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


by Jane A. Leavell

GENERATION NO. 7, part 3

427. JACOB TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 18, 1819 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died August 10, 1901 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) NANCY MOORE October 08, 1837 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of GARNER MOORE and PEGGY LINES. She was born April 08, 1816 in Rush County, Indiana, and died October 23, 1867 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (2) MARGARET S. POSTON April 16, 1868 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ELIAS POSTON and HESTER FARRA. She was born January 22, 1831 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, USA, and died September 16, 1875 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married (3) SARAH MARGARET BEAVER September 01, 1884 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, daughter of MICHAEL BEAVER and JEMIMA MOORE. She was born October 27, 1848 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, and died July 18, 1917 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. Jacob shares a tombstone with Nancy in Treaty Cemetery, Treaty, Wabash, Indiana. Margaret is buried in Old LaFontaine Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana. Sarah is buried in Plot: B L194 of La Fontaine IOOF Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for JACOB TYNER:

JACOB TYNER
.....The subject of this review is one of the few pioneers of Wabash county who lived to see the dawn of a new century and is among the oldest early settlers of Liberty township living at this time. He is one of those grand old men who have cleared away the forests, changing the wilderness as if by magic from the home of savage beast to beautiful and valuable farms and thriving cities and villages.
.....Jacob Tyner is a native of Franklin county, Ind. He was born near Brookville, July 18, 1819, the same year that the good Queen Victoria of Great Britain was born. He was the first of seven sons born to John and Nancy (Sailors) Tyner, three of whom are living, as follows: Jacob, the eldest, subject of this biographical review; Lewis J., who resides in Wabash, Ind.; and Beverly W., a resident of Curtisville, Ind.
.....The father, John Tyner, was born in South Carolina in the year 1800. When he was a child of about five years he removed with his parents to Franklin county, Ind., the long and perilous journey being made on pack horses. Here he grew to manhood and married at an early age Miss Nancy Sailors, who was his faithful companion until death separated them. He was an honest, industrious young man and worked as a day laborer, clearing the forests and rolling logs to earn the money with which he purchased eighty acres of land in Rush county, Ind. He resided in Rush county until 1849. when he removed to Wabash county, where he died in 1870. Mother Tyner was also a native of South Carolina. She was born in 1799 and died in 1876.
...Mr. and Mrs. Tyner were both faithful, conscientious members of the Baptist church. Mr. [John] Tyner's father for more than sixty years was a minister of that demonination and established the first Baptist church ever organized in the state of Ohio. [This is the Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 2 miles south of Brookville, Franklin Co., Ind., which was founded 1806 in Indiana Territory. DTM]
...Although Jacob Tyner, of this review, was born in Franklin county, Ind., he was reared in Rush county, where he resided until he was twenty-eight years of age. His opportunities for gaining an education were meager, but he attended the subscription schools of his neighborhood and acquired what was then considered a fair education. The school-houses of that early date were log structures with clapboard roof, puncheon floors, broad fireplaces and rude benches. The Eclectic series of reader and spelling book were the only text books in use at that time and the teachers generally followed Solomon's advice in dealing with children, "Lickin' and Larnin'" went hand in hand, regardless of the social position or the age and size of the pupil. What a contrast between the primitive educational advantages of Mr. Tyner's boyood and all the excellent advantages offered to the youth of to-day! It is to such industrious, public-spirited pioneers as our subject that the young people of to-day are indebted for the liberal educational facilities that they enjoy.
.....When he was a resident of Rush county Mr. [Jacob] Tyner was engaged in teaming and made frequent trips to Cincinnati, Ohio. He also moved eight families to Wabash county, Ind., and on one of their trips he purchased a claim of eighty acres of land. Mr. Tyner has in his possession the government deed for this land, the document bearing the signature of Zachary Taylor under date of May 1, 1849. This tract was the beginning of Mr. Tyner's present extensive estate and contains the buildings of the old homestead where he now resides. In 1849, two years after Mr. Tyner became a resident of Wabash county, he purchased a sawmill near the site of the twin bridges in Liberty township. In eighteen months Mr. Tyner had cleared the property of an indebtedness of $1,900 and then exchanged a one-half interest in it for eighty acres of land. Timber of the best varieties in the world was abundant and cheap. Mr. Tyner onece purchased a walnut log three and one-half feet in diameter for three dollars and sawed it into shingles. It made nearly six thousand shingles. Such a log would now be worth at least $125.
.....Mr. Tyner has been married three times. He was first married at the age of nineteen to Miss Nancy Moore, who was his loving helpmate and companion for thirty years. None of the children born to them are living. His second wife was Mrs. Margaret (Poston) Perkins and two children, a son and daughter, born to them are still living. They are Ezekiel, a prosperous and enterprising merchant of Wabash, Ind., a member of the popular firm of Clark & Tyner, and Bertha is the wife of Mr. Henry H. Kerr, of Liberty township, Wabash county.
.....In September, 1884, Mr. Tyner was united in marriage to Mrs. Sarah (Beaver) Smith, and one child, a charming little daughter, Miss Melissa, has been born to them. Mrs. Tyner is the daughter of Michael and Jemima (Moore) Beaver, and was born in Rush county, Ind., October 27, 1848. Her father, Michael Beaver, who was a native of Kentucky, was born in the year 1819 and died in 1892. Mother Beaver was also born in 1819 and is still living at her home in LaBett county, Kan. Although eighty-four years of age, she is remarkably strong and active, retaining her mental faculties unimpaired.
.....Mrs. Tyner was first wedded in the year 1869 to William T. Smith, and five children were born to them. They are all living and are as follows: William A. resides in Boone county, Ind.; Clement, who resides in the same locality; Roxana, wife of Charles A. Rers, resides on the Tyner homestead; Ross, a resident of Rush county, Ind.; and Leroy, of Liberty township, Wabash county, Ind.
.....Jacob Tyner has lived through the wonderful Victorian age of progress in science and achievements in man's industrial life. He has witnessed the marvelous development of railroads, steamboats, printing press, electrical appliances and all the achievements of the nineteenth century in science and invention, and to him none of these are more marvelous than the development of the county in which he lives. When he removed to Wabash county, in 1847, the present beautiful city [Wabash, the county seat] of 8,700 was a hamlet of a few log cabins and one store. The wilderness was almost unbroken; Indians were numerous and wild animals abundant. Instead of the fine gravel roads, iron bridges and fertile farms of to-day were the blazed route through the forest, the treacherous fords across the streams and the blackened stumps of the clearing. Mr. Tyner has spent fifty-five years of his eventful life in Wabash county, and the growth and development of the county from a primeval forest to a well-improved, prosperous farming community is but little less marvelous than the wonderful discoveries and inventions in the realm of science. Mr. Tyner's religious creed is embodied in the Golden Rule. He is a man of high moral character and his life has been one of emulation. Although he is not an active church member, he has contributed to the erection of several churches in his vicinity. No man in the county has done more to further the advancement of his community than has Mr. Tyner. Politically he was first a Whig, but with the organization of the Republican party he espoused its cause, casting his vote for Gen. John C. Fremont, the first Republican candidate for president. He has always remained loyal to the party and still manifests much interest in questions of a political nature. He is an octogenarian, and his sun is fast setting beneath the western horizon of life, a life which has been fraught with hard manual toil and industry. His industry has been fully rewarded, as he is a man of wealth. His estate numbers about three hundred and eighty acres in Liberty Twp.
Source: p. 381 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 John Tyner (1800-1870), father of Jacob.
1870 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M593_367; Page: 102A; Image: 204.
Jacob Tyner...51...IN...farmer
Margaret Tyner...39...IN...keeping house
Ezekiel Tyner...1...IN
Maude Perkins...16...IN
Orpheus Perkins...13...IN...female
Wilson, Isaiah Wilson...25...laborer
He's inbetween two Elijah Tyners on this census

Children of JACOB TYNER and MARGARET POSTON are:
782......i......EZEKIEL DELMONT TYNER, b. February 05, 1870, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. October 17, 1949, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.
783......ii......BERTHA E. TYNER, b. July 23, 1872, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.

Child of JACOB TYNER and SARAH BEAVER is:
.....iii......MELISSA L. TYNER, b. December 1887, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married JOHN VERNE BRADLEY, born 17 Oct 1876 Wabash County, Indiana, died 29 Jan 1955 Wabash, Wabash, Indiana. Melissa gave birth to son Charles on October 10, and both died 25 Oct 1906, buried together in Sec F, lot 15, sp 1 of Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana. His gravesite is unmarked.

428. WILLIAM STEVEN TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 23, 1820 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died August 30, 1896 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He married (1) NANCY JANE LINES June 06, 1839 in Rush County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1822 in Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, and died sometime before 1847. He married (2) MARY ELLEN WASHBURN December 26, 1847 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOSEPH WASHBOURN and AGNES MANN. She was born April 01, 1828 in Rush County, Illinois, USA, and died October 18, 1885 in Homeplace, Quenema, near Ottawa, Osage, Kansas, USA. Mary Ellen Washburn Tyner was buried in Evergreen Mound Baxter Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM STEVEN TYNER:

A STANDARD HISTORY OF KANSAS AND KANSANS, written and compiled by William E. Connelley, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, copyright 1918; transcribed October, 1997.
.....WILLIAM S. TYNER was one of the early settlers of Kansas, though he lived in the state only a few years, but founded a family which has become especially well known and prominent in Osage County
.....The Tyners were an old and prominent family of Indiana. William S. Tyner was one of seven sons and was born on a farm in Rush County, Indiana, September 20, 1820. His parents were John and Nancy (Sailors) Tyner, both Indiana people. William S. Tyner was a cousin of James N. Tyner, who served as postmaster general under President Hayes.
.....The early education of William S. Tyner was acquired in the district school of Bush County. When he was nineteen years of age his family removed to Wabash County in that state. In 1842 William Tyner married Mary Washburn of Indiana. Six children were born to their union: Milton, deceased; Helen, Mrs. Hiza Wilson of Michigan Valley, Kansas; Jonas of California; Willis H. of Lyndon; Arminda; who lives on the old homestead in Indiana; Edgar, deceased; and Melvin of Arcadia, Tennessee.
.....The Indiana home of William S. Tyner for many years was a 160-acre farm. There he and his wife reared their family. In 1869 he followed two of his older sons, Milton and Jonas, to Kansas, located on a farm of a quarter section in Douglas County. In Douglas County he became prominent as a citizen and did much to build up that country in the years following the war. He was very active on the farm and in community affairs until the death of his wife in 1884. He then returned to Wabash, Indiana, and lived retired until his death. William S. Tyner was always favorably impressed and an enthusiastic advocate of the advantages and opportunities of the great State of Kansas. This was true despite the fact that he had weathered the storms and vicissitudes of early Kansas farming. He endured the troubles of the grasshopper year, the drought, and practically all the other hardships which the people of that time had to endure. Though a loyal republican, William S. Tyner was no politician and never held an office. He was an active member of the Grange and both he and his wife were devout Baptists and active in church work. During his residence in Kansas he identified himself with the upbuilding of schools and churches and lent a helping hand to everything for community good.
.....Willis H. Tyner, a son of this old time settler, is one of the foremost citizens of Lyndon in Osage County. He was born on a farm near Wabash, Indiana, January 14, 1852. He attended school there and worked on a farm and was about seventeen years of age when he came with his parents to Kansas. After several years in this state he returned to Indiana. Mr. Tyner married Rebecca Moore of Baldwin, Kansas, but a native of Illinois. Her parents were Leroy and Sarah (Eliott) Moore, who on coming to Kansas located at Ottawa. Leroy Moore was deputy sheriff of Franklin County two terms and had also served as sheriff for two terms in Mercer County, Illinois.
.....When the plague of grasshoppers swept Kansas during the '70s, Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Tyner went baek to Indiana, where he rented a farm of 160 acres. Later he rented 300 acres near Wabash, and lived there for twelve years, enjoying a steadily increasing prosperity. In the meantime he had not forgotten Kansas, and his admiration for the state grew apace and finally brought him back within its limits. Mr. Tyner bought eighty acres in Junction Township of Osage County on One Hundred Ten Creek, and when he retired he had 117 acres of fine farming land which he sold. In 1903 he bought 160 acres near Lyndon, and lived on and managed that place until 1909. After renting his farm he moved into the city of Lyndon, and became the active business partner of L. T. Hussey, now state fire marshal. They were engaged in the real estate and insurance business under the name of Hussey & Tyner, and they were also closely associated in much public-spirited and welfare work. Mr. Tyner served as township trustee of Valley Brook Township for two years, in 1909-10, and was a member of the town council of Lyndon from 1909 to 1915. While township trustee he and Mr. Hussey, who was then mayor of Lyndon, did much to acquire a Carnegie library for the city. While in the council Mr. Tyner was interested in the adoption of the light, water and sewer system, and he also helped to extend the lines of the electric light plant to Quenemo and Malvern, two towns now lighted from the municipal plant of Lyndon.
.....Mr. Tyner is an active republican, served for nine years as trustee of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge and is a member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. He and his wife are members of the Christian Church. To their marriage were born two children: Cora Belle is now Mrs. S. B. Reed of Barton County, Kansas; Nora May, now deceased, was formerly Mrs. Calvin Leonard, of Quenemo, Kansas. Mrs. Leonard is survived by two daughters, Cora and Ruth.

William S. was a Baptist and a member of the Grange.

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM TYNER and MARY WASHBURN:
.....Be it known, that on 25th day of December in the year eighteen hundred and forty 7 a marriage license was issued to William Tyner and Mary Washburn Which said license is in the words and figures following, to-wit: State of Indiana, Rush County--To any person empowered by law to solemnize marriages in the county of Rush, Greeting: You are hereby authorized to join together as husband and wife. Mr. William Tyner and Miss Mary Washburn according to the laws of the State of Indiana. In testimony wherfor, I Pleasant A. Hackleman Clerk of the Circuit Court of said Co., hereunto subscribe my name, and affix the seal of said Court, at Rushville, this 25th day of December A. D. 1847. P. A. Hackleman Clerk.
.....The marriage of whom is thus certified: State of Indiana, Rush Co., I, the undersigned a justice of the Peace for said county do hereby certify that William Tyner and Mary Washburn were legally joined together as husband and wife, on the 26th day of December 1847, by me. Cert filed February 5th 1848 Elijah Hackleman seal Jus of Peace

1850 Wabash Co., IN, Liberty Twp. Family #15
William Tyner, 29 yr male, Farmer, IN, $900
Mary Tyner, 21 yr... female, IN
Milton Tyner, 7 yr ...male, IN
Helen M. Tyner, 5 yr ...female, IN
Jonas A. Tyner, 1 yr... male, IN
Irmindia I. Tyner, ...4 month... female, IN

1860 Liberty, Wabash, Indiana Post Office: Lagro Roll: M653_304 Page: 438
W L Tyner ...M ...37... farmer ...4000 real, 1000 personal... IN
Mary Tyner ...32... F... housewife... IN
Milton Tyner...17... M... Laborer... IN
Helen Tyner...15... F... IN
Jonas Tyner...12... M... IN
Armanda Tyner...10 ...M...IN
Willis H Tyner...8... M ...IN
Edgar Tyner...1... M... IN

1870 Willow Springs, Douglas, Kansas Post Office: Willow Springs Roll: M593_433 Page: 488 Image: 527
William S Tyner...49 ...M...W... famer... 6400 real, 1200 personal...IN
Mary Tyner...42... F...W ...keeping house... IN
Willis H Tyner...1 M...W ...at home... IN
Edgar A Tyner...12... M...W... at home... IN
Melvin Tyner...8/12 ...M...W ...KS

Below is the text of a letter written by him from Kansas back to his son-in-law E M Thompson (married to Arminda Tyner) Indiana. Pass it around if you wish. He was older and he wanted to return to his old home farm in Indiana
Michigan Valley
Osage County
Kansas
April the 5th, 1883
Once again I take my pen in hand to answer you most kind and welldone Leter(.) it All ways does me good to receive a letter from you(.) I get the changes And in fact All the important News which I like to here(.) I would like to Here from the Minda(.) she could right A little in your letter if she cannot Right a full letter A lone for if Minda And all of my children knew how I felt for them they would right (.) I know for if I could have done as woushed to do I would of bin on My old farm to day for I fixt that for to remain on it as long as I lived, but so it is & I will do as Nil(?) right as I know how(.) the weather is dry and coold (.) it is hard On the wheat(.) the ground is in fine kelter of a plowing(.) Milt and Isaiah is don plowing for corn(.) they will Plant this coming weak. Theadore Tyner is building a house (.) He rented his corn ground out this year(.) theadore is doing well(.) His wife is not well(.) She does the Most of her work(.) Milt and Healen is Not st! out this spring(.) They cant do any work scarcely(.) My healt is good except the Piles that has bothered Me this spring very bad(.) it is the water so hard it does No A gree with Me(.) as soon as I can get ever thing fixt as I want to I will leave Here(.) there is a great many complaining here (.) it is not Healty country(.) Stalk of All kinds is hye bout as it is there from what you said in your Leter(.) yours truly (.) right soon. your father till death W. S. Tyner

Be it known, that on 25th day of December in the year eighteen hundred and forty 7 a marriage license was issued to William Tyner and Mary Washburn Which said license is in the words and figures following, to-wit: State of Indiana, Rush County--To any person empowered by law to solemnize marriages in the county of Rush, Greeting: You are hereby authorized to join together as husband and wife. Mr. William Tyner and Miss Mary Washburn according to the laws of the State of Indiana.
In testimony wherfor, I Pleasant A. Hackleman Clerk of the Circuit Court of said county, hereunto subscribe my name, and affix the seal of said Court, at Rushville, this 25th day of December A. D. 1847. P. A. Hackleman Clerk. The marriage of whom is thus certified: State of Indiana, Rush County,
I, the undersigned a justice of the Peace for said county do hereby certify that William Tyner and Mary Washburn were legally joined together as husband and wife, on the 26th day of December 1847, by me.
Cert. filed February 5th 1848 Elijah Hackleman seal Jus of Peace

From Rootsweb Tyner mailing list, 1/27/04:
.....Mary Ellen Washburn Tyner was the second wife of William S. Tyner, Milton Tyner's father. Mary Ellen is buried at Evergreen Cemetery near Quenemo, a couple miles west of Ottawa Kansas. Her sister, Vashti, is buried beside her. At this cemetery, also found some other cousins, not related to the Tyners, but from Wasbash Co, Indiana.
.....Mary Ellen's twin brother, Dr. Jonas Washburn, was a doctor who moved to Ottawa before the Civil War. He was a big abolitionist and his property was destroyed in Missouri where he lived prior to the Civil War
.....Her second cousin, George P Washburn, was the architect who designed the downtown Ottawa buildings so nicely restored.
.....Mary Ellen's sister Anna Minerva Washburn married Lewis Jackson Tyner. Lewis Jackson and Anna stayed in Indiana. Just want people to know there was other family in the area.
.....I have a letter from William S. Tyner sent back to Indiana. Dated April 5th 1883, Michigan Valley, Kansas it says "Milt & Iasiah (husband of Milton's sister Helen) is don(e) plowing for corn they will plant this coming week. Theadore Tyner is building a house. He rented his corn ground out this year.... His wife is not well(,) she does most of her work(.) Milt and Helen is not stout this spring they can't do any work scarcly. My health is good except the piles that has bothered me this spring very bad it is the water so hard it does not agree with me."
.....Also, Hackleman shows Milton Tyner being at Camp Larmine, Cooper County, Missouri 12/14/1861 Company I, 8th Regiment, Capt. Joseph P. Thompson. Milton sent $25 home. He sent $35 home 10/7/1862. (Pages 351 and 354 Elijah Hackleman Scrapbook)
.....Hope this update helps.

Oak Hill Cemetery, Quenemo, Osage County, Kansas
Tyner, Mary, b. 8 July 1878, d. 24 July 1944
Tyner, Charles, b. 16 Feb 1875, d. 4 Jan 1962
Tyner, Milton, b. 14 Oct 1842, d. 6 Apr 1904, Corp Co I 8 Reg Ind Vol Inf
Tyner, Augusta A, b. 22 Apr 1847, d. 27 May 1945
Tyner, T G, b. 1841, d. 1909
Tyner, Sarah J, b. 1846, d. 1925, wife of T G

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and NANCY LINES are:
784......i......MILTON TYNER, b. October 14, 1842, Wabash County, Indiana; d. April 16, 1904, Quenemo, Osage, Kansas.
.....ii......HELEN MARY TYNER, b. October 18, 1844, Rush County, Indiana; d. August 17, 1917, Osage County, Kansas; m. ISIAH WILSON, February 03, 1871, Wabash County, Indiana; b. October 1844, Indiana; d. November 28, 1912, Osage County, Kansas.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and MARY WASHBURN are:
785......iii......JONAS ADDISON TYNER, b. October 10, 1848, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. January 04, 1919, Berkley, Alameda, California, USA.
786......iv......ARMINDA JANE TYNER, b. February 20, 1850, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana; d. November 01, 1899, Lafontaine, Wabash, Indiana.
787......v......WILLIS HANSFORD TYNER, b. January 14, 1852, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. February 17, 1933, Lyndon, Osage, Kansas, USA.
788......vi......EDGAR ALONZO TYNER, b. November 03, 1858, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. January 13, 1916, Fall River, Elk, Kansas, USA.
788A.....vii......LEWIS MELVIN TYNER, b. 15 September 1869, Baldwin, Douglas, Kansas, USA; worked in a flour mill in Tennessee; d. April 14, 1921, Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee, USA.

429. ELIJAH TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 29, 1822 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died 18 Sep 1876 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married ELIZABETH MILLER November 14, 1842 in Rush County, Indiana, USA. She was born 4 March 1924 in Virginia, USA, and died 14 June 1916 in Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana. They were buried in Harper Cemetery, LaFontaine, Wabash, IN; see photos of their tombstones at http://www.findagrave.com.

Notes for ELIJAH TYNER:
1850 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M432_178; Page: 331; Image: 71
Elijah Tyner...28...IN...farmer...$900
Elizabeth Tyner...24...VA
Flora Ann Tyner...6...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 437; Image: 439; Family History Library Film: 803304.
Elizah Tyner...38...IN...farmer...$3600 real estate...$1200 personal
Elizabeth Tyner...35...IN...housewife
Flora Tyner...16...IN

1870 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M593_367; Page: 102A; Image: 204.
Elijah Tyner...48...IN...farmer...$1000(?) real estate...$800 personal
Elizabeth Tyner...45...VA...keeping house
next door to daughter Flora Lines

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: 315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 311B; Enumeration District: 187; Image: 0624.
Pleasant A. Lines...40...IN, unknown, unknown...farmer
Alice A. Lines...36...IN, IN, VA
Elsworth Lines...17...IN, IN, IN...son
Arila Lines...13...IN, IN, IN...dau
Almah Lines...10...IN, IN, IN...son
John ...36...IN...servant...farm laborer (surname looks like Lines but page is very faded)
Elizabeth Tyner...58...VA...widowed...mother-in-law

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T624_386; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0148; Image: 241; FHL Number: 1374399.
Pleasant Lines...70...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general...married 48 years
Florence A Lines...66...IN, IN, VA...married 48 years...3 children, 2 living
Elizabeth Tyner...85...VA, VA, VA...widowed...mother-in-law

See photos of their shared tombstone at findagrave.com memorial 35636867 (her, claiming to be Harper Cemetery) or at 35452167 (him, Old LaFontaine Cemetery, which says "Note: He has 2 headstones. His widow outlived him by 40 years and there is a marker with both their names in Harper Cemetery adjacent to the Old LaFontaine Cemetery. His original marker still stands. No record that his remains were moved.")

THE DAILY PLAIN DEALER, Wabash, Indiana, Thursday Evening, June 15, 1916
PIONEER LADY PASSES BEYOND
MRS. ELIZABETH TYNER EXPIRED AT HOME NEAR TREATY, WEDNESDAY
INFIRMITIES OF OLD AGE
Was the Cause of Her Death--
Was 91 Years Old and Had
Lived Here for 70
Years
.....Mrs. Elizabeth Tyner, for the past 70 years a resident of Liberty township and one of the best known residents in the southern part of the county, passed away at her home , 1 1/2 miles south of Treaty, Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock. Death was due to the infirmities of old age.
.....Mrs. Tyner, who was formerly Miss Elizabeth Miller, was born in Virginia March 1, 1825, making her at the time of death more than 91 years of age. Seventy years ago she removed to Wabash county and settled in Liberty township where she maintained a permanent residence until death.
.....Thirty years after her removal to this county, Mrs. Tyner's husband, Elijah Tyner, passed to the great beyond. For the past 10 years, Mrs. Tyner lived with her daughter, Mrs. Pleasant Lines, south of Treaty.
.....The deceased leaves to survive her, one daughter, Mrs. Pleasant Lines, three half-brothers, and one half-sister. Two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. The great-great-grandchild was at the bedside of Mrs. Tyner when the end came.
.....Funeral services will be held from the late home, south of Treaty, Friday afternoon at one o'clock, at which Rev. Mr. Lines will officiate. Interment is in made in the Lafontaine cemetery.

Child of ELIJAH TYNER and ELIZABETH MILLER is:
......i......FLORA M. TYNER, b. August 03, 1843; d. December 12, 1922, Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She married PLEASANT ADAMS LINES December 29, 1862 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, son of THOMAS LINES and NANCY SAILORS. See the DESCENDANTS OF HENRY LINES genealogy on this website for descendants.

430. RICHARD TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 17, 1823 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died August 21, 1898 in Chester Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH JANE WELLMAN March 19, 1846 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, daughter of AARON WELLMAN and FANNY LINES. She was born March 02, 1829 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, and died December 14, 1889. See her brief obituary at http://www.findagrave.com which also has a photo of his alleged tombstone, although it looks unreadable. At findagrave.com see photos of their tombstones from Concord Cemetery, Wabash County, Indiana, USA. Why did some family trees say Richard is in Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, IN?

Notes for RICHARD TYNER:
Richard Tyner and Sarah Jane Wellman went in 1849 to Wabash County, Indiana; settled in Chester Township. He was buried in Concord, Wabash Co.

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Chester, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 396; Image: 398.
Richard Tyner...36...IN...farmer...$1000 real estate...$400 personal
Jane Tyner...21...IN
Salina Tyner...13...IN
Amanda Tyner...11...IN
Elijah Tyner...9...IN
Aaron Tyner...7...IN
John Tyner...5...IN
Robert Tyner...3...IN
Richard Tyner...2...IN
female infant Tyner...1/12...IN
Isadore Jenks...4 ...IN

Sources include "Ancestors & Relatives of Louis Eck MITCHELL (1907-1990) & Allied Families of the Noble Twp., Shelby Co., Indiana vicinity" tree by Don T. Mitchell

Wabash County, Indiana History , History of Wabash County, Indiana, Chester Township, Biographical Sketches
Richard Tyner
Col. John Tyner, father of the subject of this sketch was the fourth son of Rev. William Tyner, and active and zealous minister in the Old Regular Baptist Church, and was born on Little River, Abbeville, District, S.C., August 18, 1800. He was married, September 3, 1818, to Miss Nancy Saylors, also a native of South Carolina, born December 10, 1799. The children born of this marriage were Jacob, William S., Elijah (deceased); Richard, Lewis J., Beverly W., and John Tyner (deceased). Col Tyner moved to Rush County, Ind., in March 1821 less than three years after his marriage, and there engaged in agricultural pursuits as being the best adapted to his inclination and tastes. In that county, on the 17th day of August 1823, Richard Tyner was born at a time when that portion of the country was just emerging from its forest condition. Hence with the surroundings incident to the period, when he was of age to receive properly appropriate the advantages of a school education, the opportunities were not present, and the did not acquire that quality of intellectual culture he most desired. He made the most of the situation, however, and early determined to become the architect of his own fortune, carving out his own fortune by utilizing the means at command, and the exercise of that native talent with which he was liberally endowed by nature. Mrs Tyner was born in that county on the 2nd day of March 1829. Her father was a native of Kentucky, born in that State March 3, 1805, and was the father of fourteen children, seven sons and seven daughters, of whom Mrs Tyner was the oldest. He came to Wabash county in 1849, and settled on the tract of land which still serves him as a comfortable home within Chester Township, the home of his youth, then in Wabash later in life, he has been inured to toil, that toil which characterizes the provident husbandman, who earns by the labor of his own hands the bread he eats, and promotes thereby the best interests of himself and family. It may be truly said of him, as of one of old, his life has not been in vain, for he has thus far accomplished the mission entrusted to him by the great author of nature. True to his convictions of right, he commands the respect and confidence of his fellow-men. His domestic relations have been always of the most pleasant character. And now, with his wife. surrounded with all the comforts incident to a life of industry and frugality, and the idols of his household, this venerable pair are in the satisfied enjoyment of what their hands have earned, and a judicious economy has preserved for them. Mr and Mrs Tyner are the parents of nine children to wit: Salina married to Joseph Morphew; Amanda, married to Jacob Klutz; Elijah, married to Katie Kaufman; Aaron(deceased); John, married to Lucy Jenks; Robert, married to Emma J. Frederick; Richard H., married to Martha M. Misner; Francis R.(deceased); and Avery, also deceased.

Children of RICHARD TYNER and SARAH WELLMAN are:
......i......SALENA TYNER, b. January 1847 Indiana; d. Jan. 1913; m. JOSEPH MORPHEW on 08 Mar 1883 in Wabash County, Indiana. No children. He was born February 1833 Indiana. Notes for SALENA TYNER: Concord Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, IN

Name: Salena Tyner
Spouse Name: Joseph Morphew
Marriage Date: 8 Mar 1883
Marriage County: Wabash
Source Title 1: Wabash County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Marriage Records 1882 - 1899 [Books 10 - 13] Book: 10
OS Page: 239

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Monroe, Madison, Indiana; Roll: 386; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 96; FHL microfilm: 1240386.
Joseph Morphew...67...Feb 1833...IN, TN, NC...married 17 years...day laborer
Selana Morphew...53...Jan 1847...IN, IN, IN...0 children, 0 living

North Manchester News Journal, January 16, 1913
MRS. MORPHEW DIES AT LONGCLIFF
.....The body of Mrs. Salena Morphew was brought here from Logansport Monday evening and the funeral was had Tuesday at the Concord church. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Spitzor, who is conducting services at the Ogans Creek church. The burial was in the cemetery near the church.
.....Mrs. Morphew was the daughter of Richard and Sarah Jane Tyner and was born in Rush County, Indiana, January 31, 1847. She died at Logansport, January 12, 1913, aged 66 years, 11 months and 12 days. With her parents she came to Wabash county in 1849. In 1865 she united with the Baptist church. In 1883 she was married to Joseph Morphew. They moved to Madison county where her husband died in 1904. She then returned to Wabash county, and for some time made her home with her brothers, Elijah and John Tyner. In 1908 she was taken to the Longcliff hospital, and remained there until her death. She leaves four brothers, John, Elijah, and Robert living near this city and Richard Henry Tyner living south of Wabash.

790......ii......ELIJAH TYNER, b. January 31, 1851, Chester, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. July 23, 1936, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
791.....iii......JOHN W. TYNER, b. Abt. 1852; d. Aft. 1920.
.....iv......AARON TYNER, b. December 14, 1852; d. February 21, 1863.
792.....v......AMANDA TYNER, b. Abt. 1855, Rush County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1909, N. . Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
793......vi......ROBERT WELLMAN TYNER, b. April 03, 1857, Chester Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. January 07, 1936, Libertyville, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
794......vii......RICHARD HENRY TYNER, b. April 1858, Rush County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1959, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......FRANCES R. TYNER, b. July 23, 1861; d. January 21, 1863.
.....ix......AVERY W. TYNER, b. May 21, 1868, Chester Township, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. February 27, 1882.
.....x......ROSETTA TYNER, b. Abt. 1870.

431. JOHN N. TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 23, 1825 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died May 25, 1851 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) ? WELLMAN. She was born Abt. 1825 in Indiana. He married (2) SUSAN MORRIS June 13, 1847 in Rush County, Indiana, USA. She was born 1826 in Pennsylvania, USA.

