President John Tyler

M, #10615, b. 29 March 1790, d. 17 January 1862
Father*John Tyler1 b. 1747, d. 1813
Mother*Mary Marot Armistead1 b. 1761, d. 1797
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Names and TItles

Titled: Vice President of the United States (John Tyler) on 4 March 1841.
Titled: 10th President of the United States (John Tyler) on 6 April 1841.
     President John Tyler was born on 29 March 1790 in Greenway, Charles City County, Virginia, to, son of John Tyler and Mary Marot Armistead.1 President John Tyler was the son of John Tyler and Mary Marot Armistead.1 President John Tyler married Letitia Christian on 29 March 1813 in Cedar Grove, New Kent County, Virginia.1 President John Tyler married Julia Gardiner on 26 June 1844 at Church of Ascension, New York City, New York.1 President John Tyler died on 17 January 1862 in Richmond, Virginia, at age 71.1 He was buried at Hollywood Cemetary, Richmond, Virginia.1
     John's mother Mary Marot Armistead died in 1797.1 John's father John Tyler died in 1813.1 President John Tyler became the father of Mary Tyler on 15 April 1815.1 President John Tyler became the father of Robert Tyler on 9 September 1816.1 President John Tyler became the father of John Tyler on 27 April 1819.1 President John Tyler became the father of Letitia Tyler on 11 May 1821.1 President John Tyler became the father of Elizabeth (Lizzie) Tyler on 11 July 1823.1 President John Tyler became the father of Ann Contesse Tyler on 5 April 1825.1 President John Tyler became the father of Alice Tyler on 23 March 1827.1 President John Tyler became the father of Tazewell Tyler on 6 December 1830.1 John's daughter was married at wedding of Mary Tyler and Henry Lightfoot Jones on 14 December 1835.1 John's son was married at wedding of John Tyler and Martha Rochelle (?) on 25 October 1838.1 John's daughter was married at wedding of Letitia Tyler and James A. Semple in February 1839.1 John's son was married at wedding of Robert Tyler and Priscilla (Elizabeth) Cooper on 12 September 1839 in Bristol, Pennsylvania.1 President John Tyler became Vice President of the United States under President William Henry Harrison on 4 March 1841 replacing Vice President Richard M. Johnson. Was never elected to office; attained the presidency through the death of his predecessor William Henry Harrison, whose vice-president he was. Samuel L. Southard, president pro tempore of the Senate served as his vice-president.1 President John Tyler became President of the United States on 6 April 1841 replacing President William Henry Harrison. John's daughter was married at wedding of Elizabeth (Lizzie) Tyler and William Nevison Waller on 31 January 1842 in White House, Washington, DC.1 President John Tyler became a widower with the death of his wife, Letitia Christian on 10 September 1842 in White House, Washington, DC, at age 51.1 President John Tyler was replaced as President of the United States by President James Knox Polk on 4 March 1845. President John Tyler became the father of Gardiner (David) Tyler on 12 July 1846.1 President John Tyler became the father of John Alexander Tyler on 7 April 1848.1 John's daughter Mary Tyler died on 17 June 1848 in New Kent County, Virginia.1 President John Tyler became the father of Julia Gardiner Tyler on 25 December 1849.1 John's daughter Elizabeth (Lizzie) Tyler died on 1 June 1850.1 John's daughter was married at wedding of Alice Tyler and Henry Mandeville Denison on 11 July 1850 in Charles City County, Virginia.1 President John Tyler became the father of Lachlan Tyler on 2 December 1851.1 President John Tyler became the father of Lyon Gardiner Tyler on 24 August 1852.1 John's daughter Alice Tyler died on 8 June 1854.1 President John Tyler became the father of Robert FitzWalter Tyler on 12 March 1856.1 John's son was married at wedding of Tazewell Tyler and Nannie Brydges in 1857.1 President John Tyler became the father of Pearl Tyler on 13 June 1860.1

Family 1

Letitia Christian b. 12 November 1790, d. 10 September 1842
Children

Family 2

Julia Gardiner b. 4 May 1820, d. 10 July 1889
Children
Last Edited1 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.