Some Descendants of Nicholas Tyner of Isle of Wight, Virginia, Pt. 5
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Some Descendants of Nicholas Tyner of Isle of Wight, Virginia, PT. 5


by Jane A. Leavell

Because books have already been written on this family, I haven't tried to trace all lines as diligently as I might. The supreme source of info right now is Dennis Ward, as well as Jane Ikemura, Sharon Dover Romanek, and all the other members of the Tyner mailing list, accessible through ROOTSWEB. I highly recommend that you join this group if you're interested in the family. Also, as I work, I'm trying to substitute "at" for the @ symbol, to prevent spammers' searchbots from collecting the email addies of people who've helped me in this research. Finally, in searching, be aware that the name is variously spelled as Tynes (though there is a separate family by that name--census transcribers must mistake the r for s), Tinor, Tiner, or Tyner.

GENERATION NO. 9

956. BENJAMIN B. BAUGHMAN (SARAH TYNER, JOHN PIERCE, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS , NICHOLAS) was born April 13, 1871 in Marion County, Mississippi, USA, and died May 03, 1907 in Washington Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married LAURA STANFORD. She was born March 24, 1873 in Baxterville, Lamar, Mississippi, USA, and died October 04, 1942 in Tylertown, Walthall, Mississippi, USA.

575AA. LEON E. TYNER (JAMES EVERETT, JOHN PIERCE, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS), born 26 Dec 1874 Marion County, Mississippi, USA; died 05 Jul 1938. He married (1) SARAH LADNER, born 12 Sep 1878, died 28 Jul 1918; (2) on 15 Nov 1918 in Pearl River County, Mississippi, married ASENITH A. SEAL, born 13 Dec 1887 Hancock County, Mississippi, died 16 Jul 1919 Pearl River County, Mississippi, buried in Kennedy Cemetery, Pearl River County, MS as Seaneath A. Tyner. He married (3) a SEAPHY or SCOFY or SOPHY, daughter of Mandy Harper. Leon and Sarah share a tombstone in Felix Ladner Cemetery, Lamar County, Mississippi, USA.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Beat 2, Pearl River, Mississippi; Roll T624_753; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 108; Image: 586.
Leon Tyner...35...MS, MS, MS...married 9 years...farmer, general
Sarah Tyner...30...MS, MS, MS...5 children, 4 living
Edna Tyner...8...MS, MS, MS...dau
Velmar Tyner...7...MS, MS, MS...dau
Idrian L Tyner...6...MS, MS, MS...dau
Courte A E Tyner...3/12...MS, MS, MS...son

Mississippi Marriages, 1776-1935
Name: Leon Tyner
Spouse: Smith Seal (Asenith A. Seal)
Marriage Date: 15 Nov 1918
County: Pearl River

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Beat 2, Pearl River, Mississippi; Roll T625_890; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 666.
Leon Tyner...46...MS, MS, MS...farmer
Scofy Tyner...20...MS, MS, MS...wife
Velma Tyner...16...MS, MS, MS...dau
Everett Tyner...10...MS, MS, MS...son
Sedgie Tyner...8...MS, MS, MS...son
Rogan B F Tyner...5...MS, MS, MS...stepson
Rogan R J Tyner...11/12...MS, MS, MS...stepson
John Armstrong...26...MS, AL, MS...boarder...sawmill

Leon and Sarah share a tombstone in Felix Ladner Cemetery, Lamar County, Mississippi, USA. But there's also a tombstone in Kennedy Cemetery, Pearl River County, Mississippi, USA for Seaneath A. Tyner, "wife of Leon Tyner," born Dec. 13, 1887 and died Jul. 16, 1919. He married Asenith A. Seal on 15 November 1918 in Pearl River County, Mississippi.

Children of LEON TYNER and SARAH LADNER:
.....v.....SEDGIE L. TYNER, born 26 Jul 1911 Pearl River County, Mississippi, USA; died 17 Jan 1973. He and his wife MARY OLIVE AMACHER (29 Dec 1916--30 Aug 2006) are buried in Fords Creek Cemetery, Poplarville, Pearl River, Mississippi, USA. There appears to be another Sedgie Tyner, born 11 April 1911, died 3 September 1984, an Army vet who enlisted 1 July 1931 and served until 30 June 1957. He died in Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia.

Ford's Creek by Audrie Odom
THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, Poplarville, Miss., Thursday, April 3, 1958
The people of this community extend their sympathy to the families of Sedgie Tyner, in the loss of his sister, Mrs. Holston of California.
575AB. ARTHUR ROBERT TYNER (JAMES EVERETT, JOHN PIERCE, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS), born 05 Jan 1877 Mississippi, died 21 Mar 1955. He married ELLA J. BAXTER, born 19 Nov 1876 Mississippi, died 29 Jan 1947. They share a tombstone in Spring Hill Cemetery, Poplarville, Pearl River, Mississippi, USA.

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Arthur Robert Tyner
County: Pearl River
State: Mississippi
Birth Date: 5 Jan 1877
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1682945
checking logs So. Labs. & Labor Co., Hillsdale, Pearl River, MISS
nearest relative: Ella Jane Tyner, Lumberton, Lamar, Miss
medium height/build, blue eyes, brown hair

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Beat 2, Pearl River, Mississippi; Roll T624_753; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 108; Image: 589.
Auther Tyner...33...MS, MS, MS...farmer, general
Ella Tyner...33...MS, MS, MS...wife
Mattie Tyner...8...MS, MS, MS...dau
Donzie Tyner...7...MS, MS, MS...dau
Huston Tyner...5...MS, MS, MS...son
Leiters Tyner...3...MS, MS, MS...dau
Josie Tyner...2/12...MS, MS, MS...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Beat 2, Pearl River, Mississippi; Roll T625_890; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 663.
Arthur A Tyner...43...MS, MS, MS...farmer, general
Ella J Tyner...43...MS, MS, MS...
Mattie R Tyner...18...MS, MS, MS...
Dannie Tyner...16...MS, MS, MS...
Hurther F Tyner...14...MS, MS, MS...son
Letta O Tyner...12...MS, MS, MS...dau
Jesse R Tyner...9...MS, MS, MS...dau
Hollye M Tyner...7...MS, MS, MS...dau
Thomas R Tyner...5...MS, MS, MS...son
Robert E Tyner...3 6/12...MS, MS, MS... son
Mary E Tyner...1 4/12...MS, MS, MS... dau

next door to Flenton J. Tyner:
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Beat 2, Pearl River, Mississippi; Roll 1159; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 3; Image: 865.0.
Arthur R Tyner...53...MS, MS, MS...wood foreman, sawmill
Ella Tyner...53...MS, MS, MS...school teacher, public
Donzie Tyner...26...MS, MS, MS...school teacher, public
Leta Tyner...22...MS, MS, MS...
Hollze Tyner...17...MS, MS, MS...laborer, farm
Thomas Tyner...15...MS, MS, MS...
Robert Tyner...13...MS, MS, MS...
Elizabeth Tyner...11...MS, MS, MS...

The Weekly Democrat, Poplarville, Mississippi Thursday, February 6, 1947
MRS. TYNER DIES AT HILLSDALE
.....Mrs. Ella Jane Tyner, age 70, died at her home in Hillsdale on Wednesday of last week after an illness of several years. She was the wife of A. R. Tyner. Death was caused by a heart attack.
.....Mr. Tyner was born November 19, 1876 in Pearl River county. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baxter. In early childhood she became a member of the Methodist church. On August 29, 1900 she was married to Mr. Tyner, and to this union were born nine children, all of whom are still living. In 1924 she became a member of the Baptist church and has loyally served that church throughout these years.
.....Funeral services were conducted by Rev. V. C. Walker Friday afternoon at the Spring Hill church. Active pall bearers were Meredith Baxter, Paul Crocker, Emmett Blackwell, Vern Stewart, Ralph Strahan, and Billy Allen. Arrangements were by Colonial Funeral Home.
.....Survivors, besides her husband, are Mrs. Mattie Crocker, Miss Donzie Tyner, Houston Tyner, Mrs. Leta Lowe, Mrs. Josie Burge, Mrs. Hollye Broadus, Thomas Tyner, and Elizabeth Allen, children; Guice, John and Edgar, brothers; Miss Virgie Baxter and Mrs. Lela White, sisters.

Children of ARTHUR TYNER and ELLA BAXTER include:
.....i.....MATTIE TYNER, b. abt. 1902 Mississippi.
.....ii.....DONZIE E. TYNER, born 13 Aug 1903 Mississippi, died 13 Nov 1990.
.....iii.....HUSTON TYNER, born abt. 1905 Mississippi.
.....iv.....JOSIE R. TYNER, born abt. 1910 Mississippi.
.....v.....HOLLYE M. TYNER, born abt. 1913 Mississippi.
.....vi.....THOMAS A. TYNER, born 26 May 1914, died 06 Mar 1984.
.....vii.....ROBERT EVERETTE TYNER, born 07 Jul 1916 .....viii.....

957. DONZIA ZUBA TYNER (BENJAMIN PIERCE, JOHN PIERCE, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS , NICHOLAS) was born December 02, 1896 in Mississippi, USA, and died December 25, 1965. She married BERTRAM MCDUFFY STONE July 19, 1917, son of EDWARD STONE and FLORENCE DAVIS. He was born March 24, 1895 in Alabama, USA, and died January 08, 1986 in Purvis, Lamar, Mississippi, USA.

Notes for DONZIA ZUBA TYNER:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Bertram Mc Duffy Stone
City: 1406 Terpsichore N. O., New Orleans
County: Orleans
State: Louisiana
Birthplace: Ensley, Alabama; United States of America
Birth Date: 24 Mar 1895
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1684818
DraftBoard: 1
suit cutter
single, Caucasian, tall, slender, blue eyes, sandy hair

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Bertram Stone
SSN: 433-09-2711
Last Residence: 39475 Purvis, Lamar, Mississippi, United States of America
Born: 24 Mar 1895
Died: Jan 1986
State (Year) SSN issued: Louisiana (Before 1951 )

958. CHARLES PIERCE TYNER (BENJAMIN PIERCE, JOHN PIERCE, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born May 28, 1902, and died April 01, 1972. Buried in Tyner Cemetery at Clear Branch Church, Lamar County, Mississippi, USA. He married VELMA SMITH.

959. CHARLES HENRY TYNER (JAMES JOSEPH, RANSOM CLAUDIUS, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS , NICHOLAS) was born March 15, 1866 in Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina, USA, and died October 17, 1936 in Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina, USA. He married ARAMINTA M. STALLINGS December 30, 1886 in Johnston County, North Carolina, USA. She was born January 1867 in North Carolina, USA and died 9 November 1937. As "Charlie Tyner," buried in James Joseph Tyner Cemetery, Brogdon, Johnston, North Carolina. She has a handcarved tombstome there as "Almenta Stallings Tyner" with birth and death dates. I have a couple more generations on my database but not much room on this free website....

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: T623 1202; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 51
Charles H Tiner...34...Mar 1866...NC, NC, NC...married 13 years...farmer
Minter Tiner...34...Jan 1867...NC, NC, NC...6 children, 5 living
John L Tiner...12...Oct 1887...NC, NC, NC
Flord l Tiner...10...Feb 1890...NC, NC, NC
Robert Tiner...5...May 1894...NC, NC, NC
Jasper Tiner...3...Aug 1896...NC, NC, NC
Birtha Tiner...3/12...Nov 1899...NC, NC, NC

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: T624_1118; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 41; Image: 1003.
Charlie Tyner...49...NC, NC, NC...married 23 years...farmer, general
Minter Tyner...46...NC, NC, NC...9 children, 7 living
Floid Tyner...20...NC, NC, NC
Robert Tyner...15...NC, NC, NC
Jasper Tyner...13...NC, NC, NC
Bertha Tyner...10...NC, NC, NC
Henry Tyner...4/12...NC, NC, NC
Maud Tyner...1 3/12...NC, NC, NC

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: T625_1307; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 243
Charlie Tyner...54...NC, NC, NC...rent...farmer
Minter Tyner...50 ...NC, NC, NC...
Robert Tyner...24...NC, NC, NC...
Henry Tyner...14...NC, NC, NC...
Maud Tyner...11...NC, NC, NC...
Lillie Tyner...7...NC, NC, NC...

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: 1701; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 10; Image: 493.0; FHL microfilm: 2341435.
Charlie Tyner...65...NC, NC, NC...farmer...married at 20
Minter Tyner...66...NC, NC, NC...married at 21
Lily M Tyner...17...NC, NC, NC...dau...single
Jensy Griffin...69 [63] ...NC, NC, NC...widowed...married at 21...sister-in-law

.....i.....JOHN L. TYNER, born Oct 1887 Johnston County, North Carolina
.....ii.....FLOYD LEONIDUS TYNER, born 19 Feb 1890 Johnston County, North Carolina; died 06 Feb 1972 Dunn, Harnett, NC. He married INDIA ROSE DAVIS 25 Jun 1912 Johnston County, NC. She was b. 15 Sep 1889 & d. 10 Jul 1977, both in NC.

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Smithfield, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: T625_1307; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 63; Image: 851
Fload L Tiner...30...NC, NC, NC...general farmer
Euda Tiner...30...NC, NC, NC
William J Tiner...7...NC, NC, NC
Wallas E Tiner...5...NC, NC, NC
Sallie M Tiner...3 9/12...NC, NC, NC
Jessie F Tiner...6/12...NC, NC, NC

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Smithfield, Johnston, North Carolina; Roll: T627_2934; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 51-39. Address: 260 Smithfield Route 2.
Floyd Lee Tyner...51...NC...farmer...rents home...1st grade education
Indianna Tyner...51...NC...unpaid family worker...1st grade education
Sallie Manta Tyner...22...NC...unpaid family worker...7th grade education
Jesse F. Tyner...20...NC...unpaid family worker...income from other sources...high school, 4th year

NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATES
Name: Floyd Leonedor Tyner
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 81
Birth Date: 19 Feb 1890
Birth Place: North Carolina, United States
Death Date: 6 Feb 1972
Death Location: Dunn, Harnett
Spouse's Name: Endia Rose
Father's Name: Charlie Tyner
Mother's name: Minter Tyner
Residence: Smithfield, Johnston, North Carolina

.....iii.....PRESTON ROBERT TYNER, born 14 Apr 1894 Johnston County, North Carolina; died 05 Mar 1952 Goldsboro, Wayne, North Carolina.
.....iv.....WILLIAM JASPER TYNER, born 01 Aug 1896 Johnston County, North Carolina; married 03 Nov 1976 Goldsboro, Wayne, NC. He married (1) LILLIAN LAMBERT; (2) MADDRESS MCLAMB on 13 Aug 1927 in Johnston County, North Carolina.
.....v.....BERTHA TYNER, born Nov 1899 Johnston County, NC; died 08 Sep 1944 Bentonville, Johnston County, North Carolina.
.....vi.....CHARLES HENRY TYNER, born 19 Sep 1906 Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina; died 10 Sep 1956 Goldsboro, Wayne, North Carolina. He married VIOLA HARE.
.....vii.....MAUDE VIRGINIA TYNER, born 08 Nov 1908 Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina.

959E. GEORGE RANSOM TYNER (JAMES JOSEPH, RANSOM CLAUDIUS, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS), b. January 26, 1882, Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina, USA; d. July 26, 1959, Smithfield, Johnston County, North Carolina, USA; m. WILLIE PILKINGTON (1886--21 May 1958) on 19 Oct 1901 in Johnston County, North Carolina, USA. They are buried in Tees Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Johnston County, North Carolina.

Children of George Tyner and Willie Pilkington:
.....i.....JULIA TYNER, born 15 Jan 1903 Johnston County, NC, died May 1972 Smithfield, Johnston, North Carolina, USA . She married CHARLIE J. CREECH.
.....ii.....HATTIE BELLE TYNER, born 13 Mar 1906 Johnston County, NC, married LEONARD A. EDWARDS (abt. 1904--1960).
.....iii.....HARVEY HUGH TYNER was born 03 Sep 1908 Johnston County, NC and died 14 Jun 1965. He married LILLIE LOU EDWARDS on 30 Sep 1925 Johnston County, NC. She was born 05 Apr 1908 and died 21 Sep 1998.
.....iv.....RACHEL SAVANNAH TYNER was born 09 Jan 1909 in Johnston County, North Carolina, USA.
.....v.....JOHN WENDELL TYNER was born 17 Nov 1914 Johnston County, NC and died 21 Sep 1973. On 22 Dec 1933 in Boon Hill, Johnston, North Carolina, USA he married LOIS DORIS SUTTON, born 29 Mar 1916 and died 24 Mar 1996.
.....vi.....GEORGE HUBERT TYNER was born 03 Sep 1912 Johnston County, NC, and died 17 Jun 1944.
.....vii.....ADA SUE TYNER was born 11 Nov 1918 Johnston County, NC, and died 24 Sep 2005 Johnston County, North Carolina, USA. On 20 Jan 1935 Johnston County, NC, she married VERNON L. LEWIS, born 11 Jul 1914 and died 02 Aug 1985, both in Johnston County.

960. THOMAS B. TYNER (JACOB ALFRED, RANSOM CLAUDIUS, JOHN PEARCE, ARTHUR PEARCE, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born April 15, 1886 in Johnston County, North Carolina, USA, and died June 17, 1956 in Four Oaks, Johnston, North Carolina, USA. He married MATTIE C. BYRD. She was born December 25, 1894 in North Carolina, USA, and died June 06, 1929 in Four Oaks, Johnston, North Carolina, USA. He m. (2) ESTHER INGRAM, born abt. 1919 NC.

NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATES
Name: Mattie Tyner [Mattie Byrd]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 34
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1894
Birth Place: Country, North Carolina, United States
Death Date: 6 Jun 1929
Death Location: Four Oaks, Johnston
Spouse's Name: T B Tyner
Father's Name: C V Byrd
Mother's Name: Willia Johnson
cardiovascular dropsy
informant: Mrs. C. V. Byrd

Children of THOMAS TYNER and MATTIE BYRD:
.....i.....
.....ii.....THOMAS EDWARD TYNER, b. 22 Jan 1918 Elevation, Johnston, NC; d. 23 Aug 1984 Rocky Mount, Nash, NC.
.....iii.....DERWOOD TYNER, b. 11 Aug 1920 Elevation, Johnston, NC; d. Jul 1979 Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
.....iv....RUBY MERLE TYNER, b. 02 Feb 1924 Elevation, Johnston, NC; d. 12 Jun 1996 Smithfield, Johnston, NC.
.....v.....WILLIE EASTER TYNER, b. 11 Jul 1927 Elevator, Johnston, NC; d. 14 Apr 1994 Washington, Beaufort, NC.

Children of THOMAS TYNER and ESTHER INGRAM:
.....vi.....
.....vii.....MARY TYNER, b. December 26, 1938 Johnston County, NC.

Benson, NC: Mrs. Mary T. Parker, age 73, of 12586 Raleigh Road died Tuesday, February, 14, 2012, at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill. Funeral services will be 11:00AM Friday, February 17, 2012, at Rose & Graham Funeral Chapel in Benson. Officiating will be Rev. Glenn McCullen. Burial will follow in Roselawn Cemetery in Benson.
…..Mrs. Parker was born December 26, 1938 in Johnston County to the late Thomas and Esther Ingram Tyner. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Ruby Tyner. Mrs. Parker was a retired employee of Chicopee/PGI in Benson, and was a member of the Smyrna OFWB Church.
…..Surviving are Husband, Bobby Parker of Benson; Daughters and Sons-In-Law, Sylvia and Dwayne Horton of Benson, and Patricia and Wesley Oliver of Benson; Grandchildren and Spouses, Amanda Horton of Benson, Rebecca and Mitchell Wilson of Chesapeake, VA, Candice and Timothy Messer of Benson; Casey Allen of Hampstead, Stevi and Brian Landau of Longmount, Colorado; Great-Grandchildren, Trent, Alyssa, Charlotte, Lillia, and Addison; Sister & Brother-in-Law, Peggy & Granville Denning of Benson; and Several Nieces and Nephews.
…..Family will receive friends at Rose & Graham Funeral Home in Benson from 5:00PM to 8:00PM Thursday, February 16, 2012.
…..Flowers are welcomed; however memorials may be made to the Macular Degeneration Association, P. O. Box 20256, Sarasota, FL 34276
961. W. A. PARTIN (ALEXANDER C., HARRIET MCGREW, ELIZABETH BLACKBURN, FRANCES TYNER, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born January 18, 1867, and died May 05, 1889. He married MARGARET HORN. She was born Abt. 1869.

962. JOHN EDWARD PARTIN (ALEXANDER C., HARRIET MCGREW, ELIZABETH BLACKBURN, FRANCES TYNER, BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1876, and died 1917. He married (1) JO ELLA TATUM October 14, 1891 in Sabine County, Texas. She was born February 25, 1880 in Sabine County, Texas. He married (2) MALISSA BROOM December 08, 1901 in Sabine County, Texas. He married (3) ALTA LILLIE HARRIS December 11, 1909. She was born Abt. 1885.

963. SAM PHILIP TYNER (WILLIAM H., WILEY, NICHOLAS, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born August 13, 1890 in Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA. He married MARTHA STEPHENS, born about 1892 NC, on 17 Apr 1918 in Back Swamp, Robeson, North Carolina, USA. A corporal in the US Army in World War I, he died 6 Jan 1946. Martha's death certificate (Mrs. Sam Tyner) says she was born in Columbus County, NC, died of carcinoma 08 Sep 1945 in Lumberton, Robeson, NC, and was buried in Hollywood Cemetery. Her parents are listed as J. M. Stephens and Sarah Talk.

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name: Sam Phillip Tyner
City: Lumberton
County: Robeson
State: North Carolina
Birthplace: Robeson County, North Carolina; United States of America
Birth Date: 13 Aug 1890
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1765935
DraftBoard: 1
laborer, Lumberton Cotton Mill
single
tall, medium build, blue eyes, black hair

Ancestry.com. North Carolina, Marriage Collection, 1741-2004 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007
Name: Sam P Tyner
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1892
Age: 26
Race: White
Spouse: Martha Stephens
Spouse Gender: Female
Spouse Age: 19
Spouse Race: White
Marriage Date: 17 Apr 1918
Marriage Location: Back Swamp
Marriage County: Robeson
Marriage State: North Carolina

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina; Roll: 1716; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 547.0.
Sam P Tyner...40...NC, NC, NC...operator, cotton mill
Martha Tyner...34...NC, NC, NC
Julius Tyner...7...NC, NC, NC

National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Name: Sam P Tyner
Service Info.: CPL US ARMY WORLD WAR I
Birth Date: 13 Aug 1890
Death Date: 6 Jan 1946
Cemetery: Old Hollywood Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Lumberton, NC 28358

Child of SAM TYNER and MARTHA STEPHENS is:
.....i.....JULIUS P. TYNER, born about 1923, died Jan. 20, 2009, married MARY LOUISE COLEMAN.

WORLD WAR II ENLISTMENT
Name: Julius Tyner
Birth Year: 1923
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: North Carolina
State: North Carolina
County or City: Robeson
Enlistment Date: 28 Aug 1944
Enlistment State: North Carolina
Enlistment City: Fort Bragg
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor
Marital Status: Married
Height: 80
Weight: 100

Julius Tyner
LUMBERTON - Julius Tyner, 85, of 101 E Ave., died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. He was an Army veteran. Services: Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday in Floyd Mortuary & Crematory Memorial Chapel in Lumberton. Burial in Meadowbrook Cemetery. Visitation, 7 to 9 tonight at the funeral home. Survived by: Son, Kenneth; daughters, Linda Davis and Delma Anchors; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

964. CLARA CORNELIA TYNER (WILLIAM RICHARD, WILEY, NICHOLAS, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born December 28, 1895 in North Carolina, USA, and died December 13, 1966. She married JOHN DALTON SMITH. He was born January 23, 1892 in Bladen County, North Carolina, USA.

965. DANIEL WELDON MCDUFFIE (DUNCAN HECTOR, ELIZABETH TYNER, NICHOLAS, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) He married MARY ALICE HAGGINS.

966. THOMAS DUNCAN TYNER (JAMES ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER JAMES, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born September 04, 1895 in North Carolina, USA, and died November 17, 1971 in Lumberton, Robeson County, North Carolina, USA. He married EVIA BAXLEY.

967. ARCHIE BLUE TYNER (JAMES ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER, JAMES, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS , NICHOLAS) was born March 16, 1902 in Hamlet, Richmond, North Carolina, USA, and died December 01, 1975 in St. Paul's, Robeson, North Carolina, USA. He married CLAUDIA ISABELLA SNIPES July 19, 1922 in Bennetsville, Marlboro, South Carolina, USA. Children include:
.....i.....CLYDE TYNER, b. Dec. 17, 1924 Dillon, Dillon, SC, d. Jul. 15, 1959 Lumberton, Robeson, SC, buried Buried Oak Ridge Cemetery, Saint Pauls, Robeson, NC.

968. WILLIAM BENJAMIN TYNER (JAMES ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER, JAMES, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS), b. August 14, 1910; d. December 17, 1963, Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA; m. SUSAN P. HALL, b. Apr. 1, 1914, d. 14 May 1989. They share a tombstone in Row 8, Marker 12 of McGirt Cemetery, Alfordsville, Robeson, North Carolina, USA.
Notes for WILLIAM B. TYNER:
NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATES
Name: William Bill Tyner
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 53
Birth Date: 14 Aug 1910
Birth Place: North Carolina, United States
Death Date: 17 Dec 1963
Death Location: Lumberton, Robeson
Spouse's Name: Susie Hall
Father's Name: James Alexander Tyner
Mother's Name: Lilly McCoy
RESIDENCE: Red Springs, Hoke, North Carolina

Children include:
.....i.....WILLIAM JERRY TYNER, born 27 Sep 1943 Robeson County, North Carolina, USA; died 24 May 1997; buried McGirt Cemetery, Alfordsville, Robeson, North Carolina, USA.

968A. ANNIE BELL TYNER (JAMES ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER, JAMES, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born April 07, 1914. She married CHARLES SELLERS.

969. ZEB VANCE TYNER (JAMES B., JAMES B., JAMES, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born July 29, 1914 in Scotland County, North Carolina, USA, and died March 15, 1999 in North Carolina.

Notes for ZEB VANCE TYNER:
NORTH CAROLINA BIRTH
Name: Zeb Vance Tyner
Date of Birth: 29 Jul 1914
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth County: Scotland
Parent1 Name: James B Tyner
Parent2 Name: Winnie Hailey Tyner
Roll Number: B_C088_66001
Volume: 2
Page: 372

Zeb Vance Tyner
July 29, 1914 - March 15, 1999
Resided In: USA
Visitation: None
Service: None
...Dateline: Wagram
...Mrs. Zeb Vance Tyner, 84, of 31581 Aberdeen Road died Monday, March 15, at his residence.
...Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wedensday at the Old Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church officiated by the Rev. Douglass Key. Burial will follow in Bethesda Cemetery in Aberdeen.
...Born July 29, 1914 in Scotland County, he was a son of the late James and Winnie Cook Tyner. For 36 years he was employed with the NC Forestry Service as an equipment operator.
...He is survived by a son, Jim Tyner of Wagram; a daughter, Barbara Peeples of Wagram; a brother; Rob Tyner of Aberdeen; a sister; Daisy Williams of Laurinburg; 10 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
...Memorials may be made to Hospice of Scotland County, PO Box 1033, Laurinburg, NC 28353.
...Visitaton will be 7 - 9 p.m. Tuesday at the McDougald Funeral Home and Crematorium. www.mcdougald.com

970. H. MELVIN TYNER (ALEXANDER, ELIAS WARREN, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1915. He married LORENA PEARL ODUM. She died February 05, 2008 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA.

Notes for MELVIN TYNER:
Fayetteville Observer, The (NC) - February 7, 2008
Deceased Name: Lorena O. Tyner
LUMBERTON - Mrs. Lorena Pearl Odum Tyner, 94, of 1563 Odum Road, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008.
.....Services: Funeral, 2 p.m. Saturday in Revels Funeral Home chapel in Lumberton. Burial in Gardens of Faith Cemetery. Visitation, 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
.....Survived by: Husband, Melvin; children, Sandra Bullock, Lora Ann, Ronald, Jacky and Richard; sisters, Angella Britt and Hilda; 15 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.

971. WILLIAM GLENN TYNER (LUTHER BENJAMIN, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born April 06, 1917 in Robeson County, North Carolina, USA, and died March 30, 2004 in Lumberton, Robeson, North Carolina, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM GLENN TYNER:
NORTH CAROLINA BIRTH INDEX
Name: William Glenn Tyner
Date of Birth: 6 Apr 1917
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth County: Robeson
Parent1 Name: Luther B Tyner
Parent2 Name: Ellen Lewis
Roll Number: B_C083_66005
Volume: 1917
Page: 355

http://www.fayettevillenc.com/obituaries/index.php
Obituaries for Wednesday, Mar 31, 2004
William G. Tyner Sr.
LUMBERTON - William Glenn Tyner Sr., 86, of 1555 Willis Ave., died Tuesday, March 30, 2004.
.....Mr. Tyner was a member of Clybonville Baptist Church and retired from Red Springs Milliken Mill.
.....The funeral will be conducted at 3 p.m. Thursday in Biggs Funeral Home chapel in Lumberton by the Rev. Raymond Ellis. Burial will be in New Hollywood Cemetery.
.....Mr. Tyner is survived by a son, William G. ''Buddy'' Tyner Jr. of Lumberton; a daughter, Carolyn T. McDuffie of Fayetteville; a sister, Mary Hamer of Sumter, S.C.; three brothers, Lewis Tyner of Nashville, Horace Tyner of Red Springs and Marvin Tyner of Tabor City; five grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren.
.....The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 at the funeral home and at other times at the home of William G. ''Buddy'' Tyner Jr., 637 Bollinger Ave.
.....Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, 2711 Breezewood Ave., Suite A, Fayetteville, NC 28303.

NORTH CAROLINA DEATH COLLECTION
Name: William Glenn Tyner Sr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Hispanic Origin: Non-Hispanic
Marital Status: Widowed
Social Security Number: 246244550
Father's Last Name: Tyner
Age: 86 Years
Date of Birth: 6 Apr 1917
Birth County: Robeson
Birth State: North Carolina
Residence City: Lumberton
Residence County: Robeson
Residence State: North Carolina
Residence Zip Code: 28358
Education: 4th grade
Date of Death: 30 Mar 2004
Death City: Lumberton
Death County: Robeson
Death State: North Carolina
Autopsy: Autopsy Not Performed
Autopsy Findings: Autopsy findings were not considered in determining cause of death
institution: Hospital Inpatient
Hospital Name: SOUTHEASTERN GENERAL HOSP
Attendant: Physician
Burial Location: Burial in-state
Recorded date: 5 Apr 2004
Source Vendor: North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics

972. THEA ANN TYNER (THOMAS ALVIN, JAMES THOMAS, BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN J., BENJAMIN, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born June 27, 1928 in Columbus County, North Carolina, USA, and died June 29, 1997 in Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina, USA. She married ALTON DEWEY SKIPPER. He was born August 05, 1922 in Columbus County, North Carolina, USA.

Notes for THEA ANN TYNER:
Mrs. Thea T. Skipper
WHITEVILLE -- Mrs. Thea Ann Tyner Skipper, 69, of 1404 Brown-Maultsby Road died Sunday in New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington.
.....The funeral will be conducted at 3 p.m. today in Union Valley Baptist Church by the Rev. Bervin Ferguson. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by Worthington Funeral Home of Chadbourn.
.....Mrs. Skipper is survived by three daughters, Beth S. Dyson, Beverly S. Norris and Seaney S. Stout, all of Whiteville; three sons, Sherril Skipper, Dale Skipper and Edwin Skipper, all of Whiteville; a sister, Larue Fisher of Whiteville; 13 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
.....Memorials may be made to Union Valley Baptist Church.

973. RUPERT HASTY (CHARLES, GEORGE ELBERT, REBECCA J. DAVIS, ARTHUR, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born May 22, 1908 in Northampton County, North Carolina, and died March 05, 1992 in Jackson, Northampton, North Carolina. He married CLARABELL GLOVER. She was born Abt. 1917.

974. LOUIS HASTY (CHARLES , GEORGE ELBERT , REBECCA J. DAVIS, ARTHUR , ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM , NICHOLAS , NICHOLAS) He married VERGIE BARNES.

975. MAMIE ARCHER (MARY JANE HASTY, GEORGE ELBERT, REBECCA J. DAVIS, ARTHUR, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM , NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) She married GROVER D. DAVIS.

976. LAURA ARCHER (MARY JANE HASTY, GEORGE ELBERT, REBECCA J. DAVIS, ARTHUR, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM , NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) She married JOHN LASSITER.

978. ROBERT GLEN HASTY (LAWRENCE JACKSON, GEORGE ELBERT, REBECCA J. DAVIS, ARTHUR, ELIZABETH TYNER, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS) was born March 31, 906, and died August 07, 1972 in Richmond, Virginia. He married EDITH WESSON.

1032. FRANKLIN MARION TYNER (CHARLTON ELIJAH, SYDNOR DALE, JAMES T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born December 05, 1867 in Tama County, Iowa, USA, and died January 25, 1960 in Riverside County, California, USA. He married MINERVA JERUSHA WARD August 30, 1892 in Afton Township, Cherokee, Iowa, USA, daughter of ABRAHAM WARD and LAURA VAN HORN. She died November 14, 1943 in Cherokee County, Iowa, USA. Per C. Bleakly at an Ancestry.com World Tree, he moved to Riverside Ca. in 1946 to be near his daughter Gladys Carlson. His sister Florence kept house for him until her death in 1955.

.....i.....LEO WARD TYNER b. 09 Sep 1894 Cherokee County, Iowa; died 05 Sep 1970 Oakland, Pottawattamie, Iowa; married PANSYE MARIE RUCKER (26 Sep 1895--23 Nov 1988) on 24 Jul 1916. Three children: VIRGINIA LAVELLES TYNER, JACK NORMAND TYNER, and GERALD FRANKLIN TYNER born 20 Oct 1922 Cherokee County, Iowa; d. 16 Dec 1993 Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska. <.
.....ii....GLADYS MARIE TYNER, born 18 May 1897 Cherokee County, Iowa; married CLAUDE CARLSON 20 Oct 1923 Cherokee County, Iowa.
.....ii.....CHESTER CHARLTON TYNER (or was it CHESTER CARLETON TYNER?), born 25 July 1908 Cherokee, Cherokee, Iowa, died 25 Sep 1972 Riverside, Riverside, California. His wife RUTH LILLIAN JOHNSTON was born 20 Dec 1909 Iowa City, Wright, Iowa, and died 27 Nov 1960 Fayetteville, Washington, Arkansas, USA.

1033. ALEATHA TYNER (DAVID LEROY, SYDNOR DALE, JAMES T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 1894 in Osage County, Kansas, USA. She married WALTER T. CLARK.

1034. LOUIS EARL CARTER (EMILY TYNER, SYDNOR DALE, JAMES T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 07, 1894 in Glidden, Carroll, Iowa, and died April 01, 1967 in Dows, Franklin, Iowa, USA. He married CORA MARIE NELSEN March 03, 1917 in Iowa. She was born February 02, 1896 in Alden, Hardin, Iowa, USA, and died November 07, 1965 in Dows, Franklin, Iowa.

1035A. HARLEY ALBERT TYNER (CLARENCE EUGENE, ELIJAH M., JAMES T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 26 September 1883 Indiana. He married EMMA AMELIA KELLENBERGER in White County, Indiana, in March of 1905. She was born 06 Jun 1882 in Monon, White, Indiana, USA.

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Harley Albert Tyner
White County, Indiana
born 26 Sept 1883
medium height, stout, grey eyes, dark brown hair
oil agent, Standard Oil Company
relative: Emma Amelia Tyner
Family History Library Roll 1653175

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Monon, White, Indiana; Roll: T625_475; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 224; Image: 343
Harley A. Tyner...36...IN, IN, IN...Standard Oil mgr.
Emma A. Tyner...37...IN, IN, OH
Emery E. Tyner...13...IN, IN, IN
Ira Tyner...11...IN, IN, IN
Milton E. Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN
Carl D. Tyner...1 2/12...IN, IN, IN

.....i.....EMERY EUGENE TYNER, born abt. 1907 White County, Indiana; d. 20 Mar 1986; married GAIL VOGLEMAN, b. 17 Jan 1917 and d. 27 Apr 2006. Burial for both: Saunders Cemetery, Daleville, Delaware, Indiana.
.....ii.....IRA TYNER, born abt. 1909 White County, Indiana.
.....iii.....MILTON E. TYNER, b. 08 Dec 1914 White County, Indiana. He married Louellen Iris Myres on 14 Feb 1934. He died 02 Apr 1996, Delphi, Carroll, Indiana, USA. She was born 24 Dec 1914 in Rensselaer, Jasper, Indiana, USA and died 18 Dec 1992 Lafayette, Tippiecanoe, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....CARL D. TYNER, born abt. 1919 White County, Indiana.

1035. EDNA A. TYNER (CLARENCE EUGENE, ELIJAH M., JAMES T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 27, 1888 in Monticello, White, Indiana, USA, and died March 1971 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. She married HARRY HOMER MCBEE January 1928 in Indiana, USA.

1036. ORICE EVERETT TYNER (HARVEY, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, JAMES T., RICHARD, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 07, 1898 in Dighton, Lane, Kansas, and died May 21, 1969 in Logan, Cache, Utah. He married KATIE NAOMI PAULSON August 14, 1923. She was born 23 Dec 1901 & died 24 Feb 1977. They share a tombstone in Lewiston City Cemetery, Lewiston, Cache, Utah, USA; on the back is "Children: Virginia Mae, James Harvey."

1037. JOHN T. GRAYSON (WILLIAM ELIJA, LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 1870 in Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1950 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married ROSA M. MCCORKLE June 19, 1890 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born February 1875 in Indiana, USA.

1038. SILAS HENRY GRAYSON (WILLIAM ELIJA , LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 25, 1880 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and died September 16, 1974 in Methodist Hosp., Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married GRACE LETT Abt. 1903.

1039. EVERETT F. GRAYSON (SILAS T., LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 21, 1886 in Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and died December 1966. He married ANNA ?.

Notes for EVERETT F. GRAYSON:
1910 - Kokomo Ward 6, Howard, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Kokomo Ward 6, Howard, Indiana; Roll: T624_356; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 135; Image: 344
Everett Grayson...23...IN, IN, IN...married 3 years...bit worker
Anna Grayson...22...IN, IN, IN

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Everett F Grayson
City: Kokomo
County: Howard
State: Indiana
Birthplace: Sharpsville, Indiana; United States of America
Birth Date: 21 Jul 1886
Roll: 1503900
DraftBoard: 0
boring mill mechanic
wife and one child
medium height/build, gray eyes, dark hair

1930 - Monroe, Howard, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Monroe, Howard, Indiana; Roll: 592; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 28; Image: 545.0.
Everett Grayson...43...IN, IN, IN...farming
Anna Grayson...42...IN, IN, IN
Ella J Grayson...13...IN, IN, IN

WORLD WAR II
Name: Everett Fonbie Grayson
Birth Date: 21 Jul 1886
RESIDENCE: Howard, Indiana
Birth: Tipton, Indiana
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2281492
Anna H. Grayson

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Everett Grayson
SSN: 306-40-8000
Last Residence: 46901 Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 21 Jul 1886
Died: Dec 1966
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (1955-1956

1040. WILLIAM ELIJAH TYNER (GEORGE HENRY, WILLIAM ELIJAH, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 11 January 1883 in Kansas, USA and d. 31 Jan 1975. He married NELLIE DARBY. She was born 21 Feb 1888 in England, d. 09 Mar 1949. Both buried in Florida Cemetery, La Plata, Colorado.

Notes for WILLIAM E. TYNER:
This info is from the book Where Eagles Winter, from emigration records for Edward in 1892, and from newspaper accounts in the Durango Democrat 1908.
.....Edward was born in Worchestershire, England. His sister came to the US first, where she married Henry Knight. They had homesteaded in Disappointment Valley near Dolores, Colorado. Edward joined them about 1880 and then established his own homestead in the same area.
....In 1892, Edward returned to England for a visit, and returned with an H. (Harry??)) Darby. Darby appears to have been a step-brother. Not long after, Darby sent for his wife and two small children. They also settled near Dolores and had two more children. But Darby died, and in 1895 Edward married Hellen Darby, his step-brother's widow. Hellen/Ellen was known as Nellie. Southall adopted her 4 children - Nellie, Ethel, Harry and Jennie. The new Southall family then moved to farm on the Florida Mesa. Daughter Nellie married William Tyner 1908 at her parents' home on the Mesa; the newspaper carried a report of the wedding. See the Tyner burials in this cemetery. Edward and Nellie did not have children of their own.
--from Animas Museum, and K. Szelag

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lower Florida, La Plata, Colorado; Roll: T624_121; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 81; Image: 208
William E Tyner...27...KS, IN, Ireland...married 2 years...farmer, general
Nellie Tyner...22...England, England, England
Clarice May Tyner...CO, KS, England

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Falfa, La Plata, Colorado; Roll: T625_165; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 69; Image: 1094
William Tyner...37...KS, IN, Ireland...farmer...hay & grain
Nellie Tyner...31...England, England, England
Clarice M Tyner...10...CO, KS, England
Holly F Tyner...6...CO, KS, England...son
Ellen Southall...64...England, England, England...mother-in-law

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Falfa, La Plata, Colorado; Roll: 244; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 29; Image: 478.0; FHL microfilm: 2339979.
William E. Tyner...47...KS, IN, Ireland...farmer, general
Nelley Tyner...42...England, England, England
Holly F. Tyner...16...CO, KS, Eng
James Ledford...29...CO, NE, NC...boarder

Children:

.....i.....CLARICE M. TYNER, born about 1910 La Plata County, Colorado.
.....ii.....HOLLY FISHER TYNER, born 01 May 1913 La Plata County, Colorado; died Apr 1981 in Joes, Yuma, Colorado, USA. He married LUCILLE SARAH PROCARONE, born 17 Mar 1914, died 05 Aug 1994. They share a tombstone in Florida Cemetery, Durango, La Plata, Colorado, USA.

1040A. GEORGE HENRY TYNER (GEORGE HENRY, WILLIAM ELIJAH, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS), b. 2 Nov 1886, Colorado, USA; d. 05 Aug 1966; m. ELIZABETH BRADLEY BANKS, b. 26 Sep 1886 d. 04 Sep 1929. Both are buried in Florida Cemetery, Durango, La Plata, Colorado, USA. Children:
.....i.....ROBERT H. TYNER born 14 May 1915, died 16 July 2013 Durango, La Plata, Colorado, USA.

Hood Mortuary of Durango, Colorado:
Native Durango area resident, Robert H. “Bob” Tyner died of natural causes at Sunshine Gardens Country Home on Tuesday, July 16, 2013. He was 98. Mr. Tyner was born May 14, 1915, to George Henry Tyner, Jr. and Elizabeth Bradley Banks Tyner on a ranch located in the Florida River Valley about 12 miles east of Durango, Colorado. His grandfather settled in the valley in 1882. As the oldest of two children, Bob assumed a great deal of family responsibility after his mother passed away when he was 14. Up through the tenth grade he rode horseback long distances to attend one and two-roomed schools. He graduated from Durango High School in 1933. During the depression Bob spent time in Civilian Conservation Corp camps located on the site currently occupied by Fort Lewis College and later in a camp at Golden, Colorado, where he worked on the construction of Red Rocks Amphitheatre. He attended Fort Lewis A&M, now Fort Lewis College, at the old campus near Hesperus, and transferred to Colorado State University where he graduated in 1940 with a BS degree in Civil and Irrigation Engineering. Bob married Calla Mae Baird July 27, 1940, in Aztec, New Mexico. Bob’s passing comes 11 days shy of their 73rd wedding anniversary. Immediately follow their wedding they left for Washington, D.C., where Bob took a job helping tabulate the 1940 census. After eight months, Bob got a job with the Town of Cortez back in Colorado where he was in charge of installing that town’s first sewer system. In the fall of 1942, he went to work for the Bureau of Reclamation in Durango, where he spent the next 30 years. The office was responsible for water resource development in the San Juan and Dolores River Basins in the Four Corners area. Bob became Project Manager in 1963. During his tenure with the Bureau five water projects were turned over to their respective water user organization and three additional projects were authorized by Congress. During the nine-year period Bob was Project Manager, he worked with Boards of Directors of nine different Conservation Districts, three City Councils, and the Councils of three Indian Tribes, all located within a 150-mile radius of Durango. After he retired from the Bureau of Reclamation, he became Manager of the Southwestern Water Conservation District, coordinating the same projects he had previously been working on and lobbying Congress for funds to support those projects. During this time he also subdivided the La Plata Vista Subdivision. In 1980 he retired for the second time and the last lot in the subdivision sold. He will be remembered as a family man, a volunteer, and one who gave his all in everything he did. Bob Tyner had a passion for helping others. When his boys were younger, he was very involved in Boy Scout leadership. He was a lifelong member of the Kiwanis Club of Durango. Since retirement, Bob and Calla Mae have been involved in such activities as: Marriage Encounter, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Bright Beginnings, Junior Achievement, United Way, and Parents Who Care. They founded and managed the Eye & Ear Program of La Plata County, an organization that continues to give glasses and hearing aids to thousands of children and adults who cannot afford them. They were very active in the First United Methodist Church of Durango. Bob enjoyed hunting, fly-fishing, camping, skiing with his granddaughters and traveling with his wife in their motorhome. His family joked that the Robert Redford movie, “A River Runs Through It,” was similar to the friendly competition he had with his two sons. He taught by example the value of both working and playing hard and he believed any situation could be improved by a positive attitude and a dose of extra effort. He is preceded in death by his brother George Franklin Tyner and his oldest son James Henry Tyner. He is survived by his wife of almost 73 years Calla Mae Tyner, his son and daughter-in-law Ronald S. & Katie Tyner of Durango, four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 27, 2013, at The First United Methodist Church located at 2917 Aspen Drive in Durango with Pastor Jeff Huber and Pastor Roger Haney officiating. Cremation has occurred and joint burial will occur upon the passing of his wife Calla Mae. Memorial contributions can be made to either the Eye & Ear Program of La Plata County at P.O. Box 121, Durango, CO 81302; or to Cadence Therapeutic Riding at 120 CR 236, Durango, CO 81301.
.....ii.....George Franklin Tyner born 29 Nov 1919 Durango, died 25 Jun 2012.
George Franklin Tyner
http://www.meaningfulfunerals.net/fh/obituaries/obituary.cfm?o_id=1518625&fh_id=13348
George Franklin Tyner
.....If you asked George on any given day how he was doing and he would always reply; “Just trying to stay out of mischief!”
.....George was born to George and Elizabeth Tyner on a small ranch near Durango, CO on November 29, 1919. George passed away at the age of 92 on Monday, June 25, 2012 surrounded by his family.
.....He and his older brother Robert were known to get into a little mischief now and then. At an early age George and Robert suffered the loss of their mother Elizabeth. George went to Fort Lewis College in Colorado and then joined the Navy during WWII.
.....George was stationed in Washington DC, where he worked as a cartographer for the US Government. There he met and married Sylva Lundberg. In the early 1950’s he was transferred to Clearfield, UT where he helped set up the US Hydrographic Office.
.....He and Sylva settled in Salt Lake City and later moved to Bountiful with their four daughters. Neighbors said they could always hear laughter coming from the windows. Sylva passed away in 1976 after a long illness with George always by her side.
.....George was a deeply religious man, loving and kind-hearted, always willing to lend a hand or help others in any way he could. He would often be found doing various chores around his church or serving up a plate of hot food at the local soup kitchen. Just don’t get in his way on bowling night! (168 average) George’s quiet sense of humor and the twinkle in his eye always brought a smile to those who knew him.
.....In 1980 George married Mary Dern Sandquist also a longtime member of Mt. Tabor. “Mrs. Dern” (Mary) was the girls’ favorite Sunday School Teacher. Mary brought 2 daughters, Vicki and Teri into the family. Mary passed away in April of this year.
.....George was an active member of Mt Tabor Lutheran Church where he worshipped for over 60 years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, snowmobiling, river rafting, and playing cards with his girls.
.....George is survived by his daughters, Elin (Rag) Bjorge, Mary (Harry) Leschke, Kathy (Doug) Swanson and Barbara (Chas) Tharp, Vicki Dern, Teri (Van) Hensen, 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren with another on the way. He is also survived by his brother Robert Tyner.
.....Thank you Dad for giving us a childhood we all look back on and treasure. Love from your “Little Ladies” Elin, Mary, Kathy and Barb.
.....A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2012 at 11 a.m. at Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church, 175 South 700 East, SLC, with a luncheon to follow. Services entrusted to Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary.
.....In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Crossroads Urban Center, 347 South 400 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2904.