Notes for JOHN N. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 97, Rush, Indiana; Roll: M432_170; Page: 415; Image: 84.
Jno. N. Tyner...21...IN...student
Susan Tyner...24...PA
Beverly W. Tyner...2...IN
Lewis S. Tyner...6/12...IN

Children of JOHN TYNER and SUSAN MORRIS are:
795......i......BEVERLY WARD TYNER, b. March 21, 1848, Rush County, Indiana, USA; d. October 03, 1913, Helena, Alfalfa, Oklahoma, USA.
.....ii......LEWIS S. TYNER, b. Abt. July 1850, Indiana, USA. Is this the Lewis Stanley Tyner who married Alice Hall and was buried with her in Centerville Cemetery, Centerville, Linn, Kansas? He died August 21, 1934, aged 84; she died December 18, 1909, aged 56. Census records have him born about 1850 in Indiana. (But the 1900 census says December 1849, with both parents born Indiana.)

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Hoosier, Kingman, Kansas; Roll: 384; Family History Film: 1254384; Page: 204A; Enumeration District: 303; Image: 0617.
Stanley Tyner...30...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Alice Tyner...27...IN, England, IN
Charles W. Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Paris, Linn, Kansas; Roll: 487; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 0114; FHL microfilm: 1240487.
Lewis Tiner...50...Dec 1849...IN, IN, IN...married 26 years...farmer
Alice Tiner...47...Mar 1853...IN, England, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Centerville, Linn, Kansas; Roll: T624_445; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0116; ; FHL microfilm: 1374458.
L. S. Tiner...60...IN, IN, PA...widowed...farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Centerville, Linn, Kansas; Roll: T625_538; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 62.
Louis S. Tiner...70...IN, IN, PA...own home...married...farmer
Lena Tiner...63...Missouri, Germany, Germany

432. LEWIS JACKSON TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 23, 1825 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died August 22, 1916 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married MINERVA ANN WASHBURN December 26, 1847 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOSEPH WASHBOURN and AGNES MANN. She was born June 04, 1831 in Indiana, USA, and died March 10, 1908 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. They share a tombstone in Matlock Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, with his name spelled "Louis J. Tyner."

Notes for LEWIS JACKSON TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 423; Image: 425; Family History Library Film: 803304. July 1860.
L J Tyner...35...IN...farmer...$3000 real estate, $1000 personal
Minerva Tyner...28...IN...
Melvina Tyner...11...IN...
John C Tyner...9...IN...
Flora E Tyner...7...IN...
Louis M Tyner...5...IN...
Hartley Tyner...4/12...IN...

1880 United States Census Noble, Wabash, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jackson Tyner... Self ...M... Male... W ...54 ...IN... Farmer ...IN ...IN
Minerva Tyner...Wife... M ...Female ...W... 48... IN ...House K ...OH... OH
Florence E. Tyner... Dau... M... Female... W... 27 ...IN ...Dress Maker... IN ...OH
Riley Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W... 20 ...IN... Farm Hand ...IN... OH
Ovid V. Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...9 ...IN ...IN... OH
Ann M. Martin... GDau ...S... Female... W... 9... IN... At School... IN ...IN
Arthur G. Martin...GSon ...S ...Male ...W ...4 ...IN ...IN... IN
Family History Library Film 1254315 NA Film Number T9-0315 Page Number 358B

Children of LEWIS TYNER and MINERVA WASHBURN are:
.....i......MATTHEW TYNER.
796......ii......FLORENCE CONNIE TYNER, b. Abt. 1848, Indiana, USA.
797......iii......MELVINA J. TYNER, b. September 27, 1848, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA; d. August 08, 1929, San Diego, San Diego, California, USA.
.....iv......LORA E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1851.
798......v......JOHN CALVIN TYNER, b. March 30, 1851, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1930, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
799......vi......LEWIS MADISON TYNER, b. July 05, 1854, Indiana, USA; d. August 15, 1933, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
800......vii......RILEY HARTLEY TYNER, b. February 15, 1860, Indiana, USA; d. December 30, 1916, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
801......viii......OVID VLORIS TYNER, b. July 14, 1870, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. January 21, 1949, San Diego County, California, USA.

433. BEVERLY WARD TYNER (JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 15, 1827 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died January 08, 1906 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He was buried in Curtisville Cemetery, Curtisville, Tipton, IN; see tombstone photo at http://www.findagrave.com. He married HARRIET ESTHER PERKINS August 16, 1849 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of IRA PERKINS and CHARLOTTE RANDALL. She was born January 09, 1833 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, and died December 26, 1921 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. She was living with daughter Charlotte (Tyner) McDaniel in 1920 census.

Notes for BEVERLY WARD TYNER:
1850 - District 97, Rush, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 97, Rush, Indiana; Roll: M432_170; Page: 415; Image: 84.
Beverly W. Tyner...22...IN...farmer
Harriet E. Tyner...17...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...3/12...IN
inbetween father and brother John

1860 - Liberty, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 403; Image: 405.
B W Tyner...28...IN...farmer...$800 real estate...$500 personal
H E Tyner...26...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...10...IN
Ira Tyner...8...IN
Austin Tyner...3...IN
Curtis Tyner...9.12...IN
next door to father

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M593_367; Page: 100; Image: 200.
Beverly Tyner...42...IN...farmer
Harriet E. Tyner...41...IN
Elizabeth Tyner...20...IN
Ira Tyner...18...IN...laborer
Austin Tyner...15...IN
Curtis Tyner...14...IN
Myrtle Tyner...12...IN
James Tyner...8...IN
Eva Tyner...1...IN

1880 Federal Census...Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Family History Library Film 1254315; NA Film Number T9-0315; Page Number 159D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Beverly W. Tyner...Self ...M...Male...W...53...IN...Farmer...NC...NC
Harrett E. Tyner...Wife...M...Female...W...47...IN...Keeping House--- KY
Curtis Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...20...IN...Works On Farm ...IN...IN
Myrtle A. Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...16...IN...At Home...IN...IN
James Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...13...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Lottie Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...11... IN...At Home...IN...IN
Ward Tyner...Son..S...Male...W...8...IN...IN...IN.
Jessa Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...5...IN...IN...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 19B; Enumeration District: 127.
Beverly N Tyner...73...Apr 1827...IN, NC, NC...farmer...married 50 yrs
Harriet E Tyner...66...June 1833...IN, NC, NC ...10 kids, 8 living
James M Tyner...33...Feb 1867...IN, IN, IN...son...carpenter
Jesse L Tyner...25...July 1874...IN, IN, IN...son...barber

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 0191; FHL microfilm: 1374395
Harriet Calvin...78...IN, OH, VA...widowed...6 children, 3 living...
Harriet Tyner...77...IN, IN, IN...widowed...10 children, 6 living...lodger
next door to family of daughter Charlotte (Tyner) McDaniels

TIPTON TRIBUNE, Tuesday, December 27, 1921
GOOD WOMAN GONE
Mrs. Harriet Tyner died Monday Evening at Curtisville
.....Mrs. Harriet Tyner died at 3:30 Monday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert McDaniel, in Curtisville, her demise being due to pneumonia, but the deceased had been in poor health for some time.
.....Mrs. Tyner was a native of Rush county, having been born there June 9, 1833. She was united in marriage to Beverly Ward Tyner, August 28, 1849, and in 1870 they moved from Rush county to Tipton county, settling on a farm near Curtisville. Ten children were born to the union, five surviving. They are Ward Tyner, Mrs. McDaniel, of Curtisville; Mrs. Frances Marshall of Richmond; Jesse Tyner, of Indianapolis. Twenty grandchildren and eight great grandchildren survive. One brother, William Perkins, of North Manchester, survives.
.....The husband died in 1906, and from that time Mrs. Tyner had been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. McDaniel.
.....Mrs. Tyner was a member of the Church of God, and the ground on which the church building stands was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Tyner, the property now being controlled by the Christian church congregation.
.....It is understood that the burial will take place Wednesday, the services being conducted by Rev. John High, of Elwood, assisted by Rev. Polly Couch. The burial will be at Curtisville.
.....Mrs. Tyner was a woman greatly beloved by the people of the community in which she resided, and her death will be greatly deplored.

Children of BEVERLY TYNER and HARRIET PERKINS are:
.....i......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. 11 May 1850, Indiana, USA; d. 28 Sep 1922 Wabash County, Indiana; m. WILLIAM ASBURY WILLIAMS, born abt. 1851 Ohio.

Notes for ELIZABETH TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lafontaine, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 313.1000; Enumeration District: 187; Image: 0627.
W. A. Williams...29...OH, OH, OH...painter
Elizabeth Williams...30...IN, IN, IN
802......ii......IRA WILFORD TYNER, b. 1852, Indiana, USA; d. June 24, 1913, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......JOHN TYNER, b. October 24, 1854, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. February 13, 1857, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......AUSTIN PERKINS TYNER, b. July 29, 1857, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. April 29, 1909, Buchanon County, Illinois, USA; m. MARY ELIZABETH HARDING on October 12, 1899, McLean County, Illinois, USA; b. January 05, 1874, McLean County, Illinois, USA; d. December 15, 1967, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA.
Notes for AUSTIN PERKINS TYNER:
Is this he?
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Patoka, Pike, Indiana; Roll: T623 397; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 32.
Austin Tyner...46...May 1854...IN, IL, VA...miner, coal
Julia A Tyner...43...Aug 1856...IN, IN, IN...6 kids, 4 living
Louis F Tyner...19...Dec 1880...IN, IN, IN
Lawrence Tyner...13...Oct 1886...IN, IN, IN
803......v......CURTIS TYNER, b. September 14, 1860, Indiana, USA; d. April 03, 1941.
......vi......HARRIET MYRTLE ANN TYNER, b. September 21, 1862, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. January 04, 1937, Indiana, USA. She married FRANCIS MARION MARSHALL February 04, 1882, son of BENJAMIN MARSHALL and REBECCA LEAVELL. See Marshall family genealogy on this website for descendants.
.....vii......JAMES MADISON TYNER, b. February 13, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. May 23, 1903, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; m. (1) OLIVE ORMES, May 28, 1887; m. (2) DORA LEONARD, June 22, 1901.
805......viii......CHARLOTTE TYNER, b. June 08, 1868, LaFountaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. October 29, 1939, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
806......ix......OMER WARD TYNER, b. December 08, 1870, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. August 07, 1936, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....x......JESSIE LLOYD TYNER, b. June 05, 1876, Indiana, USA; m. (1) KATIE MESSINK, 1907; b. Abt. 1874, Kentucky, USA; m. (2) MARTHA FRANCES FRY, 1927.
Notes for JESSIE LLOYD TYNER:
1910 - Indianapolis Ward 15, Marion, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 15, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T624_369; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 264; Image: 1310.
Jessie J Tyner...37...IN, IN, IN...m2...married 2 years...barber
Katie Tyner...36...KY, KY, KY...m2...married 2 years...2 children, 2 living

WWI Draft Registreation Card
Jesse Lloyd Tyner age 44
res: 1245 N. Ray, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
b: July 5, 1874
occup: barber for self at 1014 River, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
rel: Katie Tyner [wife] of same res. address
phys: med/stout, brown eyes, black hair.
disabil: sound
DATED: Sept. 12, 1918

1920 - Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T625_455; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 241; Image: 847.
Jesse L Tyner...45...IN, IN, IN...owns home...can read/write...proprietor, barber shop
Katie Tyner...47...KY, KY, KY
Vell Z Mitchell...30...IN, IN, IN...roomer...gage man, factory
Harry Osborn...24...IN, IN, IN...roomer...machinist, factory
Fred Sullinger...20....PA, PA, PA...roomer...machinist, factory

434. WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER (SOLOMON, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 01, 1827 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died April 30, 1914 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA. He married NANCY MARTHA SLOAN April 02, 1857 in Leavenworth County, Kansas, USA. She was born 23 Jun 1834 in Pennsylvania, USA, and died 26 Sep 1881 in Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM HARRIS TYNER:
Company H, 37th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Decatur County
http://hometown.aol.com/dam1941/37thindrostercoh.html
Captain William Harris Tyner
Residence Decatur County, Indiana
Enlisted on 9/10/1861 as a Captain.
On 9/18/1861 he was commissioned into "H" Co. IN 37th Infantry
He was discharged on 3/6/1862 at Nashville, Tennessee.

Census: 1880 Jackson, Decatur Co, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254273 National Archives Film T9-0273 Page 364D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
William H. Tyner... Self..M.. M....W....52..IN ...Occ: Farmer........FA IN MO PA
Nancy M.Tyner..... Wife..F.. M....W....46..IN... Occ: KeepingHouse..Fa KY Mo KY
Emma S. Tyner.......Dau.. F.. S....W....21..IN ...Occ: At Home...... Fa IN Mo IN
Wilber S. Tyner.....Son.. M.. S....W....20..IN ...Occ: WorksOnFarm.. Fa IN Mo IN
Irene Tyner........ Dau.. F.. S....W....19..IN ...Occ: At Home...... FA IN Mo IN
Ginnette Tyner.....Dau.. F.. S....W....14..IN ...Occ: At Home...... FA IN Mo IN
Sheldon W. Tyner... Son.. M.. S....W....11..IN... Occ: At Home...... FA IN Mo IN
Lindon L. Tyner.....Son.. M.. S....W....10..IN ...Occ: At Home...... FA IN Mo IN
Girtrude Tyner......Dau.. F.. S....W....07..IN.................. FA IN Mo IN
Adelle Tyner........Dau.. F.. S....W....05..IN.................. FA IN Mo IN
Marcia Tyner........Dau.. F.. S....W....03..IN.................. FA IN Mo IN

Added to ancestry.com by roxannekathleen on 23 Jul 2007
July 22, 2007: Story related by Nana:
Gramp was not very close to his grandfather, William Harris Tyner. He related to Nana that the one nice thing his grandfather had done for him was to give him a new bike -- one of those old fashioned kinds with a big wheel in the front and two small wheels in the back.

Added by tresaja on 7 May 2008
Originally submitted by roxannekathleen to Kroll-Wagner Family Tree on 23 Jul 2007
Gramp's grandfather, William Harris Tyner, came from a long line of Tyners on the American continent. He did not cotten to outsiders and complained loudly about the "damn foreigners" (Belgian glassblowers) that had moved into the area.
(Note from Jane Leavell: would that be the creators of the St. Clair Glass Factory?)

Sources for descendants include Lambert family tree at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/64852367/person/44319755358.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and NANCY SLOAN are:
.....i......EMMA TYNER, b. August 08, 1858; m. GEORGE WELDING, October 27, 1880, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.
807.....ii......WILBUR S. TYNER, b. July 02, 1859, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. 10 Oct 1931 Jackson, Blackford, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......IRENE TYNER, b. September 06, 1860, Forest Hill, Jackson Twp., Decatur, Indiana; m. ARTHUR F. KINSLEY, July 14, 1881; b. Abt. 1858. She d. 13 May 1927.
.....iv......JEANNETTE M. TYNER, b. November 22, 1866, Indiana, USA; d. July 18, 1953, Los Angeles County, California, USA.

Notes for JEANNETTE TYNER:
CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX
Name: Jeanette Tyner
Social Security #: 0
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 22 Nov 1866
Birthplace: Indiana
Death Date: 18 Jul 1953
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Sloan
FATHER'S SURNAME: Tyner
807A......v......SHELDON WILLIAM TYNER, b. February 07, 1869, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1939.
807B.....vi......LINDON L. TYNER, b. 1870; d. 22 Feb 1945 Dishman, Spokane, Washington; m. NELLIE WOOD Jun 21 1900 in Blackford County, Indiana. She was b. 1877; d. 1959.
.....vii......GERTRUDE TYNER, b. October 30, 1872, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. 19 Nov 1952 Los Angeles County, California, USA.
.....viii......ARDELLE TYNER, b. 07 May 1875, Indiana, USA; d. 13 Nov 1955 Los Angeles County, California, USA.
.....ix......MARCIA TYNER, b. 14 Sep 1876, Forest Hill, Jackson Twp., Decatur, Indiana, USA; m. GEORGE ROSS. She died September 1974 Salem, Marion, Oregon, USA.

435. ISAAC JOHN TYNER (SOLOMON, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 20, 1829 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died April 23, 1902 in Hartsville, Bartholomew, Indiana, USA. He married MARGARET ANN HARRELL September 06, 1863 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA. She was born January 28, 1844 in Cleves, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA, and died July 08, 1930 in Rockcrest Township, Bartholomew, Indiana, USA. They share a tombstone in Hartsville College Cemetery, Hartsville, Bartholomew, Indiana.

Notes for ISAAC JOHN TYNER:
Company H, 37th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Decatur County
http://hometown.aol.com/dam1941/37thindrostercoh.html
Musician Isaac John Tyner
Residence Decatur County, Indiana
Enlisted on 10/18/1861 as a Musician.
On 10/18/1861 he mustered into "H" Co. IN 37th Infantry
He was discharged for disability on 6/5/1862
He filed for a pension from the state of Indiana 5/17/1890, application # 775,966, certificate # 575,800. His widow Margaret A. Tyner filed for a pension from the state of Indiana 12/14/1903, application # 796,378, certificate # 655,694

Book 27 Page 239
Isaac J. Tyner to William H. Tyner
60-Jan-1866
Know all by these presents that Mr. Isaac J. Tyner and Margaret A. Tyner his wife of Decatur County in the State of Indiana in consideration of the sum of Five Hundred do Release and forever ____ ____ unto William H. Tyner of Decatur County in the State of Indiana all our title interest legal and equitable, in the following premises with the appurtenances situate in Decatur County in the State of Indiana to wit. The South West quarter of section two in Township true? North of Range eight east is the District of lands subject to sale at Jeffersonville containing one hundred and sixty acres in Witness We have hereunto set our hands and seals this sixth day of January 1866.
Isaac J. Tyner (seal)
Margaret A. Tyner (seal)
State of Indiana
Decatur County (seal)
Before me John M. Fraley a Justice of the Peace in and for said county this sixth day of January 1866 came Isaac J. Tyner and Margaret A. Tyner his wife and acknowledged this execution of the ___Deed, Witness my hand Justice ___ this
John M. Fraley (seal)
Justice
I verify that the above is a true copy recorded May 5, 1882 at 11 AM.
Janice E. Mendenhall, Recorded

Census: 1880...Clifty, Bartholomew, Indiana; Family History Library Film ...1254265; NA Film Number ...T9-0265; Page Number ...15D
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Isaac Tyner...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...51 ...IN ...Farmer ...IN ...PA
Margaret Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...36 ...OH ...Keeping House ...IN ...OH
Frank S. Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...14 ...IN ...Works On Farm ...IN ...OH
Cora Tyner...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...9 ...IN ...At School ...IN ...OH

Source: Columbus Republican, May 1, 1902.
"Isaac J. Tyner died at his home, one-forth mile south of town, April 23, of pneumonia, at 9 o'clock a.m., aged 72 years 3 months and 3 days. He was born in Franklin county, Indiana. He was a member of Co. H, 37th Ind. Regt. Two of the captains of Co. H, 37th Ind., attended the funeral on Friday--Captain W. H. Tyner, of Hartford City, and Capt. Q. C. Moore of Columbus. Rev. John Seleg, of Brookville, Ind., officiated at the funeral. He leaves a wife, one son, Frank S. Tyner, and one daughter, Mrs. Cora Sell, of Huntington. Mr. Sell was in Montana and arrived too late for the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Moore, James Pavy, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Swopes, of Forest Hill, all attended the funeral."

Source: Soldiers from Bartholomew county in the Civil War.
Compiled by Helen Coffman. Page 133.
"Tyner, Isaac J. Ind. Civil War, H 37, Private. From Rockcreek Township. He was born in 1829, died 1902, buried Hartsville College cemetery, Har-creek Township. His wife was Margaret A. Harrett who was born in 1844, died 1930." ( Harrett typing error, not mine)

1930 - Rock Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Rock Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana; Roll: 577; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 997.0.
Joseph W Sell...59...IN, England, OH...farmer, general...married at 23
Cora Sell...58...IN, IN, OH...married at 21
Margaret Tyner...86...OH, IN, OH...widow...mother

Source: The Evening Republican, July 9, 1930.
WIDOW OF CIVIL WAR VET DEAD
_____
Mrs. Margaret Tyner, 86, Died Near Grammer Funeral Thursday.
_____
..... Mrs. Margaret Harrell Tyner, 86 years old, widow of Isaac Tyner, a Civil war veteran, died yesterday afternoon at about 4:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Sell, near Burnsville. Death was due to infirmities of old age and followed a long illness.
.....Funeral services will be held at the Hartsville Holiness church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the Rev Garnett Jewell. Burial will be in College cemetery.
..... Mrs. Tyner had lived in this county for more than 70 years. She was born in Clives, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati, and came to the Hartsville vicinity when about 16 years old, and she had constantly resided there until 15 months ago when she went to make her home with her daughter. She was married when 19 years old to Isaac Tyner, who died 28 years ago. She was an active member of the Holiness church and was well known and highly esteemed.
..... Besides Mrs. Sell, she leaves a son, Frank Tyner, of Westport.

Visit Joe Duerstock's webpage at http://judysquiltinginstructions.com/tyner/tyner_connection.phtml for photos and data.

Children of ISAAC TYNER and MARGARET HARRELL are:
808......i......FRANK SOLOMON TYNER, b. July 1866, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1951, Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......CORA TYNER, b. June 1871, Letts Corner, Decatur, Indiana, USA; d. May 06, 1938, Westport, Decatur, Indiana, USA; m. JOSEPH WILLIAM SELL, March 15, 1893, Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA; b. 08 Jun 1870, Skeels Crossroad, Mercer County, Ohio, USA; d. Aug 1960 Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Westport Cemetery, Westport, Decatur, Indiana, USA.

Notes for CORA TYNER:
1900 - Huntington, Huntington, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Huntington, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: T623 378; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 76
J Wm Sell...24...June 1870...OH, England, OH...married 6 years
J Cora Sell...28...June 1871...IN, IN, OH

1910 - Rock Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Rock Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana; Roll: T624_340; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 23; Image: 473.
Joseph w Sell...39...OH, England, OH...farmer, general...married 16 years
Cora Sell...38...IN, IN, IN...0 children, 0 living

436. ALPHEUS TYNER (EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 04, 1840 in Metamora, Shelby, Indiana, USA, and died February 10, 1904 in Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA. He married ANNA ELIZA HARGROVE November 04, 1862 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ALEXANDER HARGROVE and MARY SMITH. She was born September 25, 1842 in Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA, and died January 24, 1921 in Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ALPHEUS TYNER:
Alpheus Tyner found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Indiana, 1870
Age: 30
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: IN
State: Indiana
County: SHELBY
Locale: HANOVER TWP
Series: M593, Roll: 357, Part: 1, Page: 164A

C1880 Census Place:...2nd Ward, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana
... Source: FHL Film 1254294 National Archives Film T9-0294... Page 62A
Relation... Sex Marr... Race... Age Birthplace
Alpheus Tyner...Self... M...M...W...39 IN…... Occ:... Dealer Agriculture Impliment... Fa: IN Mo: OH
Anna E. Tyner...Wife... F...M...W...37 IN... Occ:... Keeping House...Fa: MD Mo: VA
Mary Tyner... Dau... F...S...W...16 IN... Occ:... At School...Fa: IN Mo: IN
Louisa Tyner... Dau... F...S...W...14 IN... Occ:... At School...Fa: IN Mo: IN
Clement Tyner...Son... M...S...W...10 IN... Occ:... At School...Fa: IN Mo: IN
Maude Tyner... Dau ...F...S...W...4...IN............ Fa: IN Mo: IN
Grace Tyner... Dau... F...S...W...1...IN............ Fa: IN Mo: IN
Armelia Hargrove... SisterL... F...S...W...24 IN... Occ:... Seamstress Fa: MD Mo: VA
Cornelius Hadley... Other...M...S...W...19 IN... Occ:... Clerk In Store Fa: UNKNOWN Mo: UNKNOWN

Year: 1900; Census Place: Blue River, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: 375; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 0035; FHL microfilm: 1240375
Alpheus Tyner ...60...Nov 1839...IN, KY, OH...married 37 years...farmer
Anna E Tyner...57...Sept 1842...IN, KY, VA...married 37 years...wife...8 children, 6 living
Grace Tyner... 20...Sept 1879...IN, IN, IN...single...daughter
Mable Tyner ...17...Oct 1882...IN, IN, IN...single...daughter
Joseph Tyner ...54...Nov 1856...IN, KY, VA...single...farm laborer...brother

In 1864, Alpheus established a small business in hardware and implements in Morristown, Indiana. in 1866, he built the "Shipp Building." His business was good until 1873 when he suffered reverses. In 1874, he moved to Indianapolis, again working in the hardware and implement business. In 1881, he moved to Madison, Wisconsin, where he managed a large concern which manufactured agricultural machines. Health failing, he resigned and moved back to Morristown in
1899. He was, briefly, the state agent for the grange. In 1872, he had become a Mason. In a newspaper report that told about his 40th Wedding Anniversary which was also his 63rd birthday, it was noted that he had voted in annual elections for 42 years.

THE SHELBYVILLE REPUBLICAN, Friday January 28, 1921
AGED RESIDENT DIED THIS A.M.
Mrs. Anna Tyner Passed Away at Her Home in Morristown
Ill Over Year
FUNERAL SERVICE SATURDAY
.....After an illness of over one year, Mrs. Anna Tyner, lifelong resident of this county passed away at her home in Morristown this morning. Death was caused from a complication of diseases. She was born September 25, 1843, being aged 78 years at the time of her death.
.....Mrs. Tyner was a devout member of the Morristown M.E. church and until her health failed, she was always a very active member. She was always very active in the civic welfare of the Morristown community and her death is mourned by her host of friends.
.....Surviving she leaves six daughters and one son, namely, Mrs. J. L. Bass, of Lincoln, Nebraska; Mrs. A. H. Spurlin, of Burkhead, California; Mrs. George Riley, of Madison, Wisconsin; Mrs. Harry Fisher, of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Miss Mable Tyner, at home; one son, M. E. Tyner, of Cleveland, Ohio. Four sisters and three brothers also survive.
.....Funeral services will be conducted at the Morristown M.E. church Saturday morning at ten o'clock. Burial will be made in the Asbury cemetery, at Morristown.

Children of ALPHEUS TYNER and ANNA HARGROVE are:
.....i......MARY TYNER, b. Abt. 1864; d. Aft. January 28, 1921, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska; m. (1) J. L. BASS; m. (2) J. FRANK BARR, Abt. 1886, Madison, Wisconsin.
.....ii......ANNA LOUISA TYNER, b. November 29, 1867, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana; d. February 06, 1945, Los Angeles County, California; m. A. H. BURKHOLDER. She's buried in Vale of Memory, Map 1, Lot 518, Space 6 of Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles, California, USA.
.....iii......MCCLEMENT E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1870, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA; d. in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA; m. ELIZABETH FLORENTINE KELLY, July 02, 1914; b. Abt. 1873, Michigan, USA. Clemont Tyner and Elizabeth Kelly lived in Harvey, Illinos and Indianapolis, Indiana. Elizabeth was buried in St. Boniface Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

Notes for MCCLEMENT E. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Rochester Ward 12, Monroe, New York; Roll: T625_1123; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 145; Image: 271.
McClevent E Tyner...49...IN, VA, IN...married...boarder...inspector, auto engineer?
Elizabeth F Tyner...46...MI, NY, MI

Chicago Tribune (IL), Date: May 03, 1964
Elizabeth Kelly Tyner, formerly of Cleveland, O.; beloved wife of the late Mc-Clement Tyner; sister of the late William, John, Margaret, James, and Ann Kelly, Sarah Cooney, Ellen McDonald and Agnes Vaughn. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., from Hursen Chapel, 929 W. Belmont, to St. Ita church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Boniface . Omit flowers, please. Visitation Monday after 3 p.m.

.....iv......MAUDE TYNER, b. Abt. 1876, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana; d. Aft. 1944, Denver, Colorado; m. GEORGE C. RILEY, Abt. 1894, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
809......v......GRACE ALBERTA TYNER, b. December 19, 1877; d. June 27, 1944, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.
.....vi......MABEL THERESA TYNER, b. November 10, 1881, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; d. June 08, 1949, Los Angeles County, California. She's buried in Plot: Eventide, Map 1, Lot 2813, Space 2 of Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles, California, USA.

437. HENRY CLAY TYNER (EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 10, 1842 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died November 15, 1926 in University Hospital, Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, USA. He married MARY ELLEN CRANDALL September 27, 1868 in Marshall County, Iowa, USA, daughter of A. CRANDALL and LYDA DOLPH. She was born March 12, 1853 in Illinois, USA, and died December 03, 1940 in Garfield County, Oklahoma, USA. As H.C. Tyner, shares a tombstone with Mary E. Tyner; at findagrave.com see the photo from Waukomis Cemetery, Waukomis, Garfield, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for HENRY CLAY TYNER:
Henry was a Union soldier in the Civil War. Company B, Indiana 99th Infantry,1862-1865. His widow applied for his civil war pension in Ok. on 5/11/1927.

1870 IN Census Shelby Co., Hanover, Visit 14
Henry C. Tyner, head, 27, farmer, real estate $320, pers. estate $350, IN
Mary E. Tyner, wife, 17, IL
Cora B. Tyner, dau., 8 months, IN

1880 census...Murray, Marshall, Kansas; Family History Library Film ...1254388; NA Film Number ...T9-0388; Page Number ...272D
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
H.C. Tyner...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...38 ...INDIANA ...Farmer ...INDIANA ...INDIANA
Ella Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...26 ...ILLNOIS ...Keeping House ...NY ...NY
Cora Tyner...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...11 ...INDIANA ...Attending School ...INDIANA ...ILLNOIS
Ezekiel Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...4 ...KANSAS ......INDIANA ...ILLNOIS
Saddie E. Tyner...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...5M ...KANSAS ......INDIANA ...ILLNOIS

1900 OK Census Garfield Co., Sumner, ED 63, Visit 187
Henry Tyner, head, 9/1840, 59, married 32 years, farmer, IN IN IN
Mary E. Tyner, wife, 3/1852, 47, 4 children, 4 living, IL NY NY
Frank Tyner, son, 5/1882, 18, KS

1910 OK Census Garfield Co., Sumner Twp., ED 31, Visit 243
Henry C. Tyner, head, 67, married once, married 40 yrs., farmer, IN IN NY
Mary E. Tyner, wife, 57, 4 children, 4 living, NY NY NY
Frank Tyner, son, 27, single, farm laborer, KS
Lyda M. Meeks, mother in law, 79, widowed, 5 children, 5 living, NY PA NY
Iris S. Taylor, granddaughter, 13, OK PA KS
(I think Iris is the granddaughter of Lyda's, not Henry and Mary's)

1920 OK Census Garfield Co., Waukomis, ED 82, Visit 6
Henry E. Tyner, head, 78, farmer, retired, IN IN NY
Mary E. Tyner, wife, 67, IL NY NY
Carl Crey, grandson, 18, auto mechanic, OK MO KS

1930 OK Census Garfield Co., Waukomis, ED 64, Visit 52
Mary E. Tyner, head, 78, widowed, cook, boarding house, NY NY NY

Children of HENRY TYNER and MARY CRANDALL are:
810......i......CORA BELLE TYNER, b. September 14, 1869, Morristown, Hanover Twp, Shelby, Indiana, USA; d. June 01, 1945, Mutual, Woodward, Oklahoma, USA.
.....ii......EZEKIAL TYNER, b. April 24, 1876, Marshall County, Kansas, USA; m. ELIZABETH NOBBLING, Abt. 1904; b. Abt. 1872, Kansas, USA.

Notes for EZEKIAL TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Brown, Muskogee, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1263; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 96; Image: 427.
Ezdiel Tyner...35...KS, IN, NY...farmer, general
Elizeth Tyner...38...KS, OH, OH...2 children, 0 living

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Brown, Muskogee, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1477; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 61; Image: 62.
E Tyner...44...KS, IN, NY...farmer, general
Elizabeth Tyner...44...KS, OH, OH
J R McCracken...51...MO, Scotland, NY...boarder; M.D., retired
Gertrude H McCracken...45...MI, England, England...wife

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Prairie, Jackson, Missouri; Roll: 1204; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 584.0.
Ezekiel Tyner...55...KS, US, NY...driver, truck
Elizabeth Tyner...58...KS, OH, OH

811......iii......SARAH LYDIA TYNER, b. January 05, 1880, Aptell, Marshall, Kansas, USA; d. February 19, 1973, Enid, Garfield, Oklahoma, USA.
812......iv......FRANK ALBERT TYNER, b. May 30, 1882, Kansas, USA; d. February 15, 1972, Waukomis, Garfield, Oklahoma, USA.

