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Tyner Family History Search

 

 

Known Family Tree

Isaac J Tyner
  bd. 1825
  dd. 1902
|	Frank Soloman Tyner
|	  bd. 1869
|	  dd. 1951, Fort Wayne, Indiana
|	|	Mary Pauline Tyner
|	|	  bd. 3 Jan 1894, Columbus, Indiana
|	|	  dd. 10 Sep 1967, Miami, Florida
|	|	Claude Tyner
|	|	  bd. 17 Dec 1889
|	|	  dd. 8 Dec 1945

 

Here an Isaac, There an Isaac!

Whoís Our Isaac?

1880 Census Data

Name

Age

Occupation

Place of Birth

Motherís Birth Place

Fatherís Birth Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Isaac

51

Farmer

Indiana

Indiana

Penn

Tyner, Margaret

36

Wife

Ohio

Indiana

Indiana

Tyner, Frank S.

14

Son

Indiana

Indiana

Indiana

Tyner, Cora

9

Daughter

Indiana

Indiana

Indiana

 

This Isaac Tyner appears in the 1880 census in Clifty Township (Columbus), Bartholomew County. The post office is listed as Forest Hill. Since Frank and Cora are his known children, this must be our great grandfather, Isaac J. Tyner, but his age differs from other records making 1829 as his birth year not the 1825 that is in our family tree. Frankís birthday is also different: 1869 in our records and 1866 if he really were 14 at this census. We have no birth year for Cora. Indiana is listed as Isaacís as well as his fatherís place of birth while his mother was born in Pennsylvania.

Census indexes for 1820, 1840 and 1850 do not list any Isaac Tyner nor any Tynerís living in Bartholomew County.

Another Isaac Tyner appears in the 1880 census in Jackson Township (which is just west of Westport, Indiana), Decatur County at age 31 with a farm worth $4,000 and personal property of $800.

1820 Federal Census for Indiana

Head of Household

County

Page

White Males

White Females

Number in Agriculture

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Harris

Fayette

013

2

4

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, James

Fayette

023

8

5

1

Tyner, Solomon

Fayette

023

4

3

1

Tyner, William

Fayette

023

1

3

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, John

Fayette

027

5

5

1

Tyner, Richard

Fayette

027

3

5

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, James

Fayette

031

3

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, William

Franklin

168

4

7

3

Tyner, Elijah

Franklin

169

2

1

1

Tyner, John

Franklin

169

2

1

1

While these Tyners all share the same last name, about all that can be deduced from the census list is that the family groupings lived very near each other.

Indiana 1840 Census Index

Head of Household

County

Page

Township

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Richard

Cass

209

No Township

 

 

 

 

Tyner, William

Decatur

206

Mixed Township

 

 

 

 

Tyner, James

Fayette

041

Harrison

Tyner, Drury

Fayette

044

Harrison

Tyner, John H.

Fayette

044

Harrison

Tyner, Samuel G.

Fayette

045

Harrison

Tyner, William

Fayette

066

Connorsv

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Ezekiel

Franklin

303

No Township

Tyner, Rithcard

Franklin

314

No Township

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Elijah

Hancock

217

Blue River

Tyner, Solomon

Hancock

217

Blue River

 

 

 

 

Tyner, John

Rush

145

Noble

Tyner, William

Rush

145

Noble

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Elizabeth

Shelby

327

Hanover

 

 

 

 

Tyner, William

Starke

049

No Township

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Daniel H.

Wabash

003

Noble

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Thomas

Wayne

311

Cambridge

1850 Census Index

Head of Household

County

Page

Township

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Elizabeth

Cass

451

Clinton

 

Tyner, Richard

Cass

490

Clinton

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Isaac J.

Decatur

123

Jackson

21

Tyner, Sarah J.

Decatur

123

Jackson

22

Tyner, William H.

Decatur

123

Jackson

23

Tyner, William

Decatur

154

Sand Creek

 

Tyner, William J.

Decatur

154

Sand Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Richard

Fayette

201

Harrison

 

Tyner, James

Fayette

205

Harrison

 

Tyner, Samuel G.

Fayette

216

Harrison

 

Tyner, John H.

Fayette

244

Posey

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Olive

Franklin

266

Metamora

 

Tyner, Ezekiel

Franklin

267

Metamora

 

Tyner, Mary

Franklin

267

Metamora

 

Tyner, William

Franklin

271

Metamora

 

Tyner, Richard

Franklin

309

Brookville

 

Tyner, Silas

Franklin

309

Brookville

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, William

Fulton

414

Rochester

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Elijah

Hancock

215

Blue River

 

Tyner, Solomon

Hancock

219

Brandywine

 

Tyner, James

Hancock

221

Brandywine

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Harrison

La Porte

262

La Porte

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Hoins

Marion

169

Perry

 

Tyner, Hoins

Marion

169

Perry

 

Tyner, Benjamin

Marion

183

Centre

 

Tyner, Benjamin

Marion

183

Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Beverly W.

Rush

415

97th District

 

Tyner, John

Rush

415

97th District

 

Tyner, Lewis L.

Rush

415

97th District

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, William H.

Shelby

375

Hanover

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, Jacob

Wabash

330

Liberty

 

Tyner, Elijah

Wabash

331

Liberty

 

Tyner, William

Wabash

331

Liberty

 

Tyner, Lewis J.

Wabash

332

Liberty

 

Tyner, Lyoner

Wabash

345

Liberty

 

Tyner, Daniel H.

Wabash

409

Noble

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner, James N.

Wayne

023

Cambridge

 

Tyner, Thomas

Wayne

027

Cambridge

 

 

1860 Decatur County Census

Last Name

First Name

Age

Birthplace

Calculated Birth Year

TP

Page

Tyner

Isaac

31

Indiana

1829

36

906

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner

Wm. J.

32

Indiana

1828

36

919

Tyner

Nancy

25

Indiana

1835

36

919

Tyner

Emisetta

2

Indiana

1858

36

919

Tyner

Wilbur

1

Indiana

1859

36

919

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyner

Nancy

63

Kentucky

1797

1084

930

It is unclear who this Isaac is.

 

On 3 Feb 1872, William H. Tyner bought 4 lots in the town of Newberg (now named Forest Hill which is located a bit north of Westport), Decatur County, Indiana, for $1,400.