Mary Arline Tyner
7/17/16-4/6/12
Age 95
.....Mary Arline Tyner passed away on Good Friday, April 6, at the age of 95. She was a remarkable woman with an adventurous spirit and enthusiasm for life. She was blessed with amazingly good health and remained clear of mind and physically active. Her end came quickly and with relatively little suffering.
.....Born Mary A. Henry, the youngest of 7 children, she grew up on a farm in Iowa. For several years she taught in a one-room schoolhouse there, grades 1-8
.....Around 1940 she moved to Salt Lake to be near her sister Lola Eckles. When WW II broke out, she got a job in a munitions factory here-all women, since the young men had gone off to war. When she heard the Marine Corps had opened a Women's Reserve, she enlisted. After boot camp in Georgia, she was sent to a base in North Carolina where she trained pilots in instrument flying, and attained the rank of Master Sergeant. There she met and married a fellow Marine, Robert D. Dern and they had two daughters, Vicki and Teresa. Robert was killed in action in the Korean War, leaving Mary a widow with two young children.
.....Newly bereaved, she moved back to Salt Lake to be near her sister. She worked briefly in a laundry, and then a bookstore. Wanting to make a better life for herself and her girls, and having a great affinity for children, she got a business loan, not easy for a woman on her own in the 1950's, and bought a nursery school. After successfully running the business for several years, she sold the property to a developer.
.....Money from that sale enabled her to buy a small house on the avenues and, with her sister and brother-in-law, to purchase a bit of land on Beaver Creek in the mountains east of Kamas. Later they built a cabin there and for the next 40 years that was the place where her heart and passion lay.
.....She went to work then at the old Tracy Collins bank and worked there until retirement in the late seventies. Most weekends, once the snow had melted, she and her girls headed up to the cabin. She organized her life around that place as much as possible.
.....In 1962 she married Charles 'Chuck' Sandquist,. They had a good marriage, but Chuck got a brain tumor and died in 1973. Mary and Teresa nursed him through that long and difficult dying.
In 1980 she married George Tyner. Like Mary he was a long-time member of Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church, and a widower with four grown daughters. The two of them had a grand time together. Both retired, they travelled, camped, fished, went rock hounding, watched wildlife, rode their snowmobiles in winter, bowled every chance they got, and during the temperate months spent more time at the cabin they loved than they did at their condo.
.....Between them they had 6 daughters and soon there were grandchildren and then great-grandchildren. Mary loved kids, and the extended family they shared made her very happy.
.....Mary was blessed with extraordinarily good health, especially as she reached an age when so many are suffering debilitating and painful illnesses. George had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, but for many years the disease progressed slowly and even with that they were able for a long time to continue living independently, bowling, go for walks, enjoying the beauties of nature. Mary didn't really begin to decline until shortly after her 95th birthday last summer.
.....At the end she seemed to know her time had come. She told the nurses aide who was with her that she was ready to go, and to please be sure and tell all her girls that she loved them. The chaplain who was with her at the hospital said that when she finally let go, there was a great peace that came over her, and even the attending Emergency room doctor said she looked amazingly peaceful in death.
.....She lived a long rich life. She experienced it all with great enthusiasm and vitality. She was and is loved by many and she will be sorely missed but-what great memories she leaves behind for all of us who knew her.

1041. JAMES MCGANN S. TYNER (GEORGE HENRY, WILLIAM ELIJAH, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 15 1890 in Florida, La Plata, Colorado, USA and d. 08 Feb 1977 Fullerton, Orange, California. He married CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA SCHNEIDER, b. 08 Oct 1896 Illinois, d. 21 Feb 1979 Orange County, California. They are buried in Plot: Masonic Memorial Lawn, sec 1, lot 1605, grave 3 and grave 4 of Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Notes for JAMES M. S. TYNER:
WWI DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: James M Tyner
City: Fullerton
County: Orange
State: California
Birthplace: Durango, Colorado; United States of America
Birth Date: 15 Feb 1890
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1531271
DraftBoard: 2
oil worker, Standard Oil
single
medium height/build, blue eyes, brown hair

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Norwalk, Los Angeles, California; Roll: 167; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 1195; Image: 430.0
James M Tyner...40...CO, IN, Ireland...foreman, oil garage
Charlotte A Tyner...33...IL, Germany, Germany
James A Tyner...10...CA, CO, IL
Carl E Tyner...5...CA, CO, IL

CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX
Name: James M Tyner
Social Security #: 547038497
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 15 Feb 1890
Birthplace: Colorado
Death Date: 8 Feb 1977
Death Place: Orange

1042. HARRY FRANKLIN TYNER (GEORGE HENRY, WILLIAM ELIJAH, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 21, 1897 in Durango, La Plata, Colorado, USA, and died June 11, 1991 in Riverside County, California, USA. He married MAE ALICE BARTON. She was born 12 Feb 1901 and d. 18 Oct 1986, both in Colorado, USA. Burial for both: Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA. Plot: Masonic Garden Lawn, sec 2, lot 2221, grave 4.

Notes for HARRY FRANKLIN TYNER:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Harry Franklin Tyner
City: Durango
County: LA Plata
State: Colorado
Birthplace: Griffith, Colorado; United States of America
Birth Date: 21 Feb 1897
Roll: 1561834
gray eyes, light brown hair
nearest relative George H. Tyner, Sr. (father, born Indianapolis, Marion, IN)

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: La Habra, Orange, California; Roll: T625_123; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 512.
Harry F Tyner...22...CO, IN, Ireland...rents home...roustabout, oil fields
Mae Tyner...19...CO, IA, KS

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Montebello, Los Angeles, California; Roll: 168; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 1185; Image: 33.0
Harry F Tyner...33...CO, IN, Irish Free State...$5000...derrick man, oil fields
May A Tyner...29...CO, IA, KS
Harry F Tyner...8...CA, CO, CO
Albert B Tyner...6...CA, CO, CO
Frances M Tyner...3 5/12...CA, CO, CO...dau

CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX
Name: Harry Franklin Tyner
Social Security #: 558054956
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 21 Feb 1897
Birthplace: Colorado
Death Date: 11 Jun 1991
Death Place: Riverside
Mother's Maiden Name: Holly

1043. WILLIAM FLEMING TYNER (SILAS, BENJAMIN, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 06, 1879 in Washington Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died April 12, 1947 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. He married BESSIE MAE INGLE December 17, 1902. She was born Abt. 1882 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM FLEMING TYNER:
WWI Draft Registration Card
William Fleming Tyner age 39
res: 3710 Roosevelt, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
b: Dec 6, 1879
occup: Salesman, Wright Lee Company of Cleveland, OH
rel: Bessie Tyner of same res addr.
phys: med/med, gray eyes, light hair
DATED: Sept 12, 1918

1044. LORA ESTES TYNER (SILAS, BENJAMIN, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 09, 1885 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died July 03, 1964. He married CARRIE LYDIA HAVERSTICK April 30, 1911 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOHN HAVERSTICK and MATILDA MOFFITT. She was born October 15, 1888 in Nora, Washington Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died July 1975 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. Lora shares tombstone with Carrie in Section F, Row F of Union Chapel Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana. Sources include: Sharon Butsch Freeland 's World Tree at ancestry.com

Notes for LORA ESTES TYNER:
WWI Draft Registration Card
Lora Estus Tyner age 33
b: Feb. 9, 1885
res: 7 Millersville, Hamilton Co., IN
occup: farmer for self; 7 Millersville, Hamilton Co., IN
rel: Carrie L. Tyner of same address
phys: short, slender, blue eyes, light hair.
DATED: Sept. 12, 1918

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Washington, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T625_450; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 473.
Lora Tyner...34...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Carrie Tyner...31...IN, IN, IN
Harlan H Tyner...4 7/12...IN, IN, IN
Wilbur E Tyner...1 2/12...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Washington, Marion, Indiana; Roll: 617; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 274; Image: 59.0; FHL microfilm: 2340352.
Lora Tyner...45...IN, IN, IN...farmer...married at 26...$8000
Carrie Tyner...41...IN, IN, IN...married at 22
Harlan Tyner...14...IN, IN, IN
Wilbur Tyner...11...IN, IN, IN
Vera Jean Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN
John Paul Tyner...4/12...IN, IN, IN

Children include Harlan Howard (10 May 1915--30 Nov 1986); Wilbur E. Tyner, born 04 Oct 1918 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana and died 02 Feb 2005; and John Paul Tyner, born 03 Dec 1929 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana and died there 3 July 2012.

1045. DESSIE AGNES TYNER (SILAS, BENJAMIN, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 15, 1888 in Washington Township, Marion, Indiana, USA, and died February 25, 1966. She married JAMES MORTEN BOWEN September 07, 1911 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. He was born August 14, 1885 in Indiana, USA.

1046. ROLLAND ELLSWORTH TYNER (SILAS, BENJAMIN, HARRIS, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 26, 1890, and died Abt. 1959 in Warren Township, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married (1) BLANCHE MOFFITT October 05, 1910 in Hamilton County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1890 in Delaware Township, Hamilton, Indiana, USA, and died December 04, 1918. He married (2) MARY ALICE LENGLADE December 06, 1920 in Delaware County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1893 in Kentucky.

Notes for ROLLAND ELLSWORTH TYNER:
WWI Draft Registration Card
Rollie E. Tyner age 26
res: M1, Indianapolis, IN
b: July 26, 1890, Indianapolis, IN
occup: farming for self, Indianapolis IN, RR M1
dep: wife and two children
phys: short/med, light blue eyes, light brown hair/not bald
DATE: June 5, 1917

1047. CLAYTON HENRY LOGAN (JASPER, MALINDA MARTIN, MARY ANNE TYNER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 21, 1880 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, and died February 21, 1941 in Lomax, Henderson County, Illinois. He married MABLE WYATT October 30, 1901 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA. She was born December 14, 1881 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois.

1048. WILLIAM HENRY TYNER (JOSEPH MARSHALL, WILLIAM HARRIS, ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 09, 1881 in Van Buren Township, Shelby, Indiana, USA, and died February 14, 1936. He married HAZEL K. MILLER February 23, 1907 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1885 in Indiana, USA, and died April 21, 1975 in Morristown, Shelby, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY TYNER:
Shelby County Indiana Marriage Records 1956-1920 show:
Tyner William H Miller Hazel K (his dob) 9 Aug 1881 (Marriage) 23 Feb 1907 Book 18 512.

Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 about William H Tyner
Name: William H Tyner
Spouse Name: Hazel K Miller
Marriage Date: 23 Feb 1907
Marriage County: Shelby
Birth Date: 9 Aug
Age: 26
Source Title 1: Shelby County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index To Marriage Record 1856 - 1920 Inclusive Vol
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's
OBook: 18
OS Page: 512

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Van Buren, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: T624_379; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 151; Image: 1079.
William Tyner...28...IN, IN, IN...married 3 years...farmer, home farm
Hazel Tyner...24...IN, IN, IN...1 child, 1 living
Joseph Tyner...2...IN, IN, IN

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: William Henry Tyner
City: Morristown
County: Shelby
State: Indiana
Birth Date: 9 Aug 1881
Race: White
Roll: 1653188
DraftBoard: 0
medium height/build, brown eyes and hair
self-employed farmer
wife: Hazel

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Van Buren, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: T625_465; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 127; Image: 1091
William Tyner...38...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Hazel Tyner...34...IN, IN, IN
Joseph Tyner...12...IN, IN, IN
Iley Tyner...37...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general

\ Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Van Buren, Shelby, Indiana; Roll: 628; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 1031.0.
William H Tyner...48...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general...married at 25
Hazel Tyner...44...IN, IN, IN...wife, married at 22
Joseph M Tyner...22...IN, IN, IN...son...laborer
Ester J Tyner...8...IN, IN, IN...dau
Iley Tyner...47...IN, IN, IN...brother...single...farmer, general

FIND-A-GRAVE
William H Tyner
Birth: Aug. 9, 1881
Death: Feb. 14, 1936

1049. CHARLES OTIS TYNER (ELIJAH P., GEORGE WASHINGTON, ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 27, 1885 in Henry County, Iowa, USA and d. 3 March 1957. He married SYLVIA NANCY FRIEND. She was born 1899 in Iowa, USA and died 1974. They share a tombstone in Plot: Row 11 of Salem East Cemetery, Salem, Henry, Iowa.

Notes for CHARLES OTIS TYNER:
DIRECTORY of Henry County, Iowa 1911-12
Compiled by Geo. T. Mason.
THE NEWS, Printers and Binders
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
Tyner, Charles O. Section 33, 160 a., Salem, Rt. 1

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION (Sept. 12, 1918)
Name: Charles Ottis Tyner
City: Not Stated
County: Henry
State: Iowa
Birth Date: 27 Jan 1885
Race: White
Roll: 1643114
DraftBoard: 0
medium height/build, grey eyes, brown hair
mechanic, self-employed
nearest relative: Sylvia Tyner

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Salem, Henry, Iowa; Roll: T625_493; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 40; Image: 820.
Charles Tyner...34...IA, IA, IA...rents...reads/writes...automobile repairman
Fylbia Tyner...30...IA, KS, IA
Clarence Tyner...11...IA, IA, IA
Dale Tyner...8...IA, IA, IA
Dalton Tyner...1 6/12...IA, IA, IA

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Salem, Henry, Iowa; Roll: 658; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 1056.0; FHL microfilm: 2340393
Charles O Tyner...45...5...IA, IA, IA...machinist, own garage
Sylvia Tyner...40...5...IA, IA, IA
Clarence E Tyner...21...5...IA, IA, IA...sawyer, timber sawing gang
Dale Tyner...19...5...IA, IA, IA
Dalton Tyner...11...5...IA, IA, IA
George Tyner...5...IA, IA, IA

Children of CHARLES TYNER and SYLVIA FRIEND:
...i.....CLARENCE TYNER, b. abt 1909 Henry County, Iowa.
...ii.....CHARLES DALE TYNER, b. 26 Feb 1911 Henry County, Iowa; d. 31 Jul 1990; married JOSEPHINE A. ? They share a tombstone in Saint Alphonsus Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Henry, Iowa.
...iii.....GEORGE DALTON TYNER, b. 24 Jun 1918 Salem, Henry, Iowa; d. 11 Jul 2007 Salina, Saline, KS. Married 3 times. Retired Master Sergeant with World War 11 and Korea. Vernedine L. Fields and George were married 11 Jul 1957 in Saline, Saline, KS, and share a tombstone in South Block of Prairiedale Cemetery, Talmage, Dickinson, Kansas.
...iv.....GEORGE WILLIAM TYNER, b. 23 Jul 1924 Salem, Henry, Iowa, USA; died 1 March 2009. He married JUANITA FAYE WOODARD, b. 17 Apr 1926 Missouri, died in Temple, Bell, Texas, USA, on 09 Aug 1997.

1050. ROBERT F. TYNER (ELIJAH P., GEORGE WASHINGTON, ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 14, 1888 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, USA, and died October 20, 1975 in Burlington, Henry, Iowa, USA. He married FLORENCE ORA DENNEY October 27, 1926 in Burlington, Henry, Iowa, USA.

Notes for ROBERT F. TYNER:
The Burlington Hawkeye, Monday, October 20, 1975, page 9
.....Robert Tyner, 86, of 2023 Summer, died at 5:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. . 20, at his home.
.....He was born May 14, 1889, at Salem, the son of Elijah P. and Emma Geese Tyner, Oct. 27, 1926, in Burlington, he married Florence Denney.
.....Mr. Tyner was an employee of Klein Manufacturing until his retirement. He was a member of Grace United Methodist church.
.....Surviving: The wife; two sons, Wayne, Burlington, and Lee, Sperry; one grandson; several nieces and nephews.
.....Funeral: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Lunning Chapel, Rev. Laurence Garrett, Jaggar Cemetery.

Children of ROBERT TYNER and FLORENCE DENNY include:
.....i.....WAYNE TYNER, b. 8 April 1928 Mount Pleasant, Des Moines, Iowa, d. 21 Mar 2011 West Burlington, Des Moines, Iowa.

THE HAWK EYE, 3/22/2011
Wayne Tyner
.....Wayne Tyner, 82, of Burlington died at 12:20 a.m. Monday, March 21, 2011, at Great River Hospice House in West Burlington.
.....Born April 8, 1928, in Mount Pleasant, he was the son of Robert and Florence Ora Denny Tyner. On Oct. 3, 1992, he married Donna Jeanne Corman in Burlington.
.....Mr. Tyner was an engineer for Stanley Engineering Co. for 34 years. He was a graduate of Burlington High School and a 1956 graduate of Iowa State University. He was an Army veteran who served during the Korean War from 1951 until 1952.
.....He enjoyed trapshooting and wood working.
.....Survivors include his wife; one son, Larry Matteson of Burlington; one daughter, Diane Meister of Columbia City, Ind.; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one brother, Lee Tyner of Sperry; and nieces and nephews.
.....He was preceded in death by his parents.
.....Visitation will be from 8 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Hass-Thielen Funeral Home, where the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 a.m.
.....The funeral for Mr. Tyner will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Hass-Thielen Funeral Home, with the Rev. Dean Graber officiating. A time of food and fellowship will follow in the Hass-Thielen community room.
.....His body will be cremated after the service.
.....Memorials have been established for Southeastern Renal Dialysis and Great River Hospice House.
1051. MARY C. TYNER (ELIJAH P., GEORGE WASHINGTON, ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 06, 1897 in Henry County, Iowa, USA. She married HERBERT I. PESCH. He was born Abt. 1897 in Iowa, USA.

1052. INEZ RODGERS (SARAH C. TYNER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 12, 1882 in Henry County, Iowa, USA, and died September 05, 1969 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. She married HARRY C. WILMETH February 08, 1902 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, USA. He was born March 09, 1879 in Henry County, Iowa, USA, and died December 24, 1953 in Los Angeles County, California, USA.

Notes for INEZ RODGERS:
Salem, Henry County, IA. Marriage Book 3 p 179.

They had two girls and two boys.

1905 Iowa State Census
H. C. Wilmeth
Inez Wilmeth
Miriam Wilmeth

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Salem, Henry, Iowa; Roll: T624_405; Page: 19B; Enumeration District: 38; Image: 893.
Harry C Wilmuth...31...IA, IA, IN...carpenter, house builder...married 8 years
Inez Wilmuth...28...IA, IA, IA...3 children, 3 living
Dorothy M Wilmuth...7...IA, IA, IA
Frank M Wilmuth...4...IA, IA, IA
Clara M Wilmuth...1 4/12...IA, IA, IA

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; Roll: 143; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 278; Image: 673.0.
Wilmeth...50...IA, IA, IN...building houses
Inez Wilmeth...48...IA, IA, IA
Frank M Wilmeth...24...IA, IA, IA
Marjorie C Wilmeth...21...IA, IA, IA
Arthur R Wilmeth...18...IA, IA, IA

CALIFORNIA DEATH INDEX:
Name: Harry C Wilmeth
Social Security #: 562032942
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 9 Mar 1879
Birthplace: Iowa
Death Date: 24 Dec 1953
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Macy
FATHER'S SURNAME: Wilmeth

Name: Inez Wilmeth
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 12 Apr 1882
Birthplace: Iowa
Death Date: 5 Sep 1969
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Tyner

1053. ELLIOT O. ROGERS (SARAH C. TYNER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, ELIJAH, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 1896 in Henry County, Iowa, USA. He married EDITH M. ?. She was born Abt. 1897 in Missouri, USA.

Notes for ELLIOT O. ROGERS:
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; Roll: 147; Page: 19B; Enumeration District: 395; Image: 797.0.
Elliott O Rogers...34...IA, IA, IA...bookkeeper, city treasury
Edith M Rogers...33...MO, unknown, MO
June L Rogers...1 ??/12...CA, IA, MO

1054. JEANNE ELIZABETH TYNER (EZEKIEL DELMONT, JACOB, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 14, 1893 in Treaty, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died September 23, 1977 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA. She married JAMES JOSEPH DOWNEY July 25, 1914 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA. He was born September 05, 1889 in Lincoln, Lincoln, Kansas, USA, and died July 12, 1949 in Jackson County, Missouri, USA.

1055. BEECHER MONROE TYNER (JONAS ADDISON, WILLIAM STEVEN, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 10, 1874 in Tama County, Iowa, USA, and died November 18, 1952 in Galena, Stone, Missouri, USA. He married MARY LUOMA GARDNER September 08, 1896 in Lydon, Osage, Kansas, USA, daughter of ALFRED GARDNER and MARGARET ROUSE. She was born May 09, 1876 in Tama County, Iowa, USA, and died January 24, 1971 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, USA. Beecher shot himself. Burial: Penwell-Gabel Cemetery and Mausoleum, Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas. In the same cemetery is a Mary Zadnek Tyner whose tombstone says 1876--1961; it's next to a William Zadnek.

Notes for BEECHER MONROE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Perry Ward 4, Noble, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1264; Page: 32A; Enumeration District: 0153; Image: 794; FHL microfilm: 1375277
Beecher Tyner...36...IA, TN, KY...wagon driver
Lula Tyner...34...IA, KY, MO
Vilda Tyner...11...KS, IA, IA...dau
Adrean Tyner...9...KS, IA, IA...son
Morris Tyner...5...KS, IA, IA...son
Lorenzo Tyner...3...KS, IA, IA...son

WORLD WAR I DRAFT
Name: Beecher Monroe Tyner
City: 917 N. Monroe, Topeka
County: Shawnee
State: Kansas
Birth Date: 10 Jan 1874
Race: White
Roll: 1643922
DraftBoard: 2
creamer, Beatrice Creaming Co.
wife Mary Leona Tyner
medium height/build, blue eyes, dark brown hair

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas; Roll: 723; Page: 37B; Enumeration District: 44; Image: 462.0; FHL microfilm: 2340458
Beecher M. Tyner...55...IA, IN, KY...truck driver, coal
Lula M. Tyner...52...IA, KY, MO
Morris A. Tyner...25...CA, IA, IA
Beulah P. Tyner...18...Neb, US, KS...daughter-in-law
Lorenzo O. Tyner...22...KS, IA, IA

1056. CECIL LELAND TYNER (JONAS ADDISON, WILLIAM STEVEN, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 29, 1878 in Pomroy, Calhoun, Iowa, USA, and died January 11, 1972 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, USA. He married (1) MINNIE AMELIA HANKANSSON July 25, 1905. She was born January 25, 1881 in Minnesota, USA, and died May 01, 1920 in Aberdeen, Brown, South Dakota, USA. He married (2) PAULINE ? Abt. 1910.

Notes for CECIL LELAND TYNER:
Residence Code: Portland, Washington Co., Oregon, 97206
Social Security Number: 707-14-3294, issued in Railroad Board

1057. NORA MAY TYNER (WILLIS HANSFORD, WILLIAM STEVEN, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 1876 in Indiana, USA, and died Bef. 1910. She married CALVIN HARVEY LENWARD LEONARD. He was born November 1871 in Kansas, USA.

Notes for NORA MAY TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Agency, Osage, Kansas; Roll: 494; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 110; FHL microfilm: 1240494.
Calvin Leonard...28...Nov 1871...KS, IN, IL...married 2 years...attorney
Nora M. Leonard...23...Jun 1876...IN, IN, IL...married 2 years...1 child, 0 living

1 March 1905 Quenemo, Osage, Kansas
C. H. Leonard...33...KS
N. M. Leonard...28...KS
Ruth Leonard...4...KS
Cora Leonard...1...KS

1910 Agency, Osage, Kansas
Calvin H Leonard...38...KS, IL, IN...widowed...lawyer, office
Ruth Leonard...8...KS, KS, IN
Cora M Leonard...6...KS, KS, IN

1915 Quenemo, Osage, KS
C. H. Leonard...42...KS
Addie Leonard...30...KS
Ruth Leonard...13...KS
Cora Leonard...11...KS
W. H. Barnes...57...KS...black

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Quenemo, Osage, Kansas; Roll: 714; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 551.0
C H Leonard...58...KS, IL, IN...$2000...manager, filling station
Addie L Leonard...45...KS, IN, Scotland

1058. GEORGE ALONZO TYNER (EDGAR ALONZO, WILLIAM STEVEN, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 10, 1881 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, USA, and died August 12, 1932 in Home Place, Severy, Elk, Kansas, USA. He married PEARL GERTRUDE HAYNES June 03, 1901 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, USA, daughter of JOHN HAYNES and REBECCA MILLER. She was born January 04, 1882 in Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas, USA, and died April 20, 1957 in Siloam, Benton, Arkansas, USA.

Notes for GEORGE ALONZO TYNER:
Marriage: June 03, 1901, Burlinton, Coffey Co., Kansas
Marriage license: He was 21 and she was 19

Liberty Twp., Elk Co., Kansas Roll T625-529 pg 4B ED 126. January 22, 1920
George Tyner ...39... Kansas, Indiana, Kansas
Pearl Tyner ...38... Kansas, Missouri, Indiana
Blanch Tyner ...16 ...Kansas, Kansas, Kansas
Fay Tyner ...15...KS, KS, KS
Veta Tyner ...13 ...KS, KS, KS
Grace Tyner ...11 ...KS, KS KS
HarleyTyner ... 6 ...KS, KS, KS
Irven Tyner ...6/12... KS, KS, KS
Laren Tyner ...KS, KS, KS
Matilda Tyner ...Mother... 62 ...KS, Pennsylvania, Indiana (very hard to read}

Born near Ottawa, Kansas May 10 1880, departed this life at his home near Fall River, KS Aug 12 1932. at the age of 52 y 3 m 2 d
Married Pearl Haynes of Waverly, KS June 3 1901
Resident of this community for over 30 Yrs and had many friends here.
Fall of 1901 he moved to Elk county from Coffey County and has spent the intervening years on various farms near here. He was a man of high character and was held in high esteem by those who knew him. His friends were numbered by his acquaintances.

Fall River Star Newspaper (Aug. 24, 1932)
…..George Alonzo Tyner the only son of Edgar and Matilda (Hanes) Tyner was born near Ottawa, Kansas. May 10, 1881 and departed this life at his home near Fall River, Kansas, August 12, 1932.
…..Funeral services were held at the Union Valley school house at o'clock Sunday afternoon, August 14, conducted by the Rev. C. A. Bud pastor of the Fall River M.E. church. Interment was in the Weakley cemetery, east of New Albany.

From: YOLANDA TYNER-WARD
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 18:40:03 -0800
I am desperately attempting to tie cherokee to my lineage. I am a descendant of Sara Tyner>Harris Tyner>William Tyner>John Tyner>William >S Tyner>Edgar Alonzo Tyner>George Alonzo Tyner>Harley NOel Tyner>Harold >Wayne Tyner>ME. Can you help?

J. S. Maben Mortuary, Severy, Kansas
Ledger #6 • 05 April 1931 - 04 April 1943
31 George Alonzo TYNER, 52y 3m 2d
D 12 Aug 1932, Liberty Twp, Elk Co, KS
V Union Valley School
O Farmer
S Married, Wife, Pearl TYNER, Fall River, KS
B Ottowa, KS
F Edgar Alonzo TYNER, IN
M Matilda Lucinda HANES, Baldwin, KS
C New Albany

Pearl:
Cause of Death: Dropsy, Heart Failure
Nationality: Scotch, English, Irish

Children of GEORGE TYNER and PEARL HAYNES:
.....i.....BLANCHE IRENE TYNER, b. 26 Mar 1903 Fall River, Elk, Kansas; d. 17 Jan 1981 Dexter, Cowley, Kansas, USA; married CLIFFORD ERNEST MORRIS 17 Sep 1924 Fredonia, Wilson, Kansas, USA.
.....ii.....LELA FAY TYNER, b. 04 Jan 1905 New Albany, Wilson, Kansas, USA; d. 23 Jan 1987 Fredonia, Wilson, Kansas; married JOHN EDWARD LEROY BOOK 05 Nov 1924 Howard, Elk, Kansas, USA.
.....iii.....VETA FERN TYNER, b. 26 Nov 1906 Fall River, Elk, Kansas; d. 13 Jun 1995 St Johns Hospital, Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA; married IRA B. CALKINS Jun 1926 Greeley, Anderson, Kansas, USA. .....iv.....GRACE LUELLA TYNER, b. 25 Oct 1908 Fall River, Elk, Kansas; died 13 Sep 1977 Casper, Natroma, Wyoming; married JAMES ELMER ELLIS 11 Mar 1926 Fredonia, Wilson, Kansas, USA.
.....v.....HARLEY NOEL TYNER, b. 05 Sep 1910 Fall River, Elk, Kansas; d. 17 Nov 1988 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; married RUTH AGNESS ATTERBERY 17 Mar 1930 Howard, Elk, Kansas. They share a tombstone in Section D 5 of Toronto Cemetery, Toronto, Woodson, Kansas, USA.
.....vi.....LAUREN "JOHN" BEVERLY TYNER, b. 25 May 1918 Fall River, Elk, Kansas; d. 20 Dec 1988 Lake Point, Tooele, Utah; married ALORA HUTCHISON 22 Feb 1940 Lake Point, Tooele, UT.
.....vii.....IRVEN ARLO TYNER, b. 08 Jun 1915 Fall River, Elk, Kansas; d. 04 Nov 1972 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA; married NOLA MAY WILCOX 07 Feb 1938 in California, USA.
.....viii.....

1059. JESSE TYNER (ELIJAH, RICHARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 23, 1887 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died September 1981 in Andrews, Huntington, Indiana, USA. He married CLARA A. VICKERY (who was born 1889 in Indiana, USA, died 1948). They share a tombstone in Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, Indiana. Five children.

Notes for JESSE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Warren, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: T624_356; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 109; Image: 1027
Jesse Tyner...22...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Clara A Tyner...21...IN, IN, IN...one child, one living
Mary E Tyner...10/12...IN, IN, IN

WWI Draft Registration Card
Jesse Tyner age 30
res: Roanoke Rt.#3, IN
b: May 23, 1887, N. Manchester, IN
occup: farmer for Dr.? Hicks in Jackson twp.
dep: wife and two children
phys: short/slender, brown eyes, dark hair
DATED: June 5, 1917

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Jackson, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: T625_437; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 379.
Jesse Tyner...32...IN, IN, IN...rents...can read/write
Clara A Tyner...30...IN, IN, IN...
Mary E Tyner...10...IN, IN, IN...
Ralph V Tyner...8...IN, IN, IN...
Charles H Brown...26...hired man...IN, IN, IN...

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Polk, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: 593; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 1051.0; FHL microfilm: 2340328. April 9, 1930.
Jesse Tiner...42...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Clara A. Tiner...41...IN, IN, IN
Ralph V. Tiner...18...IN, IN, IN...son
Edna I. Tiner...7...IN, IN, IN...dau
Esther L. Tiner...5...IN, IN, IN...dau
Lola C. Tiner...3 1/12...IN, IN, IN...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Polk, Huntington, Indiana; Roll: T627_1055; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 35-23. Address: Sotterttiwatte Baker Road
Jesse Tyner...52...IN...farmer, agriculture
Clara A. Tyner...51...IN
Edna C. Tyner...17...IN..dau
Esther I. Tyner...15...IN...dau
asd Lola K. Tyner...13...IN...dau

WORLD WAR II DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Jesse (no initial) Tyner
Birth Date: 23 May 1887
RESIDENCE: Andrews, Polk Twp. , Huntington CO, Indiana
Birth: Wabash CO, Indiana
Race: White
farmer for self
person who will know his address: Clara Tyner
Roll: WWII_2371780

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Jesse Tyner
SSN: 311-38-8293
Last Residence: 46702 Andrews, Huntington, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 23 May 1887
Died: Sep 1981
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (1955

Children of JESSE TYNER and CLARA VICKERY include:
.....i.....
.....ii.....RALPH V. TYNER, born 20 May 1911 Huntington County, Indiana, died 09 Apr 1977. He married R. OLIVE SWAIN, b. 15 Aug 1910, d. 08 Jan 1994. They share a tombstone in Gardens of Memory, Huntington, Huntington, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....JOHN W. TYNER, b. 1918, d. 1919, both in Huntington County, Indiana.
1060. RUSSEL TYNER (ELIJAH, RICHARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 08, 1894 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died November 21, 1996 in North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married LEATHA MATILDA ALTMAN October 28, 1915 in Columbia City, Whitley, Indiana, USA. She was born in Warren County, Indiana, on 26 Feb 1895 and died 03 Jul 1985 Wabash County, Indiana. They share a tombstone in Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, Indiana.
Notes for RUSSELL TYNER: See Whitley Co. Marriage Book 8:367

WWI Draft Registration Card
Russel Tyner age 22
res: Route 8, Huntington, IN
b: Aug 8, 1894, South Whitley, IN
occup: farmer for self, on Hicks Farm
dep: married, and with dependent relatives
phys: med/med, light blue eyes, light brown hair/not bald.
DATED: June 5, 1917

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Hartford City, Blackford, Indiana; Roll: 578; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 158.0.
Russell Tyner...35...IN, IN, IN...married at 21...operator of something, overhead door factory
Leatha Tyner...35...IN, IN, IN...married at 20
Marjorie Tyner...8...IN, IN, IN...dau

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Russell Tyner
SSN: 303-05-0026
Last Residence: 46962 North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 8 Aug 1894
Died: 21 Nov 1996
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (Before 1951)

Scanned obituary posted at http://www.findagrave.com page for Russel Tyner:
RUSSEL TYNER
North Manchester...Russel Tyner, 102, Peabody Retirement Center, North Manchester, died at 2:19 PM Thursday, November 21, 1996, at Peabody's.
.....He was born on Aug. 8, 1894 in Whitley County to Elijah and Catherine (Kauffmann) Tyner. He married Leatha M. Altman on October 28, 1915, in Columbia City. She died on July 3, 1985.
.....Formerly of Andrews and Huntington, Mr. Tyner was retired from Ortan Crane, Huntington. He also worked as a designer for Warner Brooder Factory, North Manchester. He attended Andrews United Methodist Church.
.....Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Marjorie) Schenkel, Andrews; a granddaughter, Mrs. Don (Sue) Meyer, North Manchester; a grandson, Thomas T. Schenkel, Huntington; six great-grandchildren; and eight great-great grandchildren.
....One daughter, three brothers and three sisters are deceased.
.....Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Deal--Robbins & Van Gilder Huntington Chapel, Huntington. The Rev. Tom Curry will officiate. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Servia.
.....Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.
.....Preferred memorials are to the Peabody Retirement Center.

1061. ARTHUR TYNER (JOHN W., RICHARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 1880 in Chester Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA, died 1967. He married CLARA C. RICKERT March 04, 1909 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born January 24, 1888 in Indiana, USA. They share a tombstone at Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, Indiana.

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Arthur Tyner
North Manchester,
County: Wabash
State: Indiana
Birth Date: 7 Oct 1880
Race: White
short, stout, blue eyes, brown hair
farming for self and Jacob Klutz
relative: Clara Tyner, No. Manchester, Wabash
FHL Roll Number: 1653170

.....i.....HAROLD R. TYNER, born 11 Feb 1910 and died 9 Nov 1967. He married RUTH K. JUDD, born 1909, d. 18 Mar 1996 Pensacola, Escambria, Florida. They share a tombstone in Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, IN.
.....ii.....DORIS MARIE TYNER, born 07 Jan 1913 Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, died 26 Jun 2004 Marion, Grant, Indiana.

Plain Dealer, Wabash (IN)
.....Doris Marie (Tyner) Ellis, 91, of 1500 Kem Road Marion died Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 8:54 pm at Northgate Healthcare Center in Marion. She was born on January 7, 1913 in Wabash County to Arthur R. Tyner and Clara (Rickert) Tyner.
.....She graduated from Chester High School. She was a member of the Wabash Presbyterian Church.
.....She is survived by a son, Merle G. (Barbara) Ellis of LaFontaine; a step daughter, Fern J. Pratt of Wabash; granddaughter, Debra (Gary) Harlan of Wabash; great-granddaughter, Jennifer (Brent) Johnson of Noblesville; great-grandson, Matthew A. (Nickie) Culver of Wabash; three great-great-granddaughters, Sydney and Shelby Johnson of Noblesville, and Brianna Culver of Wabash; great-great-grandson, Samuel Johnson of Noblesville; four step-grandchildren, five step-great-grandchildren, and two step-great-great- grandchildren; and a sister-in-law, Vena Tyner of Converse. She was preceded in death by one stepson and two brothers.
.....The body was cremated and there will be no services.
.....iii.....ARNOLD R. TYNER, born 24 Nov 1914, died 15 Jun 2003. Buried in Converse Cemetery, Mier, Grant County, Indiana, section N. Possibly obits in Grant County's MARION LEADER-TRIBUNE and WEEKLY CHRONICLE, August 11, 1944, but findagrave.com has 2003 death date.

1062. HOWARD TYNER (JOHN W., RICHARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born 23 Sep 1895 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, was a wagoner in the US Army in World War I, and died 06 Dec 1986 in Bluffton, Wells, Indiana. He married FLOSSIE ESTELLE GUNTER 19 May 1917. She was born 18 Aug 1898 Kosciusko County, Indiana, USA and died 10 March 1994 in Bluffton, Wells, Indiana, USA. They share a headstone in Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, Indiana. Five children.

Notes for HOWARD TYNER:
1920 - Cleveland, Whitley, Indiana
Howard Tyner...23...IN, IN, IN...rent...can read/write...manager, something farm
Flossie Tyner...21...IN, IN, IN

1063. MAUDE VIRLELLE TYNER (ROBERT WELLMAN, RICHARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 09, 1880, and died October 13, 1913, buried Fairview Cemetery, Servia, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married WILLIAM ELMER 'PETE' HEETER May 19, 1900 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of ISAAC HEETER and ESTHER SHOCK. He was born March 12, 1875 in Servia, Chester Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died May 03, 1958. Children included GEORGE RUSSELL HEETER (20 Aug 1904--17 Jun 1938) and DAISY MAXINE HEETER (24 Jan 1912--21 Nov 1936, both in North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana).

1064. FLOYD OREN TYNER (RICHARD HENRY, RICHARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 23, 1892 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died November 1972 in Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married LILLIAN ELIZABETH KING on 09 Nov 1912. She was born 04 Feb 1896 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA and died 25 Feb 1984 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA. They are buried in Matlock Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for FLOYD OREN TYNER:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Floyd Oren Tyner
City: Not Stated
County: Bleefield (?)
State: Michigan
Birthplace: Wabash, Indiana; United States of America
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1892
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1675809
DraftBoard: 2
farm laborer
wife and two children
medium height/build, blue eyes, brown hair

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Wabash, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: 636; Page: 23B; Enumeration District: 12; Image: 902.0.
Floyd O Tyner...38...IN, IN, IN...married at 20...fireman, steam railroad
Lillian E Tyner...34...IL, PA, OH...married at 16
Russel F Tyner...15...IN, IN, IL
Edith H Tyner...13...IN, IN, IL
Lillian M Tyner...11...IN, IN, IL
Eilene J Tyner...6...IN, IN, IL
Mary Tyner...4 3/12...IN, IN, IL

WWII DRAFT
Name: Floyd Oren Tyner
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1892
Residence: 476 W. Canal St., Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana
Birth: Wabash, Indiana
Race: White
Roll: WWII_2371780
wife: Lillian
employer: New York Central Railroad

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Floyd Tyner
Birth: 23 Feb 1892
Death: Nov 1972 - Lagro, Wabash, Indiana, United States of America
Civil: Indiana

November 13, 1972
FLOYD O. TYNER
.....Floyd O. Tyner, Lagro, died at his home on Saturday at 10:45 p.m. after an extended illness.
.....Services will be Tuesday at 2 -pm at the Eddington-Gerber Chapel with Elder Ray Collins officiating. Burial will be in Matlock Cemetery.
.....Tyner was born in February 1892, to Henry Richard Tyner and Martha Misner in Wabash County, and has been a life-long resident. He married Lillian E. King, Nov. 9, 1912. She survives.
.....He was a retired employee of the Penn Central Railroad and a member of Eagles Lodge.
.....Survivors include one son, Russell F. Tyner, 106 E. Harrison Ave., four daughters, Edith Bever, R.R. 1, Lagro, Lillian Porter, Greenwood, Indiana, Eileen J. Cooksey, Roann, and Peggy Bever, R. R. 1, Lagro, 24 grandchildren, and 29 great-grandchildren.
.....The pallbearers were Edwin Bever, Bill Cooksey, Steve Porter, Eugene Porter, David Tyner, and Voelker Sevffarth.

LILLIAN E. TYNER
.....Lillian Elizabeth Tyner, 88, 1229 Meadowbrook Lane, died in Wabash County Hospital at 9:12 p.m. Saturday after an extended illness.
.....Mrs. Tyner was born in Chicago Feb. 4, 1896 to Edward F. and Lillian (Downey) King. She was married Nov. 9, 1912 to Floyd O. Tyner in Wabash. He died Nov. 11, 1972.
.....Mrs. Tyner lived in Wabash for 75 years. She was a member and past president of the Eagles Ladies Auxiliary.
.....Surviving are one son, Russell F. Tyner, Fort Wayne; three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Edith) Bever, 1229 Meadowbrook Lane, Mrs. Eilene J. Harshman, Akron, and Mrs. John (Peggy) Bever, Lagro; 24 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
.....Two brothers are deceased.
.....Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Eddingfield Mortuary. Evangelist Howard Waters will officiate. Burial will be in Matlock Cemetery.
.....Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Tuesday.--Date of death: Feb. 25, 1984. Date of publication: Feb. 27, 1984

1065. ROSE ETTA TYNER (BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 13, 1868, and died March 13, 1907 in Goltry, Alfalfa, Oklahoma, USA. She married HARRY GRANT JANES December 25, 1885 in Kansas, USA, son of JOSEPH JANES and MARY GRAVES. He died Abt. 1945 in Anthony, Marion, Florida, USA. Notes for ROSE ETTA TYNER: Died of appendicitis.

1066. EMMA FLORENCE TYNER (BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born February 18, 1870 in Indiana, USA. She married HIRAM M. BONE. He was born February 28, 1866 in Bond County, Illinois, USA, and died October 01, 1955 in Washington, Franklin, Missouri, USA.

Notes for EMMA FLORENCE TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Sumner, Woods, Oklahoma; Roll: T623 1343; Page: 4A; .
Hiram E Bone...34...Feb 1866...IL, TN, IL...farmer
Emma F Bone...30...Feb 1870...IN, IN, IN
Ruth Bone...6...July 1893...Kansas, IL, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Meno, Major, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1262; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 176; Image: 280
Harue Bone...44...IL, TN, IL...married 19 years...farmer
Emma Bone...40 ...IN, IN, IN...2 children, 2 living
Ruth Bone...16...KS, IL, IN
Mirtle Bone...9...OK, IL, IN
Elix Gauike...30...KS, Russia, Russia...hiredman, farm labor

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Meno, Major, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1472; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 161; Image: 222.
H E Bone...53...IL, IL, IL...none
Emma Bone...49...IN, IN, IN
Myrtle Bone...19...OK, IL, IN

1067. LUCY ANNA TYNER (BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 24, 1871 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1940 in Palisade, Mesa, Colorado, USA. She married ROLLIN EDWARD SMITH October 11, 1888 in Kansas, USA, son of ALLEN SMITH and EFFA ADKINSON. He was born December 08, 1870 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1960 in Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado, USA.

1068. JOHN NEWTON TYNER (BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N. , JOHN N. , WILLIAM JASPER , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born March 30, 1875 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died November 11, 1934 in West Palm Beach, Ft. Palm Beach, Florida, USA. He's buried in Bloc 8, lot 197 of Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida. He married DOTTIE MAE MADDOX November 06, 1898 in Carrier, Garfield, Indian Territory, daughter of JOSEPH MADDOX and ELIZABETH LAKE. She was born August 05, 1881 in Kingman, Kingman, Kansas, USA, and died January 07, 1973 in Fort Myers, Lee, Florida, USA.

Notes for JOHN NEWTON TYNER: See http://www.elroots.com/maddox/d810.htm#P810

Posted at findagrave.com along with photo:
The Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, November 11, 1934, Page 3
.....John Newton Tyner, 59, of Canal Point died Saturday afternoon at a local hospital following a heart attack.
.....He came to Palm Beach County 26 years ago from Goltry, Okla., and engaged in cattle raising, retiring some time ago. He was a member of the Enid, Okla., lodge of Masons.
.....He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dottie Tyner; two sons ... six daughters ...

1069. ELVA MYRTUS TYNER (BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 10, 1880 in Kingman, Kingman, Kansas, USA, and died in Oklahoma, USA. She married W. CHESTER HUNGERFORD March 26, 1901 in Alveretta, Alfalfa, Oklahoma, USA. He was born January 01, 1878 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, Kansas, USA.

Notes for ELVA MYRTUS TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Helena, Alfalfa, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1242; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 739.
W C Hungerford...32...KS, IA, IA...married once, 9 years...farmer
Elva Hungerford...30...KS, IN, IN...1 child, 1 living
Leonard B Hungerford...7...OK, KS, KS

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Enid Ward 2, Garfield, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1463; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 49; Image: 639.
W C Hungerford...42...KS, IA, IA...farmer
Elva Hungerford 40...KS, IN, IN...
Leonard Hungerford...16...OK, KS, KS...railroad laborer

1070. MINNIE MYRTLE JENKS (MELVINA J. TYNER, LEWIS JACKSON, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 22, 1870 in North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died March 12, 1943 in San Diego, San Diego, California, USA. She married DANIEL WILLIS MCFARLAND January 11, 1900. He was born February 22, 1861 in Lucas, Richland, Ohio, USA, and died December 01, 1939 in San Diego, San Diego, California, USA.

