Person:Francis Tyler (1)

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Francis Tyler
b.bef 1646
d.bet 4 Mar 1711/12 and 7 Apr 1712 Branford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
m. bef 1646
  1. Francis Tylerbef 1646 - bet 1711/12
  2. George Tylerest 1650 - 1730/31
  3. Roger Tylerest 1662 -
m. bef 1681
  • HFrancis Tylerbef 1646 - bet 1711/12
  • WSarah Page1666 - bef 1712
m. bef 1695
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Name[1] Francis Tyler
Gender Male
Birth[1] bef 1646 Signed church & plantation covenant 1667.
Marriage bef 1681 to Unknown Unknown
Marriage bef 1695 to Sarah Page
Death[1] bet 4 Mar 1711/12 and 7 Apr 1712 Branford, New Haven, Connecticut, United StatesBetween date of will and date of probate
Will[1] 4 Mar 1711/12
Probate[1] 7 Apr 1711/12
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Brigham, Willard Irving Tyler, and Calvin Cedric Tyler. The Tyler Genealogy: The Descendants of Job Tyler of Andover, Massachusetts, 1619-1700. (Plainfield, New Jersey and Tylerville, Connecticut (Vols. 1 & 2); Grand Rapids, Michigan (Vol. 3): Cornelius B. Tyler and Rollin U. Tyler (Vols. 1 & 2); Calvin Cedric Tyler (Vol. 3), 1912, 1976).

    Francis Tyler (Roger), settled in Branford, Ct.; died there in 1712. … He drew a lot in Bradford in 1679; was "propownded for a freeman" at Hartford 9 May 1678. An iron worker. First heard of as an original signer of the "New Plantation and Church Covenant", 20 Jan 1667. Joined the Church 1688. His sister or sister-in-law was Mrs. Frisbie, wife of Ebenezer Frisbie. He was appointed guardian of his brother Charles, 1698. {See Branford Land Records, Vol. 1, p. 123; Vol. V, p. 143; N.E. Gen. Register, Vol. iii; Savage's N.E. Gen. Register, Vol. IV; Taintor's Extracts of Colchester Records). A copy of his will shows execution by "his mark", dated 4 Mar 1711-1712; probated 7 Apr following, and is recorded in New Haven Probate Records, Vol. IV, p. 10.