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Mary Adelia "Delia" Tyner Capps
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Birth: Sep. 22, 1869
North Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 12, 1937
Johnston County
North Carolina, USA

Name: Mrs. Delia Capps
[Delia Tyner]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 66
Birth Date: 22 Sep 1870
Birth Place: Johnston
Death Date: 12 Sep 1937
Death Location: Boon Hill, Johnston
Spouse's Name: Bunt Capps
Father's Name: Ashley Tyner
Mother's Name: Margaret Tyner
 
 
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 Parents:
  Ashley G. Tyner (1840 - 1898)
  Sirena Margaret Strickland Tyner (1847 - 1929)
 
 Children:
  John Ashley Capps (1886 - 1953)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Adelia Tyner Capps (1869 - 1937)
  Lovett W. Tyner (1872 - 1925)*
  Rebecca C Tyner Jones (1873 - 1917)*
  Allen Guy Tyner (1874 - 1908)*
  Sallie Tyner Thompson (1879 - 1920)*
  William Silas Tyner (1887 - 1934)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Creech Cemetery
Smithfield
Johnston County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Gloria Starling Johnson
Record added: Dec 26, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 102664827
Mary Adelia Delia <i>Tyner</i> Capps
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Mary Adelia Delia <i>Tyner</i> Capps
Added by: Gloria Starling Johnson
 
Mary Adelia Delia <i>Tyner</i> Capps
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- KR Capps
 Added: Feb. 8, 2014
Mary Odelia Tyner was the wife of John William Capps, daughter of Ashley G. Tyner and Serena Margaret Strickland. Find them and many related Tyners with the drop-down exact phrase search on my home page at http://littlecalamity.tripod.com/Leavell.html
- Little Calamity
 Added: Feb. 3, 2013
 
 
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