....iii......NANCY POWELL, b. Abt. 1843.
.....iv......ALFRED POWELL, b. Abt. 1845.
.....v......GABRIEL POWELL, b. Abt. 1849.

250. EMELINE DALE (NANCY TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 14, 1821 in Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana, and died January 15, 1917 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married NATHANIEL BANISTER February 11, 1841 in Fayette County, Indiana. He was born December 13, 1818 in Kentucky, and died March 15, 1900 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of EMELINE DALE and NATHANIEL BANISTER are:
......i......CHARLOTTE BANNISTER, b. December 13, 1841, Indiana; d. April 16, 1873, Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She married (1) JOHN MINNICK September 06, 1868 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married (2) DAVID HURLBERT DRUMMOND TYNER July 13, 1872 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, son of DRURY TYNER and ISABELLA DICKEY. Child is listed under (487) David Hurlbert Drummond Tyner.
.....ii......MERIT BANNISTER, b. September 28, 1844, Indiana; d. June 19, 1935, Wabash County, Indiana; m. SARAH E. HACKNEY, February 26, 1873, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......THEODORE BANNISTER, b. Abt. 1846.
.....iv......GRANVILLE BANNISTER, b. Abt. 1847, Indiana; d. August 07, 1861, Lagro Township, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......LEWIS BANNISTER, b. Abt. 1850, Lagro Township, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vi......ALICE BANNISTER, b. October 1853, Lagro Township, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vii......HORACE D. BANNISTER, b. Abt. 1859, Lagro Township, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....viii......SANFORD BANNISTER, b. August 1861, Lagro Township, Wabash County, Indiana; d. June 28, 1951, Wabash County, Indiana.

251. HIRAM DALE (NANCY TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 30, 1826 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died Aft. 1911. He married CATHERINE FROST February 12, 1849 in Fayette County, Indiana. She was born April 04, 1829 in Putnam County, New York, and died Aft. February 1911.

Notes for HIRAM DALE:

Honorable Hiram Dale
.....An influential and highly respected resident of Wabash county, Ind., was born July 30, 1826, in the county of Fayette, this state, and is a son of Alexander and Nancy (Tyner) Dale. Few men have been more closely asociated with the welfare of this county or have shown greater aptitude for stimulating and strengthening the resources of the community than the gentleman whose record is given in this article, and whose name is known and honored for the good he has accomplished.
.....Alexander Dale is of English extraction, although a native of Virginia, having first seen the light of day in Westmoreland county, that state, February 8, 1786. When but a child his parents moved to the Blue Grass regions of Kentucky, settling in Woodford county, where he was educated, grew to manhood and was married. He became a husbandman, and about 1812, located in Indiana, where he had previously entered one hundred sixty acres of land. In 1852 he came to Wabash county and purchased one hundred and sixty acres of land. About 1832 he entered a section of government land , and it is a part of the latter which forms the home of our subject. Small improvements were made in the county at that time. Wild beasts inhabited the forests and the still more savage red man was a frequent sight in the settlement, although he offered no harm to the white men who had taken up their residence in their midst.
.....Father Dale was a man who took a leading part in all public affairs, serving as county commissioner of Fayette, a director of the Whitewater canal, and held other official positions to which he was chosen. He was a Whig, and a member of the Primitive Baptist church; indeed, he was one of the founders of that sect in this locality. He died in Lagro township, October 24, 1854, and his taking off was deeply deplored by the many among whom he had labored. He was thrice married. The first marriage was with Miss Sallie Allen, and one child was born, one of the first settlers in Wabash county. His second union being with Miss Nancy Tyner, a native of Kentucky [more likely South Carolina] and the mother of our subject. Of the eleven offspring who were born to this union the following are yet living, viz.: Emeline, widow of Nathaniel Banister, late of Lafontaine; Hiram; E. O., a retired contractor of Rushville, this state; Lewis, ex-soldier of the Civil war and at present a prosperous farmer of this county; and O. S., who resides in Marion, also a veteran of the Civil war.
.....Honorable Hiram Dale spent the first twenty-six years of his life in his native county, where he received his education and became a benedict [?]. The school was similar in kind to the building in which it was held -- of the most primitive, although in later years he attended a more advanced school. A variety of books made up the texts from which they studied and a more perfect example of growth and improvement in this vicinity can not be obtained than by comparing the present with the past school system. The rude log houses have been replaced by neat, modern frame or brick; the school master has given place to the trim schoolmarm, and instead of slab seats and rude board desks are found the comfortable seat of modern times, while a multiplicity of books furnish suitable lessons for all grades of scholars. In 1853 Mr. Dale brought his family to this county, locating on a fractional quarter west of Lagro, and resided there five years ere he moved to his present farm in 1858. Industry and ambition enabled him not only to improve and clear the land which was his, but to add to his possessions until he now owns one hundred and sixty acres of fertile, productive land. The improvements with which he has beautified his place are of the stable and useful kind and unite in increasing the value of the property. In 1883 he met with a serious loss in the fire which destroyed his residence, but was immediately replaced by one of modern architecture and design which is an ornament to the farm.
.....Mr. Dale was married in 1849 to Miss Catherine Frost, by whom he became the father of eleven children, eight sons and three daughters. Five children remain, viz.: George, who is married and resides in Lagro township, where he is engaged in farming; Laura, a resident of Marion; Elsie, wife of William Ramsey, a successful and well-to-do farmer of Lagro; Lincoln O., a well-known educator residing in California, who was a student in the Terre Haute Normal and a graduate of the State University at Bloomington, and was twice elected county superintendent of schools in Wabash county; Albert, a resident of Wabash, Ind., and a mechanic; and Lillie, who lives with her parents and is a continual comfort to them. Mrs. Dale is a native of Putnam county, N. Y., born April 4, 1829. She was a lass of twelve years when her mother moved to Indiana and located in Fayette county, where she was educated and grew to womanhood. She has been a source of encouragement and strength to the husband with whom she has traveled life's pathway for so many years, and a noble example of a Christian womanhood to the children who have grown up around her. Year followed year in swift succession, each with its sunshine and shadow, until they reached the golden milestone which marked a half century of married life, which was celebrated in 1899 by a happy gathering of children and friends who wished them many happy returns of the day -- their wedding anniversary.
.....Mr. Dale has been has been a prominent figure in the political arena of the county since he was old enough to take an interest in the subject. He was for years a Whig, but when the Republican party became a factor in national affairs he became an advocate of its policy, to which he still adheres. In 1861 he was elected to the office of township assessor and was re-elected for another term so satisfactory was his administration. He is public spirited, and takes an active interest in promoting all public enterprises; and as he had spent some twenty years of his life as a teacher in Fayette and Wabash counties, he took special interest in the cause of education. In 1874 Mr. Dale was elected by the Republicans of Wabash county to represent them in the legislative halls of Indiana, and nobly did he fill the office aand perform the duties devolving upon him. He has frequently represented his party in county, state and congressional conventions, and in 1899 was the oldest delegate attending the county convention. Both he and Mrs. Dale are members of Ross Run Baptist church, of which he is an elder, and they take justified pride in the flourishing condition of the little society.
Source: p. 223 et seq. of Biographical Memoirs of Wabash County, Indiana, published 1901 by B. F. Bowen, Publisher, Chicago
Submitter: Don T. Mitchell, great great great grandson of Stephen Tyner (1811-1880), first cousin of Nancy (Tyner) Dale (1793-1835)
http://www.rootsweb.com/~inwabash/bio/bio_c-f.html

Children of HIRAM DALE and CATHERINE FROST are:
.....i......HERMAN DALE, b. February 15, 1850, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. March 02, 1898.
.....ii......ELSIE DALE, b. Abt. 1852, Indiana; m. WILLIAM B. RAMSEY, September 04, 1873, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......GEORGE DALE, b. Abt. 1854, Indiana; m. AMANDA JACKSON, April 01, 1877, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......HYATT DALE, b. Abt. 1856, Indiana; m. ANNA E. SMITH, December 02, 1876, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......LAURA DALE, b. Abt. 1858, Indiana.
.....vi......LINCOLN O. DALE, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana; m. ELLA E. BRYANT, March 22, 1882, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vii......JOHN DALE, b. January 01, 1862, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana; d. February 25, 1881.
.....viii......ALBERT DALE, b. January 01, 1864, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana; m. CHRISTINA WORLEY, October 28, 1893, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....ix......LILLIAN DALE, b. December 11, 1866, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; m. JOHN S. TYNER; b. November 25, 1858, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....x......CHARLES DALE, b. January 12, 1868, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana; d. February 03, 1877.
.....xi......EDDIE DALE, b. August 04, 1872, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana; d. September 09, 1873.

252. EPHRAIM O. DALE (NANCY TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1829, and died Abt. 1915 in Rush County, Indiana. He married SARAH ANN MOCK September 05, 1854 in Rush County, Indiana.

Notes for EPHRAIM O. DALE:
Census: 1850 Carpenter in Orange Twp., Fayette Co., Indiana (p.266)
Census: 1880 Carpenter in Rushville, Rush Co., Indiana (ED88,p.2)

In 1901, Ephraim Dale was a retired contractor of Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.

Children of EPHRAIM DALE and SARAH MOCK are:
.....i......JOSEPHINE DALE, b. Abt. 1857, Indiana.
.....ii......OLIVER M. DALE, b. Abt. 1868, Indiana.

253. LEWIS DALE (NANCY TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1831 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died Abt. 1919. He married MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX October 12, 1851 in Fayette County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1829 in Michigan.

Child of LEWIS DALE and MARY WILCOX is:
703......i......ALICE LOUISE DALE, b. March 02, 1857, Fayette County, Indiana; d. February 12, 1928, Wabash County, Indiana.

254. OLIVER S. DALE (NANCY TYNER, RICHARD , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1835 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died Aft. 1921 in Marion, Grant County, Indiana?. He married CAROLINE COLE.

Child of OLIVER DALE and CAROLINE COLE is:
.....i......BURNHAVER C. DALE.

255. ELIZABETH TYNER (WILLIAM, Richard, Harris, John Harris, Sarah, Nicholas) was born on 01 Jun 1820. She married THOMAS JOSEPH KEATON on 05 Apr 1838 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA. He was born on 13 Feb 1813. Child of Elizabeth Tyner and Thomas J. Keaton:
…..i…..JAMES MADISON KEATON, b. 28 Aug 1840 Indiana, d. 20 Jun 1917

256. THOMAS JEFFERSON TYNER (WILLIAM, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1822. He married MARGARET JANE COLESCOTT August 28, 1845 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JAMES COLESCOTT and LUCRETIA HARDESTRY. She was born Abt. 1824 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON TYNER:
Census: 1860 Clerk-dry goods in Brookville, Franklin Co., Indiana (p.64+)
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: M653_259; Page: 234; Image: 239.
Thomas J Tyner...38...dry goods store clerk...$150 personal...Germany (error, did a ditto from previous line)
Margaret J Tyner...39...Germany...$3000 real estate
Florence S Tyner...13...OH
James B Tyner...8...IN
Willie C Tyner...4...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...1...IN1870 - Brookville, Franklin, Indiana

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: M593_315; Page: 295; Image: 145.
Thos. J. Tyner...48...postmaster...$3000 real estate, $2100 personal...IN
Margaret J. Tyner...46...IN
Florence B. Tyner...23...OH
James B. Tyner...19...IN...assistant postmaster
William H. Tyner...13...IN

1880 - Brookville, Franklin, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Brookville, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: T9_278; Family History Film: 1254278; Page: 281.3000; Enumeration District: 80; Image: 0223.
Thomas J. Tyner...58...IN, KY, IN...postmaster
Margareth J. Tyner...56...IN, MD, MD
James B. Tyner...28...IN, IN, IN...assistant postmaster
Elisabeth Tyner...21...IN, IN, IN
Thomas W. Colescott ...63...brotherinlaw...physician...MD, MD, MD

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~smith/
Margaret Jane was the daughter of James S. Colescott, Sr. and Lucretia Hardesty who married Jan 19, 1808 in Caroline Co., MD. Margaret and Thomas Tyner had four children, all named in James S. Colescott's will.
"I give grant and bequeath to my grandchildren Florence Tyner, James Tyner, William Tyner and Elizabeth Tyner, children of my daughter Margaret Tyner,----"

http://www.tyner.org/html/history.html
Tyner A Nice Place To Live

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

So, okay, who's this Thomas Tyner? James Noble was a postmaster. However, Thomas Jefferson Tyner, son of William Tyner and Prudence Caldwell, was also a postmaster and the city of Tyner, Marshall County, Indiana was named for him. He had a brother named James Madison Tyner, but no James N. Tyner. Could the article be wrong?

Children of THOMAS TYNER and MARGARET COLESCOTT are:
.....i......FLORENCE TYNER, b. Abt. 1847, Ohio, USA.
.....ii......JAMES B. TYNER, b. Abt. 1849; m. MARGARET BOSSERT, January 17, 1894, Franklin County, Indiana, USA. Census: 1880 Single, ass't. postmaster w/parents in Brookville, Franklin Co., Indiana (ED80,p.35)
704......iii......WILLIAM C. TYNER, b. Abt. 1856, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1859, Indiana, USA.

257. SYDNOR DALE TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 21, 1818 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died September 19, 1902 in Overbrook, Osage, Kansas, USA. He married ELIZA CARVER March 10, 1842 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ELEZAR CARVER and ELIZABETH KELLY. She was born July 01, 1825 in Indiana, USA, and died May 14, 1903 in Osage County, Kansas, USA. Marriage recorded in Fayette Co., IN Book D pg 516; married by Elder Wilson Thompson. Moved the family to IA. in 1867 to farm on the Iowa River near Montour. About 1896, with 2 younger children, moved to Overbrook, Ks. where 2 sons lived.At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone in Overbrook City Cemetery, Overbrook, Osage, Kansas, USA.

1860 census - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Sidney Tyner...42...farmer...$3000 real estate...$1000 personal...IN
Eliza Tyner ...35...IN
Corvin Tyner...15...IN
Carlton Tyner...14...IN
Uriah Tyner...11...IN
Gazella Tyner...6...IN
David Tyner...4...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...2...IN

1870 census - Indian Village Township, Tama, Iowa...3 August 1870
Roll: M593_420; Page: 280; Image: 560.
Sidner D. Tynes, age 62, farmer, IN SC SC
Eliza Tyner , age 54, wife, IN NY NY
Leroy Tyner , age 24, son, teaching, IN IN IN
Emily Tyner , age 19, dau, IN IN IN
Elmer E. Tyner , age 16, son, IN IN IN
Harriet Tyner , age 11, dau, IA IN IN
James C. Tyner , age 10, son, IA IN IN

1880 Indian Village, Tama Co, IA, pg 498 stamped 7, lines 33-45, dwelling 67, family 68:
TYNES,
Sidner D., age 62, farmer, IN SC SC
Eliza, age 54, wife, IN NY NY
Leroy, age 24, son, teaching, IN IN IN
Emily, age 19, dau, IN IN IN
Elmer E., age 16, son, IN IN IN
Harriet, age 11, dau, IA IN IN
James C., age 10, son, IA IN IN

1900 census - Elk, Osage, Kansas--14 June 1900
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Elk, Osage, Kansas; Roll: T623 494; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 116.
Sidney Tyner...82...Mar 1818...IN, SC, SC...owns own home
Eliza Tyner...74...wife...July 18??...IN, NY, NY
Harriet Tyner...30...dau...Sept 1869...Iowa...teacher (school)
Nellie A Long...20...dau...June 1879...Iowa, IL, Iowa

Overbrook City Cemetery - Surnames I-Z - Osage County, Kansas
http://www.interment.net
Elmer Ellsworth Tyner, b. 3 Jun 1863, d. 13 May 1950, age 86 yrs 11 mo 19 days, s/o Sydner & Eliza Carver Tyner, m. 7 Oct 1896 to Julia Lavonna Kinney
Julia Lavona Kinney Tyner, b. 5 Nov 1872, d. 24 Feb 1945, aged 72 yrs 3 mo 19 days, dau of John & Zurilda Sanders Kinney
Infant Tyner, d. 28 Apr 1899, child of E E & Vona Tyner
Marjory Tyner, b. 7 Jan 1910, d. 22 Feb 1910, child of EE & Vona Tyner
Norah A. Tyner, b. 1864, d. 28 Mar 1927, aged 63 yrs 1 mo 12 days
David L. Tyner, b. 1856, d. 1925
Lemuel E. Tyner, b. 15 Mar 1896, d. 20 Mar 1908, s/o D L & N A
Sydner D. Tyner, b. 21 Mar 1818, d. 19 Sep 1902
Eliza Tyner, b. 1 Jul 1825, d. 14 May 1903
Phillip Tyner, 5 Aug 1900
John Tyner, b. (1847?), d. 1925
Moberly, Grady Joe Moberly, b. 16 Aug 1952, d. 14 Jan 1983, s/o David & Betsy Clark Moberly, grands/o Walter T & Aleatha Tyner Clark, greatgrands/o David L & Norah Adamson << Tyner>>
Lorna Tyner Harding, b. 1906, d. no date
'Jack' Charles William Harding, b. 18 Jun 1904, d. 1980, s/o Elmer & Cora Belle Harkins Harding, m. 24

sources include: cbleadly at worldnet.att.net

Children of SYDNOR TYNER and ELIZA CARVER are:
.....i......CORWIN CLAY TYNER, b. October 03, 1843, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. February 13, 1868.
705......ii......CHARLTON ELIJAH TYNER, b. February 17, 1846, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. May 04, 1919, Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa, USA.
706......iii......URIAH HAWKINS TYNER, b. August 02, 1848, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. Los Angeles County, California, USA.
707......iv......ZILLAH TYNER, b. September 14, 1853, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....v......LUONA TYNER, b. Abt. 1854.
.....vi......HARRIET TYNER, b. Abt. 1855.
708......vii......DAVID LEROY TYNER, b. January 29, 1856, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1925.
.....viii......NELLIE TYNER, b. Abt. 1857; m. (1) ? LONG; m. (2) MERTON WALTERS.
708A.....ix......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. March 27, 1858, Wabash County, Indiana.
709......x......EMILY TYNER, b. October 17, 1860, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. September 21, 1941, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA.
710......xi......ELMER ELLSWORTH TYNER, b. June 03, 1863, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. May 13, 1950, Osage County, Kansas, USA.
711......xii......JAMES CLINTON TYNER, b. April 24, 1870, Tama County, Iowa, USA.

258. ELIJAH M. TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 20, 1819 in Indiana, USA and died 6 Aug 1913 Allen County, Indiana. He married (1) AMANDA MCGUFFY October 11, 1849. He married (2) SELINA BRIGMAN May 11, 1852 in Mississippi, USA. She was born Abt. 1834 in Mississippi, USA. Allen County, Indiana Death Index, 1870s-1920s has Eligh M. Tyner, 93, 08/06/1913, Book H-15, page 7. Sources include Don T. Mitchell in World Tree posted at Ancestry.com

Notes for ELIJAH M. TYNER:
Census: 1860 Farmer in Chambers Co. (Wallisville P.O.), Texas (p.61)
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: , Chambers, Texas; Roll: M653_1291; Page: 3; Image: 6.
E M Tyner...40...Indiana...farmer...$200 personal...
Salina Tyner...26...Mississippi,
Rinaldo Tyner...11...Mississippi
Byron Tyner...9...TX
Eloinze Tyner...6...TX
Mary E Tyner...4...TX
John Tyner ...2...TX

1870 Wayne Twp, Huntington Co, IN, pg 242 printed, pg 9 written, 29 Jul 1870, lines 9-16, dwelling 63, family 63:
Elijah Tyner, age 50, works on saw mill, $1500/$2000, b. IN
Mellissa Tyner, age 20, b. OH
Rinalda Tyner, age 20, male, b. MS
Byron Tyner, age 18, b. TX
Elouise Tyner, age 16, b. TX
Mary Tyner, age 14, b. TX
Eugene Tyner, age 9, b. TX
Charles Tyner, age 20, b. IN

1880 Hanging Grove, Jasper Co, IN, pg 285, dwelling 18, family 20
Elijah Tyner, age 61, farming, IN KY SC, widower
Byron Tyner, age 28, son, farming, TX IN MS
Clarence E. Tyner, age 19, son, farming, MS IN MS
Lilly M. Tyner, age 10, dau, IN IN MS
Ina A. Tyner, age 8, dau, IN IN MS

Children of ELIJAH TYNER and SELINA BRIGMAN are:
.....i......RINALDO TYNER, b. Abt. 1849, Mississippi, USA.

Notes for RINALDO TYNER:
1910 - Hamilton Ward 2, Butler, Ohio
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Hamilton Ward 2, Butler, Ohio; Roll: T624_1155; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 164.
Alberta Witte...39...OH, OH, OH
Harry Davies...13...son...OH, OH, OH
S Renaldo Tyner...40...Mississippi, VA, Mississippi...roomer...agent, sewing machine
Alice Ransey...46...servant...OH, OH, OH
.....ii......BYRON TYNER, b. Abt. 1851, Texas, USA.
.....iii......ELOISE TYNER, b. Abt. 1854, Texas, USA; m. ? SHERWOOD.
Notes for ELOISE TYNER:
1910 - Marion Ward 3, Grant, Indiana
Elloise Sherwood...57...Texas, IN, Mississippi...lodging home...5 children, 1 living
E M Tyner...90...IN...father...widowed...IN, KY, SC
Romeo Tyner...52...IN...cousin...widowed...IN, IN, IN...engineer, motor works

1920 - 1920 - Marion Ward 3, Grant, Indiana
Sherwood, Ella...61...widowed...TX, IN, MS
Tiner, Romeo...67...brother-in-law...widowed...IN, IN, NY...fireman, motorworks

1930 - Marion, Grant, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Marion, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 245.0.
Romer Tyner...71...widow...$2500...married 25...IN, IN, US...engineer, water works
Elouise A Sherwood...77...widow...married 19...TX, IN, Mississippi...cousin...

.....iv......MARY E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1856, Texas, USA.
.....v......JOHN TYNER, b. Abt. 1858, Texas, USA.
712......vi......CLARENCE EUGENE TYNER, b. Abt. 1861, Texas, USA.
.....vii......CHARLES TYNER, b. Abt. 1868, Indiana, USA.
713......viii......LILY MAE TYNER, b. May 08, 1870, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......IDA A. TYNER, b. Abt. 1872, Indiana, USA.

259. RICHARD A. TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 13, 1825 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, and died November 12, 1897 in Colorado, USA, buried in the IOOF section of Greenwood Cemetery, Canon City, Fremont, Colorado, USA. He married (1) MARY ?. She was born April 1841 in Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARTHA ANN CASTILINE March 12, 1846 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1824 in New York or Kentucky, USA, and died Abt. 1879 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, buried in Old La Fontaine Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana; see tombstone photo at findagrave.com for Martha A. Tyner.