1070A. EDWARD S. TYNER (JOHN CALVIN, LEWIS JACKSON, JOHN N. , WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) b. 30 September 1877, died Mar. 15, 1967, buried with a shared tombstone in Laketon Cemetery, Laketon, Wabash, Indiana with Jessie, born 1880 and died 1913.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Pleasant, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T624_386; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0162; ; FHL microfilm: 1374399.
Edward S. Tyner...32...IN, IN, IN...painter, house
Jessie Tyner...29...IN, OH, IN
Fieda C. Tyner...7...IN, IN, IN
Raymond H. Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN
Martha M. Tyner...3...IN, IN, IN
Mary R. Tyner...0...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Pleasant, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T625_472; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 200; Image: 1112.
Edward S. Tyner...41...IN, IN, IN...rents home...clerk, druggist...married
Raymond Tyner...13...IN, IN, IN

1070B. FRANK BERT TYNER (JOHN CALVIN, LEWIS JACKSON, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) b. 11 June 1880 Wabash County, Indiana; died 24 May 1964; married JOSEPHINE DELLA LICHTENBERGER 02 Feb 1902 in Fulton County, Indiana. She was b. 09 Oct 1880, died 1967. They share a tombstone in Masonic Cemetery, Culver, Marshall, Indiana, USA.

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Wabash Ward 3, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T625_472; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 195; Image: 993.
Frank B. Tyner...39...IN, IN, IN...salesman, retail hardware
Josephine D. Tyner...39...IN, IN, IN
Lewis E. Tyner...17...IN, IN, IN
Edna M. Tyner...12...IN, IN, IN

Children of FRANK BERT TYNER and JOSEPHINE LICHTENBERGER:
…..i.....LEWIS EDWARD TYNER was born 07 Dec 1902 Wabash County, Indiana, and died 26 Sep 1985, buried in Matlock Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married JULIA ANN DAWES.
…..ii.....EDNA M. TYNER was born 06 Aug 1907 Wabash County, Indiana, died October 1992. She married WILLIAM RISH

1071. GRACE TYNER (RILEY HARTLEY, LEWIS JACKSON, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 20, 1885. She married CYRUS N. CURLESS October 12, 1904.

1072. ONA K. TYNER (IRA WILFORD, BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 1885 in Indiana, USA, and died 1967. She married CARL STACK. He was born Abt. 1881 in Indiana, USA and died 1956. As Leona C., she shares a tombstone in Row 10 Grave 3 of Curtisville Cemetery, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana with Carl Stack.

Notes for LEONA C. TYNER:
Name: Robart Tyner Stack
Father: Carl
Mother: Ona Tyner
County: Madison
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 21 Mar 1913
Reference: Madison County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume I
Letters A - K Inclusive
Madison County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume I
Letters H - K Inclusive
Madison County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters L - R Inclusive
Madison County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume III
Letters S - Z Inclusive
Book: CH-4
Page: 18

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Anderson Ward 3, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T624_365; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 99; Image: 918.
Carl Stach...29...IN, unknown, IN...married six years...machinist
Onie Stach...24...IN, IN, IN...2 children, 2 living
Jonie M Stach...3...IN, IN, IN
Sadrich Stach...1 7/12...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Gary, Lake, Indiana; Roll: 599; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 43; Image: 808.0.
Carl Stack...49...IN, IN, IN...mechanic, auto
Ona K Stack...44...IN, IN, IN
Sedrick Stack...21...IN, IN, IN...son
Robert Stack...17...IN, IN, IN...son
Loren Stack...13...IN, IN, IN...son
Martha Stack...9...IN, IN, IN...dau

Name: Francis U. Slaughter
Father: Frank
Mother: Ona Tyner
County: Howard
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 9 Feb 1915
Reference: Howard County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1875 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume I
Letters A - K Inclusive
Howard County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1875 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters L - Z Inclusive
Book: H-13
Page: 13

1072A. EARL P. TYNER (CURTIS, BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) b. 02 Apr 1875 IN, 1948, buried in Curtisville Cemetery, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana. He married KATIE PARR on Sep 30 1899 Tipton County, IN. He married in Tipton County, IN, on 2 April 1904 MAUDE B. BROWN, b. 13 Jun 1885 Howard County, Indiana.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 127.
Earl P Tyner...25...Apr 1875...IN, IN, IN...day laborer
Katie A Tyner...20...Oct 1879...KY, KY, KY

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Kokomo Ward 6, Howard, Indiana; Roll: T624_356; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 136; Image: 362
Earl P Tyner...35...IN, IN, IN...m2, 5 years...grinder, paint factory
Maude B Tyner...26...IN, IN, IN...m1, 5 years...2 kids, 2 living
Forest B Tyner...3...IN, IN, IN...son
Bertie O Tyner...1...IN, IN, IN...dau
Frank Dunlap...22...IN, PA, IN...boarder...laborer, paint factory
Henry Hofer...20...IN, Germany, Germany...boarder...laborer, paint factory

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Earl P Tyner
City: Curtisville
County: Tipton
State: Indiana
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1875
Race: White
Roll: 1653200
tall, slender, black eyes, black hair
laborer, Windfall Grain
nearest relative: Maud B. Tyner

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 202; Image: 467
Earl Tyner...43...IN, IN, IN...owns home...can read/write...laborer, grain elevator
Maude Tyner...35...IN, IN, IN
Oleta Tyner...11...IN, IN, IN
Burl Tyner...5...IN, IN, IN
Jannita Tyner...7/12...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 631; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 11; Image: 230.0
Earl Tyner...55...IN, IN, IN...married at 28...farmer
Maud Tyner...46...married at 19...IN, IN, IN
Burl Tyner...16...IN, IN, IN
Juanita Tyner...10...IN, IN, IN

Children of EARL TYNER and MAUDE BROWN were:
.....i.....FORREST B. TYNER was born about 1907 Indiana and died 03 May 1911 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana.
.....ii.....BERTIE OLETA TYNER was born 22 Nov 1908 in Howard County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....OTTO BURL TYNER was born 03 Feb 1914 Howard County, Indiana, USA, and died 15 Apr 1986 Dade County, Florida, USA

Name: Otto Burl Tyner
Father: Earl P.
Mother: Maud B. Brown
County: Howard
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 3 Feb 1914
Reference: Howard County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1875 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume I
Letters A - K Inclusive
Howard County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1875 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters L - Z Inclusive
Book: CH- 4
Page: 91

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T627_1074; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 48-72. Address: South Q Street
Burel Tyner...26...IN...8th grade education...laborer...rents home, $5/month...income: $520
Waned A. Tyner...25...IN...2 yr. high school
Myrna Lou Tyner...6...IN
Burel Tyner...4...IN
Arlis Tyner...1...IN

An Otto Burel Tyner married Elnora Frieda Stevens on 14 Feb 1971 in Grant County, Indiana, and divorced her 15 Apr 1986 in Broward County, Florida. "Elnora F. Tyner" and her DOB, 17 Nov 1924, are on a shared tombstone in Grant Memorial Park.

per findagrave.com
father of Myrna, Burel jr., Arliss, Larry, Bill, Dane, and Diane
Burial: Grant Memorial Park, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, USA
Plot: near site office to the north

Sources include Ancestry.com. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.

.....iv.....JUANITA TYNER, born abt. 1919 Indiana.
1073. HARRY TYNER (CURTIS, BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 31, 1890 in Madison County, Indiana, USA. He married EDNA TRICK September 12, 1917 in Madison County, Indiana, USA, daughter of BENJAMIN TRICK and AMANDA O'BRYANT. She was born March 20, 1894 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for HARRY TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Duck Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T625_448; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 114; Image: 670
Harry Tyner...28...IN, IN, IN...general farmer
Edna Tyner...25...IN, IN, IN

1076. RALPH WALDO TYNER (OMER WARD, BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 09, 1900 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, and died April 23, 1978 in Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana, USA. He married ERVENA HOLLANDBECK September 25, 1931, daughter of JOHN HOLLANDBECK. She was born March 30, 1905 in Johnson County, Indiana, USA, and died June 23, 2002 in Richmond, Indiana. Ralph Waldo Tyner and wife Ervena were both linotype operators in Columbus and in Bloomington for a short time, then she gave up the work and he went to work for the Western & Southern Insurance Co. They share a tombstone in Rose Hill Cemetery, Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana, USA; see it at http://www.findagrave.com

Notes for both:
Tuesday, June 25, 2002
Ervena A. Tyner
...Ervena Almira Hollandbeck Tyner, 97, of Bloomington, who has family in Richmond, died Sunday, June 23, 2002.
...Born March 30, 1905, in Johnson County to John and Leona Hollandbeck, she was a homemaker.
...Survivors include sons, William and Ralph, and a brother, Scott Hollandbeck.
...Her husband, Ralph, died in 1978.
...Service will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at McDoel Baptist Church in Bloomington. Visitation will be from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today at Allen Funeral Home, Bloomington, with an Eastern Star service at 7 tonight.
...Memorials may be made to the McDoel Baptist Church in Bloomington.
http://www.pal-item.com/news/stories/20020625/obituaries/98938.html

The Shelbyville News, June 25, 2002
.....Ervena Almira Tyner, 97, of Bloomington, died Sunday, June 23 at Bloomington Hospitality House in Bloomington.
.....Born March 30, 1905 in Johnson County, d/o John H. and Leona D. (Miller) Hollandbeck.
.....Married Ralph Waldo Tyner; he preceded her in death in 1978.
.....Survivors include two sons, William L. Tyner of Bloomington and Ralph W. Tyner of Evansville; one brother, Scott F. Hollandbeck of Shelbyville; three grandchildren, Ralph Tyner of Davenport, Iowa, LeeAnn McCarty of Evansville and Keith A. Tyner of Indianapolis; and nine great-grandchildren.
.....Homemaker.
.....Member of the McDoel Baptist Church in Bloomington and a 75-year member of Eastern Star.
McDoel Baptist Church with the Rev. Harold Carter officiating.
.....Allen Funeral Home, 3000 E. 3rd St. in Bloomington. Eastern Star service at 7 p.m. at the funeral home.
.....Burial: Rosehill Cemetery in Bloomington.
.....Contributions may be made to McDoel Baptist Church, 1008 S. Rogers St., Bloomington, IN 47403.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

Children of RALPH TYNER and ERVENA HOLLANDBECK include:
.....i.....RALPH WENDELL TYNER, b. 20 Jun 1932 Tipton County, Indiana, USA, d. 23 Apr 1978 IN, buried in Plot: Veterans Garden2 of Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana, USA

1077. OPAL LEONA TYNER (OMER WARD, BEVERLY WARD, JOHN N., WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 07, 1898 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA and died 5 May 1995 Wayne County, Indiana. She married (1) PAUL PERNOD HINDS, who was born 2 Feb 1897, died 20 December 1943, and was buried December 24, 1943 in Section 21, Lot 463, Grave 3 of Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana. She married (2) HOMER ARTHUR BERTSCH, born 28 Nov 1887 Jackson County, Indiana, died May 1978 Wayne County, Indiana.

The Call Leader, 22 Dec 1943 Elwood,Madison Co.,Indiana
SON SUCCUMBS AS RESULT OF MISHAP
Word was received here today of the death of Paul Pernod Hinds 45, of 239 South 4th St. Richmond and son of Mrs. Maude Hall of route four Elwood, following and auto accident while returning from his work Monday. A tire on his car blew out and it is believed that Mr.Hinds lost control of his car and it ran into a ditch. Survivors are the wife, one daughter and two sons, one serving in the U.S. Army Aviation Corps, his mother Mrs.Hall of near Elwood, five grandchildren. Mr.Hinds was a carpenter. Funeral rites will be conducted from the Doan and Sons Funeral Home on 11th and Main street Richmond, Friday morning at 10 o'clock and burial will follow in the cemetery there.

1078. CLAUDE F. TYNER (FRANK SOLOMON, ISAAC JOHN, SOLOMON, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 17, 1889 in Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA, and died December 08, 1945 in Sweetser, Grant, Indiana, USA. He married MAYME E. BAKER abt. 1913. She was born 23 Jun 1889 in Indiana, USA, and d. 07 Jul 1984 Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA.

Notes for CLAUDE F. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Sand Creek, Decatur, Indiana; Roll: T624_345; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 739.
Tyner, Cloyde...22...IN, IN, IN...boarder...single...grain dealer, own place

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Claude Tyner
City: Westport
County: Decatur
State: Indiana
Birthplace: Grammer, Indiana; United States of America
Birth Date: 17 Dec 1887
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1493139
DraftBoard: 0
assistant bank cashier, First National Bank
wife and one child under 12
medium height, stout, brown eyes, dark eyes

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pleasant, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 34; Image: 954.0.
Claud F Tyner...41...IN, IN, IN...married at 27...$4000...cashier, bank
Mayme Tyner...40...IN, IN, IN...married at 26
Margaret Tyner...14...IN, IN, IN
Dorman Tyner...10...IN, IN, IN
Dorothy Tyner...10...IN, IN, IN
Robert Tyner...6...IN, IN, IN

WORLD WAR II DRAFT REGISTRATION, 1942
Name: Claude f Tyner
Birth Date: 17 Dec 1887
RESIDENCE: Sweetser, Grant, Indiana
Birth: Bartholomew, Indiana
Race: White
Roll: WWII_2371780
nearest relative: Mrs. Mayme Tyner, Sweetser, IN
employed by Farmers State Bank

Children of CLAUDE TYNER and MAYME BAKER include:
.....ii.....DOROTHY ELLEN TYNER, b. 05 Aug 1919 Sweetser, Grant, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM HOWARD FAGAN; she d. 15 Jan 2001 Marion, Grant, Indiana.
.....iii.....FRANK DORMAN TYNER, b. 05 Aug 1919, d. 20 Mar 1977 Marion, Grant, Indiana, died 20 Mar 1977 Grant County, Indiana. He m. FRANCES MARGUERITE HOWE 02 Oct 1942; she b. 29 Aug 1917, d. 25 May 2011 Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA. They share a tombstone in Plot: A R14 of Maple Grove Cemetery, Sweetser, Grant, Indiana. See http://www.findagrave.com for a picture of her and another obituary.

http://www.huntingtoncountytab.com/obituary/11168/frances-m-tyner
Frances M. Tyner
Sunday, May 29, 2011 11:51 AM
.....Frances Marguerite Tyner, 93, of Marion, IN, and having relatives in LaFontaine, IN, died Wednesday, May 25, 2011, at 4:15 a.m. in Marion General Hospital.
.....Mrs. Tyner was a 1934 graduate of Waldron High School and a 1938 graduate of Indiana University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She earned her master's degree from Ball State University. She taught home economics for a total of 34 years at Swayzee, Sweetser, Martinsville, and retired from Oak Hill United School Corporation in 1981. She was also a 4-H club leader.
.....She was a member of Sweetser United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women, where she also volunteered in the church office. She was a member of the Current Opinion Club, Grant County Retired Teachers Association, and Marion Dept. Club.
.....She was born in Shelby County to Arra and Ella Conner Howe. She married Frank Dorman Tyner on Oct. 2, 1942. He preceded her in death on March 20, 1977.
.....Survivors include two daughters, Rita (Oren) Guenin, of Marion, and Kathy (Dave) Swink, of Lafayette; a sister-in-law, Jane Tyner; a brother-in-law, Kenny (Eva) Butler; five grandchildren, Steve (Wendy) Guenin and Craig (Brooke) Harrell, both of Noblesville; Jeff (Michelle) Guenin, of LaFontaine; Laura Guenin, of Indianapolis; and Mark (Erin) Harrell, of Frankfort, KY; and nine great-grandchildren.
.....A funeral service was held Saturday, May 28, 2011, in Sweetser United Methodist Church, Sweetser, with Rev. Mick Wilson and Rev. Jeff Herron officiating. Burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery, Sweetser.
.....Funeral arrangements were handled by Needham-Storey-Wampner Funeral Service, North Chapel, 1341 N. Baldwin Ave, Marion.
.....Memorials may be directed to Heifer International, 1 World Ave, Little Rock, AR 72202 or Shelbyville-Shelby County Public Library, 57 W. Broadway St., Shelbyville, IN 46176.
.....Online condolences may be made at www.nswcares.com.
....iv.....CHARLES ROBERT TYNER, b. 01 Sep 1923 Sweetzer, Grant County, Indiana, d. 04 Oct 2009.
Charles Robert 'Bob' Tyner
Sept. 1, 1923 - Oct. 4, 2009
.....Charles Robert (Bob) Tyner was born in Sweetser, Indiana September 1, 1923, the son of Claude and Mayme Tyner. Raised in Sweetser, he graduated from Sweetser High School in 1941 where he played basketball for the Sweetser Braves. .....He served in the United States Army in the European Theater in World War II in the Ninety-Fifth Division of General George Patton's Third Army. He was always proud to serve his country. Upon his discharge from the army, he attended the then Ball State Teachers' College where he played on Ball State's men's tennis team for three years. At Ball State he met the love of his life, Ellen Jane, his wife of sixty-two years who survives.
.....After a brief time in the business world he decided his true calling was in the field of education. He returned to Ball State to obtain his master's degree in education and principal's license. He taught for three years in Marion, Indiana at Martin Boots and Kendall Elementary Schools. In 1965, he became the principal of Swayzee Elementary School, Oak Hill Community Schools, where he served proudly for the next twenty years. He truly enjoyed working in the Swayzee Community and with the schools' outstanding students, faculty and staff. After retirement his faith and love for the Lord Jesus Christ was strengthened through his involvement with World Gospel Mission volunteering in Marion, Indiana at the WGM Headquarters, in Arizona on the American Indian Field at the former Southwest Indian School, and at Taylor Christian School in McAllen, Texas. He also volunteered many hours at the Marion VA Hospital striving to help his fellow veterans.
.....Bob had a life-long love of Notre Dame Football and every Saturday during the fall, he could be found rooting on his beloved Irish. Working in the summer for the Marion Park's Department at Matter Park he taught tennis lessons to hundreds of young people sharing with them his love of the game. In 1942, he was the Marion Tennis Club singles champion. He was a pitcher for one of Grant County's best fast pitch softball teams, the Sweetser Lions, with a group of friends who grew up together in Sweetser. Bob will always be remembered for his quiet demeanor, competitive spirit, and never complaining attitude even during his difficult last three years. An avid reader, he enjoyed books on history and biographies. A member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Marion, he currently attended Hanfield United Methodist, Marion. He loved to attend his children and grandchildren's school and athletic events where he always provided positive reinforcement and was very proud of their achievements. A man of few words and deep faith, his legacy will always be felt by those who follow him.
.....He is also survived by sons, Stan Tyner and wife Cynthia (Cindy), Marion; Robin Tyner and wife, Kathryn, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; grandchildren, Christin Jane Dockum and husband, Kent, Edmond, Oklahoma; Jody Robert, Tyner and wife, Jenny, Wabash, Indiana; Heather Jane and Heidi Marie Tyner, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; one great grandchild, William Pearson Dockum, Edmond, Oklahoma; and many nieces and nephews.
.....Bob and his family were very appreciative of the support and love of his great niece, Kara Horner, during his illness. Gratitude also goes to Mike Myers and Will Ramirez and all the professional staff at the Frenesius Medical Care Center Marion, Indiana and to the Northwood Manor bus driver, Mike Payne. A private celebration of Bob's life will be held in the Protestant Chapel in the VA Hospital, Marion, Indiana with Pastor Robin Tyner and family officiating. There will be no visitation. Memorial contributions may be given to missions through World Gospel Mission, P.O. Box 948, Marion, Indiana 46952. Arrangements handled by Needham-Storey-Wampner Funeral Service, North Chapel, 1341 N. Baldwin Avenue, Marion. Online condolences may be made at www.nswcares.com.
1079. MARY PAULINE TYNER (FRANK SOLOMON, ISAAC JOHN, SOLOMON, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 03, 1894 in Burnsville, Bartholomew, Indiana, USA, and died September 10, 1967 in Miami, Dade, Florida, USA. She married HENRY JOSEPH DUERSTOCK September 25, 1925 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

1080. FREDRICK CLAY SHIPMAN (CORA BELLE TYNER, HENRY CLAY, EZEKIEL, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 19, 1888 in Thornburg, Keokuk, Iowa, USA, and died May 22, 1962. He married MINNIE LETA RUSSELL June 09, 1912, daughter of QUINTON RUSSELL and HARRIET CHASE. She was born March 02, 1890 in Grove City, Kansas, and died Abt. 1943.

1081. LUCILE TYNER (WILLIAM AMSBURY, JOHN A. , WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1901 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and died December 25, 1979 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA. She married FRED ALONZO SAMUELS June 18, 1919 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1900 in Indiana, USA, and died July 06, 1939 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

1082. OLIS E. TYNER (WILLIAM AMSBURY, JOHN A., WILLIAM JASPER, WILLIAM JASPER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 10, 1903 in Prairie Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and died January 1972 in Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He married LILLIAN LAVONNE SILER July 23, 1921 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, daughter of FREDERICK SILER and MAMIE WORDEN. She was born March 18, 1903 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, and died July 1994. They share a tombstone in Section 5, Row 24, #1 of Sharpesville Cemetery, Sharpesville, Tipton, Indiana.

1083. JAMES ROY CONNER (MARY ELIZABETH BROXON, MARGARET ANN TYNER, JOHN, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 06, 1881 in Whitley County, Indiana, and died January 23, 1953 in Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana. He married (1) FLORA ELLEN KISER December 26, 1901. She was born December 19, 1879 in Jefferson Township, Whitley, Indiana, and died March 03, 1913 in Jefferson Township, Whitley, Indiana. He married (2) PEARL HANELINE Aft. 1909, daughter of JOHN THOMAS and RIFFELLA MORRIS. She was born February 28, 1882 in Van Wert County, Ohio.

Notes for JAMES ROY CONNER:
Obituary: Journal Gazette, January 24, 1953
J. ROY CONNER
J. Roy Conner, 72, of 4129 S. Clinton St., died at 8:45 a.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. He was a retired employe of the Fort Wayne Division of Bowser, Inc. Survivors include one son Russell E., with whom he lived; one brother, Chester, two sisters, Mrs. Ida Kaufman and Mrs. Zelda Beard, all of Whitley County, and one grandchild. The body was taken to the Klaehn Funeral Home where friends may call after noon today. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the funeral home. the Rev. Russell E. Palmer officiating. Burial in the Broxon Cemetery, Whitley County.

Notes for FLORA ELLEN KISER:
Obituary: Columbia City Post; Columbia City, IN; Wednesday, March 5/6 1913
MRS, ROY CONNER DIED ON MONDAY
Cousin of County Auditor Kiser of this City Answers Summons---Beloved Young Wife Meets Death.
Monday's Daily
The death of Mrs. Roy Conner, of Fort Wayne, who has been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kiser, of Jefferson township, for the last nine weeks, suffering from the last stages of tuberculosis, occurred at 5 o'clock Monday morning, after an illness that covered about four years and her passing was a great shock to her parents and relatives. Her maiden name was Flora Ellen Kiser, born in JHefferson township, Dec. 19th, 1879, making her 33 years, 2 months and 12 days of age at the time of her death. Her first illness came from a cancer of the breast which was removed several years ago, but other complications caused a drain on her vitality that would not allow her to recover. She was united in marriage to Roy Conner, son of Isaac R. Conner, of Jefferson township, on Dec. 26th, 1901. Two children were born, one dying in infancy and Russell, a six year old son surviving. Besides her husband and child, her parents survive; also three brothers, Albert of Jonesboro, Ind., Joseph of Fort Wayne, Ora at home, and one sister, Mrs Cora Kiser, at home. Her husband is a brakeman, employed on the Pennsylvania railroad at Fort Wayne, and is well known in this county. She was a member of the Christian church, and was a graduate of the Jefferson Center high school. In 1896, and many friends feel great sorrow at her early passing from life. The funeral will be held Wednesday forenoon, the cortege leaving the house at 10 o'clock for the Saturn Christian church. Rev. Francks of Roanoke will officiate, and the Interment will be in the Broxon cemetery.

1084. HARRY VIRGIL CONNER (MARY ELIZABETH BROXON, MARGARET ANN TYNER, JOHN, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 02, 1882 in Starke County, Ohio, and died March 24, 1944. He married MYRTLE N. SMITH August 30, 1906. She was born November 22, 1886 in Allegheny County, Virginia, and died December 06, 1978 in Columbia City, Whitley, Indiana.

Notes for HARRY VIRGIL CONNER:
Obituary: Journal Gazette; March 25, 1944
VIRGIL CONNER
Virgil Coner, 61, of 932 Grace avenue, died at 11 a.m. Friday of coronary occlusion. He was a native of Whitley county and had resided here 17 years. He was employed in the General Electric company maintenance department. Survivors include the wife, Myrtle; two sisters, Mrs. Zelda Beard and Mrs. Ida Kaufman, Whtiley county, and two brothers, Chester of Whitley county and Roy of this city. He was a member of West Creighton Avenue Christian church. The body was removed to Wellman funeral home and will be returned to the residence at noon today. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the residence and at 2:30 p.m. at the Christian church. Rev. E. L. Harroid will officiate and burial will be in the I. O. O. F. cemetery at Monroeville.

Notes for MYRTLE N. SMITH:
MYRTLE CONER
LAGRANGE -- Mrs. Myrtle M. Conner, 92, died Wednesday in Miller's Merry Manor. Surviving is a foster son. Services 10:00 a.m. Saturday in Frurip-May Funeral Home where calling is 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. Burial in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Roanoke

The Officiating minister was Rev. J. Wilbur Yates Arrangements were by Frurip-May Funeral Home in LaGrange, IN

Poem on funeral card: God hath not promised skies always blue, Flower-strewn pathways all our lives through; God hath not promised sun without rain, Joy without sorrow, peace without pain.
.....But God hath promised strength for the day, Rest for the labor, light for the way, Grace for the trials, help from above, Unfailing sympathy, undying love ...

1085. IDA MAE CONNER (MARY ELIZABETH BROXON, MARGARET ANN TYNER, JOHN, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 24, 1887 in Jefferson Township, Whitley, Indiana, and died March 05, 1963 in Whitley County, Indiana. She married EMMET KAUFMAN March 02, 1910 in Ft. Wayne, Allen, Indiana.

Notes for IDA MAE CONNER:
Obituary: Newspaper unknown; March 5, 1963
MRS. EMMET KAUFMAN DIES THIS MORNING

Mrs. Ida May Kaufman, 75, of R 2 South Whitley, died at 10:15 a.m. today at the Whitley County Hospital where she was hospitalized with influenza on Friday. She had suffered a fractured hip a year ago. She was born April 24, 1887 in Jefferson township, a daughter of Isaac and Mary Broxon Conner and was married March 2, 1910 in Fort Wayne to Emmet Kaufman of Washington township. They began housekeeping in Washington township and moved to Jefferson and for the past 16 years have resided in Cleveland township. During World War II she was employed at International Harvester and has been a homemaker. She is a member of the Saturn Christian Church and has been attending the Oak Grove Methodist and was a member of the Oak Grove WSCS. She is survived by her husband who presently is a patient at Whitley County Hospital; a son, Glenn W. Kaufman, South Whitley; a sister, Mrs. Lima (Zelda) Beard, and two grandsons, LTJG Gerry K. Kaufmanin the Navy at Maitland, Fla., and Rex A. Kaufman at Roanoke. A son and three brothers preceded her in death. The body has been taken to the J. A. DeMoney and Son Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday and where services will be at 2 p.m. Friday with the Rev. Russell B. Gotz, pastor of the Oak Grove Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in teh cemetery at South Whitley.

Obituary: Newspaper unknown + date
LAST RITES TO BE HELD FRIDAY FOR MRS. IDA KAUFMAN
Mrs. Ida Kaufman, 75, of R. R. 2, South Whitley, passed away Tuesday morning at the Whitley County hospital where she was hospitalized with influenza last Friday. She had suffered a fractured hip a year ago and had been in failing health since that time. She was born April 24, 1887, in Jefferson township, a daughter of Isaac and Mary Broxon Conner and was united in marriage on March 2, 1910 in Fort Wayne to Emmet Kaufman of Washington township. They began housekeeping in Washington township and moved to Jefferson township and for the past sixteen years have resided in Cleveland township. During World War II she was employued at the Internaltional Harvester in Fort Wayne and has been a homemaker. She was a member of the Saturn Christian Church and had been attending the Oak Grove Methodist Church and was a member of the Oak Grove WSCS. She is survived by her husband who prsently is a patient at the Whitley County hospital; a son, Glenn W. Kaufman, of South Whitley; a sister, Mrs. Lima (Zelda) Beard, Jefferson township, and two grandsons, Lt. JG. Gerry K. Kaufman in the Navy at Maitland, Florida and Rex A. Kaufman of Roanoke. A son and three brothers preceded her in death. Memorial services will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the J. A. DeMoney and Son Funeral Home in Columbia City with the Rev. Russell B. Gotz, pastor of the Oak Grove Methodist church officiating. Burial will be in the South Whitley cemetery.

1086. CHESTER CONNER (MARY ELIZABETH BROXON, MARGARET ANN TYNER, JOHN, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born December 22, 1890 in Jefferson, Whitley, Indiana, and died March 13, 1962 in Shamrock, Wheeler County, Texas. He married (1) HARRIET IRENE MOWERY April 18, 1915 in Whitley County, Indiana, daughter of WILLIAM MOWERY and CLARA COOK. She was born October 22, 1892 in Whitley County, Indiana, and died April 11, 1953 in Whitley County, Indiana. He married (2) VELMA CRAWFORD NICODEMUS July 09, 1954 in Oak Grove, Whitley, Indiana.

Notes for CHESTER CONNER:
Obituary: March 19, 1962, Columbia City, Ind. (Newspaper unknown)
CONNER RITES
The J. A. DeMoney and Son Funeral Home was in charge of the memorial and interment services held Sunday afternoon for Chester Conner, 71, prominent Jefferson township farmer, who died unexpectedly last Tuesday at Shamrock, Texas, while on a vacation trip. The Rev. Hubert Miller, pastor of the Oak Grove Church of God , and the Rev. J. W. Weber, pastor of the Saturn Christian Church, officiated at the services. The memorial riates were held in the Oak Grove church with the interment following in the church cemetery. Mrs. Ronald Mossburg, director of the church choir, sang two hymns, "Precious Memories" and "Take My Hand, Precious Lord." Her accompaniment as well as the prelude and post lude were played by her daughter, Miss Beverly Mossburg, organist. Members of the Always Faithful Class of the Oak Grove church served as the flower bearers. They were Viola Dustin, Hazel Crabill, Iva Morrolf, Lois Miller, Zora Hodson, Laura Kaufman, Dessie Schrader, Edna Schrader, Joy Schrader, Dessie Taylor, Carrie Worrick, Hazel Mossburg, Coral Miller, Bea Gatwood. The casket bearers were cousins and close friends, Russell Conner, Lester Swing, Glenn Kaufman, Lawrence Miller, Wilbert Worrick, Theodore Miller.

Obituary: Newspaper + date unknown.
COLUMBIA CITY --- Body of Chester Conner, 71, who died at Shamrock, Tex., has been returned to the J. A. DeMoney Funeral Home and calling will be after 1 p.m. Friday until 11 a.m. Sunday and then at Oak Grove Church of God where rites will be at 2 p.m. Burial in Oak Grove-Compton Cemetery.

Obituary: Newspaper unknown...March 13, 1962
CHESTER CONNER DIES EN ROUTE TO VISIT DAUGHTER
SUFFERS FATAL HEART ATTACK
Chester Conner, Jefferson township, died at 11:00 p.m. Tuesday at Shamrock Motel in Shamrock, Wheeler County, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Conner were en route to Tucson, Arizona with Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross. They were going to visit a daughter, Mrs. Doris Steger. Mr. Conner, 71, native of Jefferson township, was born December 22, 1890 to Isaac Robert and Mary Elizabeth Broxon Conner. He suffered a severe heart attack on January 14, 1960 but since then had recovered and was able to live a normal life with limited activities. He suffered the fatal heart attack while staying at the motel. On April 1, 1915, he was married in Jefferson township to Harriett Irene Mowrey, who died April 11, 1953. On July 9, 1954, he married Velma Crawford Nicodemus at the Oak Grove Church parsonage. He lived his entire life in Whitley county and was a retired farm owner-operator. He did general farming. He attended the Oak Grove Church of God, was a member of the Farm Bureau and Brotherhood of the Church. He was a director of the Raber Co-Operative. Surviving is the wife, Velma; three daughters, Mrs. Carl F. (Dorothy) Hess, Union township; Mrs. Doris Steger, Tucson, Arizona and Mrs. Robert E. (Annabelle) Kessie; eight grandchildren; six stepsons, Keith Nicodemus, Thorncreek township; Kenneth Nicodemus, Arl; Gale Nicodemus and Glenn Nicodemus, Smith township; Ronald Nicodemus, Union township and Larry Nicodemus, at home; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Ralph Zeigler, Smith township; Mrs. Richard Guiff, Mrs. Don Gross and Mrs. Rex Diffendarfer, all of Churubusco; eight grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Zelda Beard, Jefferson township and Mrs. Emmet Kaufman, Cleveland township. The body is being returned to Fort Wayne and will be brought to the J. A. Money and Son Funeral Home.

Probate: Newspaper announcement - Newspaper + date unknown
CIRCUIT COURT NEWS CHESTER CONNER WILL The will of Chester Conner, 71, Jefferson township, who died March 13, was probated Tuesday before Judge Lowell L. Pefley. The instrument, dated Nov. 15, 1954, disposes of an estate valued at $40,000. Heirs are the widow, Mrs. Velma R. Conner, R 5, who is bequeathed all the testator's personal property and a life interest in real estate; and three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy E. Hess, R 7, Mrs. Doris E. Steger of Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Annabelle Kessie, R 2. The appraisal shows $30,000 in real estate and $10,000 in personal property. The widow is charged in the will with paying taxes and maintaining repairs on real estate but she is to have occupancy, control of the profits and income from the real holdings during her lifetime. Upon her death the real estate is devised in equal shares to the three daughters. Two sons-in-law, Robert Kessie, R 2, and Carl Hess, R 7, were nominated as co-executors, according to the will. Letters of administration Tuesday were issued to the co-executors. Mr. Conner's will was witnessed by Benton E. Gates and Benton E. Gates Jr. The law firm of Gates + Gates are attorneys for the estate.

1087. ZELDA CONNER (MARY ELIZABETH BROXON, MARGARET ANN TYNER, JOHN, JAMES, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 06, 1892 in Whitley County, Indiana, and died June 17, 1977 in Columbia City, Whitley, Indiana, USA. She married LYMAN GROVER BEARD February 08, 1912. He was born 1889, and died 1966.

Notes for ZELDA CONNER:
From an article probably in the Columbia City Post...1962
"LIMA BEARDS WED 50 YEARS; OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Lima Beard celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversay Sunday with open house at their home in Jefferson township. The Beards were married February 8th, 1912 at the home of the Rev. Elmer Ward Cole, Huntington. The went o housekeeping in Jefferson township, where they have resided practically all of their married life. Mr. Beard is a retired farmer. They have a son, Garl Beard, now deceased; two daughters, Mrs. Lester Swing, Jefferson township and Mrs. Everett Nice, Fort Wayne; four grandchildren and eigh great grandchildren. Cake, decorated with gold bells, was served with golden punch, mints and nuts by Ronald Swing, Mrs. Max Lee Swing and Miss Beverly Hughes. The serving table, laid with a lace cloth over gold, was centered with an arrangement of yellow wood fibre flowers and yellow cnadles in crystal holders. Mrs. Beard chose for her Golden Wedding day a navy crepe dress to which she pinned an orchid. Mr. Beard held a white carnation bouttonniere.

Obituary: probably Columbia City Post; Saturday Eve., June 18, 1977; Columbia City Ind.
ZELDA BEARD

Mrs. Zelda Beard, 84, 11 Diplomat Apartments, died at 2 p.m. Friday at the Whitley County Hospital where she had been a patient for the past week. She had been in failing health since May 28 when she suffered a stroke of apoplexy. She was a native of Jefferson township, Whitley county, and was born on October 6, 1892, a daughter of Isaac Roberts and Mary E. Broxon Conner. Her formative years were spent in Jefferson township where she was educated in the Watson and Jefferson Center schools. On February 8, 1912, she was united in marriage to Lima G. Beard. They established their first home three-quarter of a mile east of Jefferson Center and with the exception of a year which was spent in Etna and Allen county, they always made their home in Jefferson township. In 1922, they moved to the Beard farm 1/4 mile east of Jefferson Center School where they were making their home at the time of her husband's death on March 14, 1966. Mrs. Beard was a member of the Saturn Christian Church and for manu years was active in the 4-H work as a leader and the Jefferson Township Home Demonstration Club. The surviving relatives include two daughters, Mrs. Lester (Theresa) Swing, R. 5; Mrs. Everett (Genevieve) Nice, 6327 Bayberry Drive, Fort Wayne; four grandchildren;16 great grandchildren; one great great grandson. One son, Garl; four brothers, Chester, Roy, Virgil and Joseph Conner and two sisters, Luella and Ida are deceased. The body is at the Smith and Sons Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. today. The Rev. James Clifford, pastor of the Saturn Christian Church, will officiate at the funeral service to be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the funeral home The interment will follow in the Jefferson Chapel (Sandbank) cemetery.

Obituary: (Name and date of newspaper unknown)
BEARD RITES
The funeral service for Mrs. Zelda Beard, 84, the widow of Lima G. Beard, was Sunday afternoon at the Smith and Sons Funeral Home with the Rev. James Clifford, pastor of the Saturn Christian Church, officiating. Mrs. Merlin Hindbaugh played the organ prelude and postlude which included Mrs. Beard's favorite hymns, In The Garden and Whispering Hope. The pallbearers, grandsons and close friends of the Beard family, were Ronald Swing, Max Swing, Daryl Swing, Richard Bardey, Todd Grigsby, and Delmar Wagoner. The interment followed in Jefferson Chapel cemetery. Mrs. Beard died Friday after being ill since May 28.

Death notice: (Name + date of newspaper unknown) COLUMBIA CITY --- Zelda Beard, 84, widow of Lima Beard, died Friday afternoon in Whitley County Memorial Hospital. Surviving are two daughters including Genevieve Nice of Fort Wayne. Services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Smith Funeral Home. Calling after 2 p.m. Saturday.

1088. IRENE THOMPSON (SARAH MELISSA TYNER, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 25, 1875 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died June 10, 1904 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married AARON DROLLINGER November 08, 1896 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of MARTIN DROLLINGER and CELIA BELDEN. He was born September 26, 1867 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died December 28, 1927 in Wabash County, Indiana.

1089. MINNIE THOMPSON (SARAH MELISSA TYNER, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 16, 1878 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died May 04, 1935 in Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA c42. She married LOUIS PHILIP KLEIN, son of GEORG KLEIN and CATHERINE HETTMANSPERGER. He was born April 24, 1876 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, and died July 26, 1947 in Denver, Denver, Colorado.

1090. WILLIAM GARRETT THOMPSON (SARAH MELISSA TYNER, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born July 09, 1881 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana. He married MILLIE I. LEWIS February 16, 1904 in Wayne County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1881 in Iowa.

Notes for WILLIAM GARRETT THOMPSON:
In 1920 Census, William Garrett (always referred to as Garrett by the family) Thompson lived in Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, USA and worked as a locomotive engineer. His property was valued at $5500.00

1091. OREN FRANKLIN TYNER (WILLIAM ALVAH, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 13, 1884 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died April 13, 1953. He married (1) MABEL S. IDEN, daughter of FRANK IDEN and MARY VERNON. She was born November 07, 1887 in Huntington, Huntington County, Indiana, USA, and died February 03, 1957. He married (2) OLIVE MARIE CORY, wife of John Henry Haupt. She was born November 27, 1887 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died November 30, 1966 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. Oren and Olive share a tombstone in Plot: Sec N, lot 9 of Falls Memorial Garden Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for OREN FRANKLIN TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Wabash Ward 4, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T624_386; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 0159; ; FHL microfilm: 1374399. April 19, 1910
Oren Tyner...25...IN, US, IN...laborer, illegible factory
Mabel Tyner...25...IN, IN, IN
Harold Tyner...2...IN, IN, IN
Ralph Tyner...5/12...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Wabash Ward 1, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T625_472; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 190; Image: 890
Oren F Tyner...35...IN, IN, IN...rents home...car repairer, steam railroad
Mabel S Tyner...32...IN, IN, IN
Harold B Tyner...12...IN, IN, IN
Ralph F Tyner...10...IN, IN, IN
Donald E Tyner...7...IN, IN, IN
Buford J Tyner...6...IN, IN, IN

1930 census Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana
Oren Tyner...47...IN, IN, IN...night watchman, paper mill...$800...first married aged 23
Ralph Tyner...20...IN, IN, IN...laborer, asbestos plant...son
Donald Tyner...18...IN, IN, IN...salesman, grocery...son
Buford Tyner...17...IN, IN, IN...son

Children of OREN TYNER and MABEL IDEN include:
.....i.....HAROLD B. TYNER, born about 1908 Wabash County, Indiana; died about 1926. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews, Huntington, Indiana, USA.
....ii.....RALPH F. TYNER, born 29 Oct 1909 Wabash County, Indiana, died 21 Nov 1952 in Iowa City, Johnson, Iowa, USA. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews, Huntington, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....DONALD E. TYNER, b. 11 Mar 1912 and d. 29 Mar 1975, both in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews, Huntington, Indiana, USA.
.....iv....BUFORD J. TYNER, born 28 Apr 1913, married RUBY MAE CUMMINS 07 Oct 1933. He died 09 Oct 1970. They share a tombstone in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, but there's no death date on hers, just 1915. Daughter Joyce M. Tyner died 22 Dec 2009, buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery as Joyce M. Goff.

1092. FLOSSIE TYNER (WILLIAM ALVAH, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Jan. 31, 1889 in Indiana, USA and died Mar. 19, 1971. She married ROY U. SPEICHER. He was born in Indiana, USA, in 1886 and died Dec. 13, 1956. They share a tombstone in Plot: sec L, lot 139, sp. 3 (her) and 4 (him) of Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for FLOSSIE TYNER:
1920 - Lagro, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Lagro, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T625_472; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 183; Image: 738.
Roy Speicher...33...IN, OH, OH...farmer, general
Flossie Speicher...30...IN, IN, IN
Bernice Speicher...11...IN, IN, IN
Dorthy Speicher 7...IN, IN, IN
Vaughn Speicher...4 1/12...IN, IN, IN

1093. ORPHA TYNER (WILLIAM ALVAH, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 08, 1891, and died 7 March 1973 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married EARL COURTER. He was born 02 May 1889 Indiana and died in Wabash County on Jul. 4, 1974. They share a tombstone in Friends Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana.

Notes for ORPHA TYNER:
1930 - Noble, Wabash, Indiana
Earl Courter...40...married at 21...IN, NY, IN
Orpha F Courter...38...married at 19...IN, IN, IN
Elan O Courter...11...IN, IN, IN
Virginia M Courter...6...IN, IN, IN
Wanda J Courter...2 1/12...IN, IN, IN

Name: Orpha Courter
SSN: 305-26-2952
Last Residence: 46992 Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 8 Aug 1891
Died: Mar 1973
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (Before 1951

1094. RUBY TYNER (WILLIAM ALVAH, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1895 in Indiana, USA. She married EARL E. CAMPBELL. He was born Abt. 1887 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for RUBY TYNER:
1920 - Noble, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Noble, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: T625_472; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 187; Image: 818.
Earl Campbell...33...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Ruby Campbell...25...IN, IN, IN
Merle Campbell...5...IN, IN, IN

1930 - Noble, Wabash, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Noble, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: 636; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 925.0.
Earl E Campbell...44...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Ruby Campbell...36...IN, IN, IN
Merle Campbell...15...IN, IN, IN...son
Graceton Campbell...1...IN, IN, IN...son

1095. RAY HOMER TYNER (WILLIAM ALVAH, BENAJMIN DICKEY, DRURY DRUMMOND, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 22, 1896 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died May 11, 1972 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. He married RUBY G. BOLENS June 21, 1919 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. She was born October 20, 1900, and died October 03, 1980 in Wabash County, Indiana, USA. Burial for both: Gardens of Memory Cemetery, Huntington, Huntington, Indiana.

Children were:
.....i.....ROBERT PAUL TYNER b. 09 Feb 1920 Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, d. 24 Apr 2008 Lafontaine, Wabash, Indiana. He married (1) RUTH ELLEN SMITH on 24 May 1941; (2) HELEN LUCILE HARNISH about 1993; marriage dissolved May 2007. He is buried in Mississinewa Memorial Garden, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana. She had previously married Wayne Brandenburg in Sept. 1939 and Lawrence Harnish in 1952.

OBITUARY - Plain Dealer, Wabash (IN)
…..Robert Paul Tyner, 88, of Wabash, Indiana, died Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 1:15pm at Rolling Meadows Healthcare Center in LaFontaine. He was born February 9, 1920 in Kalamazoo, Michigan to Ray H. and Ruby (Bolens) Tyner.
…..He married Ruth Ellen Smith in Marion, Indiana on May 24, 1941; she died April 5, 1992.
…..He farmed 12 years, worked at General Tire in Wabash 10½ years, and retired from Ford Meter Box in Wabash, after 25 years.
…..He was a life member of the Wabash American Legion Post 15. Bob transported cancer patients to Fort Wayne and Indianapolis 10 years. He was a board member and volunteered for F.I.S.H. 15 years. He was a member of the national and local chapter of the AARP, serving on the board of directors of the local chapter. Bob also served on the Mississinewa Cemetery Board until 2007. He was a member of the Wabash Christian Church 70 years and attended the Treaty Church of Christ.
…..Bob was a combat engineer, military police officer, and was a cook in France in the US Army during World War II.
…..He was a Bickford Cottage resident since June 6, 2007.
…..He is survived by two daughters, Dianna (Glenn) Buckler of Wabash and Sharon (Stephen C.) Gilbert of North Manchester; five grandchildren, Debbie Gilbert of Servia, Gayle (Kurt) Goshorn of Columbia City, Jay Robert (Audrey) Lynn of Wabash, Sherry Ann (Kevin) Flinn of Fort Wayne, and Amy (Pat) Knoblock of Somerset; seven great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandson. He was preceded in death by his brother, Richard Tyner who died in 1991, and a grandson.
…..Memorial services will be held at Treaty Church of Christ, 6793 S 50 E, Wabash, on Monday, April 28, 2008 at 10:30am with Doug Oakes officiating. Burial will be at a later date in Mississinewa Cemetery, Somerset. Friends may call one hour prior to service at the church. Preferred memorial is F.I.S.H.

http://obit.grandstaff-hentgen.com/obitdisplay.html?task=Print&id=536832
.....Robert Paul Tyner, 88, of Wabash, Indiana, died Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 1:15pm at Rolling Meadows Healthcare Center in LaFontaine. He was born February 9, 1920 in Kalamazoo, Michigan to Ray H. and Ruby (Bolens) Tyner.
.....He married Ruth Ellen Smith in Marion, Indiana on May 24, 1941; she died April 5, 1992. He farmed 12 years, worked at General Tire in Wabash 10 1/2 years, and retired from Ford Meter Box in Wabash, after 25 years. He was a life member of the Wabash American Legion Post 15. Bob transported cancer patients to Fort Wayne and Indianapolis 10 years. He was a board member and volunteered for F.I.S.H. 15 years. He was a member of the national and local chapter of the AARP, serving on the board of directors of the local chapter. Bob also served on the Mississinewa Cemetery Board until 2007. He was a member of the Wabash Christian Church 70 years and attended the Treaty Church of Christ. Bob was a combat engineer, military police officer, and was a cook in France in the US Army during World War II. He was a Bickford Cottage resident since June 6, 2007.
.....He is survived by two daughters, Dianna (Glenn) Buckler of Wabash and Sharon (Stephen C.) Gilbert of North Manchester; five grandchildren, Debbie Gilbert of Servia, Gayle (Kurt) Goshorn of Columbia City, Jay Robert (Audrey) Lynn of Wabash, Sherry Ann (Kevin) Flinn of Fort Wayne, and Amy (Pat) Knoblock of Somerset; seven great grandchildren, and one great great grandson. He was preceded in death by his brother, Richard Tyner who died in 1991, and a grandson.
.....Memorial services will be held at Treaty Church of Christ, 6793 S 50 E, Wabash, on Monday, April 28, 2008 at 10:30am with Doug Oakes officiating. Burial will be at a later date in Mississinewa Cemetery, Somerset. Friends may call one hour prior to service at the church.

