Anyone looked at conflicts in the published genealogy?

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DNA results show Abaslom Tyler's father John Tyler is not from the Williamsburg, VA Tyler clan. The results at worldfamilies.net Tyler project reveal two different haplotypes for the tested participants - I and R, which shows the lineages are not related.
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If science has proven it via DNA, then all it means is someone has to dig deeper into the records to

A) Seek out the right answer to the family tree
B) Try to uncover where a person went wrong in the first theory

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I believe the error of combining two different John Tyler males into one composite person happened because an eager researcher saw recrods indicating a man named John Tyler in church records of St. Paul's Parish of the Church of England. The problem is both men were recorded with increases in their family during the same relative timeframe of 1690-1720, but in two different St. Paul's Parishes - one in Hanover County, Virginia and the other in Chowan, North Carolina.

The DNA results for the descendants of Absalom Tyler show great similarity the the Tyler clan from the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
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