Tarpley Flynt

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Personal and Family Information

Tarpley was born in 1805 in North Carolina, the son of Perry Flynt and Martha Halbert.

He died in 1881. The place is not known.

His wife was Elizabeth M. Claiborn, who he married on 22 Mar 1838 in Lincoln County, Tennessee. They had no known children.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Tarpley Flynt
(1805-1881)

 

Perry Flynt
(c1776-1851)

 

John Flynt
(1748-1821)

 

Richard 3 Flynt
(1720-1792)

+
   

Ann Perry
(-c1751)

 
   

Catherine Perry
(1750-1821)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Martha Halbert
(1782-1868)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth1805
Place: North Carolina
Address: 1850 Census - Tennessee, vol 2, E-G. Transcribed by Sistler, 1974. Lincoln Cty, Family #164, microfilm page 24.
Death1881
Flynt Family History and Genelogy Online ......not reliable.... but source notes have usable info.
Source: Flynt Family History and Genelogy Online ......not reliable.... but source notes have usable info.
Authors: Lorien Gunsallus, FlyntPage@aol.com ......not reliable.... but source notes have usable info.
Publisher: http://members.tripod.com/flyntgenealogy/ Flynt,wwwNotes.mwd www.fmoran.com/flynt.html

Census1840
Place: Lincoln County, Tennessee
Age: of 30 and under 40
Address: Lincoln County Microfilm page 55, Distict 14 Mother Elizabeth on Page 52, District 12
See Note 2
Census6 SEP 1850
Place: Lincoln County, Tennessee
Age: 45 born North Carolina
Address: Public Division 2, Family 164, Dwelling 164 Farmer with wife andbrother
Census 1850 Tennessee, Hardeman, Lincoln, and Fayette Counties
Source: Census 1850 Tennessee, Hardeman, Lincoln, and Fayette Counties
Authors: US Federal Census
Date: SEP 1850
Publisher: ancestry.com

Census1860
Place: Lincoln County, Tennessee
Address: District 19
Census1870
Place: Madison County, Alabama
Census1880
Place: Madison County, Alabama

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Notes

Note 1

Possible origin of the name "Tarpley" seen in Virginia Colonial Soldiers

included in Census, Flynt Richard 1790 -1840 attached.

Note 2

Males 1 bet 30-40

Females: 1 bet 20-30, 1 bet 30-40

no slaves

Sources

  1. Census 1850 Tennessee, Hardeman, Lincoln, and Fayette Counties
    Source: Census 1850 Tennessee, Hardeman, Lincoln, and Fayette Counties
    Authors: US Federal Census
    Date: SEP 1850
    Publisher: ancestry.com
  2. Flynt Family History and Genelogy Online ......not reliable.... but source notes have usable info.
    Source: Flynt Family History and Genelogy Online ......not reliable.... but source notes have usable info.
    Authors: Lorien Gunsallus, FlyntPage@aol.com ......not reliable.... but source notes have usable info.
    Publisher: http://members.tripod.com/flyntgenealogy/ Flynt,wwwNotes.mwd www.fmoran.com/flynt.html