.....ii.....RICHARD J. TYNER, born 10 Nov 1921, d. 01 Mar 1991, buried in Garden of Hymns section of Gardens of Memory Cemetery, Huntington, Huntington, Indiana, USA.

1096. OTHO G. ROMACK (ROBINSON A., AMANDA ELLEN TYNER, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1892 in Tipton County, Indiana. He married ETHEL ?. She was born Abt. 1896 in Indiana.

Notes for OTHO G. ROMACK:
Census: 1920, Farmer in Prairie Twp., Tipton Co., Indiana (ED204,p.2B)

1097. CHLORA MARGRET SHUCK (LUCINDA ROMACK, AMANDA ELLEN TYNER, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 04, 1899 in Tipton County, Indiana, and died February 19, 1977 in Howard County, Indiana. She married CURTIS H. VANDEVENDER, son of LEWIS VANDEVENDER and LAURA HINKLE. He was born July 24, 1895, and died Abt. 1980 in Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina, USA.

1098. SYLVIA VERA TYNER (OLIVER PERRY, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 29, 1889 in Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana, and died June 26, 1932. She married P. RUBEN BEATY December 24, 1908, son of ANDERSON BEATY and MARY GRISHAW. He was born June 06, 1888 in Tipton County, Indiana, and died February 17, 1974 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

1099. PAUL RAYMOND TYNER (OLIVER PERRY, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 13, 1897 in Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana. He married (1) MARIE QUACKINBUSH Abt. 1919. He married (2) DORA MAY SCHROEDER June 30, 1921 in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOHN SCHROEDER and LOTTIE BROKER. She was born October 04, 1896 in Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA.

Child of PAUL TYNER and DORA SCHROEDER:
.....i.....MAX RAYMOND TYNER, born 21 Nov 1925 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA, died 16 Nov 2012, buried in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park, Guadalupe County, Texas, USA.

Published in The Monitor on November 20, 2012
MAX RAYMOND TYNER
.....Max Raymond Tyner of New Braunfels, Texas, passed away November 16, 2012, at the age of 86. He was born in Kokomo, Indiana, on November 21, 1925, to parents Paul R. and Dora Mae Tyner. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, Max also served as a missionary for Wycliffe Bible Translators, a Visitation Pastor for First Protestant Church of New Braunfels, and was Pastor Emeritus at Good Shepherd Evangelical Church of Seguin.
.....He was preceded in death by his parents, and survivors include his wife of 63 years, Marjorie; children, Renita Warchol and husband Steve of Kingsbury, TX; Shawnee Overstreet and husband James of New Braunfels; grandchildren, Tiffany Patch of Wimberley, TX; Courtney Murphy and husband Corey of New Braunfels; and Brittney Overstreet of New Braunfels; great-grandchildren, Kendra Patch and Caitlyn Murphy.
.....Visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 21, 2012, from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. Services will be held the same day at 11:00 am at the funeral home chapel with Rev. Rich Van Natter officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Wycliffe Bible Translators or Good Shepherd Evangelical Church of Seguin. Funeral arrangements with Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, 189 N. Seguin Ave. New Braunfels, TX (830)625-3434
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1100. DELBERT MITCHELL (ELLA TYNER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1907 in Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA. He married IRENE P. ?. She was born Abt. 1911 in Indiana.

Notes for DELBERT MITCHELL:
Census: 1930, Sand blaster-foundry in Noblesville, Hamilton Co., Indiana (ED15, p.3B)

1101. HAROLD TYNER MONTROSE (CLAUDIA ESTELLA TYNER, JAMES CALDWELL, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 26, 1895 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died June 09, 1980 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married FLORENCE CUNNINGHAM March 09, 1929 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA.

1102. GARNETTA FERN MONTROSE (CLAUDIA ESTELLA TYNER, JAMES CALDWELL, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born February 01, 1897 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died August 23, 1970 in Brandywine Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA. She married RAYMOND CLAUD LOW August 28, 1921 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA. He was born June 17, 1894, and died January 1985 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

1103. RAYMOND GLEN MONTROSE (CLAUDIA ESTELLA TYNER, JAMES CALDWELL, JAMES A. , JOHN , HARRIS , JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born April 18, 1899 in Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died May 14, 1967 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA. He married NANNIE FERN MILBOURN March 18, 1926 in Hancock County, Indiana, USA.

1104. BEATRICE MELVINA MONTROSE (CLAUDIA ESTELLA TYNER, JAMES CALDWELL, JAMES A., JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born June 11, 1901 in Blue River Township, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died August 19, 1981 in Shelbyville, Shelby, Indiana, USA. She married MAURICE ARCHIBALD PATTERSON April 04, 1926 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA, son of JAMES PATTERSON and STELLA POLAND. He was born October 04, 1901 in Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana, USA, and died December 1965.

.....i.....MARY ELLEN PATTERSON was born Sept. 23, 1935 in Shelbyville, Shelby, IN and died April 17, 2009 in Shelbyville, Shelby, IN. She married GAYLORD C. COLE in Westfield, Hamilton, Indiana, USA.

Shelbyville News, 20 Apr 2009
Mary Ellen Cole
…..Mary Ellen Cole, 73, of Shelbyville died Friday, April 17, 2009, at her home.
…..Born Sept. 23, 1935, in Shelbyville, she was the daughter of Maurice Archibald and Beatrice Melvina (Montrose) Patterson. She married Gaylord C. Cole, and he survives.
…..Other survivors include her son, Kent (wife, Margretta) Cole of Shelbyville; daughters, Beverly (husband, Greg) Williams of Walkerton and Diana Bannister of Morristown; grandchildren, Matt (wife, Audree) Cole, Cassie Cole, Tanya Cole, Savanna Bannister and Kristen Bannister; stepgrandson, Adrian (wife, Joy) Williams; and great-grandchildren, Maycee, Maya, Miley and Thane.
…..She was preceded in death by her parents.
…..Mrs. Cole was a homemaker.
…..She graduated from Morristown High School in 1953 and attended Butler University.
…..Mrs. Cole was a member of Freeport United Methodist Church and Liberty United Methodist Church; Shelby County and Indiana Historical societies; Shelby County Genealogical Society; MNO Home Economics club; Purdue CARAT; Mamas Red Hat Society; Grover Museum Board of Directors; National Rifle Association; Bass Anglers Association; and many other organizations.
…..She also was regent of Mary Mott Green chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution; past president of Shelby County Extension Homemakers; past district representative of Indiana Extension Homemakers; and secretary for Concord Cemetery Board.
…..Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Freeman Family Funeral Homes, Frazier Chapel, 124 E. North St. in Morristown.
…..Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
…..Burial will be in Concord Cemetery in Shelby County.
…..Memorial contributions may be made to Grover Museum, 52 W. Broadway St., Shelbyville, IN 46176
.....Online condolences may be sent to www.freemanfamilyfuneralhomes.com.
1105. CHARLES R. VANSICKLE (JOHN S., HARRIET PAULINE TYNER, STEPHEN, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 1880 in Indiana, USA. He married DELPHA B. RICHARDSON February 06, 1902 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. She was born October 1881 in Boone County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for CHARLES R. VANSICKLE:
Census: 1910 Farmer in Ohio Twp., Bartholomew Co., Indiana (ED22,p.3B)
Census: 1920 Carpenter in Columbus Twp., Bartholomew County, IN (ED3, p.7A)
Census: 1930 Farmer (wife Liza) in Sand Creek Twp., Bartholomew Co., Indiana (ED24,p.7B)

1106. MERLE VANSICKLE (JOHN S., HARRIET PAULINE TYNER, STEPHEN, JOHN, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 27, 1892 in Indiana, USA, and died December 1977 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. She married (1) HARRY H. LYNCH January 02, 1911 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. He was born June 27, 1883 in Indiana, USA. She married (2) FRED C. SUESZ June 22, 1916 in Marion County, Indiana, USA. He was born April 24, 1892 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for MERLE VANSICKLE: Census: 1910 Single, sister w/Grover Vansickle in Warren Twp., Marion Co., Indiana (ED3,p.11B)

1107. MINERVA ALICE HACKLEMAN (JOHN FRANKLIN, CICERO, RICHARD, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 12, 1872 in Indiana, USA. She married DR. JOSEPH BOWEN September 12, 1894 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, son of C.J. BOWEN and SARAH COLLINS. He was born December 22, 1870 in Center Twp., Rush County, Indiana, USA.

1108. WALLACE OTTO HACKLEMAN (JOHN FRANKLIN, CICERO, RICHARD, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 22, 1875 in Indiana, USA. He married AGNES YOUNG February 26, 1907 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1883 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for WALLACE OTTO HACKLEMAN:
Name: Wallace O Hackleman
Spouse Name: Agnes Young
Marriage Date: 26 Feb 1907
Marriage County: Franklin
Source Title 1: Franklin County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1850-1920 Inclusive Volum
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located County Clerk's Of
Book: 14
OS Page: 257

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Wallace Otto Hackleman
City: Knightstown
County: Henry
State: Indiana
Birth Date: 22 Aug 1875
Race: White
Roll: 1653187
DraftBoard: 0
medium height/build, blue eyes, light hair
farmer
wife, Agnes Hackleman

1920 - Center, Rush, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Center, Rush, Indiana; Roll: T625_462; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 85; Image: 310.
Wallace Hackleman...44...IN, IN, IN...rents home...can read/write...general farmer
Agnes Hackleman...37...IN, IN, IN
Lisle Hackleman...7...IN, IN, IN...dau
Maxine Hackleman...6/12...IN, IN, IN...dau

1109. LEWIS J. NEWHOUSE (MARSHALL E., MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 15, 1886 in Fugit Twp., Decatur Co., Indiana, USA. He married RUBY L. EMMERT. She was born Abt. 1886 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for LEWIS J. NEWHOUSE:
1910 - Justice Precinct 1, Parmer, Texas
Newhouse, Louis...23...single...farmer...IN, IN, IN

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Lewis J Newhouse
City: Not Stated
County: Decatur
State: Indiana
Birthplace: Indiana;United States of America
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1886
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1493139
DraftBoard: 0
single
medium height and build, light grey eyes, dark brown hair, slightly bald

1930 - Center, Rush, Indiana--April 21, 1930
Lewis J Newhouse...43...IN, IN, IN...general farmer
Ruby Newhouse...43...IN, Germany, OH
David L Newhouse...8...IN
John Newhouse...6...IN
Mary K Newhouse...3 9/12...IN
Flora Cosby...17...servant...single...white...IN, US, US

1110. MARY BROWN (ELIZA M. HAWKINS, JAMES, NANCY HACKLEMAN, MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, JOHN HARRIS, SARAH, NICHOLAS) She married JACOB DEEDS.

1111. MARIETTA MCDEARMOND (NANCY WASHINGTON STEWART, SARA RACHEL TYNER, JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 29, 1854 in Fayetteville, Bibb, Georgia, USA, and died July 29, 1902 in Fayetteville, Bibb, Georgia, USA. She married FRANKLIN WASHINGTON NORTON August 12, 1870. He was born July 29, 1854 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida, USA, and died August 29, 1920 in Fayetteville, Bibb, Georgia, USA.

Notes for FRANKLIN WASHINGTON NORTON:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Fayette, Fayette, Georgia; Roll: T623 195; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 44.
Frank M Norton...46...Aug 1853...GA, GA, GA...married 30...farmer
Maretta Norton...45...July 1854...11 children, 11 living...GA, GA, GA
Henry J Norton...19...Nov 1880...son...GA, GA, GA
Andrew Norton...17...Mar 1883...son...GA, GA, GA
Emory Norton...14...July 1885...son...GA, GA, GA
Clyde Norton...12...May 1888...dau...GA, GA, GA
Hessie Norton...10...Mar 1890...dau...GA, GA, GA
Rembert Norton...8...Feb 1892...son...GA, GA, GA
Thomas Norton...4...Jan 1895...son...GA, GA, GA

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Woolsey, Fayette, Georgia; Roll: T624_187; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 58; Image: 100.
Franklin W Norton...56...AL, AL, AL...M2, 4 years...carpenter, house
Manda Norton...31...GA, GA, GA...M2, 4 yrs...3 children, 0 living...
Thomas Norton...13...GA, AL, ?

1112. JOSEPH JACKSON PERRYMAN (SOPHIA CAROLINE OWENS, ELIZA ANN TYNER, JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 25, 1870 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA, and died May 22, 1902 in Dudleyville, Tallapoosa, Alabama, USA. He married ELLA J. WHATLEY August 02, 1891 in Chambers County, Alabama, USA. She was born August 1875 in Alabama, USA.

Notes for JOSEPH JACKSON PERRYMAN:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Dudleyville, Tallapoosa, Alabama;
Roll: T623 41; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 80.
Joseph J Perryman...29...Aug 1870...AL, AL, GA...married 8 yrs. ...farmer
Ella J Perryman...27...Aug 1875...AL, AL, AL...4 kids, 3 living…
Etta C Perryman...6...Nov 1893...AL, AL, AL
Ruben T Perryman...5...March 1895...AL, AL, AL
Frederick A Perryman...1...July 1898...AL, AL, AL

1113. JACOB WESLEY PERRYMAN (SOPHIA CAROLINE OWENS, ELIZA ANN TYNER, JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born July 05, 1874 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA, and died September 04, 1905 in Tillers Crossroads, Chambers, Alabama, USA. He married ANNIE LILA DAFFIN April 12, 1899 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. She was born April 09, 1876 in Opelika, Lee, Alabama, USA, and died October 22, 1947 in Opelika, Lee, Alabama, USA.

1114. JAMES ROBERT PERRYMAN (SOPHIA CAROLINE OWENS, ELIZA ANN TYNER, JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 10, 1876 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA, and died March 1939 in Fairfax, Chambers, Alabama, USA. He married ALICIA V. HURST June 09, 1895 in Alabama, USA. She was born April 1877 in Alabama, USA.

Notes for JAMES ROBERT PERRYMAN:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Dudleyville, Tallapoosa, Alabama;
Roll: T623 41; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 80.
J. R. Perryman...Sept 1876...23...married 4 years...AL, AL, GA
Alicia V. Perryman...April 1877...23...3 kids, 1 living...AL, AL, AL
Flora V. Perryman...April 1919...1/12...AL, AL, AL

1115. BRICK POMEROY PERRYMAN (SOPHIA CAROLINE OWENS, ELIZA ANN TYNER, JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 02, 1881 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. He married SHARON CARON JOHNSON December 23, 1900 in Chambers County, Alabama, USA. She was born Abt. 1879 in Alabama, USA.

Notes for BRICK POMEROY PERRYMAN:
ALABAMA MARRIAGE RECORDS
Name:...Brick Pomeroy Perryman
Spouse:...Caron Johnson
Marriage Date:...23 Dec 1900
County:...Chambers
State:...Alabama
Performed By Title:...Justice of the Peace
Performed by Name:...W J Meadows
Source information:...Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

WI DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name:...Brick Pomeroy Perryman
City:...Birmingham
County:...Jefferson
State:...Alabama
Birth Date:...20 Feb 1887
Race:...White
Roll:...1509355
DraftBoard:...3
Wife: Caron Perryman
Short, stout, black hair, light blue eyes

1910 - Wise, Chambers, Alabama (next door to Burress Perryman)
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Wise, Chambers, Alabama; Roll:
T624_5; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 154.
Brick p Perryman...29...AL, AL, GA...married 4 years...farmer, general
Caron Perryman...31...AL, AL, AL...5 children, 4 living
Lou M Perryman...7...AL, AL, AL
Lunnis Perryman...5...AL, AL, AL
Harvey Perryman...3...AL, AL, AL
Howard T Perryman...7...AL, AL, AL

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama;
Roll: T625_24; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 199; Image: 109.
Brich P Perryman...38...AL, GA, GA...streetcar motorman
Caron Perryman...41...AL, AL, AL
Lucion Perryman...15...AL, AL, AL
Harvey Perryman...15...AL, AL, AL
Howard Perryman...10...AL, AL, AL
Vinna A Perryman...8...AL, AL, AL...dau
Mollie L Perryman...5...AL, AL, AL...dau

1116. BURRUSS WHATLEY PERRYMAN (SOPHIA CAROLINE OWENS, ELIZA ANN TYNER, JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 30, 1883 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA, and died February 08, 1928 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, USA. He married LULA E. THROWER Abt. 1904. She was born Abt. 1883 in Alabama, USA.

Notes for BURRUSS WHATLEY PERRYMAN:
1910 - Wise, Chambers, Alabama (next door to Brick Pomeroy Perryman)
Burness W Perryman...26...married 6 yrs ...AL, AL, GA...general farmer
Lula Perryman...26...AL, AL, AL...3 kids, 3 living...farm laborer
Douglas Perryman...5...AL, AL, AL
Annie A Perryman...3...AL, AL, AL
Mary H Perryman...1 11/12...AL, AL, AL

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Wise, Chambers, Alabama; Roll: T625_1; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 1031
Burres W Perryman...38...AL, AL, GA...farmer, general
Lula E Perryman...37...AL, AL, AL
J Duglas Perryman...15...AL, AL, AL
Annie A Perryman...13...AL, AL, AL
Mary H Perryman...9...AL, AL, AL
Joe J Perryman...7...AL, AL, AL
J Robert Perryman...5...AL, AL, AL
Cleo J Perryman...1 3/12...AL, AL, AL
Nancy Stubs...45...aunt...AL, US, US
Earnest Lindsey...15...boarder...B...AL, AL, AL
James Walden...23...boarder...AL, AL, AL

1117. DARMON LAFAYETTE TINER (JEFFERSON DAVIS, THOMAS M., JESSE, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 23, 1886 in Watervalley, LaFayette, Mississippi, USA, and died September 26, 1968 in Sugarland, Fort Bend, Texas, USA. He married ALICE ELIZABETH BOYD DAVIS Abt. 1908 in Eddy, McLennan, Texas, USA. She was born September 26, 1891 in Lott, Falls, Texas, USA, and died November 06, 1976 in Richmond, Fort Bend, Texas, USA. They share a headstone in Morton Cemetery, Richmond, Fort Bend, Texas.

Children of DARMON TINER and ALICE DAVIS include: .....i.....OTHA WINSTON TINER was born 10 Jul 1909 Eddy, McLennan, Texas, USA and died Nov. 15, 1995 Bridgeport, Wise, Texas, USA. He is buried in Greenwood Memorial Park & Mausoleum, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas. He married EVELYN CLARY 14 Nov 1937 Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas. She was b. abt 1913 and d. 27 Jul 1987, both in Fort Worth. He married NATALIE COLLINS 27 Jul 1987 Williamson County, Texas, and divorced her 4 Aug 1992 in Williamson County, Texas. Sources include PAT & PERRY SMITH BOOK 3 at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/11662368/person/-422903637

Posted on http://www.findagrave.com page for Otha Winston Tiner:
Fort Worth Star Telegram (Nov. 16, 1995)
…..Otha Winston Tiner, 86, a retired football coach, died Wednesday at Bridgeport nursing home. Graveside service: 3 p.m. today in Greenwood Memorial Park.
…..Otha Winston Tiner was born July 10, 1909, in Eddy.
Hawkins Funeral Home
Bridgeport, (817-683-2211)
.....ii.....D. L. TINER (1916--1950).
.....iii.....JUANITA PEARL TINER, born 08 Sep 1919 Waco, McLennan, Texas, died 20 Mar 1986 Harris County, Texas.
.....iv.....MARSHALL HAMILTON TINER, b. 01 Nov 1924 Waco, McLennan, Texas, died 30 Apr 2006. He married NANCY LILLIAN LEMKE on 20 Jan 1953. She was born 28 Apr 1929 and died 28 Aug 2010.
From findagrave.com
…..Marshall Hamilton tiner, 81, of Woodway, passed away Sunday, April 30, 2006, at a local hospital. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 3, at Rosemound Cemetery. While there is no formal visitation, the family invites you to come by the funeral home at any time.
…..Marshall was born in Waco, Texas, to the Darmon L.Tiner and Alice Elizabeth Tiner. He graduated from Graham High School in 1943; then enlisted in the United States Navy serving in World War II as a pilot and instructor. When he returned from the war, he attended and graduated from Texas Christian University. Following graduation, he worked as a pilot for American Airlines until his retirement in 1975. He met Nancy Lemke, who was a stewardess with American Airlines and they were married Jan. 20, 1953.
…..After retiring, Marshall and Nancy moved to Runaway Bay, Texas where he enjoyed woodcarving and golfing. They returned to the Waco area in 2004.
…..He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Juanita Loveless; and brothers, Otha Tiner and D.L. Tiner.
…...He is survived by wife, Nancy Tiner, of Woodway; daughter, Gayle Burleson and husband, Charlie, of Teague;and sons, Marshall Dale Tiner and wife, Susan, of Elgin, Texas and Mark William Tiner and wife, Catherine, of Willow Park, Texas; eight grandchildren, John Burleson, Katie Burleson, Jeana Clayton, Sarah Tiner, David Tiner, Adam Tiner, Brandon Tiner, Cody Tiner; and two great-grandchildren, Justin Klear and Rachael Clayton.

Waco Trib: 8/30/2010...G6
…..Nancy Lillian Tiner, 81, of Waco, passed away Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010, at a Teague Nursing Home. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31, at Rosemound Cemetery with Pastor Mitchell Jones officiating. While there is no formal visitation, the family invites you to visit her at Wilkirson-Hatch-Bailey funeral home in Waco at any time before this service Tuesday morning.
…..Nancy was born in Milwaukee, Wis., to the late William and Alma Lemke, one of 12 children. All of her grandparents immigrated to the United States from Germany. Her father was a draftsman and her mother taught piano lessons. Nancy and her sisters grew up singing gospel music on a local radio program in Milwaukee. Nancy worked as a model before becoming a flight attendant for American Airlines, where she met and married Marshall Tiner, a pilot, in 1953. She spent the next 57 years of her life as a devoted wife and mother to their three children. They lived in Dallas until moving to a ranch in Athens in 1963. In 1975, Nancy and Marshall moved to Bridgeport, Texas, and lived at Runaway Bay. Nancy worked as a volunteer for the Bridgeport Public Library for many years until moving to the Waco area in 2004. After 53 years of marriage, Marshall passed away in 2006 and Nancy moved to Lakeshore Estates where she has enjoyed living ever since.
…..Nancy was preceded in death by her husband, Marshall Tiner; her parents; a brother; and four sisters.
…..She is survived by daughter, Gayle Burleson and husband, Charlie, of Teague; sons, Marshall Dale Tiner and wife, Susan, of Elgin, Texas, and Mark William Tiner and wife, Catherine, of Willow Park, Texas; grandchildren, John Burleson, Katie Burleson, Jeana Clayton, Sarah Tiner, David Tiner, Adam Tiner, Brandon Tiner, and Cody Tiner; great-grandchildren, Justin Klear and Rachael Clayton; five sisters; and one brother.

1117A. WILLIAM DAIL TINER or WILLIAM DALE TINER (JEFFERSON DAVIS, THOMAS M., JESSE, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was b. January 30, 1892, LaFayette County, Mississippi, USA; d. June 11, 1918, Falls County, Texas, USA; m. KATIE KEYS. He is buried in Cottonwood Cemetery, Falls County, Texas. Katie was born 29 Jan 1895 in Bell County, Texas, and died 29 Dec 1967. Katie is buried in North Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell, Texas. Notice that in the census below, Joseph was born too late to be William's son.

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Falls, Texas; Roll: T625_1802; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 89; Image: 152
Solmon W Keys...71...TX, TN, TX
Julie E Keys...60...LA, LA, LA...wife
Will L Keys...34...TX, TX, LA...farmer...son
Frank H Keys...27...TX, TX, LA...farm laborer...son
Katie Keys...24...TX, TX, LA...dau
Addie L Keys...20...TX, TX, LA...dau
Willie A Tiner...3 11/12...TX, MS, TX...dau (obviously a mistake)
Oren L Tiner ...1 10/12...TX, MS, TX...grandson
Joseph A Tiner...4/12...TX, MS, TX...grandson

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: , Falls, Texas; Roll: T627_4030; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 73-30.
Mrs. Judy E. Keys...80...LA...6th grade education...widowed
Mrs. Katie Tiner...45...TX...6th grade education...widowed
Orin L. Tiner...22...TX...7th grade education...farm laborer...income $100...grandson
Joseph A. Konell...20...TX...laborer, C.C.C. camp, roadbuilding...grandson

.....i....OREN LAWRENCE TINER, b. 24 Feb 1918 Waco, McLennan, Texas, USA; died 13 Sep 1974. Buried in Plot: F, 613 of Houston National Cemetery, Houston, Harris, Texas, USA. PFC US ARMY WORLD WAR II. Enlisted 17 Sep 1940.

1118. ETHEL PARALEE TYNER (FRANCIS SMITH, WILLIAM HENRY, JESSE, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 22, 1892 in Arkansas, USA, and died January 24, 1961. She married CHARLES HENRY MILLS, son of JAMES MILLS and MANDY ?. He was born September 1893.

1119. HATTIE ELLA SMITH TYNER (FRANCIS SMITH, WILLIAM HENRY, JESSE, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 06, 1897 in Arkansas, USA, and died October 11, 1973 in Arkansas, USA. She married (1) CLAUDE BUTTERWORTH. She married (2) ROBERT HENRY MILLS, son of JAMES M. MILLS. He was born Abt. 1892, and died October 12, 1932 in Arkansas, USA. She married (3) GEORGE PASCHALL.

1120. BURRELL JACKSON STRICKLAND (EMELINE ELIZABETH TYNER, STEPHEN JACKSON TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 09, 1857 in DeKalb County, Alabama, USA, and died November 30, 1937 in Grove Oak, Dekalb, Alabama, USA. He married MARY PENELOPE HOPE December 12, 1888 in DeKalb County, Alabama, USA. Sources include Deanna Seal's WorldConnect tree at rootsweb.com

1121. JAMES GREEN TINER (LEWIS JACKSON, LEROY CLARKE, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 14, 1870 in Tennessee, USA, and died March 11, 1939 in Johnson County, Texas, USA. He married SARAH CLIFFORD STEPHENS December 03, 1891 in Inloco, Johnson County, Texas, USA. She was born July 31, 1873, and died August 01, 1917.

Notes for JAMES GREEN TINER:
1900 Census, 1-PCT, Johnson Co, TX
page 49, sheet 19B, ED 54, 18 Jun 1900, Line 51-56, dwelling 330, family 331
James Tiner, head, b. Mar 1870, age 30, married 8 years, AL, AL, AL, farmer
Sarah C. Tiner, wife, b. Jul 1873, age 26, mother of 4 children - all living, MS, MS, MS
Cassie L. Tiner, dau, b. Oct 1892, age 7, TX, AL, MS
James C. Tiner, b. May 1894, age 6, TX, AL, MS
Amanda C. Tiner, dau, b. Nov 1895, age 4, TX, AL, MS
Sterling J. Tiner, son, b. Jan 1898, age 2, TX, AL, MS

1910 Census, 1-PCT, Johnson Co, TX
Page 31, sheet 24A, ED 42, 30 May 1910, Line 47-50, dwelling 321, family 322
[next door to his widowed mother]
James G. Tiner, head, age 40, married 19 years, b. Mississippi (!), parents b. AL
Sara C. Tiner, wife, age 35, mother of 6 children, all living, AL, AL, AL
Cassie Tiner, dau, age 17, single, TX, AL, MS
Clarence Tiner, son, age 16, single, TX, AL, MS
Amanda Tiner, dau, age 14, single, TX, AL, MS
Ste_____ Tiner, son, age 11, TX, AL, MS
Charles Tiner, son, age 9, TX, AL, MS
Frank Tiner, son, age 7, TX, AL, MS

1920 Census, 1 J-PCT, Johnson Co, TX
Page 55, sheet 10B, ED 35, line 100, family 209 [can’t read dwelling #]
James G. Tiner [Looks like ‘C.’], head, age 49, widow, AL AL AL, farmer [continued next page, line 1-4]
Cassie Tiner, dau, age 27, single, TX, AL, AL
Sterling Tiner, son, age 2_, single, TX, AL, AL
Charles Tiner, son, age 19, single, TX, AL, AL
Frank Tiner, son, age 16, single, TX, AL, AL

1930 Census, 1 J-PCT, Johnson Co, TX
Page 162, sheet 12A, ED 126-11, 24 Apr 1930, line 10-11, dwelling 235, family 236
James G. Tiner, head, age 60, widow, AL, AL, AL, farmer
Cassie L. Tiner, dau, age 36, single, TX, AL, MS

1122. HELLEN INEZ TINER (LEWIS JACKSON, LEROY CLARKE, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born January 11, 1872 in Texas, USA, and died August 28, 1897 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, USA. She married JOHN A. DOAK Abt. 1891. He was born February 1869 in Tennessee, USA.

Notes for HELLEN INEZ TINER:
next door to Helen's parents:
1900 Census, Grandview, Johnson Co, TX
Page 270, Sheet 2A, ED 64, 1 Jun 1900, Line 24-27, dwelling 24, family 24
Jno. A. Doak, head, b. Feb 1869, age 31, married 9 years, TN, TN, TN, farmer
Helen I. Doak, wife, b. Jan 1872, age 28, mother of 2 children - all living, TX, AL, AL
Ray G. Doak, son, b. Oct 1891, age 8, TX, TN, TX
Hubert Doak, son, b. Dec 1894, age 5, TX, TN, TX

1910 Census, 1-PCT, Johnson Co, TX
Page 4, sheet 4A, ED 41, 21 Apr 1910, line 40-50, dwelling 49, family 53
John A. Doak, head, age 41, TN, TN, TN, farmer
Hellen Doak, wife, age 37, mother of 2 children - all living, TX, TN, TN
Roy Doak, son, age 17, TX, TN, TX, farm laborer
Hubert Doak, son, age 15, TX, TN, TX, farm laborer

1920 Census, 3-WD Cleburne, Johnson Co, TX
Page 105, sheet 2, ED 40, 7 Jan 1920, line 50, dwelling 803, family 50
[HeritageQuest has John indexed as DOCK]
John Doak, head, age 50, TN, TN, TN, buyer - cotton
Helen Doak, wife, age 47, TX, AL, AL
Roy Doak, son, age 27, single, TX, U.S., U.S., Teacher - school

Per http://judysquiltinginstructions.com/tyner/p2088.html she died 08/30/1951 in Cleburne, Johnson Co. TX and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Johnson Co. TX

1123. WILLIAM CLARK TINER (LEWIS JACKSON, LEROY CLARKE, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 02, 1873 in Johnson County, Texas, USA, and died August 28, 1899 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, USA. He married SALLIE A. GORDON December 17, 1893 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, USA. Burial: Price's Chapel Cemetery, Cleburne, Johnson, Texas, USA

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/u/t/Beverly-D-Hutchins/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0004.html says Sallie died in North Texas Hospital, Terrell, TX.
http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.tyner/405/mb.ashx
(2/8/2012)
.....I would like to find the cause of death of William Clark Tyner in Johnson Co., Texas in 1897. He had two young children (Emmett - 2, Theresa - 1) who were taken in by neighbors. Their mother Sallie was taken to an assylum in Terrell Texas where she died. The family story is that she died of a broken heart. Many researchers have not heard of her. She and William were in their very early twenties. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
.....William married Sallie A. Gordon on December 17, 1893 in Cleburne, Johnson Co., TX, daughter of Harvey Gordon and Nancy J. Ross.

.....i.....EMMETT B. TYNER, b. 10 Mar 1896 Cleburne, Johnson, TX, died 10 Oct 1949 Lubbock County, Texas. Texas Pvt 144 Infantry 36 Div WW I. He married ONA INEZ BARTON. She was b. 17 Mar 1904 Little Mound, Upshur, TX and d. 27 Jul 1993 Lubbock County, Texas. Burial: Block 16 of City of Lubbock Cemetery, Lubbock County, Texas, USA.
.....ii.....THERESA MAE TYNER, b. 16 Jun 1897 Cleburne, Johnson, TX, d. Nov 1971. She married THOMAS HENRY SNEED.

1124. ANNA TILDEN TINER (LEWIS JACKSON, LEROY CLARKE, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 20, 1877 in Johnson County, Texas, USA, and died September 06, 1957 in Stamford, Jones, Texas, USA. She married JOHN SAMUEL SMITH December 20, 1896 in Sand Flats, Johnson, Texas, USA. He was born November 1869 in Texas, USA.

Notes for ANNA TILDEN TINER:
1900 Census, 1-PCT Cleburne, Johnson Co, TX
Page 2192, sheet 20B, ED 54, 20 Jun 1900, line 60-64, dwelling 347, family 348
John S. Smith, head, b. Nov 1869, age 30, married 3 years, TX, LA, LA, farmer
Anna Smith, wife, b. Mar 1877, age 28, 2 children -both living, TX, AL, AL
George Smith, son, b. Sep 1897, age 2, TX, TX, TX
Ora L. Smith, dau, b. Jul 1899, age 10/12, TX, TX, TX
Mary C. Owen, servant, b. Jul 1828, age 71, widow, mother of 6 children-3 living, AL, KY, NC

1125. JOHN FRANKLIN TINER (LEWIS JACKSON, LEROY CLARKE, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 20, 1878 in Cleburne, Johnson, Texas, USA, and died September 09, 1944 in Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas, USA. He married MAUDE BEARD December 08, 1907. She was born June 09, 1883, and died January 10, 1970 in Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas, USA.

Notes for JOHN FRANKLIN TINER:
1920 Census, 2-Wd Cleburne, Johnson Co, TX
Page 153, sheet 20?B, ED 35, line 56-61, dwelling 415, family 446
John F. Tiner, head, age 41, TX, MS, MS, carpenter
Maude Tiner, wife, age 26, AR, AR, MS
Virginia L. Tiner, Dau, age 16, TX, TX, AR
George F. Tiner, son, age 9, TX, TX, AR
Louis J. Tiner, son, age 13, TX, TX, AR
L__?___ V. Beard, mother-in-law, age 55, widow, MS, MS, MS

1930 Census, 1 J-PCT, Lubbock Co, TX
Page 234, sheet 4B, ED 152-12, 8 Apr 1930, line 66-70, dwelling 82, family 84
John F. Tiner, head, age 50, TX, TN, TN, farmer
Maud Tiner, wife, age 46, AR, AR, MS
Virginia Tiner, dau, age 21, single, TX, TX, AR, office-college finance
George F. Tiner, son, age 19, single, TX, TX, AR, laborer-service station
Lewis J. Tiner, son, age 13, TX, TX, AR

Jimmie Mildred Tiner
Birth: Sep. 18, 1913
Death: Sep. 12, 1926
Lubbock City Cemetery
Lubbock
Lubbock County
Texas, USA
Plot: Block 17

Children of JOHN TINER and MAUDE BEARD included:
.....i.....JIMMIE MILDRED TINER, born 18 Sep 1913, died 12 Sep 1926 Lubbock County, Texas, USA.
.....ii.....LOUIS JACKSON TINER, born 06 Jan 1917 Texas, died 20 Dec 2005 Hale Center, Hale, Texas, USA. On 06 May 1936 in Lubbock County, married THELMA BESSIE HOUSTON, born 23 Oct 1916 and died 26 May 2004, both in Lubbock County, Texas, USA. Both buried in Plot: Section 5 of Lubbock City Cemetery.

Posted at www.findagrave.com on page for Louis Jackson "Jack" Tiner:
…..L. J. "Jack" Tiner of Hale Center, TX passed away Tuesday, December 20, 2005.
…..Mr. Tiner was born to the late John and Maude Tiner in Cleburne, TX, January 6, 1917. The family moved to Lubbock in 1925, where Jack graduated from Lubbock High School. He married Thelma Houston in 1936. They moved to Fort Worth, TX during the war years and he worked for Vought Aeronaurtic Plant in Grand Prairie, TX. When the war was over they moved back to Lubbock and he worked for Rigney Auto Supply. The family moved to Hale Center, TX in the fall of 1946. A few years later Jack bough Hale Center Auto Supply and operated the business until he retired in 1977. Jack and Thelma traveled and spent time at their place on Lake Texoma for several years, while keeping their home in Hale Center. Jack enjoyed fishing. He was a longtime member of the Hale Center Church of Christ. He moved to Atria Assisted Living in Lubbock in 2004. He loved his family and was dedicated to them.
…..Mr. Tiner was preceded in death by his wife, Thelma Houston Tiner, a daughter, Dianne Owens, 2 sisters, Virginia Snelling and Mildred Tiner, a son-in-law, Frank Ramierz, and a granddaughter, Danielle Tiner.
…..He is survived by two sons, Sam Tiner and his wife Bernadene of Breckenridge, TX, Mike Tiner and his wife Judy of Lubbock, TX, a daughter Rebecca Ramirez of Floresville, TX, seven grandchildren, Jamie Tiner of Johnsburg, IL, Julie Erb of Breckenridge, Jason Tiner of Hale Center, Jana Holladay of Littleton, CO, Joel and Micah Ramirez of Floresville and Mariah Herrera of Dumas, TX and eight great grandchildren.
…..Funeral services were held at 9:00 am Thursday, December 22, 2005, in the Hale Center Church of Christ. Burial followed in the City of Lubbock Cemetery under the direction of Freeman-Abell Funeral Home of Hale Center, TX.
…..The family suggests memorials be sent to the New Mexico Children's Home, 1356 NM 236, Portales, NM 88130-9411
…..Abell Funeral Home
1126. EULA ELIZABETH TINER (LEWIS JACKSON, LEROY CLARKE, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 01, 1881 in Johnson County, Texas, USA, and died Abt. 1956. She married SAM O. BOYD. He was born Abt. 1881 in Texas, USA.

Notes for EULA ELIZABETH TINER:
1910 Census, Grandview, Johnson Co, TX
Page 178, sheet 21A, ED 57, 9 May 1910, line 46-50, dwelling 301, family 301
Sam Boyd, head, age 29, married 10 years, TX SC MS, farmer
Eula Boyd [Ella?], wife, age 28, mother of 4 children - all living, TX, AL, AL
Inez Boyd, dau, age 8, TX, TX, TX
Ben Boyd, son, age 5, TX, TX, TX
Floy Boyd, dau, age 2, TX, TX, TX
Lorine Boyd, dau, age 4/12, TX, TX, TX

1127. LOUIS MICHAEL TINER (LEWIS TAYLOR , WILLIAM TAYLOR TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 13, 1881 in Upton, Bastrop, Texas, and died April 13, 1926 in Glen Flora, Wharton County, Texas. He married CECILIA CLEMENTINE PETTY July 06, 1898 in Smithville, Bastrop, Texas, daughter of JOSEPH PETTY and LEANNA CASBIER. She was born August 22, 1881 in Caldwell County, Texas, and died January 18, 1977 in Smithville, Bastrop, Texas.

Notes for LOUIS MICHAEL TINER:
TINER, Mrs. Celia C., 95 of Smithville, died Tuesday. Services were Thursday at Marrs-Jones Funeral Home in Smithville. Survivors: sons, Howard Tiner of Smithville, Oliver Tiner of Brownwood; daughters, Mrs. Susie Grohman of Red Rock, Mrs. Emma Smith of Rosanky, Mrs. Ruby Young, Mrs. Francis Wallce, both of Upton, Mrs. Edith Hemphill of Austin; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

1128. IDA BETH TINER (WILLIAM WRIGHT, WILLIAM TAYLOR TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 18, 1878 in Miller County, Georgia, USA, and died July 10, 1964 in Bastrop County, Texas, USA. She married CHARLES FLAUZELLE KELLEY March 26, 1896 in Bastrop County, Texas, USA. He was born October 03, 1876 in Bastrop County, Texas, USA, and died April 27, 1951 in Bastrop County, Texas, USA.

1129. GEORGIA TINER (WILLIAM WRIGHT, WILLIAM TAYLOR TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born September 01, 1881 in Georgia. She married HENRY HARDING PERKINS April 30, 1899 in Bastrop County, Texas. He was born May 01, 1877.

1130. BENJAMIN TAYLOR TINER (WILLIAM WRIGHT, WILLIAM TAYLOR TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM , WILLIAM , SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born May 01, 1885, and died April 18, 1935 in Smithville, Bastrop, Texas, USA. A farmer, he died of carcinoma of the face and neck. See his tombstone and death certificate at http://www.findagrave.com. He married MAE MAGGIE SAWYER August 17, 1904 in Bastrop County, Texas, USA. She was born 1885, and died 1969. They share a tombstone at Young School House Cemetery, Upton, Bastrop, Texas. Six children. Sources include http://www.marthapeveto.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/registerreportchiefdraggingcanoe.html

1131. WILLIAM ISHAM TINER or WILLIAM ISOM TINER (BENJAMIN T., WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 31, 1869 in Early County, Georgia, USA, and died December 27, 1936 in Quincy, Glasden County, Florida, USA. He married (1) ZELLA LAURA WILSON, daughter of JAMES WILSON and ALLIE PRICE. She was born April 02, 1871, and died June 04, 1915. He married (2) RENNIE MAE MCLENDON March 26, 1916. She was born 26 Mar 1896 Georgia, died 27 Sep 1938. Eight children by Zella, four by Rennie. William and Laura are buried in Flat Creek Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia, USA. "Rennie Mae McLendon, wife of William I. Tyner" is buried in New Salem Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia; see photo of tombstone plaque at http://www.findagrave.com page for Rennie Mae McLendon Tyner.

Notes for WILLIAM ISHAM TINER:
Randall Scott's WorldConnect tree at Rootsweb.com gives James Clarence Tyner's birthdate as June 1, 1880, which can't possibly be correct, and also has William Isham Tyner (son of Ms. Sheffield) with these dates, which don't match those of other sources:
Birth: 1 Jun 1855
Death: 1 Jun 1925
His source was Karen Yaklin; kyaklin at earthlink.net

23 Jan 1920
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Donalsonville, Decatur, Georgia; Roll: 191; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 36; FHL microfilm: 1240191.
William Tiner...27...Oct 1872...GA, GA, GA...married 10 years
Lonie E Tiner...29..April 1871....GA, GA, SC
Elmore B Tiner...8...May 1882...GA, GA, GA
Eulie Tiner...5...Jan 1895...GA, GA, GA
Chas W Tiner...1...Aug 1898...GA, GA, GA
Addis R Tiner...15...GA, GA, GA...sister

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Jakin, Early, Georgia; Roll: T624_184; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 0087; Image: 519; FHL microfilm: 1374197.
Will I Tiner...36...GA, GA, GA...farmer...married 20
Loney E Tiner...39...GA, GA, GA...8 children, 6 living
Elmer B Tiner...19...GA, GA, GA...farm hand
Walter Tiner...11...GA, GA, GA.
Ida M Tiner...6...GA, GA, GA.
Wyan Tiner...5...GA, GA, GA.
Laura M Tiner...2...GA, GA, GA.

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Militia District 1160, Miller, Georgia; Roll: T625_268; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 94; Image: 571.
William Tyner...47...GA, GA, GA...general farmer
Rennia Tyner...24...GA, GA, GA
Ida May Tyner...16...GA, GA, GA
Wynn Tyner...14...GA, GA, GA
Laur Maud Tyner...12...GA, GA, GA
Clarence Tyner...9...GA, GA, GA
Lena Tyner...11/12...dau...GA, GA, GA

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Quincy, Gadsden, Florida; Roll: 316; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 2; Image: 639.0.
Wiliam J Tyner...56...GA, GA, GA...carpenter, house
Reunin Tyner...35...GA, GA, GA
Lena V Tyner...11...GA, GA, GA
Mallie E Tyner...8...GA, GA, GA
Calvin E Tyner...6...GA, GA, GA
Gladys E Tyner...3...FL, GA, GA
Clarence J Tyner...19...GA, GA, GA...carpenter, house

Children of WILLIAM TYNER and ZELLA WILSON include:
.....i....ELMER BUSH TYNER, born 10 May 1892 Colquitt County, Georgia, died 27 Sep 1953 Florida, married IRENE LANCASTER. findagrave.com says he died Sep. 27, 1953 (Inscription: GA.Wagoner QMC WWI ) and is buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida. There's no photo of the headstone, but U.S., Headstone Applications, 1925-1963 (at ancestry.com) backs this up. Florida Death Index says he died in Pinellas County, Florida, in 1953.
.....ii.....SUSIE BELLE TYNER, born 16 Apr 1893 and died 29 Dec 1893 in Miller County, Georgia; buried in Flat Creek Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia, USA.

.....iii.....EULA ELLIN TYNER, born 02 Jan 1895 Georgia, died 25 Jun 1975 Athens, Henderson Texas; married SMILEY WILLIAMS 07 Nov 1909 Early County, Georgia.
.....iv.....CHARLES WALTER TYNER, b. 23 Aug 1900 Miller County, Georgia, died 25 Feb 1968 Weslaco, Hidalgo, Texas.
.....v.....WILLIE BLANCHE TYNER, b. 05 Nov 1901 Miller County, Georgia, died 18 Aug 1902 Georgia, buried Flat Creek Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia.
.....vi...IDA MAY TYNER, b. 07 Jun 1903 Miller County, Georgia, died 19 Sep 1976, buried Flat Creek Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia as Ida Mae Campbell. Married three times.
.....vii.....LAURA MAUDE TYNER, b. 13 Oct 1907 Miller County, Georgia, died 18 Dec 1962. Spouses: Benjamin Chason Newberry and J. Clarence Newberry.
.....viii.....CLARENCE JAMES BENNON TYNER, b. 01 Jul 1910 Miller County, Georgia; died 18 Feb 1988 Tomball, Harris, Texas. He married NAOMI ELLEN THOMPSON 9 May 1932 in Sarasota, Sarasota, Florida, USA.

1132. CHARLES AUGUSTUS TINER (BENJAMIN T. , WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born May 26, 1876 in Early County, Georgia, USA, and died March 06, 1955 in Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA. He married CALLIE DELANA HOUSTON December 01, 1895 in Early County, Georgia, USA, daughter of WILLIAM HOUSTON and VIRGINIA ROBERTS. She was born April 28, 1878 in Early County, Georgia, USA, and died September 29, 1957 in New Hope Community, Early, Georgia, USA. They are buried in Houston Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia.

