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Descendants of Charles Chauncey

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  CHARLES4 CHAUNCEY  (GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born November 05, 1592 in Yardley-Bury, Herts, England, and died February 19, 1671/72 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA.  He married CATHERINE EYRE March 17, 1629/30 in Ware, Hertfordshire, England, daughter of ROBERT EYRE and ANNE STILL.  She was born November 02, 1604 in New Saram, England, and died January 23, 1666/67 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA.

 

Notes for CHARLES CHAUNCEY:

Chauncey Family

THE CHAUNCEY FAMILY

 

CHAUNCY DE CHAUNCY (1045) was a Norman nobleman who came into England with the Norman Invasion of William the Conqueror. Chauncy came from Canchy, Normandy, France. Canchy or Chaucy is six miles north-northeast from Abbeville, and less than thirty miles from Amiens. Not far to the northeast is the river Canchy or Chaucy, which runs by Montreuil, and two leagues from that town empties into the English Channel. The name of the family has been spelt Canci, Cauci, Caunci, Chauncie, Chancy, Chauncy and Chauncey.1

 

WILLIAM DE CHAUNCY, SIR (1080) was the son of Chauncy de Chauncy. William was the first Baron of Skirpenbeck. Skirpenbeck is near Stamford Bridge, over the Derwent, near where King Harold of England defeated Harold Hardrada King of Norway in 1066. William was the father of Walter.

 

WALTER DE CHAUNCY, SIR (1110) was the son of William de Chauncy. In 31st of King Henry I he paid 15 Pounds to the king for license to marry whom he pleased. He married ALICIA FITZ HELTE oldest sister of William Fitz Helte. Walter and Alicia were the parents of Anfride.

 

ANFRIDE DE CHAUNCY, SIR (c1150-1195) was the son of Walter de Chauncy and Alicia Fitz Helte. He married a Maud? . In the 12th year of King Henry II, i.e. 1166, he was assessed for the sum of five knights’ fees to aid in the cost of the marriage of the king's daughter. Anfride and Maud had three sons.

CH:     1. ROGER

          2. Walter

          3. William

 

ROGER DE CHAUNCY, SIR (c1190-1231) was the son of Anfride de Chauncy and Maud? . Walter married Preciosa? By whom he had two sons.

CH:     1. ROBERT

          2. Hugh, Lord of Upton

 

ROBERT DE CHAUNCY, SIR (1218-1246) was the son of Roger Chauncy and Preciosa? . Robert paid his 25 marks for five knights’ fees for his barony of Skirpenbeck in 1341. Robert did not long survive his father; for in 1246 King Henry III gave Robert de Cupping one hundred pounds for his services as custodian of the heir of Robert de Chauncy (Thomas de Chauncy) until his lawful age and his marriage. Robert had at least one son: Thomas.

 

THOMAS DE CHAUNCY, SIR (1245-4/8/1309) was the son of Robert de Chauncy. Thomas married ISABEL DE CHAUNCY daughter and heir of Sir PHILIP DE CHAUNCY, Lord of Willoughton, Lincolnshire. Thomas was one of the barons who joined in a letter to Pope Boniface, 1301, to maintain the king's right to Scotland against the pretensions of the pope. Thomas and Isabel were the parents of William.

 

WILLIAM DE CHAUNCY, SIR (1289-1344) was the son of Thomas de Chauncy and Isabel de Chauncy. At 20 years of age he did homage on the 7th of May, 2nd of King Edward II, i.e. 5/7/1309. William was the father of Sir Thomas.

 

THOMAS DE CHAUNCY, SIR (b C1310) was the son of William de Chauncy. He succeeded to the barony in 17th Edward III (i.e. in 1344).  Thomas was the father of Sir William.

 

WILLIAM DE CHAUNCY, SIR (b C1340) was the son of Thomas de Chauncy. William married JOAN BIGOD daughter of ROGER BIGOD nephew of the Earl of Norfolk. William was the Baron of Skirpenbeck, York. William and Joan were the parents of John.

 

JOHN CHAUNCY (c1383-2/22/1445) was the son of William de Chauncy and Joan Bigod. John married MARGARET GIFFARD daughter of WILLIAM GIFFARD of Samford, Essex and of Gedleston, Hertford. John and Margaret were the parents of John.