Notes for RICHARD A. TYNER:
1860 Wabash & Noble Twp, Wabash Co, IN, pg 30 written, 9 Jun 1860, lines 36-39, dwelling 224, family 225:
Richard A. Tyner, age 35, saddler, $600/$300, b. IN
Martha A. Tyner, age 35, housewife, b. NY
John W. Tyner, age 13, b. IN
Romeo Tyner, age 2, b. IN

1870 Liberty Twp, Wabash Co, IN Census, pg 111 printed, pg 37 written, 16 Aug 1870, lines 14-18, dwelling 277, family 266:
Martha Tyner...45...NY...$200 real estate...$100 personal...
John W. Tyner...23...IN...farm hand
Romeo Tyner...12...IN
Monroe Tyner...9...IN
Juliette Tyner...7...IN

1900 - Canon City, Fremont, Colorado
Mary A Tyner...59...Apr 1841...IN, New Hampshire, OH...widow
Maurice Tyner...39...Oct 1860...IN, IN, IN...stepson...harness maker...single

Children of RICHARD TYNER and MARTHA CASTELINE are:
.....i......JOHN WESLEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1846; d. June 1925, Kansas, USA.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY TYNER:
1900 - Elk, Osage, Kansas
Josiah F Emery...45...Iowa...hotel keeper
Delia M Emery...34...Sweden
Ralph B Emery...14...Kansas
William R Emery...6...Kansas
Maud Shafer...22...servant...Kansas...
Jennie Adams...19...servant...Jan 1881...OH
John Tyner...53...IN, IN, NY...servant...W...Jan 1847...looks like horsemaster?

1920 - Elk, Osage, Kansas
Tyner, John...70...IN, IN, NY...single, rents home, can read and write

.....ii......ALICE TYNER, b. Abt. 1848, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......ROMEO TYNER, b. Abt. 1858, Indiana, USA, d. 1933. Burial: La Fontaine IOOF Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana.
Notes for ROMEO TYNER:
1910 - Marion Ward 3, Grant, Indiana
Elloise Sherwood...57...Texas, IN, Mississippi...lodging home
E M Tyner...90...IN...father...widowed...IN, KY, SC
Romeo Tyner...52...IN...cousin...widowed...IN, IN, IN...engineer, motor works

1920 - 1920 - Marion Ward 3, Grant, Indiana
Sherwood, Ella...61...widowed...TX, IN, MS
Tiner, Romeo...67...brother-in-law...widowed...IN, IN, NY...fireman, motorworks

1930 - Marion, Grant, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Marion, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 245.0.
Romer Tyner...71...widow...$2500...married 25...IN, IN, US...engineer, water works
Elouise A Sherwood...77...widow...married 19...TX, IN, Mississippi...cousin...

713A.....iv......MAURICE TYNER, b. October 1860, Indiana, USA; m. EVA LAMBUTH, Abt. 1903; b. Abt. 1876, Kansas, USA. He was buried 4 Feb 1941 in Plot: Section 14, Block 14, Lot 2, Grave 3 of Lakeside Cemetery, Canon City, Fremont, Colorado. She was buried in grave 2 on 7 Dec 1954.
714......v......JULIA E. TYNER, b. May 20, 1863, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. July 23, 1950, LaFontaine, Wabash Co., IN, USA.

260. AMANDA E. TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 15, 1830 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died October 10, 1912 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She married ABRAM H. JOHNSTON April 15, 1857. He was born Abt. 1825 in New York, USA.

Notes for AMANDA E. TYNER:
1860 Connersville Twp, Fayette Co, IN, pg 655, 10 Jul 1860, line 22,dwelling 620, family 614:
A.H. Johnston, age 35, agriculture store, $3500/$300, b. NY
Amanda Johnston, age 30, b. IN
Lizzie Johnston, age 2, b. IN
Annie Johnston, age 2/12, b. IN
Maria Johnston, age 35, -/$800, b. NY
---?---, Chloe, age 15, black, seamstress, b. SC

1870 Liberty Twp, Wabash Co, IN, pg 93, 5 Aug 1870, line 17, dwelling 5,family 5:
JOHNSON,
A.H. Johnson, age 44, farmer, $--/$100, b. NY
Amanda Johnson, age 37, keeping house, b. IN
Lizzie Johnson, age 12, b. IN
Anna Johnson, age 11, b. IN
Frank Johnson, age 8, b. IN
Nettie Johnson, age 6, b. IN
Horace Johnson, age 3, b. IN
Homer Johnson, age 3, b. IN

1880 Liberty, Wabash Co, IN, pg 315 stamped, pg 22 written, ED 187, 11Jun 1880, lines 43-49, dwelling 208, family 211:
Abraham Johnston, age 55, farmer, NY NY NY
Amanda Johnston, age 49, wife, keeping house, IN SC SC
Lizzie Johnston, age 22, dau, teaching school, IN NY IN
Frank Johnston, age 18, son, at home, IN NY IN
Horace Johnston, age 12, son, at home, IN NY IN
Maurice Tyner, age 19, nephew, farm laborer, IN IN IN

1900 Liberty, Wabash Co, IN, pg 107, sheet 16B, ED 118, 1 Jun 1900, lines 90-91, dwelling 374, family 371:
Amanda Johnson, head, b. Feb 1830, age 70, widow, mother of 7, 5 living, IN KY SC
Lizzie Johnson, dau, b. Mar 1858, age 41, single, IN IN IN, elocutionist
[note: a few houses down is Lulu TYNER, age 22, b. Jul 1877, divorced, mother of 2 children both living, IN IN IN -- she is in the hh of Sally NEWELL, listed as her grand-dau]

1910 2-WD La Fontaine, Wabash Co, IN, pg 105, sheet 5A, ED 147, 20 Apr 1910, line 46, dwelling 112, family 116:
Amanda E. Johnston, head, age 80, widow, mother of 7, 5 living, IN SC SC, own income
Lizzie Johnston, dau, age 52, single, IN NY IN, teacher - elocution and literature

Children of AMANDA TYNER and ABRAM JOHNSTON are:
.....i......LIZZIE JOHNSTON, b. March 1858, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......ANNA JOHNSTON, b. Abt. 1860, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......FRANK JOHNSTON, b. Abt. 1862, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......HORACE JOHNSTON, b. Abt. 1868, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.

261. JAMES N. TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 29, 1834 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1920 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. Enlisted a a Sergeant on 16 August 1862 in Company K, 101st Infantry Regiment Indiana at Wabash, Indiana. Mustered out on 24 June 1865 at Louisville, KY. He married ELIZABETH CLUPPER January 21, 1859 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, daughter of CHRISTIAN CLUPPER and MARGARET TEGHTMEYER. She was born September 10, 1839 in Swatara, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, USA, and died January 14, 1913 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES N. TYNER:
James N. Tyner found in:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 435; Image: 437; Family History Library Film: 803304. July 1860.
James Tyner...25...IN...farmer...$1300 real property, $400 personal property
Elizabeth Tyner...21...PA
Geo. W. Tyner...6/12...IN
John Clupper...23...PA...laborer

1870 White River Twp, Gibson Co, IN, pg 377 stamped, 35 written, 7 Sep 1870, line 17-21, dwelling 257, family 258:
James N. Tyner, age 25, sawyer, b. IN
Elizabeth Tyner, age 30, b. PA
Margret Tyner, age 7 b. IN
Mary Tyner, age 4, b. IN
John Tyner, age 1, b. IN

1880 La Fontaine; Liberty, Wabash Co, IN, pg 312 stamped, pg 16 written, lines 39-48, dwelling 136, family 137 [copy hard to read]:
James N. Tyner, age 45, occupation ??, IN SC SC
Elizabeth Tyner, age 44, wife, PA PA PA
Maggie E. Tyner, age 18?, dau, IN IN PA
Mary A. Tyner, age 13, dau, IN IN PA
John M. Tyner, age 11, son, IN IN PA
Henry A. Tyner, age 9, son, IN IN PA
Charles S. Tyner, age 7, son, IN IN PA
Louis Tyner, age 5, son, IN IN PA
Grace B. Tyner, age 1, dau, IN IN PA
Morris Tyner, age 19, nephew, no occupation, IN IN ....

1900 2-WD Wabash, Wabash Co, IN, pg 187, sheet 8B, 123, 6 Jun 1900, lines 70-76, dwelling 191, family 191:
Jas. N. Tyner, head, b. Sep 1835, age 64, married 40 years, IN KY SC, feed store
Elizabeth Tyner, wife, b. Sep 1839, age 60, mother of 9, 8 living, PA PA PA
Charley Tyner, son, b. Jan 1874, age 26, single, IN IN PA, feed store
Lewis Tyner, son, b. Jan 1876, age 24, married [newly], IN IN PA, machinist
Lucil Tyner, dau in law, b. Jul 1878, age 21, IN Germany Germany
Blanche Tyner, dau, b. Nov 1879, age 20, single, IN IN PA
Orville Tyner, son, b. Jun 1881, age 18, single, IN IN PA, feed mill

WABASH PLAIN DEALER, Monday evening, December 13, 1920
JAMES N. TYNER, 85, IS DEAD AT MARION
For Many Years Resident of Wabash, Is Survived By Wabash County Children

.....James N. Tyner, 85, a resident of Wabash County for many years, and a veteran of the Civil War, died Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Russell Badger, of Marion. He suffered a stroke of paralysis about two weeks ago and has been in a serious condition since.
.....The deceased was born in Fayette county, September 29, 1835. He was married to Miss Elizabeth Clupper in 1859, the wife preceding him in death a few years ago. He was a member of the M. E. church and has been a member of the Wabash branch of the I. O. O. F. for the past 36 years.
.....Surviving is one brother, Alex of Dighton, Kansas, and eight children: John of LaFontaine; Henry and Chas. of Wabash; Lewis of Holland, Mich.; Mrs. William T. Howard of Lafontaine; Mrs. Fred Murray of Chicago and Mrs. Russell Badger of Marion.
.....Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon from the Lafontaine Methodist church with Rev. F. E. Fribley in charge. Burial in the I.O.O.F. cemetery. Wabash lodge I.O.O.F. will be in charge of the services.

Sources include Paula Phillips World Tree "Coppack" at ancestry.com and Philip Campbell's WorldTree at ancestry.com

Children of JAMES TYNER and ELIZABETH CLUPPER are:
.....i......GEORGE W. TYNER, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana, USA.
715......ii......MAGGIE E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana.
…..iii…..MARY ELLEN TYNER. She was born 12 July 1866 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died 25 September 1954. Spouse: FREDERICK MURRAY, born 1868 and died January 7, 1936. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone in Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA.
.....iv......JOHN M. TYNER, b. 29 November 1868, Gibson County, Indiana, USA, died February 3, 1937. Buried with wife BERTHA ADDIE WILEY in La Fontaine IOOF Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana; at findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone. She was born August 29, 1868 and died 20 September 1930 Decatur, Adams, Indiana, USA.
716......v......HENRY ALLAN TYNER, b. February 19, 1871, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. February 07, 1950.
717......vi......CHARLES SUMNER TYNER, b. 7 January 1874, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. 29 Sep 1954 Treaty, Wabash, Indiana.
717A.....vii......LEWIS NAPOLEON TYNER, b. 3 January 1876, Wabash County, Indiana, died 29 December 1958.
.....viii......BLANCHE GRACE TYNER, b. 3 November 1878, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; died 22 Oct 1949. She married David Russell Badger, born 21 Jan 1882 and died 15 Mar 1955. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Plot: A L298 G3 in Estates of Serenity, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......ORVILLE ROSCOE TYNER, b. 16 June 1881, died 19 Mar 1961, buried LaFontaine IOOF Cemetery, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. Living with brother Charles in 1940 census

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Orville Roscoe Tyner
DOB 16 June 1881
auto mechanic, Liberty Auto Co.
residence: Jackson, Jackson, Michigan
relative: Mary Tyner, same address
medium height, stout, blue eyes, black hair

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan; Roll: 997; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 738.0; FHL microfilm: 2340732.
Orville Tyner...47...IN, IN, PA...divorced...patient (Michigan Asylum for the Insane, Kalamazoo State Hospital)

262. WILLIAM ALEXANDER TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 12, 1837 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died September 25, 1923. He married INDIANA SAILORS February 17, 1859, daughter of CHARLES SAILORS and ELIZABETH BANISTER. She was born June 16, 1842 in Rush County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM ALEXANDER TYNER:
1870 Liberty Twp, Wabash Co, IN, pg 113 stamped, pg 41 written, 18 Aug 1870, lines 20-27, dwelling 332, family 300 [next door to brother, Theodore]:
William Tyner , age 32, farmer, $3500/$450, b. IN
Indiana Tyner, age 28, b. IN
Julia Tyner, age 9, b. IN
Jennie Tyner, age 7, b. IN
John Tyner, age 4, b. IN
Harry Tyner, age 2, b. IN
Corie Tyner, age 1/12, b. IN
Emma Tyner, age 1, b. IN

Source: 1880 census North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254315; NA Film Number T9-0315; Page Number 248C
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
W. A. Tyner...Self...M...Male...W...42...IN...Farmer...SC...SC
Indiana Tyner...Wife...M...Female...W...38...IN...Farmer...KY...IN
Julia Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...19...IN...Dress Maker...IN...IN
Geneva Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...16...IN...House Work...IN...IN
John Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...14...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Harvey Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...12...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Cora Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...10...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Minnie Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...6...IN......IN...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...2...IN......IN...IN

1900 Wilson Twp, Lane Co, KS, pg 334, sheet 25A, ED 129, 18 & 19 Jun 1900, lines 28-35, dwelling 109, family 110:
William Tyner, head, b. Dec 1837, age 62, married 42 years, IN KY SC, farmer
Indiana Tyner, wife, b. Jun 1842, age 57, mother of 8 children, 6 living, IN KY IN
Jennie Tyner, dau, b. Jan 1864, age 36, single, IN IN IN, school teacher
John Tyner, son, b. Dec 1865, age 34, single, IN IN IN, laborer
Cora Tyner, dau, b. Apr 1870, age 30, single, IN IN IN, school teacher
Minnie Tyner, dau, b. Oct 1874, age 24, single, IN IN IN, school teacher
James Tyner, son, b. Aug 1880, age 19, single, IN IN IN
Lulu Tyner, dau, b. Aug 1887, age 12, KS IN IN, at school

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and INDIANA SAILORS are:
.....i......JULIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1861, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......GENEVA TYNER, b. January 1864, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM H. HARTFORD, July 19, 1888, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......JOHN TYNER, b. December 1865, Indiana, USA.

Any connection?
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gilead&id=I002406
Morrison Cemetery is located in Hart Twp
6 Miles N of Boonville Hwy 61,Turn west at 750 N

Katie M Tyner 11/7/1877 to 10/7/1878
John N Tyner 5/25/1866 to 11/3/1867
(Is that Warrick Co. IN? The page creator couldn't be bothered listing a state...)

718......iv......HARVEY TYNER, b. Abt. 1868, Indiana; d. September 18, 1954.
.....v......EMMA TYNER, b. Abt. 1869.
.....vi......CORA TYNER, b. April 1870, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......MINNIE TYNER, b. 11 October 1875, Indiana, USA; died 30 Sep 1910; married ELMER RILEY 18 Feb 1906. Minnie is buried in Dighton Cemetery, Dighton, Lane, Kansas, USA.
.....viii......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1878, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......JAMES TYNER, b. August 1880, Indiana, USA.
.....x......LULU TYNER, b. August 1887, Indiana, USA.

263. THEODORE G. TYNER (JAMES T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 17, 1841 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died May 17, 1909 in Osage County, Kansas, USA. He married (1) AMANDA L. POLK August 04, 1861. She died 23 Apr 1864 and is buried in Old LaFontaine Cemetery, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana. He married (2) SARAH JANE ELLIS February 26, 1865 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born February 1845 in New Jersey, USA, and died Abt. 1925. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone from Oak Hill Cemetery Quenemo, Osage County, Kansas, section 1, lots A1,2. Tyner, T G, b. 1841, d. 1909 (FAG #8904325) Tyner, Sarah J, b. 1846, d. 1925, wife of T G (FAG #8904327). See findagrave.com for photo of tombstone for Amanda L. Polk, "Age 23 yrs 11 mos 1 days Wife of Theodore" from Old Lafontaine Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. (FAG #35452103).

Notes for THEODORE G. TYNER:
1870 Liberty Twp, Wabash Co, IN, pg 113 stamped, pg 41 written, 18 Aug 1870, lines 17-19, dwelling 331, family 299 [next door to brother, William]:
Theodore Tyner, age 28, farmer, $1600 real/$300 personal, b. IN
Sarah Tyner, age 24, b. NJ
Minnie Tyner, 4 days old, b. IN

1880 Liberty, Wabash Co, IN, pg 321 printed, pg 34 written, 18 Jun 1880, line 36-42, dwelling 323, family 327 (copy very hard to read):
Theodor Tyner, age 39, farmer, b. IN, ...., ....
Sarah J. Tyner, age 37, wife, b. IL, England, ....
William Tyner, age 7, son, b. IN, IN, ....
Charles Tyner, age 5, son, b. IN, ...., .....

1900 Agency Twp, Osage Co, KS, pg 9, sheet 9A, ED 110, 13 Jun 1900, lines 26-29, dwelling 225, family 227
Theodore G. Tyner, head, b. Jun 1841, age 58, married 25 years, IN SC SC, farmer
Sarah J. Tyner, wife, b. Feb 1845, age 54, mother of 9, 4 living, NJ England England
Charles Tyner, son, b. Feb 1874, age 26, single, IN IN NJ, farmer
Hattie Tyner, dau, b. Jul 1882, age 17, single, KS IN NJ

1910 - Agency, Osage, Kansas
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Agency, Osage, Kansas; Roll: T624_451; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 91; Image: 604
Charles Tyner...34...IN, IN, NJ...engineer, threshing machine
Mary Tyner...31...KS, Ireland, Ireland
Charlott Tyner...2...KS, IN, KS
Sarah J Tyner...64...NJ, England, England

Oak Hill Cemetery Quenemo, Osage County, Kansas
Tyner, T G, b. 1841, d. 1909
Tyner, Sarah J, b. 1846, d. 1925, wife of T G

Child of THEODORE TYNER and AMANDA POLK is:
.....i.....ROSAN TYNER, born 19 Mar 1864, died 22 Sep 1868, buried in Old LaFontaine Cemetery, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
Children of THEODORE TYNER and SARAH ELLIS are:
.....i......OVID W. TYNER, b. August 05, 1867, Osage County, Kansas, USA; d. November 05, 1867, Osage County, Kansas, USA.
.....ii......EMMA TYNER, b. September 28, 1868, Osage County, Kansas, USA.
.....iii......MINNIE TYNER, b. May 27, 1870, Osage County, Kansas, USA; d. March 13, 1872, Osage County, Kansas, USA.
719......iv......WILLIAM ERICH TYNER, b. August 07, 1872, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. October 15, 1967, Syracuse, Hamilton, Kansas, USA.
720......v......CHARLES TYNER, b. February 16, 1875, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. January 04, 1962.
720A.....vi......NETTIE PEARL TYNER, b. February 16, 1878, Osage County, Kansas, USA; died 24 Jun 1950..
.....vii......ANNA TYNER, b. March 18, 1880, Osage County, Kansas, USA.
.....viii......LESLIE TYNER, b. October 10, 1884, Osage County, Kansas, USA; d. February 28, 1885, Osage County, Kansas, USA.

264. ELIZA WATTS (MARY T. TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 31, 1824 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, and died September 14, 1886. She married HIRAM H. TYNER September 20, 1849 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1823 in Indiana, USA. WHO WERE HIS PARENTS???

Notes for HIRAM H. TYNER:
Census: 1850 Farmer in Blue River Twp., Hancock Co., Indiana (p .216[AC15])

Census: 1860 Farmer in Center Twp., Hancock Co., Indiana (p.21)
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: M653_263; Page: 589; Image: 590.
Hiram Tyner...37...IN...farmer...$1300 real estate...$500 personal
Eliza Tyner...36...IN
Elbert T Tyner...9...IN
Franklin P Tyner...7...IN
Lewis C Tyner...5...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: T9_282; Family History Film: 1254282; Page: 80.4000; Enumeration District: 193; Image: 0164
7073 Eliza Tyner...56...farmer...IN, IN, IN
Elbert Tyner...29...IN, IN, IN...son
7074...L. C. Tyner...26...IN, IN, IN...son
William Tyner...2...IN, IN, IN...son

Indiana Soldiers
5th Regiment
Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Mexican War
Company D
Source for these records are Indiana in the Mexican War, by Oran Perry, Adjutant General, Indianapolis, 1 Aug 1908. This Company consisted mostly of soldiers from Hancock County, Indiana, called the Hancock B'hoys.
Hiram Tyner
Hancock County. Mustered in 8 Oct 1847, at Madison, Indiana, by Lieutenant Rodman,
mustered out 28 Jul 1848, at Madison, Indiana, by Major H. A. Goff.

Children of ELIZA WATTS and HIRAM TYNER are:
......i......ELBERT T. TYNER, b. 1 Aug 1850 Hancock County, Indiana, USA. An Elbert T. Tyner b. Aug. 1, 1850 d. Dec. 13, 1926 was buried in Hinchman Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Anderson, Madison, Indiana; Roll: 385; Page: 22A; Enumeration District: 0079; FHL microfilm: 1240385.
Elbert T. Tyner...49...Aug 1850...IN, X, X...single...day laborer

1910 - Anderson Ward 1, Madison, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Anderson Ward 1, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T624_365; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 88; Image: 522.
Elbert T Tyner...59...IN, IN, IN...bar tender
Lewis C Tyner...55...IN, IN, IN...clerk, restaurant...brother

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Anderson Ward 1, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T625_448; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 96; Image: 744.
Elbert Tyner...69...IN, IN, IN...rents home...watchman, railroad
Harvey Poor...69...PA, PA, PA...roomer...carpenter, house

.....ii......FRANKLIN P. TYNER, b. Abt. 1852, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. December 23, 1917, Anderson, Indiana, USA.
Notes for FRANKLIN P. TYNER:
Name: Franklin P. Tyner
Marriage Date: 11 Aug 1887
Marriage County: Hancock
Estimated Birth Year: 1852
Age: 35
Gender: Male
Father Name: Hiram
Mother Name: Elvira
Source Title 1: Hancock County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Supplemental Record Marriage Transcript 1
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Health Of
Book: H2
OS Page: 33

Name: Franklin P Tyner
Marriage Date: 9 Oct 1899
Marriage County: Marion
Estimated Birth Year: 1852
Age: 47
Gender: Male
Father Name: Hiran
Mother Name: Watts
Source Title 1: Marion County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Supplemental Record Marriage Transcript 1
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: 6
OS Page: 248

INDIANA DEATHS
Name: Frank P. Tyner
Date: 23 Feb 1917
Location: Anderson
Age: 65 yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Anderson
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book CH-10 on page 23 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

.....iii......LEWIS C. TYNER, b. Abt. 1855, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; m. LOUISE BRISENDINE, December 13, 1874, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
Notes for LEWIS C. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Anderson, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T623 385; Page: 22A; Enumeration District: 79
Lewis C Tyner...46...Sept 1863...IN, IN, IN...boarder...day labor...single
a few doors from:
Elbert Tyner...49...Aug 1860...IN, IN, IN...day labor...single

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Anderson Ward 1, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T625_448; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 96; Image: 747
Lewis Tyner...63...IN, IN, IN...widow...railroad worker

1930 - Anderson, Madison, Indiana
Lewis C Tyner...75...IN, IN, IN...$30...park caretaker

265. JOHN F. WATTS (MARY T. TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 28, 1827 in Blue River Township, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, and died September 08, 1875 in Hancock County, Indiana. He married MARY JANE CATT May 27, 1852 in Hancock County, Indiana, daughter of GEORGE CATT and DIANNA LEWIS. She was born Abt. 1835 in Indiana, and died Abt. 1917 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Children of JOHN WATTS and MARY CATT are:
.....i......CICERO WATTS, b. Abt. 1856, Hancock County, Indiana; m. (1) ANN M. SCHICKEL, December 09, 1878, Hancock County, Indiana; m. (2) CARRIE COPLE, September 24, 1902, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLIAM M. WATTS, b. Abt. 1857, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....iii......MELISSA WATTS, b. Abt. 1859, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....iv......JAMES HERSCHEL WATTS, b. Abt. 1860, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....v......MARY F. WATTS, b. Abt. 1864, Hancock County, Indiana; m. WILSON ROMACK, October 16, 1888, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....vi......WHEELER L. WATTS, b. Abt. 1867, Hancock County, Indiana; m. FANNIE E. BENNETT, October 08, 1892, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....vii......IDA V. WATTS, b. Abt. 1868, Hancock County, Indiana; m. WILLIAM G. POWERS, December 01, 1889, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....viii......IRA WATTS, b. Abt. 1868, Hancock County, Indiana.