Notes for CHARLES AUGUSTUS TINER:
WWI Draft Registration Card
Charley Agusta Tiner [Charles Augustus Tiner] age 42
res: R-#1, Colquist, Mills, GA [address hard to read]
b: May 27, 1876
occup: merchant
rel: Mrs. C. A. Tiner of same res add.
phys: tall/med, gray eyes, black hair
DATED: Sept 12, 1918

UNKNOWN DATE AND NEWSPAPER
C. A. TINER, WELL KNOWN EARLY COUNTIAN, DIES
.....Charles Augusta Tiner, 78, a retired farmer and one-time county commissioner, died in a Colquitt hospital on Sunday following an illness of three weeks. Mr. Tiner, who was known by his many friends and acquaintances as "Uncle Charlie," was a native of this county, residing in the New Hope community. He served as a member of the Early County Board of Commissioners from the Cuba district in the early thirties.
.....Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at four o'clock at the New Hope Baptist Church. Conducting the services were the Rev. Pierce Edmunds, assisted by the Rev. W.E. Storey. Interment was in the Houston Cemetery, with the Colquitt Funeral Home in charge of arrangements and the following, all grandsons of the deceased, serving as pallbearers: Lemuel Tiner, Rudolph Hart, Don Tiner, Wilmer Holly, J.C. and Harry Beach. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Callie D. Tiner; two daughters, Mrs. P.W. Hart of Leary and Mrs. Dewey Beach of Panama City, Fla., two sons, Luther and Will Tiner, of Blakely; three brothers, John and Jim Tiner, of Colquitt, and Wright Tiner, of Blakely; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Cooper and Mrs. Addie Mock, both of Blakely. These have the sympathy of friends in their bereavement.

.....i.....EVELYN TINER, b. 01 Nov 1896 Early County, GA; died 23 Apr 1977 Colquitt, Miller, GA.
.....ii.....LUTHER ODELL TINER, b. 18 Dec 1898 Early County, GA; d. 26 Aug 1968 Miller County, GA. He married RUTH MILDRED DYKES, b. 02 Jan 1899, d. 01 Aug 1978 Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama. They share a tombstone in Houston Cemetery, Miller County, Georgia.
.....iii.....VERA DELANA TINER, b. 04 Feb 1902 Early County, GA; d. 13 Oct 1982 Panama City, Bay, FL. She married LONZO DEWEY BEACH.
.....iv.....FLORINE TINER, b. 09 Jan 1904 Early County, GA; married THOMAS ALLEN.
.....v.....CHARLES WILL TINER, b. 23 Mar 1906 Early County, GA; d. in Hentown, Early, GA on 01 May 1985. He married LAURA LEE DANIELS on 30 Jun 1929 in Miller County, Georgia.

1133. ALICE TINER (BENJAMIN T. , WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 11, 1878 in Georgia, USA, and died May 31, 1929 in Georgia, USA. She married CHARLES E. HOUSTON, son of STEPHEN HOUSTON and CATHERINE ROBERTS. He was born October 31, 1871 in Georgia, USA, and died November 07, 1909 in Georgia, USA.

1134. JOHN MADISON TINER (BENJAMIN T. , WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 24, 1880, and died June 18, 1963 in Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA. He married VINA IOLA MIDDLETON, daughter of WILLIAM MIDDLETON and MARY GRIMES. She was born October 06, 1880, and died March 31, 1963 in Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA. Some trees say he married LILA KELLY September 29, 1902 in Baker County, Georgia, USA, but that's impossible, given the census records--must be another John Tiner. This one is buried as John M. Tiner.

Notes for JOHN MADISON TINER:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Militia District 1183, Baker, Georgia; Roll: T624_170; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 0004; FHL microfilm: 1374183
John Tiner...29...GA, GA, GA...farmer, general
Ola Tiner...29...GA, GA, GA...
Lewis Tiner...7...GA, GA, GA...
Clyde Tiner...4...GA, GA, GA...
LouElla Ann Tiner...2...GA, GA, GA...
John Tiner...4/12...GA, GA, GA...
Bollen Middleton...23...GA, GA, GA...farm laborer...working out
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WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
John Maddison Tiner
resides Miller County, GA
DOB 24 Oct 1879
farmer
relative: Mrs. Ola Tiner
medium height/weight, grey eyes, brown hair

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Source: 1920 Census
1920 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Miller > Militia District 903, Enumeration District: District 89, Enumeration Date: 1-15-1920, Sheet # 11A, Printed Page # 197, Image: 3, House: 25, Family: 25
Name ...Rel ... Race ...Sex ... Age ... Marital ... B... FB ...MB ...Occ
John M. Tiner...Head ... W...M...39 ...M... GA, GA, GA...Farmer
Ola Tiner ...Wife... W... F... 39... F ...GA, GA, GA
Darrell Tiner...Son ...W...M...17... S... GA, GA, GA... Assist on Farm
Clyde Tiner...Son... W...M...14...S... GA, GA, GA
Luella Tiner...Dau...W...F...11... S... GA, GA, GA
John Henry Tiner...Son... W...M...9... S... GA, GA, GA
Leslie Tiner...Son... W... M...6... S... GA, GA, GA
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1930 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Miller > Militia District 903, Enumeration District: District 4, Enumeration Date: April 5, 1930, Sheet # 3A, Printed Page # 31, Image 5, House: 45, Family: 46
Name... Rel... Sex ... Race ...Age ... Md?/Age md. ...PB...FB... MB ...Occ
John M. Tiner...Head...M ...W...49...M/age 21... GA, GA, GA...Farmer
Viney I. Tiner ...Wife...F... W...49... M/age 21... GA, GA, GA
Leslie Tiner...Son... M ... W...19...S ... GA, GA, GA...Laborer
Mildred E. Tiner...Dau ...F...W... 8... S... GA, GA, GA
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Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Colquitt City and Boykin Town, Miller, Georgia; Roll: T627_694; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 100-4A
J. M. Tiner...59...GA...6th grade education...farmer...rents home, $5...income from other sources
Ola Tiner...59...GA...6th grade education
Mildred Tiner...19...GA...high school, 4th yr...daughter
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Ancestry.com. Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.
John M. Tiner
Died 18 June 1962 Miller County, Georgia, 81 years old
Certificate 20254
and
Vina I. Tiner
Died 31 Mar 1963 Miller County, Georgia, 82 years old
Certificate 16577

Children of JOHN TINER include:
.....i.....LEWIS EURELL TINER, b. 10 Oct 1902 Georgia, married GOLDENE CRAWFORD, and d. 15 Jun 1988 Colquitt, Miller, Georgia.
.....ii.....CLYDE TINER, b. about 1906 Georgia.
.....iii.....LOU ELLA SEATON TINER, b. 20 Jan 1908 Georgia; died 3 Aug 1992 Albany, Dougherty, Georgia, USA. She married STEVEN COWART 23 Dec 1923 Colquitt, Miller, Georgia.
.....iv.....JOHN HENRY TINER, born 28 Dec 1909 Georgia, married LUCILLE POPE, and died 10 Dec 1984 Polk County, Florida.
.....v.....LESLIE TINER, b. 28 Oct 1913 Georgia, d. 03 Sep 1965 Florida, married RUBY LOUISE TABB.

.....vi.....MILDRED E. TINER, b. abt 1922 Georgia.

1135. SUSAN IDA TINER (BENJAMIN T., WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 13, 1887, and died June 17, 1965. She married WILLIAM LESTER COOPER, son of WILLIAM COOPER and MARY KEMP. He was born June 25, 1880, and died July 24, 1962.

Notes for WILLIAM LESTER COOPER:
1910 Cuba, Early Co, GA
#117 William L Cooper ...30 ...m1 ...GA, GA, GA Ida Cooper... 22... m1... wed 5 yrs ...3 kids, 2 living ...GA, GA, GA Marion Cooper...son... 2... GA, GA, GA Bob Cooper... son... 5/12... GA, GA, GA

1920 Cuba, Early Co, GA dist 71
#81 William L Cooper ...39... GA, SC, SC
Susan I Cooper ...32 ...GA, GA, GA
Marion Cooper ...11...GA, GA, GA
Tromas Cooper ...9...GA, GA, GA
Louize Cooper ...7...GA, GA, GA
John I Cooper ...7/12...GA, GA, GA

#79 John C Broadwater... 26...GA, GA, GA
Minnie L Broadwater...28...GA, GA, GA
James M Broadwater...3 2/12 ...GA, GA, GA
Benjamin Tiner... fatherinlaw... 69... wd...GA, GA, GA

1930 Cuba, Early Co, GA Dist 9
#155 William L Cooper (shown as Carper on index) ...49...GA, GA, GA
Ida Cooper ...42...GA, GA, GA
Louisa Cooper ...18...GA, GA, GA
John I Cooper ...14...GA, GA, GA

WWI Registration Card
William Lester Cooper age 38
res: 127, Colquitt, Miller Co. GA
b. June 25, 1880
occup: farming
rel: Mrs. W. L. Cooper of same res addr
phys: med/med, blue eyes, light colored hair
DATED: Sept 12, 1918

1136. BENJAMIN WRIGHT TINER (BENJAMIN T., WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born October 18, 1895, and died September 19, 1982 in Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA. He married (1) ZEMMER LEE DAVIS Abt. 1915, daughter of DREW DAVIS and MINNIE HOUSTON. She was born May 23, 1897 in Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA, and died March 17, 1947 in Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA. He married (2) MATTIE ROBERTS REYNOLDS April 03, 1948 in Colquitt, Miller County, Georgia, USA. She was born March 02, 1891, and died January 29, 1973. He is buried beside Zemma Lee in Flat Creek Cemetery, Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA. Mattie is buried in Union Missionary Baptist Cemetery, Colquitt, Miller, Georgia.

Notes for BENJAMIN WRIGHT TINER:
World War I Draft Registration Card (June 5, 1917)
Wright Benjamin Tiner
Born 18 Oct 1896 Colquitt, Miller, Georgia
farms for self
wife and one child
short, medium build, blue eyes, black hair

1920 Census, 1160-Militia Dist, Miller Co, GA
roll 268, pg 265, sheet 6B, E.D. 93, 12 Jan 1920
dwelling/family 132/132
Wright Tiner... head... age 23... b. GA, GA, GA
Zemma Tiner...wife... age 21... b. GA, GA, GA
Cosby Tiner...son...age 3... b. GA, GA, GA

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Militia District 1160, Miller, Georgia; Roll: 376; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 151.0; FHL microfilm: 2340111. April 8, 1930.
Ben W. Tiner...33...GA, GA, GA...farmer
Zemna Tiner...32...GA, GA, GA...wife
Cosby Tiner...13...GA, GA, GA...son
Louie Tiner...8...GA, GA, GA...son
Elouise Tiner...6...GA, GA, GA...dau
Stanley Tiner...1 11/12...GA, GA, GA...son
John Tiner...79...GA, GA, GA...father H

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: , Miller, Georgia; Roll: T627_694; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 100-8.
B. Wright Tyner...44...GA, GA, GA...7th grade education...owns home, worth $500...
Zemma Tyner...42...GA, GA, GA...7th grade education
Louie Tyner...18...GA, GA, GA...high school 2... son
Elsie Tyner...16...GA, GA, GA...high school 3...dau
Stanley Tyner...12...GA, GA, GA...6th grade...son
Bobbie Tyner...6...GA, GA, GA...son

1137. LULA E. TYNER (CHARLES GORDON, IVORY STEVEN TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1888 in Oregon, USA. She married OLIVER E. LEE. He was born Abt. 1883 in California, USA.

Notes for LULA E. TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Sacramento, Sacramento, California; Roll: 185; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 44; Image: 1003.0.
Oliver E Lee...47...CA, IN, IN...$40...married age 23...passenger conductor, railroad
Anna Lee...52...CA, Germany, IL...married age 22
Louis Ankle...36...lodger
Catherine A Wattson...85...mother-in-law
Anna A Underhill...34...lodger
Harriett C Stearns...42...lodger

WORLD WAR II DRAFT
Name: Oliver Edward Lee
Birth Date: 5 Dec 1882
RESIDENCE: Oakland, California
Birth: Banta, California
Race: White
Roll: WWII_1838220
Southern Pacific Co.
relative: E. W. Lee, Tracy, CA

1138. HOMER ALBERT TYNER (JOHN W., IVORY STEVEN TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 13, 1888 in Tarrant County, Texas, USA, and died April 20, 1951 in King's County, California, USA. He married SUSIE ALLEN ROLLINS. She was born January 24, 1898 in Bluffdale, Erath, Texas, USA, and died May 31, 1975 in Glendale, Los Angeles, California, USA. Homer is buried in Lemoore Cemetery, Lemoore, Kings, California.

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Hewitt, Carter, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1455; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 54; Image: 214
Homer Tyner...30...TX, TX, TX...rents home...can read/write...boiler maker
Fanny Tyner...21...TX, TN, TN
Banida Tyner...5...OK, TX, TX...dau
Madaline Tyner...3 6/12...OK, TX, TX...dau
Garvin Tyner...1 5/12...OK, TX, TX...son

Children of HOMER TYNER and SUSIE ROLLINS include:
.....i.....ONIDA MAE TYNER, born Mar. 31, 1914 Oklahoma, USA, and died 01 Jan 1998 Butte County, California, USA. Onida married JIMMIE CARL ALLEN, b. 04 Apr 1905 Georgia, d. 08 Jan 1950 Kingsville, Kleburg, Texas, USA. She is buried in Section: Vale of Peace, Map A48, Lot # 4362, Space # 2 of Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. Sources include Tina Peters' postings at findagrave.com
.....ii.....MARY MADALINE TYNER, born 01 Jun 1916 Oklahoma, married ? SMITH, died 25 Sep 1996. As Mary Madolene Tyner Smith, she's buried in Plot: Devotion, Map A58, Lot 7925, Space 2 of Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.
.....iii.....GARVIN M. TYNER, born 05 Aug 1918 Oklahoma, died 30 Jun 1989.

1139. CLAUDE ELMER TYNER (JOHN W., IVORY STEVEN TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 03, 1891 in Tarrant County, Texas, USA, and died March 07, 1979 in Roswell, Chaves, New Mexico, USA buried in South Park Cemetery there. He was a private in World War I. He married (1) MYRTLE SAMPLES August 13, 1920 in Greer County, Oklahoma. He married (2) BERA ALVA WINTER July 09, 1925 in Brinkman, Greer, Oklahoma, USA. She was b. 05 Oct 1896 Texas, died 12 Dec 1994 Modesto, Stanislaus, California, and was buried as Beray Kadosh, sharing a tombstone with her mother. Three children.

.....i.....DOUGLAS LARRY TYNER b. 28 Nov 1925 New Mexico, died 14 Sep 1997 Stanislaus County, California.
.....ii.....HARVEY CARL TYNER, b. 09 Nov 1928 Greer County, Oklahoma; died 17 May 2003; buried in San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery, Santa Nella Village, Merced, California. Served in US Army in Korea.
.....iii.....

1140. LEE ARTHUR TYNER (JOHN W. , IVORY STEVEN TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 24, 1894 in Texas, USA, and died 1952 in Roswell, Chaves, New Mexico, USA, buried in Gotebo Cemetery, Gotebo, Kiowa, Oklahoma, USA. He married JOSIE HARRIS September 28, 1912 in Greer County, Oklahoma, USA. She was born November 14, 1896 in Texas, USA, and died August 21, 1968 in San Bernadino County, California, USA. Four children.

1141. WALTER VERNON TYNER (JOHN W., IVORY STEVEN TINER, JOHN S. TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 18, 1910 in Brinkman, Greer, Oklahoma, USA, and died November 23, 1970 in Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas, USA. Buried in Plot: Block B2, Section 24, Site 7 of Riverside Cemetery, Wichita Falls, Wichita, TX. He married (1) VELMA OPIE WHITE August 27, 1932 in Walter, Cotton, Oklahoma, USA. Velma was b. 27 Sep 1906, d. 10 Nov 1985 in Wichita Falls, and buried in Garden of Rest Block G Lot 18 Space 3 of Crestview Memorial Park in Wichita Falls. He married (2) MAY MAXINE KENNEDY May 10, 1946 in Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas. One child.

WORLD WAR II ENLISTMENT
Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD. Name: Walt V Tyner
Birth Year: 1910
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Oklahoma
State of Residence: Oklahoma
County or City: Kiowa
Enlistment Date: 24 Jul 1942
Enlistment State: Texas
Enlistment City: Abilene
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor
Marital Status: Divorced, with dependents
Height: 69
Weight: 150

1142. ELEANOR JANE HIBBS (JAMES ADMIRE, NEWTON J., OBEDIENCE RHODA TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 18, 1882, and died April 07, 1970 in Tulare County, California, USA. She married JAMES BELMONT HENDRICKS November 04, 1900 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, son of ELKANAH HENDRICKS and SARAH GILMORE. He was born Abt. 1877, and died March 10, 1962 in Tulare County, California.

1143. DENNIS BUSHYHEAD HIBBS (JAMES ADMIRE, NEWTON J., OBEDIENCE RHODA TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 18, 1884 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), and died Abt. 1923. He married MARY ETTA PAYNE July 05, 1907 in Craig County, Oklahoma, USA. She was born Abt. 1885 in Indian Territory.

Notes for DENNIS BUSHYHEAD HIBBS: These dates are the date filed. marriage date would be close to this date?

Craig MLI-0I-00031 07/05/1907 Plaintiff - HIBBS, DENNIS B
HIBBS, DENNIS B vs. PAYNE, MARY MARRIAGE LICENSE (COUNSELING)

1144. LAURA ELLEN HIBBS (JAMES ADMIRE, NEWTON J., OBEDIENCE RHODA TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 05, 1887 in Wauhillua, Oklahoma, and died May 12, 1964 in Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, USA. She married ALBERT FRANKLIN HENDRICKS December 23, 1904 in Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma, son of ELKANAH HENDRICKS and SARAH GILMORE. He was born October 13, 1879 in Pike County, Missouri, and died September 08, 1955 in Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, USA.

Notes for LAURA ELLEN HIBBS:
PER MARCIA JOAN HENDRICKS:
..."Laura was about as close to being a saint as any living being could ever be. She raised her brood of 12 children with love and kindness. Albert was not an easy man to live with yet she stayed with him till the day he died, which was over 50 years.
...Her first born was dead at birth and the doctor told her she would never have another child, the next born, Cleora lived and the next, a boy, died, she continued having children until 12 were born. She was always home when we arrived from school, baking bread that you could smell walking up the steps and made you hungry for a piece the min. you walked in the door.
...Her last few years on this earth were lonely for her and she moved as close to some of her grandchildren as she could, she loved children so. She had a home remedy for everything that ever happened to the children, as she had to have since there was no money for doctors. She suffered with kidney stones for years before she finially had to go to the hospital. She lost one eye due to cataracts and had a glass eye put in. She never could see well after that. There are so many things in this world she never got to experience. Foods, travel, good health but she never complained. She had a saying for every occassion that could make you feel good. We all loved her and we all took advantage of her good nature i'm sorry to say.
...She could turn a flour sack into a pretty skirt or dress without having a pattern to work with. Housework was not her favorite passtime but she was a wonderful cook. Through the years of moving around with albert she picked up some wonderful ethenic ways of stretching a pound of hambuger.
...She was my protector since i was the last girl child still at home with 4 brothers and a father that all loved to tease me. They loved to get my attention away from my food at mealtime and then steal the food off my plate. What a lot of fun we all had. Hard times but a lot of good times.
...Having found a record of her marriage to Albert Hendricks, she stated she was 18 yrs of age but she was only 17. She was married on december 23, 1904, in Vinita, Oklahoma. Albert Hendricks was 25.

"Notes for Albert Franklin Hendricks:
..."The marriage began by the two running away together in a horse and buggy that belonged to the brother of Albert (James Belmont) and his wife (Aunt Lena) the sister of Laura. The mother and father of Laura Hibbs did not want their daughter to marry Albert because there was already one Hendricks in the Hibbs family and they felt Albert would not make a good son-in-law.
..."He was a hard worker and the marriage proved to be a long-lasting one, 51 years, and then death took him. He had high blood pressure and a bad heart. I have always felt that if he had. Had the opportunity to go to school beyond the 3rd. Grade he could have done most anything he set his mind to do. He was very intellegent considering his lack of education. He was very industrious and proved that many times by working to improve the yard and surroundings of the rundown homes we had to live in through the years of depression. Although he was not an easy man to live with all the children loved him and tried to please him though at times it seemed they didn't. He expected too much from each of us; but we all turned out to be good citizens; never went to jail or broke the law, paid our taxes and had nice families of our own.
..."I'm sure he was proud of each of us though he had a hard time showing affection. I remember how he loved cats and I always had at least one around. He would always save something in his lunch box for Charles and I to have when he came home from work. He always had the most beautiful veg. garden and I have never seen one to equal his. I was the last of 14 children so I had it a little easier than some of the older ones, but dad would rather tease me than almost anything else and being the last girl at home with 4 boys and dad was not always easy.
..."He died of high blood pressure and a heart attack in 1955 in the home he built along with his sons in Winfield, Kansas. After his death Laura, his wife, moved to Oxford, Kansas in a trailer home on the farm of Robert lz Hendricks, her son. She died in 1964 also of heart trouble and high blood pressure."

1145. SARAH ISABELLA HIBBS (JAMES ADMIRE, NEWTON J., OBEDIENCE RHODA TYNER, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 17, 1892 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, and died August 12, 1973 in West Covina, Los Angeles, California. Sarah was last known to live in Baldwin Park, California.She married ELIAS MANLEY STILLWELL June 11, 1910, son of ELIAS STILLWELL and ABIGAILE ELMORE. He was born October 30, 1881 in Missouri, and died March 16, 1953 in Tulare, Tulare, California.

1146. CARTER BLACKSTONE TYNER (LEWIS CARTER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 17, 1855 in Tahlequah, Cherokee County, Indian Territory, and died September 28, 1923 in Skiatook, Osage, Oklahoma, USA. He married (1) ESTHER JANE TIBLOW Abt. 1873. She was born 1860, and died in childbirth January 24, 1889 in Oklahoma. He married (2) MATTIE ELIZABETH MILLER January 29, 1891 in Claremore, Rogers, Oklahoma. She was b. 17 Oct 1855 Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma and died 28 Sep 1923 in Skiatook, Osage, Oklahoma, buried in Hillside Mission Cemetery, Collinsville, Tulsa, Oklahoma. He married (3) CHRISTINA HELEN ELDER February 26, 1893 in Skiatook, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, daughter of LANDON ELDER and SUSAN GREENUP. She was born May 23, 1870 in Cass County, Missouri, USA, and died September 11, 1951 in Sperry, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. She's buried in the South Side Section 1 Row 25 North of Hillside Mission Cemetery, Collinsville, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Notes for CARTER BLACKSTONE TYNER:
Carter and Martha Keys (formerly Miller) got a divorce.

MUSKOGEE AND NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA (1922), p. 208:
...Carter B. Tyner, Sr., is a native son of Oklahoma and a representative in both the paternal and maternal lines of honored pioneer families of the state. He has reached the age of sixty-six years and is now living largely retired upon his ranch near Skiatook after many years of active connection with farming and stock raising interests of Washington county.
...He was born on Fourteen-Mile creek, near Tahlequah, October 17, 1855, his parents being Lewis C. and Sarah (Parris) Tyner, of Cherokee extraction, and natives of Indian Territory. During the Civil war the father took his family to the Choctaw Nation and served in that conflict as a soldier in the Confederate army. After the close, of hostilities he returned to his farm near Skiatook, in Washington county, and this he continued to operate until his demise in 1896. For many years he had survived the mother, who passed away in 1868. Her father, Moses Parris, was a man of high intellectual attainments and he assisted in framing the constitution of the Cherokee Nation. His death occurred in 1863. To Mr. and Mrs. Tyner were born seven children: Moses, Melisa, James F., Mary E., Bud, Sadie and Carter B.
...Mr. Tyner resides upon the old family homestead, situated in Washington county, six miles north of Skiatook, near the Osage county line, of which his father became the owner previous to the Civil war, and is a gentleman of refined and cultivated tastes. He was at one time identified with mercantile interests, working for the firm of Johnson & Keeler of Ringold, and for four years he was associated with W. C. Rogers, of Skiatook. He was formerly the owner of a large amount of land in this locality but has disposed of all but forty acres, which he farms in connection with his children's ninety-acre allotment, engaging principally in stock raising. He utilized the most progressive and practical methods in the operation of his farm and success in substantial measure rewarded his labors, so that he is now enabled to lay aside the heavier burdens of life and enjoy the fruits of his former toil.
...Mr. Tyner has been married three times. His first wife was Esther J. Tiblow, whom he wedded in 1873, and they became the parents of seven children : Thomas J., Simon, Lydia, Paul Jones, Charles, Maude May and one who died in infancy. For his second wife he chose Mattie Keyes, whom he married in 1891, and two years later he married Christine Elder, by whom he has fourteen children: Carter B., Jr., William H., Mary E., Ada Belle, Lewis F. and Jennie, twins, Leo D., Leonard, Siota, Robert L. Ownes, Beulah, Marshall and Wilson, twins, and Delia, the last named being about two years of age.
...Mr. Tyner's life has been a long, active and useful one, actuated by worthy purposes and crowned with successful achievement, and he worthily bears a name which from pioneer times to the present has been an honored one in the annals of the state.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Township 23, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; Roll: 1844; ; Enumeration District: 0020; FHL microfilm: 1241844.
C. B. Tyner...45...Indian...Indian Territory
C. H. Tyner...29...Indian...KS
C. B. Tyner...4...Indian...Indian Territory...son
M. E. Tyner...2...Indian...Indian Territory...dau
W. H. Tyner...1...Indian...Indian Territory...son
T. F. Tyner...21...Indian...Indian Territory...son
Mary Turner...36...Indian...Indian Territory...sister

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Vera, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1276; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 0259; ; FHL microfilm: 1375289.
Carter B. Tyner...53...OK...Indian...farmer...married 2, age 17
Christeina Tyner...39...MO, KY ...white...married 1, age 17...10 children, 9 living
Carter Tyner...15...OK, OK, MO...Indian
Mary Etta Tyner...14...OK, OK, MO...Indian

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Vera, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1490; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 281; Image: 573.
Carter B Tyner...64...OK, GA, GA...own home...can read/write...white...farmer
Chritina H Tyner...49...KS, KS, KS...white
Louis F Tyner...19...OK, OK, KS...white
Ada B Tyner...18...OK, OK, KS...white
Leo D Tyner...16...OK, OK, KS...white
Leonard Tyner...14...OK, OK, KS...white
Siota M Tyner...11...OK, OK, KS...white
Robert L Tyner...9...OK, OK, KS...white
Beulah Tyner...8...OK, OK, KS...white
Marshall Tyner...5...OK, OK, KS...white
Delilah Tyner...3...OK, OK, KS...white

http://www.interment.net/data/oop/qfullhit.htw?CiWebHitsFile=/data/us/ok/tulsa/hillside/hill%5Ftz.htm&CiRestriction=%20TYNER%20&CiQueryFile=/iissamples/issamples/query.idq&CiBeginHilite=%3CB%20CLASS=HIT%3E&CiEndHilite=%3C/B%3E&CiUserParam3=../search.htm&CiHiliteType=Full
Hillside Cemetery, Collinsville, Tulsa County, Oklahoma Contributed by Charlotte Keen [ jkeen14660 at aol.com ].
Tyner, Anita, b. 2 May 1959, d. no date, s/s Ben Tyner, +, n/t Phillip Tyner
Tyner, Ben, b. 24 Dec 1947, d. 22 Oct 1997, US Air force, s/s Anita Tyner, n/t Phillip E. Tyner
Tyner, Bertha M, b. 1907, d. 1990, s/s Douglas Tyner, married 15 Nov 1925, c/t Phillip Tyner
Tyner, Carrie L, b. 23 Dec 1883, d. 12 Jun 1964, w/o & s/s Thomas Tyner, see Anna Willits
Tyner , Carter B, b. 1855, d. 1923, n/t William Tyner
Tyner, Charles H, b. 10 Jan 1904, d. 5 Mar 1904, Baby, s/o B F & L B Tyner , c/t Mary Tyner
Tyner, Christina Helen (Elder), b. 23 May 1870, d. 11 Sep 1951, 3rd w/o Carter B Tyner , n/t Lewis Tyner
Tyner, Douglas L, b. 1903, d. 1960, s/s Bertha Tyner
Tyner , Emma, b. 1882, d. 1940
Tyner, George Washington, b. 30 Mar 1850, d. 24 Apr 1907, s/o Jackson & Letitia (Gunter) (Keys) Tyner, n/t Mary Tyner, same section as Lulu Tyner
Tyner, Jennie E, b. 28 Jul 1900, d. 17 Oct 1900, d/o C B & G H Tyner, n/t Susan Elder & Woodrow Tyner
Tyner, Lewis Franklin, b. 28 Jul 1900, d. 9 Aug 1959, Okla Pvt CO C2 S1G Tranining BN, WWII, s/o Carter B & Christine Tyner, n/t Christina Tyner
Tyner, Lulu M, b. 1 Jan 1886, d. 17 Aug 1904, s/o S T & K Tyner, d/o St & K Tyner, same section as G W Tyner
Tyner , Margaret, b. 31 Oct 1926, d. no date, s/s Phillip Tyner, +, n/t Elmer Easter, l/s
Tyner, Mary Ann (Elder), b. 14 Apr 1860, d. 30 Jan 1936, Mother, w/o & n/t G W Tyner , c/t Charles H Tyner
Tyner, Phillip B, b. 22 Jun 1923, d. 8 May 1933, BM 2 US Coast Guard, WWII, s/s Margaret Tyner , n/t Anita Tyner
Tyner, Phillip E, b. 10 Oct 1949, d. 3 Oct 1973, Sgt US Air Force, n/t Ben Tyner, c/t Bertha Tyner
Tyner, Thomas Jefferson, b. 1 Mar 1878, d. 16 Dec 1940, s/o Carter B & Esther J (Tiblow) Tyner, s/s Carrie Tyner, see Anna Willits
Tyner, William H, b. 1897, d. 1916, n/t Carter Tyner & Susan Elder
Tyner, Woodrow W, b. 1914, d. 1915, Baby, n/t Jennie Tyner

1147. JAMES FIELDS TYNER (LEWIS CARTER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 08, 1860, and died October 22, 1907 in Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. He married (1) ?. He married (2) ELIZABETH QUATIE CHARLEY March 22, 1892, daughter of SAMUEL CHARLEY and BETSY PANTHER. She was born September 1865 in Kansas, and died 1937 in Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for JAMES FIELDS TYNER:
Were there two wives, or only the one? Marriage date from Starr's Letter Books, F312. (note: maybe this was a second marriage date within the Cherokee Nation?). On James' Cherokee application, he says 1882.

1890 Census, Cherokee Nation, Cooweescoowee District
Page #..Name ..Age..Sex..Married..Occupation
10... 28... James Tyner... NCher.. 30.. M .. Yes.. Farmer
10... 29... Quatie Tyner... NCher.. 26.. F.. Yes
10... 30... Fannie Tyner.. NCher ..08.. F
10... 31... Delilia Tyner ..NCher ..06.. F
10... 32... Aaron Tyner... NCher ..03.. M
10... 33... James Jr. ... NCher...01...M

Our People and Where They Rest by James W Tyner and Alice Tyner Timmons, Norman, OK 1974: 8 vol
Charley cemetery, Vol. 7, Tulsa Co.
#4 Delilah Tyner Chisolm 1884 - 1928
#6 Ralph Tyner 1891 - 1912
#21 James F. Tyner 1860 - 1907

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ok/tulsa/charley/charley.htm
Charley Cemetery Charley Cemetery
Tulsa County, Oklahoma
106th St N & Lewis
Tulsa OK Lat: 36°18'37"N, Lon: 95°56'57"W
Owasso Twp, Sec 8 Contributed by Charlotte Keen, Jul 31, 2002 [ jkeen14660 at aol.com ]. Total records = 47. Turn north off 106th Street North on Lewis, to a blue gate on right side of road. It is about 1¼ mile walk back to cemetery. The cemetery is fenced and well maintained. There is a large white sign at the cemetery. Seal of the Loyal Shawnee Tribe -- Nov 7, 1811. I walked the cemetery in Oct. 2001. Legend:
a/f = At Foot
a/h = At Head
d/o = Daughter Of
h/o = Husband Of
l/s = Like Stone
n/t = Next To
s/o = Son Of
Chisholm, Delilah << Tyner>> , b. 1884, d. 1928, Mother, n/t Quaty << Tyner>> , l/s
Chisholm, James, b. 29 Mar 1889, d. 3 Jan 1951, Okla PVT MG CO 144 Inf, WWI
<< Tyner>> , Cardelia McKee, b. 17 Dec 1901, d. 10 Feb 1991, Mother
<< Tyner>> , James F, b. 25 Mar 1888, d. 22 Nov 1954, Okla PVT 306 Fld RMI Sq QMC, WW I
<< Tyner>> , James F, b. 8 Apr 1860, d. 22 Oct 1907, FLT--Oddfellows, footstone, a/t Ralph << Tyner>>
<< Tyner>> , Quaty, b. 1965, d. 1937, Mother, n/t Delilah << Tyner>> Chisholm, l/s
<< Tyner>> , Ralph, b. 19 Feb 1891, d. 30 May 1912, a/h James << Tyner>>

According to www.findagrave.com, on Elizabeth Quattie Charley
Birth: 1865
Death: 1937
Wife of James F. Tyner, Sr.; parents of Fanny; Delilah(Chisholm); Aaron; James F. Jr.; Ralph; & Minnie C.Tyner. Dau. of Samuel & Betsy Charley

findagrave.com page for Quatey Charley Tyner has a picture of her and her tombstone.

BIOGRAPHIES OF THE CHEROKEE INDIANS
(See Carter)-James Fields, son of Lewis and Sallie (Parris) Tyner, married Quatie Charley and they were the parents of Delilah, born June 3, 1883; Aaron, born December 22, 1886; James, born March 26, 1888; Ralph, born February 19, 1891 and Minnie Christine Tyner. Aaron Tyner was educated in the Male Seminary. He married Susie Fields. He is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows fraternity and is a substantial farmer near Sperry. Lewis Tyner was born in 1837. Married Sallie, daughter of Moses and Mary (Langley) Parris, born in 1883. She died March 15, 1868 and he died October 10, 1894. They were the parents of James Fields Tyner.

Children of JAMES TYNER and ELIZABETH CHARLEY:
.....i.....DELILAH CHRISTINE TYNER, born 03 Jun 1884 Indian Territory, died abt. 1928, Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
.....ii.....AARON T. TYNER, born 22 Dec 1886 Indian Territory.
.....iii.....JAMES FIELDS TYNER, born 26 Mar 1888 Indian Territory, died 22 Nov 1954 Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Wife BELLE E. HOGUE was born 08 Oct 1894 Oklahoma and died 21 Sep 1977 Sperry, Tulsa, Oklahoma, buried in Sam Charley Cemetery, Sperry, Tulsa, OK. Veterans' tombstone inscribed with Okla PVT 306 Fld RMI Sq QMC, WW I. She m. (2) NED BROOKS after the 1930 census and shares a tombstone with him in Sperry Rest Haven Cemetery, Sperry, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Owasso, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1486; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 178; Image: 41. February 1920
James Tyner...32...OK, OK, KS...Indian....farmer...owns home...can read/write
Belle Tyner...23...OK, IL, IA...white
James Tyner...4...OK, OK. OK...white
Delilah Tyner...2...OK, OK, OK...white

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Sperry, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Roll: 1933; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 42; Image: 968.0; FHL microfilm: 2341667.
Belle E. Tyner...34...OK, IL, IA...$800...no job...widowed...married at 17...white
James A. Tyner...14...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Delilah C. Tyner...12...OK, OK, OK...Indian

.....iv.....RALPH TYNER, born 19 Feb 1891, died 30 May 1912.
.....v.....MINNIE CHRISTINE TYNER, born 21 April 1901 Oklahoma.

1148. DANIEL WEBSTER TYNER (LEWIS CARTER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 1875 in Indian Territory. He married SUSAN CHARLEY Abt. September 1900 in Muskogee County, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. "Lucy"'s marriage to Lewis ended in divorce.

Notes for DANIEL WEBSTER TYNER:
Muskogee MLI-0J-00058 08/27/1900 Plaintiff - TYNER, DANIEL WEBSTER
TYNER, DANIEL WEBSTER and TIBLEAN, SUSIE MARRIAGE LICENSE

1149. BUSHYHEAD F. TYNER (LEWIS CARTER , NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 1880 in Indian Territory, and died October 12, 1902. He married CHRISTINE D. EVANS March 19, 1902 in Missouri. She was born 1885, and died 1969. Both are buried in Cayuga Cemetery, Cayuga, Delaware, Oklahoma.

1150. RACHEL TYNER (LEWIS CARTER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 06, 1886 in Indian Territory, and died June 1978 in Shawnee, Pottawatomie, OK. She married RILEY MITCHELL HOOD Abt. 1909 in Oklahoma, son of PETER HOOD and NANCY ALFORD. He was born Abt. 1885 in Indian Territory, and died Abt. 1965 in Oklahoma.

Notes for RACHEL TYNER:
3/4: Cherokee/Adopted Shawnee
Census: 1890, #5840-Cooweescoowee District
Dawes Roll 1902-07: # 24539, Census Card # 4330-Cooweescoowee District-Skiatook as Rachel Tyner
Guardian: 1896, James Tyner
Miller Roll 1906-09: None
O.S. payroll-1894-96: Pg. 337, 338, 339 as Rachel Tiner-8 yrs.-Skiatook, IT (James Tiner, Gdn.)

1150A. DAVIS TYNER (LEWIS, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) , b. June 15, 1889, Osage County, Indian Territory; d. October 26, 1962, Oklahoma; m. SALLIE HOOD, born 27 Mar 1895, died 31 May 1977, also buried in Tecumseh Mission Cemetery, Tecumseh, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for DAVIS TYNER:
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Rock Creek, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma; Roll: 1929; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 57; Image: 112.0; FHL microfilm: 2341663
Davis Tyner...40...Indian...married at 24...OK, Mixed, Cherokee...farmer, general
Sallie Tyner...34...Indian...married at 19...OK, Mixed, Shawnee
Ellen F. Tyner...15...Indian...OK, Mixed, Shawnee
Wallace L. Tyner...13...Indian...OK, Mixed, Shawnee
Rachel E. Tyner...8...Indian...OK, Mixed, Shawnee
Murial J. Tyner...2 3/12...Indian...OK, Mixed, Shawnee

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Rock Creek, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma; Roll: T627_3327; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 63-41B
Davis Tyner...50...Indian...OK...7th grade education...owns home worth $800...laborer...income: $600
Sallie Tyner...44...Indian...OK...high school, 2 yr
Ellen Fern Tyner...25...Indian...OK...college, 4 yr
Eleanor R. Tyner...18...Indian...OK...high school, 4 yr
Muriel Jene Tyner...12...Indian...OK...

3/4: Cherokee/Adopted Shawnee
Burial: Tecumseh Mission Cemetery, Pottawatomie Co, Oklahoma
Census: 1890, #5841-Cooweescoowee District
Dawes Roll 1902-07: # 24530, Census Card # 4330-Cooweescoowee District
Miller Roll 1906-09: None
O.S. payroll-1894-96: Pg. 337, 338, 339 as Davis Tiner-6 yrs.-Skiatook, IT (James Tiner, Gdn.)

See family picture at http://wesisimoshawnee.net/FAMILY/RICK.HTML

Children of DAVIS TYNER and SALLIE HOOD are:
.....i.....ELLEN FERN TYNER, b. abt. 1917 Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma; married ? WAPP.
.....ii.....WALLACE LOUIS TYNER, b. 02 Feb 1917 Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma; married (1) Miriam Marmon; (2) Edythea ?; died 04 Oct 2000 Clinton, Custer, Oklahoma, USA. Buried in Tecumseh Mission Cemetery, Tecumseh, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, USA.

published in the Shawnee News Star, October 7, 2000
…..Lifelong Shawnee resident Wallace Louis Tyner died Wednesday in Clinton. He was 83.
…..Tyner was born Feb. 2, 1917, in Shawnee, the son of Davis and Sally (Hood) Tyner.
…..He graduated from Shawnee High School in 1934, and from Haskell Junior College in Kansas in 1936.
…..A prisoner of war in Germany for 13 months, Tyner served with the Air Corps during World War II.
…..Before retiring, he lived in Lashkargah, Afghanistan for three years.
…..Tyner retired from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation after 37 years of service. He later worked for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and the Absentee Shawnee Tribe, and served on the tribal constitution committee.
…..He was a member of the Absentee Shawnee Tribe, and active in the elders group. Tyner also participated in the Elks, AARP, and the Oklahoma chapter of POWs.
…..He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church of Shawnee, and was a church elder.
…..He was preceded in death by his first wife, Miriam Marmon; his parents; and a sister, Ellen Fern Wapp.
…..Survivors include his wife, Edythea "Edie" Tyner; a daughter and her fiancÈ, Christine Winterowd and Hoyt Brewer; son and daughter-in-law, Philip and Cindy Tyner; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Elenor and Basil Crossley; and Gene Parker; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
…..Memorials may be made to United Presbyterian Church of Shawnee.
…..Following cremation, a memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, at the United Presbyterian Church. Graveside services will follow in Tecumseh Cemetery.
.....iii.....RACHEL ELEANOR TYNER, born 18 Jul 1921 Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma; married BASIL W. CROSSLEY 20 Mar 1943; died 19 Jan 2001. Buried in Tecumseh Mission Cemetery, Tecumseh, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, USA. Picture posted at http://www.findagrave.com page for Rachel Eleanor Tyner Crossley.
Shawnee News-Star, January 21 2001
…..Rachel Eleanor (Tyner) Crossley died Friday in Shawnee. She was 79.
…..She was born in Shawnee on July 18, 1921, the daughter of Davis and Sallie (Hood) Tyner.
…..Mrs. Crossley was a graduate of Shawnee High School and attended Oklahoma A & M (OSU) for two years.
…..On March 20, 1943, she married Basil W. Crossley. The couple purchased a farm in the Rose Hill, Kansas community. In 1962, they moved to Norman. She moved to New Mexico in 1970 and to the Tecumseh area in 1973.
…..While living in Wichita, Kansas, she worked in quality control with Beech Aircraft.
…..Mrs. Crossley was a member of the Absentee Shawnee Tribe and the Tribal Elders Council.
…..Preceding her in death were her parents; sister, Fern Wapp; and brother, Wallace Tyner.
…..Survivors include her husband of the home; daughters and son-in-law, Rachel Ann Crossley of Albuquerque, N.M. and Ruth Ellen and Mark Harder of Oklahoma City; sons and daughters-in-law, Burton Jay and Tessie Crossley of Elmo, Texas, Joseph Tyner Crossley of Dallas, Texas, and Orin and Camille Crossley of Oklahoma City; sister, Muriel Gene Parker of Tecumseh; sister-in-law, Edie Tyner of Shawnee; nine grandchildren, Jeff Crossley, Leah Donnahoe, Tamara Gillespie, Jesse Crossley, Caroline Crossley, Cathleen Crossley, John Crossley, Stephanie Gardiner and Shannon Crossley; and five great-grandchildren.
…..Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Cooper Funeral Chapel. LaRon Branson and Ron Johnson will officiate. Burial will be at the Tecumseh Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Cooper Funeral Home, Tecumseh.
.....iv.....MURIEL GENE TYNER 1151. ANNA TYNER (ALEXANDER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 01, 1872 in Tyner Creek, Skiatook, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), and died April 08, 1948. She married CHARLES WARD EATON April 28, 1895, son of FRANCIS EATON and RACHEL WARD. He was born March 17, 1870 in Linn County, Kansas, and died September 06, 1949.

1152. FRAZIER MCLISH TYNER (SEABORN THORNE TYNER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born August 05, 1877 in Cleveland, Pawnee County, Indian Territory, and died July 14, 1950 in La Junta, Otero, Colorado, USA. He married MARGARET MABEL DODGE June 10, 1905 in Cleveland, Pawnee County, Indian Territory. She was born August 03, 1887 in Nowato County, Oklahoma, USA, and died December 04, 1973 in Lamar, Prowers, Colorado, USA.

Notes for FRAZIER MCLISH TYNER:
Cherokee Roll #10348 and Chickasaw Roll #3805.
9 Dec 1904, Frazier Tyner the man who accidently shot Clarence King at Lenapah last spring found guilty and sentence pending. In the next issue charges were reversed to not guilty. Taken from the Ramona Paper 1904. (Ramona, Washington County, Oklahoma )

There is a discrepancy in the birth date for Frazier. The "Old Cherokee Families" by Emmet Starr, states his birth date is August 8, 1878.

Census: 1880 Cherokee Roll, Cooweescoowee District, No. 3023, age 2, Native Cherokee.

Pawnee MLI-04-00276 01/10/1905 Plaintiff - TYNER, F M
TYNER, F M vs. DODGE, MABEL M MARRIAGE LICENSE

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Precinct 3, Prowers, Colorado; Roll: T625_169; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 183; Image: 822.
Frazier M Tyner...41...OK, OK, OK...laborer, general farm...Indian
Mable M Tyner...31...OK, Nova Scotia, OK...Indian
Louella M Tyner...14...OK, OK, OK......Indian
Laura E Tyner...12...OK, OK, OK......Indian
Bessie A Tyner...10...OK, OK, OK......Indian
L Geneva Tyner...9...OK, OK, OK......Indian
Maggie Tyner...7...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Loretta Tyner...6...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Jimmie Tyner...4 5/12...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Jack M Tyner...1 8/12...CO, OK, OK...Indian

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Granada, Prowers, Colorado; Roll: 248; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 915.0; FHL microfilm: 2339983
Frazier M Tyner...52...OK, mixed blood, Shawnee...teamster, grading road
Mabel M Tyner...42...OK, mixed blood, Shawnee
Maggie Tyner...17...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Loretta Tyner...16...CO, OK, OK...Indian
James J Tyner...13...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Jack M Tyner...11...CO, OK, OK...Indian
H Donald Tyner...10...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Kathrin I Tyner...8...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Thomas J Tyner...6...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Mabel E Tyner...4 3/12...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Coralie Tyner...2 3/12...CO, OK, OK...Indian
Kenneth W Tyner...5/12...CO, OK, OK...Indian

Children of FRAZIER TYNER and MABEL DODGE:
.....i.....LOUELLA MAMIE TYNER, born 03 Jul 1905 Hillside, Washington, Oklahoma, USA, died March 1981 California, married WILLIAM OTIS WENCE 06 Apr 1922.
.....ii.....BESSIE ALMA TYNER, born 15 Oct 1908 Delaware, Nowata, Oklahoma, USA, married RALPH EMMETT MASSAR 16 Feb 1929, and died 18 Jun 1981 Holly, Prowers, Colorado, USA.
.....iii.....LYDIA GENEVA TYNER, born 18 Jul 1910 Delaware, Nowata, Oklahoma, USA; died 01 Jun 1984 La Junta, Otero, Colorado, USA. She married PHILIP W. PRATHER 09 Jan 1929.
.....iv.....LORETTA BILLIE TYNER, born 01 Dec 1914 and died 07 May 1979, both in Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA. She married EARL RAYMOND HOFFMAN 08 Feb 1932 in Syracuse, Hamilton, Kansas, USA. He was born 08 Jul 1913 in Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, USA.
.....v.....JAMES JEFFERSON TYNER, born 26 Jul 1916 in Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA, and died 22 Jun 1985.
.....vi.....JACK MCLISH TYNER, born 11 Apr 1918 and died 22 Apr 1991, both in Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA. He and wife EDYTHE M. share a tombstone in Hillside Cemetery, Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA.
.....vii.....KATHRYN ILENE TYNER, born 03 Nov 1921 Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA; died 2000 Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA.
.....viii.....THOMAS J. TYNER, born 17 Mar 1924 Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA; died 19 Sep 2001 Lowry City, St Clair, Missouri, USA. Wife ELVA JUNE HASKELL born 11 Jun 1926, died 17 Jul 2008. They share a tombstone in Hillside Cemetery, Granada, Prowers, Colorado, USA. It says he was a Tech 4 in the US Army in World War II.
.....ix.....MABEL ELIZABETH TYNER.