 

Headstones from Graves in Horseshoe Bend Cemetery

near Westport, Indiana

William Tyner died Sep 18, 1854 aged 45y 6m & 18 days

Elder William Tyner died June 1, 1840

 

William Tyner

B: 28 Feb 1809

D: 18 Sep 1854

Looking for the wife of William Tyner!

Table sorted by date of marriage.

Name

Wife

Married

Williamís Age

County

Source

 

 

 

 

 

 

William

Prudence Caldwell

4 Nov 1819

10

Fayette

1850 Census

William

Caroline Royster

1 Jun 1837

28

Fayette

1840 Census

William

Malinda Lines

6 Jun 1839

30

Rush

1840 Census

William

Rachael Loney /Long

2 Aug 1840

31

Fayette

1850 Census

William H.

Emily Vert

25 Mar 1841

32

Hancock

1850 Census

William J.

Margaret Hamilton

6 Oct 1842

33

Decatur

None shown

William

Nancy Black

28 Aug 1842

33

Decatur

1850 Census

William E.

Sarah Jane Pond

26 Oct 1843

34

Franklin

1850 Census

William

Mary Washburn

26 Dec 1847

38

Rush

1840 Census

William H.

Sarah Jane Moore

26 Apr 1849

40

Decatur

1850 Census

 

 

Elder William Tyner

B: unknown

D: 1 Jun 1840

None of our Williamís listed here has Elder for a first name. It is unclear if Elder is his actual first name or a title for a church member. George Cann from Westport tells us that this William preached for many years in the Horseshoe Bend neighborhood. George went on to tell that if there were a connection among Elder William Tyner, Isaac J., and Frank Tyner, that he thought there would be another generation between Elder Tyner and Isaac.

The comparison above is an attempt to further identify these Tynerís and place them into the Tyner puzzle.

 

"I know the Tyners ÖÖ. originally came to Indiana through Fayette, Jefferson and Dearborn Counties, Indiana."

Ė a comment from Marlena on genforum.genealogy.com.

1820 Census Index

(Tynerís shown)

Heads of Household, age 20+ Township Page County Comment

ancestry.com

Elijah Tyner Brookville Franklin 169

Harris Tyner Connersville 012 Fayette

James Tyner Harrison 022 Fayette

James Tyner Harrison 030 Fayette

John Tyner Brookville 026 Franklin 169

John Tyner Harrison 022 Fayette 4 of 6

Richard Tyner Harrison 026 Fayette

Solomon Tyner Harrison 022 Fayette

William Tyner Brookville 022 Franklin 168

William Tyner Harrison Fayette 2 of 6

1830 Census Index

(Tynerís shown)

Heads of Household, age 20+ Township Page County Comment

ancestry.com Drury Tyner Not listed 063 Fayette 63 of 104

Fanny Tyner Not listed 035 Fayette 67 of 104

John Tyner Not listed 040 Fayette 77 of 104

Margaret Tyner Not listed 036 Fayette 69 of 104

Solomon Tyner Unknown Franklin 108 of 130

William Tyner Unknown Franklin 108 of 130

1840 Census Index

(Tynerís shown)

Heads of Household, age 20+ Township Page County Comment

Drury Tyner Harrison 044 Fayette

Richard Tyner No twp 209 Cass Logansport

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Richard Tyner married Emily Ross in Fayette County on 20 Dec 1832.

Richard Tyner, who married Emily Ross, was another Tyner/Givens child. Born ca. 1809, he died June 1893 Logansport, Cass Co. IN.

Richard Tyner married Marsha Noble in Dearborn County on 15 Oct 1823.

William Tyner Mixed twp 206 Decatur Related ?

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

William Tyner married Malinda Lines in Rush County on 6 Jun 1839.

James Tyner Harrison 041 Fayette

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

James Tyner married Lucinda Caldwell in Fayette County on 31 Oct 1829.

James Tyner, born September 19 1807, died November 4 1897, married in 1829 to Lucinda Caldwell, born August 30 1812, died September 23 1895. Who were James' parents and siblings? Did James and Lucinda have any children? If so, what were their names? Any information is appreciated. Thanks in advance. Marlena

James Tyner married Eliza Grayham in Gibson County on 14 Oct 1813.

James Tyner married Zillah Reed in Wayne County on 10 Mar 1817.

Drury Tyner Harrison 044 Fayette

John H. Tyner Harrison 044 Fayette

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

John H. Tyner married Mary Carver in Fayette County on 26 Apr 1840.

Samuel G. Tyner Harrison 045 Fayette

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Samuel G. Tyner married Elizabeth Ann Ross in Fayette County on 7 Jun 1832.

Samuel G. Tyner married Mary Stevens in Fayette County on 1 Dec 1839.

Samuel Givens Tyner was born 29 December 1811 to James Tyner/Margaret Givens. He married both the Ross and Stevens women you list.

William Tyner Connersville 066 Fayette

William Tyner Harrison 066 Fayette

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

William Tyner married Prudence Caldwell in Fayette County on 4 Nov 1819.

William Tyner married Caroline Royster in Fayette County on 1 Jun 1837.

Finally, the William Tyner born ca. 1821 who married Caroline Royster is one of the Tyner/Givens kids. Caroline was the first of 3 wives. He died 30 August 1896 Wabash Co. IN.

Ezekiel Tyner No twp 303 Franklin

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Ezekiel Tyner married Sarah Meeks in Franklin County on 31 May 1838.

Ezekial who married Sarah Meeks parents are William Tyner and Elizabeth Hackleman. (FYI) Elizabeth Hackleman Tyner passed away in Aug 1810. Her tombstone is preserved in excellant condition in the Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church, Mounds IN, just south of Brookville. Did Ezekial and Sarah have a son named Henry Clay? He married Mary Ellen Crandall. I have that they lived in Morristown. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks. Henry Clay Tyner was born 10 September 1842 in IN and married Mary E. Crandle. He is a farm laborer in the 1860 census. He moved to Marshall Co., Kansas, where he died about 1926. He was the son of Ezekiel Tyner and Sarah Meeks (Childress) Tyner.
Ezekiel was born 4 December 1806 Cedar Grove, Franklin Co. and married 31 May 1838 in Brookville, Franklin Co. to Sarah Meeks Childress, born 5 September 1818 NY, died 15 July 1899 near Morristown, Hancock Co. IN. Ezekiel died 21 January 1879, 72 years 1 month 17 days old, near Morristown. Ezekiel was the son of William Tyner and Elizabeth Hackleman. See my histories at
http://www.geocities.com/supchara/Leavells.html; I think there's stuff on William and Elizabeth and their ancestors. You might also want to get a copy of Phyllis Hackleman's HACKLEMANS IN AMERICA. See the Genforum on HACKLEMAN; her e-mail address is there. William was the founder/pastor of the first protestant (Baptist) church in the Indian territory, which still exists and is a historical registered place. I visited it last fall. I am William's 3rd Greatgrandson. My line is by his daughter Elizbeth Tyner (6/8/1819-9/27/1864) of his 2nd wife Martha Hamilton (abt 1775-6/1/1840).Jane, Thank you for the information. I thought they might be in my line, but wasn't sure. My grandfather thought Meeks was on his grand mother's side. I have found some info on the internet that indicates that Henry Clay is buried in Waukomis, Ok. His widow applied for his civil war pension in Ok. on 5/11/27. He served in the 99th Indiana INfantry, company B. I know he and Mary C. had two daughters for sure. My father thinks there might have been a son. Thanks again.