266. WILLIAM H. WATTS (MARY T. TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 21, 1829 in Hancock County, Indiana. He married MINERVA J. KIGER September 05, 1850 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Children of WILLIAM WATTS and MINERVA KIGER are:
.....i......AMERICA WATTS, b. Abt. 1852, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....ii......JOHN W. WATTS, b. Abt. 1854, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....iii......MISSOURI WATTS, b. Abt. 1858, Hancock County, Indiana.

267. GEORGE WASHINGTON WATTS (MARY T. TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 06, 1833, and died Abt. 1908. He married MARY ALLEN October 05, 1865 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Child of GEORGE WATTS and MARY ALLEN is:
722......i......DAVID W. WATTS, b. Abt. 1872; d. Abt. 1922.

268. SARAH A. WATTS (MARY T. TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 16, 1838. She married ALBERT KELLY December 31, 1869 in Hancock County, Indiana. He was born October 10, 1840 in Hanover Township, Shelby, Indiana.

Children of SARAH WATTS and ALBERT KELLY are:
.....i......CORA KELLY, b. 1877.
723......ii......ELLA KELLY.
724......iii......MARY ALICE KELLY, b. November 10, 1882; d. August 03, 1971.

269. IRWIN T. DALE (MEHITABEL TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1823 in Indiana, USA. He married MARY POTTER December 16, 1847 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1833 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for IRWIN T. DALE:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana; Roll: M653_263; Page: 293; Image: 294
Irwin T Dale...37...IN...farmer...$3000 real estate...$1000 personal
Mary Dale...27...IN
Oliver Dale...10...IN
Willard Dale...8...IN
Walter D Dale...6...IN
Lorene Dale...2...IN
David Mulnix...30...DEL...laborer

This can't be him; the date of birth is wrong. Could the original record say age 83?:
Name: Irwin T. Dale
Date: 24 Dec 1907
Location: Noblesville
Age: 63 yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Noblesville
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book CH-3 on page 1 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration

Children of IRWIN DALE and MARY POTTER are:
.....i......OLIVER R. DALE, b. Abt. 1850, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLARD DALE, b. Abt. 1854, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.

Notes for WILLARD DALE:

Name: Willard Dale
Home in 1920: St Louis Ward 6, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri
Age: 68 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852
Birthplace: Indiana
Relation to Head of House: Roomer
Father's Birth Place: Indiana
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Sex: Male
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 143
.....iii......WALTER D. DALE, b. Abt. 1856, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....iv......LORENE DALE, b. Abt. 1858, Noblesville Township, Hamilton County, Indiana.

270. MARTHA ANN DALE (MEHITABEL TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 24, 1824 in Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana, USA, and died October 24, 1890 in Antioch, Huntington, Indiana, USA. She married FREDERICK MORTIMER COLE October 08, 1843 in Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana, USA, son of ABEL COLE and REBECCA BURNHAM. He was born August 02, 1818 in Rodman, Jefferson, New York, USA, and died March 20, 1903 in Andrews, Huntington, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MARTHA ANN DALE:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana; Roll: M653_263; Page: 242; Image: 243.
Fredrick M Cole...41...NY...druggist...$5000 real estate...$500 personal
Martha Cole...36...IN
Viola Cole...14...IN
Scott Cole...12...IN
Ida Cole...8...IN
Clark Cole...5...IN
Willie Cole...2...IN

1870 - Antioch, Huntington, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Antioch, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: M593_325; Page: 20; Image: 42.
F M Cole...51...NY...$200 personal...works in basket factory
Martha H Cole...46...IN...$700 real estate
Ida Cole...19...IN...attending school
Clark Cole...15...IN...basket factory
Willie Cole...12...IN
Lula Cole...7...IN

1900 - Dallas, Huntington, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Dallas, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: T623 378; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 75.
William D Cole...42...Jan 1858... IN, NY, IN...druggist
Emma Cole...35...Dec 1864...IN, OH, IN
Anna D Cole...16...Jan 1884...IN, IN, IN
Archie E Cole...12...Nov 1887...IN, IN, IN
Fred M Cole...82...Aug 1817...NY, NY, NY...widowed...father...notary public

Children of MARTHA DALE and FREDERICK COLE are:
.....i......CLINTON COLE, b. July 25, 1844, Indiana, USA; d. October 02, 1844, Indiana, USA.
725......ii......VIOLA COLE, b. October 29, 1845, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
726......iii......SCOTT COLE, b. December 27, 1847, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......LENA COLE, b. March 20, 1850.
727......v......LOUISA BRYAN COLE, b. November 05, 1851, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......IDA COLE, b. Abt. 1852, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......CLARK COLE, b. January 02, 1855, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; d. October 28, 1900; m. MIRA JAMES, February 15, 1877.
.....viii......WILLIAM D. COLE, b. January 10, 1858, Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......LUCY MAY COLE, b. May 08, 1863, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana, USA; m. ABRAM J. BOUGHTON, April 02, 1885.

271. MATILDA DALE (MEHITABEL TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1826 in Indiana, USA. She married CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS NEWCOMER September 14, 1845 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA, son of CHRISTIAN NEWCOMER. He was born Abt. 1819 in Pennsylvania, USA, and died Abt. 1875 in Hamilton, Decatur, Iowa, USA.

Notes for MATILDA DALE:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Washington, Hamilton, Indiana; Roll: M432_148; Page: 22; Image: 366
Christopher Newcomer...38...PA...farmer...$1000
Matilda Newcomer...24...IN
Zachariah Taylor Newcomer...3...IN
Elizabeth H Newcomer...2
Rebecca Hartman...11
Hayden R Newcomer....3/12
next door to Christian Newcomer family (age 58)

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Hamilton, Decatur, Iowa; Roll: M653_318; Page: 107; Image: 108.
Christopher C Newcomer...42...PA...farmer...$1200 property...$600 personal
Matilda Newcomer...34...IN
Zachary Newcomer...13...IN
Elizabeth Newcomer...12...IN
Dillard Newcomer...6...IN
Clara A Newcomer...4...Iowa
Emily R Newcomer...2...Iowa

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Hamilton, Decatur, Iowa; Roll: T9_336; Family History Film: 1254336; Page: 322.1000; Enumeration District: 62; Image: 0425
Matilda Newcomer...54...IN, KY, KY...widow
Louisa Newcomer...14...IA, PA, IN...dau
Franklin Newcomer...11...IA, PA, IN...son

Children of MATILDA DALE and CHRISTOPHER NEWCOMER are:
728......i......ZACHARIAH TAYLOR NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1847, Indiana.
.....ii......ELIZABETH H. NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1848, Indiana.
.....iii......HAYDON R. NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1850, Washington Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....iv......DILLARD NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1854.
.....v......CLARA A. NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1856, Iowa, USA.
.....vi......EMILY R. NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1858, Iowa, USA.
.....vii......LOUISA NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1866, Decatur County, Iowa, USA.
.....viii......FRANKLIN NEWCOMER, b. Abt. 1869, Decatur County, Iowa, USA.

272. ELIZABETH DALE (MEHITABEL TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 17 February 1828 in Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA, and died there 22 FEB 1915. She married JOSEPH WINSHIP ROSS June 01, 1845 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA, son of JAMES ROSS and ELIZABETH WINSHIP. He was born August 19, 1821 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died June 10, 1899.

Children of ELIZABETH DALE and JOSEPH ROSS are:
.....i......HENRY JASPER ROSS, b. October 21, 1845, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLIAM JAMES ROSS, b. November 09, 1847, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....iii......HARRIET DALE ROSS, b. October 22, 1849.
.....iv......MARY ELLEN ROSS, b. July 10, 1851, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....v......ELLA ROSS, b. January 24, 1853, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....vi......LAURA B. ROSS, b. February 12, 1855, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....vii......JEANETTE ROSS, b. March 10, 1857, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....viii......MAY ROSS, b. January 15, 1859, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....ix......FRANKLIN ROSS, b. September 12, 1863, Noblesville Township, Hamilton, Indiana.

273. WILLIAM WASHINGTON TYNER (THOMAS T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 06, 1827 in Indiana, USA and died 13 Sept 1910. He married SARAH ANN FLEMING September 01, 1862 in Kankakee County, Illinois, USA. She was born January 1840 in New York, USA and died 14 June 1928. In the 1920 census she was living with son Richard and his family. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone for William W. Tyner in Plot: G 15 SE 1 of Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, Yakima, Washington, USA. See tombstone of Sarah A. Tyner in Plot: G 15 SE 2.

Notes for WILLIAM WASHINGTON TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Center, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: M593_342; Page: 51; Image: 102.
William Tyner...43...painter...IN
Sarah Tyner...30...keeping house...NY
Estella Tyner...8...IN
Thomas Tyner...3...IN
Richard Tyner...2...IN
Louisa Tyner...7/12...IN

1900 - Dunham, McHenry, Illinois
William W Tyner...73...May 1827...IN, KY, OH...painter
Sarah A Tyner...60...Jan 1840...NY, NY, NY
Richard P Tyner...32...Jan 1868...son...IN...painter
Sarah J Tyner...23...dau-in-law...Vermont
Florence M Tyner...1...granddau...June 1898...Illinois
William C Tyner...17...Feb 1880...son...Illinois...at school

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Seattle Ward 14, King, Washington; Roll: T624_1661; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 216; Image: 860.
William W Tyner...82...IN, IN, NY...married 48 yrs.
Sarah A Tyner...70...NY...
Louise Senull...40...IN...dau
Earl W Senull...14...IL...grandson

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and SARAH FLEMING are:
.....i......ESTELLA TYNER, b. Abt. 1862.
728A.....ii......THOMAS TYNER, b. Abt. 1867.

Notes for THOMAS TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Harvard Ward 2, McHenry, Illinois; Roll: T624_304; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 126; Image: 574.
Thomas F Tyner...43...IN, IN, France...married 19...carpenter, railroad
Mary Tyner...39...7 children, 5 living...married 19...England, England, England...1889
Clarence Tyner...16...IL, IN, England...laborer, creamery
Arthur Tyner...13...IL, IN, England
Marie Tyner...11...IL, IN, England
Patricia Tyner...5...IL, IN, England
Clara Tyner...2...IL, IN, England

Is this the Thomas Fleming Tyner who died in San Diego Co. California?

728B.....iii......RICHARD B. TYNER, b. January 1868, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......LOUISE TYNER, b. Abt. 1870, Indiana, USA.
.....v......WILLIAM TYNER, b. February 1880, Indiana, USA.

274. FRANCIS MARION TYNER (THOMAS T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 29, 1829 in Polk Township, Shelby, Marshall, Indiana, USA, and died February 22, 1877 in Tyner, Marshall, Indiana, USA. He married CATHERINE LEEK FIFE August 22, 1862 in Marshall County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM FIFE and MARY THOMAS. She was born December 16, 1838, and died November 14, 1884.

Notes for FRANCIS MARION TYNER:
John Wesley Haines. A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey since 1682. Carr Publishing, Inc, Boyce, VA, 1961. p 172.
Served in the Civil War as Captain with the Indiana Volunteer 155th Infantry; he was on duty in 1865.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmarsha/1888/t.htm
TYNER, Francis M. ...FIFE, Catharine G. ...22 Aug 1862 ...B... 21
TYNER, James M. C. ..TROWBRIDGE, Harriet F. ...24 Jun 1873... C... 478
TYNER, Richard H. H. ...HOLLIDAY, Mary R. ...26 Sep 1871... C... 285

Original data: Record of Appointment of Postmasters, 1832-1971. NARA Microfilm Publication, M841, 145 rolls. Records of the Post Office Department, Record Group Number 28. Washington, D.C.: National Archives.
Name: Francis M Tyner
Post Office Location: Tyner City, Marshall, Indiana
Appointment Date: 4 May 1864
Volume #: 25A
Volume Year Range: 1857-1873

National Park Service. U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Name: Francis M. Tyner
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Indiana
Regiment: 155th Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Company: H
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Captain
Film Number: M540 roll 79

: Enlisted in Company H, Indiana 155th Infantry Regiment on 14 Mar 1865.Mustered out on 04 Aug 1865 at Dover, DE.Promoted to Full Captain on 12 Apr 1865.

1880 Census Place: Salem, Columbiana, Ohio
Source: FHL Film 1255002 National Archives Film T9-1002 Page 550B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Catherine Tyner... Self... F ...W ...W ...41 ...PA... Occ: Keeping House... Fa: PA... Mo: PA
Frank R. Tyner... Son ...M ...S... W... 17... IN ...Occ: Telegraph Operator ...Fa: IN... Mo: PA
James T. Tyner... Son... M ...S ...W ...14 ...IN ...Occ: At School... Fa: IN... Mo: PA
Belle E. Tyner... Dau... F... S... W... 12... IN... Occ: At School ...Fa: IN... Mo: PA
Minnie Tyner... Dau ...F... S... W... 10... IN ...Occ: At School ...Fa: IN... Mo: PA
Fannie M. Tyner... Dau... F... S ...W... 8... MI... Occ: At School... Fa: IN... Mo: PA
Harry Tyner... Son... M... S... W... 5... MI... Fa: IN... Mo: PA

Children of FRANCIS TYNER and CATHERINE FIFE are:
.....i......RICHARD FRANCIS TYNER, b. June 09, 1863, Indiana, USA. Is he the divorced Richard F. Tyner in the 1920 Spokane, Spokane, Washington census, 56, IN, IN, PA, a miner in a rooming house?
.....ii......JAMES COLFAX TYNER, b. January 20, 1865, Indiana, USA; d. December 06, 1920, Newark, Licking, Ohio, USA; m. ANNA M. ?; b. 1869, Pennsylvania, USA.

Notes for JAMES COLFAX TYNER:
1900 - Monongahela, Washington, Pennsylvania
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Monongahela, Washington, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1494; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 156.
James C Tyner...36...Jan 1864...IN, IN, IN...married 9 years...stove molder
Annie M Tyner...32...Oct 1867...PA, Germany, Germany

1910 - Newark Ward 3, Licking, Ohio
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Newark Ward 3, Licking, Ohio; Roll: T624_1204; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 85; Image: 353.
James C Tyner...46...MI, MI, MI...molder, stove works
Anna M Tyner...41...PA, Germany, Germany...0 children, 0 living

1920 - Newark Ward 4, Licking, Ohio
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Newark Ward 4, Licking, Ohio; Roll: T625_1404; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 159; Image: 955
James C Tyrer...55...IN, US, PA...rents...reads/writes...
Anna M Tyrer...50...PA, Germany, Germany

OHIO DEATHS
James C. Tyner
Death Date: 7 Dec 1920
County of Death: Licking

729......iii......LIZZIE BELLE TYNER, b. October 31, 1866, Indiana, USA; d. April 18, 1916, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
.....iv......MINNIE EVA TYNER, b. February 06, 1869, Indiana, USA.
730......v......FANNIE MAE TYNER, b. May 12, 1871, Acme, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA.
.....vi......MARY C. TYNER, b. Abt. 1873, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, USA; d. February 28, 1955, Columbiana County, Ohio, USA.
731......vii......HARRY THOMAS TYNER, b. April 19, 1875, Yuba County, Michigan, USA; d. January 02, 1953, Houston, Harris, Texas, USA.

275. ELIZABETH CLEMENTINE TYNER (THOMAS T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 25, 1835 in Indiana, USA. She married ? PARKER.

Notes for ELIZABETH CLEMENTINE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Polk, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: M593_342; Page: 166; Image: 332.
Elizabeth Parker...35...householder...$500 real estate...$100 personal property
Ida A Parker...16...OH
Florence E Parker...13...IL
Lizzie M Parker...7...IN
Mary E Parker...4...IN
Thomas H Parker...1...IN

Census: 1880 Widow, dressmaker in Plymouth, Marshall Co., Indiana (ED105,p.12)

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Kankakee Ward 2, Kankakee, Illinois; Roll: T623 312; Page: 9B; .
Elizabeth C Parker...65...Mar 1833...IN, NC, OH...widowed...5 children, 4 living
Florence C Parker...43...Dec 1856...IL, IN, IN...saleslady, goods
Marietta Parker...34...May 1866...IN, IN, IN...dressmaker

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Kankakee Ward 2, Kankakee, Illinois; Roll: T624_298; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 107; Image: 482.
Elizabeth Parks...75...IN, IN, IN...widowed
Florence Parks...50...IL, IL, IL...single...clerk in store
Mary Parks...43...IN, IN, IN...married 19...nurse in family

Children of ELIZABETH TYNER and ? PARKER are:
.....i......IDA PARKER, b. Abt. 1852, Ohio.
.....ii......FLORENCE C. PARKER, b. December 1856, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......LIZ PARKER, b. Abt. 1863, Indiana.
.....iv......MARIETTA PARKER, b. May 1866, Indiana.
.....v......THOMAS HARRY PARKER, b. Abt. 1869, Indiana, USA.

276. RICHARD HENRY HARRISON TYNER (THOMAS T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 22, 1840 in Indiana, USA and died 31 Dec 1937. He married MARY RACHEL HALLIDAY September 26, 1871 in Marshall County, Indiana, USA. She was born 03 Sep 1854 in Gustavus, Trumbull, Ohio, USA and died Dec 1932 in New Castle, Henry, Indiana, USA.

Notes for RICHARD HENRY HARRISON TYNER:
9th Infantry Regiment, Indiana Volunteers
Company D
First Lieutenant
Tyner, Richard H. H., Marshall County. Knightstown after the Civil War. Mustered in December 4, 1864. Mustered out September 28, 1865.
Source: Hazzard's history of Henry County, Indiana : 1822- 1906, Author: Hazzard, George, Date of Publication: 1906

Census: 1880... Lancaster, Jefferson, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254287; NA Film Number T9-0287 ; Page Number 30C
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Richard H. Tyner...Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 39... IN... Farmer ... KY ... OH
Mary R. Tyner...Wife...M ...Female... W... 26 ...OH...Keeping House... PA ... PA
Grace E. Tyner...Dau S Female...W...8 ...IN...At School .. IN .. OH
Mary L. Tyner...Dau S Female...W...4...IN...IN ...OH
James T. Tyner... Son...S ...Male... W...2 ... IN ...IN...OH
Minnie Martin...Other...S ...Female ...W...23... IN ...Servant-Housekeeper... IN ... IN
Edan Otto...Other S Male W 20 PA Farm Hand ... HANOVER ... HESSE
William Floyd...Other ... S...Male ...W ... 20 ...KY...Farm Hand... KY... KY
Thomas Tyner...Other...W...Male...W...80...KY...Farmer...SC...SC

1910 - Knightstown Ward 2, Henry, Indiana
Richard Tyner...69...IN, SC, VA
Mary Tyner...56...OH, PA, PA
Grace E Tyner...37...IN

1920 - New Castle Ward 6, Henry, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: New Castle Ward 6, Henry, Indiana; Roll: T625_437; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 71; Image: 969.
Richard H Tyner...79...rents home...can read and write...IN, KY, OH
Mary R Tyner ...63...OH, PA, PA
Mary L Tyner ...42...IN...foreman

http://www.findagrave.com site for Richard Henry Harrison Tyner says:
"Their Golden Wedding anniversary in 1921 was a big affair attended by 300 friends and political organizations including representatives of the G.A.R., Women's Relief Corps, War Mother's, Ladies of the G.A.R., and the Excell Sunday school class of the M.E. church and local businessmen. "

findagrave.com site for Mary Rachel Halliday Tyner says:
Mary and Richard made a home for Fannie and Harry Tyner. Their father was Richard's brother and their mother was Mary's mother (Lydia Haines) sister
Presumably their parents were Catherine Leek Fife and Francis Marion Tyner, who lived in Michigan. But Fannie and Harry don't appear in any census with this couple.

CAMBRIDGE CITY TRIBUNE, December 1, 1932
…..Mrs. Mary Rachel Tyner, age 78 years, wife of Capt. R. H. H. Tyner, former state commander of the G.A.R., died Saturday morning at her home in New Castle. She has been in failing health for the past two years.
…..Mrs. Tyner was born in Salem, Ohio and she and her family were residents of Cambridge City for many years prior to their moving to New Castle some 20 years ago. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, W.R.C. and the Pythian Sisters.
…..Beside her husband, who celebrated his ninety-second birth anniversary, Nov. 15th, she leaves one daughter, Mary Tyner of New Castel; one son James T. of Indiana and three grandchildren.
…..Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the residence in New Castle with burial at Cambridge City Riverside Cemetery.

