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Nick Tyson Family
Written by Magnolia Tyson Agnue

“My parents are Logue Tyson and Margaret Lockhart Tyson. My grandfather on my father's side is Nick Tyson, brought a slave from VA, settled in Winona, MS before the Civil War 1863; settled in Lafayette County, Taylor, MS after the war. Married Elmira Holeman who had 7 children: 3 boys Logue, Ish, Hamp and 4 girls: Nanny, Minnie, Briget, Marie (acquired 400 acres of farm land). My father Logue Tyson married Margaret Lockhart of Taylor, MS; my brothers are: Alfred Tyson, who married Eva Toles; Preston Tyson married Elmira Brown; Larnell Tyson married Mattie Galiday; Floyd Charles married MAry Smith; Skylo (Jack)-Samuel Tyson married Annie Lee Egerson; Hezekiah Tyson married Marie Rockett; Warren Tyson married Cherrie Narphlet; my sisters: Emma Tyson , Mary Tyson Armstong, 4 children., Elvira, Tyson Campbell 2 boys.

Magnolia Tyson Agnew--my children: Margret Marshall & Debra Moore, my grandchildren are: Erica Marshall, KiKi and Jonalyn Moore and Shamika Marshall (by adoption)."

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