Person:John Tyler (16)

     
Gov. John Tyler, 15th Governor of Virginia
m. bef 1747
  1. Mary Tylerabt 1740 -
  2. Anne Tylerabt 1743 -
  3. Elizabeth Tyler1744 -
  4. Lewis Tylerabt 1745 -
  5. Rachel Tylerabt 1746 -
  6. Gov. John Tyler, 15th Governor of Virginia1747 - 1813
  7. Joanna Tylerabt 1752 - 1845
m. 1777
  1. Anne Contesse Tyler1778 - 1803
  2. Elizabeth Armistead Tyler1780 - 1824
  3. Martha Jefferson Tyler1782 - 1855
  4. Maria Henry Tyler1784 - 1843
  5. Wat Henry Tyler1788 - 1862
  6. President John Tyler1790 - 1862
  7. William Tyler1791 - 1856
  8. Christiana Booth Tyler1795 - 1842
Facts and Events
Name[1] Gov. John Tyler, 15th Governor of Virginia
Alt Name[1] John Tyler, Esq.
Alt Name[1] John Tyler, Sr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 28 Feb 1747 Virginia, United States[proof pending York or Charles City County]
Marriage 1777 Virginia, United Statesto Mary Marot Armistead
Death[1] 6 Jan 1813 Charles City, Virginia, United States
Vital Records

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 John Tyler, Sr., in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

    [last accessed 5 Jun 2014]
    John Tyler Sr. (February 28, 1747 – January 6, 1813) was a Virginia planter, judge, 15th Governor of Virginia (1808–1811) and the father of the tenth President of the United States, John Tyler.
    Born in York County, Virginia, Tyler attended the College of William and Mary and read law under Judge Nicholas in Williamsburg to enter the bar. He practiced in the county courts, and was a planter in Charles City County, Virginia. ..

    Gov. John Tyler, 15th Governor of Virginia.