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