1153. MARY ELIZABETH TYNER (REUBEN BARTLETT, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born June 10, 1886 in Ramona, Cooweescoowee District, Cherokee Nation, IT (now Ramona, Washington, OK), and died April 04, 1964 in Nowata, Nowata, Oklahoma, USA. She married JAMES ORVAL HALL RIDER February 01, 1905 in Ramona, Cooweescoowee District, Cherokee Nation, IT (now Ramona, Washington, OK), son of ALEXANDER RIDER and ELIZABETH GUNTER. He was born January 06, 1876 in Salina, Saline District, Cherokee Nation, IT (now Salina, Mayes, OK)., and died December 27, 1941 in Nowata, Nowata, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH TYNER:
Sources include http://www.nancyward.com/b25185.htm

CRAIG COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
Craig MLI-0D-00069 02/01/1905 Defendant - TYNER, BESSIE
RIDER, JAMES H vs. TYNER, BESSIE MARRIAGE LICENSE (COUNSELING)
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Source Citation: Registration Location: Nowata County, Oklahoma; Roll: 1851892; Draft Board: 0
Name: James Hall Rider
City: Nowata
County: Nowata
State: Oklahoma
Birth Date: 6 Jan 1877
Race: Indian (Native American)
Roll: 1851892
DraftBoard: 0
Age: 41
Occupation: farmer
Nearest Relative: Mary E. Rider
Height/Build: tall, slender
Color of Eyes/Hair: blue, black
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Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Watson, Nowata, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1264; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 133; Image: 1110.
James H Rider ..33...OK, GA, GA...Indian...farmer, stockman
Mary E Rider ...23...OK, GA, unk...Indian
Mary H Rider ...3...OK, OK, OK...Indian...dau
Eva Lucile Rider... 1...OK, OK, OK...Indian...dau
Elizabeth Lain ...15...OK, TN, TN...single...white...laborer, housekeeping...dau
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Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Watova, Nowata, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1478; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 69; Image: 462.
James H Rider... 43...OK, OK, OK...Indian...owns home...can read/write...farmer, general
Mary E Rider ...34...OK, OK, OK...Indian...
James A Rider... 8...OK, OK, OK...white...son
Laura B Rider... 6...OK, OK, OK...white...dau
Ruby Rider... 2 10/12...OK, OK, OK...white...dau
Dowala Rider... 2/12...OK, OK, OK...white...dau
Frank Robinson... 21...OK, OK, OK...Indian...hired man
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Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Watova, Nowata, Oklahoma; Roll: 1916; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 17; Image: 1119.0. James H Rider... 53...OK...Indian, Cherokee...Indian...farming, stock farm
Mary E Rider ...42....OK, Cherokee...Indian
Eva L Rider ...21...OK, Cherokee...Indian...dau
James A Rider ...18...OK, OK, OK...Indian...son
Wanhillan Rider... 16...OK, OK, OK...Indian...dau
Ruby A Rider... 13...OK, OK, OK...Indian...dau
Dowara Rider ...10...OK, OK, OK...Indian...dau
Will R Rider ...3...OK, OK, OK...Indian...son

OBITUARY-JAMES HALL RIDER
NOWATA. Funeral services were held Monday for 64 year old James Hall Rider, pioneer Nowata county rancher and boyhood friend of the late Will Rogers. Rider died early Saturday in a Nowata hospital following a brief illness. Rider and Rogers lived on adjoining ranches in their early youth and later were classmates at Willie Halsell College in Vinita.
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James H. Rider
Birth: 1877
Death: 1941
Burial: Nowata Memorial Cemetery Nowata Nowata County Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Will Babb Record added: Jul 31 2007

Researcher notes:
Starr's Letter Books, B665. Mary Elizabeth Tyner born June 10, 1886.
Mary Elizabeth Tyner was 3/16 Cherokee
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FIND A GRAVE = TOMBSTONE PHOTO
Mary E. Rider
Birth: 1886
Death: 1964
Burial: Nowata Memorial Cemetery Nowata Nowata County Oklahoma,
Created by: Will Babb Record added: Jul 31 2007
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Researcher notes:
Census 1896: #4869 Cooweescoowee District
Dawes #26612
Dawes Census #4406

1154. CENA ADESSA TYNER (REUBEN BARTLETT, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born February 03, 1898 in Indian Territory, and died in Ramona, Washington, Oklahoma, USA. She married HUBERT A. MCANALLY August 05, 1922 in Washington County, Oklahoma, USA, son of JESSE MCANALLY. He was born December 06, 1895 in Caulksville, Logan, Arkansas, USA, and died May 17, 1945 in Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for CENA ADESSA TYNER:
1920 OK Census Okmulgee Co., Beggs, ED 105, Visit 370
H. A. McAnally, roomer, 25, single, lineman for Texas Co., ARK ARK ARK
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1920 OK Census Washington Co., Madison, ED 280, Visit 54
Roxie A. Tyner, head, 50, widowed, saleslady, produce, ARK ARK ARK
George W. Tyner, son, 27, widowed, laborer, oil fields, OK OK ARK
Cena Tyner, dau., 21, OK
Maudene Tyner (sp?), dau., 19, saleslady, dry goods, OK
Grace E. Tyner, dau., 17, OK
Rhuben Tyner, son, 15, OK
Jefferson Tyner, nephew, 49, single, labor on farm, OK
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1930 OK Census Washington Co., Madison, ED 18, Visit 176
H. A. McAnally, head, 35, married at 27, white, drafting contractor, oil field, ARK ARK ARK
Cena McAnally, wife, 32, married at 24, Indian, OK Mixed Blood Cherokee
Anna McAnally, dau., 4.4, Indian, OK Mixed Blood Cherokee
Roxie Tyner, mother in law, 58, widowed, Indian ARK Mixed Blood Cherokee
George Tyner, brother in law, 38, single, Indian, tool dresser, oil field, OK Mixed Blood Cher.
Bartlett Tyner, brother in law, 25, single, Indian, tool dresser, oil field, OK Mixed Blood Cher.
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Place of burial and date of burial:
H.A. Sec 8 Lot 56 Sp. 6 Date of burial: 5-18-1945
Cena Sec 8 Lot 56 Sp. 5 Date of burial: 10-29-1948

FIND A GRAVE = TOMBSTONE PHOTO
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30583368
Cena

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30583422
Hubert A McAnally
Birth: Dec. 6, 1895
Caulksville Logan County Arkansas, USA
Death: May 17, 1945
Bartlesville Washington County Oklahoma, USA
Letter from Memorial Park Cemetery

Place of burial and date of burial:
H.A. Sec 8 Lot 56 Sp. 6
Date of burial: 5-18-1945
Cena Sec 8 Lot 56 Sp. 5
Date of burial: 10-29-1948
Inscription: ARKANSAS
CPL. 142 FIELD ARTY. 39 DIV
DEC. 6, 1895 MAY 17, 1945
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery Bartlesville Washington County Oklahoma, USA
Plot: SEC 8, LOT 56, SP 6

1155. REUBEN BARTLETT TYNER (REUBEN BARTLETT, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 10, 1904 in Indian Territory, and died July 16, 1988 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA. He married JUANITA MARIAN GREENWOOD October 20, 1934 in Washington County, Oklahoma, USA, daughter of JOHN GREENWOOD and FLORA TYNER. She was born December 26, 1913 in Ramona, Washington, Oklahoma, USA, and died October 03, 2004 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA. They are buried in Resthaven Gardens Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1276; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 258; Image: 269.
Baben B Fyner ...64
Roxie A Fyner ...42...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Jeffeson C Fyner ...39
Alexander D Davis ...34
George W Tyner ...17...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Beatrice Tyner ...14...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Cena Tyner... 12...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Mard M Tyner ...10...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Grace E Tyner... 8...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Ruben B Tyner ...5...OK, OK, OK...Indian
Ethel L Crowder ...17

Notes for JUANITA MARIAN GREENWOOD:
Published in The Oklahoman on 10/5/2004.
Juanita Marian Tyner
Juanita Marian, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Oct. 3, 2004 at the age of 90. She was born Dec. 26, 1913 in Ramona, OK to parents John Pippin and May Beatrice (Tyner) Greenwood. Juanita attended Oklahoma Baptist University for one year. She owned and operated Tyner Grocery in OKC and later became secretary for the Capitol Hill Kiwanis Club. Juanita was a faithful member of Capitol Hill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Reubin Bartlett Tyner, Jr.; son in law, Don Morrison; 6 brothers and sisters. Juanita leaves memories with: daughter, Annita May Morrison; 3 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; and 2 great great grandchildren. Services to celebrate her life will be held 10:00 AM Wednesday at Capitol Hill Baptist Church with interment to follow at Resthaven Memory Gardens.
FATHER - John Pipkin Greenwood
MOTHER - Flora May Beatrice Tyner
SPOUSE - Reuben Barlett Tyner Jr
DATE MARRIED - 20 Oct 1934
PLACE MARRIED - Bartlesville, Washington Co, OK

See photo of her grave: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30583043

1156. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TYNER (DAVID JAYNE, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 06, 1875 in Indian Territory, and died April 30, 1950. He married LUCY B. SUMPLIER Abt. 1899. She was born August 1886 in Illinois, USA, and died July 07, 1914.

Children of BENJAMIN TYNER and LUCY SUMPLIER are:
.....i.....ETHEL MARIE TYNER, b. 04 Jan 1900 and d. May 1976 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA.
.....ii.....ROY FRANKLIN SUMPLIER, b. 01 Jul 1901 Indian Territory, d. 11 Feb 1970 Skiatook, Osage, Oklahoma, USA. His wife was named ELIZABETH, last name unknown. Children included PHILIP B. TYNER, born 22 Jun 1923 OK, d. 08 May 1983 Skiatook, Osage, Oklahoma, USA.
.....iii.....CHARLES H. TYNER, b. 10 Jan 1904 and d. 5 March 1904.
.....iv.....WILLIAM LEWIS TYNER, b. 05 Mar 1905 Washington County, Indian Territory; d. 18 May 1916 Oklahoma, USA.
1157. BLUFORD WILLIAM THOMAS (SARA JANE TYNER, NATHAN, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born January 11, 1884 in Pryor Creek Settlement, Indian Territory, and died March 21, 1945 in Tulsa County, Oklahoma. He married (1) SARAH CATHERINE OVERACKER. She was born 1897, and died 1978. He married (2) MINNIE EVELYN BLEVINS December 02, 1904 in Nowata, Cooweescoowee District, Cherokee Nation.

1158. JOHN RAMSEY COBB (MARY RAMSEY, MARY A. TYNER, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born December 21, 1871 in Williamson County, Texas, and died July 18, 1952 in Nowata, Nowata, Oklahoma. He married HATTIE L. CHICK February 14, 1900 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. She was born March 1883 in Kansas.

Notes for JOHN RAMSEY COBB:
1900 - Township 25, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory
John R. Cobb...29...Dec 1870...TX...TX...Indian Territory...farmer...can read and write
Hattie Cobb...17...March 1883...Kansas...England...Iowa

1910 - Watson, Nowata, Oklahoma
John R Cobb...39...TX...TX...OK...general farmer
Hattie Cobb...27...KS...England...IA
Schoolar S Cobb...7...OK...son
Onieva R Cobb...6...OK...son
Preston L Cobb...4...OK...son
Pirl I Chick...18...Kansas...sisterinlaw

1930 - Watova, Nowata, Oklahoma
John R Cobb...59...TX
Hattie L Cobb...47...KS
Preston L Cobb ...24...OK
Russel J R Cobb ...13...OK
Alice W Cobb...3...OK

1159. ABSALOM MCDADE COBB (MARY RAMSEY, MARY A. TYNER, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 21, 1871, and died June 22, 1955 in Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA. He married LILLIETTA JOHNSON August 15, 1897. She was born Abt. 1881.

Notes for ABSALOM MCDADE COBB:
1st to haul drilling equipment from Red Fork to Bartlesville. He used 16 teams.
Marriage filed Muscogee County Cherokee Nation as Mcdade Cobb [26] and Lilly E Johnson [16]. Marriage took place at Bride's home in Skiatook, Cherokee Nation Was named after his paternal grandfather Absalom McDade Cobb. Mack and John were orphaned many times. Listed on Old Settlers Roll 1894-1897 for payment through their mother Mary Ramsey. 1880 Census they were in the orphange at Salinas, IT.

1160. FANNIE TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 26, 1869 in Silver Lake, Washington County, Indian Territory, and died March 31, 1897 in Curl Creek, Washington County, Indian Territory. She married WILLIAM BUCHANAN WALLACE December 25, 1892 in Ringo, Washington County, Indian Territory, son of ANDREW WALLACE and MARY FONTAINE. He was born January 13, 1858 in Ozan, Hempstead, Arkansas, USA, and died January 12, 1936 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. In the Miller Application W. B. Wallace stated that his wife Fannie Tyner died on 30 March 1897. One tree claims he left for California and never returned even for a visit. On 02 Jan 1899 in Osawatomie, Miami, Kansas, he married ALICE MILLICENT DUNBAR and had at least 4 more children.

Notes for FANNIE TYNER:
Fannie died in childbirth. Laura Sears took the baby but he only lived one month and was buried beside his mother in the Keys Cemetery in Washington County. Fannie Tyner's name was spelled like this on her Marriage License. Ruby Wallace Adcock said that her Mother and baby brother are in the Keys Cemetery. Unmarked graves, now known only to God.
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Obituary:
.....Mrs. Frannie Wallace, wife of Brother W. B. Wallace and daughter of Brother Reuben Tyner and wife, was born Nov 26, 1869 and died March 31, 1897. Sister Wallace was converted in early life and became a member of the M. E. Church, South, in which she lived a consistent life until her death. Sister Wallace was the first member of her faimly to profess faith in Christ and had the privilege of being instrumental in the hands of the Lord in leading her father, mother, two sisters and a brother to Christ. Her father has since become an honored and useful local preacher in our church.
.....Sister Wallace was a bright, happy, useful christian, carrying sunshine wherever she went. She was loved by all who knew her and her consistent christian character commanded the respect of all who came in contact with her. She was happily married to W. B. Wallace Dec. 25, 1892. Three chidren blessed their union.
.....The death angel swept down and claimed her on the above date. He found her watching, waiting, ready and willing to answer his summons. She folded her arms quietly and peacefully went to sleep in Jesus and her spirit swept up thorugh the pearly gates into the New Jerusalem. A large concourse of friends followed her remains and on the first of April we laid her quietly to rest in the family cemetery to await the resurrection of the Just. God bless the sorrow-stricken father, mother and husband. May his tender care and divine sympathy be extended to the motherless children.
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BARTLESVILLE EXAMINER-ENTERPRISE 15 AUG 1996
CENTENNIAL FLASHBACK - SILVER LAKE: AREA'S EARLIEST SETTLEMENT.
...Silver Lake, a natural spring-fed lake about a mile and a half south of Hillcrest Country Club, was the site of the first permanent settlement in this area. The lake's clear water and the natural pastures to the east provided an ideal camping spot for Indian hunting parties and later for the establishment of several trading posts, a school and a church.
...In 1860, Joseph Bennett established a trading post near the banks of the lake and began doing business with the Cherokee and Osage Indians. He is believed to be the first white man to settle in the area. Although all of northeastern Oklahoma was then part of the Cherokeee nation, Bennett was able to purchase citizenship rights for $500. Another nearby trading post was operated by Louis Choteau and his employee, George Keeler, who later helped establish the town of Bartlesville.
... Even after Bartlesville grew into the area's economic and social center, the clear waters of the peaceful lake continued to beckon bathers, boaters and picnickers well into the 1920s. At one time, even a merry-go-round twirled at the water's edge.
...Now on private land, Silver Lake is open for public tours during OK Mozart and on other special occasions. All that remains of the early settlement are the stone cellar of an Osage agency commissary and rock outlines that mark the foundations of the Silver Lake Church and the home of John Sarcoxie, a prominent Delaware statesman.
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Assistant Postmaster at Sequoyah in 1892.The Ringo Post Office location was located 3 3/4 mile north and 2 1/4 miles east of Ramona. Ringo was on the mail route that ran from the Austin Post Office to the Ringo Post Office towards Talila. The Austin Post Office was located 1 1/2 miles north of Ramona and 3 miles west.
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First Country Treasurer of Washington County, Oklahoma.
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1900 United States Federal Census Township 25, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Indian Territory; Roll: T623 1843;
Household Members: Name Age
William B Wallace ...42...Jan 1858...Ark, Ark, Ark...white...farmer
Alice M Wallace... 29...Dec 1870...MO, NC, NC
William B Wallace... 6...Dec 1898...Ind Territory, Ark, Ind Territory
Ruby Wallace... 4...Aug 1895...Ind Territory, Ark, Ind Territory
Winnifred Wallace ...2/12...Mar 1900...Ind Territory, Ark, MO
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1920 United States Federal Census Pasadena, Los Angeles, California
Roll: T625_117; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 499; Image: 140.
Household Members: Name Age
William B Wallace ...62...Ark, TN, Ark...rents home...farmer
Alice M Wallace ...49...KS, NC, NC
Percy D Wallace ...16...OK, Ark, KS
Pauline Wallace... 14...OK, Ark, KS
Glen D Wallace... 7...CA, Ark, KS
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W Buchanan Wallace... 72...white
Allice M Wallace... 59
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Death Notice - "BUCK" WALLACE DIES
W. B.(Buck) Wallace, 74 years old, and the first Washington county treasurer, died this week at his home in Pasadena, Calif., according to word received yesterday. Wallace, who lived here for many years, was the husband of the late Fanny Tyner. He moved to California in 1910. Survivors include six children, one of whom is Mrs. Ruby Adcock, a teacher in the Ramona school.
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OBITUARY - WALLACE
William Buchannan Wallace passed away at his home 2019 Casa Gande Street, Jan 12, 1936. He was a native of Ozan, Ark., and had been a resident of Pasadena 25 years. Besides his wife, Mrs. Alice Williamson Wallace, he is survided by three sons; William B Wallace, Amarillo, Tex., Percy Wallace, Los Angeles, and Glen D. Wallace, Pasadena; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Adcock, Ramona, Okla., Mrs. Vivian McClellan, Pasadena, and Miss Pauline Wallace, Long Beach; one brother, Wilson Wallace, Ozan, Ark., and one sister, Mrs. Pattie Weatherford, Austin, Tex.; also three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the chapel of Turner & Stevens Company, Marengo Avenue at Holly Street. Rev J. Henry Hutchins officiating. Interment, Mountain View.

1161. GEORGE EMMETT TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 01, 1875 in Double Creek N, Ochelata, Washington, Oklahoma, USA, and died March 11, 1956 in Porter Hospital, Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA. He died of leukemia. Buried in Plot: Block CC, Lot 42, Grave 6 of Littleton Cemetery, Littleton, Arapahoe, Colorado. He married RITA VERE LARIMORE June 01, 1910 in Independence, Montgomery, Kansas, USA. She was born March 23, 1890 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois, USA, and died December 03, 1955.

Notes for GEORGE EMMETT TYNER: Place of birth for George Emmett Tyner is from R. R. & Almyras's Family Bible.

Miller Roll 27528
Dawes Tribal #10343 "1-16 Blood"

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Madison, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1490; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 280; Image: 532.
Gwreo E Tyner... 44...OK, OK, MO...rents home...can read/write...farming, general
Rita V Tyner ...29...IL, IL, IL
Geneva R Tyner... 8...OK, IL, IL

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Littleton, Arapahoe, Colorado; Roll: 230; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 28; Image: 379.0.
George E Tyner... 55
Rita Tyner ...41
Geneva Tyner ...19

1162. LEONARD PAUL TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 29, 1879 in Double Creek North, Ochelata, Washington, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and died January 01, 1920. He married JESSICA L. HOOK October 22, 1910 in Washington County, Oklahoma, USA, daughter of ALVIN HOOK and AMY BURCH. She was born April 23, 1892 in Kansas, USA, and died July 08, 1986 in Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for LEONARD PAUL TYNER:
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Jessie L. Tyner
Birth: Apr. 23, 1892
Death: Jul. 8, 1986
Burial: Ramona Cemetery Ramona Washington County Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Will Babb Record added: Oct 21 2006

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Leonard P. Tyner
Birth: May 22, 1879
Death: Jan. 1, 1920
Burial: Ramona Cemetery Ramona Washington County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Will Babb Record added: Oct 21 2006

Children of LEONARD TYNER and JESSICA HOOK:
.....i....LAVONNE PHYLLIS TYNER, b. 08 Jan 1913 Ochelata, Washington, Oklahoma; d. 09 May 2004 Claremore Regional Hospital, Claremore, Rogers, Oklahoma. She m. ENCEL KLEIER.
.....ii.....MELVIN LEONARD TYNER, b. 14 Apr 1917 Ochelata, Washington, Oklahoma; d. 05 Feb 2002 Cleveland, Pawnee, Oklahoma. He married (1) EDITH E. MOLER, b. 05 Jan 1910, d. 23 Jan 1987; (2) LELA J. PAPPAN, b. 30 Aug 1932, d. 24 Mar 1994.

1163. JAMES BUCHANAN WEAVER TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 28, 1881 in Double Creek N, Ochelata, Washington, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and died February 03, 1964 in Norman, Cleveland, Oklahoma, USA, buried in Ochelata Cemetery, Ochelata, Washington, Oklahoma. He married ROBERTA MAGNOLIA RINEHART June 17, 1907 in Neosho County, Kansas, USA. She was born May 20, 1889 in Wellington, Sumner, Kansas, USA, and died February 14, 1988 in Norman, Cleveland, Oklahoma, USA. Roberta was buried in Section C of Vernon Cemetery, Coweta, Wagoner, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for JAMES BUCHANAN WEAVER TYNER:
No. 16759
EASTERN CHEROKEES APPLICATION OF
Weaver Tyner
For shares of money appropriated for the Eastern Cherokee Indians by the Act of Con- gress approved June 30, 1906, in accordance with the decrees of the Court of Claims of May 18, 1905, and May 28, 1906

INDIAN OFFICES EASTERN CHEROKEES Rec. FEB 2 1907
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Washington D.C.
SIR:
I hereby make application for such share as may be due me of the fund appropriated by the Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906, in accordance with the decrees of the Court of Claims of May 18, 1905, and May 28, 1906, in favor of the Eastern Cherokees. The evidence of identity is herewith subjoined.

1. State full name English name: Weaver Tyner Indian name: None used
2. Residence: 2 miles south Ochelata
3. Town and post office: Ochelata
4. County: Cherokee Nation
5. State: Indian Teritory
6. Date and place of birth: Cooweeskoowee District Cherokee nation Age 25
7. By what right do you claim to share? If you claim through more than one relative living in 1851, set forth each claim separately:
Reubin Tiner or (Tyner) (f) Elizabeth Tiner or (Tyner) (aunt) City Tiner, George Tiner, Sally Tiner, Jessie Tyner, exact relationship unknown
8. Are you married? No
9. Name and age of wife or husband:
10. Give names of you father and mother, and your mother's name before marriage:
Father - English name: Reubin Tiner or Tyner
Indian name: none
Mother - English name: Almyra Tiner or Tyner
Indian Name: none
Maiden name: Almyra Irons
11. Where were they born?
Father: Present Cherokee Nation Tahlequah District
Mother: In the State of Missouri
12. Where did they reside in 185l, if living at that time?
Father: Present Cherokee nation Tahlequah District Mother: Present Cherokee Nation
13. Date of death of your father and mother Father: 1902 Mother: Living yet
14. Were they ever enrolled for annuities, land, or other benefits? If so, state when and where :
[[could not read answer]]
15. Name all your brothers and sisters, giving ages, and if not living, the date of death: NAME BORN DIED (1) George E Tyner Age 31 (2) Leonard P Tyner age 27 (3) May Greenwood age 29 (4) Emma A Byers age 35 (5) Laura A Tyner age 22 (6) Lula Maud Tyner age 18
16. State English and Indian names of your, grandparents on both father's and mother's side, if possible: FATHER'S SIDE MOTHER'S SIDE Jackson Tyner or Tiner White not included no Indian name Delila Tiner or Tyner no Indian name
17. Where were they born?
East of the Mississippi River in old Cherokee Nation
18. Where did they reside in 1851, if living at that time?
Present Cherokee nation Tahlequah District
19. Give names of all their children, and residence, if living; if not living, give dates of deaths:
(1) English name: Elizabeth Tiner or Tyner, date o death unknown Indian name: none Residence:
(2) English name: Reubin Tyner (my father) died 1902 Indian name: none Residence:
(3) English name: Indian name: Residence:
(4) English name: Indian name: Residence:
(5) English name: Indian name: Residence:
20. Have you ever been enrolled for annuities, land, or other benefits? If so, state when and where:
I drew “strip” funds in 1894, my allotment and all other per-capita payments made during my life.
21. To expedite identification, claimants should give the full English and Indian names, if possible, of there paternal and maternal ancestors back to 1835:
I am unable to answer the above question.
REMARKS (Under this head the applicant may give any additional information that he believes will assist in proving his claims.)

Please observe that the name is spelled two ways. I am enrolled on all the late rolls as (Tyner) and the old way of spelling it seemed to be (Tiner). Owing to the fact that my grand mother was a Seabolt and not being able to learn any thing about that family wish to reserve the right to file all other claims that may here after arise.

Note - Answers should be brief but explicit; the words "Yes," "No, "Unknown, etc., may be used in cases where applicable. Read the questions carefully.
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I solemnly swear that the foregoing statements made by me are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signature) /s/ Weaver Tyner
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of January 1907 My commission expires Aug 31st 1907 /s/ T J Ellis Jr. Notary Public
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AFFIDAVIT (The following affidavit must be sworn to by two or more witnesses who are well acquainted with the applicant.)
Personally appeared before me John C. Duncan and Joanna C. Duncan who. being duly sworn, on oath depsoe and both say they are well acquainted with Weaver Tyner , who makes the foregoing application and statement and have know him for 10 years and 10 years respectively, and know him to be the identical person he represents himself to be, and that the statements made by him are true, to the best of their knowledge and belief and they have no interest in his claim.
Witness to Mark Signature of Witness /s/ John C. Duncan /s/ Joanna C. Duncan
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of January 1907 My Commission expires Aug 31st 1907 /s/ T J Ellis Jr. Notary Public
NOTE - Affidavits should be made, whenever practicable before a notary public, clerk of the court, or before a person having a seal. If sworn to before and Indian agent or disbursing agent of the Indian service, it need not be executed before a notary, etc.
No. 16759 Action: Admitted
Name Weaver Tyner and X children . Residence: Ochelata, Okla.
Reasons:
Applicant born after 1851 Father Reubin Tiner enrolled by Drennen in Tahl 497 [end of line not readable] Note spelling Tyner

See photo at http://www.robtyn.us/genealogy/tyner/tyner_family_photos.htm

OBITUARIES JAMES WEAVER TYNER
.....James Weaver Tyner, 82, a pioneer resident of Washington County, and brother of Mrs. George Sears of Ochelata and Mrs. Maude Nicholson of Bartlesville, died at 2:25 p.m., Monday in Norman, Okla. hospital. He had been in ill health for the past several months and had been a patient in the Norman Hospital eight weeks.
.....The body was removed to Bartlesville and final rites will be announced by the Arnold Moore Funeral Service.

Bartlesville Newspaper, Examiner Enterprise, Wednesday, February 6, 1964 pg 8
JAMES TYNER RITES SLATED FOR THURSDAY
.....Funeral services for Mr. James Weaver Tyner, 82, a native resident of this area, will he held at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Arnold Moore Funeral chapel. Dr. James M Baldwin, pastor of the First Baptist Church will be the officiant and interment will be directed in the Ochelata Cemetery.
.....Mr. Weaver Tyner was the son of Almyra and Reuben R. Tyner, pioneer settlers of this vicinity. He was born near Ochelata, Indian Territory, on July 28, 1881 and he was reared in the southern part of Washington County, attending the Twin Mounds school near Ochelata.
Tyner was identified in the early days farming circles in this vicinity and was a member of the Cherokee Indian Nation. He was employed with the Cherokee Pipeline Company in oilfield development work here until the Cherokee Company was sold to the Sinclair Pipeline. During World War II he was employed with Douglas Aircraft until 1945, when he returned to farming interests until his retirement in 1954.
.....He was a member of the Ochelata First Methodist Church and at one time as the church organist and helped direct the music of the church. Mr. Tyner died at 2:25 p.m. Monday in a Norman hospital, following an extended illness.
.....Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Roberta M. Tyner of Midwest City, Oklahoma; two daughters, Mrs. Hazel Kincaide of Oklahoma City; and Mrs. Louise Karasek of Washington, D.C.;four sons, Jarvis Tyner, Belton, Missouri; Major Robert R. Tyner, Fort Rucker, Alabama; Major Gene T. Tyner, a professor at the Univesity of Ohio, Athnes, Ohio; and Gerald Tyner, Delta, Colorado; two sisters, Mrs. George Sears of Ochelata; and Mrs. Maude Nicholson of Bartlesville; twenty-one grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Notes for ROBERTA MAGNOLIA RINEHART:
Newspaper Examiner Enterprise, 17 Feb 1988 Page 6
..... Mrs. Roberta (Rinehart) Tyner, 98, resident of Norman and former resident of Ramona, died Monday in Norman.
..... Graveside services for Mrs. Tyner will be 1 p.m. Thursday in the Ochelata Cemetery under the direction of the Mayes Funeral Home of Norman.
.... Mrs. Tyner was born May 20, 1889, in Wellington, Kan. She came to this area in 1907. Mrs. Tyner was employed at the bank in Ochlelata. She married James Weaver Tyner, and they made their home in Ramona for many years.
.....Survivors include two sisters; two daughters, Louise Karask of BeFuinak, Fla., and Hazel Kincaide of Norman; and two sons, Gerald Tyner of Delta, Colo., and Gene Tyner of Norman. She was preceded in death by her husband and two sons.

Children of JAMES TYNER and ROBERTA RINEHART include:
.....i.....LOUISE TYNER was born 06 Nov 1902, married HERMAN KARASEK, and died 20 Dec 2005 in DeFuniak Springs, Florida.

Posted at findagrave.com as Louise Magnolia Tyner Karasek:
…...Mrs. Louise Karasek, age 96, died peacefully at her home in DeFuniak Springs Tuesday, December 20, 2005.
…..The daughter of James Weaver and Roberta Rinehart Tyner.
…..Louise was born November 5, 1909 in Ochelata, Oklahoma.
…..Louise Karasek made her home in Washington, D.C. for approximately 50 years earning a masters degree from Oklahoma A&M. She had varied professional careers including working for the Department of Commerce in international trade, teaching, owning and operating a mom and pop grocery store, and managing property with her husband.
…..After moving to DeFuniak Springs in 1983, she enjoyed the pace of small town where she became active in several local organizations including First Baptist Church. Her favorite pastime was spending time with a book or magazine.
…..Mrs. Karasek was predeceased by her husband Herman to whom she was married for 43 years, one sister and four brothers.
…..Mrs. Karasek is survived by three daughters: Dorothy Karasek of DeFuniak Springs, Mary Treece and husband Clarence of Jefferson City, Tennessee, and Martha Dees and husband Art of DeFuniak Springs.
…..She is survived by seven grandchildren David Freeman, Christi Edge, Aaron Underwood, Cheryl and Michael Brotherton, Liebe Rice and Liesl Dees and by seven great-grandchildren.
…..A time of visitation will be held 10:00~11:00 AM, Tuesday, December 27, 2005 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home; 230 Park Avenue, DeFuniak Springs, Florida.
…..Funeral services will be conducted 11:00 AM, Tuesday, December 27, 2005 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home with Reverend Art Dees and Reverend Jerry Chumley officiating.
…..Burial will follow in Magnolia Cemetery.
…..Those asked to be pallbearers are the grandchildren.
…..Flowers are being accepted or donations may be made to the charity of your choice or the Brain Support Center at 295 Juniper Lake Road, DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32433.
…..The family has placed their confidence in Clary-Glenn Funeral Home to handle the arrangements.
.....ii.....HAZEL ALMYRA TYNER was born 27 Mar 1908 Ochelata, Washington, Oklahoma and died 21 Mar 1990 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. She married WILLIAM HERSHEL KINCAIDE 14 May 1931 Pawhuska, Osage, Oklahoma.
.....iii.....JARVIS WEAVER TYNER was born 06 Jun 1914, married MILDRED INEZ MCLAIN, and died 11 Oct 1964. He was buried in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas in Plot: N, 718. The inscription says he was a Staff Sgt. in the Air Force in World War II.
DignityMemorial.com
In Memory of
Mildred Inez Tyner
June 17, 1923 - June 2, 2010
Obituary
Mildred Inez Tyner, 86, of Belton passed away June 2, 2010 at St. Luke's East Hospital in Lee's Summit. Celebration of life will be 2:00 PM Saturday, June 26 at McGilley & George Funeral Home, 611 Chestnut Belton, MO. Visitation 1-2 prior to service. Contributions suggested to the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City. Mildred was born June 17, 1923 in Healdton, OK to Henry and Mattie McLain. In 1942 she graduated from McLish High School in Fittstown, OK and moved to this area in 1958. She retired from Western Electric after 22yrs of service. She did volunteer work through the Red Cross as a Gray Lady at Richard's-Gebauer Air Force Base; she was a member of the Red Hat Society and an honorary member of the Khrome Cowgirls. Some of the things Mildred enjoyed were traveling, cake decorating, still-life painting, quilting, knitting, crocheting and working jig-saw puzzles but most of all she loved being with her family. Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Jarvis Tyner (1964), son James Tyner (2002) and sisters Gertie Stevens and Betty Jean McLain. Survived by four children, Don Tyner (wife Pam) Lexington, KY, Linda Semlor (husband Ed) St. Charles, MO, Dennis Tyner (wife Barb) Eatonton, GA and Judith Miller of Kansas City, MO; brother John McLain of Council Grove, KS; sister Ruth McLain of Topeka, KS; 17 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great-grandchildren. Condolences may be left at www.mcgilleygeorgebelton.com McGilley & George Funeral Home, 611 Chestnut; Belton, MO 64012 816-322-2995
.....iv.....GERALD EMMETT TYNER was born 03 Dec 1918 in Ramona, Washington, Oklahoma and died 03 May 2000 in Delta, Delta, Colorado. He married Laura A. Picklum. They share a tombstone in Plot: Lot 213, Space 2, Block 11 of Delta City Cemetery, Delta, Delta, Colorado. Per the scanned obituary posted at findagrave.com:
...Gerald Emmett Tyner, age 81, of Delta died Wednesday, May 3, 2000 at Delta County Memorial Hospital, Delta.
...He was born December 3, 1918 in Ramona, OK to James and Roberta (Rinehart) Tyner. He married Laura A. Picklum on August 16, 1945 in Ordway, CO.
...He served in the Air Force during World War II having attained the rank of Flight Officer. While serving in Germany, he was a Prisoner of War from May 10, 1944 until April 29, 1945. He was a member of the DAV.
...Gerald and his family moved to Delta in 1954 coming from Rocky Ford, Colorado. Gerald farmed for many years in Delta and also operated the Big Chief Floor Coverings store from 1955 to 1958. He attended the Calvary Baptist Church in Delta. Gerald was a devoted and loving husband and father.
...His hobbies and interests included hunting and fishing.
...He is survived by his wife Laura, sons, Russell Tyner of Delta, Colorado, Bill Tyner of Rye, Colorado, daughters, Carolyn Cooley of Delta, Colorado, Barbara Rhoads of Elizabeth, Colorado, Evelyn Frazier of Delta, Colorado, Annette Roberson of Veradale, Washington, a brother Gene Tyner of Norman, Oklahoma, a sister Louise Karasec of DeFuniak Spring, Florida.
...He was preceded in death by his parents, 2 Brothers, and 1 Sister.
.....v.....GENE TYNER was born 02 Oct 1926 in Ramona, Washington, Oklahoma, and died 12 Feb 2004.

1164. LAURA ANN TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 29, 1884 in Double Creek North, Ochelata, Washington, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and died November 11, 1969 in Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado. She married GEORGE VEST SEARS November 07, 1910 in Ramona, Washington, Oklahoma. He was born February 15, 1883 in Sedan, Chatauqua, Oklahoma, and died September 1966 in Washington County, Oklahoma.

Notes for LAURA ANN TYNER:
Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma
Date: April 18, 1938
Name: Laura Tyner Sears
Post Office: Ochelata, Oklahoma
Residence Address: R. R. #1
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Father: Reuben R. Tyner
Place of Birth: Fourteen Mile Creek, Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Information on Father: Civil War veteran and a Methodist Minister
Mother: Almyra Virginia Irons
Place of Birth: Chillicothe, Missouri
Information on Mother:
Field Worker: Jarvis Tyner
.....Mrs. Tyner was the daughter of R. R. and Almyra Tyner. She was born on North Double Creek on the Tyner farm. She stayed at home and helped with the house until she was married. She attended Hillside Mission and never went to town (Bartlesville being the closest town then) until she was sixteen years old. She was one-eighth Cherokee Indian and received an allotment which she still owns and which is her present home.
.....The family of children and their parents went to Vinita and tried to file for an allotment, but later had to go over to Tahlequah.
.....There was one toll bridge on Caney River. It either was state or county owned. She remembered crossing it many times.
.....The South Methodist people had camp meetings on Double Creek. All of her brothers and sisters went to these and she recalled how when dinner was eaten at these camp meetings being a child she had to wait until all of the grown people had been served and usually the children had to do without. Her father, R. R. Tyner, was a Methodist preacher, but not ordained.
.....Being a Cherokee she was paid a sum of money from the sale of a part of the Cherokee land. This amounted to three hundred and sixty five dollars apiece or they could have taken one hundred and sixty acres of land in that country.
.....Her father built a Methodist Church, the present site of which is their family graveyard, where he is buried. His grave was placed where the Altar was in the church. This was the first Methodist Church in this part of the country. Circuit Riders-Preachers would be called this because they would come to a church and then travel by horseback, usually to another church.
.....[Additional comments: Her post office address was Ochelata, Oklahoma R.R. #1. She lived one half-mile east and two-one-half miles south and one half-mile east. Laura was born 29 April 1884 on North Double Creek, Tyner farm. There was no town of Ochelata then.
.....Laura’s father was Reuben R. Tyner who was born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma at Fourteen mile Creek. He was a Civil War veteran and a Methodist Minister. Her mother was Almyra Virginia Irons, born in Chillicothe, Missouri. Her parents were married 1868 on July 3. Her mother was the oldest settler in Indian Territory living until 1936; came here when three months old.]
Submitted to OKGenWeb by Gary Sears, grandson of Laura Tyner Sears < gsears01 at sprynet.com > November 2000.

MRS. LAURA SEARS DIES; FUNERAL AT OCHELATA
.....Funeral Services for Mrs. Laura Ann Sears, 85, sister of Mrs. Maude Nicholson, 920 Yale, who died in a Pueblo, Colo., nursing home Monday, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Ochelata United Methodist Church, of which she was a member. The Rev. W. E. Bowers will officiate and interment will be directed in the family plot in the Ochelata Cemetery by the Arnold Moore Funeral Service. Her casket escorts will include six nephews.
....Mrs. Sears was born on April 29, 1884 in Indian Territory, near Ochelata, the daughter of Almyra and Ruben R. Tyner, pioneer settlers. Mrs. Sears attended the Twin Mounds School and the Friends Mission School at Hillside and later the Female Seminary in Muskogee. She was married to George V. Sears Nov 7, 1910 at Ramona by the Rev. Griffitts, who was founder of the Ramona Friends [Quacker] Church. They remained residents of Washington County and Mr. Sears died in September, 1966. Mrs. Sears had been in failing health for several months and had gone to Pueblo this past summer to be near her daughter and son there.
..... In addition, to her sister of Bartlesville, survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Robert L. Burd, Pueblo, and Mrs. Lee Sturm, Meadville, Mo.; a son, George Victor Sears, also of Pueblo; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

1165. LULA MAUD TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born September 17, 1888 in Double Creek North, Ochelata, Washington, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and died June 09, 1974 in Jane Phillips Hospital, Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma. She married JAMES PARSHAL NICHOLSON March 11, 1911. He was born Abt. 1882 in Meridian, Bosque, Texas, and died Abt. 1931.

Notes for LULA MAUD TYNER:
EASTERN CHEROKEES APPLICATION OF Lulu M. Tyner
For shares of money appropriated for the Eastern Cherokee Indians by the Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906, in accordance with the decrees of the Court of Claims of May 18, 1905, and May 28, 1906
INDIAN OFFICES EASTERN CHEROKEES Rec. FEB 2 1907
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Washington D.C.
SIR:
I hereby make application for such share as may be due me of the fund appropriated by the Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906, in accordance with the decrees of the Court of Claims of May 18, 1905, and May 28, 1906, in favor of the Eastern Cherokees. The evidence of identity is herewith subjoined.

1. State full name English name: Lula Maud Tyner Indian name: none
2. Residence: 2 miles South Ochelata.
3. Town and post office: Ochelata
4. County: Cherokee Nation
5. State: Indian Teritory
6. Date and place of birth: Cooweeskoowee District C.N. age 18
7. By what right do you claim to share? If you claim through more than one relative living in 1851, set forth each claim separately:
.....Reubin Tiner or Tyner (my father) Elizabeth Tiner or Tyner (my aunt) Caty Tiner, George Tiner. Sally Tiner, and Jessie Tyner, (Exact relation not known.)
8. Are you married? no
9. Name and age of wife or husband:
10. Give names of you father and mother, and your mother’s name before marriage:
.....Father - English name: Reubin Tiner, or (Tyner)
.....Indian name: none used
.....Mother - English name: Almyra Tiner of (Tyner)
.....Indian Name
.....Maiden name: Almyra Irons
11. Where were they born?
.....Father: Present Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah District.
.....Mother: In the state of Missouri
12. Where did they reside in 185l, if living at that time?
.....Father: Present Cherokee Nation Tahlequah District Mother: Present Cherokee Nation
13. Date of death of your father and mother Father: 1902 Mother: living yet
14. Were they ever enrolled for annuities, land, or other benefits? If so, state when and where : [Could not make out the first part] Cherokee payment made in 1852. Mother is white and not included.
15. Name all your brothers and sisters, giving ages, and if not living, the date of death: NAME BORN DIED (1) George E Tyner Age 31 (2) Leonard P Tyner Age 27 (3) Weaver Tyner Age 25 (4) May Greenwood Age 29 (5) Laura A Tyner Age 22 (6) Emma A Byers Age 35
16. State English and Indian names of your, grandparents on both father’s and mother’s side, if possible: FATHER’S SIDE MOTHER’S SIDE Jackson Tiner, or (Tyner) (Old Settler) whie not included no Indian name Delila Tiner or Tyner no Indian name
17. Where were they born? East of the Mississippi River in old Cherokee Nation.
18. Where did they reside in 1851, if living at that time? Present Cherokee Nation Tahlequah District.
19. Give names of all their children, and residence, if living; if not living, give dates of deaths:
.....(1) English name: Elizabeth Tiner, or Tiner (aunt date of death unknown. Indian name: none Residence:
.....(2) English name: Reubin Tiner or (Tyner) (my father) died 1902. Indian name: Residence:
20. Have you ever been enrolled for annuities, land, or other benefits? If so, state when and where: I drew the “strip funds” in 1894, my allotment and all other per capita payments made during my life.
21. To expedite identification, claimants should give the full English and Indian names, if possible, of there paternal and maternal ancestors back to 1835: I am unable to answer the above question.
REMARKS (Under this head the applicant may give any additional information that he believes will assist in proving his claims.)
.....Please observe that the name is spelled two ways. I have been taught to spell it (Tyner) and it is some times spelled (Tiner) therefore I do not wish to be bound by the spelling of this name. I also wish to reserve the right to file all other claims that might present them selves.
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I solemnly swear that the foregoing statements made by me are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signature) /s? Lula Maud Tyner
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of January 1907 My commission expires Aug 31st 1907 /s/ T J Ellis Jr. Notary Public
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AFFIDAVIT (The following affidavit must be sworn to by two or more witnesses who are well acquainted with the applicant.)
.....Personally appeared before me John C. Duncan and Joanna C. Duncan who. being duly sworn, on oath depsoe and both say they are well acquainted with Lula Maud Tyner, who makes the foregoing application and statement and have know her for 10 years and 10 years respectively, and know her to be the identical person she represents her self to be, and that the statements made by her are true, to the best of their knowledge and belief and they have no interest in her claim.
Witness to Mark Signature of Witness /s/ John C Duncan /s/ Joanna C. Duncan
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of January 1907 My Commission expires Aug 31st 1907 /s/ T J Ellis Jr. Notary Public
No. 16760 Action: Admitted
Name Lula M Tyner and X children . Residence: Ochelata, Okla.
Reasons:
Sister of #16759 and claims through the same source.

Maud L. Nicholson Dies Here Sunday
.....Mrs. Maud L. Nicholson, 85, 920 Yale Drive, a native and life-long resident of the Washington County area, died at 1:40 p.m. Sunday [6-9-74] in the Jane Phillps Building of the Medical Complex after a lengthy illness.
..... Mrs. Nicholson, member of an old pioneer family was born Sept. 17, 1888 south of Ochelata, Indian Territroy to Reuben R. Tyner, a Methodist minister, and Almyra Irons Tyner. Her grandfather was Jackson Tyner, who was Judge of the Cooweescoowee District of the Cherokee Nation in 1861.
.....She attended school at the Twin Mounds School near Ochelata, the Hillside Mission, north of Skiatook, and the Spaulding Female Seminary at Tahlequah. She and James P. Nicholson were married March 11, 1911, and they made their home south of Ochelata, in Ramona, and later in Bartlesville. Mrs. Nicholson taught school for two years at Tyner School south of Oglesby.
..... She moved to Bartlesville in 1930 where she was the county juvenile officer and Indian attendance officer for County Judge Robert D. Waddill. She later worked for Tom Ward Florist, where she remained until her retirement in 1955.
..... Funeral services for Mrs. Nicholson will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday in the Colonial Chapel of The Neekamp Funeral Home with Dr. M. O. Smith, associate minister of the First United
Methodist Church, as the officiant. Interment will be in the family plot of the Ochelata Cemetery.
..... Survivors include one daughter, Mrs Joyce Nicholson, 920 Yale Dr., three sons, James L. Nicholson, Ramona, William W. Nicholson, Bartlesville, and John Philip Nicholson, Albuquerque, NM and four grandchildren.
..... Friends who wish may sign the register at the funeral home as the casket will remain closed for the service.

1166. FLORA MAY BEATRICE TYNER (REUBEN RANDALL, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 31, 1877 in Double Creek N, Ochelata, Washington, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and died February 03, 1961 in Memorial Hospital, Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA. She married JOHN PIPKIN GREENWOOD August 08, 1892 in Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas, USA. He was born Abt. 1871 in Cherry Valley, Cross, Arkansas, USA, and died Abt. 1935.