CAMBRIDGE CITY TRIBUNE, January 1937
…..Just a few short hours before the dawn of the new year, just a few years years short of a century of life, Capt. Richard H. Tyner died last Friday night at his home on S. Fifteenth street, New Castle. He had been ill since December 23 with pneumonia.
…..His death occurred at 10:30 p.m., and with him were his daughter, Mary Tyner, New Castle merchant; his son James Tyner of Indianapolis and a niece Fannie Brown of Pittsburg. Three grandchildren, Richard, Mary Zell and Maizie Ruth Tyner live in Indianapolis. …..In November this past year, he passed his ninety-seventh birthday, and was in apparent good health. With his health he retained a clear memory and metal vigor that belied his age.
…..Richard Henry Harrison Tyner was born in Cambridge City, Noveber 22, 1840, the son of Thomas and Ezylphia Tyner. Later the family moved to Tyner City, Marshall County, and here Richard grew to manhood.
…..He enlisted in the Union army as a private in the 9th Indiana Infantry, D company, at the outbreak of the Civil War in September, 1861. He was promoted from the ranks to corporal, sergeant, first sergeant, and finally to first lieutenant. He was mustered out of the service at the close of the war in September, 1865, after four years and three months of service.
…..The Ninth regiment was originally mustered into service in Indianapolis, April 25, 1861, for three months, and was the first regiment to leave for West Virginia, where it remained until mustered out late in July, 1861.
…..The regiment was reorganized for the three years service and mustered in at Laporte, September 5, 1861. It was sent to West Virginia and remained at Cheat Mountain Summit until January 1862. The regiment was in the thick of the action practically all of the length of the war, taking an active part in the engagements at Breen Briar, W. Va.; Camp Allegheny, W. Va., Shiloh, Tenn; Siege of Corinth,Miss.; Perryville, Ky.; Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Chicamauga, Ga., Siege of Atlanta, Ga.; Hood's first, second and third sortie at Atlanta, and numerous others.
…..Captain Tyner came to Cambridge City after the close of the war, spent some time in Knightstown and moved to New Castle in 1912, residing there continuously since that time. He has been extremely active in the affairs of the G.A.R. and kindred patriotic organizations. …..Perhaps the greatest interest in the life of the New Castle veteran in recent years was looking forward to the encampment of the Grand Army, when he renewed comnradeships made during the civil strife, or in the intervening years in his service for the veterans organization. Capt. Tyner was at one time state commander of the G.A.R. and was well known in its circles over the state.
…..He was a member of the First Methodist chuch. Children of RICHARD TYNER and MARY HALLIDAY are:
.....i......GRACE E. TYNER, b. 28 Jan 1873 and died Aug 1928. Her occupation was milliner and she married late in life to Samuel H. McGuffin, a widower who had been married twice before. They had no children. She shares a tombstone with her sister Mary L. Tyner in Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge City, Wayne, Indiana.

CAMBRIDGE CITY TRIBUNE, August 15, 1929
…..Mrs. Grace Tyner McGuffin age 56, died at the home of her parents in New Castle early Tuesday morning following a serious illness of several weeks.
…..She is survived by her parents, one sister, Mary Tyner, one brother James Tyner and nieces Mary Zell and Maizie Ruth Tyner, and a nephew Richard Tyner, of Indianapolis.
…..She was born in Cambridge City and was a long time resident of this city.
…..Funeral services will be conducted at the home of her parents at two o'clock this Thursday afternoonb and burial in Riverside Cemetery at Cambridge City.
.....ii......MARY L. TYNER, b. 28 Apr 1876, d. 04 Sep 1958. Shares a tombstone with Grace E. in Riverside Cemetery. Posted on Mary L. "Mame" Tyner page of findagrave.com: "She worked for Kahn-Heller in Cambridge before the family moved to New Castle. She never married and lived with her parents."
.....iii......JAMES T. TYNER, b. 20 March 1878 Lancaster, Jefferson, Indiana. He was married to EUNICE MAIZE, born abt. 1891 Missouri, and to MABEL STONEBRAKER.

277. THOMAS CLAY TYNER (THOMAS T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 12, 1843 in Indiana, USA. He married KIZIA M. MERRITT. She was born Abt. 1845 in Edwardsburg, Cass, Michigan, USA. Per findagrave.com (which also has photo of their shared tombstone in Plot: Sec. 3 Lot 2 #4 of Hill Cemetery, Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan, USA): .....Thomas C Tyner was one of nine children born to Thomas T. and Ezilpha (Caldwell) Tyner of Cambridge City, Indiana in 1843. His siblings were: William, Francis, Ellza, Ezilpha, Richard, Marietta and James. .....He was a veteran of the Civil War and former county treasurer of Van Buren. His father, Thomas T. Tyner, was the founder of Tyner City, Indiana. .....Thomas married Keziah M. Merritt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Merritt of Edwardsburg, Michigan, on 12 October 1865, in Ontwa Township, Cass, Michigan. They had 4 daughters: Mrs. Hope E. Butcher, of Dalles, Ore., Mrs. Ethel K. Barton of Lansing, Mrs. Mae E. MacKellar of Pasadena, Calif., and Mrs. Florence L. Long of Hartford.(daughter info provided by Sandy Vandertol)

Notes for THOMAS CLAY TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Polk, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: M593_342; Page: 166; Image: 332.
Thomas C. Tyner...26...IN...laborer
Kizia Tyner...25...MI
Hope E. Tyner...2...IN
Florence L. Tyner...4/12...IN

1880...Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254608; NA Film Number T9-0608; Page Number 503D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas Tyner... Self... M...Male...W...36...IN...Farmer...KY...OH
Kezia Tyner... Wife...M... Female W ... 36...MI ... Keeping House ... NJ... NJ
E. Hope Tyner... Dau ... S... Female...W...12...IN... IN ... MI
L. Flerenes Tyner...Dau ...S... Female... W...10... IN...IN...MI
K. Ethel Tyner...Dau... S ... Female...W...4... IN...IN... MI
Kezia Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...1M... MI ...IN ... MI

1900 - Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan; Roll: T623 745; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 147.
Thomas C Tyner...57...Oct 1842...IN, KY, OH...farmer
Kizia Tyner...56...Oct 1843...MI, NJ, NJ
Phillip E Lean...4...grandson...Oct 1895...MI, MI, IN

1910 - Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan; Roll: T624_677; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 166; Image: 117.
Thomas C Tyner...66...IN, KY, OH
Keziah M Tyner...65...MI, NJ, NJ...5 kids, 4 living
Easter Morrett...88...NJ, NJ, NJ...mother-in-law...6 kids, 5 living

1920 - Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan; Roll: T625_799; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 196; Image: 411.
Thomas Tyner...76...IN, KY, OH...owns home, reads/writes...
Keziah Tyner...75...MI, NJ, NJ

Children of THOMAS TYNER and KIZIA MORRETT are:
.....i......HOPE E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1868, Indiana, USA.
731B.....ii......FLORENCE L. TYNER, b. Abt. 1870, d. 1951. Spouse: ELDON LONG.
.....iii......ETHEL K. TYNER, b. Abt. 1876, Indiana, USA, died 04 Jan 1955. Spouse: ALMOND BARTON, b. 1871, d. 20 Dec 1958. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone in Sec 3 Lot 2 #5 of Hill Cemetery, Lawrence, Van Buren, Michigan, USA.

278. MARIETTA CAROLINE TYNER (THOMAS T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 06, 1846 in Indiana. She married FRANK TAYLOR November 22, 1868 in Marshall County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1841 in England.

Child of MARIETTA TYNER and FRANK TAYLOR is:
.....i......BOBBIE TAYLOR, b. Abt. 1870, Marshall County, Indiana.

279. JAMES MADISON TYNER (THOMAS T. , RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 01, 1849 in Indiana, USA. He married HARRIET TROWBRIDGE June 24, 1873 in Marshall County, Indiana, USA. She was born December 1848 in Indiana, USA. He d. 13 Apr 1918 Ohio and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge City, Wayne, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES MADISON TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T9_199; Family History Film: 1254199; Page: 285.2000; Enumeration District: 184; Image: 0054.
James Tyner...30...IN, IN, IN...postal clerk...KY
Hattie Tyner...30

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Chicago Ward 23, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T623 273; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 705.
James M Tyner...50...July 1849...IN, KY, KY...machinist
Harriet F Tyner...51...Dec 1848...IN, NJ, VA
William J Tyner...19...Feb 1881...IL, IN, IN...son...at school
Frank R Brown...39...Aug 1860...WI, WI, WI...lodger...printer/compositor

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Polk, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: T624_370; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 111; Image: 378.
James M Tyner...59...IN, Unk, Unk...widowed...house painter
William J Tyner...29...IL, IN, IN...single...none

Child of JAMES TYNER and HARRIET TROWBRIDGE is:
.....i......WILLIAM J. TYNER, b. February 1881, Illinois, USA.

280. JAMES MADISON CALDWELL (ELIZABETH T. TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Sept 21, 1835 in Indiana and died Dec. 29, 1894. He married ELIZA JANE ?. She was born 20 Nov 1843 in Indiana and died 29 Jul 1930 At findagrave.com see photos of their tombstones in Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES MADISON CALDWELL:
Source: Don T. Mitchell's "Ancestors & Relatives of Louis Eck MITCHELL" at WorldTree at Ancestry.com

Children of JAMES CALDWELL and ELIZA ? are:
.....i......WILLIAM VINCENT CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1869.
.....ii......ERNEST CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1871.
.....iii......DAISY CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1873.
.....iv......CHARLES CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1876.
.....v......ELEANORA CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1879.

281. ELIZA FOSTER (ABARILLA TYNER, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1830 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. She married WESLEY ADDISON September 18, 1851 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1831 in Indiana, USA.

Children of ELIZA FOSTER and WESLEY ADDISON are:
.....i......AMANDA ADDISON, b. Abt. 1852, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....ii......ALBERT ADDISON, b. Abt. 1854, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....iii......FRANK ADDISON, b. Abt. 1860.

282. GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER (HARRISON, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1833 in LaPorte County, Indiana, USA, and died October 03, 1863 in Pocahantas, (Coffee? McNairy?), Tennessee, USA. He married MARY E. RINEHART November 09, 1854 in Bureau County, Illinois, USA. She was born April 1837 in Pennsylvania, USA, and died February 10, 1906 in Mason, Effingham County, Illinois, USA.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER:
George W. Tyner died in the Civil War in Co. F, 57th Illinois Infantry (of Tiskilwa, Bureau Co., Illinois)

allaroundus family tree at ancestry.com says he remarried to Mary Frances Bartlett and raised a large family in Henry County, Iowa; he's confused another George Washington Tyner with this one.

Children of GEORGE TYNER and MARY RINEHART are:
732......i......ADELLA ANN TYNER, b. September 16, 1855, Illinois, USA; d. June 27, 1943, Denver, Colorado, USA.
.....ii......MARY TYNER, b. Abt. 1859.

283. DAVID LOUIS TYNER (HARRISON, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 1836 in La Porte County, Indiana, USA, and died June 30, 1909 in Mason, Effingham County, Illinois, USA. He married MAHALA DASHILL. She was born June 1839 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for DAVID LOUIS TYNER:
1880 census...Mason, Effingham, Illinois ...Family History Library Film 1254205; NA Film Number T9-0205; Page Number 456D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
David L. Tyner...Self ...M...Male...W...43...IN...Carpenter...IN...IN
Mahala Tyner...Wife... M...Female ...W...39...N... Keeping House ...IN...IN
Ada Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...21...IL...IN...IN
Minnie Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...19...IL...IN...IN
Jennie Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...17...IL...IN...IN
Willie Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...15...IL...IN...IN
Nellie Tyner...Dau ...S...Female...W...12...IL...IN...IN
Charles Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...9...IL.....IN...IN

The 1910 census lists "Mahaley", wife of David, as a 69-year old widow. She appears in 1920 in the same town (Mason, Effingham Co., Illinois) as a 79-year old widow (female) with the name "David L. Tyner".

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Mason, Effingham, Illinois; Roll: T624_286; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 42; Image: 336
Mahaley Tyner...69...IN, OH, IN...7 kids, 7 living...
Adah Tyner...50...IL, IN, IN...divorced...0 kids
Minnie Tyner...48...IL, IN, IN
William L Tyner...44...IL, IN, IN...widowed...merchant
Max D Tyner...9...IL, IL, IN...grandson

Children of DAVID TYNER and MAHALA DASHILL are:
.....i......ADA A. TYNER, b. January 1859; d. Abt. 1930, Alton, Madison County, Illinois, USA; m. ? HILDEBRAND, February 07, 1907, Effingham County, Illinois, USA.
.....ii......MINNIE TYNER, b. August 1861, Illinois, USA; d. Abt. 1930, Mattoon, Coles, Illinois, USA.
.....iii......JENNIE TYNER, b. July 1864, Mason, Effingham, Illinois, USA; d. Abt. 1930, Effingham County, Illinois, USA; m. ? BOSTIC; d. Abt. 1920, Effingham County, Illinois, USA.
733......iv......WILLIAM L. TYNER, b. Abt. 1866, Illinois, USA; d. Abt. 1930, Mason, Effingham, Illinois, USA.
734......v......NELLIE TYNER, b. Abt. 1868, Illinois.
.....vi......CHARLES M. TYNER, b. December 1870, Illinois, USA; m. AGNES ?; b. January 1869, Indiana, USA.

Notes for CHARLES M. TYNER:
1900 - Chicago Ward 34, Cook, Illinois
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Chicago Ward 34, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T623 289; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 1087
Charles M Tyner...29...Dec 1870...IL, IL, IL...married 6 yrs ...telegraph operator
Agnes Tyner...31... Jan 1869...IN, IN, IN...0 children...

1910 - Chicago Ward 7, Cook, Illinois
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Chicago Ward 7, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T624_248; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 422; Image: 123.
Charles M Tyner...39...IL, IL, IL...rate clerk, railroad...married 16 years
Agnes M Tyner...35...IN, IN, IN

.....vii......GERTRUDE L. TYNER, b. February 1882; m. WILLIAM L. MILLS, March 05, 1902, Effingham County, Illinois, USA.

284. OSCAR NEWTON TYNER (HARRISON, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 09, 1842 in Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana, USA, and died abt. September 02, 1926 in Kinmundy, Marion, Illinois, USA. He married GERTRUDE A. HORTON December 24, 1867 in Niles, Cass County, Michigan, USA. She was born Abt. 1853 in Illinois, USA, and died August 10, 1914 in Kinmundy, Marion, Illinois, USA.

Notes for OSCAR NEWTON TYNER:
The Effingham Democrat, Thursday, August 15, 1878
.....Saw Dust from Watson. Considerable sickness is reported. B. B. Avery buried a child last week.
.....Mason Items. Little Harry, son of O.N. Tirta Tyner, died on the 9th inst., after a illness of about two years.

Census: 1880 Photographer in Kinmundy, Marion Co., Illinois (p.25D)
Census: 1920 Widower, owner-operator music store, Kinmundy, Marion Co., Illinois (ED182,p.5A)
Military Service: Army Photo Corps, Civil War
Burial: Mason cem., Mason, Effingham Co., Illinois; findagrave.com has tombstone photos

http://www.ford-mobley.com/dafm/express/exp1926.htm
Sept. 2, 1926:
THE KINNMUNDY EXPRESS
- Oscar Newton TYNER of Kinmundy was son of Major Harrison TYNER, who was born in Scott Co., Ky in 1813. He married Miss Levina PENWELL in Franklin Co., Ind. in 1832. They lived together for 68 years. Major TYNER of the 143rd Ill. Infantry came to Mason with his family in 1859, his son, Oscar being born in Elkart, Ind. on Oct. 9, 1842 and passing on in the TYNER home in his 84th year. He married Miss Gertrude HORTON in Niles, Mich. on Dec. 24, 1867, who died in Kinmundy on Aug. 10, 1914. One son came to this union who died at the age of 9. O.N. TYNER was known to his many friends as Ock. He lived in and near Mason for over 65 years. In his early manhood he was a photographer, one of the best. He left a valuable collection of photo plates covering the years 60's, 70's, 80's, and 90's. In later years he was engaged in selling musical instruments, especially the piano. One brother, Charles TYNER of Omaha, Neb. survives him; and 2 nephews, Will TYNER of Mason, and Charles TYNER of Chicago; and 5 nieces, Mrs. Ada HILDERBRAND, Miss Minnie TYNER, Mrs. Jennie BOSTWICK, Mrs. Nellie REYNOLDS, and Mrs. Gertie MILLS, all present. Services were held at the Christian Church with interment in Mason Cemetery.

Child of OSCAR TYNER and GERTRUDE HORTON is:
.....i......HARRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1869; d. August 09, 1878, Mason, Effingham County, Illinois, USA.

285. CHARLES W. TYNER (HARRISON, RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 1850 in Indiana, USA and died 15 Jun 1929. He married MARGARET ANN WHITE October 11, 1879 in Mattoon, Coles, Illinois, USA, daughter of DONAT WHITE and MARY LOMBARD. She was born September 1860 in Illinois, USA and died in 1937. At findagrave.com see photo of their tombstone/s at Plot: Section 5 of Graceland Park Cemetery, South Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, USA.

Notes for CHARLES W. TYNER:
1880 Railroad agent living w/parents in Mason Twp., Effingham Co., Illinois (p. 457A)

1900 1st Ward S. Omaha, Douglas Co, NE Census, pg 286, sheet 5B, ED 106, 1 Jun 1900, line 88, dwelling 122, family 103 -
Chas W. Tyner, head, b. Nov 1850, age 49, married 20 years, IN KY IN, [looks like Freight opt.]
Margaret A. Tyner, wife, b. Sep 1860, age 39, 5 children - 4 living, IL, parents b. Nova Scotia
Mary L. Tyner, dau, b. Aug 1880, age 19, IL IN IL, clerk in RR office
Lella B. Tyner, dau, b. Apr 1887, age 13, IL IN IL, at school
Chas. F. Tyner, son, b. Jul 1891, age 8, NE IN IL, at school
Hellen Tyner, dau, b. Oct 1896, age 3, NE, IN IL

In1920 census he was a railway agent in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska

Charles was of Omaha, Nebraska, when his brother Oscar died.

Children of CHARLES TYNER and MARGARET A. WHITE are:
.....i......MARY L. TYNER, b. August 1880, Illinois, USA.
.....ii......LUELLA B. TYNER, b. April 1887, Illinois, USA.
.....iii......CHARLES F. TYNER, b. July 1891, Nebraska, USA.
735......iv......HELEN M. TYNER, b. October 1896, Nebraska, USA.

286. ELIZABETH TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) , b. June 08, 1815, Marion County, Indiana, USA; m. SAMUEL H. THARP, November 26, 1840, Marion County, Indiana, USA. They moved to Johnson County, Missouri, per Don Mitchell, where she died 19 Dec 1889. He was born abt. 1815 Ohio and died 24 February 1889. At findagrave.com see his photo and photographs of tombstones from Quick Cemetery, Johnson County, Missouri, USA.They had nine children.

Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M653_301; Page: 63; Image: 63; Family History Library Film: 803301
Samuel Tharp...45...OH...$3000 real estate...$350 personal property...farmer
Elizabeth Tharp...46...IN
James H Tharp...18...IN
Harris F Tharp...16...IN
Charles C Tharp...15...IN
Margaret M Tharp...14...IN
David W Tharp...12...IN
Wm N Tharp...9...IN
Martha Tharp...8...IN
Nancy M Tharp...6...IN
Mary E Tharp...3...IN

Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M593_363; Page: 519A; Image: 70496; Family History Library Film: 545862
Samuel Tharp...55...OH...farmer
Elizabeth Tharp...56...IN
Martha A Tharp...18...IN
Nancy M Tharp...15...IN
Harris Tharp...76...SC

.....i…..JAMES H. THARP, born abt. 1842
735A…..ii…..HARRIS TYNER THARP, b. 1841, d. 1936. On 18 Sept 1868 in Tipton County, Indiana, married FLORENA KEENE, who was b. 28 April 1852 Indiana, d. 2 Feb 1892 Missouri.
735B…..iii…..CHARLES C. THARP, b. Sep. 2, 1844 Indiana, died January 25, 1876 Effingham County, Illinois, USA.
735C…..iv…..MARGARET MANERVA THARP, born 2 January 1846 Tipton County, Indiana, USA. Died 20 May 1888 in Pettis, Missouri. Spouse: JEHU DENNY JACKSON. Five children together. At findagrave.com see photo of her tombstone in Hickory Point Cemetery, Green Ridge, Pettis, Missouri, USA. See photo of his tombstone (shared with Adah Rawlings, second wife) from Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, USA.
…..v…..DAVID W. THARP, born abt. 1848 Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
…..vi…..WILLIAM N. THARP, born abt. 1851 Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
735d…..vii…..MARTHA ANN THARP, died 01 Nov 1897. On 28 Aug 1873 in Rose Hill Township, Johnson County, Missouri, USA, she married JOHN SAMUEL BARR (1848—1931).
…..viii….. SARAH JANE THARP, b. 26 Nov 1852, d. 24 Sep 1854, both in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. Burial Row 14 #3 of Barlow Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
…..ix…..NANCY M. THARP, born abt. 1855 Tipton County, Indiana. On 08 Dec 1872 in Johnson County, Missouri, USA she married ALBION P. PEABODY.
…..x…..MARY E. THARP, born abt. 1857 Indiana.

287. LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 29, 1820 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, and died September 11, 1884 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married BENJAMIN GRAYSON August 08, 1841 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, son of WREN GRAYSON and REBECCA OWENS. He was born June 10, 1818 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, USA, and died October 31, 1884 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER:
http://www.math.uiuc.edu/~dan/FamilyTree/dat6.html

1860 - Prairie, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M653_301; Page: 147; Image: 148.
Benj Grayson...39...TN...farmer...$1000 real estate...$260 personal
Leittuse Grayson...39...IN
Wm E Grayson...18...IN
Nancy J Grayson...16...IN
Margaret Grayson...14...IN
Henry Grayson...12...IN
John H Grayson...12...IN
Wren Grayson...8...IN
Silas F Grayson...6...IN
Samuel Grayson...4...IN
Mary A Grayson...2...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 49.3000; Enumeration District: 134; Image: 0099
Benjamin Grayson...64...TN, TN, NC...farmer
Lettes Grayson...60...IN, NC
Silas Grayson...27...IN, TN, IN...farmer...single
Samuel Grayson...24...IN, TN, IN...farmer...single
Mary Ann Grayson...21...IN, TN, IN
Elizabeth A. Grayson...17...IN, TN, IN
Malinda Grayson...16...IN, TN, IN
Johny M. Jarrett...6...IN, IN, IN...white...male

Children of LETTICIA TYNER and BENJAMIN GRAYSON are:
736......i......WILLIAM ELIJA GRAYSON, b. May 16, 1842, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. June 08, 1923.
.....ii......NANCY J. GRAYSON, b. October 06, 1843, Indiana, USA; d. April 25, 1882, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; m. JOHNSON D. JARRETT, June 10, 1877, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
737......iii......MARGARET GRAYSON, b. October 1845, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......HENRY GRAYSON, b. October 06, 1848, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1865.
738......v......JOHN H. GRAYSON, b. June 30, 1849, Indiana, USA; d. October 28, 1934, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
739......vi......WREN GRAYSON, b. July 1851, Liberty Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
740......vii......SILAS T. GRAYSON, b. July 07, 1853, Decatur, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1899.
741......viii......SAMUEL M. GRAYSON, b. July 1855, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. 1935.
742......ix......MARY ANN GRAYSON, b. June 16, 1857, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.
.....x......ELIZABETH A. GRAYSON, b. November 30, 1860; m. LEWIS W. BLOUNT, January 08, 1887, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
743......xi......MALINDA C. GRAYSON, b. November 01, 1863.
.....xii......JOHN T. GRAYSON, b. 1868.

288. WILLIAM ELIJAH TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 05, 1822 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died 25 Mar 1899. in southeast Kansas. In Lowell Cemetery, Lowell, Cherokee, Kansas, USA is a tombstone for W. E. Tyner, born 1821, died 25 March 1899. He married (1) SARAH JANE POND October 26, 1843 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1826 in Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARY HANNAH BLAND, who was married previously to JOHN TURNER. She was born abt 1840 in Indiana, USA and many family trees say she died 3 February 1932 in Fredonia, Wilson, Kansas, USA.. If the census records below are correct, where is William Elijah in 1880?