Righcard Tyner No twp 314 Franklin

Elijah Tyner Blue River 217 Hancock

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Elijah Tyner married Martha McCune in Franklin County on 7 Apr 1818.

I have a copy of Max Tyner"s book, The Tyner Family and Some Other Relatives....He states---- Page 39----Elijah Tyner was (the 3rd child) born 28 March 1797 in Abbeville District, South Carolina to William Tyner and Elizabeth Hackleman. He died 1 Feb. 1872 in Hancock Co., Indiana and is buried at Shiloh Church House. On 7 April 1818 he married Martha McCune who was born 2 Sept. 1800 in Kentucky. The wedding service was performed by Conrad Sailors. She died in 1822. His second wife was Mary Nelson. His third wife was Sarah Ann Halberstadt. They were married 16 Jan. 1832. She was the daughter of John Halberstadt and wife Susan Shanks. Sarah ann was born 24 July 1808 and died 6 July 1888. She is buried in Shiloh Cemetery in Hancock Co.------- Hope this helps. The book was written in 1975 and bears mainly on the Tyner's who migrated to Indiana altho he touches on a few others. (Another writes) I have a Elijah Tyner son of Rev William Tyner born 21 Mar 1797 married Martha McCue, Mary Nelson then Sarah Halberstadt.

Elijah Tyner married Mary Nelson in Franklin County on 8 Sep 1822.

Elijah Tyner married Sally Ann Halberstadt in Franklin County on 18 Jan 1832.

 

Solomon Tyner Blue River 217 Hancock

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Solomon Tyner married Mary Longacre in Franklin County on 21 Sep 1826.

John Tyner Noble 145 Rush

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

John Tyner married Melissey Orr in Fayette County on 15 Dec 1826.

The John Tyner who married Melissa Orr was a son of James Tyner and Margaret Givens.

John Tyner married Nancy Sailors in Franklin County on 3 Sep 1818.

John Tyner married Mary Ann Belles in Marion County on 19 Oct 1836.

William Tyner Noble 145 Rush

Elizabeth Tyner Hanover 327 Shelby

William Tyner No twp 049 Stark

Nancy Tyner (not in census)

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Nancy Tyner or Tynes married Joseph Cook in Fayette County on 11 Dec 1823.

Daniel H. Tyner Noble 003 Wabash

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Daniel H. Tyner married Caroline Flora in Walbash County on 13 Oct 1839.

Thomas Tyner Wayne 311 Cambridge

Other Tyner Marriages

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Harris Tyner married Margaret Thompson in Franklin County on 15 Sep 1814

Harrison Tyner married Levina Penwell in Hancock County on 27 Dec 1832.

George Penwell and Anna Tyner had 13 children. My 2ggrmother, Jemima Alvira Penwell b.17 Oct 1824 Hancock Co., IN had a sister, Lovina Penwell b.29 Sep 1813. She married Harrison Tyner 27 Dec 1832 Hancock Co.,IN. They are buried in Mason, IL Lovina d. 7 Aug 1902. Harrison d. 22 Nov 1903.

Jacob Tyner married Nancy Moore in Rush County on 8 Oct 1837.

Louis Tyner married Eliza Caldwell in Shelby County on 8 Nov 1828.

Stephen Tyner married Elizabeth M. Wolf in Fayette County on 7 Jun 1832.

Phyliss Hackleman's HACKLEMANS IN AMERICA has an Elizabeth Wolf, daughter of David and Frances (Stucker) Wolf, born 14 December 1812, married "Mr. Tyner." She died 14 April 1901. That's probably the wife of Stephen Tyner on your list.

Thomas Tyner married Ezilpha Caldwell in Shelby County on 22 Dec 1825

Drewry Tyner married Isabella Dickey in Fayette County on 23 Nov 1820.

 

1850 Census Index

(Tynerís shown)

Year Name Age Township County Born Relative

1850 James Tyner Harrison Fayette

1850 John Tyner Posey Fayette

1850 Richard Tyner Harrison Fayette

1850 Samuel G. Tyner Harrison Fayette

1850 William H. Tyner 23 Jackson Decatur IN Yes

1850 William J. Tyner --- Sand Creek Sand Creek -- ---

1850 Sarah J. Tyner 22 Jackson Decatur IN Yes

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

William H. Tyner married Sarah Jane Moore in Decatur County on 26 Apr 1849.

1850 Isaac J. Tyner 21 Jackson Decatur IN Yes

1850 William J. Tyner 28 Sand Creek Decatur IN

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

William J. Tyner married Margaret Hamilton in Decatur on 6 Oct 1842.

1850 Margaret Tyner 25 Sand Creek Decatur IN

1850 Louisanne Tyner 5 Sand Creek Decatur IN

1850 Rudolphus Tyner 3 Sand Creek Decatur IN

1850 John A. Tyner 1 Sand Creek Decatur IN

1850 William Tyner 79 Sand Creek Decatur IN

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

William Tyner married Nancy Black in Decatur County on 28 Aug 1842.

William Tyner married Rachael Loney or Long in Fayette County on 8 Aug 1840.

William Tyner married Mary Washburn in Rush County on 26 Dec 1847.

William E. Tyner married Sarah Jane Pond in Franklin County on 26 Oct 1843.

William H. Tyner married Emily Virt in Hancock County on 25 Mar 1841.

1850 Nancy Tyner 52 Sand Creek Decatur IN

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Nancy Tyner married John Merrick in Decatur County on 22 Jul 1841.