 

JOHN CHAUNCY, ESQ. (c1413-5/7/1479) was the son of John Chauncy and Margaret Giffard. John married ANNE LEVENTHORPE (d 12/2/1477) daughter of JOHN LEVENTHORPE, Esq. one of the executors of the will of King Henry V. John and Margaret were the parents of John.

 

JOHN CHAUNCY (c1463-6/8/1510) was the son of John Chauncy and Anne Leventhorpe. John married ALICE BOYCE daughter of THOMAS BOYCE. John and Anne were the parents of John.

 

JOHN CHAUNCY (c1496-6/4/1546) was the son of John Chauncy and Alice Boyce. John married ELIZABETH PROFFIT (d 11/10/1531) daughter of JOHN PROFFIT of Barcomb, Suffolk. John and Alice had three sons.

CH:     1. HENRY

          2. Maurice

          3. Robert

 

 

HENRY CHAUNCY (c1527-4/14/1587) was the son of John Chauncy (Chauncey) and Elizabeth Proffit. Henry married a Lucy? (D 4/25/1566).

Henry and Elizabeth had two sons.

CH:     1. GEORGE

          2. John

 

 

GEORGE CHAUNCEY (c1559-1627) was the son of Henry Chauncey and Lucy? . George married first Jane Cornwall and after her death married ANNE (AGNES) WELSH daughter of EDWARD WELSH of Great Wymondley. George and Anne had three children.

CH:     1. CHARLES

          2. Edward

          3. George

 

 

CHARLES CHAUNCEY (11/5/1592-2/19/1672) was the son of George Chauncey and Anne Welsh. Charles was the second president of Harvard College. He has a long list of published works. He was born in Yardley-Bury, Hertfordshire, England.2 There are many books written on the life and pedigree of Charles Chauncey.3 Charles married CATHERINE EYRE by whom he had eight children.

 