438. ELLEN TYNER (EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 10, 1845 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, and died November 10, 1925 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. She married DANIEL WHITE November 10, 1869 in Blue River Township, son of JOHN WHITE and AMANDA ADAMS. He was born June 28, 1845 in Hancock County, Indiana, and died September 19, 1920 in West Lafayette, IN. He served in COMPANY D 1ST INDIANA INFANTRY. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Plot: Section 1, Row 10 of Asburn Cemetery, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ELLEN TYNER:
1880...Wabash, Wabash, Indiana; Family History Library Film 1254315; NA Film Number T9-0315; Page Number 398B
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender.....Race....Age...Birthplace ...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace...
Daniel White...Self .....M .....Male .....W .....34 .....IN .....Cabinet Maker... IN .....IN
Ellen White.. Wife .....M .....Female .....W .....33 .....IN .....Keeping House... IN .....IN
Bessie White...Dau .....S .....Female .....W .....8 .....IN .....At School ...IN .....IN
Earl White...Son .....S .....Male .....W .....4 .....IN .....At Home .....IN .....IN

Children of ELLEN TYNER and DANIEL WHITE are:
.....i......ELIZABETH TYNER WHITE, b. July 31, 1872, Hancock County, Indiana; m. FRANK E. PORTER. She died 8 August 1926 Enid, Garfield, Oklahoma, USA, and was buried in Asbury Cemetery, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.

Carthage Citizen - Carthage, IN, Friday - 13 August 1926, Page 4 - Column 1
Deaths
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, a former resident of Hancock county, died Sunday at Enid, Okla. The deceased formerly was Mrs. Elizabeth White. The body was brought to Morristown late Tuesday for burial in Asbury cemetery. Those from here going to Morristown were Allen W. Newsom, Miss Winona Newsom, Mr. and Mrs. Sam O. McCarty and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Newsom.

Death Notice - The Hancock Democrat (Greenfield, Indiana) - 12 Aug 1926, Thu - Page 4
DEATH OF MRS. PORTER IN OKLAHOMA
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter died Sunday at Enid, Okla. She was a native of Blue River township, the grand daughter of the late Ezekiel Tyner.
The body was brought to the Asbury cemetery, near Morristown, for burial.

.....ii......EARL WHITE, b. January 01, 1876, Indiana; m. LOTTIE HESS, born abt. 1888 Germany.
Year: 1910; Census Place: 415 Delaware St., Indianapolis Ward 7, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T624_368; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0128; FHL microfilm: 1374381
Earl T White...34...IN, IN, IN...rents house...married 5 yrs...mechanical engineer, manufacturing co.
Charlotte White...23...Germany, Germany, Germany...1 child, 1 living
Wm R White ...4...IN, IN, Germany...son
Frank Tyner...45...IN, OH, OH...roomer...single...com traveler, construction company

Year: 1920; Census Place: 16th Ave., Moline Ward 5, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: T625_402; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 110; Image: 216. 2 January 1920
Earl T White...43...IN, IN, IN...master mechanic, implement factory...rents home
Charlotte C White...33...Bremen Germany, Bremen Germany, Bremen Germany...immigrated 1903...naturalized
William E White...13...Bremen, Germany; Bremen; Bremen; native tongue German; speaks English; naturalized
Richard D White...7...IN, IN, Bremen...
Martha E White...3 2/12...MO, IN, Bremen...
Alice M White...1 7/12...IL, IN, Bremen...

Year: 1930; Census Place: 121 Summit Ave., Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa; Roll: 643; Page: 21B; Enumeration District: 0017; Image: 94.0; FHL microfilm: 2340378
Earl T White...54...IN, IN, IN...owns $6000 house...machinist, tractor company...29 at first marriage
Charlotte White...43...Germany, Germany, Germany...speaks German...immigrated 1907...naturalized
Richard D White...18...IN, IN, Germany...clerk, grocery...son
Maratha White...14...MO, IN, Germany...dau
Alice M White...13...IL, IN, Germany...dau
Harold White...20...IN, IN, Germany...son

Year: 1940; Census Place: 121 Seventeenth Avenue, Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa; Roll: T627_1139; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 7-19
Earl T. White...64...IN...college, 4 yr...owns $5000 home...mechanical engineer...income $1800
Charlotte White...52...Germany...naturalized...high school, 4 yr
Martin E White...23...MS...high school, 1 yr...clerical...dau
Alice M White...22...IL...high school, 4 yr...assistant...income: $520...dau

Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Name: Earl T White
SSN: 481104072
Birth Date: 4 Jan 1876
Birth Place: Wabash, Indiana
Claim Date: 4 Jan 1951
Type of Claim: Life Claim
Notes: 16 Dec 1977: Name listed as EARL T WHITE

.....iii......GRACE WHITE, b. April 11, 1884.

439. EMMA TYNER (EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 10, 1850 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, and died November 29, 1889 in Blue River Farm, Franklin, Indiana. She married LEROY C. MILLER November 10, 1869 in Blue River Township. He was born Abt. 1849, and died Abt. 1890.

Notes for EMMA TYNER:
1880- Federal Census, Newman, Douglas, Illinois
Family History Library Film 1254203; NA Film Number T9-0203; Page Number 111D Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Leroy C. Miller...Self .....M .....Male .....W .....31 .....IN .....Fruit Agt.VA .....KY
Emma Miller...Wife .....M .....FemaleW .....29 .....IN .....Keeping House IN .....IN
James Barr...Other .....W .....Male .....W .....41 .....OH .....Tin Smith OH PA

Child of EMMA TYNER and LEROY MILLER is:
.....i......ALVA MILLER.

440. CHESTER TYNER (EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born April 23, 1856 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, and died October 11, 1917 in Blue River Farm, Hancock, Indiana. He married (1) MINNIE SPURRIER October 20, 1887. She died 1892. He married (2) EDITH P. GATES January 27, 1898 in Hancock County, Indiana. She died 1916. Chester worked the family farm all his life. Chester is in Plot: Section 1 - Row 8 of Asbury Cemetery, Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, as is Edith, sharing his tombstone. Minnie is there, separately. See photos of them and the tombstones at findagrave.com where there's also a photo of Chester and of Edith.

Notes for CHESTER TYNER:
HANCOCK COUNTY DEATH INDEX
http://www.rootsquest.com/~indiana/hancock/death/t4.html
Tyner Chester M W 62 11 Oct 1917 Hancock Co. H-3 56

Carthage Citizen - Carthage, IN; Friday - 5 May 1916; Page 6 - Column 4
Mrs. Chester Tyner, aged 53 years, died Friday morning at four o'clock at her home five miles north of Morristown. She became suddenly ill on the preceding Monday. The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at the late home, with the Rev. McCullough, pastor of Morristown M. E. Church, in charge. Burial was in Asbury cemetery. The deceased was a sister-in-law to Mrs. Narcissa Gates, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hill and Mrs. Robert Murdock attended the funeral services.

Shelbyville Democrat - Shelbyville, IN; Friday - 12 October 1917; Front Page - Column 3
CHESTER TYER DIED AT HOME NEAR MORRISTOWN
Chester Tyner, aged about sixty years, died this morning at his home three miles northwest of Morristown from a complication of diseases. He was one of the most prominent of the farmers of that locality and was a member of the Morristown M. E. Church. His wife preceded him in death about a year ago and he is survived by a son and a daughter, Mrs. Claude Shadley, who made her home with her father, and Clifford Tyner, now at home. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the burial will be made in Asbury cemetery in charge of Undertaker C. A. Lewis, of Morristown.

Children of CHESTER TYNER and MINNIE SPURRIER are:
813......i......CLIFFORD SPURRIER TYNER, b. October 24, 1888, Blue River Farm, Hancock, Indiana.
.....ii......NELLIE MEEKS TYNER, b. January 23, 1891, Hancock County, Indiana; d. September 1975, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana; m. CLARENCE EDGAR SHADLEY, August 21, 1912, Shelby County, Indiana; b. July 07, 1891, Shelby County, Indiana; d. May 26, 1956, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana.
Notes for CLARENCE EDGAR SHADLEY:
"My Family Tree and Many, Many, Cousins," by Jonilauzon, World Tree at ancestry.com

441. ADRIANA TYNER (EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 17, 1860 in Blue River Farm, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA, and died July 05, 1949 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA. She married ZACHARIA TAYLOR BOICOURT October 17, 1881 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, son of WILLIAM BOICOURT and SARAH GALLOWAY. He was born May 04, 1848 in Westport, Decatur, Indiana, USA, and died May 10, 1934 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Notes for ADRIANA TYNER:
CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX
Name: Ada Boicourt
[Ada Tyner]
Social Security #: 0
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 17 Oct 1860
Birthplace: Indiana
Death Date: 5 Jul 1949
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Meeks
FATHER'S SURNAME: Tyner

Children of ADRIANA TYNER and ZACHARIA BOICOURT are:
.....i......BLANCHARD BOICOURT, b. April 17, 1883; d. January 30, 1906.
.....ii......? BOICOURT, b. April 13, 1896, Marion County, Indiana; d. April 13, 1896.

442. BLANCHARD TYNER (SILAS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 17, 1850 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, USA. He was adopted by his stepfather, Moses Pettengill. He married AUGUSTA CUSHING WHITE June 02, 1880 in Massachusetts, USA. She was born November 13, 1846 in Massachusetts, USA.

Notes for BLANCHARD TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_608; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 1090; Image: 316.
Blanchard Pettengill...59...IN, NC, VT...married 30...life insurance agent
Augusta C Pettengill...63...Mass, Mass, Mass...3 children, 2 living
Annie T Pettengill...29...IL, IN, Mass
Mary L Pettengill...25...IL, IN, Mass

Children of BLANCHARD TYNER and AUGUSTA WHITE are:
.....i......ANNIE TYNER PETTENGILL, b. March 29, 1881.
.....ii......GEORGE WHITE PETTENGILL, b. March 28, 1883.
.....iii......MARY LOUISE PETTENGILL, b. February 06, 1885.

443. SARAH J. CHILDERS (JANE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 12, 1841, and died January 29, 1877 in Clinton County, Indiana. She married (1) SOLOMON TURPIN BASEY. She married (2) JAMES ALEXANDER BAIRD September 14, 1876 in Clinton County, Indiana, son of WILLIAM BAIRD and ANN RHODES. He was born May 14, 1828 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died October 18, 1900 in Forest Township, Clinton, Indiana. James had nine children by his first wife, Narcissus.

Children of SARAH CHILDERS and SOLOMON BASEY are:
.....i......MARY ALMA BASEY, b. Abt. 1867.
.....ii......RACHEL BASEY, b. Abt. 1867.
.....iii......LUCINDA LUELLA BASEY, b. Abt. 1868.
.....iv......ALVA A. BASEY, b. Abt. 1869.
.....v......LAURA J. BASEY, b. Abt. 1872.

444. EMELINE CHILDERS (JANE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born November 09, 1846, and died March 03, 1882 in Clinton County, Indiana. She married JAMES ALEXANDER BAIRD September 09, 1877 in Tipton County, Indiana, son of WILLIAM BAIRD and ANN RHODES. He was born May 14, 1828 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died October 18, 1900 in Forest Township, Clinton, Indiana. James had nine children by his first wife, Narcissus.

Children of EMELINE CHILDERS and JAMES BAIRD are:
.....i......ALBERT ALEXANDER BAIRD, b. August 16, 1878; d. October 16, 1959, Danville, Hendricks, Indiana; m. ETHEL CLAIRE POER, October 22, 1900, Danville, Hendricks, IN; b. February 08, 1881, Indiana.
.....ii......JOHN REUBEN BAIRD, b. July 31, 1879, Clinton County, Indiana; d. December 15, 1912, Riverside, Riverside, CA. Notes for JOHN REUBEN BAIRD: A Protestant, he was a police officer, a Deputy Police Chief, and was murdered: gunshot wounds to the head.
.....iii......THOMAS ASBURY BAIRD, b. November 22, 1880, Clinton County, Indiana; d. October 16, 1956, Bernardino, San Bernardino, California; m. HELEN JANE MCGREGOR, April 27, 1915, Methodist Episcopal Church, Colton, San Bernardino, CA; b. November 24, 1886, Kansas.

445. JOHN A. MERRICK (NANCY TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born September 30, 1847 in Forest Township, Clinton, IN. He married NANCY J. SIMS May 13, 1873 in Clinton County, Indiana. She was born February 27, 1848 in Warren Township, Clinton, Indiana.

Children of JOHN MERRICK and NANCY SIMS are:
.....i......LULIE E. MERRICK, b. February 25, 1874, Clinton County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1882, Clinton County, Indiana.
.....ii......MARTHA L. MERRICK, b. November 11, 1875, Clinton County, Indiana; m. BERTRAND C. OGLE, April 29, 1903, Clinton County, Indiana; b. September 03, 1872, Elizabethtown, Indiana.
.....iii......MARY C. MERRICK, b. September 28, 1878, Clinton County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1882.
.....iv......MCDADE MERRICK, b. December 15, 1881, Clinton County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1882, Clinton County, Indiana.

446. INDIANA J. MERRICK (NANCY TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born March 10, 1850 in Clinton County, Indiana. She married OLIVER GARD May 14, 1873 in Clinton County, Indiana, son of JESSE GARD and AMANDA MCHENRY. He was born January 12, 1842 in Switzerland County, Indiana, and died January 19, 1923.

Notes for INDIANA J. MERRICK:
Source: Andrea Dougan's World Tree "Thomas Family" at Ancestry.com
Oliver Gard was a medical doctor; Clerk, Clinton Co Circuit Court 1886-1895; undertaker; served in
State Senate in 1901 & 1903; elected mayor of Frankfort 4 Nov 1913. He came to Clinton Co. at age 7 (1849) with parents; Sept 1861, enlisted in Co H, 3rd IN Cavalry; discharged for physical inability April 1864;attended Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1867-1869; 1882 moved from Middlefork, IN to Frankfort, IN; Methodist; Mason; member of GAR; member of Improved Order of Red Men; member of Knights of Pythias; member of Independent Order of Odd Fellows

Children of INDIANA MERRICK and OLIVER GARD are:
.....i......GRACE GARD, b. January 1875, Warren twp, Middleford, IN; d. December 20, 1879, Warren twp, Middleford, IN.
.....ii......RUSH GARD, b. September 28, 1877, Middleford County, Indiana; d. December 19, 1879, Middleford County, Indiana.
.....iii......HELEN MERRICK GARD, b. November 20, 1879, Clinton County, Indiana; d. April 30, 1904; m. WILLIAM STANLEY LOWREY, October 21, 1903.
814......iv......RUSSELL TYNER GARD, b. December 25, 1884, Clinton County, Indiana.

447. MARGARET MELINDA LEFFORGE (ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born January 18, 1851 in Butler County, Ohio, USA, and died October 19, 1927 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA. She married JOHN BAXTER WILKINSON January 18, 1877. He was born July 04, 1846 in Butler County, Ohio, and died August 28, 1907 in Westport, Decatur, Indiana, USA.

Child of MARGARET LEFFORGE and JOHN WILKINSON is:
815......i......LEROY J. WILKINSON.

448. CHARLES RUDOLPHUS TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER , WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1847 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA and died Feb. 5, 1914. Buried in Plot: Row 13 #8 of Sharpsville Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, IN, saying he was aged 66y 16d Father. He married CLARA ANN ALEXANDER October 25, 1871 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born abt. 1852 in Indiana, USA. She is with him as "aged 43y 4m 5d Mother" with no DOB but a death date of 23 Nov 1895.

Notes for CHARLES RUDOLPHUS TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 56.2000; Enumeration District: 134; Image: 0114.
Charles R. Tyner...33...IN, IN, IN..farmer
Clara Ann Tyner...28...IN, IN, OH
J. Edward Higgins...7...IN, IN, IN...orphan

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 6B; .
Charles Tyner...54...Jan 1846...IN, IN, IN...widowed...farmer
Maggie Tyner...18...Jan 1882...IN, IN, IN...dau
Lizzie Watson...21...Sept 1878...IN, IN, IN...servant

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 193; Image: 788.
Jacob B Ratcliff...30...IN, IN, IN...married 8 years...farmer, general
Maggie M Ratcliff...28...IN, IN, IN...2 children, 2 living
Owen L Ratcliff...6...IN, IN, IN
Velma G Ratcliff...3...IN, IN, IN
Charles R Tyner...64...IN, IN, KY...father-in-law

Child of CHARLES TYNER and CLARA ALEXANDER is:
.....i......MARGARET TYNER, b. January 1882, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; m. JACOB B. RATLIFF.

449. JOHN A. TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1849 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and died 18 Jul 1880 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He married LUCY WORLEY September 16, 1874 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA, daughter of RICHARD WORLEY and VIOLA LAMBERT. She was born Abt. 1856 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA, and died December 10, 1886. At findagrave.com see photo of his tombstone in Plot: Row 14 #9 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, "aged 31y 7m 16d." At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone as wife of John N. Newlon in Row 14 #8 of same cemetery, and was aged 29y 3m 24d. I wonder who raised her orphaned children?

Children of JOHN TYNER and LUCY WORLEY are:
816......i......WILLIAM AMSBURY TYNER, b. July 1875, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. Bef. 1910, Prairie Township, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
817......ii......CHARLES CASHUS TYNER, b. November 18, 1877, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. April 20, 1966.
.....iii......HARRY ALBERT TYNER or HARRY ELBERT TYNER, b. 24 Sep 1879 in Tipton County, Indiana, died 03 Aug 1963 Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana. He married ANNA DOBSON in TIpton, Tipton, Indiana on 09 Feb 1899. They share a tombstone in Section 4, Row 6, #24 of Sharpsville Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, where he's listed as Harry E. Tyner. Child: EDNA TYNER, born 1899, married PERRY F. BARR, and died 30 October 1946, buried in Sharpesville Cemetery sharing a tombstone with her husband.

450. MINERVA JANE TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 25 Sep 1851 and died 23 Apr 1905 in Tipton Co. Indiana. She married GEORGE ALBERT HARLOW October 25, 1871 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, son of ORLANDO HARLOW and NANCY COLEMAN. He was born June 22, 1849 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA and died 11 Nov 1937 Tipton County, Indiana. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone from Normanda Cemetery, Normanda, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MINERVA JANE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 130.
George Harlow...50...June 1829...IN, OH, KY...farmer
Minerva Harlow...48...Aug 1851...IN, IN, IN
John B Harlow...25...June 1874...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer
Cora Harlow...22...Mar 1878...IN, IN, IN
Alla Harlow...17...July 1883...IN, IN, IN
Cilyde Harlow...16...Apr 1884...IN, IN, IN
Vern Harlow...11...Oct 1888...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 193; Image: 791.
George A Harlow...60...IN, OH, KY...widowed...general farmer
Lawrence Harlow...37...married...2 yrs. ...IN, IN, IN...machinist
Cora Harlow...31 ...IN, IN, IN...dau
Alla Harlow...27...IN, IN, IN...dau
Clyde Harlow...25...IN, IN, IN...son...farm laborer
John B Harlow...35...IN, IN, IN...son...farm laborer...married 5 years
Lee Harlow...33...IN, IN, IN...son...farm laborer...married 8 years
Arman Harlow...21...IN, IN, IN...son...farm laborer...married 1 year
Kanhie Harlow...30...IN, IN, IN...daughter in law...married 2 yrs...2 kids, 2 living
Neppie Harlow...30...IN, IN, IN...daughter in law...married 5 years...1 kid, 1 living
Cora Harlow...30...IN, IN, IN... daughter in law...married 8 years...2 kids, 2 living
Lizzie Harlow...19...IN, KY, KY...daughter in law...married 1 year...1 kid, 1 living
Forest Harlow...7/12...IN, IN, IN...grandson
Mary Dutch...7...IN, IN, IN...step granddau
Ruth Dutch...5...IN, IN, IN...step granddau
Lester Harlow...4...IN, IN, IN...grandson
Dean Harlow...7...IN, IN, IN...grandson
Gertrude Harlow...4...IN, IN, IN...granddau
Vivian Harlow...11/12...IN, IN, IN...granddau
Preston Day...23...IN, US, IN...hired hand

Children of MINERVA TYNER and GEORGE HARLOW are:
818......i......LAWRENCE ALBERT HARLOW, b. 24 August 1872, Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA; died 4 April 1944 Nelson, British Columbia, Canada.
.....ii......ZENAS LEE HARLOW, b. Abt. 1876, Prairie, Tipton, Indiana, USA. Notes for ZENAS LEE HARLOW: A Zenis Lee Harlow died in British Columbia in 1968.
.....iii......CORA ANNE HARLOW, b. 6 March 1878, d. 23 Mar 1949, both in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. Spouse: JESSE C. MARTIN, who also married Nina Belle Snider. At findagrave.com see Jesse's and Nina's shared tombstone in Eden Cemetery, Eden, Hancock, Indiana, USA. See photo of Cora's tombstone in Normanda Cemetery, Normanda, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......ULLA A. HARLOW, b. July 1882, Prairie, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
819......v......CLYDE G. HARLOW, b. April 1884, Prairie, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
820......vi......ERASMUS VERNON HARLOW, b. October 16, 1888, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. September 1983, Kempton, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
821......vii......JOHN B. HARLOW, b. 24 June 1874, d. 22 Nov 1967, both in Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

451. JUDAH E. TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1854 in Tipton or Decatur County, Indiana and d. 29 May 1886. She married HENRY T. ROSE May 01, 1873 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born 1845 in Kanawha County, Virginia (now West Virginia), USA and died Jul. 26, 1880. Tombstone is for Judy E. Rose, aged 32y 5 mo. Row 14 #12 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA; he's in #10, aged 35y 8m 21d.

Children of JUDAH TYNER and HENRY ROSE are:
.....i......ROSS E. ROSE.
.....ii......MARVIN ROSE.
821B.....iii......CHARLES ALBERT ROSE.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 406; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 130; FHL microfilm: 1240406.
Harry E Tyner...20...Sept 1879...IN, IN, IN...married 1 year...farmer
Anna Tyner...21...Sept 1878...IN, IN, IN...0 children, 0 living
Charles A Rose...24...Oct 1875...IN, WVA, IN...cousin...farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 204; Image: 504
C A Rose...43...IN, WVA, IN
Effie D Rose...42...IN, IN, IN
Ross C Rose...17...IN, IN, IN
Ray Rose...15...IN, IN, IN
Blanch Rose...13...IN, IN, IN

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Charles Rose
SSN: 313-46-8296
Last Residence: 46068 Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 5 Oct 1875
Died: Jan 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (1961-1962)

452. ERA ETNA TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1859 and died 25 May 1896 Tipton County, Indiana. Per a findagrave.com site she is buried in Row 13 #19 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. Inscription: aged 37y 3m 17d. She is posted there as Eva E. Tyner Romack. BUT another page there cites her as ERA E. TYNER ROMACK and shows a photo of a tombstone inscribed "Mother" in Section 4, Row 2, #9 of Sharpesville Cemetery, Sharpesville, Tipton, Indiana, and links to a photo of a tombstone for T. C. Romack, who died in 1921. She married TRAIN C. ROMACK September 23, 1885 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, son of ROBERT ROMACK and AMANDA TYNER. He was born June 1861 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA.

Children of ERA TYNER and TRAIN ROMACK are:
.....i......VIVIEN ROMACK, b. July 1886, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....ii......LENA O. ROMACK, b. November 1888, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....iii......GRACE B. ROMACK, b. April 1890, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....iv......JOHN G. ROMACK, b. December 1893, Tipton County, Indiana, died 23 November 1916, buried in Section 4, Row 2, #8 of Sharpesville Cemetery, Sharpesville, Tipton, Indiana His tombstone looks suspiciously like his parents'; perhaps his parents were put up at the same time as his, after the fact as it were?

453. WILSON THOMPSON TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 1862 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA and died in 1952. He married CLORA D. LEE September 23, 1885 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born June 1868 in Indiana, USA and died in 1939. They share a tombstone in Plot: Row 13 #17 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton County, IN, where her name is spelled Clora D.

Notes for WILSON T. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 130.
Wilson Tyner...38...May 1862...IN, IN, KY
Clara Tyner...31...Jul 1868...IN, IN, IN
Lloyd Tyner...12...June 1887...IN, IN, IN
Shirley Tyner...12...Mar 1888...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 193; Image: 800
Wilson T Tyner...48...IN, US, US...farmer
Chlora Tyner...41...IN, US, US
Alpheus L Tyner...23...IN, IN, IN...son...veterinary
Shirley Tyner...22...IN, IN, IN...son
Margaret Tyner...87...mother...widowed...9 children, 4 living

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 205; Image: 518
Wilson Tyner...57...IN, IN, KY...retired...owns home...reads/writes
Clara Tyner...51...IN, IN, IN
Shirley Tyner...31...IN, IN, IN...general farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Prairie, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 631; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 281.0.
Wilson I Tyner...68...IN, IN, KY...married at 23
Chlora D Tyner...61...IN, IN, IN...married at 17
Shirley C Tyner...42...IN, IN, IN...single...general farmer

Children of WILSON TYNER and CLORA LEE are:
822......i......ALPHEUS LLOYD TYNER, b. June 1887, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......SHIRLEY C. TYNER, b. March 8, 1888, Tipton County, Indiana, died Sep. 15, 1962, buried in Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

454. MALINDA FLORENCE TYNER (WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 1864 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA and died 17 Feb 1946. She married EMORY SMYSER December 28, 1889 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born July 1870 in Johnson County, Indiana, USA and died 07 Jul 1951. Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. They are buried in Row 12, #7 of Jackson Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. She's listed as Malinda F.

Notes for MALINDA FLORENCE TYNER:
Infant girl, 1 y, died August 6, 1896, Tipton, parents Emery Smyser and Malinda Tyner

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cicero, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 11B; .
Emory Smyser...29...July 1870...IN, IN, IN...barber
Malinda Smyser...35...Sept 1864...IN, IN, KY
Fay Smyser...9...Mch 1891...IN, IN, IN
Olive Smyser...7...Oct 1892...IN, IN, IN
Lynn Smith...28...Aug 1876...OH, OH, OH...male...boarder...barber

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 195; Image: 848.
Emery Smyser...39...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Melinda F Smyser...45...IN, KY, KY
Edna F Smyser...19...IN, IN, IN
Ella O Smyser...17...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 206; Image: 557.
Emery Smyser...49...IN, IN, IN...own home...can read/write...farmer, general
Malindy Smyser...54...IN, KY, KY...3 children, 2 living
Margret Tyner...95...KY, KY, KY...mother-in-law

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 631; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 15; Image: 310.0.
Emery Smyser...59...IN, IN, IN...married at 20...farmer, retired
Malinda F Smyser...65...IN, IN, KY...married at 25

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 631; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 15; Image: 310.0.
Emery Smyser...59...IN, IN, IN...married at 20...farmer, retired
Malinda F Smyser...65...IN, IN, KY...married at 25

Children of MALINDA TYNER and EMORY SMYSER are:
.....i......EDNA FAY SMYSER, b. March 1891, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....ii......ELLA OLIVE SMYSER, b. October 1892, Tipton County, Indiana.

455. JAMES B. SCOGGINS (REBECCA KOLB, SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 03, 1832. He married EMERLINE HAWK.

Child of JAMES SCOGGINS and EMERLINE HAWK is:
.....i......JOHN AUGUSTUS SCOGGINS, b. Abt. 1868, Heard County, Georgia.

456. FRANCIS MARION KOLB (JONATHAN L. , SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 09, 1841 in Georgia, and died May 06, 1928. He married (1) L. SPURRIER. He married (2) MARY ELLEN LEE May 04, 1868 in Coryell County, Texas, daughter of ISAAC LEE and VIANNA ?. She was born March 10, 1853 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, and died April 06, 1925 in Calf Creek, Texas.

Notes for FRANCIS MARION KOLB:
Wounded in the Civil War by the same bullet that killed his brother William Harmon Kolb.

See picture of this couple at http://www.angelfire.com/tx/RandysTexas/page177.html

Child of FRANCIS KOLB and L. SPURRIER is:
.....i......SARAH ELIZABETH KOLB, b. September 07, 1867, Gonzales County, Texas; m. B. F. KEMP, December 12, 1897.

Children of FRANCIS KOLB and MARY LEE are:
.....ii......MARGARET A. KOLB, b. May 09, 1869, Coryell County, Texas; d. January 27, 1931; m. HANSON ALLSBERY MYERS, May 20, 1886, Hamilton, Texas; b. March 30, 1845; d. March 13, 1930.
.....iii......NANCY F. KOLB, b. September 07, 1871, Ellis County, Texas; d. March 22, 1936; m. JOHN DEE FOREMAN, July 02, 1896; b. October 12, 1875; d. June 27, 1918.
.....iv......THEODOSIA E. KOLB, b. April 01, 1874, Coryell County, Texas; d. May 28, 1960; m. C. A. HODGES, February 19, 1893, Erath, Texas; b. September 16, 1871, Tennessee; d. February 09, 1953, Snyder, Texas.
.....v......CORNELIA R. KOLB, b. April 01, 1876, Hamilton County, Texas; m. PERRY MCELROY, June 19, 1906; b. November 05, 1868; d. October 11, 1946.
.....vi......WALTER WILLIAM KOLB, b. February 20, 1878, Hamilton County, Texas; d. November 22, 1951; m. EFFIE ANNA MCMICKENS, April 15, 1900, Erath, Texas; b. February 06, 1883; d. November 18, 1952.
.....vii......THOMAS JONATHAN KOLB, b. July 19, 1880, Ellis County, Texas; d. August 20, 1911; m. NANCY JANE KELLER, December 03, 1899, Erath, Texas; b. August 17, 1879.
.....viii......MARTHA KOLB, b. January 16, 1883, Hamilton County, Texas; d. January 18, 1969; m. DEE KELLER, December 17, 1902, Erath, Texas.
.....ix......CALVIN G. KOLB, b. May 25, 1885, Hamilton County, Texas; d. January 27, 1976, Aspermont, Texas; m. MELISSA MAY KINMAN, September 08, 1905, Brady, Texas; b. November 02, 1887, Streeter, Texas; d. Abt. 1967, Aspermont, Texas.
.....x......ALPHA MAUD KOLB, b. October 05, 1888, Hamilton County, Texas; d. January 19, 1968, Portales, New Mexico; m. JOSEPH BARNETT WOOD, December 16, 1903, Calf Creek, Texas; b. August 08, 1884; d. February 07, 1934.
.....xi......MARY EFFIE KOLB, b. June 25, 1891, Erath, Texas; d. January 20, 1974; m. ZED ARMER BINGHAM; b. August 20, 1890.
.....xii......ZORA BELLE KOLB, b. September 16, 1893, Erath, Texas; d. February 02, 1970; m. JULIUS C. DACY, Abt. 1908; b. March 07, 1889; d. February 1950, San Angelo, Texas.
.....xiii......MANDY PEARL KOLB, b. April 02, 1897, Erath, Texas; d. August 18, 1920; m. ? KELLY.

457. MARTHA ANGELINE KOLB (JONATHAN L., SUSANNAH TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1843. She married PERRY STARR. He was born Abt. 1839.

Children of MARTHA KOLB and PERRY STARR are:
.....i......PERRY STARR.
.....ii......WILLIAM HENRY STARR.
.....iii......GEORGE WASHINGTON STARR.
.....iv......ISAAC JONATHAN STARR.
.....v......AMANDA JANE STARR.
.....vi......JOHN STARR.
.....vii......SARAH EMILINE.
.....viii......SUSANNA STARR.
.....ix......JETTIE STARR.
.....x......LEMUEL STARR.
.....xi......PAUL STARR.
.....xii......TIMOTHY STARR.
.....xiii......JAMES STARR.
.....xiv......MARTHA EMILY STARR.
.....xv......HATTIE STARR.

