Has anyone ever heard of the connection between surnames Tinnen and Tiner/Tyner? The Dictionary of Names, Harper and Rowe '73, says that Tyner is "one who comes from Tinnen, Germany". I have seen Tyner spelled Tiner continually (to this day) so there is plenty of grist for the mill. Any Tiners/Tyners in your history?
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