1850 William W. Tyner 15 Sand Creek Decatur IN

Other Tyner Marriages

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Elijah Tyner married Elizabeth Miller in Rush County on 14 Nov 1842.

Frederick Tyner married Lenora Buchohn in Marion County on 8 Aug 1848.

Hiram H. Tyner married Eliza Watts in Hancock County on 20 Sep 1849.

James N. Tyner married Dema Humiston in Wayne County on 8 Nov 1848.

John N. Tyner married Susan Morris in Rush County on 13 Jun 1847.

Lewis Jackson Tyner married Minerva S. Washburn in Rush Co. on 21 Oct 1847.

Richard Tyner married Sara Jane Willman in Rush County on 19 Mar 1846.

Richard A. Tyner married Martha Ann Castiline in Fayette Co. on 12 Mar 1846.

Robert N. Tyner married Margaret Smith in Shelby County on 11 Jan 1849.

Sidner D. Tyner married Eliza Carver in Fayette County on 10 Mar 1842.

Solomon Tyner married Nancy E. Smith in Hancock County on 8 Jul 1841.

Thomas I. Tyner married Margaret Jane Colescott in Franklin Co. on 28 Aug

1845.

Thomas j. Tyner md my Margaret Jane Colescott. They had ch: Florence G., b ca 1847; James B., b ca 1852; md Margaret Bossert in Fran Co, j-17-1884; William, b ca 1856, md Gertrude Beswick, Fran Co. May 1, 1877; and Elizabeth, b ca 1859.

Benjamin Tyner married Elizabeth Lankford in Marion County on 25 Oct 1846

Beverly Tyner married Harriet E. Perkins in Rush County on 16 Aug 1849.

Hi, Carolyn, I have a Beverly Ward Tyner who was born in 1828 in Indiana, the son of John and Nancy Sailors Tyner. He married Harriet E Perkins on August 16, 1849 in Rush County, Indiana. In the 1850 Census, he was a farmer in District 97, Rush County, Indiana. By then they had a daughter, Elizabeth, who was less than a year old. In the 1860 Census, he was a farmer in Lagro, Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana. Their children were Elizabeth, 10; Ira, 8; Austin, a female, 3; and Curtis, 1. This is all I know right now. I know the Tyners and Sailors originally came to Indiana through Fayette, Jefferson and Dearborn Counties, Indiana. I'm researching the Tyners for my uncle. If I find out any more, I'll let you know. Hope this helps some. Marlena.

 

1860 Census Index

Year Name Age Township County Born Relative

1860 B. F. Tyner ----- Harrison Fayette -----

1860 Isaac Tyner 31 Jackson Decatur IN

1860 John H. Tyner Posey Fayette

1860 Nancy Tyner ----- Sand Creek Decatur -----

1860 S. G. Tyner Harrison Fayette

1860 William J. Tyner ----- Jackson Decatur -----

Other Tyner Marriages

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Harris Tyner married Lucinda Alexander in Marion County on 10 Oct 1850.

 

1870 Census Index

Year Name Age Township County Born Relative

1870 Isaac J. Tyner 40 Sand Creek Decatur IN yes, our gg

1870 Margaret Tyner 26 Sand Creek Decatur IN yes

1870 Frank Tyner 4 Sand Creek Decatur IN yes

 

1880 Census Index

Year Name Age Township County Born Relative

1880 Isaac J. Tyner 51 Clifty Bartholomew IN Yes

1880 Margaret Tyner 36 Clifty Bartholomew IN Yes

1880 Frank Tyner 14 Clifty Bartholomew IN Yes

1880 Cora Tyner 9 Clifty Bartholomew IN Yes

 

1890 Census Index

Year Name Age Township County Born Relative

1900 Frank S. Tyner 33 Rock Creek Decatur IN Yes

1900 Laura Tyner 34 Rock Creek Decatur IN Yes

1900 Claude F. Tyner 12 Rock Creek Decatur IN Yes

1900 Mary Tyner 6 Rock Creek Decatur IN Yes

 

 

Other Married Female Tynerís Not Listed Above

*Indiana State Library, Indiana Marriages Through 1850.

Name Spouse County Marriage Date

Ann Tyner Freeman T. Taylor Fayette 15 Dec 1836

Ann Tyner, born 3 March 1813 to John Tyner and Fanny Martin, died 2 March 1861. She married Freeman Taylor.

Anna Tyner George Penwell Franklin 18 Jun 1812

From the Elijah Tyner's, Hancock Co. IN, Store customer list (1832-1837) know George Penwell was there. Am looking for his wife, Anna Tyner's parents. Hi, Norma. In the 1850 Census, in the city of LaPorte, in Laporte County, Indiana, George (61) and Anna (53) Penwell are enumerated right after Harrison Tyner, 35. Haven't figured out the connection yet, but if I ever do, I will let you know. Or if you do, will you let me know? Thanks, Marlena. Dear Marlena, George Penwell and Anna Tyner had 13 children. My 2ggrmother, Jemima Alvira Penwell b.17 Oct 1824 Hancock Co., IN had a sister, Lovina Penwell b.29 Sep 1813. She married Harrison Tyner 27 Dec 1832 Hancock Co.,IN. They are buried in Mason, IL Lovina d. 7 Aug 1902. Harrison d. 22 Nov 1903.
Hope that helps. Norma

Betsy Tyner Samuel Tharp Marion 26 Nov 1840

Charlotte Tyner Abraham Miller Hancock 7 Feb 1847

Charlotte Tyner was born Nov. 10,1826 in Hancock County ,Indiana. Married Abraham C. Miller on Ferb. 8, 1847 in Hancock Co. Parents unknown.

Edith Tyner William Wolf Hancock 9 Jan 1834.

Eliza Tyner Jesse Withins Vanderburgh 16 Aug 1840. (or)

Eliza Tyner Jessie Williams Vanderburgh 16 Aug 1840.

Eliza Tyner George Divin Wayne 6 Oct 1849.

Elizabeth Tyner Charles LaForge Decatur 16 Oct 1838.

Elizabeth Tyner Benoni W. Finch Franklin 16 Oct 1816.

Elizabeth Tyner James Caldwell Shelby 4 Dec 1825.

Elizabeth Tyner Thomas J. Keaton Shelby 5 Apr 1838.

Emily Tyner David Gordon Fayette 30 May 1827.