458. RICHARD HIRAM KOLB (TILMAN, MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 15, 1831 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died February 02, 1901 in Fayette County, Indiana. He married MARY ELIZABETH NEWHOUSE April 29, 1866 in Rush County, Indiana.

Notes for RICHARD HIRAM KOLB:
1880 Harrison, Fayette, IN; Family History Library Film 1254276; NA Film Number T9-0276; Page Number 12D
Name....Relation....Marital Status....Gender....Race.....Age.....Birthplace.....Occupation.....Father's Birthplace....Mother's Birthplace.
Richard Kolb...Self .....S .....Male .....W .....49 .....IN .....Farmer .....GA .....SC
Evy Kolb...Dau .....S .....Female .....W .....13 .....IN .....Keeps House .....IN .....IN .....
Elly Kolb...Dau .....S .....Female .....W .....9 .....IN .....At Home .....IN .....IN .....
George T. Kolb...Son .....S .....Male .....W .....7 .....IN .....At School .....IN .....IN .....
Walter Kolb...Son .....S .....Male .....W .....4 .....IN .....At Home .....IN .....IN .....
Caroline Kolb...Sister .....S .....Female .....W .....51 .....IN .....Keeps House...GA .....SC

Children of RICHARD KOLB and MARY NEWHOUSE are:
.....i......EVY KOLB.
.....ii......ELLY KOLB.
.....iii......GEORGE KOLB.
.....iv......WALTER KOLB.

459. JOHN HORACE KOLB (WILLIAM, MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 13, 1833 in Rush County, Indiana, and died April 17, 1913. He married (1) MARGARET CRIST March 20, 1859 in Lafayette, Rush, Indiana. She was born in Tippiecanoe County, Indiana. He married (2) JEMIMA DEATH February 27, 1891 in Fountain County, Indiana.

Notes for JOHN HORACE KOLB:
Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, pg. 664 (Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1888)

.....JOHN H. KOLB has been identified with the interests of Tippecanoe Township since 1859, and is classed among the representative citizens. He is a native of Indiana, born in Rush County, August 13, 1833, a son of WILLIAM and KEZIAH (RICH) KOLB. The father was a native of Georgia, and when he was eight years old his father, RICHARD KOLB, removed with his family to Indiana. The family settled in Franklin County, and later removed to Fayette County, where WILLIAM KOLB was reared and married, his wife having been born near Chillicothe, Ohio. After marriage WILLIAM KOLB entered eighty acres of land in Rush County, Indiana, on which he lived until 1853. He then removed to Benton County, where he still resides at the age of eighty-two years. His wife, the mother of our subject, is now seventy-nine years of age. They have journeyed down life’s pathway together for a period of fifty-nine years, and in 1878 they celebrated their golden wedding. They have nine children—MRS. MARY JANE CHEAK, JONATHAN (a physician), JOHN H., MRS. MAHALA BENEDICT, JASPER, PHOEBE, RICHARD, WILLIAM D. and ALBERT.
.....JOHN H. KOLB, the subject of this sketch, resided under the home roof until twenty-seven years of age. He was married March 20, 1859, to MISS MARGARET CHRIST, a native of Tippecanoe County, and a daughter of BENJAMIN and LORETTA (MARSTELLER) CHRIST, who settled in this county in 1824. Four children were born to this union, of whom only two are living, named WILBER and WALTER. Two are deceased—MRS. LUELLA GRAVES, who died at the age of twenty-six years, and Benjamin aged six years. MRS. GRAVES left at her death two children—HALLIE, who lives with a sister of MR. KOLB, and EVA, the younger, who is the pet of her grandfather’s home. MRS. KOLB died December 24, 1860, and February 27, 1871, MR. KOLB was again married to MISS JEMIMA DEATH, who was born and reared in Fountain County, Indiana, a daughter of JOHN and ROSANNA (WALKER) DEATH. Two children have been born to this marriage, named JOHN E. and CHESTER. In 1860 MR. KOLB made his first land purchase in Tippecanoe Township, consisting of forty acres. He has since added to his original purchase until he now has 150 acres of Tippecanoe County’s best soil. His farm is well improved, being underlaid with about 900 rods of tiling, and his residence and farm buildings are among the best in the township. MR. KOLB began teaching school at the age of nineteen years, and for about thirteen years was engaged much of the time in that profession. He has been a member of the Christian church since twenty years old, and in 1858 he was licensed to preach, since which time he has done much for the cause of his Master. Possessing a genial and cordial disposition he has made many friends, and is esteemed by the entire community.
Children of JOHN KOLB and MARGARET CRIST are:
.....i......WILBUR KOLB.
.....ii......WALTER KOLB.
.....iii......LUELLA KOLB.
.....iv......BENJAMIN KOLB.

Child of JOHN KOLB and JEMIMA DEATH is:
.....v......CHESTER KOLB, b. December 27, 1879, Lafayette, Tippiecanoe, Indiana; d. April 10, 1970, Little Rock, Arkansas; m. LILLIAN MAY SMILEY, December 23, 1903; b. March 01, 1883, Lafayette, Tippiecanoe, Indiana; d. June 20, 1947, Little Rock, Arkansas.

460. DR. JONATHAN KOLB (WILLIAM , MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born October 22, 1830 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died September 13, 1896 in Oxford, Benton, Indiana, USA. He married MARY ELIZABETH SKETO. She was born November 14, 1858.

Child of JONATHAN KOLB and MARY SKETO is:
.....i......EVA KOLB, d. September 01, 1910; m. FRANK FOLTZ, October 20, 1886.

Notes for FRANK FOLTZ:

A Standard History of Jasper and Newton Counties Indiana
The Lewis Publishing Company - Chicago and New York - 1916
.....FRANK FOLTZ.There has been a marked tendency in recent years for men to leave the professions and the strenuous walks of commercial endeavor and engage in the "back to the land" movement. This has been the experience of Frank Foltz, who for many years was actively engaged in the practice of law at Rensselaer, but who is now entirely out of the profession and gives the full scope of his energies to the management of several farms in Jasper County. Mr. Foltz may be said to be a farmer to the manner born, and in giving up his profession in favor of agriculture is merely responding to the call of his first love.
.....Frank Foltz was born July 20, 1859, his birth place being half a mile south of Romney, near Lafayette in Tippecanoe County. His parents were Cyrus and Mary A. (Rogers) Foltz, the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of Indiana. Cyrus Foltz was a farmer in Tippecanoe County, moved from there into White County in 1868, lived on a farm south of Wolcott until the spring of 870, then moved to Oxford in Benton County, where he engaged in the meat market business. He died at Oxford in 1885.
.....Frank Foltz was about eleven years old when the family removed to Oxford, and in that village most of his early associations were formed, and under the direction of his father he learned the butcher trade. It was there too that he received the greater part of his scholastic training. While his education has been self acquired in the greater part, it has not been necessarily limited below the standards of liberal accomplishment. For the training which he has found of most value in life, Mr. Foltz gives credit to B. F. Johnson, ex-state statistician, and to Judge Simon P. Thompson. His practical career began in 1876, when seventeen years old, as a Benton County farmer. His father bought eighty-three acres three miles north of Oxford as the testing ground for his son's apprenticeship at agriculture, and it should be noted that this land is still part of Mr. Foltz's extensive land holdings. He was engaged in farming there until 1881, and then came to Jasper County to become manager of Judge S. P. Thompson's ranch near what is now Parr. A year later he returned to Oxford, and for several years continued as a farmer in the summer season and taught school during the winter term. Mr. Foltz took up the study of law in the winter of 1884-85 under the direction of Judge S. P. Thompson. His father died in April, 1885, and in March, 1886, he came with his mother to Rensselaer, where he earned his living as an employee in the office of Judge Thompson and at the same time carried on his legal studies. Admitted to the bar in the spring of 1886, he did his first practice before the courts of the justices of the peace and in the employ of Judge Thompson. When Judge Thompson was elevated to the bench in 1896, Mr. Foltz, Charles G. Spitler and Harry R. Kurrie entered into a partnership under the firm name of Foltz, Spitler & Kurrie. From this firm Mr. Kurrie retired in 1904 and as Foltz and Spitler it continued until January, 1910, when it was dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Foltz was in an individual practice until July, 1911, at which date he leased his office and spent the next two years in closing up all his engagements and affairs as a lawyer. The last important act in his career as a member of the bar came in 1913 when he sold his law library and law fixtures. Since then he has given his undivided attention to his extensive farming interests. His holdings as a farmer comprise 692 acres of land, divided among four farms, three of which are in Jasper and one in Benton County. Needless to say he is one of the practical and most successful managers of the resources of the soil in Jasper County.
.....Mr. Foltz is a republican, but has never sought and would never accept a public office. On October 20, 1886, he married Miss Eva Kolb, daughter of Dr. Jonathan Kolb, who was an old time medical practitioner at Oxford, Indiana, until his death. Mrs. Foltz died September 1, 1910. On May 21, 1911, Mr. Foltz married Miss Blanche Hoyes, daughter of George W. and Hester A. (Nowles) Hoyes.
461. JASPER T. KOLB (WILLIAM , MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 09, 1836 in Lafayette, Rush, Indiana, and died January 07, 1918. He married MARIA KNIGHT March 13, 1866 in Lafayette, Rush, Indiana. She was born September 26, 1844, and died February 27, 1927.

Notes for JASPER T. KOLB:
When the Kolb family moved to Benton County in 1854, Jasper taught school for two terms at Tippecanoe, all the while helping run the family farm. At 25, Jasper Kolb enlisted as a private on November 9, 1861 in Company E, 40th Indiana` Volunteer Infantry. In the battle of Missionary Ridge he received two slight wounds; at Kennesaw Mountain, he received a slight flesh wound; at Franklin he was twice wounded. In the November 30, 1864 Nashville battle, under the leadership of General Thomas, Jasper's thighbone was fractured, and he was hospitalized in Nashville and later moved to the Louisville Hospital. From there he was sent home to recuperate. He re-enlisted, was sent to Texas, and was discharged as a first lieutenant on January 23, 1866. He and his wife located in Fountain County, Indiana, where Jasper was successfully engaged as a lumber manufacturer and dealer for nearly twenty years.

Children of JASPER KOLB and MARIA KNIGHT are:
.....i......MABEL MAY KOLB.
823......ii......LIZZIE GRANT KOLB, b. September 14, 1868; d. May 19, 1895, Traver, California.
.....iii......FREDDIE KOLB, b. November 03, 1870; d. October 06, 1871.
.....iv......ADA NETTIE KOLB, b. July 05, 1872; d. July 04, 1891.
824......v......NELLIE BLY KOLB, b. August 16, 1874, Lafayette, Rush, Indiana; d. August 04, 1946.
825......vi......HENRY CLAY KOLB, b. June 16, 1878; d. July 11, 1955.
.....vii......JESSE JAMES KOLB, b. June 01, 1882; d. November 14, 1941; m. ETHEL DAVIS, March 13, 1903, Dinuba, Tulare, California; b. Abt. 1881; d. Abt. 1956.

462. JOSEPHUS RICH (MARGARET KOLB, MEHITABEL TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 28, 1848 in Raleigh, Rush County, Indiana, and died November 11, 1923 in Laclede, Missouri. He married SARAH ELLEN HENRY November 12, 1868 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of JAMES HENRY and JEMIMA SKINNER. She was born February 17, 1847 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died May 25, 1926 in Laclede, Missouri.

Notes for JOSEPHUS RICH:
In 1880 Josephus and Sarah were living in the Taylor Township of Howard Co., IN. In 1883 Josephus moved the family to Kansas. Then moved the family to Laclede Co., MO in 1893.

Children of JOSEPHUS RICH and SARAH HENRY are:
.....i......FLORA EFFIE RICH, b. October 09, 1869, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana; d. August 29, 1924, Guthrie, Logan, Oklahoma; m. JOHN DELMAR SMITH, March 03, 1887.
.....ii......LEWIS ELWOOD RICH, b. April 09, 1872, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana; d. July 03, 1946, Phillipsburg, Laclede, Missouri; m. MARGARET ELIZABETH BARNES, Abt. 1887.
.....iii......ALFRED OSCAR RICH, b. December 27, 1874, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana; d. October 26, 1951, Lebanon, Laclede, Missouri; m. IDA KNIGHT, Abt. 1900.
.....iv......BERTHA AGNES RICH, b. June 20, 1877, Indiana; d. May 06, 1905; m. SIMEON HARRIS, Abt. 1898.
.....v......WALTER HENRY RICH, b. January 28, 1880, Indiana; m. MARY MORRIS, Abt. 1904.
.....vi......CARL VICTOR RICH, b. May 16, 1882, Indiana; d. May 22, 1927.
.....vii......CLARE DONALD RICH, b. August 02, 1885, Kansas; d. May 27, 1905, Laclede, Missouri.

463. ELIZA ANN HAMILTON (LUCINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 09, 1825 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died February 01, 1893 in Fayette County, Indiana. She married JAMES ISAAC DEHAVEN May 11, 1843 in Fayette County, Indiana, son of ISAAC DEHAVEN and NANCY STUCKER. He was born February 1821 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died September 17, 1900 in Fayette County, Indiana.

Children of ELIZA HAMILTON and JAMES DEHAVEN are:
.....i......MARY MYRTLE DEHAVEN, b. Abt. 1843.
.....ii......ELBERT DEHAVEN, b. May 13, 1846.
.....iii......JOHN DEHAVEN, b. April 30, 1850.
.....iv......LUCINDA DEHAVEN, b. November 17, 1852.
.....v......FLORA DEHAVEN, b. Abt. 1855.
.....vi......MINNIE DEHAVEN, b. June 08, 1864.
.....vii......MUSETTE DEHAVEN, b. Abt. 1869.

464. CHRISTOPHER GALE DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born . July 11, 1822, Indiana, USA and died 05 Jun 1893. On 18 Jun 1846 in Fayette County, Indiana, he married NANCY ANN DAVIS, born 21 Sep 1831 and died 17 Jun 1917. At findagrave.com see tombstone photo from Plot: 12-0382-06 in Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA for Christopher Gale DeHaven. She's in Plot: 12-0382-05.

Children of CHRISTOPHER DEHAVEN and NANCY ANN DAVIS:
…..i…..ELMER DEHAVEN, born 1852, died 04 May 1910.
…..ii…..SAMUEL DEHAVEN, born 08 Jan 1863, died 20 Feb 1913. SPOUSE: CAROLINE F. STOLL. She was born 1864 and died 19 November 1921. Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA.

LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIBUNE
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1921
Mrs. Carolina DeHaven, widow of Samuel DeHaven. died Saturday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock, at her home, 226 1/2 Market street, of pneumonia, age 56 years. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Howard Betz, Mrs. Clyde Hoffman and Miss Nora DeHaven; three sisters and one brother, Marie Rudolph of Germany, Mrs. W. A. Plotner, Mrs. Sam Martin and Chas. Stoll, all of Chicago; five grand children and a host of friends. The funeral will be held Tuesday, afternoon at 1:30. from the residence and 2:00 from the Grace Lutheran church, conducted by Rev. Stuehm. Interment will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery.
…..iii…..CHARLES H. DEHAVEN, born 08 Apr 1866, died 02 Apr 1935. Spouse: MINNIE SNIDER, born 24 Jan 1867 Cass County, Indiana, USA, died 17 Feb 1925. At findagrave.com see tombstone photo from Plot: 12-0447-06 of Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA. See hers at Plot: 12-0447-05. Three children: Earl J. Dehaven, Catherine DeHaven, Mary Margaret DeHaven.

465. JAMES TYNER DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 08, 1827 in Indiana, USA, and died 1892 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married MARY FRANCES WOLF April 10, 1856 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She was born August 14, 1830 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA.

Child of JAMES DEHAVEN and MARY WOLF is:
826......i......LAURA M. DEHAVEN, b. August 1868.

465A. MATILDA ANN DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS), b. October 14, 1834, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; d. January 19, 1903, Indiana, USA. Spouse: HARRISON DAVIS, born 14 Oct 1834 Fayette County, Indiana, died 14 Apr 1907 Connorsville, Fayette, Indiana, USA. They're in Lick Creek Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
…..i…..MEREDITH DAVIS, born 30 Oct 1861 Fayette County, Indiana, USA, died 19 Jan 1903 Fortville, Hancock, Indiana. Spouse: MARGARET JANE GRANT, born 12 July 1864 Cass County, Indiana, USA, died 2 July 1917. Children: Ethel S. Davis, Carrie E. Davis, Paul Ted Davis.
…..ii…..QUINCY DAVIS

465B. SAMUEL G. DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 20, 1836 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died March 22, 1858 in Sardorus, Illinois.

Child of SAMUEL G. DEHAVEN is:
.....i......WARREN NEIL DEHAVEN.

465C. ISAAC H. DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 20, 1837 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died July 03, 1891. He married HULDA PERRY October 14, 1858 in Fayette County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1835.

Children of ISAAC DEHAVEN and HULDA PERRY are:
.....i......LOUELLA DEHAVEN, b. Abt. 1860, Fayette County, Indiana.
.....ii......SAMUEL DEHAVEN, b. Abt. 1862, Fayette County, Indiana.

465D. RICHARD L. DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) , b. October 01, 1842, Fayette County, Indiana, USA, died 16 Feb 1912. Spouse: ANAH E. GRIFFITH, born 18 Jul 1846 Scott County, Kentucky, USA, died 04 Apr 1905 Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see their shared tombstone in Connersville City Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
…..i…..TENNESSEE AGATHABELLE DEHAVEN, born 1872, died 1955. Spouse: CHARLES ELMER WIKER, born 16 Feb 1867 Milton, Wayne, Indiana; died 15 Jul 1949 Connervsille, Fayette, Indiana, USA. Child: DOVE ANNA WIKER, born 1891, died 03 Oct 1986 Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.

466. OLIVER L. DEHAVEN (MALINDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS), born May 28, 1844, Fayette County, Indiana, USA, died 16 Feb 1923. Spouse: CHRISTIANA WANLEY, born 24 February 1851, died 1 January 1923. At findagrave.com see shared tombstone photo in Paw Paw Cemetery, Miami County, Indiana, USA.
…..i…..EMMA AMANDA DEHAVEN, born 22 Sep 1874 Madison County, Indiana, USA; died 21 Jun 1943 Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA. Spouse: GEORGE HENRY KANTZLER, born 25 Feb 1871 Miami County, Indiana; died 15 Mar 1948 Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA. Four children. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone from Paw Paw Cemetery, Miami County, Indiana, USA.
…..ii…..OLIVER FAYETTE DEHAVEN, born 22 November 1886, died 22 October 1952, both in Miami County, Indiana, USA. Spouse: FARA NAOMI BUTTERBAUGH, born 10 July 1886 Wabash County, Indiana, died 26 February 1971 Macy, Miami, Indiana, USA. Four children.

467. MARGARET ANN TYNER (JOHN, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 04, 1827 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died June 09, 1906 in Whitley County, Indiana, USA. She married JAMES WILLIAM BROXON November 25, 1843 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, son of DANIEL BROXON and AMELIA ROSS. He was born April 03, 1821 in Kent County, Delaware, USA, and died February 28, 1896.

Notes for MARGARET ANN TYNER:
http://whitley.kneller.com/book1882/sketch/391_402.html
History of Whitley and Noble Counties, Indiana, Written by Weston A. Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard, and published in Chicago by F. A. Battey & Co., in 1882.
JAMES BROXON was born in Kent County, Del., April 3, 1821, the only child of Daniel and Amelia (Ross) Broxon, natives respectively of England and Scotland. The father was a farmer, and died when our subject was but nine years old. Commencing the fall of 1836, James worked on a farm in Fayette County, Ind., three years, and the succeeding three years he served as apprentice to Jeremiah Jeffrey, a blacksmith. November 25, 1842, he married Margaret A. Tyner, of Fayette, and then started a blacksmith-shop of his own. In the fall of 1845, he located on eighty acres of unimproved land in Cass County, near Logansport, erected a forge and followed his trade. In the spring of 1854, he removed to this township, bought 160 acres of land,
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and for twelve years divided his time between his farm and shop. In 1866, he bought 220 acres in the eastern part of the township, where he now lives. His wife has borne him eleven children, of whom nine are still living-Melissa J., Amelia A., John T., Mary E., William C. (all married), and Walter M., Reuben B., Charles O. and Laura D. (single). Mr. and Mrs. Broxon have been members of the Christian Church since 1840; he, also, is a Mason, and has been Postmaster at Saturn for fifteen years. He has held the office of Township Trustee two years, was Justice of the Peace from 1858 to 1862, and again from 1866 to 1878.

Whitley County, Indiana Index to Digest of Obituaries 1856-1910
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http://www.kinexxions.com/raber/raber_t.htm
TYNER, Margaret A (see Broxon, Mrs James) ~ CCCM ~ 15 Jun 1906

Obituary: CCCM; 15 June 1906
BROXON, Mrs. James - Margaret A. Tyner was born in Fayette County (?); became a pioneer in Jefferson Tp., Whitley Co., Ind.; where she died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. I. R. Conner. She and James Broxon were married 25 Nov. 1842; he died 5 years ago. From 1845 to 1854 lived on a farm in Cass Co., Inc. where her husband farmed and conducted a blacksmith shop. Nine of her 11 children are living: Mrs. Conner and John T. Broxon, Jeferson Tp. this county; Mrs. David Braden and Walter and Rueben Broxon, Fort Wayne, Ind.; William C., Union Tp., this county; Chas. O. Broxon in the West; Mrs. Della Griffith, Michigan and Mrs. Joseph Plummer, Roanoke, Ind. A half-brother and 5 half-sisters are living: Oliver Smith, Braden and Henry Millage, Andrews, Ind. Her late husband served Jefferson Tp. in the offices of trustee and justice of the peace; also was the postmaster at Saturn for 15 years. The funeral service was held in the Saturn Church. Burial was in the Sand Bank Cemetery.

Obituary: Friday, June 15, 1906
MARGARET BROXON IS STRICKEN BY PARALYSIS Aged Pioneer of Jefferson Township Died at 2 o'clock Saturday Morning
Mrs. Margaret A. Broxon, a pioneer resident of Jefferson township passed away Saturday morning at 2 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I. R. Conner in the same township, with whom she had made her home for the past two years, from an attack of paralysis. Mrs. Broxon had suffered an attack of paralysis about three months ago but had so far recovered that she was able to go about and only a few days prior to her death had been visiting some of her neighbors. The final and fatal attack came suddenly and without warning. Mrs. Broxon was feeling quite as well (illegible*******************************************) Friday night and ate a hearty supper that evening. .....Margaret A. Tyner was born in Fayette county about 80 years ago. She was united in marriage to James Broxon Nov. 25, 1843 and enjoyed a happy home and friends with her husband for sixty years, the husband preceding her in death five years ago. The family resided in Cass county, near Logansport in 1845 where they resided on a farm until 1854 when they moved to Jefferson township and located on a 160 acre farm which the husband tilled and at the same time conducted a blacksmith shop. In 1886 Mr. Broxon purchased 220 acres of land in the eastern part of Jefferson township where he resided until the time of his death and where Mrs. Broxon lived until two years ago. Eleven children were born to this union, nine of whom survive. They are Mrs. I. R. Conner and John T. Broxon of Jefferson township; Mrs. David Braden, Walter Broxon and Reuben Broxon of Fort Wayne; William C. Broxon of Union township; Chas. O. Broxon who resides in the west; Mrs. Della Griffiths of Michigan; Mrs Joseph Plummer of Roanoke. The deceased is also survived by a half-brother, Oliver Smith of Jefferson township; five half-sisters, Mesdames---------Grace, Peter Smith. and James Putman of Andrews, Ind.; John K. Braden and Henry Millage of Jefferson township. The husband of the deceased was postmaster at the now discontinued post office of Saturn for 15 years and had held the office of township trustee and justice of the peace. The deceased and her husband united with the Christian church in 1840 and born were devout members of the Saturn church of that denomination until death. Mrs. Broxon possessed a high christian character and was loved and respected by all who knew her. The funeral will take place Monday, the procession leaving the Conner residence at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Services at Saturn church, Rev. A. M. Gillispie officiating . Interment in the Sandbank cemetery.
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/3506/Progenitor/wga32.html

Sandbank Cemetery
Jefferson Township
Whitley County Indiana
http://genealogy.whitleynet.org/cem46.htm
Broxon Amanda A - born 1853 died 1922 Mother - Sand Bank 4-43-3
Broxon George D - died December 19 1880 aged 23 years 1 month 4 days-s/o J & MA - Sand Bank 3-34-1-3
Broxon James - died February 28 1896 aged 77 years-- Sand Bank 3-34-1
Broxon John T - born 1848 died 1923 Father - Sand Bank 4-43-1
Broxon Lowel J - born September 27 1899 died October 16 1899-Melvin - Sand Bank 8-87-1
Broxon Margaret - died June 9 1906 aged 78 years 11 months 5 days-w/o James - Sand Bank 3-34-1-2
Broxon Melvin H - born September 1 1882 died June 26 1900-Lowel - Sand Bank 8-87-1-2
Broxon Urban H - born 1878 died 1906 - Sand Bank 4-43-2
Broxon Walter M - born March 1856 died November 1915-- Sand Bank 3-34-1-4

Whitley Co. IN Will Book #4
Broxon, Margaret A. ...book 4...page 293

Children of MARGARET TYNER and JAMES BROXON are:
.....i......JOHN THOMAS BROXON, b. January 21, 1848; d. May 06, 1923, Richmond Township, Whitley, Indiana; m. AMANDA A. ROUSSEAU.
827......ii......HENRY H. BROXON, b. April 09, 1850; d. August 02, 1878.
.....iii......AMELIA ANN BROXON, b. Abt. 1853; d. 1922; m. JOSEPH B. PLUMMER, October 21, 1866.
828......iv......MARY ELIZABETH BROXON, b. January 21, 1853, Logansport, Cass County, Indiana; d. May 30, 1912, Columbia City, Whitley, Indiana.
.....v......WALTER M. BROXON, b. March 1856; d. November 1915.
.....vi......GEORGE D. BROXON, b. 1857; d. December 19, 1880.
.....vii......LAURA D. BROXON.
.....viii......MELISSA JANE BROXON, b. 1859; d. 1861.
.....ix......WILLIAM CHESTER BROXON, b. 1861; d. 1940; m. ANNA V. GILLESPIE, November 20, 1881.

Notes for WILLIAM CHESTER BROXON:
Jefferson Chapel Cemetery
Jefferson Township
Whitley County Indiana
http://genealogy.whitleynet.org/cem45.htm
Broxon Anna V - born 1863 died 1934 William - Jefferson Chapel 7-369
Broxon William C - born 1861 died 1940 Anna - Jefferson Chapel 7-370
.....x......CHARLES O. BROXON, b. 1866; m. LINNIE D. RICH, May 08, 1890.
.....xi......REUBEN E. BROXON, b. May 15, 1874; d. May 03, 1928, Allen County, Indiana; m. IDA R. CUMMINGS, February 25, 1892, Huntington County, Indiana.

468. JORDAN ROSS TYNER (RICHARD, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 1835 in Cass County, Indiana, USA, and died May 22, 1908 in Logansport, Cass County, IN, USA. He married CAROLINE E. GROWELL February 24, 1863 in Cass County, Indiana, USA. She was born November 1840 in Pennsylvania, USA and died 21 Apr 1923. They are buried in Plot: 13-1163 -08 and -07 of Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JORDAN ROSS TYNER:
Enlisted as a Sergeant on 5 November 1861.
Enlisted in Company D, 46th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 5 Nov 1861.
Received a disability discharge from Company D, 46th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 28 Aug 1862.

1870 - Logansport Ward 2, Cass, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Clinton, Cass, Indiana; Roll: M593_302; Page: 65; Image: 130.
Jordan R. Tyner...36...IN...farmer...$3500 real estate...$800 personal
Caroline E. Tyner...29...PA
Richard H. Tyner...2...IN
Sarah Keane...14...domestic servant...IN
Wm. H. Tyner...28...IN...farmer...$3500 real estate...

Census: 1880 ...5th Ward, Logansport, Cass, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254268; NA Film Number ...T9-0268; Page Number ...361C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Jordan R. Tyner...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...45 ...IN ...Work On Farm ...SC ...KY
Caroline E. Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...40 ...PA ...Keeping House ...PA ...PA
Richard H. Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...12 ...IN ...Attended School ...IN ...PA
John T. Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...4 ...IN ......IN ...PA
Nillee Jacobs...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...23 ...OH ...Seamstress ...PRUSIA ...PRUSIA
Sadie Kistler...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...20 ...IN ...Seamstress ...OH ...OH

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Eel, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T623 362; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 12.
Jordan R Tyner ...64...Oct 1835...married 37 years...IN, IN, IN...car inspector on railroad
Caroline E Tyner...59...Nov 1840...7 children, 3 living...PA, PA, PA
Vera U Tyner...18...Dec 1881...IN
Maude Ray...19...May 1881...boarder...IN, IN, OH
Harry Gentelman...29...April 1871...boarder...OH, NH, VA...carpenter, RR
Charles W Soule...27...Nov 1872...boarder...MA, MA, NY...clerk, RR

1920 - Logansport Ward 2, Cass, Indiana
Caroline Tyner...79...PA, PA, PA...widow
Vera E. Tyner...39...IN...owner, beauty parlor

Name: .....Jordan A. Tyner
Date: .....22 May 1908
LOCATION: .....Logansport
Age: .....72 yr
Gender: .....Male
Race: .....W
Source Location: .....City Health Office, Logansport
Source Notes: .....The source of this record is the book CH-2 on page 15 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

Children of JORDAN TYNER and CAROLINE GROWELL are:
829......i......RICHARD H. TYNER, b. 27 May 1867, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. 24 Oct 1929.
.....ii......JOHN TALBOTT TYNER, b. December 26, 1875, Indiana, USA; d. May 09, 1946, San Francisco, California, USA; m. ANITA WALSH; b. Abt. 1880, California, USA, died 27 Dec 1969. Both buried in Plot: Garden / Section: K1 Row/Tier: TIER 16 RM1 of Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Colma, San Mateo, California.

Notes for JOHN TALBOTT TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Oakland Ward 1, Alameda, California; Roll: T624_69; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 79; Image: 1287
John T Tynes...30...IN, IN, IN
Anita C Tynes...25...CA, Ireland, England
Anna Walsh...65...Eng, Eng, Eng...mother

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: San Francisco, San Francisco, California; Roll: 204; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 258; Image: 217.0
John T Tyner...52...IN, IN, PA...merchant, tailoring
Aneta Tyner...48...CA, North Ireland, Massachusetts

CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX, 1940--1997
Name: John Talbott Tyner
Social Security #: 559097497
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 26 Dec 1875
Birthplace: Indiana
Death Date: 9 May 1946
Death Place: San Francisco
Mother's Maiden Name: Growall
FATHER'S SURNAME: Tyner

.....iii......VERA E. TYNER, b. December 1881, Cass County, Indiana, USA.

469. WILLIAM H. TYNER (RICHARD, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Apr. 25, 1840 in Cass County, Indiana, USA, and died June 25, 1920 in Indiana, USA. He married ELLEN HYNES February 27, 1873 in Cass County, Indiana, USA. She was born March 11, 1854 in Indiana, USA and died Nov. 3, 1934. They're in Plot: 12-0391 -02 of Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana.