Notes for WILLIAM ELIJAH TYNER:
Cherokee Co. Kansas Queries
From: Carol L. Roberts rcroberts at calcoast.com
Date: Monday, May 31, 1999 06:29 PM
I am searching for information regarding William E. Tyner, business unknown, born cir. 1823 in Indiana and married 1874 to Mary Bland Turner. They are my great-grandparents. Need death, business and any possible siblings or parental information. Thank you.
rcroberts at calcoast.com

1860 - Metamora, Franklin, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Metamora, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: M653_259; Page: 438; Image: 443
W E Tyner...38...IN...farmer...$600 real estate...$200 personal
Sarah J Tyner...34...IN
Catharine Tyner...15...IN
George Tyner...13...IN
Edwin H Tyner...10...IN
John F Tyner...4...IN
Martha Tyner...1...IN

ILLINOIS MARRIAGE INDEX
Name: Mary Bland
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: John Turner
Marriage Date: Feb 28, 1858
Marriage County: Shelby
Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1008065 - 1008066 & 1009139.

KANSAS MARRIAGE INDEX
Name: Turner, Mary (35)
Spouse: Tyner, Wm. (50)
Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1873
County: Cherokeeks
Film Number: LDS Film #0851221
Source: DAR, Oceanic Hopkins Chapter, Margaret Grandle, Chairman LDS Film #0851221; 1867-1879 Cherokee Co, KS Marriages Vol B

Census Date: 1 Mar 1875; Chetopa, Labette County, Kansas, Family 180, Line 7, Roll: ks1875_10
W. E. Tyner...53...IN...laborer...$100...from IN
Mattie Tyner...17...IN
George Tyner...23...IN
Pamie Tyner...11...IN...female

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Neosho, Cherokee, Kansas; Roll: 376; Family History Film: 1254376; Page: 552B; Enumeration District: 46; Image: 0190.
H. Mary Tyner...40...IN, IN, IN...married...keeping house
Francis M. Turner...20...IL, TN, IN...farmer
William Turner...18...IL, TN, IN...farmer
John W. Tyner...5...KS, TN, IN

Residence: 1 Mar 1895 - Baxter Springs, Cherokee, Kansas
Name: W E Tyner
Census Date: 1 Mar 1895
Residence County: Cherokee
Residence State: Kansas
Locality: Baxter Springs
Birth Location: Indiana
Family Number: 1
Gender: Male
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1822
Race: White
Line: 32
Roll: v115_21
moved from Illinois to Kansas

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Columbus, Cherokee, Kansas; Roll: T623_473; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 16.
Mary H. Tyner...59...Jan 1841...IN, NC, IN...widowed...3 children, 2 living...married 41 years
Jack W Tyner...25...Sept 1874...married 2 years...son...engineer
Dora M Turner...10...Mar 1890...KS, IL, MO...dau

Year: 1910; Census Place: 400 S. Vermunt Avenue, Columbus Ward 3, Cherokee, Kansas; Roll: T624_434; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 0016; FHL microfilm: 1374447
Mary H Tyner...70...IN, NC, IN...widowed...rents home...3 children, 2 living...laundress for private family
Dora Turner...20...KS, IL, KS...salesman, china store...granddau

1920 Galena Ward 2, Cherokee, Kansas has Mary Tyner, born 1841 IL, as grandmother-in-law in family of Miles C. and Maude Cook; still with them, age 90, in Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Galena, Cherokee, Kansas; Roll: 696; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 14; Image: 256.0

1920 Galena Ward 2, Cherokee, Kansas has Mary Tyner, born 1841 IL, as grandmother-in-law in family of Miles C. and Maude Cook; still with them, age 90, as Mary H. Tyner, widowed, in Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Galena, Cherokee, Kansas; Roll: 696; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 14; Image: 256.0 They got tired of waiting for her to die. At findagrave.com see photo of a plaque in Section 24 of Columbus City Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee, Kansas for Mary H. Tyner, born 1840, died 19 . GPS (lat/lon): 37.1616, -94.81184. No death date was ever carved in. William Elijah Tyner (FAG 26648530) is buried in Lowell Cemetery, Lowell, Cherokee, Kansas, USA as W. E. Tyner, born 1821, died 25 March 1899. Children of WILLIAM TYNER and SARAH POND are:
.....i......CATHERINE TYNER, b. Abt. 1844, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
744......ii......GEORGE HENRY TYNER, b. Abt. 1846, Franklin County, Indiana, USA; d. October 16, 1932.
.....iii......EDWIN M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1850, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana, USA.

Notes for EDWIN M. TYNER:
Name: E M Tyner
Census Date: 1 Mar 1885
Residence County: Coffey
Residence State: Kansas
Locality: Rock Creek
Birth Location: Indiana
Family Number: 37
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Male
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859
Race: White
Line: 30
Roll: KS1885_27
E. M. Tyner...26...IN...male...farmer
T. L. Tyner...26...female...
G.A. Tyner...4...male
744A.....iv......JOHN F. TYNER, b. August 1855, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana; d. 02 Jan 1940. Spouse: EMMA STOCKWELL, b. March 1862 Indiana, d. 16 January 1940. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Plot: W Lot 110 block 2: 1 of Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, USA.
.....v......MARTHA TYNER, b. Abt. 1859, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana.
.....vi.....CARRIE TYNER, b. Abt. 1864 Franklin County, Indiana.

Child of JOHN WESLEY TYNER AND MARY BLAND:
.....vii.....JOHN WESLEY TYNER, born 24 Sep 1874 Chetopa, Labette, Kansas, USA, USA, married HELEN HORD HARRIS 01 May 1904 in Neosho County, Kansas, USA. She was born 04 Nov 1885 Kansas, died 12 Sep 1963 Los Angeles County, California. John died 08 Sep 1934 in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas. Helen was buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Long Beach, Los Angeles, California. John was buried in Girard Cemetery, Girard, Crawford, Kansas. Is this a mistaken connection? It's unlikely William Elijah would name two sons John, and this fellow lists his father's birthplace as Ireland, but then he lists it as USA; apparently he just didn’t know where his father was from. Contact me for info on his children.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Carlyle, Allen, Kansas; Roll: T624_431; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0001; Image: 19; FHL Number: 1374444.
John W Tyner...34...KS, Ireland, Indiana
Hellen F Tyner...29...KS, OH, OH
William D Tyner...5...Oklahoma, KS, KS
Bernice M Tyner...2...KS, KS, KS

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: John Wesley Tyner
Altoona
County: Wilson
State: Kansas
Birth Date: 24 Sep 1874
Race: White
medium height/build, light eyes, dark hair
Automobile mechanic and garage owner
FHL Roll Number: 1643943

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Altoona, Wilson, Kansas; Roll: T625_554; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 223; Image: -136.
John Wesley Tyner...43...KS, USA, Illinois...rents home...can read/write..proprietor, garage
Helen H Tyner...33...KS, OH, OH
Dwight Wm Tyner...14...OK, KS, KS
Mildred Bernice Tyner...12...KS, KS, KS
Roy Lowell Tyner...8...KS, KS, KS

CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX
Name: Helen H Tyner
Social Security #: 568324715
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 4 Nov 1885
Birthplace: Kansas
Death Date: 12 Sep 1963
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Hord

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Helen Tyner
SSN: 568-32-4715
Last Residence: Washington
Born: 4 Nov 1885
Died: Sep 1963
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951)

289. MARY ANN TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 29, 1822 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died October 24, 1897 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. She married JAMES DELZELL December 29, 1842 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA, son of JOHN DELZELL and JANE MCCLURE. He was born October 14, 1816 in Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA, and died January 08, 1892 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. They are buried in Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Children of MARY TYNER and JAMES DELZELL are:
.....i......SAMUEL DELZELL, b. October 08, 1843, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. September 19, 1873; m. ELIZABETH ?. Buried in Sec. 13, Lot 62, Sub-Lot 1 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......JAMES MADISON DELZELL, b. February 22, 1845, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. 11 Aug. 1918. Buried August 14, 1918 in Sec. 13, Lot 62, Sub-Lot 1 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......JOHN TYNER DELZELL, b. November 22, 1846, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA, died 5 October 1906. Buried 8 October 1906 in Sec. 13, Lot 62, Sub-Lot 1 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
745.....iv......MARY J. DELZELL, b. March 30, 1848, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. July 03, 1921, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....v......ANGELINE DELZELL, b. December 13, 1849, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. 25 Jan 1936. She is buried in Sec. 13, Lot 62, Sub-Lot 1 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......NANCY DELZELL, b. July 04, 1851, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. August 28, 1855, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
745A......vii......MARGARET DELZELL, b. February 08, 1853, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. January 28, 1937, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......MINNIE DELZELL, b. Feb 1858, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; died 15 Nov 1935. She married ANDREW JACKSON SHULL 14 Oct 1903 in Marion County. He was born 9 Sept. 1854 and died 4 August 1936. They are buried in Sec. 13, Lot 62, Sub-Lot 1 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......ELVIRA DELZELL, b. Apr 1860, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; died 02 Jan 1941; m. JOHN H. STOGSDILL, b. January 1857 and died 11 January 1902. They are buried in Sec. 13, Lot 62, Sub-Lot 1 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....x......WILLIAM THOMAS DELZELL, b. Abt. 1862, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; m. AMY SLESHMAN.

290. BENJAMIN TYNER (HARRIS , WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 26, 1824 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died November 16, 1893 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. He married ELIZABETH A. LANKFORD October 25, 1846 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. She was born November 06, 1824 in Kentucky, USA, and died September 23, 1905 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. They share a tombstone in Fall Creek Union Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana Inscription: Aged 69Y, 3M, 20D. Father of Sarah. Husband of Elizabeth A.

Notes for BENJAMIN TYNER:
Benjamin Tyner found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Washington Township, Marion, Indiana, 1860; age 36, b. IN; page 1002

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Washington, Marion, Indiana; Roll: M593_337; Page: 537B; Image: 488; Family History Library Film: 545836
Benjamin Tyner...46...IN...farmer...$4000 real...$800 personal
Elizabeth Tyner...46...KY...keeping house
Silas Tyner...20...IN
Missouri Tyner...18...IN
Mary J. Tyner...16...IN
Francis Tyner...14...IN
Lillie Tyner...12...IN
Cora Tyner...12...IN
Nattie Tyner...7...IN
John L. Tyner...5...IN
Eddie Tyner...3...IN

Source: 1880 Census Washington, Marion, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254293 National Archives Film T9-0293; Page 367A
Relation...Sex...Marr...Race...Age...Birthplace
Benjimen Tyner...Self... M... M... W ...55... IN... Occ: Farmer Fa: SC... Mo: UNKNOWN
Elizabeth Tyner...Wife... F... M... W... 55... KY... Occ: Keeping House ...Fa: VA ...Mo: KY
Frances Tyner...Dau... F... S ...W... 23... IN ...Occ: At Home ...Fa:... IN Mo: KY
Lillie Tyner...Dau... F... S... W ...22... IN ...Occ: At Home ...Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
Cora B. Tyner...Dau... F... S ...W ...19 IN ...Occ: At Home ...Fa:... IN Mo: KY
Hattie Tyner...Dau...F...S.. W...17...IN ...Occ: At Home... Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
Eddie E. Tyner...Son...M...S...W...13...IN ...Occ: At Home... Fa: IN ...Mo: KY
John L. Tyner... Son... M...S...W...14...IN...Occ: At Home...Fa: IN...Mo: KY
Mary J Bowlus...Dau...F...W...W...25...IN...Occ: At Home...Fa: IN...Mo: KY
Olivia A. Bowlus...GDau F S W...4...IN...Fa: IN...Mo: IN
George E. Bowlus...GSon...M...S...W...2...IN...Fa: IN...Mo: IN
Harris Tyner...Father...M...W...W...85...SC...Occ: At Home...Fa: ENG...Mo: ENG

Children of BENJAMIN TYNER and ELIZABETH LANKFORD are:
.....i......MARY ALICE TYNER, b. Abt. 1848; d. Abt. 1850.
746......ii......SILAS TYNER, b. December 09, 1849, Indiana, USA; d. August 28, 1929, Marion County, Indiana, USA.
747......iii......MISSOURI TYNER, b. September 14, 1851; d. March 07, 1915.
748......iv......MARY JANE TYNER, b. November 24, 1854, Washington Township, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. February 28, 1935.
.....v......FRANCES TYNER, b. October 18, 1856, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. May 13, 1919, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; m. CHARLES DAYTON HARPER, December 26, 1880, Marion County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......LILLIE TYNER, b. August 16, 1858; d. October 19, 1939; m. PERRY L. WETZEL, September 30, 1890.
.....vii......CORA BELL TYNER, b. June 09, 1860, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. October 15, 1948, Marion County, Indiana, USA, buried 18 Oct 1948; m. WILLIAM HENRY ROBERTS, April 26, 1882, Marion County, Indiana, USA. He was born 26 Aug 1860, died 19 Jul 1922, buried 21 Jul 1922. They are buried in Sec: 51, Lot: 422 of Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
749......viii......HATTIE TYNER, b. January 01, 1863, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. January 30, 1930, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.
750......ix......JOHN LINCOLN TYNER, b. August 18, 1865, Indiana, USA; d. December 23, 1949, San Diego, California, USA.
751......x......EDWARD ELLSWORTH TYNER, b. March 10, 1867, Washington Township, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. October 05, 1944, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

291. SARAH JANE TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 08, 1826 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, and died March 12, 1866 in Marion County, Indiana. She married SAMUEL RECORDS May 22, 1853 in Marion County, Indiana. He was born July 13, 1819 in Bracken County, Kentucky.

Notes for SAMUEL RECORDS: Samuel was a physician.

Children of SARAH TYNER and SAMUEL RECORDS are:
.....i......MARGARET M. RECORDS, b. Abt. 1854.
.....ii......TABOR RECORDS, b. Abt. 1856.
752......iii......ADAH RECORDS, b. Abt. 1857, Lawrence, Marion, Indiana; d. March 29, 1928, Elwood, Madison, Indiana.
.....iv......MALINDA RECORDS, b. Abt. 1859, Lawrence, Marion, Indiana.
753......v......HARRIS TYNER RECORDS, b. July 23, 1861, Lawrence, Marion, Indiana; d. September 1943.
.....vi......GRANT RECORDS, b. Abt. 1863, Lawrence, Marion, Indiana.
.....vii......SARAH JANE RECORDS, b. Abt. 1865, Lawrence, Marion, Indiana.

292. HARRIS TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 12, 1828 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, and died February 04, 1910 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA. He married LUCINDA ALEXANDER October 10, 1850 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1831 in Indiana, USA, died 1907. They share a tombstone in Sec: 13, Lot: 19, Sp: 6 of Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, which gives his DOB as 1829. Sources include R. D. Peck's "Peck" at ancestry.com, which calls him "Harris William Tyner, Jr."

Notes for HARRIS TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Perry, Marion, Indiana; Roll: M432_159; Page: 169; Image: 39
Harris Tyner...22...IN...farmer
Lucuda Tyner...18...IN

Harris, Jr. Tyner found in: Census Microfilm Records: Lawrence Twp., Marion, Indiana, 1860, p. 178--age 31

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M593_363; Page: 555; Image: 233. (22 Aug 1870)
Harison Tyner...41...IN...farmer...$2000 real estate...$500 personal...
Lucinda Tyner...39...IN
Agnes Tyner...18...IN
John Tyner...15...IN
Samuel Tyner...10...IN
Helena Tyner...13...IN
Elmore Tyner...8...IN
Mary D Tyner...2/12...IN
Maggie D Tyner...2/12...IN

1880 Census Deer Creek, Miami, Indiana, Family History Library Film ...1254299, NA Film Number ...T9-0299, Page Number ...661D
Name...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace Harris TYNER...Self...M...Male...W...52...IN...Farmer ...PA...SC
Lucinda TYNER...Wife...M...Female...W...49...IN...Keeping House...KY...PA
Agnes TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...25...IN...School Teacher...IN...IN
John TYNER...Son...S...Male...W...23...IN...Farm Hand...IN...IN
Hellena TYNER....Dau...S...Female...W...21...IN...Keeping House...IN...IN
Samul TYNER...Son...S...Male...W...19...IN...Farm Hand ...IN...IN
Elmer TYNER...Son...S...Male ...W...16...IN...Farm Hand...IN...IN
Mallie TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...10...IN...Keeping House IN...IN
Dora TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...8...IN...IN...IN

Census Microfilm Records 1900, 5 Ward Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, Roll: T623 377; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 60.Series: T623 Microfilm: 377 Book: 2 Page: 121 Harris Tyner...72...Oct 1827...IN, VA, IA...married 49 years...job looks like capitalist?
Lue Tyner...68...Jan 1832...IN, VA, KY...7 children, 7 living

INDIANA DEATHS
Name: Harris Tyner
Date: 4 Feb 1910
Location: Kokomo
Age: 81 yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Kokomo
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book CH-15 on page 45 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

Children of HARRIS TYNER and LUCINDA ALEXANDER are:
754......i......SARAH AGNES TYNER, b. 21 Sep 1851, Indiana, USA, died 05 Aug 1927.
754A.....ii......JOHN M. TYNER, b. 1854 Indiana, USA, d. 1938. BR> .....iii......HELENA TYNER, b. Abt. 1857, Indiana, USA; m. JOHN JEFF BRUNER; b. January 07, 1837, Pleasant Hill, Brooks, Pennsylvania, USA; d. Abt. 1923.

Notes for HELENA TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Omaha Ward 12, Douglas, Nebraska; Roll: T624_844; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 90; Image: 1287.
J J Bruner...73...PA, PA, PA...m2...US storekeeper
Helen Bruner...52...IN, IN, IN...m1...
Dora Tyner...25...IN, IN, IN...sister-in-law
.....iv......SAMUEL C. TYNER, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana, USA; married Anna Belle Fry 15 Mar 1888 Howard County, Indiana; died 16 Jul 1927. Buried in Sec: 13, Lot: 19, Sp: 4 of Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1866 Indiana, died in Howard County, Indiana, on 08 Feb 1917.
Notes for SAMUEL C. TYNER:
INDIANA MARRIAGE COLLECTION
Name: Samuel C. Tyner
Marriage Date: 15 Mar 1888
Marriage County: Howard
Estimated Birth Year: 1860
Age: 28
Gender: Male
Father Name: Harris
Mother Name: Alexander
Source Title 1: Howard County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Supplemental Record Marriage Applications
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Oricinal Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: C-35
OS Page: 33
755......v......ELMER E. TYNER, b. October 1862, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1930, Howard County, Indiana, USA.
755A.....vi......MARY D. TYNER, b. Abt. 1870, Indiana, USA, d. 03 Apr 1956 Kokomo, Howard, Indiana; buried Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana. She married WILLIAM J. SPRUCE.
.....vii......DORA B. TYNER, b. Abt. 1872, Indiana, USA. Notes for DORA B. TYNER: Living with sister Helena Tyner Bruner in 1910 census.

293. CHARLOTTE TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 19, 1833 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died November 24, 1853 in Bentley, Hancock, Illinois, USA. She married LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS September 28, 1851 in Butler County, Ohio, USA, son of JOHN SYMMONDS and MARGARET HUFFMAN. He was born April 12, 1827 in Butler County, Ohio, USA, and died November 18, 1904 in Hancock County, Illinois, USA.

Notes for LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS:

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

"He was just and honest in all of his dealings and was a man of good business judgment. He was well versed in the Scriptures, a good conversationalist and well read."

1860 Census, Hancock Co. IL, Bear Creek Tp: Loyal Symonds (32, IN), Nancy Symonds (22, IN), William Symonds (8, IN), Margaret Symonds (6, IN), John Symonds (4, IL), Milton Symonds (2, IL), Angeline Symonds (9/12, IL).
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1870 Census Harmony, Hancock, Illinois Page 33 Enum Date 15 June 1870 post office Benlty Dwelling 249 Family 246 Loyal F. Symmonds...age 43... M... W... farmer... real estate value $4000... Personal value $875... b. OH
Nancy Symmonds...age 34... F ...W... keeping house ...b. IN
William Symmonds...age 18... M ...W ...at home... b. IN
Margaret Symmonds...age 16... F ...W ...at home ...b. IN
John H. Symmonds... age 14 ...M ...W... at home ...b. IL
Malon Symmonds... age 12 ...M... W... at home ...b. IL
Minerva Symmonds...age 10... F... W ...at home ...b. IL
Alverda Symmonds... age 8... F... W... at home ...b. IL
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1880 Census, Hancock Co. IL, Harmony Tp: L.F. Symonds (58, OH-PA-VA), Nancy Symonds (44, IN-NC-IN), Mahlan Symonds (22, IL), Minerva Symonds (20, IL), Alverda Symonds (18, IL).
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Title: 1900 Census Harmony, Hancock, Illinois
Text: Enum Date 2 June 1900 Super Dist 9 Enum Dist 21 Sheet 2B Dwelling 37 Family 37
Loyal Symmonds... head ...W... M ...b. June 1827... age 72... married 46 years... b. OH... Father b. PA ...Mother b. VA... farmer ...owns farm free
Nancy Symmonds ...wife ...W... F... b. Apr 1836... age 64... married 46 years ...9 children 4 living... b. IN Father b. SC... Mother b. PA
Symmonds, John H. Symmonds... son... W... M... b. Mar 1857... age 43... single... b. IL... Fathre b. OH ...Mother b. IN
Symmonds, Minerva A. Symmonds...dau ...W... F... b. Nov 1859 ...age 40 ...single... b. IL ...Father b. OH ...Mother b. IN

Sources include Don T. Mitchell at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=donmitch1&id=I05305

Children of CHARLOTTE TYNER and LOYAL SYMMONDS are:
.....i......WILLIAM SYMMONDS, b. Abt. 1852, Marion County, Indiana.
.....ii......MARGARET SYMMONDS, b. August 1853, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. March 05, 1937, Hamilton, Hancock, Illinois, USA; m. WILBERN WALKER ASHLOCK, Abt. 1879, Hancock County, Illinois, USA; b. April 30, 1847, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA; d. April 22, 1926, Hancock County, Illinois, USA.

294. NANCY TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 25, 1836 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died December 14, 1921 in Hancock County, Illinois, USA. She married LOYAL FIRMEN SYMMONDS January 19, 1855 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, son of JOHN SYMMONDS and MARGARET HUFFMAN. See entry on her sister CHARLOTTE TYNER for details on Loyal.
Sources include Don T. Mitchell at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=donmitch1&id=I05305

Children of NANCY TYNER and LOYAL SYMMONDS are:
.....i......JOHN H. SYMMONDS, b. Abt. 1856, Hancock County, Illinois.
.....ii......MAHLON SYMMONDS, b. June 25, 1858, Bentley, Hancock, Illinois; d. February 02, 1917, Yakima, Washington; m. ANNA J. REES, September 05, 1888, Hancock County, Illinois.
.....iii......MINERVA SYMMONDS, b. November 19, 1859, Hancock County, Illinois; d. February 07, 1913.
.....iv......ALVERDA SYMMONDS, b. Abt. 1862, Hancock County, Illinois.