Emily Jane Tyner Rodney J. Taylor Fayette 16 Sep 1849.

Hetty Tyner Lydnor Dale Wayne 19 Oct 1818.

I have Max Tyner's book---- He lists Hetty Tyner born ? Sept. 1798 and married Sydner (Max's spelling) Dale. She was the daughter of Richard Tyner born 1770 in Abbeville Dist., South Carolina and his wife Elizabeth (Betsy) Osborn who was born 14 Aug. 1769 and died 14 Oct. 1846. He died 1 Jan. 1836 in Shelby Co., Ind. and is buried one mile north of Morristown, IN. Richard was the son of Harris Tyner and Nancy Adair.

Jane Tyner Reuben Childers Franklin 19 Mar 1835.

Jemima Caroline Tyner Agustus Dennis Hancock 31 Oct 1847.

Lettice Tyner Benjamin Grason Marion 8 Aug 1841.

Lucinda Tyner Nathaniel Hamilton Fayette 7 Nov 1821.

Malinda Tyner Samuel DeHaven Fayette 6 Dec 1820.

Malinda Tyner who married Samuel DeHaven was a child of Tyner/Givens, too. She died 1872. She and Samuel had 11 children.

Malinda Tyner Abner Stout Franklin 5 Dec 1822.

Margaret Tyner James Troxan Fayette 27 Nov 1842.

Margaret Tyner, daughter of James Tyner and Melissa Orr, married a James Broxon; I suspect that accounts for the marriage to a James Troxon that you list.

Martha Tyner Joseph A. Keith Hancock 9 Feb 1845.

Mary Ann Tyner James Delzell Marion 17 Jan 1843.

Mary J. Tyner Barnaby Coffield Hancock 22 Feb 1849.

Mary 'Jane" m Coffield on 4 Feb 1849 and had 8 children.

Mary Jane Tyner Jacob N. Wolf Hancock 7 Mar 1844.

Matilda Tyner Jonthan Gorden Fayette 9 Oct 1828.

The Matilda Tyner who married Jonathan Gordon was another Tyner/Givens child.

Melissa Tyner John Smith Fayette 10 Oct 1833.

Patsey Tyner Stanford Venables Posey 26 Sep 1835.

Patsy Tyner John Osborn Wayne 21 Jan 1818.

Polly Tyner William Watts Shelby 13 Jul 1823.

Prudence Tyner Daniel Smith Shelby 02-1827.

Riles Tyner John Foster Shelby 7 Jan 1824.

Susan Tyner Jacob Huntington Hancock 24 Dec 1848.

Syrena Tyner William Kolb Fayette 28 Jul 1824.

I wonder if the Syrena Tyner who married William Kolb isn't Serena Tyner, daughter of John Tyner and Fanny Martin, who married Tilman Kolb, son of Richard Kolb and Mehitabel Tyner. Serena was born 4 Nov. 1802 and died 17 October 1853 Fayette Co. Tilman was born 30 Nov. 1800, married Serena 10 June 1824.

Tyner Source Documentation

From Duerstock Proof Book

(filed under letter of Tyner first name)

Cora Tyner J. William Sell Bartholomew 15 Jun 1893

We have a copy of their Marriage license.

Dorman Tyner Frances (unknown) (unknown) (unknown)

Children are Rita, who married Oren Guenin, and Kathy who married Michael Harrel. We have a copy of Dormanís obituary.

Dorothy Tyner Howard Fagan (unknown (unknown)

We have a copy of Dorothyís obituary.

Notes from Gen Forumís

Tyner Family Genealogy Forum

It is not clear if any of the following comments

apply to the Decatur County Indiana

Tyners.

1. Marcia, there are several pages that deal with Sarah Tyner mistress of John Harris of Chowan Prect., N.C. They had 3 Known children John Harris Tyner, William Tyner and Sarah Tyner. These 3 are listed in his will. Copy is in the book. Also listed are the 2 kids of John Harris Tyner---- John Tyner, Jr. and Harris Tyner... born 4 Aug. 1740. Died 1778. John Harris Tyner son of John Harris was born between 1693 and 1711. Sarah was the dau. of Nicholas Tiner, of Ilse of Wright Co. Va. (Will was dated 10 Dec. 1711 and all three children were named and were to inherit "after wife's decrease.". Sorry but not a clue as to Dempseyís parentage. Genie.

2. Great to see so much interest in the Nicholas Tyner family of Isle of Wight Co., VA. ,as I also descend from him by way of his daughter, Margaret Tyner who married Edward Padget. Edward and Margaret Padget [not Packact/Pagget] lived out their lives in Chowan Co., North Carolina and their many descendants spread out from there with son, William Padget coming to South Carolina before 1765 living in Colleton County, S.C.

3. Just now saw your message. The Indiana State Library Genealogy Division Records shows the following: Hetty Tyner and a Dale Lydnor applied for a license on October 19, 1818 in Wayne County, Indiana. I have only one Hetty Tyner in my file. My family sheet reads as follows:
Harris Tyner Sr, b August 4, 1740, Lancaster District, South Carolina, died in 1778 place unknown
Nancy Adair, b January 6 1754, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, died July 28, 1835, Fayette County, Indiana
Richard Tyner, b 1770, place unknown, died January 31, 1835, place unknown
William Dover Tyner, born 1771, place unknown, died 1854, place unknown (probably Hancock County, Indiana)
Margaret Tyner, b November 17, 1778, Abbeville District, South Carolina, died 1845, place unknown (probably Hancock County, Indiana
Solomon Tyner, b 1817, Indiana, died unknown
Hetty, b unknown, died unknown
James, b unknown, died unknown
John, b unknown, died unknown
I have several James and Johns that I know probably are the ones listed above but there were too many born in the same time frame to connect to this family for sure. Hope this helps a little. If you need anything else, let me know and I'll see what I can come up with.

4. Max Tyner copyrighted his book in 1975. He lives (?) in Texas but born in Kokomo, Ind., son of Paul R. and Dora May Schroeder Tyner. I don't know if the book is still available but is 124 typewritten pages and seems to be well researched. If I can look something up for you I will be glad to do so. Genie.

