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Tiners- FROM 1850- TIL PRESENT TX
Posted by: Jean Tiner Johnson Date: September 22, 2001 at 10:14:35
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I am continuing to look for my elusive Tiners. Here is how it goes: backwards of course: me, William Hoyt Tiner, William Calvin Tiner, William J Tiner, James M Tiner. James is where I hit a bump, seems to have appeared out of nowwhere to marry Susannah Fortenberry in Mississippi in May 1851. Was in Jackson Parish Louisiana on the 1860 census, enlisted in the Civil War in 1863, was a wagoneer. This is where he disappears and so does Susannah. I have found where they were members of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Jackson Parish Louisiana. Can find no other records of him or of two of the children Laura V, I suspect the middle name was Virginia, and George B. George was born I think in 1859. If anyone can fill in the blanks I would so much appreciate it. Thanks.


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