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Re: Pioneers of Tattnall - Early 1800's
Posted by: Joe Spann (ID *****1265) Date: August 15, 2005 at 10:45:31
In Reply to: Pioneers of Tattnall - Early 1800's by L J Tyre of 504

According to the earliest Tax Digests of Tattnall County the lands of Major Tyre were located on the west side of the Ohoopee River. This area is was cut out of Tattnall County in 1905 and is presently part of Toombs County.

In particular the properties seemed to be in the vicinity of Watts Creek.

The majority of the Tyre family did not remain in Tattnall County much beyond about 1815. The Inferior and Superior Court Records of Tattnall do not mention Major Tyre after 1818.


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