295. MALINDA TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1837 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA. She married AMOS BARTLEY February 03, 1864, son of JOHN BARTLEY and CHARITY LAWSON. He was born May 16, 1825 in Adams County, Ohio, USA.

Notes for MALINDA TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Crooked Creek, Jasper, Illinois; Roll: T9_215; Family History Film: 1254215; Page: 256.4000; Enumeration District: 158; Image: 0275
Amous Bartley...55...OH, OH, OH...farmer
Malinda Bartley...48...IN, SC, IN
Annie Bartley...16...IL, OH, IN
Franklin Bartley...9...IL, OH, IN

Counties of Cumberland, Jasper and Richland, Illinois 1884
p527 CROOKED CREEK TOWNSHIP
Amos BARTLEY, son of John P and Charity (LAWSON) BARTLEY, was born in Adams Co, Ohio, on 5/16/1825, and at four years of age moved with his father to Shelby Co, IN, where he worked on a farm. He went to school about three months in the year and labored on a farm the remainder of each year, until, in 1850, he went by the overland route to California, being six months on the road. While there he worked at farming and mining, but in 1838 he returned East and settled in Jasper Co, IL, locating on 160 acres of land in Willow Hill township, which his father had entered in an early day. While there he was married to nancy, daughter of Aaron Harlan of Jasper Co. Three children, all deceased, where born to them. His wife also died in 1861. he was next married on 2/3/1864, to Melinda, daughter of Harris and Margaret (Thompson) TYNER. Mrs. B has borne her husband three children, two of whom are living, viz: Annie and Benjamin F. After his marriage he located for a short time on his farm near Newton, and in 1865, he sold out and moved to Crooked Creek Township and purchased 200 acres in Section 26, which farm he has well improved and on which he now resides. In politics, he is a Democrat of liberal views. he and his wife are members of the Baptist church.

Children of MALINDA TYNER and AMOS BARTLEY are:
.....i......ANNIE BARTLEY, b. Abt. 1864, Illinois, USA.
755B.....ii......BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BARTLEY, b. May1871, Illinois, USA, d. 26 Sep 1945 Willow Hill, Jasper, Illinois, USA.

296. JOHN TYNER (HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 14, 1817 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1871 in Henry County, Iowa, USA. He married (1) MARY ANN BELLES October 19, 1836 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOHN BELLES and ARTEMISIA TARLETON. She was born October 26, 1815, and died February 04, 1838. He married (2) ANN ELIZA GILMORE November 1844. She was born in Kentucky, USA. Judy Mayfield's findagrave.com page for John Tyner, dob unknown, died March 16, 1891 aged 74 years 1 month, husband of Eliza Ann Tyner, says he's buried in Union Cemetery, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas. She was born Feb. 5, 1828 and died May 13, 1896, same cemetery. Is this our couple?

Notes for JOHN TYNER:
The History of Henry County, Iowa. Containing a History of the County, its Cities, Towns and Census.
Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1879.
"TYNER, JOHN, agent of the American Express Company; born in Fayette County, Indiana, Feb. 14, 1817; lived in the state of Indiana, near Indianapolis; came to Iowa in 1843; located in Des Moines County and engaged in farming; he came to Henry County and engaged in the boot and shoe business in MT Pleasant in 1859; was appointed agent of the Express Company in 1862; has been connected with the company for sixteen years. Held the office of Mayor of this city, and was City Councilman for some years. He married Miss Ann E. Gilmore, from Kentucky, November, 1844; they have one adopted daughter. Mr. Tyner's father is still living in Indiana; is over 85 years old."

1850 - Mount Pleasant, Henry, Iowa
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Mount Pleasant, Henry, Iowa; Roll: M432_184; Page: 179; Image: 96.
Tyner, John...33...IN...shoemaker...$300
Tyner, Eliza A. ...22...KY
Tyner, Ann E. ...7...IA
Roberts, William...21...Virginia...shoemaker

1860 CENTER, HENRY COUNTY, IOWA
John Tyner ...43...IN...shoe dealer...$5000 real estate...$4000 personal
Eliza Tyner...32...KY
Anne E Tyner ...16...Iowa
Jno Thompson...90...Ireland

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Center, Henry, Iowa; Roll: M593_395; Page: 158; Image: 318
Tyner. John...53...IN...$3500 real estate...$400 personal...express agent
Tyner, Eliza A. ...42...KY...$700 personal
Tyner, Ann E. ...24...IA...seamstress
Gilmon, Sada...8...IA

Belles information from Bob Wilmot's "The Roberts & Wilmot Family Tree" (aWorldTree on ancestry.com)

From the History of Henry County, Iowa: "TYNER, JOHN, agent of the American Express Company; born in Fayette County, Indiana, Feb. 14, 1817; lived in the state of Indiana, near Indianapolis; came to Iowa in 1843; located in Des Moines County and engaged in farming; he came to Henry County and engaged in the boot and shoe business in MT Pleasant in 1859; was appointed agent of the Express Company in 1862; has been connected with the company for sixteen years. Held the office of Mayor of this city, and was City Councilman for some years. He married Miss Ann E. Gilmore, from Kentucky, November, 1844; they have one adopted daughter. Mr. Tyner's father is still living in Indiana; is over 85 years old."

Child of JOHN TYNER and ANN GILMORE is:
.....i......ANNA ELIZA TYNER, b. Abt. 1843. Adopted.

297. MATILDA MARTIN (MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 01, 1813 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died October 02, 1848 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She married THOMAS JONES November 17, 1831 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, son of WILLIAM JONES and LUCINDA GINN. He was born October 16, 1811 in Bracken County, Kentucky, USA, and died April 28, 1890 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. On 12 Aug 1849 in Fayette County he married Anis Trusler, born 10 February 1821 there.

At findagrave.com see photo of Matilda’s tombstone in Tullis Chapel Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
Inscription:
w/o Thomas Jones aged 35y, 8d
She was a tender Mother here,
and in her life the Lord did serve.
We trust our loss will be her gain,
And that with Christ she's gone to reign.

Children of MATILDA MARTIN and THOMAS JONES are:
756......i......GEORGE W. JONES, b. April 03, 1834, Fayette County, Indiana; d. January 29, 1915, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa, USA.
757......ii......RICHARD JONES, b. December 05, 1835, Orange Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. December 30, 1907, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa, USA.
758......iii......LUCINDA JONES, b. January 18, 1837, Orange Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA; d. February 11, 1911, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....iv......MARY ANN JONES, b. November 24, 1839, Fayette County, Indiana.
759......v......MALINDA JONES, b. January 24, 1842, Orange Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. Abt. 1927, Fayette County, Indiana.
760......vi......ELIZA J. JONES, b. Abt. 1844, Orange Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. Abt. 1919, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....vii......HELEN JONES, b. Abt. 1846.
761......viii......ELIZABETH JONES, b. September 06, 1847, Orange Township, Fayette, Indiana; d. September 14, 1929, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa.
.....ix......NANCY M. JONES, b. Abt. 1848.

298. MALINDA MARTIN (MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 29, 1818 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died June 11, 1886 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA. She married GEORGE W. LOGAN August 01, 1839 in Connersville, Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He was born April 15, 1820 in Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.

Children of MALINDA MARTIN and GEORGE LOGAN are:
.....i......RICHARD FRANKLIN LOGAN, b. Abt. 1844.
762......ii......JASPER LOGAN, b. October 08, 1846, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; d. April 13, 1932, Lomax, Henderson, Illinois.
.....iii......WILLIAM H. LOGAN, b. October 31, 1848.
.....iv......JAMES M. LOGAN, b. November 1850, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana.
.....v......THOMAS WESLEY LOGAN, b. December 06, 1852.
.....vi......LIVELY Y. LOGAN, b. Abt. 1856.
.....vii......SAMUEL LOGAN, b. Aft. 1856.

299. STEPHEN H. MARTIN (MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 1823 in Indiana, USA. He married ELIZABETH CALDWELL March 04, 1841 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1827 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for STEPHEN H. MARTIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M432_144; Page: 278; Image: 561. (24 Aug 1850)
Stephen H Martin...27...IN...farmer...$520
Elizabeth Martin...23...IN
Oliver A Martin...8...IN
Elizabeth Martin...4 ...IN
Martha J Martin...2...IN
Mary E Martin...2...IN
Charlotte Martin...4/12...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M653_256; Page: 812; Image: 813
Stephen W Martin...35...IN...farmer...$370
Elizabeth Martin...33...IN
Oliver A Martin...19...IN
Elizabeth A Martin...15...IN
Martha J Martin...12...IN
Mary E Martin...12...IN
Sharlotte Martin...10...IN
Frances R Martin...3...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M593_312; Page: 11; Image: 22
Steven Martin...45...IN...farmer...$2200
Elizabeth Martin...43...IN
Oliver Martin...28...IN...farmer
Jane M Martin...22...IN
Charlotte Martin...19...IN
Rosaie Martin...13...IN
Alie Martin...5...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T9_276; Family History Film: 1254276; Page: 117.1000; Enumeration District: 147; Image: 0234
Stephen H. Martin...56...IN, SC, SC...farmer
Elizabeth Martin...53...IN, IN, IN...wife
Oliver A. Martin...38...IN, IN, IN...son...farmer
Allie Martin...15...IN, IN, IN...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T623 370; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 1.
Wj Simpson...31...Mar 1869...IN, IN, OH...farmer
Allie Simpson...36...Dec 1868...IN, IN, IN...
Pearl Martin...18...Aug 1881...IN, IN, IN...s-dau
Stephen H Martin...76 ...Nov 1823...IN, NC, IN...father-in-law

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T624_348; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 17; Image: 554
William J Simpson...41...IN, IN, IN...married 16 years...farmer, general
Allie Simpson...44...IN, IN, IN...2 kids, 2 living
Martin T Simpson...3...IN, IN, IN...son
Alford G Simpson...36...IN, IN, IN...brother...farmer, general
Pearl M Simpson...28...IN, IN, IN....sister-in-law
S H Martin...86...IN, IN, IN...father-in-law...widowed

Children of STEPHEN MARTIN and ELIZABETH CALDWELL are:
.....i......OLIVER A. MARTIN, b. Abt. 1842, Indiana, USA.

Notes for OLIVER A. MARTIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Columbia, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M593_312; Page: 5; Image: 10
Claracy Thomas...46...IN...keeping house...$300 real estate...$800 personal
Zimri Thomas...27...IN...farmer
Oliver Martin...28...IN...farmer...$2000 real estate...$200 personal
.....ii......ELIZABETH MARTIN, b. Abt. 1846.
763......iii......MARTHA JANE MARTIN, b. Abt. 1848.
.....iv......MARY E. MARTIN, b. Abt. 1848.
.....v......CHARLOTTE MARTIN, b. Abt. 1850.
.....vi......FRANCES R. MARTIN, b. Abt. 1857.
764......vii......ALLIE MARTIN, b. December 1868, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

300. GEORGE MARTIN (MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 20, 1825 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died April 12, 1904 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married CAROLINE WILSON March 28, 1858 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for GEORGE MARTIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M653_256; Page: 634; Image: 635. (next door to Silas Martin)
Amos Martin...27...farmer...$920 real estate...$571 personal
Elizabeth Martin...25
Melvin Martin...2
Mary S Martin...64...SC...$2240 real estate...$25 personal
next door
Geo. Martin...31...IN...farmer...$2800 real estate...$831 personal
Caroline Martin...30...IN...
Cyrus T. Martin...2...IN
Andy Tittsworth...16...IN...farm laborer

Child of GEORGE MARTIN and CAROLINE WILSON is:
.....i......CYRUS MARTIN, b. Abt. 1859, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

301. AMOS MARTIN (MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 04, 1828 in Indiana, USA, and died December 21, 1867. He married ELIZABETH TATE. She was born Abt. 1830 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for AMOS MARTIN:
Sat, 10 Jun 2006 15:02:31 -0500
From: "Walllflowers"
Hi
...I wanted to thank you for all the enjoyment I got from you website!
...I am trying to verify that Amos Martin b, abt. 1833 in Fayette Co., IN, was the son of Wm. and Mary Ann Tyner Martin. I suspected this and found it among the listings. Do you know if there is documentation to back this up? Amos was my gr gr grandfather, and is listed in the 1850 census in the household of Wm. I was never sure if he was a son or grandson or something else! Amos died at about age 35, about 6 mos. after his wife. He married Elizabeth Martin in Fayette County, They had 2 children, Edward and Magnolia who were very young when the parents died and were separated soon after. Ed (my gr grandfather) was brought up by an uncle, whom I believe to be another son of Wm. & Mary, Stephen Martin (not listed on your site), and Magnolia lived with their maternal grandparents, the Tates. She later moved "out west", married, and had no contact with this part of her family.
...Because of your site, I have found that the tree does fork, but the nuts didn't fall far. Too much to explain here, but I live about 15 miles from the Little Cedar Church of Wm. Dover Tyner, have visited there often, but didn't know the connection. I also live about the same distance from the grave of Nancy Adair Tyner Stevens (and several of her children). I found her marker and those of James & John, also Mehitabel Kolb, at Lick Creek cemetery in Fayette County.
...Would you like to add any of our families info? I first would have to be able to prove the connection between these folks absolutely. The immediate problem is that the courthouse here is undergoing addition and renovation and the old estate and property records are in storage until at least the first of the year.
...One question....the grave marker of Elizabeth Tyner, wife of Wm. Dover is now inside the church at Little Cedar. (That building, by the way, now belongs to the Franklin County Indiana Historical Society and is an excellent state of preservation.. I worry a little that it is left open all the time, but it is absolutely wonderful.) There are no other stones remaining in the cemetery at the church. Is Wm. Dover Tyner there, as I read in one place, or he is in Decatur County, as I thought I read somewhere else?
...Thanks again for any help you can give, and thanks so much for (I hope)
clearing up so much of the mystery.
.........................Donna Schroeder
.........................Connersville, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M653_256; Page: 634; Image: 635. (next door to Silas Martin)
Amos Martin...27...farmer...$920 real estate...$571 personal
Elizabeth Martin...25
Melvin Martin...2
Mary S Martin...64...SC...$2240 real estate...$25 personal
next door
Geo. Martin...31...IN...farmer...$2800 real estate...$831 personal
Caroline Martin...30...IN...
Cyrus T. Martin...2...IN
Andy Tittsworth...16...IN...farm laborer

Child of AMOS MARTIN and ELIZABETH TATE is:
.....i......MELVIN MARTIN, b. Abt. 1858, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

302. SILAS MARTIN (MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 1830 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married ELIZA F. STONE February 11, 1850 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1830 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for SILAS MARTIN:
1860 - Connersville, Fayette, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M653_256; Page: 634; Image: 635.
Silas Martin...29...IN...farmer...$1880 real estate...$571 general
Eliza Martin...28...IN
Theodore Martin...6...IN
Florience Martin...4...IN
Marietta Martin...2.12...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M593_312; Page: 49; Image: 99
Silas Martin...38...IN...farmer...$4800 real estate...%785 other
Eliza Martin...38...IN
Theodore Martin...16...IN
Florence Martin...14...IN
Martha Martin...10...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T9_276; Family History Film: 1254276; Page: 48.3000; Enumeration District: 143; Image: 0098
Silas Martin...50...IN, NC, IN...farmer
Eliza Martin...50...IN, KY, IN...keeping house
Theodore Martin...26...IN, IN, IN...son
Anna (Florianna scratched out, Anna written above it) Martin...19...IN, IN, IN...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T623 370; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 3
Silas Martin...69...Sept 1830...wd or maybe md...IN, NC, IN...farmer
Theodorea Martin...46...May 1854...divorced...IN, IN, KY...blacksmith
Florencea Hartman...43...June 1856...widowed...IN, IN, KY
Leroy Hartman...18...Sept 1881...grandson...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer
DeAlma Hartman...16...Feb 1884...grandson...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer
George k Smith...40...Feb 1860...son-in-law...IN, NY, IN...barber
Martha Smith...40...Apr 1860...dau...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Carrollton, Carroll, Kentucky; Roll: T623 513; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 47
Mrs. Silas Martin...70...June 1829...IN, IN, IN...widow...0 children, 0 living

1910 - Connersville, Fayette, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T624_348; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 587
Silas Martin...79...IN, NC, IN...farmer
Florence A Hartman...54...IN, IN, KY...3 children, 3 living
Le Roy Hartman...29...IN, IN, IN...grandson...farmer
Martha M Smith...50...IN, IN, England...m2...1 child, 1 living...dau

Children of SILAS MARTIN and ELIZA STONE are:
.....i......THEODORE MARTIN, b. May 1854, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......FLORIENCE ANNA MARTIN, b. June 1856, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.

303. WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER (ELIJAH , WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 31, 1819 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died January 31, 1902 in Hanover Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married EMILY VIRT March 25, 1841 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ADAM VIRT and SUSANNAH HENSLEY. She was born May 24, 1821 in Kentucky, USA, and died October 06, 1904 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER:
William was one year old when his father emigrated to Hancock Co. He was a Baptist and belonged to the Valley Lodge, F.M.

HISTORY OF SHELBY COUNTY, INDIANA, Chicago: Brant & Fuller, 1887, page 648:
WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER, of Hanover Township, was born in Franklin County, Ind., May 31, 1819, and is the elder of two children of Elijah and Martha Tyner, whose maiden name was McCune. His father, who was of Irish descent, was a native of Abbyville District, South Carolina, and was born in 1799. The paternal grandfather of our subject, was an old line Baptist minister, who emigrated to the Indiana Territory, in 1805, and located near Brookville. The father of Mr. Tyner was three times married; first to the mother of our subject, who was of Scotch descent, and whose death occurred about 1822; second, to Miss Nary Nelson, who died in 1830; and third to Miss Sarah Ann Hilverstoutin, whose death occurred in 1832. In early mahood, our subject's father removed from Franklin to Hancock County, where he lived an honorable and creditable life. His death occurred February 1, 1872. William H. Tyner recieved an ordinary education at the district schools, but later in life acquired through his own effort, a valuable fund of practical knowledge. By occupation, Mr. Tyner is a farmer and now owns 207 acres of well improved land. In addition, however, to his farming interests, he deals in stock. March 25, 1841, Mr. Tyner was united in marriage to Miss Emily, daughter of Adam and Susannan (Hensley) Virt, both natives of Kentucky. Mrs. Tyner was also born in that State, May 24, 1821. To the above union were born these children, Martha E., Mary J., Elijah H., John N., Oliver P., Joseph M., Henry C., Hannah E., an unnamed infant (deceased), Samuel F., Deloris, Charlotte, Philip S., and Sarah. In politics, Mr. Tyner was formerly a Whig and is now an ardent Republican. Mr. Tyner is a representative of one of the first Indiana families, and is now recognized as one of the leading citizens of the community in which he resides.

Posted on findagrave.com as a scanned newspaper article:
OBITUARY
.....William Harris Tyner, elder son of Elijah Tyner and grandson of Rev. William Tyner, was born in Franklin Co. near Brookville, May 31, 1819. His father emigrated to Hancock Co. in 1820, he being only one year old. Indiana was then a territory. He did much to help his father clear up a farm, and to pave the way for the civilization of new country. March 25, 1841, he was married to Miss Emily Virt, daughter of Adam and Susannah Virt, natives of Kentucky; from this union were born 14 children, Martha E., Mary J., Elijah H., John N., Oliver P., Joseph M., Henry C., Hannah U., an unnamed infant deceased, Lemuel T., Deloris, Charlotte, Phillip S., and Sarah E. There are 30 grandchildren, 27 of which are living, and 19 great grand children, 10 living. The subject of our sketch has lived an upright honorable life and numbered his friends by the score. Some of them were public men that figured in the history of the State. He passed away at the ripe old age of 82 yrs., 8 months, loved and revered by all that knew him. His religious preference and belief was of the old school or regular Baptist faith.
.....His aged, beloved and devoted companion, 11 children many other relatives and innumerable friends to mourn but are assured that his departure from earth and friends to dwell in peace and enjoy endless happiness in the paradise of God.
.....The funeral was held under the auspices of Valley Lodge, I.O.O.F.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Hanover, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: M593_357; Page: 153; Image: 306.
Wm. Tyner...51...IN...farmer...$8500 real estate...$2000 personal
Emily Tyner...49...KY
Martha Keaton...28...IN
Oliver P. Tyner...21...IN...works on farm
Marshal Tyner...19...IN...works on farm
Henry G. Tyner...14...IN...works on farm
Lemuel T. Tyner...13...IN
Susannah D. Tyner...11...IN
Charlotte Tyner...8...IN
Phillip S. Tyner...5...IN
Sarah E. Tyner...2...IN
Ida May Keaton...3...IL

1880 - Hanover, Shelby, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Hanover, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: T9_309; Family History Film: 1254309; Page: 102.1000; Enumeration District: 199; Image: 0204
William H. Tyner...61...IN
Emely Tyner 59...KY, KY, KY
Oliver P. Tyner...31...IN, IN, KY...farm laborer
Lemuel F. Tyner...23...IN, IN, KY...farm laborer
Philip S. Tyner...15...IN, IN, KY
Sarah E. Tyner...12...IN, IN, KY

Indiana 1900 Hanover Twp, Shelby Co, IN, 11 Jun 1900, ED 109, sheet
9B, line 95-99, dwelling 186, family 192:
William H. Tyner, head, b. May 1819, age 81, married 59 years, IN, NC, KY, occupation Landlord
Emily Tyner, wife, b. May 1821, age 79, mother of 13 children, 11 still living, KY, KY, KY
Elijah H. Tyner, son, b. Aug 1844, age 55, married 28 years, IN, IN, KY, occupation Nurse
Mary J. Tyner, dau-in-law, b. Apr 1854, age 46, married 28 years, mother of 4 children, 3 still living, IL, IL, IL
Jesse Tyner, gr-son, b. May 1889, age 11, KS, IN, IN

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and EMILY VIRT are:
765......i......MARTHA E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1842, Indiana, USA.
......ii......MARY JANE TYNER, b. March 10, 1843, Indiana, USA; d. April 26, 1909, Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA. Children are listed under (492) WILLIAM FRANKLIN TYNER, her husband, son of Lucinda Caldwell and James Tyner.
767......iii......ELIJAH HOWARD TYNER, b. August 1844, Indiana, USA; d. March 22, 1905, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......JOHN N. TYNER, b. 28 Sep 1846, Indiana, USA; died 16 May 1865. Burial: Plot: Section 1 - Row 18 of Asbury Cemetery, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.
.....v......OLIVER P. TYNER, b. Abt. 1849, Indiana, USA.

