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William Tyner
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Birth: Apr. 9, 1771
South Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 18, 1854
Decatur County
Indiana, USA

William Tyner

William Tyner was born 9 April 1771, South Carolina; the son of Harris & Nancy (Adair) Tyner. He was united in marriage to Elizabeth "Betsy" Hackleman abt 1793, South Carolina. To this union, 9 known children were born: Harris Tyner, Mary Ann (Tyner) Martin, Elijah Tyner, Richard Tyner, John N. Tyner, Malinda (Tyner) Stout, Solomon Tyner, Ezekiel Tyner, & Silas Tyner. Following the death of Elizabeth, he was united in marriage to Martha Jane Hamilton abt 1811, Franklin Co., Indiana. To this union, 5 known children were born: Jane (Tyner) Childers, Nancy (Tyner) Merrick, Martha Tyner, Elizabeth (Tyner) Lefforge, & William Jasper Tyner. Following Jane's death, he was united in marriage to Nancy Jane (Callahan) Back on 28 August 1842 in Decatur Co., Indiana. He engaged in Farming and served as a Baptist preacher. He died 18 September 1854, Decatur Co., Indiana. 
Family links: 
  Nancy Adair Tyner Stevens (1754 - 1835)
  Elizabeth Hackleman Tyner (1774 - 1810)
  Martha Tyner (1775 - 1840)*
  Mary Ann Tyner Martin (1796 - 1864)*
  Elijah Tyner (1797 - 1872)*
  Richard Reo Tyner (1798 - 1868)*
  Ezekiel Tyner (1806 - 1879)*
  William Tyner (1771 - 1854)
  John Tyner (1776 - 1822)*
  James Tyner (1776 - 1823)*
*Calculated relationship
Horseshoe Bend Cemetery
Decatur County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Tom Holley
Record added: Mar 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25625473
William Tyner
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William Tyner
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William Tyner
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Click on image for full size. CREEK BAPTIST CHURCHElder William Tyner of Brookville, Indiana, a man "of rare worth and a natural born orator" moderated the first meeting of the Church in the cabin of John Morri...(Read more)
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