5. Richard Tyner was born August 04, 1770 in Abbeville District, South Carolina. He married Elizabeth Osborne there. He died January 01, 1836 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co. IN. William Dover (or Jasper) Tyner was born April 09, 1771 Abbeville, SC and died September 18, 1855 Brookville, Franklin Co. IN. Susannah Tyner, born 1772, married Richard Kolb and died in Jackson Co. Georgia March 01, 1813. Mehitabel Tyner was born in Abbeville March 19, 1774 and married Richard Kolb in 1798 and died in Fayette Co. IN February 23, 1848. (OK, why are they both married to Richard Kolb? Something's wrong here!) James Tyner was born August 17, 1776 in Mecklenberg Co. NC and married Margaret Givins, dying December 08, 1823. John Tyner was born August 17, 1776 in Mecklenburg and married Fanny Martin, dying January 09, 1833 in Fayette Co. IN. Margaret Tyner was born November 17, 1778 in Abbeville and married Abraham Hackleman September 01, 1796 in North Carolina. She died June 20, 1845 in Rush Co. IN. This is the only Hetta Tyner I have in my stuff.

6. Jane, I just came across a website that shows Suzanne Tyner married in 1790 to Jonathan Kolb and Mehitabel Tyner married in 1798 to Richard Kolb. It was in RootWeb's World Connect Project. There is quite a bit of Tyner information there. I know you have done a wonderful job on your Tyner project but there might be something in there that you may find of some use. Marlena.

7. I also have Susannah Tyner (b abt 1777 SC) married Jonathan Kolb about 1790, and that she died 3/1/1813 in Jackson County, Georgia. I don't have anything on Mehitabel, but then I have just now started researching this line. Does anyone here have a clue who the parents of Susannah Tyner (b 1777) were?

8. Jane, Thanks for the info. You have done a beautiful job on your research. This is the first I had seen of some of it including the case of two of the women being married to Richard Kolb. You're right, something's wrong here. Just to add a little more intrigue to the situation, I checked the Indiana marriage records up until 1850 and I found that on July 28, 1824 William Kolb and Cyrena Tyner were married in Fayette County, Indiana. In the 1850 Census, William is not listed. Cyrena is listed as the head of the household with the following children: William, 23; Elizabeth, 22; Caroline, 21; and Richard, 19. There must surely be a connection here somewhere with the mysterious Richard Kolb. I'll look around some more and see if I can come up with anything else. I'll let you know when or if I do. By the way, were all of the people you mentioned brothers and sisters? Is Mehitabel the same as Hetty? Thanks, Marlena.

9. Thanks for the information on your Hetty TYNER. My Hetty and Sydney had a daughter Martha DALE (my third great-grandmother) born 24 April 1824 in Andrews, Indiana. So your Hetty (wife of Dale Lydnor)is about the right age to have been Martha's mother. Perhaps the record clerk transposed/misspelled the husband's names, or Hetty married again.

10. Jennifer: Benjamin Tyner's father is Benjamin Tyner, Jr. His father is Benjamin Tyner, Sr.Benjamin Sr.'s father was Nicholas. Nicholas's parents were Nicholas Tyner and Elizabeth Dew.Nicholas's father was the Nicholas of Isle of Wight. I am also a descendant of his. If there is any more info that I can help you with, please e-mail me at rochie@fwi.com. Debbie.

11. Since you are researching Benjamin Tyner, you must be researching in Northampton Co., North Carolina and NOT in Virginia. Many descendants of Nicholas Tyner live near Northampton Co., NC. I have gathered much data from many Tyner descendants over the years as I also descend from Nicholas, Sr. of VA.

12. I have reached a dead end with Margaret. I hope someone out there can connect her to her ancestors. This is what I know:
B. 17 Nov 1778, Abbeville Dist, SC
M. 1 Sept 1796, " " To Abraham Hackleman D. 1845

13. Margaret was the daughter of Harris Tyner (born Lancaster, SC, August 04, 1740--died about 1778) and Nancy Adair (born January 28, 1754 Mecklenburg Co. NC, died July 28, 1835 Fayette Co. IN). At an early age Harris Tyner was appointed captain of a militia in the colony of SC under the British government, which was finally attached to the regular British Army, and he was detained as a British subject. Tradition says he died in the summer of 1778 while serving in the army, either in the Tory/Whig skirmishes or in the Indian wars.
Harris was the son of John Harris Tyner (born about 1693 Little River, Laurent County, South Carolina).
He in turn was the son of Sarah Tyner, unmarried daughter of Nicholas Tyner of Isle of Wight, VA. Sarah just happened to live one plantation from John Harris and his wife Mildred; when John died, he left his estate to the children of Sarah.

14. I found the following in my Tyner/Tiner notes: Possible Origins of Tyner/Tiner Name: derivation of German "teiner", landscaper, hedge-tender (German "teine" = "shears"); derivation of "tiner", one who tins metals (German?); one who comes from Tinnen, Germany; one who lives near England's Tyne River; derivation of Russian name "Tiktiner" Tyner Trivia - By one estimate there are about 6,000 Tyners in the US (mostly SC, NC, MS, AL, GA, OK, IN)

15. I am researching the Tyner's from Wabash County, Indiana and noticed that you are too. I am a descendant of John W. Tyner who was my G.G. grandfather. My G. Grandfather was Howard Tyner. Do you have any information on this line in your records? John W.'s parents were Richard & Sarah Jane Wellman. Please Help.

16. Shelli, Yes, I do have information for you on this line. In fact, Richardsís brother was Lewis Jack Tyner which is my gggrandfather. Their father was Col. John Tyner and mother was Nancy Sailors. I hope this has helped you, and if you need anymore information, I have quite a lot. I would love to share it with you. I hope to hear from you again.

17. Marlena, Daniel as you probably already know was killed on duty as a police officer in Kansas. His parents were James Tyner b.8-17-1776 in Abbeville Dist. S.C. and d.12-8-1823. The only info I have on his mother is her name was Margaret Givens. James father was Harris Tyner and Mother was Nancy Adair. Daniel had 8 brothers and sisters if you need anymore info. Thanks.

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

19. There is a Jenks family cemetery shown on the map just off a dead end road just a little southeast of the Feeder Dam at Laurel, Franklin County, Indiana. Since there were so many Tynerís from Franklin County, you might want to check out this cemetery some time. You might be able to find something there.

20. I have a John Tyner who married a Lucy Jenks. He was the son of Richard Tyner (born August 17, 1823 Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, died August 21, 1898 Chester Twp., Wabash Co. IN) and Sarah Jane Wellman (born in Rush Co. IN March 02, 1829). Although I can trace the pedigree back from there, I don't have any information on John and Lucy or their children, if any.

