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John Tyler (1682 - 1732)

John Tyler
Born in Englandmap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Father of
Died at about age 49 in Alloways Creek, Salem, New Jerseymap [uncertain]
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John was a Friend (Quaker)

John Tyler was a Quaker and emigrated with his father and his siblings by mother Joan/Johanna Parsons. William & Johanna's children were born "in Old England."[1] John's date of birth in Quaker records is 5-2-1682.

John was alive when named in his father's 1700 will.[2]

Married to Rachel[3].


  1. Hinshaw, William W, and Thomas W. Marshall. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. (Baltimore, Genealogical Pub. Co, 1969), volume 3, page 45
  2. Brigham, Willard I. T. William Tyler Genealogy: The Descendants of William Tyler, of Salem, New Jersey, 1625-1701. (Albany, N.Y: D.A. Thompson, 1912), 9-11
  3. H. Stanley Craig, Salem County Genealogical Data, Vol 1, first print apx 1930, reprinted 1980, p 264.

Name: John Tyler Gender: Male Age: 51 Birth Date: 2 May 1682 Birth Place: Walton, Somersetshire, England Death Date: 1733 Father: William Tyler Mother: Johanna Parsons Spouse: Hannah Wade Child: Benjamin Tyler Source Citation Book Title: William Tyler Genealogy : The descendants of William Tyler, of Salem, New Jersey : 1625 (?) - 1701*

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