Notes for WILLIAM H. TYNER:
Census: 1880...Clinton, Cass, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254268; NA Film Number ...T9-0268; Page Number ...391C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
H. William Tyner...Self ...M ...Male...W...40...IN ...Farmer...SC...KY
Ella Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W...26 ...IN ...Keeping House ...OH...OH
Florence Tyner...Dau...S...Female...W...6...IN...IN...IN
Emma Tyner...Dau...S...Female ...W...3...IN...IN ...IN
James Tyner...Son...S...Male...W...1...IN...IN...IN
Henry Bobric...Other...S...Male...W...21...OH...Farm Laborer...OH...OH

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Clinton, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T623 362; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 5
William Tyner...60...Apr 1840...IN, NC, KY...farmer
Ella Tyner...46...Mar 1854...IN, IN, OH...
Emma Tyner...22...Jul 1877...IN
James Tyner...21...Dec 1878...IN...farm laborer
Frank Tyner...17...Mar 1883...IN...at school

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Jefferson, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T624_341; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 39; Image: 1304.
William H Tyner...70...IN, IN, IN...married 38 yrs...general farming
Ella Tyner...56...IN, IN, OH
Emma Tyner...32...IN
Frank Tyner...27...IN...general farming

INDIANA DEATHS 1882-1920
Name: William H. Tyner
Date: 25 Jun 1920
LOCATION: Jefferson Township
Age: 80 yr
Gender: Male
Race: W
Source Location: County Health Office, Logansport
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book H-20 on page 102 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and ELLEN HYNES are:
830......i......FLORENCE TYNER, b. April 18, 1875, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. September 27, 1925, Cass County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......EMMA TYNER, b. July 1877, Cass County, Indiana, USA, d. 10 Dec 1958. Emma is buried in Plot: 12-0391 -01 of Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana. She married CHARLES LEROY BANTA, born 13 May 1873 and died 10 Dec 1958, both in Cass County, Indiana.
.....iii......JAMES TYNER, b. December 1878, Cass County, Indiana, USA; m. ELLA COBLE, born 21 Nov 1875, died 17 Nov 1954. He and Ella share a tombstone in Davis Cemetery, Burnettsville, Cass, Indiana.
.....iv......FRANK TYNER, b. 27 March 1883, Cass County, Indiana, USA, died 09 Jan 1954 Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA, buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, IN. On 30 Apr 1935 he married ESTELLA EVELYN WELLS, born 1887 and died 1967.

470. ELIZABETH TYNER (RICHARD, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1841 in Cass County, Indiana, and died April 22, 1905 in Cass County, Indiana. She married ISAAC N. CORY October 16, 1860 in Cass County, Indiana, son of NATHAN CORY and MARIA CORBETT. (Source? Is this correct?) He was born April 29, 1839 in Cass County, Indiana, and died 29 Mar 1907 in Logansport, Cass County, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of their tombstones (FAG 26124058 for her, FAG 26124057 for him) in St. Johns Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA. Per findagrave, Enlisted as a Private on 16 August 1862. Enlisted in Company G, 73rd Infantry Regiment Indiana on 16 Aug 1862. Discharged from Company G, 73rd Infantry Regiment Indiana on 2 Mar 1863.

Sources include: Historical Register of National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1749, 282 rolls); Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group 15; National Archives, Washington, D.C..

Year: 1870; Census Place: Logansport, Cass, Indiana; Image: 40404 Isaac N. Corry…31...IN Elizabeth Corry…28…IN Harry Corry…6…IN William Holmes…18…IN Year: 1880; Census Place: Logansport, Cass, Indiana; Roll: 268; Family History Film: 1254268; Page: 361C; Enumeration District: 030; Image: 0358.
(Ancestry mis-transcribes surname as "Corg").
Isaac Corg...40...IN, SC, KY...painter.
Elizabeth Corg...36...IN, SC, KY.
Harry Corg...16...IN, SC, KY...clerks in grocery store Year: 1900; Census Place: Eel, Cass, Indiana; Roll: 362; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 0010; FHL microfilm: 1240362.
Isaac N Cory...61...Apr 1839...OH, OH, OH...married 40 years...capitalist.
Elizabeth Cory...57...Sept 1842...IN, SC, KY... .
Harry Cory...35...Jul 1864...IN, IN, IN...agent for circus.
Child of ELIZABETH TYNER and ISAAC CORY:
…..i…..HENRY CORY, born Jul 1864 and died single 21 Dec 1905, both in Cass County, Indiana, USA. On the death certificate his occupation looks like “hatter.” He died of a fracture at the base of the skull and shock. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone in St. Johns Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA..

471. JOHN OLIVER TYNER (RICHARD, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 5 October 1846 in Cass County, Indiana, USA and died 27 Feb 1930. He married SARAH ELIZABETH REED October 05, 1882 in Cass County, Indiana, USA, daughter of MICHAEL REED and SARAH TITTLE. She was born March 1852 in Indiana, USA and died 4 April 1915.

Notes for JOHN OLIVER TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Clinton, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T623 362; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 5
John A Tyner...53...Oct 1846...IN, SC, KY...farmer
Sarah Tyner...48...Mar 1852...IN, PA, OH
Ross R Tyner...16...Apr 1884...IN, IN, IN
Josie A Tyner...12...Nov 1887...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Clinton, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T624_341; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 33; Image: 1179.
John Oliver Tyner...63...IN, SC, KY...married 27...farmer, own farm
Sarah E Tyner...58...IN, PA, OH...2 children, 1 living...married 27

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Logansport Ward 3, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T625_425; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 32; Image: 913
John O Tyner...78...IN, SC, KY...widowed...own home...can read/write
Marion A Carter...39...IN, KY, IN...soninlaw
Josephine Carter...31...IN, IN, IN...dau
Florence Carter...2...IN, IN, IN...granddau

Children of JOHN TYNER and SARAH REED are:
.....i......ROSS R. TYNER, b. April 1884, Cass County, Indiana, USA, d. 28 July 1907.
831......ii......JOSEPHINE A. TYNER, b. November 1887, Cass County, Indiana, USA.

472. MEREDITH TYNER (RICHARD, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 12, 1852 in Cass County, Indiana, USA, and died December 23, 1937. He married ANNABEL CLYMER September 23, 1874 in Cass County, Indiana. She was born March 15, 1853 in Indiana, and died July 08, 1906.

Notes for MEREDITH TYNER:

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Clinton, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T623 362; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 5
Meridith Tyner...46...Sept 1853...IN, SC, KY...farmer
Anabel Tyner...47...Mar 1853...IN, OH, VA
William Shinrod...16...Sept 1883...IN, Germany, Germany...boarder, farm hand

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Logansport Ward 3, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T624_342; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 26; Image: 187.
Edward B Goodnow...33...OH, MAS, MAS...tractor salesman
Lottie Goodnow...31...IN, IN, IN...wife...
Meridith Tyner...57...IN, SC, KY...father-in-law...widowed...own income

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Logansport Ward 2, Cass, Indiana; Roll: T625_425; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 28; Image: 828.
Edger B Goodnow...43...OH, Massachusetts, Germany...salesman
Lottie M Goodnow...40...IN, IN, IN
Merdith Wyner...65...IN, NC, KY...father-in-law...retired

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Logansport, Cass, Indiana; Roll: 579; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 714.0; FHL microfilm: 2340314.
Lottie M. Goodnow...49...IN, IN, IN...widowed...
Meridith Tyner...77...IN, IN, IN...widowed...floor walker, department store

St. John's Cemetery, Logansport, Cass Co. IN
http://www.rootsweb.com/~incass/stjohn.html
ROSS R. TYNER: 4/4/1884-7/28/1907
SWEET REST IN HEAVEN
OTTO C. TYNER: 1879-1928
ALICE B. TYNER: 1878-1948
EMILY BOSS TYNER: DIED: 6/5/1879; AGE 66Y 3M 27D
WIFE OF R. TYNER
RICHARD TYNER: DIED: 4/23/1893; AGE 86Y 6M 17D
MINNIE TYNER: 9/8/1875-4/6/1890
ANNABELLE TYNER: 3/15/1853-7/8/1906
MEREDITH TYNER: 9/12/1852-12/23/1937

WPA DEATHS CASS CO. IN
http://www.rootsweb.com/~incass/tin-tys.html
NAME OF DECEASED SEX COLOR AGE AT DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH BOOK PAGE
Tyner Annabel .....F...W...53 .....July 7 1906... Logansport .....CH-1... 155
Tyner Annabel .....F... W...53 .....July 8 1906... Logansport ..... C-12... 12
Tyner Cora .....F...W...2 .....Mar 6 1880...Logansport .....CH-1...22
Tyner Jordan A .....M...W...72 .....May 22 1908...Logansport .....CH-2...15
Tyner Richard .....M...W... 9 Mo ... Apr 5 1896... Logansport .....CH-1 ...79
Tyner Richard .....M...W...9 Mo... Apr 5 1896...Logansport ..... C-8... 99
Tyner William H .....M...W... 80 .....June 28 1920 ...Jefferson Twp ... H-20...102

Children of MEREDITH TYNER and ANNABEL CLYMER are:
832......i......OTTO C. TYNER, b. 1879, Cass County, Indiana, USA; d. 1928.
.....ii......LOTTIE M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1879; m. EDGAR B. GOODNOW, September 20, 1899, Cass County, Indiana. Buried in St. Johns Cemetery, Logansport, Cass, Indiana as Lottie M. Wallace.

473. JAMES GORDON (MATILDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1830 in Indiana, USA. He married NANCY HOOD September 23, 1853 in Rush County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1835 in Indiana, USA.

Children of JAMES GORDON and NANCY HOOD are:
.....i......FRANCES GORDON, b. Abt. 1856.
.....ii......ADAM OSCAR GORDON, b. Abt. 1858.
.....iii......MARY JANE GORDON, b. Abt. 1863.
.....iv......LOUIS J. GORDON, b. Abt. 1868.

474. JEFFERSON GORDON (MATILDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1840 in Indiana, USA. He married MARTHA J. NIXON December 06, 1874 in Rush County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JEFFERSON GORDON:
Census: 1870 Farmer w/brother James in Washington Twp., Rush Co., Indiana (p.26)
Census: 1880 Farmer in Washington Twp., Rush Co., Indiana (ED79,p.22)

Child of JEFFERSON GORDON and MARTHA NIXON is:
.....i......ELMER GORDON, b. Abt. 1876.

475. JANE GORDON (MATILDA TYNER, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1844 in Indiana, USA. She married WILLIAM B. KNOTTS September 18, 1867 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, son of RICHARD KNOTTS and ANN HATFIELD. He was born September 08, 1839 in Washington Township, Rush, IN, USA, and died October 08, 1872.

Notes for JANE GORDON:
Census: 1850 Apparent orphan w/William Wolf in Harrison Twp., Fayette Co., Indiana (p.210)
Census: 1860 Apparent orphan w/Samuel & Malinda (Tyner) Dehaven in Harrison Twp., Fayette Co., Indiana (p.74)
Census: 1880 Widow in Fairview Twp., Fayette Co., Indiana (ED142,p.8)

Children of JANE GORDON and WILLIAM KNOTTS are:
.....i......EVA KNOTTS, b. Abt. 1869, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......ADDIE KNOTTS, b. Abt. 1871, Rush County, Indiana, USA.

476. ALMIRA TYNER (SAMUEL GIVENS, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) , b. Abt. 1833, Fayette County, Indiana, USA; m. JOSEPH WILBURN CALDWELL, March 15, 1855, Fayette County, Indiana. She d. 02 Feb 1899 Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, USA. He was born October 1831 Indiana, USA, and died 1919. At findagrave.com see photo of her tombstone as Almira Caldwell in Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, USA. ( FAG 73436330). See photo of his tombstone in Village Creek Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA (FAG 110923992).

Fayette County Indiana; Marriages 1831 - 1870, Part I Grooms Part II Brides Compiled by Ruth M Sl; Book: F; Page: 305
Name: Almira Tyner
Spouse Name: Wilburn Caldwell
Marriage Date: 15 Mar 1855
Marriage County: Fayette

Year: 1870; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M593_312; Page: 54B; Image: 187253; Family History Library Film: 545811
Wilburn Caldwell...38...IN
Almira Caldwell...37...IN
Roslin Caldwell...14...IN
Mary Caldwell...12...IN
Ross Caldwell...9...IN
Amanda Caldwell...7...IN
Hannah Caldwell...3...IN
Charles Caldwell...5...IN
Perry Caldwell...7/12...IN

.....I.....ROSLIN CALDWELL, born abt. 1856 Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....MARY E. CALDWELL, born abt. 1858 Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
832A.....iii.....ROSS TYNER CALDWELL, born 08 Sep 1860 Fayette County, Indiana, USA; died 05 Jan 1936 Glendale, Los Angeles, California, USA.
.....iv.....AMANDA E. CALDWELL, born abt. 1863 Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....HANNAH CALDWELL, born abt. 1867, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....CHARLES CALDWELL, born abt. 1868, Fayette County, Indiana, USA.
.....vii.....PERRY CALDWELL, born abt. 1869 Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.

476A. WILLIAM ROSS TYNER (SAMUEL GIVENS, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 03 May 1836 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died 12 Mar 1905. He married ELIZABETH WILLIAMS February 13, 1873 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. She was born 02 Jun 1845 in Indiana, USA, and died Oct. 2, 1924. They share a tombstone in Columbia Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana.

Notes for WILLIAM ROSS TYNER:
1880 - Harrison, Fayette, Indiana
William Tyner...45...IN, IN, IN
Elizabeth Tyner...34...IN, KY, KY
Elizabeth Tyner...4...IN, IN, IN
John Williams...19...brother-in-law...works on farm...IN, IN, IN

Child of WILLIAM TYNER and ELIZABETH WILLIAMS is:
.....i......ELIZABETH TYNER, b. Abt. 1876.

477. JAMES M. TYNER (SAMUEL GIVENS, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 1841 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA. He married EMMA F. ?. She was born February 1852 in Indiana, USA. James M. Tyner was buried January 10, 1928 in Sec: 48, Lot: 625 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. An Emma T. Tyner was born February 1852 and buried 4 May 1925 in Sec. 48 Lot 625 of Crown Hill National Cemetery, too. Maybe someone mistook an F. for a T.? At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone.

Notes for JAMES M. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: 276; Family History Film: 1254276; Page: 68C; Enumeration District: 144; Image: 0138. June 3, 1880.
James Tyner...38...IN, IN, KY...farmer
Emma F. Tyner...28...IN, NY, IN
Charles L. Tyner...10...KS, IN, IN
Laura Tyner...8...KS, IN, IN
A. M. Tyner...11 months...IN, IN, IN...female

1900 Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
James Tyner...58...June 1841...IN, IN, IN
Emma Tyner...48...Feb 1852...IN, VA, VA
Althea Tyner...20...July 1874...dau...IN

1910 - Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana
James Tyner...68...IN, IN, KY...M1
Emma F Tyner...59...IN, NY, IN...2 kids, 2 living...M1

1910 - Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana
James Tyner...68...IN, IN, KY...M1
Emma F Tyner...59...IN, NY, IN...2 kids, 2 living...M1

Census: 1920 Attendant-city dog pound in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED241.p.9B)
Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T625_455; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 241; Image: 849
James Tyner...77...IN, NC, KY
Emma F. Tyner...66...IN, NY, IN

Children of JAMES TYNER and EMMA F. HIGLEY are:
.....i......CHARLES L. TYNER, b. Abt. 1870, Kansas. Buried 9 November 1912 in Crown Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......LAURA TYNER, b. Abt. 1872.
.....iii......ALTHEA MAUDE TYNER, b. 17 Jul 1879 Indiana, died 22 May 1954, married CHARLES JOHN MOHR. She is buried in Plot: Sec: 62, Lot: 232 of Hill National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. Charles was born 08 Jan 1871 Pennsylvania, USA, and died 07 Aug 1928. Their daughter NORINE MOHR was b. 09 Nov 1902 Indianapolis, and died 14 Jun 1992 Beech Grove, Marion, Indiana, USA, wife of DANIEL C. SULLIVAN.

478. JOHN TYLER TYNER (SAMUEL GIVENS, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 1845 in Fayette County, Indiana. He married AMANDA WILLIAMS March 25, 1870 in Fayette County, Indiana. She was born Jun. 1, 1848 in Indiana and died Mar. 12, 1937, widowed. Both are buried in Lick Creek Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA. His tombstone has no dates but is inscribed Co. D 133 IND INF.

Notes for JOHN TYLER TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Harrison, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M593_312; Page: 72A; Image: 147; Family History Library Film: 545811
John Tyner...26...IN...farmer
Amanda Tyner...21...IN
(next door to father, Samuel Tyner)

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Connersville, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: 276; Family History Film: 1254276; Page: 64D; Enumeration District: 144; Image: 0131
John Tyner...36...IN, KY, KY...married...factory worker
Amanda Tyner...IN, IN, IN
H? Tyner...8...IN, IN, IN...in school (male)
William Tyner...2...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Harrison, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: T624_348; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0028; FHL microfilm: 1374361
John T. Tyner...64...IN, IN, KY...own income
Manda Tyner...61...IN, KY, KY
Frank Tyner...32...IN, IN, IN...single...wagondriver, bread

Children of JOHN TYNER and AMANDA WILLIAMS are:
832C.....i......WILLIAM TYNER, b. Abt. 1878, Fayette County, Indiana, USA, died 1931. He married LOLA PEARL CRAMER, born 1882, died 1960. They share a tombstone in Lick Creek Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
478A. EMILY TYNER (SAMUEL GIVENS, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS), b. 17 Aug 1851, Fayette County, Indiana; d. 12 Oct 1931 Madison County, Indiana. She m. JOHN DOUGLAS GOODING. He was born 16 Aug 1852 Fleming County, Kentucky, USA and died 26 Oct 1931 Madison County, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of her tombstone in Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison, Indiana, USA.

Anderson Daily Bulletin, 13 Oct 1931 Anderson, Madison Co., Indiana
MRS.GOODING DIED AT FRANKTON HOME
Mrs.Emma Gooding age eighty, wife of John D. Gooding was found dead in bed Monday morning by her daughter Mrs.Perry Saner,who had gone to the Gooding home Monday morning. Mrs.Gooding had lived alone for several years, her former husband lives in Anderson. Her two children Harry Gooding of near Anderson and Mrs.Maude Saner spent Sunday evening with their mother, remaining there until 9 o'clock. She had been in usual health. Besides the two children a granddaughter survives. Funeral arrangements have not been made.

12 OCT 1931 FRANKTON WOMAN IS BURIED TODAY: Funeral services were held this afternoon for Mrs.John Gooding at the family home with Rev Otto Stroup in charge. Burial was made in the Anderson Cemetery.

Children of JOHN DOUGLAS GOODING AND EMILY TYNER:
.....I.....OTTO GOODING, b. 22 May 1881, died 26 May 1930. Wife: ANNA M. ? At least one child.
.....ii.....HARRY TYNER GOODING, born 19 Oct 1884, died 29 Apr 1946. Spouse: HAZEL MAY BILBY. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone in Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Frankton, Madison, Indiana, USA.
.....iii..... .....iv.....

479. WILLIAM BRICE TYNER (WILLIAM, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 1846 in Indiana, USA, and died August 1919 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH W. SYMMES November 15, 1868 in Randolph, Indiana, USA. She was born November 1846 in Indiana, USA, and died Abt. June 22, 1914 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM B. TYNER:
Census: 1870 Laborer in Wayne Twp., Randolph Co., Indiana (p.45)
Event: Census2 BET 1900 AND 1910 Saloon keeper in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED138,p.3A; ED202,p.2A)

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; Roll: 295; Family History Film: 1254295; Page: 255B; Enumeration District: 114; Image: 0212.
William B. Tyner...33...IN, IN, IN...railroad conductor
Sarrah Tyner...33...IN, SC, SC
Liensetta Tyner...10...IN, IN, IN...dau
William A. Tyner...7...IN, IN, IN...son
Zoe Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Center, Marion, Indiana; Roll: 389; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0138; FHL microfilm: 1240389
William B. Tyner...53...Dec 1846...IN, IN, OH...married 31 years...saloon keeper
Sarah Tyner...53...Nov 1844...IN, VA, OH...4 children, 3 living
Wm. A. Tyner...27...Jul 1872...IN, IN, IN...bartender
Zoe M. Tyner...25...Jul 1879...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 11, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T624_369; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 0202; ; FHL microfilm: 1374382.
William B. Tyner...63...IN, IN, IN...saloonkeeper, saloon
Sarah Tyner...63...IN, England, NC...3 children, 3 living

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and SARAH SYMMES are:
.....i......ALICE LUCETTA TYNER, b. 21 Feb 1870, Delaware County, Indiana, USA; died 17 Feb 1943. She had two children with GEORGE G. MCHAFFIE, b. 16 Jan 1864 Stiles, Hendricks, Indiana, USA, died 9 July 1929. George was married 4 times and had two children with Alice. He's buried in Mooresville Cemetery, Mooresville, Morgan, Indiana, USA. She married ADAM FRANCIS HILDEBRAND, born 26 May 1888 Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA, died 6 February 1945 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. Adam was buried February 9, 1945 in Plot: Sec: 95, Lot: 1068 of Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. Alice is buried in Sec: 51, Lot: 208 of Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......WILLIAM ALBERT TYNER, b. June 7, 1872 Harrisburg County, Indiana, USA, d. 17 Dec 1949 Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA. Wife MARY FRANCES WARE born 1873, d. 1956. Mary had two children (Melvin Ellsworth and Florence) by her first husband, a man named FRANK ELSWORTH HUGHES, but they went by the Tyner surname after Mary married William in 1904. At FAG Memorial 158689974 is a memorial page with a tombstone photo for a William A. Tyner buried in 1949 in Lakewood Park Cemetery, Rocky River, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA. At 169430836 is a page for Mary Frances Ware Tyner.

"Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/
groom's name: William A. Tyner
groom's birth date: 1872
groom's birthplace: Indiana
groom's age: 32
bride's name: Mary F. Hughes
bride's birth date: 1873
bride's birthplace: Ohio
bride's age: 31
marriage date: 10 Mar 1904
marriage place: Marion, Indiana
groom's father's name: William Tyner
groom's mother's name: Symmes
bride's father's name: Samuel Ware
bride's mother's name: Castner
groom's race: White
groom's marital status: Single
bride's race: White
bride's marital status: Widowed
indexing project (batch) number: M01960-3
system origin: Indiana-EASy
source film number: 413542
reference number: Pg 116 Rn 246

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 10, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T624_368; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 0173; ; FHL microfilm: 1374381.
William A. Tyner...36...IN, IN, IN...saloon, bartender
Mary Tyner...37...OH, OH, OH
Milton Tyner...19...OH, IN, OH... draftsman, auto co.
Florence Tyner...16...IL, IN, OH...operator, telephone

It appears they may have divorced and then remarried.
Source Citation: Title: Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1911 - 1915 Inclusive Vol, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Ind; Book: 72; Page: 626.
William A. Tyner
Spouse Name: Mary F. Tyner
County: Marion
DOB: 7 June 1872
Age: 42

"Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," index, FamilySearch
groom's name: William A. Tyner
groom's birth date: 1873
groom's birthplace: Harrisville, Ind.
groom's age: 41
bride's name: Mary F. Tyner
bride's birth date: 1874
bride's birthplace: Akron, Ohio
bride's age: 40
marriage date: 06 Feb 1914
marriage place: Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana
groom's father's name: Wm. B. Tyner
groom's mother's name: Sarah Symes
bride's father's name: Samuel Ware
bride's mother's name: Ada Castner
groom's race: White
groom's marital status: Unknown
groom's previous wife's name:
bride's race: White
bride's marital status: Unknown
bride's previous husband's name:
indexing project (batch) number: M00645-3
system origin: Indiana-EASy
source film number: 413547
reference number: p 27

World War I Draft Registration Card
William Albert Tyner
487 Brush, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
DOB: 7 June 1873
Civilian Inspector of something for United States
relative: Mary Frances Tyner, same address
medium height, stout, light brown eyes, black and gray hair

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Downers Grove, DuPage, Illinois; Roll: 512; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 79.0; FHL microfilm: 2340247.
William A. Tyner...57...IN, IN, IN
Mary T. Tyner...56...OH, OH, OH
Florence Wilheit...36...IL, IN, OH...widowed...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: East Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Roll: T627_3050; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 18-87. 1878 Farmington Rd.
Florence Wilhite...46...IL...widowed...4 yr. hs...asst supt., Illuminating Co ...income 1877 and other income...home valued at 10800
Mary Tyner...67...IN...mother...6th grade education
William Tyner...66...IN...salesman, bus. broker...8th grade education
Clarence Kibby...51...TN...widowed...lodger...salesman...income 1830

"Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch
Name: William A Tyner
Death event date: 17 Dec 1949
gender: Male
death age: 77y6m10d
race: White
birth date: 07 Jun 1872
birthplace: Harrisburg, Ind
estimated birth year: 1872
father: William B. Tyner
mother: Sarah Sims
film number: 2247103
digital folder number: 4109195
image number: 03032

.....iii......ZOE MAY TYNER, b. July 1874 Indiana, married HARRY LEON HICKS 27 Jun 1900 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. Buried in Plot: Sec: 48, Lot: 104 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

480. CYRUS TYNER (WILLIAM, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 1849 in Indiana and died 12 July 1910 Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana. Buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware, Indiana. He married JENNIE BECKNER March 12, 1878 in Delaware County, Indiana. She was born 06 Oct 1850 in Indiana, died 7 Feb 1895 per Beech Grove Cemetery tombstone (unless there's another Jennie Tyner buried there).

Notes for CYRUS TYNER:
Marriage date varies. Some trees give 12 March 1878, others December 1878. Without seeing data, I can only guess the marriage application was March and the actual marriage took place in December? Or somebody got the date wrong.

Census: 1880 Laborer-harness shop in Muncie, Delaware Co., Indiana (ED184,p.28)
Cyrus Tyner...35...IN...VA
Jennie Tyner...25...IN...VA...OH
Loring H. Tyner...1...IN...IN...IN
Elizabeth Beckner...mother-in-law...64...OH...PA...PA

Census 1900 Widower, harness maker w/father in Muncie, Delaware Co., Indiana (EDd32,p.2B)

Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920
Name: Cyrus Tyner
Date: 12 Jul 1910
Location: Muncie
Age: 61 Yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Muncie
Source notes: The source of this record is the book CH-8 on page 18 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

Child of CYRUS TYNER and JENNIE BECKNER is:
.....i......LORING H. TYNER, b. August 1878, Delaware County, Indiana, died 23 Oct 1902 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana. Buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, USA.

481. HARMON HILL TYNER (DANIEL HARRIS, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 1842 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died 19 May 1909. His birth name was Harman H Mackey; before the age of 7 in 1850, he was adopted by Daniel and Caroline Tyner. He married CARRIE BRAKE. She was born Abt. 1841 in New York, USA and died 01 Jul 1894.. About 1897 he married MARGARET REISING, daughter of JOHN REISING and MARIA KOVERMANN, who was born 22 Feb 1857 Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH, USA and died 07 Mar 1920. Carrie (FAG #68829835) and Harmon (FAG #68829856) are buried in Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, USA. Wife Margaret (FAG #47660640) is buried in St Bernard Cemetery, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, USA.

Notes for HARMON H. TYNER:
Census: 1880...Springfield, Clarke, Ohio
Family History Library Film ...1254999; NA Film Number ...T9-0999; Page Number ...263D
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Harmon Tyner...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...38 ...IN ...City Bill Poster ...IN ...IN
Carrie Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...39 ...NY ...Keeping House ...PA ...PA
Frank Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...17 ...OH ...City Bill Poster ...OH ...OH
Willie Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...3 ...OH ...At Home ...IN ...NY

Year: 1900; Census Place: Springfield Ward 3, Clark, Ohio; Roll: 1246; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 0024; FHL microfilm: 1241246 (next door to 24 year old John Reising)
Harman H Tyner…57…July 1842…IN, IN, KY…married 3 years…bill poster
Margaret Tyner…43…Feb 1857…OH, Germany, Germany…1 child, 1 living
William Tyner …23…June 1876…OH, IN, OH…bill poster…son
Ross Stapleton…18…1872…OH, OH, OH…bill poster…servant

Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
Name: Herman Hill Tyner
Death Date: 19 May 1909
Death Place: Springfield, Clark, Ohio, USA

Harman's Civil War pension was paid to his wife Margaret.
Name: Harman H Tyner
State Filed: Ohio
Widow: Margaret Tyner
Roll Number: T288_483

The 1920 Springfield Directory shows Margaret as his wife.
Name: Harmon H Tyner (deceased)
Gender: Male
Spouse: Margaret Tyner
Publication Title: Springfield, Ohio, City Directory, 1920

Sources include a World Tree at ancestry.com by Andreas Kovermann

Children of HARMON TYNER and CARRIE BRAKE were:
833......i......FRANK H. TYNER, b. December 18, 1861, Springfield, Clark, Ohio; d. April 17, 1947, Los Angeles County, California.
.....ii......WILLIAM M. TYNER, b. June 1876, Clarke County, Ohio, USA.

482. EMILY JANE TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1821 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died Bef. 1856. She married RODNEY J. TAYLOR September 16, 1849 in Fayette County, Indiana. He was born 06 Sep 1824in New York and d. 09 Mar 1889 in York County, Nebraska, USA. He m. SARAH A. DICKEY 14 Feb 1856 in Wabash County, Indiana. At findagrave.com see his and Sarah's tombstones in Lushton Cemetery, Lushton, York, Nebraska, USA. FAG Memorial #73573686 for Rodney, 73573687 for Sarah. #33430339 for Emily Jane Tyner in Matlock Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA. No dates, but inscription Age 23 yrs 10 mos 13 days Wife of Rodney" and there's an infant Tyner, died Sep. 24, 1854, "Son of R.J. & E.J." in Matlock Cemetery.

Notes for EMILY JANE TYNER:
Year: 1850; Census Place: Harrison, Fayette, Indiana; Roll: M432_144; Page: 204B; Image: 415. August 19, 1850.
Rodney Taylor...25...NY...carpenter
Emily Taylor...22..IN
David Taylor...11/12...IN

Child of EMILY TYNER and RODNEY TAYLOR is:
.....i......DAVID TAYLOR, b. Abt. 1849, Harrison Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.

483. JOHN A. TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS), b. August 1826, Fayette County, Indiana; d. November 16, 1901, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana; m. MARY JANE MCCLELLAN, September 26, 1852, Indiana; b. Abt. 1833, Ohio; d. 1908, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana. They share a tombstone in Lagro IOOF Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana with names "John A." and "Mary J." Tyner on the photo of the tombstone at findagrave.com, which also believes her maiden name was "McClennan."

Year: 1860; Census Place: Lagro, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 334; Image: 334; Family History Library Film: 803304 (next door to brother James)
John Tyner...30...IN...$400 real estate...$200 personal estate...farmer
Marry J Tyner...28...OH
Virginia Tyner...7...OH

Year: 1870; Census Place: Lagro, Wabash, Indiana; Image: 166696
J Tyner...43...IN...$1800 real estate...$472 personal estate...farmer
M Tyner...37...OH...keeps house
V Tyner...15...IN

Year: 1880; Census Place: La Gro, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: 315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 295A; Enumeration District: 186; Image: 0592
John Tyner...53...IN, SC, KY...farmer
Mary J. Tyner...46...OH, KY, Ireland...keeps house
Virginia Tyner...18...IN, IN, OH...dau

Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900-2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Name: Mary J Tyner
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 74
Birth Date: 1834
Birth Place: Ohio
Death Date: 3 Feb 1908
Death Place: Penn, St Joseph, Indiana, USA
Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse: John Tyner
Father: Samuel Mc Clellon of Scotland
Mother: ? Potts, of Ireland
Cause of death: endocarditis

483A. JAMES ANDREW TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 17, 1829 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died April 21, 1907 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH ANN MCCLELLAN November 10, 1856 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, daughter of SAMUEL MCCLELLAN and JANE ?. She was born Abt. 1835 in Ohio, USA, and died 28 Dec. 1901. They share a tombstone in Lagro IOOF Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana. There's a photo at findagrave.com under James A. Tyner, but I can't read the dates for Sarah and they didn't bother putting up a link. It does list her as "Sarah Ann McCelland," though.