21. While Tyner _is_ an uncommon name, the single immigrant/ancestor hypothesis has been wearing thin. For groups like The Ohio Orphans [as yet unable to connect with Nicholas I, Dem(p)sey, or any of the other, somewhat documented, early Tynerís], your family's origins (John, 1740, NC) provide an alternative focus for research. There is also, I believe, at least one line in New York/New England that descends from an 18th century immigrant (a recent computer crash has erased my source's identity). A correspondent in Canada, whose Tyner came from (or through, or after a long period of temporary residence in) Ireland, provides what may be the earliest record of the surname, in the so-called Warwickshire Rolls of 1366 [John (or Jean) le (or de) Tynnere]. My correspondence with the Warwickshire Archivist has failed to confirm this citation. Apparently, there are hundreds of dusty parchments in official attics and cellars all over Britain, relatively few of them even catalogued, let alone transcribed for the modern reader. He provided several published sources for particular Rolls conducted in Warwickshire (usually at the manorial level) for the century in question, but the books themselves are nearly as rare as the parchments, and I've failed to locate them through the usual inter-library channels. So perhaps the lines of John/1740 and Nicholas/c1680 _are_ connected, and that connection lies undiscovered (and undiscoverable) in England.

22. All right, cuzzins, your insistence has eroded my resistance ... just a little. Phyllis' citation of a Hans Jacob Tyner in Philly in 1739 suggests that at least one person using the surname must have been German (or had a hen-pecked father and a German chauvinist mother), because "Hans Jacob" just doesn't have that "Hills of Devon" ring to it, doesnít? One archaic spelling of Teiner would have been Teyner, I suppose, and the absence of links between Nicholas the Original and the clan of Ohio Orphans mandates that one remain open to alternative origins. And the PA Deutch theory is consistent with the recollection that James the Legendary, progenitor of the Ohio clan, was "from Pennsylvania." [I know, I argued that it could as easily have been "through PA," with the trip from VA/NC taking a year or more. It could happen, dudes!] As for me, I plan to continue scrutinizing male descendants of Nicholas 1st who are otherwise undocumented, and to check out Ebenezer of Connecticut. No offense to any landsman, but I already have so much German in my tree that every 25 years or so I invade France.

23. Well, it is sobering to see the Luftwaffa flying (and shooting) over Europe once again. First I've heard of (Hans) Jacob Tyner that far back but then I sometimes don't listen well. My Jacob in 1790 Philly was a Tiner, anyway. Whatís the chance though of Hans Jacob Tiner being Swiss (obviously trolling for Mennonites again)?Cuzzin Bill.

24. Sorry to take so long to set you straight, but as I was installing new halogen lamps on my buggy preparatory to trotting over to the barn raising, the hooks and eyes on my motorcycle jacket got stuck. Certainly, some Mennonite Tinners might have changed their names to Tyner or Tiner and abandoned the ways of the Plain People. With my newly acquired proficiency in German immigrant families (Deischer, Schietz, Simon, Hamscher, Juday, Brücher, Sielschott, Deihl, etc. -- sounds like a Luftwaffe drill roll, doesn't it), I must point out one tiny anomaly in our mutual Tynerís that vitiates that hypothesis as regards us: the total absence of Germanic first names following the Generation of 1815 (i.e., David of Tuscarawah, putative son of James of/via PA, and any other progeny James may have had without informing you and me). No Jacobs, Christians, Carls, Hans, Johanns, Johanneses, Levis, Fredericks, etc. James and David aren't exactly oom-pa-pa handles either, cuz. In all my other German branches, even those who came 50 years prior to the Revolution, such first names persist well into the mid-19th century, yet David's kids were named George (okay, that _could_ be German), David, James, William, John Lewis ... real Limey tags, y'know? I think the OH clan's origins can best be found by examining -- as you so cleverly suggested a month or so ago -- those male descendants of Nicholas I of whom we have no record to date. * Nick I had _at least_ two sons, Nick II and RICHARD. Nobody knows from nuthin' about RICHARD, to my knowledge, nor of any other male progeny of Nick I. * Nick II had _at least_ four sons: Nick III, WILLIAM, and JAMES and JOHN. JAMES (b. 1717) was second eldest and JOHN was close behind, yet when Nick II conveyed land to Wm and Nick III on 7FEB1739, JAMES and JOHN were not mentioned. Dead? Run off with the Indians? Yankees burned the courthouse down during the War of Northern Aggression? Or did one or both move to PA, one having a grandson (or "son of his old age and second marriage to the comely sweetie from the adjacent farm") James who would move to OH by 1815? WILLIAM received 300 acres (at age 16!), but I know nothing of _his_ descendants. If he had sons who (1) did not inherit, or (2) deployed North during the Revolution, met a local woman, married, and stayed, or (3) were caught in some despicable act and had to leave home in disgrace, or (4) in some other way perceived that it was not their fate to remain a Tarheel, then they are also candidate Buckeyes. * Nick III, who received 400 acres in 1739, had _at least_ four sons: JAMES (nothing further known but could have been the right age for our James' grandfather, or even father back then), Nick IV (suspected of being the antecedent of Dem(p)sey), Benjamin (descendants documented, most in Carolinas and further South and Southwest), and WILLIAM (b. 1745, nothing further known to me). So in Richard (fitzNicholas I), James, William, and John (Fitz Nicholas II), and James and William (fitzNicholas III) we have six potential scions of our vigorous but generationally absent-minded clan of OH Tynerís. It's useful to keep in mind the variance in inheritance customs between Continental and English cultures in the New World. The English mostly clung to primageniture, wherein the eldest son inherited land and title, and the others tried to marry well. (An extreme example would be the case of the Churchillís, wherein Winston, nephew and cousin of Dukes of Marlborough, was considered a commoner all his life and had to learn a real trade at a young age). Thus, while the German families tended to migrate in great throngs of intermarried families with decades of intertwined life experience, the English tended to fractionate as non-inheriting sons went "west" (Tennessee or California, depending on the period) to seek their fortunes. Or maybe it _was_ that Amish guy from Switzerland. With that long-winded introduction: HELP!!! Desperately seeking info on or descendants of the VA/NC Tynerís shown above in all caps. I appeal to this forum's readership for the complete lowdown (I know y'all have it, you're just holding out for a movie deal). Step Tyner.