Notes for OLIVER P. TYNER:
1 March 1895 Beaver, Cowley, Kansas O. P. Tyner, 45, IN Line: 14
Roll: v115_29

1 Mar 1905 Beaver, Cowley, Kansas O P Tyner, 56, IN
Family Number: 71
Line: 17
Roll: ks1905_33

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Beaver, Cowley, Kansas; Roll: T624_435; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 49; Image: 1057.
Oliver P. Tyner...61...IN, KY, KY...single...farmer

Name: O P Tyner
Census Date: 1915 Bolton, Cowley, Kansas
O. P. Tyner, 66, IN Burnett, Offie...28...female

Daily Republican - Greenfield, IN
Friday - 16 July 1920, Front Page - Column 2
DEATH OF OLIVER TYNER
.....Born and Reared in this County - Dies in Kansas.
.....Oliver P. Tyner, age 71, died Tuesday at his home in Arkansas City, Kan.
.....The body will be brought to Morristown for interment in Asbury cemetery. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tyner, pioneer settlers of this county. Mr. Tyner is survived by six brothers and sisters. He was never married and had resided in Kansas for about forty years. -END-

768......vi......JOSEPH MARSHALL TYNER, b. Abt. 1850, Hanover Township, Shelby, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1907.
769......vii......HENRY CLAY TYNER, b. October 17, 1852, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......HANNAH E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1855, Indiana, USA.
769A.....ix......LEMUEL F. TYNER, b. Abt. 1857, Indiana, USA. He married THERESA BARBARA LANG 21 Jun 1899 Marion County, Indiana.
.....x......SUSANNAH DELORIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1859, Indiana, USA.
.....xi......CHARLOTTE TYNER, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana, USA; m. THOMAS C. MYER, August 10, 1879, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
.....xii......SAMUEL F. TYNER, b. Abt. 1863, Indiana, USA.
770......xiii......PHILIP SHERIDAN TYNER, b. March 03, 1865, Indiana, USA.
770A.....xiv......SARAH ELZORA TYNER, b. Abt. 1867, Hancock County Indiana, USA; died 22 Apr 1951 New Castle, Henry, Indiana, USA.

304. CHARLOTTE TYNER (ELIJAH , WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1823 in Indiana, USA, and died in Bentley, Hancock, Missouri, USA. She married ABRAHAM C. MILLER February 07, 1847 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He was born February 03, 1824 in Manor, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, and died January 14, 1896 in Vermont, Fulton County, Illinois, USA.

Notes for CHARLOTTE TYNER:
1850 Andrew, Nodaway, Missouri
Abraham C. Miller...26...IN...$600...farmer
Charlotte Miller...23...IN
Mary Miller...2...MO
John R. Miller...1...MO

Platte, Andrew, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Platte, Andrew, Missouri; Roll: M653_605; Page: 0; Image: 312.
A C Miller...26...merchant...$1750 real estate...$300 personal...IN
Charlotte Miller...34...IN
Mary A Miller...12...MO
Sarah J Miller...10...MO
Joseph A Miller...7...MO
Susan Miller...5...MO
K L Miller...3...MO...female
Isabel Miller...4/12...MO

Children of CHARLOTTE TYNER and ABRAHAM MILLER are:
.....i......MARY A. MILLER, b. Abt. 1848, Missouri, USA.
.....ii......JOHN R. MILLER, b. Abt. 1849, Missouri, USA.
.....iii......SARAH J. MILLER, b. Abt. 1850.
.....iv......JOSEPH A. MILLER, b. Abt. 1853.
.....v......SUSAN MILLER, b. Abt. 1855.
.....vi......K. L. MILLER, b. Abt. 1857.
.....vii......ISABEL MILLER, b. Abt. 1860.

305. MARY JANE TYNER (ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 25, 1824 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died December 15, 1919 in daughter's home, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. She married JACOB M. WOLFE March 07, 1844 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, son of JACOB WOLF and EUPHAMIA CANNON. He was born November 02, 1817 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, USA, and died October 25, 1880 in Center Township, Marion, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photos of their tombstones from Fall Creek Union Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MARY JANE TYNER:
Newspaper clipping:
"PIONEER WOMAN OF COUNTY DIES
// Mrs. Mary J. Wolfe Owned Farm at Edge of City Seventy-six Years //
..... Mrs. Mary J. Wolfe, 96 years old, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. A. Myers, 2001 Ashland avenue, Monday afternoon. She was a daughter of Elijah Tyner and was born near Brookville, Ind. Her grandfather, William W. Tyner, a Baptist minister, organized a church near Brookville in 1800, which probably was the first Protestant organization in the state. His descendants hold their annual reunion at Brookville Park in June of each year. She was cousin of James N. Tyner, former postmaster general. Her father moved to near Morristown, Ind., where she became a charter member of the celebrated Missouri Harmony Singing Class, as was the last surviving member of the class.
.....She and her husband, Jacob M. Wolfe, moved to Marion County in 1844 and settled on 160 acres of land, which she still owned at the time of her death on Thirty-fourth street, Center Township, adjoining this city. She had been a resident of the county for for seventy-six years and was perhaps the oldest continuous resident of the county at the time of her death. She saw the city grow from 3,00 inhabitants to more than 300,000.
// Saw First Train Arrive //
.....Washington street, then known as the National Road, was paved with heavy poles between Alabama and New Jersey streets and large tree stumps were still standing in the roadway a little further east. She witnessed the entrance of the first train on the old Madison road into the depot on South street, and heard the wise heads remark that man was interfering with the providence of God in inventing such a machine as the locomotive. // Her husband for many years thrashed wheat on farmland between Tenth and Forty-sixth streets, between the L. F. & W. railroad and the canal, which is now built up with fine residences.
..... The following children survive: E. G. Wolfe, Bushnell, Ill; John L. Wolfe, Ninevah, Ind.; Joseph A. Wolfe and Walter Wolfe, Kankakee, Ill.; Charlotte Alexander, wife of Robert H. Alexander, 3312 Roosevelt avenue, and Mattie E. Myers, wife of David A. Myers, 2001 Ashland avenue. // The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Myers residence, with burial in Fall Creek Cemetery. The Rev. T. W. Grafton of the Thnird Christian Church will conduct the service."
D. M. S."

Children of MARY TYNER and JACOB WOLFE are:
.....i......WILLIAM M. WOLFE, b. 1844, Hancock County, Indiana; m. SUSAN A. WHITE, April 24, 1873, Marion County, Indiana. Notes for WILLIAM M. WOLFE: Census: 1880 Grocer in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED113,p.70)
771......ii......ELIJAH TYNER WOLFE, b. December 1847, Center Township, Marion, Indiana.
772......iii......CHARLES P. WOLFE, b. November 02, 1849, Center Township, Marion, Indiana; d. September 17, 1882, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.
773......iv......MARTHA E. WOLFE, b. October 1851, Center Township, Marion, Indiana.
.....v......JOHN L. WOLFE, b. January 16, 1854, Center Township, Marion, Indiana; d. July 15, 1926; m. FLORENCE M. DAUBENSPECK, July 15, 1906, Marion County, Indiana; b. July 06, 1863. Notes for JOHN L. WOLFE: Census 1920 Farmer in Nineveh Twp., Johnson Co., Indiana (ED24,p.2) Fall Creek Union Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......CHARLOTTE WOLFE, b. January 1857, Center Township, Marion, Indiana; m. ROBERT H. ALEXANDER, June 19, 1895, Marion County, Indiana; b. September 1854, Indiana.
.....vii......WILLIS C. WOLFE, b. August 24, 1859, Marion County, Indiana; d. August 30, 1917, Norwood, Hamilton, Ohio, USA. Fall Creek Union Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.
774......viii......JOSEPH A. WOLFE, b. Abt. 1865, Marion County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1942, Illinois.

306. ROBERT NELSON TYNER (ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1829 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, and died in Texas, USA. He married MARGARET SMITH January 11, 1849 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1830 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for ROBERT NELSON TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Brenham, Washington, Texas; Roll: M593_1608; Page: 67; Image: 134.
Robert N. Tyner...42...IN...carpenter
Margaret Tyner...40...IN
Eugenia Tyner...3...Mexico

1902 Contractor & builder in Austin, Texas, per brother Elbert's bio in Hancock Co., Indiana history. That would be Travis County, I believe.

Child of ROBERT TYNER and MARGARET SMITH is:
.....i......EUGENIA TYNER, b. Abt. 1867, Mexico.

307. GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER (ELIJAH , WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 03, 1832 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, and died August 19, 1896 in Henry County, Iowa, USA. He married MARY FRANCES BARTLETT October 17, 1855 in Iowa, USA, daughter of JOHN BARTLETT and CATHERINE CARMICHAEL. She was born November 03, 1832 in Harrison, Dearborn, Indiana, USA, and died 1892. They share a tombstone in Row 10 of Salem East Cemetery, Salem, Henry, Iowa.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON TYNER:
[p.147] PROGRESSIVE MEN OF IOWA.
.....Tyner George W.,late of Salem, was one of the early settlers of Henry county, and a successful farmer and business man, holding the responsible position at the time of his death, in 1896, of president of the Bank of Salem. He was a native of Indiana, where his parents were among the early pioneers. His father, Elijah Tyner, was born March 21, 1799, on Little river, Abbeyville district, S. C., and was the second son of Rev. William Tyner, a Baptist minister, who removed with his family to Kentucky in 1803, and three years later to the territory of Indiana, locating near where Brookville has since been built. He removed later to Decatur county, where he died. Elijah Tyner took a claim in Hancock county, Ind., at a time when the only roads were Indian trails, although he was not more than fifteen or twenty miles from Indianapolis. Here he kept a small stock of merchandise in a log cabin, and was a merchant all his life, a large part of which was spent on his original claim. At the time of his death, he was a man of wealth, owning over 1,000 acres of land in central Indiana, all in one piece. He was married three times, and George W. was the oldest of the third wife's seven children.
.....G. W. Tyner was born December 3, 1832, in Hancock county, Ind., near Morristown. Here he grew to manhood, and at the age of 22 came to McDonough county, Ill., where he commenced farming and stock raising. The next year he removed to Iowa, and was married October 17, 1855, to Mary Frances Bartlett, with whom he had become acquainted in Illinois. They settled immediately upon the farm in Henry county, which was their home for nearly forty years. After the death of his wife, in 1892, Mr. Tyner no longer cared to remain on the farm, and therefore moved to town and made his home with his sons in Salem. Eight children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Tyner: William and John, who died in childhood; Elijah, who resides on the old homestead; Sarah C., wife of Dr. A. J. Rogers, of Hillsboro, Iowa; Melvin, a lawyer, at Pasadena, Cal.; Oliver, assistant cashier of the Bank of Salem; James, a clothier of that city; and Elbert, a farmer living near there.
..... Politically, Mr. Tyner was a republican, but was never an office seeker, having held only local offices. His interests were rather in his home and business than in quest of public honors. For a number of years he was treasurer of the Hillsboro and Salem District Fair association, which owed much of its success to his tireless efforts. During the winter of 1895, a few months before his death, he united with the Congregational church of Salem.
.....Mr. Tyner's death occurred August 19, 1896, after a tedious illness which he had endured with great patience. At the time of his death it was said of him: “He was a man whom we all loved and admired. In his dealings with his fellow men he was honest, and strived to keep the golden rule; as a neighbor, none could excel him; as a business man, he was a skillful manager, shrewd investor and a splendid financier. As a citizen, he was modest and retiring, leading a life of the utmost simplicity, abhorring anything affected. His greatest pleasures in life were to do acts of kindness for his family.

(Portrait and Biographical Album, Henry County, Iowa; Acme Publishing Company, Chicago, 1888, pp 272-273) (JC)
GEORGE W. TYNER, farmer, and President of the Salem Bank. Indiana has contributed many enterprising men to the Western States, and Iowa has shared largely in securing them. The fertility of her soil, the facilities for raising stock and for the production of cereals, are a boon of which she is justly proud.
...Our subject was born in Hancock County, Ind., in 1832, and is a son of Elijah and Sarah A. (Halberstout) Tyner. Elijah Tyner was born on Little River, Abbeyville District, S. C., March 21, 1799, and was the second son of Rev. William Tyner, a Baptist minister who removed with his family to Kentucky in 1802, and three years later to the Territory of Indiana, locating near where Brookville has since been built. In 1854 he removed to Decatur County, Ind., where his death occurred, Elijah Tyner was thrice married. The first wife was Martha McCune, who had one son, William H. The second wife was Mary Nelson, whose children were Martha A., Mary J., Robert N. and Charlotte. Sarah A. Halberstout was the third wife, and had seven children—George W., our subject, John H., Oliver H., James M., Elbert, Alonzo and Missouri.
...Before the first marriage of Elijah Tyner, he took a claim in Hancock County, Ind., where there was no road but Indian trials to guide the chance trapper or occasional squatter to and from his humble cabin, and here Elijah opened a small stock of general merchandise in a log cabin. As long as he lived he was engaged in the mercantile trade, and upon his original claim, which he finely improved, he lived and died. He was a very exemplary and suc­cessful business man, and by reference to clippings from Indiana journals we learn that he was one of the wealthy and highly respected citizens of that county. At the time of his death he owned over 1,000 acres of land in one body. His wife still resides on the Indiana homestead, and has reached the ripe age of eighty years.
...In 1854 George W. Tyner left Indiana and located in McDonough County, Ill., where he began the business of stock-breeding and farming. In 1855 he took a survey of Southeastern Iowa, and purchased his present farm on section 33, Jackson Township, in the autumn of that year. While a resident of Illinois, Mr. Tyner first met the lady who is now his wife, and the occasion was the removal of her parents from Indiana with the intention of locating in this county. They stopped dur­ing the winter in the village of Olena, in Illinois, opposite Burlington. It was agreed that they should be wedded, and after a few months, by mutual agreement our subject followed the young lady to this county, and in the autumn of 1855 Miss Mary F. Bartlett became his wife, the ceremony being performed at the home of her parents, John W. and Catherine (Carmichael) Bartlett, in Jackson Township. The Bartlett family are yet extensively represented in the county, one son, William A., being in the clothing business in Salem, and Jesse D. residing on a farm near Mt. Pleasant.
...The parents of Mrs. Tyner lived for many years after they came to this county, the mother dying Aug. 4, 1879, the father, May 22, 1885. During his early life John W. Bartlett resided in Virginia, and when a young man removed to Cincinnati, Ohio, and learned the coach and carriage making trade, which he afterward carried on in that city. He was married at Lawrenceburg, Ind., and when the family removed to Iowa they came from Rush County, Ind. Mrs. Tyner was born in Harrison, Dearborn County, in that State, Nov. 3, 1832. She is the eldest living of the ten children. Her birth was followed by those of William, Jesse D., Kate and Maggie, who are all living and married. Five others died in infancy.
...The domestic life of Mr. and Mrs. Tyner was be­gun under the most favorable circumstances upon their present farm. Their union has been one of the happiest, their successes the most continuous, and their social qualities so well known as to win for them the respect and good-will of their neighbors. They are the parents of eight children, of whom six are living: Elijah, Sarah C., Melvin, Oliver, James and Elbert; and William and John, deceased. Two of the children are married. Elijah is the husband of Emma Geese, and resides in Tippecanoe Township, this county, and Sarah C. is the wife of Dr. A. J. Rodgers, a physician of Hastings, Neb. The four eldest children were educated at Whittier College prior to its destruction by fire. Melvin has been engaged in teaching in this county, and is another of the many teachers educated in the old college which has fitted many of the youth of this county for a successful business life.
... Aside from his farm duties, Mr. Tyner finds time to attend to other business of importance. He was for two years Township Clerk, and for four years has been a member of the School Board. The Salem District Fair owes much of its success to the efforts made by him, Mr. O. H. Cook and Mr. Z. H. Arnold, to whose enterprise the successful exhibitions of 1886 and 1887 are largely due. From its beginning he has been one of the principal promoters and supporters of the enterprise, he has been Treasurer of the association since its organization, and no debt remains unpaid. The society is now fully organized and future meetings will probably be even better than the past. As a successful farmer, his well-tilled fields give evidence. To be assured of their courtesy, it is only necessary to visit the Tyner home, and to judge of their social and business life, the praise of neighbors is suffic­ient.
...For several years Mr. Tyner has been connected with the Bank of Salem, as a stockholder, and since 1882 has been its President. For a term of four­teen years he has been in partnership with J. L. Bennett in the purchase and shipment of stock. Mr. Tyner is widely known in a business and social way, and is one of the most successful farmers and business men in the county. He and his family are distinguished for their social qualities, and he is justly regarded as one of the leading and estimable citizens of the county.

1880 census...Jackson, Henry, Iowa
Family History Library Film ...1254344; NA Film Number ...T9-0344; Page Number ...388C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
George Tyner...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...47 ...IN ...Farmer ...NC ...IN
Mary Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...47 ...IN ...House Keeping ...VA ...OH
Elija Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...23 ...IA ...Farming ...IN ...IN
Sarah Tyner...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...22 ...IA ......IN ...IN
Melvin Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...17 ...IA ...Farming ...IN ...IN
Oliver Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...14 ...IA ...Farming ...IN ...IN
James Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...12 ...IA ......IN ...IN
Elbert Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...9 ...IA ......IN ...IN

1900 census
84A 48 32 2A Tyner, Charles O ...15... Iowa...ed32-1.txt
84A 45 32 2A Tyner, E.P. ...43... Iowa...ed32-1.txt
85A 24 32 3A Tyner , Elbert... 30...Iowa...ed32-1.txt
84A 46 32 2A Tyner, Enna A ... 39... Ohio ... ed32-1.txt
84A 49 32 2A Tyner, Fred O ... 13... Iowa... ed32-1.txt
84B 51 32 2B Tyner, Geo. W ...6 ...Iowa... ed32-1.txt
84A 47 32 2A Tyner, Harry E ...16... Iowa...ed32-1.txt
84B 52 32 2B Tyner, Mary C ...3... Iowa... ed32-1.txt
151B 60 36 14B Tyner, Mary L ... 28 ... Iowa ... ed36-3.txt
151B 59 36 14B Tyner, Oliver H ... 34... Iowa... ed36-3.txt
84A 50 32 2A Tyner, Robert F ... 12... Iowa...ed32-1.txt
85A 25 32 3A Tyner, Viola ... 32... Iowa...ed32-1.txt
63A 12 30 23A Tynes, Hattie...32...Iowa... ed30-3.txt
63A 14 30 23A Tynes, Ina B ... 10... Iowa... ed30-3.txt
63A 13 30 23A Tynes, Willis C ...12...Iowa...ed30-3.txt

Children of GEORGE TYNER and MARY BARTLETT are:
.....i......WILLIAM TYNER, b. Abt. 1859, died 16 Mar 1862, aged 2 years 11 months 16 days. Buried in row 10 of Salem East cemetery, Salem, Henry, Iowa.
.....ii......JOHN TYNER. Died 20 Mar 1862, aged 1 year 1 month 20 days. Buried in row 10 of Salem East cemetery, Salem, Henry, Iowa.
775......iii......ELIJAH P. TYNER, b. August 1856, Iowa, USA; d. Bet. 1905 - 1910, Henry County, Iowa, USA.
776......iv......SARAH C. TYNER, b. October 1857, Iowa, USA; d. Los Angeles County, California, USA.
.....v......MELVIN TYNER, b. Abt. 1863, Henry County, Iowa, USA.
777......vi......OLIVER H. TYNER, b. October 1865, Henry County, Iowa, USA.
.....vii......JAMES TYNER, b. Abt. 1868, Iowa.
778......viii......ELBERT GRANT TYNER, b. April 26, 1870; d. August 31, 1961.

308. JOHN HENRY TYNER (ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 1835 in Blue River Township, Hancock County, Indiana, USA, and died about 1908 in Concordia, Cloud, Kansas, USA. He married (1) MARGARET ADELAIDE PRICE 09 Dec 1863 in Andrew County, Missouri. She was born 27 Oct 1846 in Indiana, USA and d. 16 Dec 1883. He married (2) ELIZABETH A. ?. She was born August 1836 in New York, USA and d. 19 Jan 1914. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone John Henry shared with Elizabeth H. in Plot: 1-3-88-7-1 of Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Concordia, Cloud, Kansas, USA. Maggie A. Tyner is buried in Plot: Section 2 of Savannah Cemetery, Savannah, Andrew, Missouri, USA; see findagrave.com for photo of tombstone.

Notes for JOHN HENRY TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Nodaway, Andrew, Missouri; Roll: M593_755; Page: 253B; Image: 514; Family History Library Film: 552254.
John H. Tyner...34...IN...retail merchant...$7000 real property, $5000 personal
Margaret A. Tyner...24...MO
Alonzo Tyner...4...MO
Bessie Tyner...2...MO
Lucius Wilkinson...24...OH...clerk in store

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Beloit, Mitchell, Kansas; Roll: 389; Family History Film: 1254389; Page: 93B; Enumeration District: 182; Image: 0489. June 4, 1880.
J. H. Tyner...44...IN, IN, IN...clothing store...boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Savannah, Andrew, Missouri; Roll: 671; Family History Film: 1254671; Page: 269B; Enumeration District: 041; Image: 0544. June 14, 1880
Jno. H. Tyner...42...IN, IN, IN...clothing
Margaret Tyner...33...MO, NY, NY
Alonzo Tyner...14...MO, IN, MO
May Tyner...7...MO, IN, MO
Kate Tyner...5...MO, IN, MO
Maria Holmes...20...OH, VA, VA

1900 - Concordia, Cloud, Kansas
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Concordia, Cloud, Kansas; Roll: T623 475; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 18
John H Tyner...64...Nov 1835...IN, NC, IN...married 14 years...insurance agent
Elizabeth A Tyner...63...Aug 1836...NY, NY, NY...1 child
Edward P Tyner...18...May 1882...IN, IN, IN...son
Mary A Hall...55...Feb 1845...Wisconsin, NY, NY...boarder

Children of JOHN TYNER and MARGARET PRICE are:
778A.....i.....ALONZO TYNER, b. 12 Jul 1866 Savannah, Andrew, Missouri; d. 06 Sep 1919 Highland Park, Lake, Illinois.
.....ii.....BESSIE TYNER, b. abt. 1868 Missouri, d. 1876 in Nodaway, Andrew, Missouri.
.....iii.....WILLIE P. TYNER, b. abt 1870 Missouri.
.....iv.....MAY TYNER, b. abt. 1873 Missouri.
.....v.....KATE TYNER, b. abt. 1875 Missouri.
.....vi.....EDWARD PRICE TYNER, b. May 1882 Missouri.
309. JAMES MONROE TYNER (ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1840 in Blue River Twp., Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died May 31, 1902 in Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA. He married (1) FANNIE M. WHETZEL March 28, 1877 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA. She was b. abt. 1836 and died 15 Nov 1893 in Morristown, Shelby, Indiana. He married (2) ELMA E. LUDLOW November 28, 1894 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA. James was buried in Row 7, Section 2 of Asbury Cemetery, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana. He shares a tombstone with wife Elma, although she had remarried to Nathan Porter before her death!

