You don't mention any dates or places, so I'm only guessing that the following may be of interest to you.
I've got two conflicting bits of information on a Tynes/Conerly link. One comes from Elias W. and Mary E. Sandel, _The Descendants of John Peter Sandel and Cullen Conerly and Their Allied Families_: "Fleming Tynes II married Jane Warren, a daughter of John Warren and Elizabeth Perkins. Their daughter Elizabeth Tynes married Dr. John R. Conerly of Pike County, MS., NC, and Sabine Parish, LA." That sounds like your information. The man whom the Sandels call "Fleming Tynes II" was John Fleming Tynes, son of Robert Fleming Tynes of Sumter District, South Carolina. Both Flemings moved to Georgia, Mississippi, and finally southeastern Louisiana.
The other reference is from Walter Edwin Tynes (1848-1928), a nephew of the Elizabeth Tynes in question, who wrote in _My Pilgrimage_ that Elizabeth Henrietta ("Betsey") Tynes, b. 1813, married Jackson Conerly and "moved to western Louisiana and raised a family." He says Elizabeth's sister, Louisa Jane Tynes, married Nathan Smart; but the Sandel book quotes some folder in the Mississippi State Library as saying that Louisa Jane Tynes married John R. Conerly.
If we're talking about the same Elizabeth Tynes (there were several), I've got a couple of generations of her ancestry, and speculation on a lot more. If you have any evidence to clarify who she actually married, I'd be glad to hear it.
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