My cousin has been researching our brick wall to Great Great Grandfather, Andrew E. Tryon. This gentlemen seems to be a tricky person to find information on. She did find a relative that shed some some light to us and he may have had a family prior to my Great Grandfather Joseph E. Tryon and his siblings, time line here.
She shared that the story she has, is that Andrew Tryon and Wife Martha S Williams, married on January 17, 1871 (Source Citation: Greene Co Indiana; Index to Marriage Record 1821 – 1920 [Lacking 1828, W. P. A.; Book: L; Page: 142.) in Greene Co Indiana. According to her, he had two sons, Tell and Ancil Andrew Tryon. On our paperwork we had my Great Great Grandfather and siblings being the children of Martha S. Williams. So the mystery continues. Did he have two families and leaving one to think he had died on the Wasbach River? Trying to find documentation on this Ancestor has been very entertaining. May just have to make a trip to Provo Family History Library to research microfilm documents.