Notes for FLORA MAY BEATRICE TYNER:
First marriage took place in Sedan, Kansas and the Second in Indian Territory with 12 Indian Signers.
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Flora May Beatrice Tyner's place of birth was from R. R. & Almyrs's Family Bible. Flora May Beatrice Tyner was born in the Log Cabin.
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Researcher notes:
Tyner marriages from the book "Marriages Among Cherokees". This book also has a tie to the Dawes Census.
The Date from the Book is 14 Sep 1893. WHich was the second marriage. "Talking Tombstone" has date of birth as 30 January 1877.
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Researcher notes:
Dawes Census Card #4240
Miller #27528
Miller Application #16761
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Researcher notes:
FIND A GRAVE = TOMBSTONE PICTURE
May B. Greenwood
Birth: Jan. 30, 1877
Death: Feb. 3, 1961
Burial: Ramona Cemetery Ramona Washington County Oklahoma, USA Plot: east central section
Created by: Will Babb Record added: Oct 1 2006
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1900 United States Federal Census Township 25, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory
Household Members: Name Age
John Pipkin Greenwood... 29
Flora May Beatrice Tyner... 23...IN...white...wife
John Marvin Greenwood... 5
Ola Clyde Greenwood... 3
Lelia M. Greenwood... 1
Ship William Blanken... 20
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Township 25, Cherokee Nation,
Indian Territory; Roll: T623 1843;
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
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1910 United States Federal Census Madison, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1276; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 258; Image: 266
Household Members: Name Age
John P Greenwood... 38
May B Greenwood... 33...OK, GA, OK...Indian (Native American)
John M Greenwood ...15
Ola C Greenwood ...13
Lelia M Greenwood... 11
Dwight P Greenwood... 6
Ernest L Greenwood ...4
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Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Lincoln, Washington, Oklahoma;
Roll: T625_1490; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 279; Image: 500.
Household Members: Name Age
John P Greenwood ...48
May B Greenwood ...42...OK, OK, TX...Indian (Native American)
Dwight P Greenwood ...16
Lester Greenwood ...13
James B Greenwood ...9
Wannite Greenwood... 6
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Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Madison, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: 1938; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 525.0. Household Members: Name Age
J P Greenwood ...57
May H Greenwood.... 53
James Greenwood ...18
Juanita Greenwood ...16
Ruth Fisher... 9
Dorothy Fisher ...7
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Individual Summary for John Pipkin GREENWOOD-35 12 Oct 2008
Born 26 Feb 1871 Tombstone Date
Cherry Valley, Cross Co, Arkansas
Dawes Census #4240
Died 22 Mar 1935 Tombstone Date
Ramona, Washington Co, Oklahoma
Buried Ramona Cemetery, Ramona, Washington Co, Oklahoma
Father Thomas Pinckney GREENWOOD-7995
Mother Catherine "Katherine" HYDRICK-7996
Spouse Flora May Beatrice TYNER-26
Marriage Date/Place
08 Aug 1892
Sedan, Chautauqua Co, Kansas

J. P. GREENWOOD
.....J. P. Greenwood, a farmer and stockman, residing eight miles northeast of Ramona, was born in Cherry Valley, Arkansas, February 25 [26], 1871. His father, Thomas P. Greedwood, was a native of Alabama and crossed the Mississippi with the first emigrant Cherokees, prior to the Civil war. The Cherokees were on their way to their reservation in the Indian Teritory and Thomas P. Greenwood accompanied his parents, who were very poor, to Cherry Valley, in Cross county, Arkansas, where he engaed in farming and stock raising. There the father passed away leaving his widow with a family of nine children, of whom Thomas P. Greenwood was the youngest. He was reared in his native state and as the years passed and as the result of industry and perseverance he accumulated a comfortable competence and had become will established in life when he left Arkansas in 1885. At that time he went to Elk county, Kansas, but after two years come to Washington county, Oklahoma, which was then a part of the Indian Territory. During his stay in Kansas he suffered a considerable financial reverse, owing to the fact that he lost nearly all of his stock during the hard winter of 1886-7. In Washington county, however, he soon recoverd from his losses and here devoted his attention to the raising of wheat, corn and stock. His family of five boys was of great assistance to his in promoting his bussiness affairs and caring for his farm. he also sent them to school at Coffeyville, Kansas, a distance of forty-five miles, to which place they went with their mother, residing there during the school season. He died in Aril, 1908, at Ramona, where he had been living retired, at the advanced age of eight-one years. He had won a substantial measure of success through the course of an active life and thus was able to leave his children in good financial circumstances. The wife and mother, who bore the maiden name of Katherine Hydric, was a native of Cross county, Arkansas, and they were married in that state. She, too passed away in Ramona in 1908. The father had been previously married, his first wife being Melisa Shaver, a native of Arkansas, who died leaving five children: Charlie M., Melford Joseph, Ida, David G.,and William K. To the second marriage of Thomas P. Greenwood there were born three children; J. P., James and Oliver.
.....J. P. Greenwood, who's name introduces this review, spent the days of his boyhood and youth under the parental roof and he and his father were partners in business for a number of years before the latter's death. J. P. Greenwood looking after their interests and promotong their finacnical success. He and his father "made the run" into old Oklahoma when it was opened for settlement but did not become interested at that time, because they did not like the country. Since coming with his parents to this state Mr. Greenwood has lived within a radius of ten miles of his present home. He now reside eight miles northeast of Ramona on Rural Route No. 1 and in School Distrit No. 16. He is the owner of six hundred and forty acres of land at this place and he also owns another tract of nine hundred acres, near Ramona. He raises wheat, oats, alfalfa, and hogs, of which he has about one hundred and seventy-five head, while his cattle number four hundred and fifty head. On his home farm he has a beautiful modern bungalow and splendid large barns and other buildings furnishing adequate shelter for grain and stock. The buildings are located among a beautiful grove of oaks, pecans and black walnut trees, on a hill overlooking the surrounding country. On the farm are two beautiful lakes which Mr. Greenwood rents as duck preserves to a Bartlesville Club called the Greenwood Country Club. A spirit of enterprise and progress actuates him in all that he undertakes in connction with the development and cultivation of his farms. The improvements on his home place cost over twelve thousand dollars and connction with the development and cultivation of his farms. The improvements on his home place cost over twelve thousand dollars and his is one of the excellent farm properties of this section of the state. There is also oil on the farm but only a small portion of the land has been developed.
..... In August, 1893, Mr. Greenwood was married to Miss May B. Tyner, a daughter of Reuben R. and Elmira Virginia (Irons) Tyner. The former pased away twenty years ago. The mother is seventy-one years of age and is making her home with a daughter on her farm, just south of Ochelata. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood have become the parents of seven children: Marvin, twenty-seven years of age, is engaged in farming three miles northwest of Ramona. He married Eva Jane Oldham, by whom he has one child, John Richards; Ola Clyde is the wife of H. V. Lowe, a prominent business man and representative citizen of Ramona, serving as a director of one of the local banks of the city and the owner of four fine brick buildings on the leading corners of Ramona; Lelia became the wife of William Robert Fisher in July, 1918, and they have one child, Ruth Greenwood; Dwight Paul, seventeen years of age is attending school; Lester, aged fifteen; James Barton, ten years of age, and Juanita Marian, are all attending school. The family is widely and prominently known through its social connections and Mr.Greenwood ranks as one of the leading and representative agriculturists and stock raisers of Washington county. He is president of the Citizens State Bank, which he and his brother organized. Moreover, he has spent the greater part of his life in this county and has ever been an interested witness and an active participant in those events which have done most to shape the progress and advance the welfare and prosperity of this part of the state.
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Newspaper Article -- March 22, 1935
County Pioneer Dies
J.P. Greenwood of Ramona Succumbs to Long Illness
John P. Greenwood, pioneer resident of Washington county, died at 8 c'clock last night at his home in Ramona after an illness of two or three years which confined him to his bed. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. May Greendwood and six children. They are: Mrs. L. C. Robbins, Claremore; Mrs. Lelia Fisher, Ramona; Mrs. Juanita Tyner, Ramona; Lester Greenwood, Ramona; Dwight Greenwood, of Kansas, and J. B. Greenwood of Ramona. Other survivors include a brother J. L. Greenwood, Oklahoma City, and a half - brother, Charley Greenwood of Texas. Greenwood came to this county about 45 years ago from Arkansas. He lived in Ochelata community for a number of years before going to Ramona. He engaged in farming before ill health forced him to retire.
The body is at the Burt funeral home.
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Researcher notes:
FIND A GRAVE = TOMBSTONE PHOTO
John P. Greenwood
Birth: Feb. 26, 1871
Death: Mar. 22, 1935
Burial: Ramona Cemetery Ramona Washington County Oklahoma, USA
Plot: east central section
Created by: Will Babb Record added: Oct 1 200

Muskogee and northeastern OKlahoma (1922)
p228
J. P. Greenwood b. 2/25/1871, son of Thomas P Greenwood, natie of Alabama...........In August,. 1893, Mr. Greenwood was married to Miss May B Tyner, a daughter of Reuben R and Elmira Virginia (Irons) Tyner. the former passed away twenty years ago. the mother is 71 years of age and is making her home with a daughter on her farm, just south of Ochelata. mr. and Mrs. Greenwood have become the parents of seven children: marvin, twenty seven years of age, is engaged in farming three miles northwest of Ramona. he married Eva jane Oldham, by whom he has one child, John Richard; Ola Clyde is the wife of H V Lowe; Lelia became the wife of William Robert Fisher in 7/1918 and they have one child, Ruth Greenwood; Dwight Paul, seventeen years of age; lester, aged fifteen; James Barton, ten years of age and Juanita Marian, are all attending school.

OBITUARY - 5 February 1961, Sunday, Examiner-Enterprise
MAY GREENWOOD DIES; SERVICES SLATED TUESDAY
.....Funeral Services for Mrs. May Beatrice Greenwood, 84, life-long resident of this area, will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday in the Ramona First-Baptist Church. The Rev. Kenneth Lay, pastor, will be the officiant and interment will be directed by the Arnold Moore Funeral Service, beside the grave of Mr. Greenwood, in the Ramona Cemetery.
.....Mrs. Greenwood was born near Ochelata, then Indian Territory, on January 31, 1877, to the late Almyra Virginia and Reuben Tyner. Her father, a Methodist minister, and her mother were
prominent in the history of Indian Territory. Her father served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War and her grandfather acted for several years as a federal judge over a major portion of the Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory. The Tyner home was located at the time of Mrs. Greenwood's birth in the Twin Mounds area. She received her education at the old Hillside Mission, near Skiatook, and finished her schooling at the old Female Seminary at Tahlequah.
.....In August, 1892, she and the late John P. Greenwood eloped to Sedan, Kan., to be married and returned to Indian Territory, where they were re-married in the Cherokee nation according to the Cherokee law for the adoption of Mr. Greenwood into the Cherokee Indian Tribe, of which Mrs. Greenwood was already a tribal member. They established their home in the south part of this county and engaed in farming and ranching in this area until the death of Mr. Greenwood in 1935. Since that time, Mrs. Greenwood has continued to make her home in Ramona. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Ramona. She had been in failing health for several months and was admitted to the Memorial Hospital three weeks ago where she died at 9:15 p.m., Friday.
Survivors include three sons, Dwight P. Greenwood, Delaware, and Lester Greenwood and James B. Greenwood, both of Ramona; two daughters, Mrs. L. C. Robbins, Claremore, and Mrs. R. B. Tyner of Oklahoma City; one brother, James Weaver Tyner, Ramona; two sisters, Mrs Maude Nicholson, Bartlesville,and Mrs George V. Sears of Ochelata; 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

1167. WILLIAM PERCIVAL PETTIT (NANCY TYNER, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH , NICHOLAS) was born September 20, 1867 in Fort Gibson, Illinois District, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, and died February 09, 1923 in Inola, Rogers, Oklahoma. He married MARY JANE ADAIR March 18, 1894 in Illinois District, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, daughter of BENJAMIN ADAIR and SARAH GUERIN. She was born January 01, 1874 in Illinois District, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, and died May 05, 1965 in Claremore, Rogers, Oklahoma.

1167A. CLINTON A. TYNER (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) b. November 16, 1879, Washington County, Indian Territory; m. SIOTA CATHERINE ELDER, January 1898, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, USA. He died 27 Dec 1942 and is buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Checotah, McIntosh, Oklahoma, USA, Plot: Block 1. She was b. 14 Nov 1877 Johnson County, Kansas; died 11 Aug 1954 Ramona, Washington, OK; married (2) CALVIN HOLDEN and is buried as SIOTA HOLDEN in Ramona Cemetery, Ramona, Washington, Oklahoma.

1880 census Dolan, Cass, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254679, NA Film Number T9-0679, Page Number 28B
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Susan L. Elder... Self ... W ...Female ... W ...40 ... IL, TN, KY...keeps house Mary A. Elder... Dau... S ... Female... W... 20... KS, IL, IL...at home
Nancy E. Elder... Dau ... S ... Female ... W... 18 ... MO, IL, IL...at home
William Elder...Son ... S ... Male ... W... 16 ...MO, IL, IL...farm laborer
Amanda Elder...Dau... S ... Female ... W ... 14 ... MO, IL, IL...at home
Emma Elder...Dau ...S ... Female... W ... 12... MO, IL, IL...at home
Christina Elder... Dau... S ...Female ... W... 10... MO, IL, IL
Matilda Elder... Dau ... S ... Female ...W ...8... MO, IL, IL
Martha Elder... Dau ... S ... Female... W ... 6 ... KS, IL, IL
Sista Elder...Dau ... S ...Female... W ... 3 ...KS, IL, IL
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Muskogee MLI-0F-00426A 01/02/1898 Plaintiff - TYNER, CLINTON A
TYNER, CLINTON A and ELDER, LEOTA MARRIAGE LICENSE

Clinton was deaf. (But if so, why wasn't it listed as a disability on his draft registration card?)
1880 Census [CN]: Cooweescoowee, 3024
1890 Census [CN]: Cooweescoowee, 623
=====> 1902-07 Dawes roll: card# 6638, roll# 15878
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
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Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Township 24, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; Roll: 1844; ; Enumeration District: 0020; FHL microfilm: 1241844.
Clint A. Tyner...Nov 1879...20...Indian Territory, Indian Territory, Indian Territory...
Catherine Tyner...24...Nov 1876...Kansas, KY, Illinois
Edwin Tyner...2...Jan 1898...Indian Territory, KS, Indian Territory
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U.S. Native American Enrollment Cards for the Five Civilized Tribes, 1898-1914 about Clinton A Tyner
Name: Clinton A Tyner
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1879
Age at Census Enrollment: 23
Enrollment Date: 1 Sep 1902
Tribal Affiliation: Cherokee By Blood
Census Card #: 6638
Dawes' Roll #: 15878
Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S. Native American Enrollment Cards for the Five Civilized Tribes, 1898-1914 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Enrollment Cards for the Five Civilized Tribes, 1898-1914; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1186, 93 rolls); Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Record Group 75; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
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World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Clinton A Tyner
Name: Clinton A Tyner
County: Winfield, Cowley Co.
State: Kansas
Birth Date: 16 Nov 1879
Race: White
Roll: 1643432
Age: 38
Occupation: construction foreman, Oklahoma Pipe Line Co.
Nearest Relative: Siota Tyner of Ramona, OK
Height/Build: medium/medium
Color of Eyes/Hair: blue/brown
Registration Location: Cowley County, Kansas; Roll: 1643432; Draft Board: 0.
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Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Mounds, Creek, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1459; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 31; Image: 958 Clinton A. Tyner...39...OK, US, US...rents...foreman, district oil field Irene M. Tyner...29...MO, IL, IL ======>
Um, does she mean divorced? Clinton didn't die until 1942. THe census above suggests he married a second time.
Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Madison, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1490; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 280; Image: 543.
Siota Tyner...42...KS, KS, KS...widowed...own home...sells produce
Clint E. Tyner...21...OK, OK, KS...laborer, pipeline
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Burial (as Clint Tyner): Greenlawn Cemetery, Checotah, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, USA--Plot: Block 1
Siota Holden (1876--1954) is buried in Ramona Cemetery, Ramona, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA--Plot: east central section

Child of CLINTON TYNER and CATHERINE SIOTA ELDER is:
…..i.....CLINTON E. TYNER, b. 11 Mar 1898, died March 1976 in Seminole, Seminole, Oklahoma, USA.

1168. MAUD ELLA RIDER (LYDIA TYNER, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 16, 1877 in Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, and died December 23, 1972 in Claremore, Rogers, Oklahoma, USA. She married EBEN FOSTER BROWN August 05, 1897. He was born September 25, 1878 in Rogers County, Indian Territory, and died June 03, 1956 in Seminole, Seminole, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for MAUD ELLA RIDER:
1920 U.S. Federal Census, Mayes, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1472; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 49; Image: 1140
Household Members: Name Age
Even F Brown...41
Maud E Brown...42...OK, OK, OK...Indian (Native American)
Floster Brown...21
Carl Brown...19
Menta Brown...13
Claris Brown...16
Raymond Brown...14
Lavern Brown...11
Natha May Brown...7
Argene Brown...5
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Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Econtuchka, Seminole, Oklahoma; Roll: 1930; Page: 50B; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 356.0
Household Members: Name Age
Eben Brown...52
Maud E Brown...52...Indian
Argene Brown...15
Leroy Zelkey...9

visit Maude Brown's online memorial at the link below:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=28441303

Eben Foster Brown:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=17921484

1169. JOHN CLEVELAND TYNER (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 17, 1885 in Washington County, Indian Territory, and died September 1978 in Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA. He married (1) ANNA BAIN. He married (2) ESTELLE MINERVA WELLS. She was born Abt. 1882 in Missouri.

1170. GEORGE AUSTIN TYNER (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JACKSON, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 23, 1888 in Ramona, Washington County, Indian Territory, and died January 11, 1973 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, USA. He married VIOLA C. PEMBERTON, daughter of WILLIAM PEMBERTON and CHARITY PERRYMAN. She was born August 01, 1889, and died January 04, 1985 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, USA. He shares a tombstone with Viola in Westminster Memorial Park, Westminster, Orange, California.

Notes for GEORGE AUSTIN TYNER:
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: George Austin Tyner
City: Not Stated
County: Osage
State: Oklahoma
Birthplace: Oklahoma;United States of America
Birth Date: 23 Aug 1888
Race: Indian (Native American)
Roll: 1852065
DraftBoard: 0
Number 987 age 29
Address looks like Avont OK [probably Avant]
Born Aug
Noisome born this person can not write
Rommia Okla USA [probably Ramona]
Labor on Pipe Line
coolveorna Oil Co
Avont Okla
Wife and one child
Married Indian
Tall Medium build brown eyes brown hair

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Tiger, Creek, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1460; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 265; Image: 728.
George A Tyner...31...OK, USA, USA...can read/write...married...rents
Viola C Tyner...28...TX, TX, TX...can read/write
Bennie A Tyner 3 3/12...OK, TX, TX

Obituary - Bartian's Brother George Tyner Dies in California - Bartlesville Paper 26 Jan 1973.
.....Long Beach, Calif. George Austin Tyner, resident of Long Beach, Calif., died Thursday Jan 11 in Long Beach.
.....He was born Aug. 23, 1888 west of Ramona in Oklahoma Indian Territory. His parents were George and May Shaw Tyner. He attended school in the Ramona Area.
.....Mr. Tyner worked in oil fields in Oklahoma and near Houston, Tex. He moved to Long Beach and worked at Cal Shipyards until they closed and was later employed by Douglas Aircraft until his retirement.
.....He is survived by his wife, Viola and son, Ben Tyner, of Long Beach; two brothers, John C. Tyner, Bartlesville and George B. Tyner, Granada Hills, Calif; three sisters, Fannie A Horsley, Bartlesville , Letitia Ann Riney of Ochelata and Lo Sitah Melford.
.....Services were held Saturday Jan. 13, in Long Beach.

1171. SUSAN ELIZABETH RAMSEY (LEWIS CLARK, ELIZA JANE TYNER, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 07, 1866. She married JOSEPH MORGAN ALLTON July 31, 1888 in Oowalla, son of DAVID ALLTON and ELIZA BILLINGSLEY. He was born July 31, 1856 in Virginia.

1172. FRANK TYNER SWIFT (MARTHA TYNER, LEROY, REUBEN JACKSON, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 05, 1867. He married NELLIE BUTLER. She was born February 27, 1871 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

1173. THOMAS MIMMS TYNER (JOHN ABRAHAM, JAMES SEVIER, SEVIER BERLIN, DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) , b. December 23, 1898, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA; d. March 24, 1977, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA; m. CEMMIE MAE MOORE, December 26, 1925, Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA; b. May 24, 1903; d. March 21, 1981. Notes for THOMAS MIMMS TYNER: World War I vet.

Source Citation: Year:1940; Census Place: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee; Roll: T627_3975; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 99-143.
Mimms Tyner...41...TN...laborman, feed co.
Cemmie Mae Tyner...36...TN
Jack Ward Tyner...11...TN...son

1174. HOMER JEFFERSON TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H. , LEWIS B. , DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 16, 1886 in Prairie View, Logan, Arkansas, USA, and died May 17, 1960 in Elk City, Bechham, Oklahoma, USA. He married BESSIE ONADELL LOOMIS Abt. 1915 in Port, Washita, Oklahoma, USA, daughter of GEORGE LOOMIS and MARY WILLITS. She was born September 13, 1887 in Bowie, Texas, USA, and died Abt. 1981 in Sentinel, Washington, OK, USA.

Notes for HOMER JEFFERSON TYNER:
WW1 Draft Cards
Name Birth Date Race Birthplace Registration Place [City,County, State]
Homer Jefferson Tyner Aug 16 1886 Caucasian AR: USA Not stated, Gray Co, Texas

Source: 1920 Census, Gray County, Texas
Precinct 1 Enumeration District 98 Enumeration Date: February 7, 1920. Sheet 311 B House: 15 Family: 15
Name .....Rel..... Sex ... Race ...Age ... Martial Stat ... POB ... FPOB...MPOB...Occupation
Homer Tyner...Head...M...W... 35...M...AR...AR...TN... Farming
Bessie Tyner...Wife...F...W...32...M...TX...MN... IL
L. Hazel Tyner...Dau ...F...W...6 1/12 ...S ...OK...AR...TX
J. Harold Tyner...Son...M ...W...3 4/12...S ..TX...AR...TX
Leon Tyner...Son...M... W...2...S ...TX ...AR... TX
Living next to Paris and White families.

Source: 1930 Census Elk, Washita, Oklahoma, District 14 Image 7 Page 4A Enumeration Dates: April 12, 1930 Stamped Page 113 House: 60 Family: 64
Name Rel Sex Race Age Martial Stat Age at 1st Marriage POB FPOB MPOB Occupation
Homer J. Tyner...Head... M ...W ...43... Md. 24... AR... AR... AR... Farmer
Bessie L. Tyner...Wife... F... W ...41... Md 22... TX... IA... AR
Hazel L. Tyner...Dau... F... W... 16... S... OK... AR... TX
Harold J. Tyner...Son ...M...W ...14... S... TX... AR... TX
Leon Tyner... Son ...M ...W... 12... S... TX... AR... TX
Garland H. Tyner...Son... M... W... 10... S... TX... AR... TX
Roy N. Tyner...Son... M... W... 5... S... OK... AR... TX

Tyners in Washita Co. Cemetery
TYNER, Homer -1886- 1960

TYNER, Bessie -1888 - 19--

TYNER, Leon -1919 - 1938

TYNER, Harold -1916 - 1961
Port Cemetery, Sentinel, Oklahoma

TYNER, Madaline -1911 -
Port Cemetery, Sentinel, Washita Co, Oklahoma.

TYNER, Norman -1904 - 1969
Port Cemetery, Sentinel, Washita Co, Oklahoma.

1175. MYRTLE F. TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 1893 in Arkansas, USA, and died May 30, 1991 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. She married WHEELER S. PARRIS March 26, 1909 in Laketon, Gray, Texas, USA. He was born October 02, 1885 in Fannin County, Texas, USA, and died July 21, 1988 in Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Notes for MYRTLE F. TYNER:
1910 Census - Texas, Gray, 1-Pct., Series T624, Roll 1555, page 36
Parris, Wheeler S. Parris...Head ...M ...W ...22... M1-1... TX, TN, TN ...Farmer General Farm
Parris, Myrtle Parris ... Wife ...F... W ...19... M1-1... AR, AR, AR
Parris, Nancy R. Parris... Mother ...F... W... 53 ...D ...TN, TN, TN
Parris, Leo Parris... Brother... M ...W ...14... S ...TX, TN, TN

John Wesley TYNER Jr-1172 8 M
Born Place
6 Jan 1903
Logan Co, Arkansas
Died ?? {October 31, 1963}
Place ?? {Los Angeles County, California}
Source: Rootsweb. California Death Index
John W. Tyner born January 6, 1903 in Arkansas and died October 31, 1963 in Los Angeles County, California at 60 years of age. Mother's maiden name: Cummins.

1920 Texas Census, Gray County, Precinct 1, District 98
Enumeration Date: 07 Feb 1920 Sheet 311B; House: 14 Family: 14
Name ... Rel ...Sex ...Race... Age... Martial Stat... POB... FPOB... MPOB... Occupation
Wheeler Paris...Head... M ...W... 34...Md. ... TX, TN, TN ...Stock-Farmer
Myrtle Paris...Wife... F ...W... 29 ... S [sic] ... AR, AR, AR
May Paris...Dau ... F... W...09 ... Single...TX, TX, AR
J Wheeler Paris Jr ...Son ... M ...W... 6/2 ...Single...TX,TX, AR
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1930 Texas Census, Gray County, Precinct 1, District 1
Enumeration District: 90 Enumeration Date: 07 April 1930; Sheet #26B; House: 579 Family: 643
Name... Rel ...Sex ...Race... Age... Martial Stat... Age at 1st mg.... POB ...FPOB ...MPOB ...Occupation
PARIS, Wheeler ....Head ...M ...W ...44... Md. 23... TX, TX, TX... Farmer
PARIS, Myrtle F ... Wife... F ...W ...39... Md. 19 ... AR, AR. AR
PARIS, John W... Son... M... W... 15... Single... TX, TX, AR
PARIS, Dorothy F ... Dau... F ...W... 05 ...Single ...TX, TX, AR

1176. ELLER MAY TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 27, 1896 in Arkansas, USA, and died February 08, 1975 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA. She married ROBERT LES ARMITAGE. He was born February 14, 1896 in Pasle Valley, Oklahoma, and died July 1964.

Notes for ELLER MAY TYNER:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Robert Leslie Armitage
City: Cordell
County: Washita
State: Oklahoma
Birthplace: Paris Valley, Oklahoma
Birth Date: 14 Feb 1896
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1852243
DraftBoard: 0
student, Southwestern Normal School
wife and baby
medium height/build, grey eyes, dark hair

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Oakdale, Washita, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1489; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 192; Image: 566
Robert L Armitage...23...OK, TX, TX...teacher, common school
Eva W Armitage...22...Ark, Ark, Ark...
Mildred Armitage...4 11/12...OK, OK, Ark...
Imargan Armitage...2/12...OK, OK, Ark...
Lea Tyner...21...Ark, Ark, Ark...sister-in-law...teacher, common school

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Cordell, Washita, Oklahoma; Roll: 1938; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 663.0.
Robert L Armitage...33...OK, TX, MS...married 18...teacher, public school
Ella M Armitage...33...Ark, Ark, Ark...married 18...teacher, public school
Mildred J Armitage...15...OK, OK, Ark...dau
Imogene M Armitage...10...OK, OK, Ark...dau

Tombstone dates: 1897-Feb. 8, 1975
Block 2, Lot 823
Lawnview Cemetery, Cordell, OK

1177. LELA OBEDIENCE TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 26, 1898 in Logan County, Arkansas, USA, and died March 16, 1988 in Orange County, California, USA. She married WILLIAM LEE PAYNE December 23, 1931 in Sayre, Beckham, Oklahoma, USA, son of JOSEPH PAYNE and MINNIE LORING. He was born April 26, 1903 in Loco, Stephens, Oklahoma, USA, and died March 15, 1966 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Notes for LELA OBEDIENCE TYNER:
Bud Payne is buried at the Rose Hill Cemetery. His name is William Lee Payne. He and Lela are both buried in Whispering Pines Lawn, Section 9, lot 4873, grave 1.

From the Caifornia Death Index:
Last NameFirst NameMiddleBirth DateMother MaidenFather LastSexBirth PlaceDeath PlaceResidenceDeath DateSSNAgePost-emsOrderRecord
PAYNE WILLIAM L 04/26/1903 LOWEN M OKLAHOMA LOS ANGELES(70) 03/15/1966
566-26-6144 62 yrs

Source: California Death Index
Last Name First Name Middle Birth Date Mother Maiden Father Last Sex Birth Place Death Place Residence Death Date SSN Age Post-ems Order Record
PAYNE LELA T 08/26/1898 TYNER F ARKANSAS ORANGE 03/16/1988 563-30-2592 89 yrs

SS Death Index
Name Birth Death Last Residence Last Benefit SSN Issued
LELA T PAYNE 26 Aug 1898 16 Mar 1988 92635 (not specified) (none specified) 563-30-2592 California

Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary
Date of death: 03/16/1988
Burial Property Name:L Whispering Pines Lawn
Burial Section: 0
Burial Lot: 4873
Grave/Niche: 1
Entrance Gate: 17

1178. IDA LEE TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 21, 1901 in Arkansas, USA, and died October 29, 1988 in Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA. She married FINIS W. ALFORD, son of ARCHIE ALFORD and DONNIE BURSON. He was born May 23, 1899 in Rocky, Washita County, Indian Territory, and died December 07, 1967 in Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Whittier, Los Angeles, California.

Notes for IDA LEE TYNER:
1930 Texas Census, Gray County, Precinct 1, District 1
Enumeration District: 90
Enumeration Date: 07 April 1930
Sheet #26B
Printed Page # none
House: 578
Family: 642
Name Rel Sex Race Age Martial Stat Age at 1st mg. POB FPOB MPOB Occupation
Finis Alford..... Head.....M.....W .....31..... Md.....31...OK, AL, AL...Farmer
Ida L. Alford....Wife-H...F... W ...29...Md. ....22...AR, AR, AR
Joan Alford..... Dau...F... W ...09... Single...CA, OK, AR
Norma L. Alford.... Dau...F...W...06?...Single...OK, OK, AR

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Finis Alford
City: Not Stated
County: Kiowa
State: Oklahoma
Birth Date: 23 May 1899
Race: White
Roll: 1851786
DraftBoard: 0

ALFORD, FINIS W
Date Of Death: Thursday, December 07, 1967
Burial Property Name: Memory Lane
Lawn Burial Section: 2
Burial Lot: 133
Grave/Niche: 3
Entrance Gate: 14

ALFORD, IDA
Date Of Death: Saturday, October 29, 1988
Burial Property Name: Memory Lane
Lawn Burial Section: 2
Burial Lot: 133
Grave/Niche: 4
Entrance Gate: 14

1179. CREOLA ALTA TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 28, 1908 in Washita County, Oklahoma, USA, and died March 07, 1976 in Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA. She married ALMOUTH B. ALFORD, son of ARCHIE ALFORD and DONNIE BURSON. He was born November 05, 1903 in Oklahoma, USA, and died June 1974 in Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Notes for CREOLA ALTA TYNER:
Creola's husband was fire chief in Whittier, California for many years. I never did meet Creola. She and my grandfather, Homer Tyner got into an argument over politics when they were young and went the rest of their lives without speaking to each other. I didn't get the chance to meet her because of that.--Jerry Lee Tyner

1180. MARIE MINNA TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, JOHN H., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 28, 1912 in Port, Washita, Oklahoma, USA, and died April 21, 1938 in Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA. She married CLAUDE VAUGHN November 22, 1931 in Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for MARIE MINNA TYNER:
Mrs. Claude Vaughn
Marie M. Vaughn was born December 28, 1912, at Port, Okla., and passed away April 21, 1938, in Whittier, aged 25 years and four months. She attended grammar school and graduated from high school at Port. She became a member of the Methodist Church when quite young. She was married to Claude Vaughn November 22, 1931. To this union was born one son, Dwayne Stanley. The family came to Whittier, Calif. in 1935. She leaves to mourn her loss, besides her husband and small son, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Tyner; five sisters, Mrs. W.S. Paris, Mrs. F. W. Alford and Mrs. A. B. Alford of Whittier; Mrs. Bud Payne of Port, Okla., and Mrs. R. L. Armitage; four brothers, H.J. Tyner of Port, Norman Tyner of Santa Cruz, Calif., Stanley Tyner of San Diego and John Tyner of Puente; also a host of friends.

MRS. CLAUDE VAUGHN
Mrs. Marie M. Vaughn of 311 West Penn Street, wife of Claude Vaughn, passed away last evening. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Siewert-Memory Chapel, with the Rev. Irwin A. Engle in charge. Interment will be Rose Hills Memorial Park. Besides the husband there survive one son, Dwayne, aged 5; her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Tyner of Oklahoma, now at the home here; five sisters, Mrs. W. S. Paris, Mrs. F. W. Alford, Mrs. A. B. Alford of Whittier, and Mrs. R. L. Armitage and Mrs. B. Payne of Port, Okla.; four brothers, J. W. Tyner, Puente; Stanley Tyner, San Diego; Norman Tyner, Santa Cruz, Calif., and Homer Tyner of Port, Okla.

1181. VOISEY GERTRUDE MOORE (SARAH ELLEN AMANDA TYNER, JOHN H. , LEWIS B. , DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 16, 1896 in Arkansas, and died January 17, 1955 in Oklahoma. She married EUGENE ALVIN BATES. He was born May 20, 1871 in Cooke County, Texas, and died May 18, 1956.

1183. MARY BELLE TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 05, 1870 in Noel, McDonald, Missouri, USA, and died December 27, 1960 in Muskogee, Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA. She married JOHN ALEXANDER CARTER January 26, 1890 in Webber Falls, Muskogee County, Indian Territory, son of LEWIS CARTER and MARTHA ANDERSON. He was born September 08, 1860 in Dardanelle, White, Arkansas, USA, and died January 15, 1916 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for MARY BELLE TYNER:
Sworn Affidavit
CAMPBELL, I.T. Sept.24, 1907
//I, John A. Carter, of Campbell, Ind. Terr., was born Sept. 8, 1861, in Logan County, Arkansas; lived there and in adjoining County until twenty-three (23) years of age; from that time until now have lived here except the time spent in prison and six months in Colorado. I am now and have always been a farmer by occupation.
//I was convicted of "Assault with intent to kill" in United States Court at Ft. Smith, Arkansas, Western District, on Oct. 18th, or Nov. 18th, 1887. (Am not sure of exact date). Was sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary at Little Rock, Arkansas, and served time less fifty-two (52) days allowed for good conduct.
//I respectfully ask for "Restoration to full civil rights" on the ground that I was never in trouble of any kind before or since; that since my release from prison eighteen years ago I have lived a moral, law-abiding man.
/s/ John A Carter

1910 Census - Sequoyah, Campbell Township
John A. Carter...Head..M..W..49..M1..20....AR...TN...AR...Farmer
Mary B. Carter..... Wife..F..IN...39..M1..20...12...9... MO...TN...MO
Minnie L. Carter.....Son.. M..IN...19..S...... OK...AR...MO... farm labor
Pearl I. Carter.....Dau..F..IN...17..S...... OK...AR...MO... Farm labor
Ada P. Carter.......Dau..F..IN... 13..S...... OK...AR...MO... Farm Labor
Albert E. Carter..... Son..M..IN.. 09..S...... OK...AR...MO... Farm Labor
Charles W. Carter.....Son..M..IN...06..S...... OK...AR...MO
Ora B. Carter.......Dau..F..IN... 06..S...... OK...AR...MO
Dora L. Carter..... Dau..F..IN... 04..S...... OK...AR...MO
Nora M. Carter..... Dau..F..IN... 04..S...... OK...AR...MO
Nannie Wm B. Carter...Dau..F..IN... 01..S...... OK...AR...MO
[The "Wm" for nannie's middle name is a guess as it was hard to read}
John and Mary were married 20 years at the time of this census and had born 12 children, with 9 living.

John died of the flu.

1920 U.S. Federal Census Oklahoma . Sequoyah . Campbell . ED#149
Living next to John Wesley Tyner
Out of Town School District 28, House Number: 72, Family Number: 76
Name ... Relationship...Sex...Race...Age...Marital Stat...POB ...FPOB...MPOB...Occupation
Mary B. Carter ...Head...F... IN...49...Wd...MO...TN...TN ... Manager-House Farm
Albert E. Carter ...Son...M...IN...19...S...OK...AR ... MO
Charlie Carter ...Son ...M ...IN...16...S...OK ...AR...MO
Ora B. Carter...Dau ...F...IN...16...S...OK...AR... MO
Nora M. Carter...Dau ...F...IN ...15...S ...OK...AR...MO
Dora L. Carter ...Dau ...F...IN...13 ...S...OK...AR...MO

1184. CANZADA TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 23, 1879 in Illinois Station, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died Abt. 1913 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA. She married (1) JOSEPH F. TYNER December 28, 1902 in Indian Territory, son of JOHN TYNER and ELIZABETH WEBSTER. He was born February 26, 1871 in Arkansas, USA. She married (2) R. C. LEWIS March 11, 1922 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma. Children are listed under (928) JOSEPH F. TYNER.

Notes for CANZADA TYNER:
Cherokee D B165.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
COMMISSION TO THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES.
MUSKOGEE, I. T., APRIL 20, 1905.
SUPPLEMENTAL PROCEEDING:
In the matter of the application for the enrollment of Canzadia Tyner as a citizen by blood of the Cherokee Nation.
APPEARANCES:
Applicant represented by Attorney, N. A. Gibson.
Cherokee Nation by Attorney, W. W. Hastings:
(Testimony in this case continued by Stenographer
(T??ey M. Bowman.)
JOHN W. TYNER being first duly sworn, testifies as follows:
EXAMINATION BY COMMISSION.
Q. When you appeared before the Commission at Sallisaw, on August 6, 1900, in answer to the question-of the Commission as to the names of your children, you stated - - “Four at home with me, and a grandchild, Canzadia Tyner”. Have you a grandchild, Canzadia?
A. My grandchild is Ella E. Tyner.
Q. Have you a grandchild named Canzadia? A. No, I have no grandchild named Canzadia.
Q. The next question asked you by the Commission was - - “How old is that child?” - - you answered - - 'She was born in ‘79'. The record showing that you said this child is a grandchild is wrong is it?
A. That must be wrong; Canzadia Tyner is my own child, that is a mistake.
Q. Canzadia Tyner is your own child? A. Yes sir, Canzadia is my own child.
Q. You have no grandchild born in 1879 have you? A. No. sir.
CASE CLOSED.
Lucy M. Bowman being duly sworn states that as stenographer to the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes she correctly recorded the proceedings had and testimony taken in the above entitled cause on April 20, 1905, and that the above and foregoing is a true and complete transcript of her stenographic notes therein.
Lucy M. Bownman
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22 day of April, 1905.
Myra? White

1920 - Campbell, Sequoyah, Oklahoma
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Campbell, Sequoyah, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1488; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 149; Image: 99.
Canzadia Tyner...40...OK, MO, MO...widowed...laborer
William W Tyner...14...OK, Ark, OK
Katie Tyner...10...OK, Ark, OK
Jack A Tyner...7...OK, Ark, OK
All listed as white.

1185. CALEDONIA TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 27, 1881 in Illinois Station, Sequoyah, Indian Territory. She married LOUIS E. OWEN May 25, 1900 in Campbell, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation.

Notes for CALEDONIA TYNER:
1912 Muskogee Co. OK school census
Owens L. E. ... Gore
Owens Gurtrude... f...10-11-1905... Gore

1186. MINNIE EMMALINE TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 19, 1887 in Illinois Station, Sequoyah, Indian Territory, and died May 15, 1926. She married WILLIAM ELI 'MONK' CARTER August 21, 1904 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. He was born Abt. 1886 in Missouri, USA, and died May 13, 1963.

Notes for MINNIE EMMALINE TYNER:
Source: 1920 U.S. Census . Oklahoma . Sequoyah . Campbell . ED# 149 Page 3A Enumeration: Date June 5, 1920 Ward 3 House Number: 49 Family Number: 52
Name Relationship Sex Race Age Marital Stat Age at Marriage POB FPOB MPOB Occupation
William Carter..Head..M..W.. 36.. Md.. MO.. MO.. MO.. Laborer-General
Minnie Carter..Wife.. F.. W.. 3(SIC).. Md ..OK.. TN.. MO
Pierce B. Carter..Dau.. F.. W.. 11.. S.. OK.. MO..OK
Lottie Carter...Dau.. F.. W.. 9.. S.. OK..MO...OK
Fran K. Carter..Dau(SIC).. F.. W.. 7.. S.. OK.. MO..OK
Virgil Carter... Son.. M..W.. 3 1/12.. S.. OK.. MO.. OK
Vera Carter...Dau.. F.. W.. 11/12..S.. OK.. MO.. OK

CRAIG CO. OK
Craig MLI-0C-00270A 08/21/1904 Defendant - TYNER, MINNIE
CARTER, W L vs. TYNER, MINNIE MARRIAGE LICENSE (COUNSELING)

1187. JOHN WESLEY TYNER (JOHN WESLEY, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 11, 1889 in Illinois Station, Sequoyah County, Indian Territory, and died September 02, 1968 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA. He married DORA MYRTLE SITTON September 15, 1919 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, daughter of CHARLES SITTON and DORRAH MARTIN. She was born September 08, 1897 in Arkansas, USA, and died July 1987 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY TYNER:
Served in World War I.

1920 US Federal Census Oklahoma Sequoyah Campbell ED149
Living next door to each other
Out of Town District School District 28, House number: 71; Name Relationship Sex Race Age marital Stat POB FPOB MPOB Occupation
John W. Tyner... Head...M...IN...30...Md...OK, TN MO... farmer
Dora M. Tyner...Wife...F...W...22...Md... AR, AR, AR
John W. Tyner SR...Father... M...IN...72...Wd...TN, TN, TN

House Number: 72; Family Number: 76
Mary B. Carter...Head...F...IN...49...Wd...M, TN, TN...Manager-House Farm
Albert B. Carter...Son... M...IN...19... S...OK, AR, MO
Charlie Carter...Son... M...IN...16... S...OK, AR, MO
Ora B. Carter.. Dau ... F... IN...16... S...OK, AR, MO
Nora M. Carter.. Dau F...IN...15... S...OK, AR, MO
Dora L. Carter... Dau ...F...IN...13... S...OK, AR, MO

.....i...HOWARD QUINTON TYNER, born 05 Jun 1920 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA, married LYNN NICHOLS BLAN, died 04 Oct 1981. Buried in White Chapel Cemetery, Gore, Sequoyah, OK.
.....ii....GEORGE WALDO TYNER, born 17 Jul 1921 Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA, died 26 Jul 2011 Cleveland, Pawnee, Oklahoma, where he's buried in Woodland Cemetery. He married MARY LOUISE PARKER, who died September 20, 2008.

Posted at http://www.findagrave.com
…..George Waldo Tyner was born July 17, 1921 in Gore, Oklahoma. He was the son of John Wesley Tyner, Jr. and Dona Myrtle (Sitton) Tyner. George was raised and attended school in Gore, graduating with the Gore High School Class of 1939. He was a Native American, affiliated with the Cherokee tribe.
…..Upon completion of his high school education, George attended Northeaster State College in Tahlequah where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Education. Upon completion of his education, George was inducted in the service of his country in the United States Army where he served honorably during the later portion of World War II. …...After his honorable discharge, George began a long career as an educator in the public schools of Oklahoma. During his tenure as a teacher and coach, he taught in school systems in Gum Springs, Prue, Wildhorse, Osage and Cleveland; serving as Principal in both Osage and Prue.
…..George was married to Mary Louise Tyner and had one daughter, Cynthia Denise "Cindy", who was born on May 27, 1955. The couple resided in Cleveland their entire married life. In addition to teaching, George worked for several years at the Oklahoma Tire and Supply (OTASCO) for many years, installing and servicing all type of appliances and repairing lawn equipment. Cindy preceded him in death on September 19, 2007 and Mary preceded him on September 20, 2008.
…..George loved working with his hands and especially enjoyed woodworking and the detail of leather work. He could do about anything he put his mind to including building his mother's home. He enjoyed fishing and taking care of his garden. He was also fond of singing. …..George passed away on Tuesday, July 26, 2001 at his home in Cleveland at the age of ninety years. He is survived by his nephews, Steve Tyner of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Bill Tyner of Stillwater, Oklahoma; neices, Wanda Curtis of Checotah, Oklahoma, Karen Lamoreaux of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Laura Tyner of Wagoner, Oklahoma, and Twyla Demasses of Houston, Texas; and a sister-in-law, Lynn Tyner of Wagoner, Oklahoma. In addition to his wife and daughter, George was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Howard Tyner and Coy Tyner.
…..Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, July 30, 2011 at the Chapman-Black Funeral Home with Reverend Sharyn Crosby-Willis of Sojourn Care officiating. Burial will follow at the Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland, Oklahoma under the direction of Chapman-Black Funeral Home.
.....iii.....HUGH MCCOY TYNER, born 24 Mar 1924, died 02 Sep 1968, both in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA.
SEQUOYAH COUNTY, OK Jan 2003
Funeral services for Coy TYNER, 78, of Gore, are being held at 2 p.m. Thursday, at the Agent Chapel in Gore, with rev. Garner Garrison officiating. Burial is in White Cemetery in Gore, under the direction of Agent Funeral Home of Gore. He was born March 24, 1924, in Gore, to John W. TYNER Jr. and Dona Myrtle (SITTON) TYNER. Mr. TYNER died Monday, Jan. 27, 2003, in Gore. Mr. TYNER married Dorothy DOTSON on Feb. 3, 1945, in Sallisaw. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy of the home; one daughter and son-in-law, Wanda and Jim; one son and daughter-in-law, Billy Wayne and Elizabeth; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; one brother, Waldo; one daughter-in-law, Darlena; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by one son, Dale TYNER in 1978.

Dorothy Tyner
died Nov. 30, 2008
.....Funeral services for Dorothy Tyner, 80, of Gore, are being held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the White Chapel Church in Gore with the Rev. Garner Garrison officiating.
.....Burial is in White Cemetery, in Gore, under the direction of Agent Funeral Home of Sallisaw.
.....Mrs. Tyner was born July 11, 1928, in Broken Arrow, to Jack Dotson and Anna (Dean) Dotson. She died Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008, in Checotah.
.....Mrs. Tyner was a homemaker. She was of the Protestant faith.
.....She married Hugh McCoy "Coy" Feb. 3, 1945, in Sallisaw. He preceded her in death, Jan. 27, 2003, in Gore.
.....Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Wanda and Jim Curtis of Checotah; one son and daughter-in-law, Billy Wayne and Elizabeth Tyner of Stillwater; four grandchildren, Joe Curtis, Stanley Curtis, Shannon Bollinger and Shelly Rowe; 10 great-grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter; four brothers and three sisters-in-law, Kenneth and Thelma Barricks of Webbers Falls, Otto and Shirley Dotson of Sulphur Springs, Texas, Carl and Gail Dotson of Tulare, Calif. and Earl Dotson of Vian; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Edna and Jackie McFarland of Gore, Hazel and Arthur Walton of Lampasas, Texas and Mary Isabell of Tulsa; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, great-nieces, great-nephews and other relatives and friends.
.....She was also preceded in death by her parents and her son Dale in 1978.
.....Pallbearers are Keith Dishman, Don Carter, David Bollinger, Billy Rowe, Junior McCoy and Larry Carter. .....Honorary pallbearers are Robert Arney and Nathan Reheard.