Notes for JAMES ANDREW TYNER:
Year: 1860; Census Place: Lagro, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: M653_304; Page: 334; Image: 334; Family History Library Film: 803304 (next door to brother John)
Jas. Tyner...21...IN...$800 real estate...$350 personal...farmer
Sarah A. Tyner...25...IN...housewife
Emily Tyner...11...IN
John S. Tyner...2...IN

1880 - La Gro, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: La Gro, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 294.3000; Enumeration District: 186; Image: 0590
James Tyner...50...IN, SC, KY...farmer
Sarah A. Tyner...45...OH, Ireland, Ireland
John S. Tyner...21...IN, IN, OH...farm laborer
Samuel D. Tyner...18...IN, IN, OH...farm laborer
Amanda Tyner...17...IN, IN, OH...housework
Elmer E. Tyner...16...IN, IN, OH...farm laborer
Mary A. M. Tyner...12...IN, IN, OH...at home

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lagro, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T623_410 Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 115
James A Tyner...69...Oct 1830...IN, SC, KY...farmer
Sarah Tyner...65...Mar 1835...OH, PA, Ireland...7 children, 6 living
John S Tyner...41...Nov 1858...IN, IN, OH...farmer...single
Samuel D Tyner...39...Aug 1860...IN, IN, OH...farmer...single
Amanda H Tyner...38...Mar 1862...IN, IN, OH...schoolteacher...single
Marthy A Tyner...32...May 1868...IN, IN, OH...schoolteacher...single

Children of JAMES TYNER and SARAH MCCLELLAN are:
.....i......EMMA JANE TYNER, b. Abt. 1856, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; m. FERRIS W. KELSEY, December 27, 1878, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......JOHN S. TYNER, b. November 25, 1858, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; m. LILLIAN DALE on 28 February 1903. She was b. December 11, 1866, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She died of cerebral hemorrhage Oct. 12, 1957 North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, he of angina pectoris 11 October 1931 in Wabash, Wabash, IN, both buried in Sec E, lot 109, sp 4 and 5 of Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.
.....iii......SAMUEL D. TYNER, b. August 1860, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; died 24 Jan 1924; m. AMANDA MAY WAITE. May was born 20 Jun 1860 and died 18 Jun 1903, both in Wabash County. Cause of death: dilation of heart for him, heart failure for her. They have a double tombstone in Sec. E, lot 109 of Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash, IN, she as A. May Tyner. At findagrave.com see photo

Notes for SAMUEL D. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Peru Ward 3, Miami, Indiana; Roll: T625_441; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 159; Image: 436.
Samuel D. Tyner...58...IN, IN, OH...widowed...lodger...can read/write...automobile agent
.....iv......HELEN AMANDA TYNER, b. May 1862, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana. Helen died of angina 30 November 1934 Huntington, Huntington, Indiana. She's buried in Sec. L, lot 91, sp. 3 of Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.
Lafayette Indiana Journal & Courier - Monday, December 3, 1934.
LAST RITES FOR PIONEER TEACHER
Huntington, Ind, Dec 2--(AP)School pupils of Huntington will pay a last tribute here tomorrow afternoon to a pioneer school teacher, Miss Helen A Tyner, who died yesterday after a career of teaching in the city grade schools that began in 1906. Miss Tyner, a native of Wabash county, became principal of the Riley school here in 1923 and was serving in that capacity at the time of her death, she also served as president of the Northeastern Indiana Teachers' Association.
834......v......ELMER E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1864, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......MARY TYNER, b. Abt. 1866, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana.
.....vii......MARTHA ALICE TYNER, b. May 1869, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, died of lobar pneumonia in Washington, D. C., and buried in Sec L, lot 91, sp 4 of Falls Memorial Garden, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA..

484. MARY ISABELLE TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 25 Sept 1831 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA and died 19 Jun 1925. She married WILLIAM A. BENNER December 13, 1857 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born February 03, 1827 in Indiana and died 15 Oct 1892 Sweetser, Grant, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone for Mary I. Benner at Plot: B19 L29 G11 in Estates of Serenity, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA. See tombstone of W. A. Benner in G12.

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM BENNER are:
835......i......FLORIAN M. BENNER, b. 1858; d. Jun 1938, Marion, Grant, Indiana.
.....ii......JACOB BENNER, b. Abt. 1860, Richland Twp., Grant, Indiana.
.....iii......SABINA BENNER, b. Abt. 1860, Richland Twp., Grant, Indiana.
.....iv......JOSEPH HARMON BENNER, b. 12 Nov 1862, Richland Twp., Grant, Indiana; d. 01 Jun 1948 Grant County, Indiana, USA. Spouse: ERVIE ROSETTA RENBARGER, b. 22 Jul 1865 Indiana, d. 10 Sep 1937 Indiana. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone in Estates of Serenity, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA.<
.....v......VICTORIA MARY BENNER, b. Abt. 1865, Richland Twp., Grant, Indiana.
.....vi......SARAH ELIZABETH BENNER, b. Abt. 1867, Richland Twp., Grant, Indiana.

485. REBECCA RUTH TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 26 June1835 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, and died April 20, 1918. She married NELSON BECHTOL April 06, 1854 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born 27 August 1823 in Virginia, and died July 03, 1903. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone in Lagro IOOF Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Notes for REBECCA RUTH TYNER:
In the 1880 census for Lagro, Wabash County, IN is Nelson Bechtol, 69, VA, VA, VA, farmer, with wife Ruth, 46, IN.

Children of REBECCA TYNER and NELSON BECHTOL are:
.....i......MARY ISABELLE BECHTOL, b. 24 Apr 1854 Wabash County, Indiana; d. 12 Feb 1894. She married JAMES THOMAS BIGGERSTAFF on 06 Sep 1876. He was b. Sept 1852 in Pickaway County, Ohio. Together they had 8 children including James Raymond; Leona or Leone V.; Ruth R.; and Bessie; Earl; Clark; Lee; and Florence Biggerstaff, all born between 1876 and 1891. In 1880 they were living in North Grove, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......GEORGE BECHTOL, b. Abt. 1857.
.....iii......WILLIAM BECHTOL, b. Abt. 1859.
.....iv......DAVID BECHTOL, b. Abt. 1863.
.....v......MILTON HOMER BECHTOL, b. 21 May 1866 Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA; died 29 Mar 1933 York, York, Nebraska, USA. Spouse: ANNA L. MEADOWS, born 24 Mar 1870 Indiana, died 17 Jun 1937 Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA. Child: FAYE I. BECHTOL. Milton is buried in Plot: Lot D-17, space 4 in Greenwood Cemetery, York, York, Nebraska, USA; Anna is in Lot D-17, space 2.
.....vi......EUGENE BECHTOL, b. Abt. 1868.

486. BENJAMIN DICKEY TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 14, 1835 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died May 20, 1880 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH JANE STEPHENSON September 05, 1854 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1837 in Ohio, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN DICKEY TYNER:
They were married by Elder John Sparks. Civil War vet.

Sources include Zella Willoughby's tree at Ancestry.com's Family Trees.

Year: 1880; Census Place: Erie, Miami, Indiana; Roll: T9_298; Family History Film: 1254298; Page: 485.3000; Enumeration District: 117; Image: 0573.
William Thompson... 24...IN, OH, OH...farmer
Malissa Thompson... 22 ...wife...IN, OH, OH...
Irene Thompson... 4...dau...IN, OH, OH
Minnie Thompson ...2...dau...IN, OH, OH
Alvah Tyner... 20...brother...IN, OH, OH
Ezra Tyner ...14...brother...IN, OH, OH
Asher Tyner ...14...brother...IN, OH, OH
Bertha Tyner ...7...sister...IN, OH, OH

Children of BENAJMIN TYNER and SARAH STEPHENSON are:
.....i......LAURA ALICE TYNER, b. July 05, 1855, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. April 15, 1856, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
836......ii......SARAH MELISSA TYNER, b. August 28, 1857, Fairmount, Grant, Indiana; d. April 22, 1923, Denver, Denver, Colorado.
837......iii......WILLIAM ALVAH TYNER, b. November 06, 1859, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. January 27, 1930, Noble, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......MARY ELLEN TYNER, b. October 17, 1862, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana; d. October 18, 1862, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.
.....v......ELMER CARY TYNER, b. October 17, 1862, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. October 18, 1862, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......EZRA TYNER, b. November 27, 1866, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. September 27, 1946, Indiana, USA. Never married. Buried in Middle Creek Cemetery, Grover Hill, Paulding, Ohio.
838......vii......ASHER ALLEN TYNER, b. November 27, 1867, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana; d. April 08, 1950, Peru, Miami, Indiana.
.....viii......BERTHA INEZ TYNER, b. October 17, 1874; d. December 20, 1952, Peru, Miami, Indiana; m. WILLIAM CHARLES ROBERTSON.

487. DAVID HURLBERT DRUMMOND TYNER (DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 11, 1843 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died April 13, 1924 in Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married (1) JENNIE MCCARTY July 26, 1866 in Indiana, USA. She was born April 01, 1867 Kentucky, died 01 Apr 1867. He married (2) CHARLOTTE BANNISTER July 13, 1872 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, daughter of NATHANIEL BANISTER and EMELINE DALE. She was born December 13, 1841 in Indiana, and died April 16, 1873 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married (3) MALINDA MILLIKEN June 12, 1874 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born 19 Jul 1843 in Indiana, USA, and died April 04, 1897. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone at Lagro IOOF Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash, IN for David (FAG memorial 31720416). Malinda is also buried there (at findagrave.com see tombstone from FAG memorial 31720418). Jennie buried in Plot: sec o.p., lot 57, sp. 2 of Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash, IN; see photo of tombstone at findagrave.com (memorial 47825108). At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone for Charlotte Tyner from Leedy Cemetery, Wabash County, Indiana, USA (FAG memorial 16390649)

Notes for DAVID HURLBERT DRUMMOND TYNER:
1880 - District 180, La Gro, Wabash, Indiana
David H. Tyner...37...IN, NC, KY...farmer
Melinda Tyner...34...IN, Iowa, Texas
Susan Tyner...14...IN
Ora Tyner...5...IN
Flossy Tyner...1...IN
Samuel Milligan...18...W...bound laborer, farm...IN, KY, ?

1900 - Lagro, Wabash, Indiana
David Tyner...56...June 1843...IN, SC, KY...Farmer
Flossie E Tyner...21...Jan 1879...IN, IN, IN
Lenard H Tyner...19...Aug 1880...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer

1910 - Wabash Ward 2, Wabash, Indiana
David H Tyner...66...IN, SC, VA...married 3...14...finisher, manu.
Flossie Tyner...38...IN...single...dressmaker

1910 - Wabash Ward 2, Wabash, Indiana
David H Tyner...66...IN, SC, VA...married 3...14...finisher, manu.
Flossie Tyner...38...IN...single...dressmaker

Children of DAVID TYNER and JENNIE MCCARTY are:
.....i......THOMAS TYNER, b. April 01, 1867 Wabash County, Indiana, and died there 21 August 1867.
.....ii......SUSAN VIRGINIA TYNER, b. April 01, 1867. Based on Flossie's obituary, she married a man named ? GRISWELL and moved to Long Island, New York.

Child of DAVID TYNER and CHARLOTTE BANNISTER is:
839......iii......GERTRUDE TYNER, b. Abt. 1873, Lagro Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Children of DAVID TYNER and MELINDA MILLIKEN are:
840......iv......ORVAL DAVID TYNER, b. June 03, 1875.
.....v......FLOSSIE ELIZABETH TYNER, b. January 15, 1879, became an RN, died of diabetes in 1949 and was buried at Lagro I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash, Indiana. Read her obituary at http://www.findagrave.com
.....vi......LEONARD M. TYNER, b. August 15, 1880, LaGro, Wabash, Indiana, USA; m. LEONA MAY ?. Based on Flossie's obituary, he was County Clerk, his wife died in 1924, and Flossie then moved in with him.

Notes for LEONARD M. TYNER:
Leonard M. Tyner age 38
res: LaGro, Wabash Co., IN
b: Aug 15, 1880
occup: Salesman, International Harvester Co., Fort
Wayne, Allen Co., IN
rel: Leona May Tyner of same res addr
phys: med/stout, blue eyes, brown hair
DATED: Sept 12, 1918
487A. MARGARET COOK (NANCY TYNER COOK, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS SARAH, NICHOLAS) born 14 Jan 1825, married JAMES G.ARRARD DYER in about 1842. He was born about 1822 in Ohio. At findagrave.com (Memorial 76358418) see a photo of her tombstone in Broxon Cemetery, Laud, Whitley, Indiana, USA.

1850; Census Place: Washington, Rush, Indiana; Roll: M432_170; Page: 502A; Image: 266. August 22, 1850.
James Dyer…28...OH...farmer, real estate worth $2800
Margaret Dyer…25...IN
William M Dyer…6...IN
Edward M Dyer…4...IN
Nancy C Dyer…1...IN

Did he run off hunting for gold? A James Dyer, 28, born Ohio, shows up in the 1850 census for Placerville and Vicinity, El Dorado, California, USA on 19 Dec 1850 as a gold miner. Apparently, based on the following census records, he did return.

Year: 1860; Census Place: Jefferson, Whitley, Indiana; Roll: M653_307; Page: 810; Image: 344; Family History Library Film: 803307
James G Dyre..38...OH
Margaret Dyre..36...IN
Milton E Dyre..14...IN
Vilenia Dyre..8...IN
Emily Dyre ..7...IN
John Dyre..4...IN

Year: 1870; Census Place: Jefferson, Whitley, Indiana; Image: 292425
James J Dyer...48...OH...farmer
Margret Dyer..46...IN
William M Dyer..26...IN
Edward M Dyer..24...IN
Velence A Dyer..19...IN
Emily J Dyer..18...IN
John J Dyer..14...IN

Year: 1880; Census Place: Washington, Whitley, Indiana; Roll: 324; Family History Film: 1254324; Page: 497B; Enumeration District: 099; Image: 0578
James Dire...58...OH, Delaware, VA...widowed...works on tile mill

Children of Margaret Cook and James G. Dyer include:
…..i…..WILLIAM MARTIN DYER, b. 11 Feb 1844 Rush Co. IN, d. 17 Jun 1920 Jefferson Township, Whitley, Indiana, USA.
…..ii…..EDWARD M. DYER, b. 07 Feb 1846 Rush Co. IN, d. 03 Nov 1915 Jefferson Twp., Whitley, Indiana, USA.
…..iii…..NANCY CAROLINE DYER, b. 01 Oct 1848 Rush County, Indiana; d. 21 Dec 1925 Jefferson Twp., Whitley, Indiana, USA. On 25 May 1870 in Whitley Co. IN she m. JACOB HARTLEY, b. 18 Feb 1828 Virginia, USA; d. 30 Dec 1883 Laud, Whitley, Indiana, USA. Six children: Alva Walker Hartley, Elma June Hartley, Lela Maude Hartley, Margaret Lee Hartley, Bessie Gertrude Hartley, James Aubrey Hartley.

487B. JOHN T. COOK (NANCY TYNER COOK, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS), b. 24 Jan 1827, d. 10 Feb 1902. On 28 Nov 1855 in Rush Co. IN he married AMANDA NEWHOUSE. She was b. 15 Sep 1836 and d. 20 Jul 1864, both in Rush Co. IN. On 03 Jan 1867 he married SARAH JANE OSBORN in Henry County, Indiana, USA. She was b. 09 Oct 1836 Henry Co. IN, d. 09 Jan 1926 Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA. Sarah's death date isn't on it.

The Daily Republican, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, published 11 January 1926, page 1
Sarah Jane Osborn-Cook 1836-1924
FUNERAL SERVICES TODAY
MRS. SARAH JANE COOK DIES AT THE HOME OF HER STEP-SON
.....Mrs. Sarah Jane Cook, widow of the late John T. Cook, died Saturday afternoon at the home of her step-son, Elvin Cook, living north of Rushville a few miles. The deceased was 89 years old.
.....The funeral services were held at two o'clock this afternoon at the Little Blue River Baptist Church north of this city, in charge of the Rev. Mr. Harlan, and the burial was made in the church cemetery.

Children of JOHN T. COOK and AMANDA NEWHOUSE: .....i.....JAMES W. COOK, b. 16 Sep 1856 and d. 24 Aug 1865, Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see tombstone photo from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....SAMUEL N. COOK, b. 12 Oct 1858 and d. 08 Jul 1882, Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see tombstone photo from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....ELVEN A. COOK, b. 18 Sep 1860 Rush Co. IN, d. 1941. He m. NANCY A. HENDRICKS 16 Feb 1882 Rush Co. IN, and RUSHIA A. REEL 20 Oct 1886 Rush Co. IN.>BR> .....iv.....MATILDA A. COOK, b. 11 Sep 1862 and d. 20 Jun 1885, Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.

Children of JOHN T. COOK and SARAH JANE OSBORN: .....v.....WILLIAM M. COOK, b. 11 Oct 1866 and d. 22 Sep 1883, Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....MARTHA A. COOK, b. 18 Nov 1867 and d. 06 Aug 1889, Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
......vii.....MARY M. COOK, b. 04 Dec 1868 and d. 20 Dec 1868, Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....NORA E. COOK, b. 30 Nov 1870 and d. 18 Aug 1899 Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....ix.....NANCY I. COOK, b. 08 Jan 1876 and d. 01 Aug 1894 Rush Co. IN. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone from Little Blue River Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
488. MARY JANE TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 10, 1830 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died July 11, 1884 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. She married BARNABAS COFFIELD February 22, 1849 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He was born January 12, 1825 in North Carolina, USA, and died Abt. 1910.

Notes for MARY JANE TYNER:
Census: 1880...Blue River, Hancock, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254282; NA Film Number ...T9-0282; Page Number ...193C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Barnabas Coffield...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...55 ...NC ...Farmer ...NC ...NC
Jane Coffield...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...49 ...IN ...Keeping House ...SC ...IN
America Coffield...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...23 ...IN ...At Home ...NC ...IN
Alice Coffield...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...20 ...IN ...At Home ...NC ...IN
Martha E. Coffield...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...18 ...IN ......NC ...IN
Mary F. Coffield...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...11 ...IN ......NC ...IN

Children of MARY TYNER and BARNABAS COFFIELD are:
.....i......JOHN H. COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1850, Blue River Twp., Hancock, Indiana; d. Bef. 1860, Hancock County, Indiana.
841......ii......WILLIAM MARTIN COFFIELD, b. December 27, 1851, Hancock County, Indiana; d. March 12, 1916, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....iii......JAMES M. COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1854; m. CALLIE GATES, August 31, 1876, Hancock County, Indiana. Notes for JAMES M. COFFIELD: Residence: 1915, Texas per 1916 history of Hancock Co., Indiana
.....iv......AMERICA A. COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1857; d. Bef. 1916; m. PERRY D. COLLINS, September 01, 1885, Hancock County, Illinois.
.....v......ALICE COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1860.
.....vi......LUCINDA COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1860; d. Bef. 1916.
.....vii......MARTHA ELLEN COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1862, Center Township, Hancock, Indiana; m. (1) LEWIS M. ELSBURY, August 23, 1882, Hancock County, Illinois; m. (2) JOHN S. THOMAS, June 30, 1903, Hancock, Illinois; b. Abt. 1852, Indiana.
.....viii......MARY FLORA COFFIELD, b. Abt. 1868, Center Township, Hancock County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1916; m. CHARLES H. BAILEY, October 06, 1901, Hancock County, Illinois.

489. AMANDA ELLEN TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 30, 1832 in Harris Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died March 21, 1885 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married ROBERT L. ROMACK October 18, 1857 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, son of GEORGE ROMACK and ELIZABETH LAPSLEY. He was born September 06, 1824 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA, and died April 30, 1881 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see their tombstone photos from Albright Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana---grave 2 lot 5 for Robert.

Notes for AMANDA ELLEN TYNER:
Migration: September 06, 1864, From Hancock Co. to Cicero Twp., Tipton, Indiana. Abt. 1873, Moved to Prairie Twp., Tipton, Indiana

Children of AMANDA TYNER and ROBERT ROMACK are:
842......i......ROBINSON A. ROMACK, b. September 06, 1858, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....ii......JAMES L. ROMACK, b. Abt. 1859, Hancock County, Indiana; m. REBECCA DAVENPORT, Abt. 1891; b. Abt. 1865, Indiana. He died 1939. At findagrave.com see tombstone photos from Plot: Section C1, Row 8, Lot 1 of Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, Huntington, Indiana, USA.
......iii......TRAIN C. ROMACK, born June 1861 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA, died Jan. 3, 1921, and buried as T.C. Romack in Section 4, Row 2, #11 of Sharpesville Cemetery, Sharpesville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He married ERA ETNA TYNER September 23, 1885 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM TYNER and MARGARET HAMILTON. She was born Abt. 1859. Children are listed under (452) Era Etna Tyner
843.....iv......EMMA MAY ROMACK, b. 21 May 1862, Hancock County, Indiana; m. SAMUEL HUGGERMAN BERRY.
.....v......SELENIA A. ROMACK, b. Abt. 1867, Hancock County, Indiana; m. O. P. RESSLER.
.....vi......GEORGE T. ROMACK, b. Abt. 1869, Hancock County, Indiana; m. ARTIE NASH.
.....vii......ELBERT L. ROMACK, b. Abt. 1871, Hancock County, Indiana; m. LILLIAN RUGGLE.
.....viii......JESSE G. ROMACK, b. Abt. 1872, Hancock County, Indiana.
844......ix......LUCINDA ROMACK, b. July 03, 1874, Tipton County, Indiana; d. March 04, 1948, Tipton County, Indiana.

490. JOHN HARRIS TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 07, 1834 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died October 21, 1915 in Jackson Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married (1) MARGARET HEAVENRIDGE October 28, 1858 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1843 in Kentucky, USA. He married (2) MARGARET CLARK June 15, 1865 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. She was born January 29, 1843 in Kentucky, USA, and died November 19, 1925 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JOHN HARRIS TYNER:
1880 - Brandywine, Hancock, Indiana
John Tyner...43...IN, NC, IN
Margaret Tyner...37...KY, KY, KY
James M. Tyner...11...IN
Mary L. Tyner...7...IN
Margaret Tyner...6...IN
Rubie Tyner...2...IN

1900 - Jackson, Hancock, Indiana
John Tyner...65...Nov 1834...IN, SC, IN...farmer
Margett Tyner ...57...Jan 1843...KY, KY, KY
Morgan J Tyner ...31...Dec 1868...IN...son...
Hazel A Tyner ...12...Feb 1888...IN...dau...

1910 - Jackson, Hancock, Indiana
John Tyner...75...M2...44...IN, SC, IN...farmer
Margett Tyner ...67...M1, 44, 5 kids, 5 living...KY, KY, KY
Morgan J Tyner ...41...IN...IN...operator, sub station
Hazel A Tyner ...22...IN...IN..

1920 - Greenfield Ward 1, Hancock, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Greenfield Ward 1, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: T625_436; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 46; Image: 367
Margaret Tyner...76...KY, KY, KY
Morgan Tyner...51...IN, IN, KY...single...engineer, sub station

Child of JOHN TYNER and MARGARET HEAVENRIDGE is:
.....i......DORA TYNER, b. March 1860, Hancock County, Indiana; m. THOMAS H. TODD.

Children of JOHN TYNER and MARGARET CLARK are:
.....ii......MORGAN JAMES TYNER, b. 17 December 1868, died 30 Jan 1948, both in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone in Plot: Old Park Cemetery (OPC) 1 of Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
845......iii......MOLLIE T. TYNER, b. Abt. 1873, Hancock County, Indiana.
846......iv......MARGARET M. TYNER, b. May 1874, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
846A.....v......RUBY S. TYNER, b. 4 Oct 1977, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. 02 Aug 1951; m. JAMES C. KIGER, January 26, 1898, Hancock County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......HAZEL A. TYNER, b. February 1888, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; m. EZRA HOLMES, May 15, 1920, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1877, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for HAZEL A. TYNER:
1920 - Olive, Elkhart, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Olive, Elkhart, Indiana; Roll: T625_431; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 31; Image: 955.
Edgar Holmes...38 ...IN, IN, IN
Hazel Holmes...31...IN, IN, IN
Lowell Holmes...14...IN, IN, IN
Loyd Holmes...13...IN, IN, IN
Gladys Holmes...7...IN, IN, IN

1930 - Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: 591; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 162.0.
Ezra Holmes...53...KY, KY, KY...$1000...laborer, electric tractor
Hazel A Holmes...42...IN, IN, KY

491. ELIZA ANN TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 20, 1837 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, and died November 06, 1921 in Rush County, Indiana. She married ALFRED M. NEWHOUSE December 14, 1853 in Hancock County, Indiana, son of SAMUEL NEWHOUSE and MARY KITCHEN. He was born November 08, 1832 in Union Township, Rush, Indiana, and died March 1910.

Children of ELIZA TYNER and ALFRED NEWHOUSE are:
847......i......ALONZO N. NEWHOUSE, b. November 12, 1854, Union Township, Rush, Indiana.
848......ii......JAMES M. NEWHOUSE, b. November 13, 1855, Union Township, Rush, Indiana.
849......iii......ARVINA ALICE NEWHOUSE, b. January 04, 1858, Rush County, Indiana; d. October 13, 1905, Rush County, Indiana.
850......iv......AMERICA J. NEWHOUSE, b. April 19, 1860, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana.
.....v......MARSHALL E. NEWHOUSE, b. October 27, 1862, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana; m. OLLIE M. CANADY, January 01, 1890, Rush County, Indiana; b. April 1872, Indiana.
851......vi......SAMUEL L. NEWHOUSE, b. March 12, 1865, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana.
.....vii......MARY FLORENCE NEWHOUSE, b. September 29, 1869, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana; d. Abt. 1949; m. JOHN ABERNATHY, January 08, 1890, Rush County, Indiana; b. September 1863, Indiana.
852......viii......LUCINDA ELLA NEWHOUSE, b. April 01, 1872, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana.
853......ix......ALVA E. NEWHOUSE, b. March 08, 1874, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana.
854......x......HATTIE M. NEWHOUSE, b. October 28, 1876, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana; d. May 1962.
.....xi......OLETHA ANN NEWHOUSE, b. May 05, 1879, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana; d. January 13, 1886, Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana.
.....xii......WILSON T. NEWHOUSE, b. August 12, 1867, Center Township, Rush, Indiana; d. October 27, 1868, Center Township, Rush, Indiana.

492. WILLIAM FRANKLIN TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 01, 1839 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died October 30, 1872 in Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married MARY JANE TYNER February 21, 1861 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM TYNER and EMILY VIRT. She was born March 10, 1843 in Indiana, USA, and died April 26, 1909 in Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA.

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and MARY TYNER are:
.....i......BENJAMIN TYNER, b. March 08, 1861, Indiana; d. December 05, 1872, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....ii......OSCAR F. TYNER, b. November 30, 1862, Hancock County, Indiana; d. February 13, 1917, Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, buried in sect 7 lot 33 of Crownland Cemetery, Noblesville, Hamilton, IN; m. FELICIA SMALL, September 13, 1898, Marion County, Indiana.
855......iii......OLIVER PERRY TYNER, b. September 11, 1864, Hancock County, Indiana, USA; d. September 11, 1935, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.
856......iv......ELLA TYNER, b. June 08, 1869, Indiana; d. November 07, 1934, Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana.
.....v......WILL TYNER, b. Aft. 1870.

493. EMILY TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 27, 1843 in Brandywine Township, Hancock County, Indiana, and died October 16, 1922 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana. She married JOHN HAYES DUNCAN August 31, 1870 in Hancock County, Indiana, son of HENRY DUNCAN and CLARISSA ?. He was born January 1839 in Indiana. He had two sons by his first wife, Mahala June Pope. Source for children: Don T. Mitchell's WorldTree at Ancestry.com and findagrave.com memorial pages

Children of EMILY TYNER and JOHN DUNCAN are:
.....iii.....ARCHIE DUNCAN, b. Abt. 1871, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. 18 Feb 1959. At findagrave.com see tombstone photo in Plot: Lot 61 Grave 6 Section OPC 1 of Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....CARRIE DUNCAN, b. August 1872, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. 14 Feb 1959. Spouse: MARTIN LUTHER NEWHOUSE (1867--13 March 1945). Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
.....v......MABEL DUNCAN, b. Nov. 1875, d. 31 Dec 1939. Spouse: GEORGE J. WIGGINS. At findagrave.com in Plot: Section 9 of Park Cemetery, Grennfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA see photo of shared tombstone.
.....vi......YANCY HAYES DUNCAN, b. March 1878, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. 22 Mar 1953. Wife: ELSIE M. ANDREWS (1883--8 Dec 1969 New York, USA). Daughter: MADELYN DUNCAN RHODES

494. JAMES CALDWELL TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 10, 1848 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died January 01, 1926 in Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH MELVINA POWER October 16, 1867 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, daughter of SYLVESTER POWER and LUCINDA MATHEWS. She was born October 09, 1847 in Franklin Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died March 23, 1925 in Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES CALDWELL TYNER:
1880 census...Brandywine, Hancock, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254282; NA Film Number ...T9-0282; Page Number ...174B
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
James C. Tyner...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...32 ...IN ...Farmer ...SC ...IN
Sallie Tyner...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...32 ...IN ...Keeping House ...OH ...OH
Harvey Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...11 ...IN ...At Home ...IN ...IN
Claude Tyner...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...7 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Edgar Tyner...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...5 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Nancy Hold...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...21 ...IN ...Servant ...IN ...IN
James Sebastian...Other ...S ...Male ...W ...27 ...KY ...Servant ...KY ...KY

Children of JAMES TYNER and SARAH POWER are:
857......i......HARVEY JAMES TYNER, b. September 09, 1868, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. August 02, 1959, Fountaintown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.
858......ii......CLAUDIA ESTELLA TYNER, b. May 04, 1873, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. February 18, 1966, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......RONALD EDGAR TYNER, b. December 07, 1874, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. July 12, 1955, Fountaintown, Shelby, Indiana, USA; m. ROSA E. DAVIS, August 05, 1896, Hancock, Indiana, USA; b. June 20, 1876, Indiana, USA, died 11 Jan 1955. Visit findagrave.com to see photos of their tombstones in Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for RONALD EDGAR TYNER:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Ronald Edgar Tyner
City: 227 E. North, Greenfield
County: Hancock
State: Indiana
Birth Date: 7 Dec 1874
Race: White
Roll: 1503897
short height, medium build, brown hair and eyes
self-employed drilling gas and oil
wife Rosa Ellen Tyner

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Greenfield Ward 1, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: T625_436; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 46; Image: 358.
Edgar Tyner...45...IN, IN, IN
Rose E Tyner...43...IN, IN, IN
Ann E Davis...60...IN...mother-in-law

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana; Roll: 591; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 129.0.
Ronald E Tyner...55...IN, IN, IN...$4000
Rose E Tyner...52...IN, IN, IN

.....iv......BYNUM HOWARD TYNER, b. May 19, 1882, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA; d. March 29, 1917, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; m. ROSE ?, May 10, 1906. At findagrave.com see photo of tombstone he shares with his parents in Park Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.
.....v......RAYMOND EARL TYNER, b. April 01, 1886, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana; d. July 29, 1886, Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana. Burial: Shiloh Church Cemetery, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA

495. ELBERT LANE TYNER (JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 11, 1851 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died November 09, 1926 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He married MARTHA E. ELLIS April 02, 1873 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1854 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for MARTHA E. ELLIS: Martha's father was born Ohio, mother in Indiana.

Children of ELBERT TYNER and MARTHA ELLIS are:
.....i......MAUDE T. TYNER, b. Aft. 1880; m. ? RUCKER.
.....ii......PANSY M. TYNER, b. Abt. 1875; m. GEORGE W. GORDON, October 29, 1893, Hancock County, Illinois.
.....iii......JEWELL MAE TYNER, b. Abt. 1878; m. SAMUEL STEELE, June 15, 1899, Marion County, Indiana.
.....iv......NOBLE TYNER, b. May 1894, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana; d. September 06, 1894, Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana.

496. ANNIS GORDON (EMILY TYNER, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 24, 1834 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died March 17, 1915 in Connersville, Fayette, Indiana. She married HARVEY PARSONS August 06, 1858 in Fayette County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1830 in Virginia.

Notes for ANNIS GORDON:
1880 Census...Posey, Franklin, Indiana
Name...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace.....
Harvey Parsons...Self...M...Male..W...50 ...VA ..........--- .....---
Annis Parsons...Wife ...M ...Female...W...45...IN...Keeps House...NC...IN .....
Emma J. Parsons... Dau...S...Female...W ...18...IN ...At Home ...VA...IN .....
Nancy M. Parsons... Dau...S...Female...W...15 ...IN ...At Home...VA...IN .....
Martha A. Parsons... Dau...S...Female...W...14 ...IN ...At Home ...VA...IN .....
Mary Etta Parsons... Dau...S...Female...W...11 ...IN ...At School...VA...IN .....
Lee Elmer Parsons... Son...S...Male ...W...8 ...IN ...At School ...VA ...IN .....

