|Birth: ||May 7, 1809, USA|
|Death: ||Feb. 14, 1864|
Tapley Bynum was born in Tennessee to John Bynum and Rhoda Murphree. He moved to Alabama in 1818 with his family.
He was a Farmer/Rancher and a member of the Methodist Church. Not an educated man, he read very little except The Bible and he could calculate interest or money quickly.
He married Eliza Cornelius, daughter of Moses Cornelius and Cynthia Bynum, on March 1, 1832. They had many children:
Nancy Arminda Bynum Murphree (1833-1891)
Mary Ann Bynum (1835-1835)
Alabama Bynum (1836-1841)
Jasper Ellis Bynum(1838-1923)
Sarah Jane Bynum (1840-1891)
Newton Bethel Bynum (1841-1905)
Dicie Bynum (1844-1907)
Stephen W. Bynum (1846-1900)
John Bynum (1848-1912)
Asa Andrew Bynum (1850-1927)
Asberry Bynum (1852-1899)
Marth A Bynum (1854-1898)
Artilissa Bynum (1855-1855)
Tapley was called the peacemaker of the community.
Tapley passed away in Sand Valley, AL at the age of 54. Eliza is buried next to him at Old Liberty Cemetery.
John Bynum (1784 - 1868)
Rhoda Murphree Bynum (1788 - 1874)
Eliza Cornelius Bynum (1815 - 1882)*
Jasper Ellis Bynum (1838 - 1923)*
Bethel Newton Bynum (1841 - 1905)*
Stephen W. Bynum (1846 - 1900)*
Asa Andrew Bynum (1850 - 1927)*
Asberry Bynum (1852 - 1889)*
Old Liberty Cemetery
Created by: DHW
Record added: Dec 17, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23459165
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