1188. JOHN DANIEL TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 07, 1885 in Cherokee County, Indian Territory, and died January 25, 1963 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA. He married NANCY JANE WHITTINGTON January 17, 1909 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA, daughter of WILLIAM WHITTINGTON and SARAH LATTY. She was born January 03, 1891 in Arkansas, USA, and died June 07, 1920 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for JOHN DANIEL TYNER:
Cherokee MLI-01-00224 01/17/1909 Plaintiff - TYNER, DAN
TYNER, DAN and WHITTINGTON, NANNIE MARRIAGE LICENSE

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about John Daniel Tyner
Name: John Daniel Tyner
City: I can't read it--something like "Manhillau"
County: Cherokee Nation
State: Oklahoma
Birth Date: 7 Aug 1885
Race: White
Roll: 1851695
DraftBoard: 0
Age: 33
Occupation: farmer, self
Nearest Relative: Nanie Tyner
Height/Build: no build marked--both "medium" and "short" have marks in them
Color of Eyes/Hair: blue eyes/brown hair
Signature: John Dan Tyner

Living next to Morgan and Whittington families.
Source: 1920 Census _Park Hill, Township 5, Cherokee County, Oklahoma_Enumeration District: 21_Enumeration
Date: January 9-10 1920_Sheet # 4a_Printed Page # 244, Image: 7_House: 58_Family: 60_ Name ...Rel ...Race... Sex... Age... Marital... B... FB... MB... Occ
Dan Tyner... H... W... M... 34... M... OK...MO... AR... Farmer
Nannie Tyner...W... W... F ...28... M... AR... US... AR
John S. Tyner... W ...M ...10... S ...OK ...OK ...AR
George Tyner... S... W... F... 9 ...S... OK... OK... AR
Lizzie D. Tyner...W ...F ...8 ...S ...OK... OK... AR
Ruby D. Tyner...W ...F... 6 ...S ...OK... OK ...AR
Vernie D. Tyner......W ...F ...4... S ...OK... OK ...AR
TNina D. Tyner...W... F... 2... S ...OK... OK... AR
Martha Latta...Aunt... W... F... 60 ...S... AR ...TN... TN
Rebecca Latta...Aunt... W ...F ...50 ...S ...AR ...TN... TN

Source: 1930 US Federal Census Place: Oklahoma - Cherokee Co - Park Hill
District 12, House 209, Family 220
John D. Tyner...Head...44...Widowed...Born Oklahoma... Fa: AK Mo: AK...Farmer...Farmer...152
John V. Tyner ...Son...20 ...Arkansas... Fa: OK Mo: AK
George E. Tyner...Son...19 ...Oklahoma Fa: OK Mo: AK
Francis SorE Tyner...Dau...18...Oklahoma... Fa: OK Mo: AK
Ruby S. Tyner...Dau...16...Oklahoma... Fa: OK Mo: AK
Berna M. Tyner...Dau...14 ... Oklahoma... Fa: OK Mo: AK
Nina M. Tyner ...Dau...12 ...Oklahoma ...Fa: OK Mo: AK
Vergie M. Tyner...Dau...10 ...Oklahoma... Fa: OK Mo: AK
Same House
Martha E Latta... Aunt-H In Law...70...Single...Born-AK...Fa: GA Mo: TN... No Occ
Rebecca E Latta...Aunt In Law...61...Single...Born-AK...Fa: GA Mo: TN... Servant Private Family

Caney Cemetery, Tahlequah, Cherokee Co. OK
Cherokee Co. OK Archives
Copyright c 11/05/2002 by: Cheri Stokes

This copy contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives
By: Cheri Stokes e-mail: Cheristokes at aol.com
CANEY CEMETERY LIST
28 Tyner Alice 27-May 1891 20-Sep 1904
10 Tyner Infant Son of E. B. & M. J. 3-Jul 1898 3-Jul 1898
16 Tyner John Daniel 1885 1963
4 Tyner Josie
2 Tyner Louis Columbus 25-May 1849 7-Apr 1932
3 Tyner Lucinda Latty 5-Apr 1861 30-Sep 1938
15 Tyner Nancy Jane 1891 1920

1189. ROSIE ELLEN TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born October 29, 1887 in Cherokee County, Indian Territory, and died May 31, 1979 in Sallisaw, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA. She married LOGAN GUS WHITTINGTON May 01, 1909 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. He was born Abt. 1885 in Cherokee County, Indian Territory.

Notes for ROSIE ELLEN TYNER:
Cherokee MLI-01-00280 05/01/1909 Defendant - TYNER, ROSIE
WHITTINGTON, G L and TYNER, ROSIE MARRIAGE LICENSE
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1900 United States Federal Census Township 16, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory
Lewis C Tyner...51
Lucinda Tyner...39
Albert Lee Tyner...21
Carson D Tyner...19
Ida Tyner...17
John D Tyner...14
Rosa Tyner...12...Indian Territory (OK)
Mollie Tyner...11
Jettie Tyner...7
Martha Tyner...5
Josie Tyner...2
Lucinda Latty...82
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1920 United States Federal Census Cookson, Cherokee, Oklahoma
Logan Whittington...35
Rosie Whittington...33...OK, US, US...can read/write
Bessie Whittington...7
George Whittington...5
Dessie Whittington...2
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1930 United States Federal Census Summerfield, Le Flore, Oklahoma
Logan G Whittington...44
Rosie E Whittington...42
Bliss M Whittington...17
George L Whittington...16
Dusie E Whittington...12
Walter L Whittington...9
Harvey L Whittington...7
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Social Security Death Index about Rosie Whittington
Name: Rosie Whittington
Last Residence: 74955 Sallisaw, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 29 Oct 1887
Died: May 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: California (1973 )
Source Citation: Number: 553-21-3246;Issue State: California;Issue Date: 1973

1190. MOLLY TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 21, 1889 in Cherokee County, Indian Territory, and died August 07, 1983 in Fairland, Ottawa, Oklahoma, USA. She married HENRY JACKSON WHITTINGTON January 11, 1910 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA, son of WILLIAM WHITTINGTON and SARAH LATTY. He was born March 08, 1888 in Arkansas, USA, and died March 09, 1920.

Notes for MOLLY TYNER:
Cherokee MLI-01-00413 01/14/1910 Defendant - TYNER, MOLLIE
WHITTINGTON, H J and TYNER, MOLLIE MARRIAGE LICENSE

COPY OF MARRIAGE LICENSE
In County Court
To Any Person Authorized to Perform the Marriage Ceremony, Greetings:
You Are Hereby Authorized to _JOIN IN MARRIAGE Mr. H. J. Whittington of Wauhillau, County of Cherokee, State of Oklahoma aged 21 years, and Miss Mollie Tyner of Wauhjillau County of Cherokee, State of Oklahoma aged 20 years, And of this licensse you will make due return to my office within thrity
days from this date.
Witness my hand and official seal this ____/__/___
day of January A.D. 1910
/s/ J.C. Woodson lined out was County Judge
Recorded this 11 day of Jan 1910
/s/ J.C. Woodson
CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE
State of Oklahoma, Cherokee County, ss.
I. M.J. Whitfield [?] Minsiter of the General Baptist Church of Wauhillau in [Cheokee lined out] Adair County, State of Oklahoma, do hereby certify that I have joined in marriage the persons named in and authoirzed by this License to me married on the [could not read] day of Jan A.D. 1910 at A.J.
Latta in Cheerokee County, State of Oklahoma, in the presence of Charley Park [?] of Bunch and A.J. Latta of Wauhillau
/s/ M. J. Whitfield
[?? Baptist Church]
-------------------
Returned and recorded this 18 day of Jan 1910
/s/ J.C. Woodson

1920: Park Hill, Cherokee, Oklahoma
Household Members: Name Age
H J Whittington...31...Arkansas, US, Arkansas...salesman, grocery store...rents home...can read/write
Mollie Whittington...30...OK, US, Arkansas...can't read/write
Annie Whittington...7...OK, Arkansas, OK
Columbus Whittington...5...OK, Arkansas, OK
Evelyn Whittington...3...OK, Arkansas, OK
Frank Whittington 6/12...OK, Arkansas, OK

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Bernice, Delaware, Oklahoma; Roll: 1902; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 241.0.
Mallie Whittington...40...OK, Missouri, Arkansas...widowed...married 20
Annie B Whittington...17...OK, Arkansas, OK
Columbus Whittington...15...OK, Arkansas, OK...farm laborer
Evelin G Whittington...13...OK, Arkansas, OK
James F Whittington...10...OK, Arkansas, OK
Leonard J Whittington...4 8/12...OK, Arkansas, OK

UNKNOW NEWSPAPER - DATE UNKNOWN
MRS WHITTINGTON DIES AT FAIRLAND
FAIRLAND [Special] -- Mollie Whittington, 93, died at the Fairland Nursing Home, Sunday afternoon.
.....Mrs. Whittington was born Dec. 21, 1889, at Welling, Okla. She moved to Fairland in 1978 from Kansas City. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Afton.
.....Survivors inlcude two sons, Frank Whittington, Kansas City, Mo., and Leonard Whittington, Palm Dale, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Eva Detherage, Fairland; two sisters, Mrs. Mable Davis, Tahlequah, and Mrs. Martha Cain, Muskogee; eight grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
.....Funeral services will be announced by the Cooper Funeral Home of Fairland

Social Security Death Index about Mollie Whittington
Name: Mollie Whittington
Last Residence: 64151 Kansas City, Platte, Missouri, United States of America
Born: 21 Dec 1889
Died: Aug 1983
State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (Before 1951 )
Issue State: Missouri; Issue Date: Before 1951

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=WHITTINGTON&GSfn=MARY&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSst=38&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=28990579&

1191. JOSEPHINE TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 13, 1897 in Cherokee County, Indian Territory, and died May 04, 1936. She married (1) WILLIAM T. CAIN. He was born April 10, 1903, and died March 1969 in Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma, USA. She married (2) JESSE CLARK. He was born Abt. 1893. She married (3) CHARLES H. CANTRELL Abt. 1930 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA. He was born Abt. 1892 in Indian Territory.

Notes for JOSEPHINE TYNER:
1930 Park Hill, Cherokee, Oklahoma
House 255
Charles H Cantrell...38...US, US, US...general farmer
Josephine C Cantrell...30...OK, TN, MO
Clifford M Cantrell...11...OK, US, OK
Sylvia B Cantrell...7...OK, US, OK
Beulah L Clark...10...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...stepdaughter
Mabel A Clark...7...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...stepdaughter
Norman L Clark...4 4/12...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...son
Calvin D Clark...1 9/12...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...son

House 256
Lewis C. Tyner...81...TN, NC, NC
Lucinda Tyner...70...MO, TN, MO...wife
Jesse A. Tyner...26...OK, TN, MO...son...general farming

Social Security Death Index about William Cain
Name: William Cain
Last Residence: 74464 Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 10 Apr 1903
Died: Mar 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Louisiana (Before 1951)

1192. BESSIE MAE TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 06, 1900 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died August 22, 1978 in Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. She married (1) CHESTER BOWERS. She married (2) CHARLIE CANTRELL. She married (3) JOHN HENRY DAVIS November 05, 1916 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA, son of FRANCIS DAVIS and ELIZABETH MATTHEWS. He was born October 18, 1886 in Benton County, Arkansas, USA, and died July 19, 1950 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for BESSIE MAE TYNER:
Cherokee MLI-04-00021 11/05/1916 Defendant - TYNER, BESSIE
DAVIS, J H and TYNER, BESSIE MARRIAGE LICENSE

1930 United States Federal Census about Bessie M Davis
John H Davis...43
Bessie M Davis...30
Toy C Davis...12
Ruth M Davis...10
Ida B Davis...8
Laura B Davis...6
Gerthie A Davis...5
Frances M Davis...3
Violet Davis...1 1/12
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Park Hill, Cherokee, Oklahoma;
Roll: 1897; Page: 3A; Enumeration District:
12; Image: 271.0.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Chester Bowers
Birth: 30 Dec 1896
Death: Jan 1968 - Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma, United States of America
Civil: Oklahoma

FIND A GRAVE = NO PHOTO_Bessie Davis Cantrell
Birth: Jan. 6, 1900
Death: Aug. 22, 1978
Burial: Caney Cemetery Tahlequah Cherokee County Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Brenda Huntley
Record added: Jun 21 2006

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Bessie Cantrell
SSN: 557-38-6347
Born: 6 Jan 1900
Last Benefit: 74464 Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma, United States of America
Died: Aug 1978
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )

Notes for CHARLIE CANTRELL: Is this the Charles H. Cantrell who married Josephine Tyner?

1193. JESSE ALEC TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 18, 1904 in Cherokee County, Indian Territory, and died November 27, 1979 in Noel, McDonald County, Missouri, USA. He married ONA E. WILSON November 17, 1934 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA. She was born in 1912 and died in 1996. Both are buried in Noel Cemetery, Noel, McDonald, Missouri.

Notes for JESSE ALEC TYNER:
Cherokee MLI-09-00415 11/17/1934 Plaintiff - TYNER, JESS
TYNER, JESS and WILSON, AMY MARRIAGE LICENSE [[Should be ONA not Amy]]

Social Security Death Index about Jess Tyner
Name: Jess Tyner
Last Residence: 64854 Noel, McDonald, Missouri, United States of America
Born: 18 Jan 1904
Died: Nov 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951)
Issue State: Oklahoma; Issue Date: Before 1951

1194. MABLE PARTHINA TYNER (LEWIS COLUMBUS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 22, 1907 in Adair County, Oklahoma, USA, and died June 26, 1989 in Talequah, Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA. She married THOMAS BENTON "DUTCH" DAVIS April 16, 1925 in Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma, USA. He was born September 09, 1895 in Benton County, Arkansas, USA, and died November 02, 1979 in Wauhillau, Cherokee, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for MABLE PARTHINA TYNER:
Cherokee MLI-06-00451 04/16/1925 Defendant - TYNER, MABLE
DAVIS, TOM and TYNER, MABLE MARRIAGE LICENSE

1930 United States Federal Census Park Hill, Cherokee, Oklahoma
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Park Hill, Cherokee, Oklahoma; Roll: 1897;Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 12; Image: 294. 0.
Thomas B Davis...45
Mabel Davis...22
Opal Davis...3 2/12

Social Security Death Index
Name: Thomas Davis
SSN: 450-14-6169
Last Residence: 74873 Tecumseh, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 2 Apr 1895
Died: Sep 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

Social Security Death Index about Mable P. Davis
Name: Mable P. Davis
Last Residence: 74465 Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma, United States of
America
Born: 22 Nov 1907
Died: Jun 1989
State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (1966 )
Source Citation: Number: 444-52-8978; Issue State: Oklahoma; Issue Date: 1966

1195. MARY BELL HAIR (SARAH FRANCES TYNER, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 1878 in Campbell, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. She married JAMES A. HENRY January 29, 1897 in Muskogee County, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, son of JAMES B. HENRY. He was born April 1875 in Texas, USA.

Notes for MARY BELL HAIR:
"OK District Court Records"
Muskogee MLI-0E-00390A 01/29/1897 Defendant - HAIR, M
HENRY, JAMES and HAIR, M MARRIAGE LICENSE

1880 Census - Texas, Tarrant, Precinct 4
James B. Henry...Self...M..Male..W..23...VA...Farming..VA..VA
Mary Ann Henry...Wife...M...Female...W...24...VA...Keeping House...VA...VA
James A. Henry... Son...S...Male...W...5 ...TX ...VA ...VA
Ellen Nora Henry...Other...S... Female...W...3...TX... VA... VA

The columns are Name, relationship, race, sex, birth date, age, marital status, number of years married, children born, children living, birth place, Father's birth place, Mother's birth place, Occupation

1900 Census - Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, Flint Township, Series T623, Roll 1846, page 274
James V. Henry...Head...W... M... Apr 1875...25... M... 4 ...TX, VA, VA...Ferryman
Mary Henry... Wife... IN ...F... Jan 1878 ... 22... M... 4-1-1 ...IT, IT, MO
Jesse J. Henry...Son... IN... M... Mar 1898... 2 ...S... IT, TX, IT
==================================================================
1910 Census - Oklahoma, Sequoyah, 1-Wd Gore Township, Series T624, Roll 1272, page 97
James Henry...Head... M... W... 35... M1... 13 ...TX, VA, VA ...Farmer General Farm
Mary Henry... Wife... F ...IN ... 31 ...M1 ...13-3-3...OK, OK, MO
Jesse Henry... Son ...M ...IN ...12... S...OK, TX, OK
Edgar Henry...Son ...M ...IN... 9 ... S...OK, TX, OK
Roy Henry... Son ...M ...IN...2 ... S...OK, TX, OK

1196. MARTHA M. HAIR (SARAH FRANCES TYNER, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 08, 1878 in Campbell County, Cherokee Nation West, Indian Territory, and died December 18, 1945. She married (1) SETH K. CORDON October 24, 1897 in Muskogee County, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. He was born Abt. 1868. She married (2) ? LONDAGIN Aft. 1912.

Notes for MARTHA M. HAIR:
"OK District Court Records"
Muskogee MLI-0F-00150A 10/24/1897 Defendant - HAIR, MARTHA
CONLON, S K and HAIR, MARTHA MARRIAGE LICENSE

1197. EMALINE HAIR (SARAH FRANCES TYNER, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 11, 1882 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died March 25, 1985 in Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA. She married GEORGE ALEXANDER BARRICK October 10, 1900 in Muskogee County, Indian Territory. He was born May 07, 1876 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died July 13, 1954.

Notes for EMALINE HAIR:
1910 Census - Oklahoma, Sequoyah, Campbell Twp., Series T624, Roll 1272, Page 200
George Barrick...Head...M ...W... 34...M1-9...TX, Unk, IL...Farm Laborer Farm
Emaline Barrick... Wife... F... In...27...M1-9-4-3... OK OK MO
Marion F. Barrick...Son... M... In...9... S... OK TX OK
Bessie E. Barrick... Dau...F... In ...6 ...S...OK TX OK
Edith F. Barrick... Dau ... F...In...3 ...S...OK TX OK
Emaline listed as 1/8 Cherokee and the children as 1/16.
Living next door to Sarah Frances Hair.

For shares of money appropriated for the Eastern Cherokee Indians by the Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906, in accordance with the decrees of the Court of Claims of May 18, 1905, and May 28, 1906
INDIAN OFFICES
EASTERN CHEROKEES
Rec. Apr 3 1907
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Washington D.C.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Washington, D.C.
SIR:
I hereby make application for such share as may be due me of the fund appropriated by the Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906 in accordance with the decrees of the Court of Claims of May 18, 1906 and May 28, 1906 in favor of the Eastern Cherokees. The evidence of identity is herewith subjoined.
1. State full Name
English name: Emaline Barrick
Indian name: Not Known
2. Residence Campbell
3. Town and post office: Campbell
4 County: Cherokee Nation
5. State: Indian Territory
6. Date and place of birth: Dec 1, 1882 Illinois Dst
7. By what right do you claim to share? If you claim through more than one relative living in 1851, set forth each claim separately:
For My grandparents: James and Nannie Hair. My great aunts: Susie Rattlinggourd, Nannie Hair and Ollie Vann. My cousin: Nannie Rattlinggourd
8. Are you married? Yes
9. Name and age of wife or husband: George Barrick age 29 years
10. Give names of your father and mother, and your mother's name before marriage:
Father - English name: Jesse Hair
- Indian Name: Sounook
Mother - English Name Fannie Hair
Indian Name Not Known
- Maiden Name Fannie Tyner
11. Where were they born?
Father: In Illinois District
Mother: In Missouri
12. Where did they reside in 1851, if living at that time?
Father: born after 1851
Mother: born after 1851
13 Date of death of your father and mother --
Father Dec. 27, 1897
Mother Living
14. Were they ever enrolled for annuities, land, or other benefits? If so, state when and where :
Left blank as material was not available
15. Name all of your brothers and sisters, giving ages, and residence if possible:
Name Born Died
(1) Mary B Henry Campbell, IT
(2) Martha M Corden Campbell, IT
(3) Walter Hair Campbell, IT
(4) Betsy Hair Campbell, IT
(5) Oscar Hair Campbell, IT
(6)
16. State English and Indian names of your grandparents on both father's and mother's side if possible:
Fathers Side
Mother's side
James and Nannie Hair, nee Robinson They were whites
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
17. Where were they born? Paternal grandparents in Cherokee Nation, East
18. Where did they reside in 1851 if living at that time?
Paternal grandparents in Cherokee Nation
19 . Give names of all their children, and residence, if possible:
(1) English Name: Samuel Hair, dead
Indian Name : John Hair, dead
Residence: Elizabeth Bean, dead
(2) English Name Margaret Deer-in-the-Water, dead
Indian Name: Araminta Ross, dead
Residence: James Hair, Campbell, IT
(3) English Name Soloman Hair, dead
Indian Name:
Residence:
(4) English Name
Indian Name:
Residence:
(5) English Name
Indian Name:
Residence:

Muskogee MLI-0K-00078A 10/10/1900 Defendant - HARE, EVALINE
BARRICK, GEORGE and HARE, EVALINE MARRIAGE LICENSE (IMPORT)
This is Emaline do/ Jesse and Fannie (Tyner) Hair
(wonder if her name was actually Evaline? Because she was known as Eva.

1198. WALTER HIRAM HAIR (SARAH FRANCES TYNER, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 12, 1886 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died June 20, 1967 in Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. He married CLARA M. REDDINGTON Abt. 1915 in Oklahoma, USA. She was born November 11, 1887, and died November 23, 1963.

1199. GEORGE MARION TYNER (JEFFERSON KANSAS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 10, 1883 in Wauhillau, Adair County, Going Snake District, Indian Territory, and died January 26, 1969 in Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, USA. He married ETHEL IONE MARSHALL June 16, 1916 in Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma, USA, daughter of JOHN MARSHALL and MARTHA RUSSELL. She was born March 05, 1889 in Temple, Bell, Texas, USA, and died February 17, 1953 in Dewey, Washington, Oklahoma, USA. Buried in the Tyner plot of Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for GEORGE MARION TYNER:
George was of Methodist Church. Taught School. He was a 1907 graduate of the Male Seminary.

Records of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the Court of Claims
1906-1910 Vol. 9, Applications 23801 - 17800
#26322 GEORGE M TYNER Miles, OK
Admitted. Son of 3719
Roll P142 #27529
FCT COMM #2044 George M Tyner - 23

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 4, Bell, Texas; Roll: T624_1530; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 10; Image: 401.
J P Marshall ...44
Martha Marshall ...49
Ethel Marshall... 21...TX, TX, GA
Paul Marshall ...19
Fannie Marshall... 17
Myrtle Marshall ...16
Brooks Marshall... 13
Hazel Marshall... 8

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1457; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 1067. January 28, 1920.
George M Tyner...36...OK, MO, OK...farmer, general
Ethel I Tyner...30...TX, TX, GA...wife
George M Tyner...2 6/12...OK, OK, TX
Nancy E Tyner...61...OK, GA, GA...mother
Mary D Tyner...38...OK, MO, OK...sister
Janana Tyner...32...OK, MO, OK...sister...public school teacher
Frank E Tyner...30...OK, MO, OK...brother...laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Dewey, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: 1938; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 11; Image: 344.0.
George M Tyner...46...Indian...OK, Ark, OK...teacher
Ethel Tyner...40...Indian...OK, TX, GA...teacher
George Tyner...12...Indian...OK, OK, OK

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Dewey, Washington, Oklahoma; Roll: T627_3339; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 74-11. Address: 1111 North Wyandotte.
George M. Tyner...56...OK...Indian...rents home for $20...college education, 5th yr. or more...income $2000
Ethel Tyner...51...TX...Indian...college, 4th year...income: $400
Gensvra Fern McCarlin...28...Ark...white...lodger...single...teacher

Notes from page 660 "History of Cherokee Indians"
TYNER, MR. GEORGE M. (See Sanders)
Nancy, daughter of George O. Saunders and Jennie Tail married Jefferson Tyner and their son George Marion Tyner was born April 10, 1883. Graduated from Male Seminary May 29, 1907. Married at Vinita June 16, 1916 Ethel, daughter of John Pleasant and Martha J. Marshall, born March 5, 1889 in Texas. They are the parents of George Marion Tyner, Jr. born August 24, 1917. Mr. and Mrs. Tyner are members of the Methodist Church. They taught school several years before their marriage.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: George Tyner
Last Residence: 74003 Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 10 Apr 1882
Died: Jan 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (1966 )
Source Citation: Number: 445-52-9346;
Issue State: Oklahoma; Issue Date: 1966

1200. JAMES ABRAM TYNER (JEFFERSON KANSAS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 08, 1885 in Wauhillau, Adair, Going Snake District, Indian Territory, and died July 15, 1974 in Chouteau, Mayes County, OK, USA. He married GRACE BELLE YOUNG November 23, 1909 in Tahlequah, Cherokee, Oklahoma, USA. She was born June 27, 1892 in Ahniwake, Indian Territory, and died July 19, 1926 in Pawhuska, Osage, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for JAMES ABRAM TYNER:
Burial w/graves: Grace Belle Tyner (1891-1926); Ruth Pauline Tyner (1942--1963).

1920 - Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1457; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 1067.
James A Tyner...35...OK, MO, OK...
Garace R Tyner...27...OK, US, US
James W Tyner...8 4/12....OK, OK, OK
Alice M Tyner...5 6/12...OK, OK, OK
Buford B Tyner...4 1/12...OK, OK, OK

1930 - Pawhuska, Osage, Oklahoma
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pawhuska, Osage, Oklahoma; Roll: 1923; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 31; Image: 227.0.
James A Tyner...44...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee... city waterworks
James W Tyner...18...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...
Alice M Tyner...15...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...
Fred L Tyner...14...OK...mixed blood...Cherokee...

Photo of tombstone at http://www.findagrave.com

Children:
.....i.....JAMES WILLIAM TYNER, b. 13 Sep 1911 Cherokee County, Oklahoma; d. 17 Jun 2007. On 01 Jun 1946 in Gallup, McKinley, New Mexico, USA he married MAXINE HELEN PAQUETTE, b. 26 Dec 1916, died 12 Jan 2002 Choteau, Mayes, Oklahoma.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: James W. Tyner
SSN: 415-50-4276
Last Residence: 74337 Chouteau, Mayes, Oklahoma
Born: 13 Sep 1911
Died: 17 Jun 2007
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951)

http://www.obitsforlife.com/obituary/48618/Tyner-James.php
.....James W. Tyner, 95 year-old Chouteau resident, died Sunday, June 17, 2007 at the Meadowbrook Nursing Center in Chouteau. He was born September 13, 1911 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma to James A. and Grace B. (Young) Tyner. James married Maxine Helen Paquette on June 1, 1946 in Gallup, New Mexico, she preceded him in death on January 12, 2002. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the United States Navy. James worked in construction, he also ran a couple of small businesses in Chouteau in the past. James was a member of the First United +Methodist Church in Chouteau.
.....The family includes: his children, Gracie Petty of Niceville, FL, Mary Baker and husband Dan of Chouteau, Taj Tyner of Chouteau, OK, six grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, three great-great grandchildren, a sister Alice Timmons of Norman, a brother Fred Tyner of Pawhuska, several nieces and nephews, and the staff at the Meadowbrook Nursing Center who have been a big part of his family for the past five years.
.....Others preceding him in death were his parents, one daughter, Ruthie Tyner, and a grandson Billy Oliver.
.....The funeral service will be held Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at the Luginbuel Chapel in Vinita. Interment will follow at the Fairview Cemetery in Vinita. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Home of Vinita. Online condolences may be made at www.honoringmemories.com.

.....ii.....ALICE MARCELLA TYNER, b. 10 Aug 1914 Miles, Craig, Oklahoma, died 12 Feb 2010. On 27 Jun 1937 in Osage County, Oklahoma, she married BOYCE DAN TIMMONS on 27 Jun 1937 in Osage County, Oklama. He was b. 06 Feb 1911 Osage Reservation, Near Pawhuska, Osage, Oklahoma, d. 28 Apr 1996 in Norman, Cleveland, Oklahoma.
Published in Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise from February 17 to March 17, 2010
Alice Tyner Timmons(1914 - 2010)
.....Alice Tyner Timmons, born near Vinita, Oklahoma, August 10, 1914, passed away Friday, February 12, 2010 at the age of 95. She is the daughter of James and Grace Young Tyner, and the great-great-granddaughter of Quatie Snaketail, who walked the Trail of Tears at age 68 from Hiwassee River, Tennessee. Mrs. Timmons attended school in Pawhuska before attending the Chilocco Indian School, Northeastern State College in Tahlequah, and the University of Oklahoma. Alice married Boyce Timmons of Pawhuska June 27, 1937 and together they had four children, David, Dan and Tim Timmons and Alesha Timmons Moring.
.....Alice worked at OU for 20 years, including 18 years as a specialist at the Western History Collection. Many University of Oklahoma students benefited from her vast knowledge of Oklahoma history as they worked on their Masters and PhD degrees. While at OU, she received the George Lynn Cross Merit Award, , the Distinguished Service Award of the Oklahoma Heritage Association, and was assigned the History Award as one of the five Outstanding Women of Oklahoma by the Oklahoma City Professional Chapter of Women in Communications Inc.
.....In 1999, Mrs. Timmons was honored as one of the first recipients of the Cherokee Honor Society Award presented by the Cherokee National Historical Society. Other awards she received have included the Phi Alpha Theta History Service Award, the Cherokee Nation Distinguished Service Award, the 1997 National Indian Education Award, the Chilocco Indian School Alumni Award and most recently induction into the Oklahoma History Center's Hall of Fame in 2006.
.....In the 1970s, Alice and her brother, James Tyner, published twelve volumes of "Our People and Where They Rest," a compilation of maps and descriptions of abandoned cemeteries of the old Cherokee Nation. A second book, edited by Alice and her late husband Boyce, is a reprint of "The Cherokee Physician" by Richard Foreman.
.....Mrs. Timmons was one of the founders of the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women in 1969, a group that recognized her as the 1988 Oklahoma Indian Mother of the Year. Some of her many memberships have included Cherokee National Historical Society, National Congress of American Indians, Oklahoma Women's Posse of the Westerners, Descendants of the Cherokee Seminaries, Chilocco Indian School Alumni Association, and the National Trail of Tears Association. She was also very active with several Norman area garden clubs, where she frequently presented programs about Native American medicines and herbs.
.....Alice and Boyce were part of the special community at OU in the 1940s through the '70's that nurtured and "fostered" Native American students. With their support, guidance and encouragement many students were able to complete their degrees.
.....Alice made her home the center of every family holiday with her wonderful flair for decorating, cooking and remembering every family member, whether present or far away. The grandchildren would love to peek into their special, handmade cross-stitched native designed stockings. There were over 40 beautiful stockings. The Christmas tree was decorated with Native American ornaments collected over the years, as well as ornaments created by family members.
.....These activities, works, and awards are evidence of a life dedicated to her love of family, heritage and history.
.....Mrs. Timmons was preceded in death by her husband Boyce Timmons in 1996, son David Timmons in 1989, infant son James in 1945 and brother James of Chouteau, OK. She is survived by her children Dan Timmons and wife, Naomi, Tim Timmons and wife, Cynthia and Alesha Timmons Moring and husband, Bob, all of Norman, and "son" Thomas Todacheeney and wife, Mary Lou of Farmington, NM. She also has ten grandchildren, Dan, Brian, Tim and Garrett Timmons, Cindy Hunter, Amy York, Alan Moring, Julie Moring, Sean Kight and Christy McFarland, and eighteen great-grandchildren, her brother, Fred Tyner, of Pawhuska, OK, and many other relatives and close friends.
.....She had a special place in her heart for the members of Norman First American United Methodist Church, where she was an active member and elder.
.....Services are Tuesday, February 16th, 12:00pm at St. Stephens Methodist Church, with Havenbrook Funeral Home handling the services.
.....Send condolences online at http://www.havenbrookfuneralhome.com/Obituaries.htm
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1201. MARCELLA CARRIE TYNER (JEFFERSON KANSAS, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born September 27, 1893 in Wauhillau, Adair, Going Snake District, Indian Territory, and died March 15, 1939 in Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma, USA. She married FRANKLIN CLYDE GLENN June 22, 1913 in Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma, USA, son of JESSE GLENN and MARGARET COWAN. He was born July 17, 1890 in Centralia, Craig, Oklahoma, USA, and died September 15, 1938 in Talihina, Leflore, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for MARCELLA CARRIE TYNER:
CRAIG CO. OK
Craig MLI-03-00114 06/22/1913 Defendant - TYNER, CARRIE
GLENN, FRANK C vs. TYNER, CARRIE MARRIAGE LICENSE (COUNSELING)

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Franklin C Glenn
Name: Franklin C Glenn
City: Not Stated
County: Craig
State: Oklahoma
Birthplace: Oklahoma; United States of America
Birth Date: 17 Jul 1890
Race: Indian (Native American)
Roll: 1851699
DraftBoard: 0
Age:
Occupation:
Nearest Relative:
Height/Build:
Color of Eyes/Hair:
Signature:
Source Citation: Registration Location: Craig County, Oklahoma; Roll:
1851699; Draft Board: 0.

1920 United States Federal Census about Frank C Glenn
Frank C Glenn...29...OK, Arkansas, Arkansas...own home...can read/write
M Carrie Glenn...26
Kennith E Glenn...5 6/12
Arnold L Glenn...3 2/12
W Henry Glenn...37
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Township 3, Craig, Oklahoma;
Roll: T625_1457; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 1066.

Notes from page 624 "History of Cherokee Indians"
**GLENN, FRANKLIN C. (See Foreman and Saunders) - Franklin Clyde, son of Jesse Edward and Margaret (Cowen) Glenn, born July 17, 1890, educated in the Cherokee Public Schools and Male Seminary. Married at Vinita June 22, 1913 Marcella Carrie, daughter of Jefferson and Nannie E. (Saunders) Tyner, born September 23, 1893 educated in Female Seminary and Northeastern Oklahoma State Normal. They are the parents of: Kenneth Edward, born July 3, 1914 and Lavance Arnold Glenn born May 29, 1916. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn are farmers near Miles.
**Jesse Edward Glenn was the son of Henry Glenn and Jennie Foreman.
**Nannie E. Saunders was the daughter of George O. Saunders and Jennie Lale.
[[Actually this should be Jennie Snake Tail.]]
[[Nannie E. Saunders has also been spelled as Nancy E. Sanders]]
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Photo of tombstone:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6915677
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=691568

1202. POLLY OER (ANGELINE TYNER, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM , WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born January 25, 1880 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died July 05, 1919. She married JORDAN HENRY JONES December 25, 1904 in Campbell, Indian Territory. He was born March 27, 1882 in Arkansas, USA, and died August 13, 1955.

1203. SARA ROSE OER (ANGELINE TYNER, HIRAM, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM , WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born July 09, 1897, and died March 11, 1987. She married WILLIAM FREDERICK BROWN Aft. 1907 in Oklahoma. He was born Abt. 1885.

Notes for SARA ROSE OER:
SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Sarah Mounts
SSN: 441-64-1181
Last Residence: 74435 Gore, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 9 Jul 1897
Died: Mar 1987
State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (1973 )

1204. SARAH CALEDONIA TYNER (LEWIS R., STEVEN JACKSON, LEWIS B. DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born November 1884 in Mississippi, and died Abt. 1930 in England, Lonoke County, Arkansas. She married FELIX LEE GARNER January 23, 1905 in Dublin, Logan, Arkansas, son of JOHN GARNER and SUSAN WARE. He was born January 25, 1884 in Morrison Bluff, Logan, Arkansas, and died July 25, 1954.

Notes for SARAH CALEDONIA TYNER:
Draft Card of Felix Lee Garner States:
Permanent Home Address: Scranton , Logan County, Arkansas
Age: 34
Date of Birth: January 25th 1884
Race: White
Native Born
Occupation: Farm-Day Laborer
Nearest Relative: Dona Garner
Address: Scranton, Logan County, Arkansas
Medium Height
Medium Build
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black

Source: 1920 Census Scranton town, River Township, Roseville, Logan County, Arkansas
Enumeration District: 56, Enumeration Date: January 2, 1920, Page: 13A, Printed Page # 199, Image: 23, House: 3, Family: 3
Name ... Rel... Race ...Sex... Age... Marital ... B ... FB... MB... Occ
Felix Garner...Head ...W... M ... 35... M ...Ark,TN, Ark ... Farmer
Dona Garner...Wife...W...F...36 ...M ... Ark, TN, Ark
Ralph Garner... Son ... W... M...10...S... Ark, Ark, Ark
Woodrow Garner ...Son ... W... M...7 ...S... Ark, Ark, Ark
Fay Garner... Son...W ... M... 4 11/12...S...Ark, Ark, Ark
Opal Garner...Dau...W... F...2 11/12... S...Ark, Ark, Ark
Baby Not Yet Named Garner...Dau... W... F... 0/12...S...Ark, Ark, Ark
Above this house is:
James W. Walker...Head.. W ... M ... 67...D... TN TN TN... Farmer

1205. ELMER W. TYNER (LEWIS R., STEVEN JACKSON, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born August 1888 in Arkansas, USA. He married IOLA SLUSSER January 14, 1912 in Logan County, Arkansas, USA, daughter of WILLIAM SLUSSER and MARTHA PRESCOTT.

1206. ROBERT LEE TYNER (LEWIS, LEWIS J. , LEWIS B. , DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born May 24, 1888 in Gore, Sequoyah County, Indian Territory, and died March 29, 1952 in Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma, USA. He married (1) LELA FEBERS. He married (2) VIOLET LODEMAS BAILEY October 24, 1910 in Sallisaw, Sequoyah, Indian Territory, daughter of BENJAMIN BAILEY and JENNIE CURL. She was born September 10, 1892 in Windsor, Pettis, Missouri, USA, and died February 19, 1963 in Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for ROBERT LEE TYNER:
Robert Lee Tyner, Vinita, Craig, Ok, 22, to Miss Violet Bailey, Sallisaw, 18, by A.P. Johnson MG on Oct. 24, 1910 page 827

WORLD WAR I DRAFT
Name: Robert Lee Tyner
City: Sequoyah
County: Rogers
State: Oklahoma
Birthplace: Oklahoma;United States of America
Birth Date: 24 May 1888
Race: Indian (Native American)
Roll: 1852126
DraftBoard: 0
farmer
wife and 4 children
medium height/build, light grey eyes, light hair

1920 - Oolagah, Rogers, Oklahoma
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Oolagah, Rogers, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1482; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 167; Image: 467.
Robert L Tyner...31...IN...OK, Arkansas, MO...farmer, general
Violet S Tyner...27...IN...MO, MO, VA
Reginald D Tyner...8...IN...OK, OK, MO
Lutie W Tyner...6...IN...IN...OK, OK, MO
Clara M Tyner...4...IN...IN...OK, OK, MO
Pearl A Tyner...9/12...IN...IN...OK, OK, MO
Mary E W Hunt...11...W...niece

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Robert Tyner
SSN: 440-16-1970
Born: 24 May 1888
Died: Mar 1953
State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

For tombstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6045310
Violet: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14164797

1207. SARAH DELILAH TYNER (LEWIS, LEWIS J., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born April 24, 1890 in Gore, Sequoyah, Indian Territory, and died Abt. 1986 in Bakersfield, Kern, California, USA. She married DORSIE WEDDEL.

1208. MARTHA EMALINE TYNER (LEWIS, LEWIS J., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born December 18, 1893 in Gore, Sequoyah, Indian Territory, and died February 25, 1970 in Vinita, Craig, Oklahoma. She married IRVING BUTCHER. He was born January 31, 1892. Notes for MARTHA EMALINE TYNER: Martha Emaline Tyner is not listed in any indexes or plat map of Fairview Cemetery in Vinita, Oklahoma.

1209. MYRTLE IRENE TYNER (LEWIS, LEWIS J., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born March 30, 1904 in Gore, Sequoyah, Indian Territory. She married RAYMOND LEONARD MILLISER April 19, 1924. He was born May 17, 1904.

1210. ADELIAH CHADWICK (MARGARET MALIS KIRKSEY, FRANCES TYNER, LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM , SARAH, NICHOLAS) was born Abt. 1888 in Alabama. She married JOHN H. LAWSON April 15, 1908 in Sequatchie, Marion, Tennessee. He was born October 25, 1882 in Tennessee, and died September 22, 1949.

1211. JESSE A. TYNER (ULYSSES, JESSE L., LEWIS B., DEMPSEY, WILLIAM, WILLIAM, SARAH, NICHOLAS) b. November 14, 1896, Illinois Station, Indian Territory, d. 11 Jun 1946 Searcy County, Arkansas. Married LILA SCISCO there 01 Jun 1918, she was born abt. 1905. He married BESSIE JANE WYATT 04 Dec 1921 in Snowball, Searcy, Arkansas; she was b. 02 Mar 1899 in St. Joe, Searcy, Arkansas and d. 09 Feb 1987 Harrison, Boone, Arkansas. Jesse was buried in Love Cemetery, Saint Joe, Searcy, Arkansas. Bessie was buried in Osborne Cemetery, Saint Joe, Searcy, Arkansas. At least six children by Bessie.

.....i.....DENSIL EAMMITT TYNER b. 18 Sep 1922, d. 14 Oct 2011.

...Densil Eamitt Tyner, age 89 of St. Joe, Arkansas passed away Friday, October 14, 2011 in Harrison, Arkansas.
...He was born at St. Joe on September 18, 1922 to Jess and Bessie Wyatt Tyner.
...Densil married Janavee Baker on October 18, 1947 at Bear Creek, Arkansas. They have spent the last 64 years hand in hand and side by side. They had a love that most couples can only dream of having.
...Desnis was a veteran of World War II, serving in the European Theater as a Combat Infantryman. At the close of the war he worked as a telephone switchboard operator. For his service to his country he received the World War II Victory Medal, European-African Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with two Bronze Stars, Good Conduct Medal, and two Overseas Bars.
...Densil spent his whole life working and providing for his family. Throughout his life he held many jobs. They include working in the CCC camps in Idaho, the wheat fields in Kansas, a mechanic in California, and a construction welder on dams throughout the Midwest. He went on to retire to his farm, where he enjoyed farming, fishing, and most of all his family.
...He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Sherail Tyner Saling; a brother, Frank Tyner and his wife, Marge; an infant brother, Charlie; a sister, Hazel Tyner Campbell; an infant sister, Inas Belle; his father and mother-in-law, Sheridan and Chloe Newton Baker; and a sister-in-law, Sherlene Baker.
...His survivors include his wife, Janavee; his daughter, Betty Tyner Eddings and husband Junior of St. Joe; a granddaughter. LaJana Saling Nixon and husband Roy of Springfield, MO; a grandson, Tyner Eddings and Amanda Williams of Harrison; a grandson, Zachary Eddings and his wife Kayla of St. Joe; two great-grandchildren, Jessica and Jeremy; and his honorary great-grandchildren, Hunter, Dallas and Shelby.
...He is also survived by a brother, Barney Tyner and his wife, Veleda of Bellefonte, AR; a sister, Lurline Kovich of San Jose, CA; three brothers-in-law, Henly Campbell of St. Joe, Donald and Mary Baker of Bartlett, TN, Devon Baker of Hot Springs; and many other relatives and friends.
...Graveside services will be held 2 P.M. Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at Osborne Cemetery at St. Joe.
...Pallbearers will be grandsons and nephews, Tyner Eddings, Zachary Eddings, Roy Nixon, Kenneth Baker, Doug Campbell, and Randy Campbell.
...Honorary pallbearers are nephews and nieces, Colleen Breedlove, Jannie Manes, Kevin Cooper, John Tyner, Barney Tyner, Jr., Elizabeth Lange, Stan Tyner, Kelly Tyner, Eugene Baker, and Curtis Baker.
...Visitation was Monday, October 17, 2011 at Coffman Funeral Home in Harrison.
...Online condolences may be left at www.coffmanfh.com.
.....ii.....
.....iii.....CHARLIE H. TYNER, b. 23 Sep 1928, d. Feb 1934, buried in Osborne Cemetery, all in Searcy County, Arkansas, USA.
.....iv.....HAZEL DELPHA TYNER, b. 01 Jun 1930 St. Joe, Searcy, Arkansas; d. 15 Apr 2010 Mountain Home, Baxter, Arkansas. She married HENLEY CAMPBELL 03 Nov 1961.
Hazel Delpha Campbell
June 1, 1930 - April 15, 2010
.....Hazel Delpha Campbell, age 79, of St. Joe, Arkansas, went on to be with her Savior on Thursday, April 15, 2010, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mt. Home, Arkansas. She was born June 1, 1930, in St. Joe, the daughter of Jess and Bessie (Wyatt) Tyner. Mrs. Campbell was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Charlie Tyner and Frankie Tyner; and a sister, Inas Bell.
.....Hazel Tyner married Henley Campbell on November 3, 1961, and they celebrated forty eight years of marriage. Hazel enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, gardening, crocheting and spending time with her husband at their cabin in Snowball, Arkansas. She was a loving wife and devoted mother and grandmother.
.....Hazel Delpha Campbell is survived by her loving husband, Henley Campbell, of the home; her son and daughter-in-law, Doug and Kathie Campbell, of Hasty, Arkansas; her daughter and son-in-law, Jannie and Wesley Manes, of St. Joe; her daughter, Colleen Breedlove, of Harrison; her son, Randy Campbell, of St. Joe; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Densiland Jana Tyner of St. Joe and Barney and Veleda Tyner of Harrison; and her sister, Lurline Kovich, of San Jose, California.
.....Hazel is also survived by her grandchildren, Justin Campbell and his wife Heather, Ashley Breedlove, Coty Campbell, Makayla Campbell, Dalton Campbell, Ashley Keymer and her husband Doug and Jaron Manes; her great-grandchildren, Beckham Campbell, Lawlli Manes, Kaytlin Keymer, Gavin Keymer, Javen Keymer and Kason Keymer; her lifetime friend, Laverne Strahan, of St. Joe; and a host of other family and dear friends throughout the community.
.....Visitation was Sunday, April 18, 2010, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home.
.....Funeral service was Monday, April 19, 2010, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home, with Pastor Darvin Rainbolt officiating.
.....Pallbearers were Justin Campbell, Coty Campbell, Ty Eddings, Zach Eddings, Jimmy Campbell and Boone Clifford.
.....A special thanks to Dr. Bill Galli and the staff of Baxter Regional Medical Center's Coronary Care Unit.
.....v.....FRANCIS WILLIAM TYNER, b. 19 Aug 1932 St Joe, Searcy, Arkansas, d. 21 Mar 1989 Macon, Bibb, Georgia. He m. MARGIE S. HENSLEY, b. 31 Dec 1940 Arkansas, d. 05 Nov 2007 Warner Robins, Houston, Georgia. Both are buried at Western Grove Cemetery, Western Grove, Newton, Arkansas.
.....vi..... INAS BELL TYNER, b. 04 Mar 1934, died November 1938.
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