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Charles Tyack, of Cornwall had four brothers, James, William, John and Michael. James, William and Charles came to the US (no date known). John remained in Cornwall. This may be the John Tyack you refer to and may have come later. James and William located in Ohio and New Jersey. Michael married a woman from Dublin, Ireland and presumably stayed there. Charles Tyack married Sarah Trythall of Cornwall and they came to the US on their wedding trip and settled Cheshire, Conn. and worked in the Ginny Hill mines. Both are buried in Hillside Cemetery in Cheshire. Their children were John, James, Charles (died soon after birth), Julia, another Charles, William, Emma, Minnie (Mary Ann Elizbeth) and Walter. John Tyack married his first cousin Elizabeth Brown: their children were Eva, Ethel, Urban (married Edna Gregory) and Aida (married Harry Taylor). James Tyack married Emily Austin, who was born in England. Their child Merwin Austin married Mildred Malch. Julia Tyack married William Allen: their children were William and Elsie. William married Katherine Nelson. Their child Katherine married an attorney named Victor Belshaw. Charles married Mary Carver (born Mary Mac Makin but lost her parents and was adopted by Margaret and Joseph Carver). They lived near Reading PA and in Waterbury Conn. Their children were Dana (married Hilda Malsh), Beatrice, Blanche (married Howard Cooley) and LeRoy, married Ruth Edgerly. LeRoy was born Cornelius LeRoy but changed his name to LeRoy. My sister Cynthia King and I are their children. He was born Jan. 9, 1904 and passed away on August 5, 1994 at the age of 90. He was an electrican engineer with Western Electric and avid ham radio operator. Virginia Tyack