25. The Latin origin of tin is Stannis. The German name for a person who works with tin is Stanislaus. Tin as a word did not come in to use until Capt COOK made his voyages. About 1700's He was the first to use tin for food storage. Tin poisoning is called stannous. If the Tiner/Tyner's came from Germany their name would have been Stanislaus and the name would have been changed when they entered the America's to the English word Tinner meaning a person who works with tin.

26. I must admit I don't recall anyone suggesting that Tyner came from a word for tin (invented by my old buddy Stan Fluoride, who later went into preventive dentistry), but I'll blame it on cousin Bill from Oregon. I did pass on a possible connection with the late-medieval occupation tynner (spelled variously), one who cultivates ornamental shrubs (something like being an architect in those days of elaborate topiary displays), a tid-bit I picked up from a very old Oxford English Dictionary. The same article said the name might come from an old English/Saxon term for coward. I'd rather trim than run, so I lean toward the former. I agree that many names were changed in America, either to their English-language equivalent (Schmidt to Smith, Fuchs to Fox), or to conform to English rules of spelling (Street for Striet because the people got tired of being called Str-eye-t), but there are till many Americans named Vogel, not Bird, and Bricker, not Bridger. My theory about the TY spelling replacing TIner in many cases is that the change made the correct pronunciation of the name more obvious. By the bye, the new LDS site is a gas (keeping in mind its all hypothesis until documented in each relevant case). There are lots of English Tyner references, some of considerable antiquity, and a few Irish ones. The several Irish christenings or marriages I checked revealed those Tyners' Anglican persuasion, a pretty sure indication that they were ANGLO-Irish ... either part of the British veneer forcibly applied to Irish society or agricultural colonists dispatched from England to exploit Crown and private holdings in Ireland. Getting back to an earlier discussion, I think it's important to keep separate WHO we are (a multi-ethnic group of Americans standing on the brink of the 21st century) from WHAT our label is (Norman-French, Saxon, German, Uzbek). The label's ethnicity is not important, though I think _knowing_ it is. Our surname's value is in connoting elements of a history common to many, if not all, of our individual lines, including being deeply involved on both sides of three of our greatest national tragedies, viz. bondage slavery, the Trail of Tears, and the Civil War. There may have been Tory Tyners during the Revolution, as well, or a King of the Gypsies or two along the way. Still, we wouldn't mind finding that direct and proven link to Charlemagne, I expect. Step.

27. I think that the new www.familysearch.org site listing the 225 or so Tyner's et al settles the etymology question. We's sons of old Blightey. Still, Nicholas and Simon and Jacob Tyner/Tiner are bothersome ghosts! Step, my two (for certain) German ancestoral families, the Festermans and Hivners were named Charles and Eliza. So much for old country tradition. Both were born in Germany around 1840!!! Now that I know how versed you are in the VA/NC ancestoral roles, when the link is finally made, I'll expect to obtain chapter and verse from you "for all the rest". Hey-Ya? Bill .

28. The first TYNER I found not in the south is Hans Jacob 1739 Philedephia.
The next TYNER'S;
1800 Richard-Scott Co, KY
1810 Ebenezer-Middlesex Co, CT
1830 Dewey-Fayette Co, IN
" Elijah-Hancock Co, IN
" Fanny-Fayette Co, IN
" Harris-Hamcock Co ,IN
" John-Fayette Co, IN
" John-Rush Co, IN
" Lewis Hancock Co, IN

 

 

 

Land Transfers Recorded for Decatur County, Indiana

Relating to Tyner Families

Book 27 Page 239

Isaac J. Tyner to William H. Tyner

60-Jan-1866

Know all by these presents that Mr. Isaac J. Tyner and Margaret A. Tyner his wife of Decatur County in the State of Indiana in consideration of the sum of Five Hundred do Release and forever ____ ____ unto William H. Tyner of Decatur County in the State of Indiana all our title interest legal and equitable, in the following premises with the appurtenances situate in Decatur County in the State of Indiana to wit. The South West quarter of section two in Township true? North of Range eight east is the District of lands subject to sale at Jeffersonville containing one hundred and sixty acres in Witness We have hereunto set our hands and seals this sixth day of January 1866.

Isaac J. Tyner (seal)

Margaret A. Tyner (seal)

State of Indiana

Decatur County (seal)

Before me John M. Fraley a Justice of the Peace in and for said county this sixth day of January 1866 came Isaac J. Tyner and Margaret A. Tyner his wife and acknowledged this execution of the ___Deed, Witness my hand Justice ___ this

John M. Fraley (seal)

Justice

I verify that the above is a true copy recorded May 5, 1882 at 11 AM.

Janice E. Mendenhall, Recorded

U.S. Department of the Interior - Bureau of Land Management

http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/

Records that follow are all Tyners from Decatur County Indiana

 

Accession/Serial #: IN0280__.466
BLM Serial #: IN NO S/N
State: INDIANA

 

Patentee Name:
ISAAC J TYNER

Warrantee Name:

Document #: 4481
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Indian Allotment Nr: ---
Tribe: ---

US Reservations: ---
Mineral Reservations: No
Geographic Name: ---
Metes/Bounds: No
Survey Date: ---

Issue Date: October 8, 1834
Cancelled: No

Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)
Acres: 80
Land Office: JEFFERSONVILLE
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Accession/Serial #: IN0280__.464
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Patentee Name:
MARY TYNER

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Document #: 4479
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Issue Date: October 8, 1834
Cancelled: No

Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)
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Accession/Serial #: IN0360__.038
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Patentee Name:
RICHARD TYNER

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Document #: 620
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Issue Date: December 10, 1821
Cancelled: No

Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)
Acres: 80
Land Office: BROOKVILLE
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Accession/Serial #: IN2640__.254
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Patentee Name:
WILLIAM TYNER

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Document #: 8289
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Issue Date: August 10, 1837
Cancelled: No

Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)
Acres: 133.05
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Accession/Serial #: IN0280__.465
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Patentee Name:
WILLIAM Harris TYNER

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Issue Date: October 8, 1834
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Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)
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Tyner Web Pages

None of these pages have any direct connection to our

Indiana Tyners that is known as of yet.


JANE A. LEAVELL (
level3@ix.netcom.com)

http://www.geocities.com/supchara/Genealogy/Tyner.html

 

tlg39@aol.com

http://tyner.simplenet.com/tyner/tyner2.htm

Tom & Carolyn Ward, Columbus, KS

http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/archives/1918ks/biot/tynerws.html