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Tyner pointed the Hattiesburg race as precedent for having a second election.
Tyner went on to note that correct legal remedy if the runoff was called into question was “a new election.”
A young boy named Noah, the son of Mr. Tyner, escaped in the general confusion, and hid himself in a hollow tree.
You are aware that Z. Chandler and Tyner were both in the city and at the wheel.Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden, v. 2
Samuel J. Tilden
He have slave house all de way from de side of his house to Tyner.Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 2
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Tyner himself was absent, and his family was entirely without protection.
On leaving our camps next morning we marched a distance of eight miles to Tyner's Station, where we were loaded in freight boxes.Reminiscences of a Private
Frank M. Mixson