Children of ANNIS GORDON and HARVEY PARSONS are:
.....i......EMMA J. PARSONS, b. Abt. 1862.
.....ii......NANCY M. PARSONS, b. Abt. 1865.
.....iii......MARTHA A. PARSONS, b. Abt. 1866.
.....iv......MARY ETTA PARSONS, b. Abt. 1869.
.....v......LEE ELMER PARSONS, b. Abt. 1872.

497. MARY JANE TYNER (STEPHEN, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 16, 1833 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died October 01, 1922 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana. She married WILLIAM JASPER ALLEN January 16, 1853 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, son of LAREW ALLEN and MARY KNOTTS. He was born March 23, 1832 in Washington Township, Montgomery, Ohio, and died March 27, 1896 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana.

Notes for MARY JANE TYNER:
Migration: Abt. 1869, From Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana to Prairie Twp., Tipton Co., Indiana

http://www.rootsweb.com/~intipton/obit_main.html
"After a long period of illness, Mrs. Mary Jane Allen, 89 years old, familiarly known as Grandma Allen, died at the home of her son, Edgar Allen, in the Groomsville community ... Sunday morning [1 Oct 1922]. The funeral will take place on Wednesday ... at the late home ... the interment being at the Jackson [cemetery near Sharpsville], the husband being interred there. Mrs. Allen, whose maiden name was Tyner, was the daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth [Wolf] Tyner, and was born in Rush county, April 16, 1833. Her father was a native of [Franklin county*] and her mother of [Scott county,] Kentucky. ... the father [died] here in 1880 and the mother in 1901. Mrs. Allen was married to William J. Allen in Marion county in January 1853, and they moved to Tipton county ten years later ... and settled in the Groomsville vicinity. She has lived on the farm where her death took place for 59 years, her son, Edgar Allen, occupying the farm with her. The husband died in 1896. Only two children were born to their union. A daughter, Mrs. Maggie Mitchell, died in 1890 in Shelby county. Mrs. Allen attended ... the Bethel church ..."

Submitted by Don T. Mitchell: (1) Her parents first lived in Fayette Co., Indiana, where they married in 1832, then in Warren Twp., Marion Co., and finally moved to Tipton Co. (2) The daughter was Elizabeth Margaret 'Maggie Allen (1853-1890), wife of William Alexander Mitchell (1852-1924), who died at Waldron, Shelby Co., Indiana.

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM ALLEN are:
.....i......ELIZABETH MARGARET ALLEN, b. November 23, 1853, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana; d. January 30, 1890, Noble Township, Shelby, Indiana; m. WILLIAM ALEXANDER MITCHELL, February 18, 1875, Tipton County, Indiana; b. May 03, 1852, Noble Township, Shelby, Indiana; d. April 16, 1924, Waldron, Shelby, Indiana. At findagrave.com see her tombstone photo from Floyd Cemetery, Shelby County, Indiana, USA. William is buried in Van Pelt Cemetery, Waldron, Shelby, Indiana, USA; at findagrave.com see photo of tombstone he shares with second wife.

The Shelby Democrat
Thursday, April 17, 1924
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"WILLIAM A. MITCHELL, OF WALDRON, SUCCUMBS TO HEART TROUBLE -FUNERAL SATURDAY
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.....Residents of Shelby county will regret to learn of the death of William A.[lexander] Mitchell, seventy-one years, eleven months and thirteen days old, prominent resident of Waldron, which occurred at 10 o'clock Wednesday night, from heart trouble with which he had suffered for the past few months.
.....Funeral services will be conducted at the Waldron M. E. church at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, the Rev. R. O. Pearson, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will be made in the Ogden cemetery in charge of Charles Ewing, funeral director.
.....Mr. Mitchell was born in Noble township, May 3, 1852, the son of the late Washington Mitchell and wife, pioneers of Shelby county. Early in life he was united in marriage with Margaret Elizabeth Allen and to this union seven children were born, three sons and two daughters of whom survive. The sons are George W. Mitchell, of Waldron; Dr. Edgar T. Mitchell, of Romney, Ind.; Charles Frederick Mitchell, of Noble township, and the daughters are Mrs. Bertha A. Amos, of near this city, and Mrs. Mary J. Keeling, of Waldron. Mrs. Mitchell died Jan. 31, 1890, and on Dec. 23, 1891, he was united in marriage with Elizabeth Leffler. To this union one son, John W. Mitchell was born and with Mrs. Mitchell survives the father.
.....Mr. Mitchell had always followed the occupation of farmer, but thirteen years ago retired and moved from his farm in Noble township to Waldron, where he had since resided. He was a devoted member of the Waldron M. E. church and was affiliated with the Sulphur Hill Knights of Phythias lodge, being a charter member. Being a man possessed of characteristics of the highest type, it is no wonder that Mr. Mitchell endeared himself to all who knew him and his death is a great loss to the Waldron community, where he was well liked by every one.
.....Besides the widow, daughters and sons, Mr. Mitchell is survived by one sister, Mrs. Mary Sexton, of Terre Haute; two half-brothers, John Swanigan*, of Rushville, and Thomas Swanigan*, of Kokomo, and fourteen grandchildren.
.....The Sulphur Hill K. of P. lodge will officate at the funeral services."
Submitted by Don T. Mitchell, great grandson of W. A. Mitchell
* means corrected by DTM
.....ii......EDGAR W. ALLEN, b. September 10, 1857, Warren Township, Marion, Indiana; d. May 24, 1952, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana.

498. HARRIET PAULINE TYNER (STEPHEN, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 12, 1837 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died September 05, 1890 in Indiana, USA. She married BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VANSICKLE March 16, 1856 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, son of JOHN VANSICKLE and MARY NEELAN. He was born November 1835 in Indiana, USA, and died Aft. 1900.

Notes for HARRIET PAULINE TYNER:
Census: 1870, Laborer-sawmill in Cicero Twp., Tipton, Indiana (p.3)
Census1: 1880, Sewing machine agent in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana (ED137,p.22)
Census2: 1900, Widower in Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana (ED198,p.6)

Sources include Don T. Mitchell's WorldConnect tree at rootsweb.com (Ancestors & Relatives of Louis Eck MITCHELL (1907-1990) & Allied Families of the Noble Twp., Shelby Co., Indiana vicinity)

Child of HARRIET TYNER and BENJAMIN VANSICKLE is:
859......i......JOHN S. VANSICKLE, b. October 1857, Missouri, USA; d. September 16, 1913.

499. JOHN HARRIS TYNER (STEPHEN, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 27, 1841 in Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died March 24, 1899 in Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married LOUISA JANE PERRY May 20, 1863 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM PERRY and CATHERINE NEWHOUSE. She was born March 1842 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, and died August 04, 1908 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JOHN HARRIS TYNER:
Census: 1870, Farmer in Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana (p.33, between David and Steven Tyner)
Tyner, John...28...farmer...$480...IN
Tyner, Louisa...24...IN...keeping house
Tyner, Mary...5...IN

Migration: Abt. 1875, From Warren Twp., Marion Co. to Tipton, Tipton, Indiana
Occupation: Tipton Co. building contractor and sawmill owner-operator

Census: 1900, Louisa Jane was a widow in Tipton, Tipton Co., Indiana (w/dtrs Grace, Jennie & grson Robert Thatcher) (ED119,p.12)

From: Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana, Historical and Biographical
Charles Blanchard, Editor; F. A. Bettey & Co.; Chicago 1883.
JOHN H. TYNER proprietor of saw and planing mills, contractor and builder, and general lumber dealer, and who does a business of $50,000 annually, was born in Fayette County, Ind., May 27, 1841. His father, Stephen Tyner, removed to Marion, Ind., when John was about five years old, and remained there until 1873. Our subject engaged in farming for about three years. He then bought a steam saw mill, and embarked in that business in Marion. Shortly after this venture, he lost his entire mill property by fire. Nevertheless, he, in two years, rebuilt the mill on the same spot, and resumed the business. In 1873, he disposed of his mill property, and removed to Tipten, where be entered into the planing mill business. Shortly afterward, he added a saw mill, and now runs the two together on one site. He was married, May 20, 1863, to Miss Louisa J. Perry. By that marriage he has three children, viz., Mary J., Martha E. and Georgia G. Tyner. Mr. Tyner is at present engaged in the erection of a number of fine buildings in Tipton. He is, politically, a Democrat, and is at this time a member of the Board of School Trustees.

Children of JOHN TYNER and LOUISA PERRY are:
860......i......MARY J. TYNER, b. May 1865, Marion County, Indiana.
.....ii......MARTHA E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1872, near Lawrence, Marion, Indiana; d. February 06, 1934; m. JEROME ANDREW 'ROME' GLEASON, April 29, 1896, Tipton County, Indiana; b. December 25, 1854, Glenwood, Rush, Indiana; d. Aft. 1920.

Notes for MARTHA E. TYNER:
Census: 1910, Living Cicero Twp., Tipton Co., Indiana (ED124,p.28A)
Census1: 1920, Living (no occup.) in Cicero Twp., Tipton Co., Indiana (ED195,p.2B)
Migration for Jerome: March 1870, From Rush Co. to Tipton Co., Indiana with parents
Occupation: Jerome was a grocery and hardware merchant in Tipton, Tipton Co., Indiana
.....iii......GEORGIA GRACE TYNER, b. October 1873, Tipton County, Indiana; d. October 04, 1951, Tipton County, Indiana?; m. JOHN B. FINDLING, Aft. 1910; b. Abt. 1865, Indiana.
Notes for GEORGIA GRACE TYNER:
Census: 1910, Milliner living w/sister 'Dora' Gleason in Tipton, Tipton Co., Indiana (ED124,p.28A)

More About John B. Findling:
Census: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Farmer in Cicero Twp., Tipton Co., Indiana (ED190,p.2B; ED4,p.4A)
His parents were born in Germany.

.....iv......ALBERT TYNER, b. Abt. 1876, Tipton County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1876, Tipton County, Indiana.

500. DAVID WILSON TYNER (STEPHEN, JOHN , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born December 19, 1845 in Harrison Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA. He married (1) MARY J. STOOPS February 07, 1867 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, daughter of DAVID STOOPS and AMANDA. She was born Abt. 1851 in Indiana, USA, and died Bef. 1888 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) SUSIE B. MORGAN February 02, 1888 in Marion County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for DAVID WILSON TYNER:
INDIANA MARRIAGE INDEX
Name: David W Tyner
Marriage Date: 2 Feb 1888
Marriage County: Marion
Estimated Birth Year: 1845
Age: 43
Gender: Male
Father Name: Stephen
Mother Name: Elizabeth
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: 2
OS Page: 115

Census: Bet. 1870 - 1880, Farmer in Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana (p.33; ED99,p.7)

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

Military service: Bet. 1862 - 1865, Co. D, 58th Indiana Regiment, Tipton Co., Indiana

Children of DAVID TYNER and MARY STOOPS are:
.....i......THOMAS E. TYNER, b. September 1867, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. September 12, 1930, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; m. TINA E. MITCHELL, August 02, 1895, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; b. December 1872, Indiana, USA; d. January 09, 1944, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Notes for THOMAS E. TYNER:
Census: 1900, Streetcar conductor in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED76,p.2)
Census1: 1920, Living Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED208,p.13A)
Census2: 1930, Clerk-paper co. in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED155,p.5A)

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 11, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T625_455; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 208; Image: 255
Thomas E Tyner...52...IN, IN, IN
Tena Tyner...46...IN, KY, KY
Edward Tyner...47...IN, IN, IN...brother...railroad
Elbert Tyner...22...IN, IN, IN...nephew...mechanic, automobile
Bernice Tyner...14...IN, IN, IN...niece

861......ii......EDWARD E. TYNER, b. October 1869, Marion County, Indiana, USA.

501. JAMES WILLIAM TYNER (STEPHEN, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 26, 1850 in Warren Twp., Marion, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. August 1919 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH A. HARDESTY October 16, 1871 in Marion County, Indiana, USA, daughter of LEVI HARDESTY and AURILLA ?. She was born December 1852, and died Aft. 1930.

Notes for JAMES WILLIAM TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T9_294; Family History Film: 1254294; Page: 11.2000; Enumeration District: 107; Image: 0500
James W. Tyner...30...IN, IN, IN...farming
Sarah Tyner...27 ...IN, OH, PA
Charles Tyner...7...IN, IN, IN
Mary Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN
Amy Tyner...2...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Warren, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T623 391; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 198.
James W Tyner...50...Apr 1850...IN, IN, OH...farmer
Sarah A Tyner...47...Dec 1852...IN, OH, PA
Charles E Tyner...28...Jan 1872...IN, IN, IN...laborer, farm...son
Amy Tyner...22...Nov 1877...IN, IN, IN...daughter

Will Dated: June 04, 1903, James W. Tyner of Marion Co., Indiana

James W. Tyner found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Indiana, 1910, Marion County, Indiana
Age: 59
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: IN
Locale: 9-WD INDIANAPOLIS, Series: T624, Roll: 368, Part: 2, Page: 250B

Will Proved: September 08, 1919, Recorded Marion Co., Indiana Will book DD, p.547

Census: 1930, Widow, living w/ son Charles in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana (ED257, p.3B)

Children of JAMES TYNER and SARAH HARDESTY are:
862......i......CHARLES E. TYNER, b. September 14, 1872, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. April 1966, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......MARY E. TYNER, b. Abt. 1875, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM C. SUDDUTH, Abt. 1901, Indiana.
.....iii......AMY E. TYNER, b. November 1877, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

502. ALVAH TAYLOR (ANNA TYNER, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1841 in Fayette County, Indiana, USA, and died January 23, 1924 in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA. He married (1) ANASTASIA STRATTON May 23, 1868 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1842 in Ohio, USA. He married (2) MARY L. MCCLURE May 08, 1884 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He died in the home of daughter, Grace Clothier

Notes for ALVA TAYLOR:
1865--Graduate of Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana

1880 - Wabash, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Wabash, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 427.3000; Enumeration District: 192; Image: 0856.
Alvah Taylor...41...IN, NY, IN...lawyer
Anastasia Taylor...42...OH, NY, OH
Horace B. Taylor...11...IN
Florence P. Taylor...6...IN
Semon Stratton...24...IN, NY, OH...brother in law

1920 - Wabash Ward 3, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Wabash Ward 3, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T625_472; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 194; Image: 969.
Frank W McClure...44...IN, IN, IN...auto dealer
Winifred McClure...38...IA, OH, IN
Alvah Taylor 80...IN, IN, IN...widow...stepfather...general lawyer
Edith Cater...54...IN, OH, IN
Ester Eggleston...39...IL, IL, IL...nurse, community

Wabash Plain Dealer, Tuesday evening, January 24, 1923
ALVAH TAYLOR DIES TODAY
Expires At the Home of His Daughter, Mrs. William Clothier, Marion
HEART DISEASE
Was for Many Years Actively Connected with Community Life of City
.....Alvah Taylor, one of the oldest residents of Wabash and probably one of the oldest practicing lawyers in the state, died this morning at six o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Will Clothier, Marion. For the past year Mr. Taylor, who is 83 years old, has been failing and the greater part of this time he has spent with his daughter in Marion, having previously lived here with his stepson, Frank McClure and wife.
.....Three weeks ago Mr. Taylor came to Wabash on a short visit and on his return to Marion that evening was taken to his bed. He grew steadily worse until his death early this morning.
.....Mr. Taylor has long been actively identified with the community life of Wabash. His law practice extended over forty-five years, and since casting his first vote for Abraham Lincoln in 1860 he has always been an ardent republican. He has never held important elective offices, but his party allegiance has been unfailing and his services have never been withheld where they would be of benefit.
.....The little law office on South Miami street has long served Mr. Taylor for the transaction of his law business and many of the younger generation associate the place only with the quiet white haired lawyer who spent so much of his time there. It is said even now there is much unfinished business which the dead man had planned to clear up at this term of court, and which worried him not a little during his last illness.
.....For the past few years the office has been shared by George Carr, who is in the real estate business. .....Mr. Taylor was actively connected with the Methodist church and has been one of its official board members for a long time. He was also a member of the G.A.R. post and until recently was one of its officials.
.....Alva Taylor was a native of Indiana, having been born on a farm near Connersville, June 30, 1839, the son of Freeman and Anna Taylor. Freeman Taylor was a Baptist preacher and after the removal of the family to Fayette county in 1856 preached at the Ross Run church south of Lagro and at the Lafontaine Baptist church. Young Taylor came to Wabash when about seventeen years old to attend school, later going to Wabash College where he graduated in 1865. In May 1864 he enlisted in Co. G, 38th Indiana Regiment, and his military service for the most part was spent in and around Tullahoma, Tenn., in doing garrison and guard duty.
.....In May 1864, Mr. Taylor married Anastasia Stratton, who was a sister of the well known author, Gene Stratton Porter. Two children were born to the union, Brenton, who died when nineteen years old, and Grace, now Mrs. Clothier, Marion. Following the death of the first Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Taylor married again, this time to Mrs. Mary L. McClure, widow of Camillus McClure, and a daughter of Lucas Waite. Mrs. Taylor died about six years ago, since which time with the exception of the past year Mr. Taylor lived at the Taylor house on West Main street with his stepson, Frank McClure, which is the same house in which he and Anastasia Stratton Taylor started housekeeping after their marriage.
.....Mr. Taylor read law at the beginning of his profession with John U. Pettit and was admitted to the bar in 1868. While carrying on his studies he was also deputy circuit court clerk by appointment. Later a partnership was formed, the firm being known as Pettit, Taylor and Brenton. The latter retiring, the firm was Pettit and Taylor, and finally on the appointment of Mr. Pettit to the judgeship, Mr. Taylor began conducting an individual practice in which he continued for many years. .....Definite funeral arrangements for Mr. Taylor have not yet been made although it is probable that the body will be brought to Wabash Thurday afternoon and taken directly to the First Methodist church where services will be held. Definite arrangements will be made later.
.....N. G. Hunter, J. W. R. Milliner and Walter Bent have been selected to act on the committee of the Wabash County Bar Association, of which Mr. Taylor was a member, to draft resolutions of condolence on the death of Mr. Taylor.

Children of ALVA TAYLOR and ANASTASIA STRATTON are:
.....i......HORACE B. TAYLOR, b. Abt. 1869, Wabash County, Indiana, USA.
863......ii......FLORENCE GRACE TAYLOR, b. February 11, 1874, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. March 13, 1969, San Diego, California, USA.

503. CICERO HACKLEMAN (RICHARD, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 14, 1823 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA, and died August 24, 1862 in Rush County, Indiana, USA. He married ELIZABETH NEWHOUSE January 30, 1844 in Rush County, Indiana, USA. She was born June 06, 1824 in Virginia, USA, and died 1913.

Notes for CICERO HACKLEMAN:
1850 - Jackson, Rush, Indiana
Cicero Hackleman...27...IN...farmer
Elizabeth Hackleman...26...IN
Nancy A. Hackleman...5...IN
James Hackleman...4...IN
John H. Hackleman...2...IN
Charlotte M. Hackleman...9/12...IN
John Newhouse...71...farmer...$2000 ...VA
Elizabeth Newhouse...64...PA

1860 - Ripley, Rush, Indiana
Cicero Hackleman...36...IN...farmer...$4000 real estate...$1000 personal
Elizabeth Hackleman...35...IN
Nancy Hackleman...15...IN
James M Hackleman...13...IN
John F Hacklema...12...IN
Charlotte Hackleman...10...IN
Mary H Hackleman...7...IN
Richard Hackleman...5...IN
Armanda Hackleman...4...IN
Martha W Hackleman...1...IN

Children of CICERO HACKLEMAN and ELIZABETH NEWHOUSE are:
.....i......VANCY ANN HACKLEMAN, b. January 22, 1845, Indiana, USA; d. September 20, 1919; m. WILLIAM LINCOLN WALKER, March 11, 1868, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......JAMES M. HACKLEMAN, b. January 23, 1846, Indiana, USA; d. December 27, 1900.
864......iii......JOHN FRANKLIN HACKLEMAN, b. March 18, 1848, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......CHARLOTTE M. HACKLEMAN, b. 1850.
.....v......MARY HANNAH HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1851; m. BENJAMIN F. MYERS.
.....vi......RICHARD HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1855.
865......vii......AMANDA HACKLEMAN, b. April 27, 1857, Rush County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......MARTHA MAY HACKLEMAN, b. May 03, 1858, Rush County, Indiana, USA; m. CHARLES SUTER.
866......ix......CICERO MORTON HACKLEMAN, b. October 18, 1862, Carthage, Rush, Indiana, USA; d. April 14, 1935.

504. MARY ANN HACKLEMAN (RICHARD, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 28, 1826 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, and died May 04, 1862. She married LEWIS JACKSON NEWHOUSE April 17, 1849, son of SAMUEL NEWHOUSE and POLLY KITCHIN. He was born May 23, 1824 in Union Township, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died June 10, 1910.

Notes for MARY ANN HACKLEMAN:
Mary was a Baptist.

History Of Rush County Indiana
Brant & Fuller
1888
Surnames in this biography are: Newhouse, Kitchen, Pogue, Saylers, Lewis J. Newhouse,
A prominent farmer and respected citizen of Jackson Township, was born in Union Township, this county, May 23, 1824. His parents were Samuel and Polly (Kitchen) Newhouse, natives of Virginia. The parents of Samuel Newhouse were John and Elizabeth Newhouse, who emigrated to Franklin County, Ind., about 1818. Samuel Newhouse and family removed to Rush County, locating in Union Township, in 1821, where he entered eighty acres of wild, timbered land, put up a cabin and began to clear up a home. He remained there until January, 1837, when he disposed of his property in Union Township, and purchased 240 acres of uncultivated land in Jackson Township, his object being to secure a larger tract of land. Here he developed one of the best farms in the township, where after a long and useful life he was called away on February 22, 1862. He was a member of the Baptist Church, with which he united early in life. The mother survived him until June 14, 1886, when she, too, was called home, having reached the advanced age of eighty-three years. She, also, was a devout member of the Baptist Church. Thus ended the lives of two of Rush County's earliest pioneers, but they are not forgotten; their memories are kept green by sons and daughters who survive them. Our subject, as stated, was reared amidst the scenes of pioneer life in this county, and his early education was fair for that day of log schoolhouses. At the age of twenty-one he began to do for himself, by engaging at farming. On April 17, 1849, he was united in marriage with Mary A. Hackleman, a native of this county and daughter of Richard and Hanna Hackleman, old and respected residents of Rush County at the time of the birth of Mrs. Newhouse. The former was present when the Surveyor laid out the city of Rushville, and secured enough timber in what is now the principal street of the city to erect a log house. This union was blessed with five children: Hannah M., Marshal E., Elbert, Samuel R. and Pleasant A., all of whom are married, and enjoying homes of their own. This union lasted until May 4th, 1862, when death visited the family circle and Mrs. Newhouse passed away. She died a member of the Baptist Church and respected by all who knew her. On June 9, 1863, Mr. Newhouse was again married; this time he chose for his companion Miss Nancy Pogue, daughter of William and Anna (Saylers) Pogue, natives of North Carolina. Mrs. Newhouse was born in Noble Township, this county, March 6, 1837, and her entire life has been spent here. Her parents are deceased, the mother passing away June 25, 1887, in her eighty-eighth year. This union is also blessed with five children: Alfred M., Harvey M., Almeda E., Schuyler C. and Erastmus T., all of whom are living. Mr. Newhouse is a member of the Baptist Church with which he has been united over thirty years. In politics he is a Republican and firmly upholds the principles of that party. When he began life on his own responsibility his father gave him a horse, saddle and bridle, and $100 in money; with this grand start he began to face this unfriendly world. He commenced working by the day and month, receiving very meagre wages, but he carefully saved his earnings, and just before his twenty-second birthday, he purchased eighty acres of partly improved land in Section 24. His neighbors made fun of him for making such a choice, and goaded him by saying that he would surely starve out on such a poor tract. This was in the spring of 1846, and to day we find Mr. Newhouse still in possession of sixty acres of that tract, for which he has refused $100 per acre. He added to the tract until at one time he owned here in one body 420 acres, but as his children grew up and desired a start in life he would assist them, and gradually his farm has decreased until to-day it consists of 300 acres. His improvements are good and he is now enjoying the comforts of a pleasant home. He assisted in building the Rushville and Knightstown gravel road, and was one of its principal builders, and is now one of its directors. Being reared on a farm he adopted farming as a life profession, and to-day can be classed among the successful farmers of Jackson Township; he has adopted a straight-forward course in life, and has taken a deep interest in the welfare of his family, educating his children liberally and providing each at the age of twenty-one, or at the time of marriage, with either forty acres of land or $2,000 in money. Honest and upright in all his dealings, he is now one of the respected Citizens of this county.
Children of MARY HACKLEMAN and LEWIS NEWHOUSE are:
867......i......HANNAH M. NEWHOUSE, b. June 11, 1850.
868......ii......MARSHALL E. NEWHOUSE, b. November 07, 1852, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 1919.
869......iii......ELBERT O. NEWHOUSE, b. July 05, 1855.
870......iv......SAMUEL R. NEWHOUSE, b. December 19, 1857, Rush County, Indiana.
871......v......PLEASANT A. NEWHOUSE, b. May 30, 1861, Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana.

505. LEMUEL HACKLEMAN (RICHARD, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 30, 1829 in Rush County, Indiana, and died August 04, 1924 in Hancock County, Indiana. He married (1) MARGARET AVIS MOFFAT June 02, 1850 in Hancock County, Indiana. She was born December 02, 1827, and died March 14, 1851. He married (2) HANNAH HARRELL 1854, daughter of JETHRO HARRELL and HANNAH WHITE. She was born November 01, 1835, and died April 12, 1915 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Child of LEMUEL HACKLEMAN and HANNAH HARRELL is:
.....i......LYDIA ELLA HACKLEMAN, b. January 12, 1857, Indiana; m. HENRY BURDON WHITE, October 16, 1878; b. May 19, 1842, Indiana; d. April 28, 1911.

506. ELENOR HACKLEMAN (JAMES, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) died April 1873 in McAllister, Logan, Kansas. She married IRA BURR December 22, 1837 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for IRA BURR:
Posted by Elaine McFarlane on Fri, 01 Sep 2000, in response to biographies, posted by Linda on Wed, 12 Apr 2000
Surname: Burr, Hackleman
Ira Burr and Eleanor Hackleman Burr raised 12 children in Wabash, Indiana. Ira and Eleanor were married 21 Dec. 1837 in Wabash, Indiana. Between 1839 and 1859 they had 12 children.

Children of ELENOR HACKLEMAN and IRA BURR are:
.....i......FRANCES BURR.
.....ii......WALLACE BURR.
.....iii......WARREN BURR.
.....iv......JAMES BURR.
.....v......JANE BURR.
.....vi......JOHN M. BURR.
.....vii......THADEUS BURR.
.....viii......LUCRETIA BURR.
.....ix......TAMMA BURR.
.....x......PHEBE BURR.
.....xi......WILLIAM BURR.
.....xii......MARGARET BURR.

507. POLLY ANN HACKLEMAN (JAMES, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) She married GEORGE HOOVER October 24, 1839 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of POLLY HACKLEMAN and GEORGE HOOVER are:
.....i......THOMAS JEFFERSON HOOVER.
.....ii......MARTHA A. HOOVER.
.....iii......ELIZA JANE HOOVER.
.....iv......EVELINE HOOVER.

508. MARGARET HACKLEMAN (JAMES, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 19, 1820, and died October 21, 1895 in Wabash City, Wabash, Indiana. She married CURTIS HOLMS STONE December 30, 1838 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1812 in New York, and died December 07, 1863.

Children of MARGARET HACKLEMAN and CURTIS STONE are:
872......i......SETH HOLMES STONE, b. October 07, 1846, Wabash County, Indiana, USA; d. July 05, 1928, Vancouver, Washington, USA.
.....ii......TILGHMAN N. STONE, m. ZADA HUTTON, November 04, 1868, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......NELSON STONE, d. June 08, 1878; m. RETTA HUTTON, December 20, 1868, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......AMELIA STONE, d. July 20, 1876; m. DAN GIFT, December 24, 1871, Wabash County, Indiana; b. October 30, 1843.
.....v......ELLEN JANE STONE, m. ROBERT W. SHAFTER, February 21, 1874, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vi......SYLVIA STONE, m. LEWIS HESTLETT, January 23, 1879, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vii......SARAH STONE.
.....viii......CURTIS STONE, b. January 01, 1840, Indiana; d. December 07, 1863, Civil War.

509. JAMES HAWKINS (NANCY HACKLEMAN, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 03, 1816. He married MARY ANN MCCORMACK.

Child of JAMES HAWKINS and MARY MCCORMACK is:
873......i......ELIZA M. HAWKINS.

510. CLARISSA HAWKINS (NANCY HACKLEMAN, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) She married MARTIN ELLIOTT.

Child of CLARISSA HAWKINS and MARTIN ELLIOTT is:
874......i......JULIA ANN ELLIOTT.

511. ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 29, 1829 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, and died November 13, 1904 in Albany, Linn, Oregon. He married (1) VIRA MCKINNON. She was born in California. He married (2) ELENOR BENTON DAVIS March 29, 1849 in Albany, Linn, Oregon, daughter of TRUIT DAVIS and ALICE CUNNINGHAM. She was born August 25, 1825 in Kentucky, and died Abt. 1899 in Albany, Linn, Oregon.

Notes for ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN:
Albany, Linn County, Oregon marriages
Marriage Book Groom, Over Age Bride, Over Age License Date License Witness Marriage Date Witnesses Home of Performed by Notes

J #168 Hackleman, A., 68 McKinnon, Elvia, 47 2/17/1900 M. Sternberg 2/18/1900 Mr. Willis, Mr. Cox, relatives & friends A. Hackleman J. B. Holmes, Minister Mrs. Elvia McKinnon

J #198 Hackleman, Frank A., 35 Jeffries, Lena R., 24 6/5/1900 Grant Froman 6/5/1900 Mrs. Ilena Seely, E. J. Seely W. A. Cox A. J. Sturtevant, Clergyman

K #502 Hackleman, Virgil Frank, 21 Large, Pearl, 18 10/4/1905 A. A. Gordon 10/4/1905 Willard D. Davis, Ruth M. Davis Congregational Parsonage G. W. Nelson, MG Virgil from Baker Co.