Notes for JAMES MONROE TYNER:
Census:
Year: 1870; Census Place: Hanover, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: M593_357; Page: 166B; Image: 122934; Family History Library Film: 545856
Edgar Whetzel...42...IN...carpenter...$950 real estate...$500 personal estate
Fanny Whetzel...32...IN
Clinten B Whetzel...12...IN
Jas M Tyner...29...IN...railroad ticket agent...$5000 real estate..$2000 personal
David Shumway...22...IN...telegraph operator

1880 Farmer in Morristown, Shelby Co., Indiana (ED199, p.37)
James M. Tyner...39...IN, SC, IN...farmer
Fanny Tyner...42...IN, OH, KY
Elijah J. Tyner...2M...IN, IN, IN...son
Clinton R. Whetsel...21...IN, IN, IN...stepson...clerk in store
Mat Woodroff...25...servant ...IN, IN, KY
John W. Woodroff...4...IN, IN, IN...in care
Victoria Whetsel...12...IN
Mary Porter...40...IN...servant
next door to Elbert Tyner

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Hanover, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: T623 403; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 109
James M Tyner...59...Sept 1848...IN, SC, IN...clerk druggist
Elma E Tyner...36...Sept 1863...wife...IN, IN, IN
Fannie F Ludlow...16...July 1883...dau...IN, IN, IN
Jesse K Swope...63...Aug 1836...boarder...KY, KY, KY...retired
Stella M Golding...22...July 1877...IN, IN, IN...servant...cook
John Surry...50...June 1850...servant ...laborer...IN, IN, IN
John E Harper...24...Dec 1875...boarder...IN, IN, IN...school teacher

.....Occupation: 1902 Late proprietor of hotel at Morristown, Indiana per brother Elbert's bio in Hancock Co., Indiana history

Child of JAMES TYNER and FANNIE WHETZEL is:
…..i…..JAMES ELIJAH TYNER, possibly born 1877 Indiana, possibly March 1880 Hanover Twp., Shelby, Indiana, USA, d. 21 Jun 1932 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.

Daily Reporter - Greenfield, IN, front page, column 2, Saturday, 25 June 1932
James Elijah Tyner Was Related Here
.....James Elijah Tyner died in the Boston, Mass., city hospital on June 21st the result of a fall from the window in his room at the Garrison Hall hotel, sixty feet to the paved court below, sustaining among other injuries, a fractured skull.
.....Tyner was about 55 years old and single. He had been stopping at the hotel since April 1st. He was born and reared in Morristown, the son of the late James and Fannie Tyner.
.....Arrangements are being made to return the body here for burial in Asbury cemetery by the side of his parents.
.....Mr. Tyner was cousin of Misses Miriam and Bertha Tyner and Irving of this city.
310. ALONZO TYNER (ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 18, 1846 in Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died December 03, 1924 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married OLIVE ANN ELSTUN October 23, 1872 in Milroy Township, Rush, Indiana, USA, daughter of GEORGE ELSTUN and PRISCILLA HILL. She was born February 18, 1852 in Milroy Township, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died January 25, 1925 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ALONZO TYNER:
Attended Business College In Indianapolis, Indiana

1880 Farmer in Blue River Twp., Hancock Co., Indiana (ED198,p.18)
Census 1910 Gardener in Center Twp., Hancock Co., Indiana (ED63,p.7A)
Elonzo Tyner, farmer, age 33, born IN, father born NC, mother born IN
Annie, wife, age 28, born IN, father born OH, mother born IN
Bertha, daughter, age 6
Miriam, daughter, age 2
Erving E., son, age 7 months
Sarah, mother, age 71, born IN, father born MD, mother born MD
Matilda Bankert, servant, age 17, born IN
Elbert Whittaker, farm laborer, age 21, born NC, father born NC, mother born NC

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: T623 375; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 43.
Alonzo Tyner...53...Oct 1846...IN, NC, IN...married 27 yrs...market gardener
Olive A Tyner...47...Feb 1853...IN, IN, IN...3 kids, 3 living
Bertha A Tyner...26...Aug 1873...dau...IN, IN, IN...kindergartner
Merriam H Tyner...22...July 1877...dau...IN, IN, IN
Irving N Tyner...20...Oct 1878...son...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: T624_353; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 63; Image: 859.
Alonzo Tyner...63...IN, NC, IN...married 38 years...gardening
Olive Arra Tyner...57...IN, IN, IN...3 kids, 3 living

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Center, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: T625_436; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 329.
Alonzo Tyner...73...IN, NC, IN...farmer
Olie A Tyner...67...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Bertha E Tyner...46...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Miriam H Tyner...42...IN, IN, IN...farmer

Children of ALONZO TYNER and OLIVE ELSTUN are:
.....i......BERTHA EVELYN TYNER, b. August 29, 1873, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......MIRIAM H. TYNER, b. July 06, 1877, Morristown, Hancock, Indiana, USA. She died 22 Jul 1965 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of her tombstone in Section 9 of Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
779......iii......IRVING ELSTUN TYNER, b. October 31, 1879, Morristown, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

311. JAMES NOBLE TYNER (RICHARD , WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 17, 1826 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died December 05, 1904 in Washington D.C.. He married (1) DEMA L. HUMISTON, daughter of LEWIS HUMISTON. She was born May 11, 1830 in Ontario County, New York, USA, and died September 09, 1871. He married (2) CHRISTINE HINDS December 24, 1872. She was born August 15, 1845, and died February 29, 1916. He was buried in Plot: Chapel Valley, Lot 960 of Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington D.C., as was Christine.

Notes for JAMES NOBLE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Peru, Miami, Indiana; Roll: M653_281; Page: 62; Image: 63.
James N Tyner ...35...IN...attorney at law...$600 personal
Dema M Tyner ...30...NY...$3000 real estate
Albert H N Tyner ...9...IN
Nelly Tyner... 6...IN
Mary Humeston ...60...New York
Edward E Tyner ...28...IN...attorney at law

1880 census...Peru, Miami, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254298; NA Film Number ...T9-0298; Page Number ...494B
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
James N. Tyner ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...55 ...IN ...Lawyer ...KY ...KY
Cristenia Tyner ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...33 ...NY ...Keeping House ...NY ...NY
Lillie E. Tyner ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...26 ...IN ...At Home ...IN ...NY
Mary Humiston...MotherL ...W ...Female ...W ...79 ...NY ......NY ...NY

Congressional Biography for TYNER, James Noble, 1826-1904
TYNER, James Noble, a Representative from Indiana; born in Brooksville, Franklin County, Ind., January 17, 1826; pursued an academic course, and was graduated from Brooksville Academy in 1844; spent ten years in business; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1857 and commenced practice in Peru, Ind.; secretary of the State senate 1857-1861; special agent of the Post Office Department 1861-1866; elected as a Republican to the Forty-first Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Representative-elect Daniel D. Pratt; reelected to the Forty-second and Forty-third Congresses and served from March 4, 1869, to March 3, 1875; appointed Second Assistant Postmaster General, serving from February 26, 1875, to July 12, 1876, and as Postmaster General from July 12, 1876, to March 3, 1877; appointed First Assistant Postmaster General, and served from March 16, 1877, until his resignation on October 29, 1881; delegate to the International Postal Congress at Paris in 1878 and at Washington in 1897; Assistant Attorney General for the Post Office Department from 1889 to 1893, and again from 1897 to 1903; died in Washington, D.C., December 5, 1904; interment in Oak Hill Cemetery.

TYNER, James Noble, postmaster-general, born in Brookville, Indiana, 17 January, 1826. He was graduated at Brookville academy in 1844, and from 1846 till 1854 was associated with his father in business. He then studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1857, and practised in Peru, Indiana He was secretary of the Indiana senate in 1857-'61, a presidential elector in 1860, and from 1861 till 1866 served as a special agent of the post-office department. He was chosen to congress as a Republican, to fill the vacancy caused by the election of Daniel D. Pratt to the United States senate, and served from 1869 till 1875, being a member of the committees on appropriations and post-offices. President Grant then appointed him second assistant postmaster-general, and from the resignation of Marshall Jewell till the end of Grant's administration, 3 March, 1877, he was postmaster-general. In April, 1877, he became first assistant postmaster-general, which office he resigned in October, 1881. Mr. Tyner was the delegate from the United States to the International postal congress in Paris in 1878.
Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001 VirtualologyTM

page 78 of A Biographical History of Eminent and Self-Made Men of the State of Indiana, 1880
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TYNER, JAMES NOBLE, of Peru, First Assistant Postmaster-general of the United States, was born at Brookville, Indiana, January 17, 1826. He is the eldest of eleven children of Richard and Martha S. W. S. (Noble) Tyner. His father, a native of South Carolina, was a pioneer of Indiana, and and for forty years a leading merchant of the south-eastern portion of the state. His mother's brothers were men of ability and prominence. Noah Noble was Governor of Indiana; James Noble was elected to the United States Senate about the time Indiana was admitted to the Union, serving fourteen years, and was a member of that body at the time of his death; Lazarus Noble was at one time register of the land office at Indianapolis; and George T. Noble for a number of years held various local positions in Wayne County. James N. Tyner, the subject of this sketch, was educated in the Brookville Academy, and in 1846 removed to Cambridge City, where for five years he was engaged in selling goods and in carrying on an extensive grain and provision trade. In June, 1851, he established himself permanently in Peru, and there continued for some time in the same business. Subsequently he entered upon the practice of the law in the firm of Brown & Tyner-a partnership, with occasional intermissions, was maintained until quite recently. Mr. Tyner was at first a Whig, and since the organization of the Republican party has been one of its most faithful supporters. In 1856 he was the Republican candidate for Representative to the Indiana legislature, but was defeated by a small majority, on a strictly party vote. He served four sessions, from 1856 to 1862, as one of the secretaries of the state Senate. In 1861 he was appointed Special Agent of the Post-office Department, have charge of the postal service of Indiana and Illinois, and during part of the time of the entire country. In 1866 he was removed by an order from President Johnson. In 1869 Mr. Tyner was elected Representative to Congress from the Eighth Indiana District, and by re-election served in this position three terms, during two of which he was one of the Committee on Post-offices and Post roads. He was considered the best informed member of Congress on postal affairs. The increased mail facilities secured by him for his district, with every portion of which he was personally familiar, were highly appreciated by his intelligent constituents. He was also acting chairman of the Committee on Public Grounds and Public Buildings during his second term; and many important repairs in the Capitol building and furniture were made under his supervision. During his third term he served on the Committee of Appropriations, the most important and powerful of the House committees. At the expiration of his term as Congressman, on the urgent solicitation of President Grant and Governor Jewell, Postmaster-general, Mr. Tyner accepted the position of Second Assistant Postmaster-general, and for sixteen months had full charge of all the mail contracts of the United States. Upon the retirement of Governor Jewell, Mr. Tyner was appointed Postmaster-general, and served as such from July, 1876, to March, 1877, the expiration of President Grant's administration. Upon the inauguration of President Hayes, and the appointment of David M. Key as Postmaster-general, by the continuous solicitation of these gentlemen Mr. Tyner was induced to return to the Post-office Department, as First Assistant Postmaster-general, to take entire charge of the general business of the Department, and of the appointments in the postal service of the Northern and border states. This position he fulfilled to the entire satisfaction of his superior in office and of the country at large; his long experience and excellent executive ability especially qualifying him for the office. Postmaster-general Blair's expressed opinion, that an energetic and efficient special agent could do the public greater service by expediting the transportation and delivery of the military mails than by serving either as a private or a commissioned officer in the volunteer army, prevented Mr. Tyner from resigning his position in the postal service and entering the army during the late Civil War. Mr. Tyner was brought up in the Methodist Episcopal Church, but is not now connected with any religious denomination. He married his first wife, Dena L. Humiston, daughter of Lewis Humiston, of Cambridge City, November 8, 1848. This estimable lady died in 1870, leaving one son, Albert H. Tyner--now of Chicago, Illinois-and one daughter. December 24, 1872, Mr. Tyner was married to Christine Hinds, daughter of John P. Hinds, late of Washington, District of Columbia. His business duties are very laborious and confining; hence he is seldom permitted to visit his home, and then only for a day or two at a time. He is a conscientious, systematic public officer; no Representative ever served a constituency more promptly and faithfully. His high personal character has secured the esteem of the community in which he has lived more than twenty years. He is tall, erect, and slender, and enjoys vigorous health.

Tombstones:
Christine Hinds
wife of James N. Tyner
Born in Trumansburgh, New York
August 15, 1845
Died at Washington, D. C.
February 29, 1916

Jame N. Tyner
Born in Brookville, Indiana
January 17, 1826
Died at Washington, D. C.
December 5, 1904
Statesman

Mother
Malinda A. Arundell
Born in Vienna, New Jersey
October 27, 1816
Died at Tryon, North Carolina
October 22, 1898

Edward M. Hinds
Born in Trumansburg, New York
June 5, 1843
Died at Washington, D. C.
February 28, 1875

http://www.tyner.org/html/history.html
Tyner A Nice Place To Live

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

Children of JAMES TYNER and DEMA HUMISTON are:
.....i......ALBERT H. TYNER, b. Abt. 1850, Cambridge, Wayne, Indiana.

Notes for ALBERT H. TYNER:
The 1880 census; Chicago, Cook, IL; Family History Library Film ...1254186; NA Film Number ...T9-0186; ...Page Number ...205C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Mary A. Burgess...Self ...S ...Female ...W ...42 ...CAN ...Keeping House ...ENG ...ENG
Frances Burgess...Sister ...S ...Female ...W ...39 ...CAN ......ENG ...ENG
Albert H. Tyner...Other ...M ...Male ...W ...29 ...IN ...Supt. Post Office ...NY ...NY
Agatha N. Tyner...Other ...M ...Female ...W ...27 ...NY ......NY ...NY
Katie Tyner...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...3 ...IN ......IN ...NY
Annie Watsack...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...15 ...WI ...General Housework ...BOHEMIA ...BOHEMIA

Original data: North Dakota. 1915 North Dakota State Census and 1925 North Dakota State Census. State Archives and Historical Research Library, State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, North Dakota.
June 1, 1885
Albert H Tyner...35...IN, IN, OH...real estate
Agatha N Tyner...34...NY, NY, NY...
Katie N Tyner...8...IN, IN, NY...dau

Year: 1900; Census Place: Chicago Ward 32, Cook, Illinois; Roll: 286; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 1017; FHL microfilm: 1240286
James Nellis...72...Oct 1828...NY, NY, NY...widowed...retired
Aggatha N Tyner...45...Nov 1854...NY, NY, NY...married 24 years...1 child, 1 living...dau
Catharine Tyner...24...Jan 1876...IN, IN, NY...granddau
Albert H Tyner...50...Jan 1850...IN, IN, IN...married 24 years...postal service...son-in-law
Lillia Tyner...45...May 1855...IN, IN, IN...boarder
Grace E Claxton...3...Mar 1897...CA, England, CA...boarder

Year: 1910; Census Place: Chicago Ward 3, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T624_243; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0238; FHL microfilm: 1374256
Jas Nellis...82...NY, NY, NY...widowed...rents home...retired
Albert H Tyner...59...NY, NY, NY...employer, mining, mineral...1 child, 1 living...son-in-law
Agatha N Tyner...55...NY, NY, IN...dau
Catherine N Tyner...31...IN, NY, NY...clerk, post office...granddau
Lillian Tyner...55...IN, NY, IN...clerk, post office

Year: 1920; Census Place: 4355 Greenwood Ave., Chicago Ward 3, Cook (Chicago), Illinois; Roll: T625_313; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 153; Image: 106
Agatha N Tyner...65...NY, NY, NY...widowed
Catherine Tyner...37...IN, IN, NY...clerk, govt. office...dau

.....ii......LILLIAN E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1854, Cambridge, Wayne, Indiana, USA. She lived with her brother and his family until the 1930 census, when she was a 76-year-old boarder in a home in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA. She had been a clerk in the Post Office.

312. MISSOURI TYNER (RICHARD, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1830 in Indiana, USA, and died March 08, 1894 in Pennsylvania, USA. She married JOHN WILSON GUITEAU, son of LUTHER GUITEAU and JANE HOWE. He was born Abt. 1833 in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan, USA.

Notes for MISSOURI TYNER:
1880 - Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T9_556; Family History Film: 1254556; Page: 180.1000; Enumeration District: 666; Image: 0021
John Guiteau...47...MI, NY, NY...agent in life insurance
Missouri Guiteau...49...IN, KY, SC...keeping house
Charles C. Guiteau...22...IA, MI, IN...clerk in life insurance
Gertrude Guiteau...16...Iowa, MI, IN...attends school
Annie Mulcahy...19...Ireland, Ireland, Ireland...servant

Children of MISSOURI TYNER and JOHN GUITEAU are:
.....i......CHARLES C. GUITEAU, b. Abt. 1858, Iowa, USA.
.....ii......GERTRUDE GUITEAU, b. Abt. 1864, Iowa, USA.

313. RICHARD HENRY TYNER (RICHARD, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 02, 1831 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died April 29, 1907 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. For forty years, Richard Henry Tyner was a merchant in Fairfield, Franklin County, IN. He married ANNA M. MILLER July 08, 1856 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. She died October 04, 1900 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see a photo of her tombstone in Maple Grove Cemetery, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA (FAG #47715534). RIchard has a FAG Memorial Page at 47715579, but no tombstone photo. Is he really buried there? In fact, is this a sibling of HENRY RICHARD TYNER, below, or is one of them mistakenly attached to this line?

Notes for RICHARD HENRY TYNER:
Source for children: Don T. Mitchell's World Tree at Ancestry.com

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Fairfield, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: M593_315; Page: 323; Image: 201.
Richard Tyner...38...IN...merchant...$1800 real estate...$500...
Anna Tyner...31...IN
Mary L Tyner...9...IN
Rosa Tyner...3...IN

1880 - Fairfield, Franklin, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Fairfield, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: T9_278; Family History Film: 1254278; Page: 305.1000; Enumeration District: 82; Image: 0271.
Richard Tyner...48...IN, SC, VA...dry goods merchant
Anna M. Tyner...41...IN, MD, OH
Rosa W. Tyner...13...IN, IN, IN...dau
Mary L. Tyner...19...IN, IN, IN...dau...schoolteacher

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Fairfield, Franklin, Indiana; Roll: T623 372; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 22.
Richard H Tyner...68...1831...IN, SC, VA...dealer general merchandise
Anna M Tyner...61...Apr 1839...IN, MD, OH...2 kids, 2 living
Rose W Tyner...29...Nov 1870...post mistress

History of Johnson County, Indiana by Elba L. Branigin
Page 613: .....On May 31, 1883, Mr. Crecraft was married to Mary Luella Tyner, the daughter of Richard Henry and Ann (Miller) Tyner. To them have been born three children, Earle Willis, Albert Tyner, and Richard Tyner, of whom Albert T. died in infancy, Earle Willis is a graduate of Franklin College and received the Master of Arts degree from Columbia University, where he taught in 1912, and he will later receive another degree in history and political science. Mr. and Mrs. Crecraft are active members of the Presbyterian church, move in the best social circles of their community and enjoy marked popularity.
.....The parents of Mrs. Crecraft were natives of Franklin County, Indiana, and had two daughters, Mary Luella and Rose Willis, the latter being the wife of Arthur A. Alexander, who is president of the Citizens' National Bank of Franklin, and who is referred to elsewhere in this book. Richard Henry Tyner was the son of Richard and Martha Sedgwick Willis Swift (Noble) Tyner and was born in Brookville, Indiana, September 2, 1831, being one of twelve children. His father was a son of William E. Tyner, a pioneer Baptist preacher of Indiana, who had emigrated to this state from South Carolina and who built one of the first Baptist churches in the state, south of Brookville, in 1812. His wife, Elizabeth Hackleman, was the aunt of Pleasant A. Hackleman. Richard Tyner was one of the early settlers of Brookville , where he was an important factor in the business life of the community, conducting an extensive mercantile establishment. Afterwards he moved to Davenport, Iowa. His wife was a member of the Noble family that emigrated from Virginia to Kentucky, thence to Indiana. She was a daughter of Dr. Thomas Noble, a surgeon in the Revolutionary war, who was related to Richard Henry Lee, of Virginia, whence comes the name Richard Henry Tyner. She was a sister of James and Noah Noble. The latter was one of the first governors of Indiana, while James Noble was one of the first United States senators from the state, serving from 1816 to 1831, his death occurring the latter year in Washington. The ivory-headed cane carried by him while senator is now in the possession of Mr. and Mrs. Crecraft.
.....Richard Henry Tyner, father of Mrs. Crecraft, never held public office, but always bore an active part in the business and political life of the community. He was a delegate to the first Republican state convention in Indiana and took an active part in the organization of the party. In his early lifehe was associated with the Cincinnati Banking Association and traveled over Indiana during the period of "wild-cat" currency as an inspector or examiner. His brother James Noble Tyner was a congressman from this state and was assistant postmaster-general under President Grant, and during the latter part of that administration he became postmaster-general. He was afterwards, during Republican administrations, connected with the postoffice department, either as assistant postmaster-general or attorney general, until shortly before his death. Another brother, Gen. Noah Noble Tyner, was a brave soldier during the Civil war, and still another brother, George N. Tyner, of Holyoke, Massachusetts, was connected with the Holyoke Paper Mills and in 1900-1 was a member of the Massachusetts State Senate.

INDIANA DEATHS, 1882--1920
Name: Richard N. Tyner
Date: 29 Apr 1907
Location: Franklin
Age: 75 yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: County Health Office, Franklin
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book H-21 on page 10 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration

Children of RICHARD TYNER and ANNA MILLER are:
780.....i......MARY LUELLA TYNER, b. Abt. 1861. On May 31, 1883 she married ALBERT N. CRECRAFT.
......ii......ROSE WILLIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1867 Franklin County, Indiana, USA, married ARTHUR A. ALEXANDER in December 1903. At findagrave.com see photos of their tombstones in Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, USA.

Year: 1910; Census Place: 60 Madison St., Franklin Ward 3, Johnson, Indiana; Roll: T624_359; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 0119; FHL microfilm: 1374372
Arthur A Alexander,,,39...IN, IN, IN...owns unmortgaged home...married 7 years...bank president
Rose W Alexander...38...IN, IN, IN
Katie Holtz...49...OH, VA, VA...divorced...house servant...1 child, 0 living

Year: 1920; Census Place: 100 North Avenue, Franklin Ward 3, Johnson, Indiana; Roll: T625_441; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 136; Image: 1110
Arthur Alexander...49...IN, IN, IN...bank president
Rose W. Alexander...48...IN, IN, IN
Robert A. Todd...28...IN, OH, IN...married...nephew...bank teller

314. HENRY RICHARD TYNER (RICHARD, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born about 1844 in Indiana, USA. He died on 22 Oct 1892 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA. He married KATY ?. She was born about 1854 in Ohio, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone in Plot: Section 2 of Oakdale Memorial Gardens, Davenport, Scott, Iowa, USA. Is it possible that this family had a son named Richard Henry Tyner AND a son named Henry Richard Tyner, or is one of them mistakenly attached to this line?

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

Illinois, Cook County Deaths 1878-1922.” Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2010. Illinois Department of Public Health has Henry R. Tyner, born 1844 Indiana, died 18 Oct 1892 Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, buried in Davenport, Iowa, married, Supt. Postal Station.

Davenport Daily Republican, Davenport, IA. 21 October 1892
Wednesday, at his home in Chicago, occurred the death of a former well known and popular citizen of Davenport, Harry R. Tyner. He leaves a wife and one son to mourn his death. The cause of his death was paralysis. The remains will be brought to this city for interment. The services will be held in the Kimball House parlors.

…..i…..GEORGE PARKER TYNER, b. 26 Apr 1876 Davenport, Scott, Iowa, USA; died 18 Mar 1957. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone with wife Louise in Plot: Sec: 2, Site: 3454 of Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. It says "Brigadier General US Army" and gives their years of birth and death.


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