L #179 Dallam, Frank M., 21 Hackleman, Laura E., 18 6/11/1907 D. D. Hackleman 6/12/1907 Eva Hackleman, Fred J. Whittaker D. D. Hackleman Tracy B. Griswold, MG Frank, Jr., from Chelan Co. WA

The city of Albany had its beginning when Abner Hackleman and Hiram Smead squatted there in 1845. When Abner Hackleman died in Iowa on his return there from Oregon to fetch his family, his son Abram crossed the plains to look after his father's land. Abram (Abraham) Hackleman was born in Rushville, Indiana, July 29, 1829, his mother being Elizabeth (Lines) Hackleman. He was but 18 when, in the company of his friend, John Burkhart, he left the East in April 1847, with only one yoke of oxen. He came over the Barlow Road and arrived on the site of Albany in September, 1847, where he built a leg house. In the spring of 1848 he went to the California mines, returning in the fall. He repeated the trip in 1849, but when he came back in the fall of 1849 he was ill. He now engaged in farming. In 1850 he laid off 70 acres of his land in East Albany, known as Hackleman's 1st Addition, and followed this by three more additions, in all over 100 acres. By the turn of the century he owned two farms in Linn County and some 3,000 acres in Crook County. He married Elenore Davis in Linn County - she having crossed the plains in 1847 with her father Truit Davis of Missouri who took a land claim 4 miles out of Albany. The couple had five children. Abram Hackleman helped build the Military Road from Albany across the Cascades. He was also interested in the Oregon-Pacific Railroad(19). He died in Albany November 23, 1904, aged 75 (57).

http://www.myfamilyjones.com/linncounty/Towns/Albany.htm

He came to Crook County with his parents, ABRAM and ELEANOR DAVIS HACKLEMAN, about 1870 when he was six years old. They made their home on Camp Creek, known later as the Q Ranch. They moved to Crooked River near Post, to the ranch known as the Stewart place. The Indians stole their horses taking them to the desert where Frank and a hired man found and returned them. The Cavalry told them to take the women back to the Valley, but they didn't and returned to Camp Creek. They were among the leading Pioneer stock growers, raising, Durham cattle and blooded horses. Abram bought homesteads near the Q Ranch and Jagi, passing away in 1905.
--http://www.geocities.com/possumlover3/GENEALOGY/hackleman.html

http://www.linncountyroots.com/Cemeteries/Riverside.htm
A. Hackleman. 1829-1904. This is Abram Hackleman. He was a pioneer of 1846 or 1848. His father, Abner Hackleman came to Oregon in 1845 and took up the first claim taken on the present site of Albany. He then left his land in the care of Hiram Smeed and returned East for his family. Before he could return to Oregon he died. His son, Abram Hackleman, subject of this sketch, came and took up his father's claim. The Hackleman home was situated in East Albany and a grove there still bears the name of Hackleman's grove. The Hackelmans named their part of the town Takena, and for along time there was hot rivalry between the names Albany and Takena. Albany was officially named Takena but later the name was changed.
Eleanor B. Hackleman. 1825-1899. Wife of the last. She was the first schoolteacher in Albany. It is said that her custom was to teach the children their letters while engaged in picking her geese. Came to Oregon with her husband in 1846 (?).

See also http://www.linncountyroots.com/Towns/EmmaSmead.htm for more

Child of ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN and ELENOR DAVIS is:
875......i......FRANK A. HACKLEMAN, b. March 18, 1864, Albany, Linn, Oregon; d. August 31, 1936.

512. PERLINA HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1830 in Baker City, Baker, Oregon, USA. She married (1) ABSOLOM SMITH July 04, 1852 in Linn County, Oregon, USA. He was born Abt. 1826 in Morgan County, Illinois, USA, and died in Oregon. She married (2) HARDEN WILKESON ESTES November 14, 1867 in Baker, Baker, Oregon, son of JOEL ESTES and MARTHA STOLLINGS. He was born November 02, 1828 in St. Joseph, Buchanon, Missouri, and died June 02, 1910 in Baker, Baker, Oregon.

Notes for PERLINA HACKLEMAN:
Emigrants To Oregon In 1847
compiled by
Stephenie Flora and Nancy Prevost
COWAN, Elizabeth ( - ): m'd 1824 HACKLEMAN, Abner
DAVIS, Eleanor B. (1827- ): m'd 1849 HACKLEMAN, Abram
HACKLEMAN, Perlina ( - ): m'd 1852 SMITH, Absalom M.

Absolom was killed when a wagon turned over, and she remarried.

http://www.linncountyroots.com/EarlyWills/Early%20Wills%20Rob-Zum.htm
Early Wills of Linn County the original courthouse files were lost. The information available is an abstract of the original wills.
Name File #
Smith A. M. 12
Other records include Oregon Donation Land Claim 1844 states that Absalom M. Smith, b. 1826 in Morgan Co., Ill., arrived in Oregon 20 March 1852. Claim was affirmed by Abram Hackleman. Notes AMS married Perlina Hackleman 4 July 1852. Had children Arthur, Delason, Eva, Oscar, Fannie and Minnie.

Notes for HARDEN WILKESON ESTES:
An Illustrated History of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney Counties, pub. 1902
by Western Historical Pub. Co. of Chicago. page 248
HARDIN W. ESTES
.....Mr. Estes was born on a farm in Clay county, Missouri, on November 2, 1828, being the son of Joel and Martha (Stollins) Estes. He had but scanty opportunity to gain an education from the subscription schools of his locality, the building being of logs and the floors of puncheons and the teachers not of the best. At eighteen years of age he entered the commissary department of the United States army at Fort Leavenworth and served for one year there, then went with Colonel Childs and five hundred volunteers to establish posts from the Missouri river to The Dalles, and was given charge of the artillery, and in the fall of 1848 he assisted in his capacity of officer in the commissary to equip Joe Meek and Joe Lane, the former a noted man of this regionand the latter the first governor of Oregon territory, for their journey across the plains. In 1849 he came to California with ox teams via the Truckee route, consuming about four and one-half months on the trip, and sometimes theysuffered much from lack of water, losing about one-third of their stock,a nd again they crossed the Truckee river twenty-eight times in twenty miles. He mined for one year at Nevada City, California, then left in 1850 for San Francisco, whence he returned by water to his eastern home. In his mining he was abundantly successful, taking out as much as nine hundred and ninety-two dollars of dust in one day. In the spring of 1853 he crossed the plains again by ox teams and settled in Linn county and took up a donation claim of three hundred acres, giving his attention to its cultivation until 1857, then sold out and returned to Missouri again by the water route. The following year he entered the employ of the government as wagon master and came to Oregon again, this time with General Johnson, and by way of Salt Lake, where he helped to establish camp Floy City. He settled for a year in Linn county, then went to California and to Nevada and teamed for a time around Virginia City, then constructed the stage stations from Carson City to Salt Lake, using for material "doby" and rock, the owner of the stage being the well known Ben Halloday. In the spring of 1862, he started for the Salmon river mines but stopped in this county and located a ranch on Washington Gulch, the first one taken in the county, and he owns the place stilla nd produces one hundred tons of fruit on it annually. In the early days he raised garden truck and sold it to the miners at good prices, this making a handsome income. He took an active and prominent part in the organization of the county and has since continued one of the most effectual workers for its advancement and development. He filled at that time the important office of county commissioner for four years and helped by his wisdom and ability to get things in running shape. He now owns a fine hay ranch of six hundred and forty acres, four miles north from Baker City and also two hundred acres of land suitable for other crops near by, and a one-third interest in five hundred lots in McCrary addition to Baker City, also a fine home and four lots where he lives at 2446 Church street.
.....The marriage of Mr. Estes and Miss Mahali Ring was solemnized in April, 1851, while he was in Mossuri, and they have three children: Dr. Logan, deceased; Kate, wife of W. W. Boughton, of Skagway, Alaska; Lutitia, deceased. The second marriage of Mr. Estes occurred in Baker City, on NOvember 14, 1867, Mrs. Pearlina (Hackleman) Smith becoming his wife at that time and they have become the parents of four childen: Rosa L., wife of Harry Bowen of Baker City; Amy, wife of Victor C. Lewis of Manilla; Mabel, wife of Robert Donald of Baker City; Meda. Mr. Estes and wife are members of the First Baptist church and very active in the exemplification of the teachings of their faith and in its promulgation.

Children of PERLINA HACKLEMAN and ABSOLOM SMITH are:
.....i......OLIVER SMITH.
.....ii......JANE SMITH.
.....iii......HENRY SMITH.
.....iv......KATE SMITH.
.....v......ROSINA SMITH.
.....vi......KALISTA SMITH.
.....vii......LIZZIE SMITH.
.....viii......RHODA SMITH.

Children of PERLINA HACKLEMAN and HARDEN ESTES are:
.....ix......ROSA L. ESTES, b. Abt. 1869, Baker, Baker, Oregon.
.....x......AMY ESTES, b. April 1870, Baker, Baker County, Oregon.
.....xi......MABEL ELSIE ESTES, b. March 1878, Baker, Baker, Oregon.
.....xii......MEDA VIOLA ESTES, b. August 14, 1875, Baker, Baker, Oregon.
.....xiii......LAURENCE ESTES, b. May 05, 1869.

513. MARIA HACKLEMAN (ELIJAH, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 11, 1847, and died January 16, 1901. She married JAMES M. HAAS February 09, 1871 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of MARIA HACKLEMAN and JAMES HAAS are:
.....i......CLARA HAAS, b. May 08, 1871; d. 1937; m. ? BENT.
.....ii......MARIA HAAS, d. September 1933.
.....iii......ALICE HAAS, d. 1963; m. ? HOWELL.
.....iv......MILO HAAS, d. 1899.

514. PAULINE HACKLEMAN (ELIJAH, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 22, 1857 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died May 03, 1879. She married JOHN N. MYERS February 16, 1877 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Child of PAULINE HACKLEMAN and JOHN MYERS is:
876......i......BERTHA EDNA MYERS, b. December 25, 1877, N. Manchester, Wabash, Indiana.

515. PLEASANT ADAMS HACKLEMAN (ELIJAH, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 16, 1864, and died November 24, 1890. He married MYRA FOWLER April 26, 1883 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Child of PLEASANT HACKLEMAN and MYRA FOWLER is:
.....i......ERBA LOUISE HACKLEMAN, b. April 1885, Wabash County, Indiana; d. September 28, 1902, Wabash County, Indiana.

516. SARA RACHEL TYNER (JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 1800 in Jackson County, Georgia, USA, and died December 18, 1890 in Fayette County, Georgia, USA. She married HENRY DRAYTON STEWART May 31, 1821 in Jones County, Georgia, USA, son of JAMES STEWART and ELIZABETH BATES. He was born Abt. 1791 in Chester County, South Carolina, USA, and died June 22, 1880 in Tyrone, Fayette, Georgia, USA.

Notes for SARA RACHEL TYNER:
On Henry and Racheal's pension papers she stated that first lived in Jones County, GA for one year after marriage. Second lived in Putman Co GA for the period 7/8 yrs. Third place they lived in Jones Co GA for 12 to 15 yrs. Fourth they lived in Fayette Co GA for 34 yrs this was signed by her mark August 30th 1880.

Sarah Rachel Tyner is not documented in the Tyner Huddleston Bible as a child of Jackson Tyner and wife #1. Sarah Rachel Tyner was "supposed" to have been raised by her grandmother, Obedience, when her real mother died. It has also been said that Obedience and Dempsey raised her brother Jackson, too. (Presumably not the Jackson Tyner born 1816, her half-brother.)

Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, Washington, D.C>
State: Pennsylvania
City: McKeesport, PA 15135
Name of Chapter: Queen Alliquippa
Computer Code Number 2-106-Pa.
National Number 539805
Mrs. Marguerite Byram Hicks
Wife of Howard Monroe Hicks
Residence: 2040 Ridge Rd., McKeesport, Pa 15135
Descendant of Dempsey Tyner.
The undersigned have investigated and approved the applicant and her
application: Mrs. Marguerite Byram Hicks, Chapter Regent and Golda Briscoe
Abraham, Chapter Registrar. Nov. 1, 1974.
Descent in the following line from Pvt. Dempsey Tyner who was born in Chowan County, North Carolina on the 4th day of August 1755 and died in Tennessee, Hamilton Co. on the 13th day of Oct. 1842. His place of residence during the Revolution was South Carolina 16 District.
1. I am the daughter of Andrew Greenberry Byram born on 9-3-1884 at Senoia, Georgia; died at Atlanta, Georgia on 10-27-1965 and his first wife Clyde Minnie Norton born on 8-24-1888 at Fayetteville, Ga.; died at Miami, Florida on 5-1-1962 married on 1-22-1908.
2. The said Clyde Minnie Norton Byram was the child of Franklin Washington Norton born on 8-7-1854 at Pensacola, Florida; died at Fayetteville, Ga. on 8- -1920 and his first wife Marrietta McDearmond born on 7-29-1854 at Fayetteville, Ga.; died at Fayetteville, Ga. on 7-29-1902 married on 8-12-1870.
3. The said Marrietta McDearmond Biblo was the child of Andrew David McDearmond born on 9-30-1816 at Virginia; died at Sharpsburg, Maryland on 9-17-1862 and his first wife Nancy Washington Stewart born on 4-30-1824 at Putnam County, Ga.; died at Tyrone, Georgia on 5-3-1908 married on 7-14-1842.
4. The said Nancy Washington Stewart 1880 Census was the child of Henry Drayton Stewart born on 1791 at Chester, South Carolina, died at Tyrone, Georgia on 6-22-1880 and his first wife Sara Rachel Tyner born on 4- -1800 at Jackson County, Georgia*; died at Stop, Georgia on 12-18-1890 married on
5-31-1821.
5. The said Sara Rachel (Tyner) Circumstance was the child of Jackson Tyner born on ca. 1775 at 96 District, S. Carolina; died at Putnam County, Georgia on after 2-1-1830 and his first wife Rachel Youngblood born on ca. 1780 at Orange County, N. Car. died at Putnam County, Georgia on about 1825 married on before 1800.
6. The said Jackson Tyner Pension of a Grandson was the child of Dempsey Tyner born on 8-4-1755 at Chowan County, North Carolina; died on 10-13-1842 and his first wife Obedience born at Virginia living at Meriwether County, GA on 30 June 1845 married on Rev. Pension Record.
7. The said Dempsey Tyner was the child of (can't read) born at Virginia; died (can't read) before 1782
NOTES AT BOTTOM: *Jackson in 1800 census of (?) Asseviuro Dist., SC, but 1850 census gives birthplace as Georgia & family was there by 1803.
x Admin. Accts. in Meriwether Co., GA, beginning 3/6/1843.
REFERENCES FOR LINEAGE:
I. See Nat'l #539805.
II. Fayetteville Church Record - Census Record 1880, Fayette Co., GA on Norton. Birth of Lila Elizabeth Norton Smith - Lila Smith's Will.
III. David McDearmond's Civil War Record - Wife's Pension Record - Nancy W. McDearmond's Will.
IV. Stewart Marriage Record - Stewart's 1812 War Service WSidow's Pension Record. Bible Records, Gen. II, III, IV.
V. Abbieville District Wills and Bonds - by Pauline Young, pg. 369-446 enclosed. Letter from Court of Probate, 1820 Census Record of Putnam Co., GA.
VI> Dept. of State of Ga., Headrights - Dempsey Tyner Revolutionary War Pension #S 1599 - Some Tennesse Heroes of the Revolution, Pamphlet - Heads 66 Families, 1790, South Carolina, p. 67 - References from hamilton Co., Tenn., Vol. 1 by Zella Armstrong. Service - Abstract of Deeds, Northampton, A.C. Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters, DAR, Vol. II, List of
children for 10 generations.
My Revolutionary ancestor was married to Obedience (Sevier) Tradition at North Carolina.
Children of Revolutionary Ancestor:
Reuben Jackson Tyner born before 1770 married to Rachel Youngblood Martha Mary Tyner
Sevier Tyner
William Tyner
I was born on July 17, 1909 at Senoia, Georgia married on April 22, 1929 at Armagh, PA. by Mr. Tincom, J.P. to Howard Monroe Hicks who was born on August 26, 1905.
ANCESTOR'S SERVICES
Pvt. Dempsey Tyner S 1599
Hamilton County, Tennessee
Vol. 1776 - Served 42 days as Private under Capt. Smith, Col. Anderson. Then 3 months under Captain Miller as a Spy. Then 2 months as a Private under Capt. Miller.
Vol. 1777 - Ap. 7 - served 4 months as a Private under Capt. Miller, Col. Anderson, General Williamson.
Vol. 1777, Fall - Served 70 days under Lieut. Norris, Capt. Miller and Major Middleton. Continued serving under Capt. Miller, Maj. Pickens. He resided in Abbieville, SOuth Carolina, when he enlisted.
The said Dempsey Tyner is the ancestor who assisted in establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of Private & Pensioner, S.C>
Vol. 1, p. 201, 184, 185, 190 Hamilton Co., Tennessee by Zella Armstrong Pamphlet Some Tennessee Heroes of the Revolution by Zella Armstrong
Signature of applicant: Marguerite Byram Hicks at McKeesport, PA 15132 this
25th day of July 1974. I do not give consent to the office of the Registrar General to furnish by correspondence information contained in this application to persons seeking membership on the same line "only by my written consent."."

Notes for HENRY DRAYTON STEWART:
Henry, a soldier in the War of 1812, is buried with wife Sarah Rachel next to daughter Nancy Washington Stewart McDearmond in an unmarked grave. (His grave is now marked thanks to efforts of Barbara Sherwood Crow and Marie Hignett), Hopewell Methodist Church Cemetery, Tyrone, Fayette Co, GA .}

Children of SARA TYNER and HENRY STEWART are:
.....i......MATILDA ELIZABETH STEWART, b. March 02, 1822, Jones County, Georgia.
877......ii......NANCY WASHINGTON STEWART, b. April 30, 1824, Putnam County, Georgia, USA; d. May 08, 1906, Tyrone, Fayette County, Georgia, USA.
.....iii......JAMES JEFFERSON STEWART, b. August 02, 1825, Georgia.
.....iv......JOHN DEMPSEY STEWART, b. September 30, 1829, Georgia.
.....v......DAVID BATES STEWART, b. April 10, 1832, Georgia.
.....vi......ANDREW JACKSON STEWART, b. August 08, 1834, Georgia.
.....vii......MARTHA VIRGINIA STEWART, b. October 27, 1839, Georgia.

517. ELIZA ANN TYNER (JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 17, 1814 in Georgia, USA. She married JOHN THOMAS OWENS March 21, 1830 in Putnam County, Georgia, USA. He was born Abt. 1810 in Georgia, USA, and died June 25, 1892 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA.

Notes for ELIZA ANN TYNER:
Marriage date came from Column 1 Page 1
Date of Birth came from Column 2
Tyner - Huddleston Bible
Contributor: Mrs Lauraneta Lewis Smith Cooperstown, N. Y.
Published & Sold by H. and E. Phinney.
Also sold by I. Tiffany Utica, 1838

1850 - Division 59, Meriwether, Georgia
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Division 59, Meriwether, Georgia; Roll: M432_77; Page: 326; Image: 241. House 292
John T. Owens...40...GA...farmer...$1000
Eliza Owens...36...GA
Lucy A. Owens...16...GA
John J. Owens...16...GA
Mary A. Owens...14...GA
Sarah E. Owens...12...GA
Matilda Owens...10...GA
Thomas J. Owens...8...GA
Frances C. Owens...6...GA...female
Caroline Owens...3...GA
Martha Jane Owens...5/12...GA

house 288
Mrs. Mary Tyner...58...$576...NC
William F. Davis...23...GA
Elizabeth Davis...23...GA
Mary D. Youngblood...6...GA

Children of ELIZA TYNER and JOHN OWENS are:
.....i......JOHN J. OWENS, b. Abt. 1834, Georgia, USA; m. ELIZA DENNIS, January 21, 1869, Coweta County, Georgia, USA.
.....ii......LUCY A. OWENS, b. Abt. 1834, Georgia, USA.
.....iii......MARY A. OWENS, b. Abt. 1836, Georgia, USA.
.....iv......SARAH ELIZABETH OWENS, b. Abt. 1838; m. CHARLES WESLEY HAYNIE, January 13, 1854, Meriwhether County, Georgia, USA.
.....v......MATILDA OWENS, b. Abt. 1840, Georgia, USA.
.....vi......THOMAS J. OWENS, b. Abt. 1842, Georgia, USA.
.....vii......FRANCES C. OWENS, b. Abt. 1844, Georgia, USA.
878......viii......SOPHIA CAROLINE OWENS, b. June 30, 1847, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA; d. December 22, 1904, Chambers County, Alabama, USA.
.....ix......MARTHA JANE OWENS, b. Abt. 1850, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA.

518. JACKSON TYNER (JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born7/9/1811 in Effingham Co Ga. Many family trees claim this is the man who married SARAH ANN PACE December 15, 1832 in Springfield, Effingham, Georgia, USA, but and died October 17, 1863 in Marion County, Florida, USA. However, others claim his parents were ELIJAH TYNER and MARY GIDEON. GIven DNA results, I have deleted Jackson's details and descendants from this tree, since the test indicates he can't be a descendant of Nicholas Tyner. Contact me for information on the Elijah Tyner line.
Per the DNA results found here: .
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tynerdna/groups.html
"Elijah Tyner of Effingham Co, GA, whose descendants scattered across the United States, and many still reside in Florida, matches Richard Tyner of Ireland. Several of Richard's descendants came to the United States, through Canada. There are still descendants in Ireland today."

519. MARY ELIZABETH TYNER (JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 29, 1827 in Meriwether County, Georgia, USA, and died February 16, 1910 in Chilton County, Alabama, USA. She married (1) RONALD DUDLEY YOUNGBLOOD February 16, 1843 in Merriwether County, Georgia. He was born Abt. 1808 in Georgia, and died Aft. 1844. She married (2) WILLIAM FRANKLIN DAVIS September 23, 1847 in Meriwether County, Georgia, USA. He was born Abt. 1827 in Merriwether County, Georgia, and died May 18, 1863 in Empire Hospital in Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH TYNER:
Marriage Source: Marriage Book B, p. 31, Meriweather Co, GA
23 Sep 1847 William Franklin Davis & Elizabeth Tyner Youngblood

William was a Private, Company G, 34th Alabama Regiment. He entered the service Feb. 1, 1863 Marriage License for Elizabeth Tyner and Dudley Youngblood: 16 Feb 1843, Marriage Book B, page 83.
Tyner Huddleston Bible says: Date of Death came from Page 4 Column 1
" Departed this life on the 25th of September 1840, aged 32 years"
How could he die before he married her??

ABSTRACT OF CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA, WILL
BOOKS 1 AND 2,by Nell Orr, published by the Genealogical Society of East Alabama, Inc. 1985:
Will book p. 482,
"DUDLEY YOUNGBLOOD, dec'd. William Davis guardian of the estate of Mary A. D. Youngblood, minor heir. 26 Aug. 1855. Bond $2,500. Singed: William F. Davis, Mary "X" Lemaster, W.W. Tyson. Test. George S. Emory, J. P. Samuel Pearson, Judge of Probate."

Chambers Co, AL for three years. At age 56 he had grey eyes, dark hair, and fair comp.
William was 5' 9 1/2" in height. Born in Meriwether Co, GA. Occupation: Farmer. Cause of Death: Disease during war.

1850 Census Meriwether Co., GA p. 306 and in HH #288/288
Mrs. Mary Tiner, age 58, 576 acres, born in North Carolina;
William F. Davis, age 23, born in Georgia;
Elizabeth Davis, age 23, born in Georgia;
Mary D. Youngblood, age 6, born in Georgia.

1860 Federal Census, Chambers Co., Northern Div., Alabama p. 865. HH #1054/1033 :
W.F. Davis ...33... Farmer... 1500... 5000... GA.
Elizabeth Davis ...33... GA.
Ben F. Davis.... 11... GA.
Osso Davis... 9... GA.
James... 7... GA.
Charley Davis...2 ...Alabama.
Mary Lamaster ...73... N Carolina.
Ralph Lamaster... 74 ...S. Caraolina.
Mary A. Youngblood ...16 ...756 Georgia.
Frances E. Davis ...4 ...Alabama. [Also residing with the family were: George, 24, Black, b. Alabama and Susan, age 16, Black, b. Alabama.]

1870, the Davis family was in Tallapossa Co., Alabama
That census record is found on p. 107 HH#42
Elizbeth Davis ...age 40...Keeping House...Georgia
Franklin Davis... age 20... Farm Laborer...Georgia
Mathew Davis...age 15 ...Alabama
Charley Davis... age 12...Alabama
Jackson Davis...age 09...Alabama
Mary Lamaster...age 80...Keeping House...Georgia
[Note: Mary Lamaster's surname is easily misread -- it appears to be Remester of something similar.]

855 State of Alabama census, Chambers Co.
[Chambers County Alabama Nineteenth Century Records compiled by Ruth Royal Crump, Hugely Press, 1985, p. 19]
Ralph Lamaster.....-.....1.....1.....2.....4..........3..........7
William F. Davis.....3.....1.....1.....2.....7..........2 .....9
(1).....Name of head of family
(2).....White males under 21
(3).....White males over 21.....
(4).....White females under 21
(5).....White females over 21
(6).....Total whites in household
(7).....Insane with each county
(8).....Insane sent abroad from Chambers Co
(9).....Slaves
(10).....Free persons of color
(11).....Total inhabitants

Source: 1880 Census Place: Lewis, Coosa Co, Alabama
Source: FHL Film 1254009 National Archives Film T9-0009 page 290C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
June Cardwell...36...w...f ...House work...GA ... SC
Frances Cardwell... dau. ... 7... w...f ... Ala ...Ala...GA
Elizabeth Davis... 53...w... f ...Keeping house ...GA...Tenn...NC
Jackson Davis...son 17... w...m...At home ...Ala ...GA... GA
Mary Lemaster...mother 96...w...f ...At home ...old age ... NC...NC ... NC

1900 Federal Census, Mineral Springs, Chilton Co, Alabama, p. 6 HH#101/102
Jackson T Davis...Head... April 1862...38... m.16...AL AL AL... Farmer
Ada M Davis...Wife... April 1864... 36 ...m....16 6/6AL AL AL
Allie D Davis... son...June 1884...15... s... AL AL AL... Farm Lab
William J Davis... son... Aug 1886... 12... s... AL AL AL... Farm Lab
Lafayette B Davis...son...Sept 1889 ...10 ... s... AL AL AL... Farm Lab
Filmore M Davis... son...Nov 1890.... 09... s...AL AL AL
James M Davis... son...Feb 1894... 06 ... s... AL AL AL
Odessia D Davis...daug... Jan 1897...03... s.... AL AL AL

HH#96/96
James M[athew] Davis ...25 ...Farmer ... GA, GA, GA
Delalah Davis.... 20... Wife ...AL, GA, GA
Benjamin Davis ... 29... Farmer...Ga, ??, GA
Eliza A. [Ray] ...25... wife AL, AL, AL
Missouri Elizabeth... 07 ... dau - at home... AL, GA, AL

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William J Davis... 06...son - at home ...AL, GA, AL
Mary F Davis... 04... dau - at home ...AL, GA, AL
Jame R Davis ... 01... son - at home ...AL, GA, AL

Child of MARY TYNER and RONALD YOUNGBLOOD is:
880......i......MARY D. YOUNGBLOOD, b. Abt. 1844; d. Abt. 1877.

Children of MARY TYNER and WILLIAM DAVIS include:
.....ii......BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DAVIS, b. August 01, 1850, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA; d. February 16, 1895, Chilton County, Alabama, USA; m. ELIZA A. RAY, December 21, 1871, Coosa County, Alabama, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DAVIS:
1880 Census Place: Lewis, Coosa, Alabama
Source: FHL Film 1254009 National Archives Film T9-0009 Page 289B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Benjamin Davis...Self... M... M... W ...29 ...GA... Occ: Farmer ...Fa: AL Mo: GA
Eliza A. Davis...Wife... F... M ...W ...25 ...AL ...Occ: Keeping House ...Fa: AL Mo: GA
Mausria Davis...Dau... F ...S... W... 7... AL ...Occ: At Home... Fa: GA Mo: AL
William J. Davis... Son... M... S... W... 6 ...AL... Occ: At Home ...Fa: GA Mo: AL
Mary F. Davis...Dau... F ...S... W ...4 ...AL ...Occ: At Home ...Fa: GA Mo: AL
James O. Davis...Son... M... S... W... 1... AL... Occ: At Home... Fa: GA Mo: AL
.....iii......ALFORD OSCAR DAVIS, b. July 15, 1852, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA; d. December 16, 1939, Big Springs, Texas, USA; m. (1) ETTA SMITH, August 30, 1869, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA; m. (2) ELIZABETH FIELDS, August 30, 1869, Tallapoosa County, Alabama; m. (3) HARRIET M. MULLINS, November 26, 1882, Chilton County, Alabama.
.....iv......JAMES MATTHEW DAVIS, b. October 30, 1854, Meriwether County, Georgia, USA; d. November 06, 1916; m. DELILA ROBINSON, March 05, 1878, Chilton County, Alabama, USA; b. Abt. 1860, Alabama, USA; d. Bef. 1880.
Notes for JAMES MATTHEW DAVIS:
1880 Census Place: Lewis, Coosa, Alabama
Source: FHL Film 1254009 National Archives Film T9-0009 Page 289B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
James M. Davis... Self... M ...M... W... 25... GA... Occ: Farmer ...Fa: GA... Mo: GA
Deliah Davis...Wife ...F... M ...W ...20 ...AL ...Occ: Keeping House ...Fa: GA ...Mo: GA

1900 Federal Census, Mineral Springs, Chilton Co, Alabama p.8 HH#140/141
James M Davis...Head...Oct 1845... wd. ... GA, GA, GA ...Saw Mill Operator
Inez D Davis... dau... May 1885 ...15 ... s. ...AL, GA, AL
Arri Davis... dau... May 1886 ...14... s. ...AL, GA, AL
Hixie I. Davis... dau... Dec 1889 ...10 ... s.... AL, GA, AL
Nancy F Davis... dau... Dec 1890 ...09 ... s...AL, GA, AL
Annie M Davis... dau...Oct 1892 ... 07... s...AL, GA, AL
Gamma L Davis... dau... Dec 1894... 05 ... s. ... AL, GA, AL

.....v......FRANCES A. DAVIS, b. December 30, 1856, Chambers County, Alabama, USA; d. June 26, 1897, Alabama, USA.
.....vi......CHARLES L. DAVIS, b. January 19, 1859, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA; d. March 31, 1931, Chilton County, Alabama, USA; m. MARTHA V. HONEYCUTT, February 03, 1879, Chilton County, Alabama, USA.
Notes for CHARLES L. DAVIS:
They were married in the home of Anderson Honeycutt.

1900 Federal Census, Mineral Springs, Chilton Co, Alabama p.8
HH#136/137
Charlie L Davis ...Head... Jan 1859 ... 41... wd. ...AL, GA, AL ...Farmer
James Davis ... son... Feb 1885... 15... s.... AL, AL, AL
Cora B. Davis ...dau... April 1889 ...11... s. ... AL, AL, AL
Jodie Davis... son ...May 1891... 0...9 s... AL, AL, AL
Pearlie Davis ... dau ... Sep 1892 07... s. ... AL, AL, AL
Edgar Davis... son ... Aug 1897 ... 02... s. ... AL, AL, AL
Elizabeth Davis ... Mother ... 1827 ... 73 ...wd. ... 7/4 ... AL, AL, AL [sic]

.....vii......JACKSON TYNER DAVIS, b. April 21, 1862, Chambers County, Alabama, USA; d. March 03, 1945, Chilton County, Alabama, USA; m. WILLIE C. ROBINSON.
Notes for JACKSON TYNER DAVIS:
1880 Census Place: Lewis, Coosa, Alabama
Source: FHL Film 1254009 National Archives Film T9-0009 Page 290C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Elizabeth Davis...Self...F...W...W...53...GA...Occ: Keeping House...Fa: TN...Mo: NC
Jackson Davis...Son...M...S...W...17...AL...Occ: At Home...Fa: GA...Mo: GA
Mary Lemeter...Mother...F...W...W...96...NC...Occ: At Home...Fa: NC...Mo: NC

Judith Rittenhouse has the 1880 as:
Jane Cardwell, self, widow, female, white, age 36, born Georgia, house work, father born SC.
Francis Cardwell, daughter, single, female, white, age 7, born Alabama, at home, father born in AL and mother born in GA
Elizabeth Davis, self, widow, female, white, age 53, born GA, keeping house, father born in TN and mother in NC
Jackson Davis, son, single, male, white, age 17, born AL, at home, parents born in GA
Mary Lemeter (LeMaster), mother, widow, female, white, age 96, born NC, at home, parents born in NC.

1900 Federal Census, Mineral Springs, Chilton Co, Alabama, p. 6 HH#101/102
Jackson T Davis...Head...April 1862...38...m...16...AL AL AL Farmer
Ada M. Davis...Wife...April 1864...36...m...16...6/6...AL AL AL
Allie D. Davis...son...June 1884...15...s...AL AL AL Farm Lab
William J. Davis...son...Aug 1886...12...s...AL AL AL Farm Lab
Lafayette B. Davis ...son...Sept 1889...10...s...AL AL AL Farm Lab
Filmore M. Davis ...son...Nov 1890...09...s...AL AL AL
James M. Davis ...son...Feb 1894...06...s...AL AL AL
Odessia D. Davis ...daug. ...Jan 1897...03...s...AL AL AL


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