Chauncy, Charles (1592 - Feb. 19, 1671/2), non-conformist clergyman, second president of Harvard, was a son of George Chauncy and his wife Agnes Welch, widow of Edward Humbertson. Notwithstanding the statement in Mather's Magnalia that the date of Chauncy's birth was 1589, it is probable that he was born shortly before Nov. 5, 1592, when his baptism was registered in Yardley-bury, Herts, England. A pupil in Westminster School at the time of the Gunpowder Plot, he matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge, at Easter, 1610, received the B.A. degree in 1613-14, the M.A. in 1617, and B.D. in 1624. He became a fellow of Trinity in 1614 and was Greek lecturer in the same college in 1624 and 1626 (Zachary Grey, An Impartial Examination of Mr. Daniel Neal's History of the Puritans, II, 153). On Mar. 17, 1630, he was married to Catharine, daughter of Robert Eyre. He was vicar of St. Michael's in Cambridge in 1626; of Ware, Herts, in 1627-33; of Marston St. Lawrence in 1633-37. Because of his opposition to some of Archbishop Laud's regulations. He was twice summoned before the high commission court, - in 1630 while he was in Ware (Proceedings Massachusetts Historical Society, XIII, 337-40; Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, 1629-31), and again, in 1634 while he was in Marston St. Lawrence (Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, 1635-36) On the second occasion he was imprisoned for some months. In each case he submitted only to regret his submission later. On June 12, 1637, Dr. S. Clerke wrote to Sir John Lambe: "Mr. Chauncy... mends like sour ale in summer. He held a fast on Wednesday last, and ... he with another preached some six or eight hours. The whole tribe of Gad flocked thither, some three-score from Northampton; the Lord Say, with his lady, honoured them with their presence" (Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, 1637). Evidently a new storm was brewing and Chauncy fled before it, reaching New England a few days before the great earthquake, which occurred on June I, 1638. Before leaving England he wrote a Retraction of his submission, which was published in London in 164I. In New England he went first to Plymouth as a helper to Mr. Reyner, the pastor. Trouble soon arose on account of his theory concerning baptism, which he seems to have believed, should be by immersion even in the case of infants. On Nov. 2, 1640, Hooker of Hartford wrote to Shepard of Cambridge: "Mr. Chancy and the church [at Plymouth] are to part.... At a day of fast... he openly professed he did as verily believe the truth of his opinions as that there was a God in heaven, and that he was settled in it as the earth was upon the center ... I profess how it is possible to keep peace with a man so adventurous and pertinacious, who will vent what he list and maintain what he vents, its beyond all the skill I have to conceive" (Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, 1877, pp. 49-50). In 1641, he removed to Scituate where he found some remnants of Mr. Lothrop's party who sympathized with him but also others who were inclined to the Church of England. The result was a schism and the two churches wrangled until conditions became unbearable (Samuel Deane, History of Scituate, 1831). In 1654, Chauncy left for Boston, intending to return to his former parish in Ware, which had invited him back. At the moment, however, Harvard College was without a president owing to the enforced withdrawal of Henry Dunster because of his Baptist convictions, and the Overseers appointed Mather and Norton a committee to invite Chauncy to the vacant office. Since his views had become well-known, the Committee was instructed to signify: to him that the Overseers "expected and desired that he forbear to disseminate or publish any tenets concerning the necessity of immersion in baptism and celebration of the Lord's Supper at evening or to expose the received doctrine therein" (Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, vol. XV, p. 206). Accepting these humiliating conditions, and the meager stipend of œ100, Chauncy became, on Nov. 29, 1634, the second president of Harvard College and continued in that office until his death on Feb. 19, 1671/2. As president, he seems to have been eminently successful. His naturally impulsive temper was curbed by the responsibilities of his position and, although he disagreed with Jonathan Mitchell, pastor of the Cambridge church, upon the Half-way Covenant (see Chauncy's Anti-Synodalia Americana, Cambridge, 1664), their personal relations seem to have continued friendly His faults of temper were more than offset by his acknowledged erudition, to which Ezra Stiles of Yale bore glowing testimony (The Literary Diary, 1901, I, 133). In addition to works already mentioned, Chauncy published: The Doctrine of the Sacrament (1642); God's Mercy Shewed to His People (1655); Sermon on Amos (1665); The Plain Doctrine of the Justification of a Sinner in the Sight of God (1659). He also wrote, in Latin prose and verse, various productions for state occasions at Cambridge, England, most of which are in William Chauncey Fowler, Memorials of the Chaunceys, Including President Chauncy, His Ancestors and Descendants (1858). 4

 

 

SARAH CHAUNCEY (b 6/31/1631) was the eldest daughter of Charles Chauncey and Catherine Eyre.5 She was born at Ware, England. Sarah married GERSHOM BULKELEY on October 26, 1659. See the Bulkeley Family.

 

1 The history of the Chauncys from William de Chauncy (bc 1080) to Charles Chauncy, 2nd President of Harvard College, is taken from William Chauncey Fowler, Memorials of the Chaunceys, Including President Chauncy, His Ancestors and Descendants, 1858, pp. 37-45 2 For the date of Chauncy's birth, see (in favor of 1589) Cotton Mather, Magnalia Christi Americana (ed. 1853), I, pp. 463-76; "Chas. Chauncy,"

Mass. Historical. Soc. Collections., I ser., vol. X, pp. 17l ff.; (in favor of 1592) Fowler, Memorials of the Chaunceys, Including President Chauncy, His Ancestors and Descendants (1858 ), pp. I, 337; Mass. Historical. Soc. Collections., 2 ser., vol. VI, pp. 607.

3 For the Royal pedigree of Chauncy see The Magna Chart Sureties, pp. 8-9. See also President Charles Chauncy, His Ancestors and Descendants. For the Royal ancestry of Charles Chauncy see The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants, pp. 423

4  Dictionary of American Biography, Vol IV, pp. 41-42

5 Memorials of the Chaunceys, Including President Chauncy, His Ancestors and Descendants, pp. 231-232

 

    

Children of CHARLES CHAUNCEY and CATHERINE EYRE are:

           i.  SARAH5 CHAUNCEY, b. June 30, 1631, Ware, England; d. June 03, 1699, Wethersfield, CT; m. GERSHOM BULKELEY, October 26, 1659, Concord, MA.

          ii.  ISSAC CHAUNCEY, b. August 23, 1632, Ware, Hertfordshire, England; d. June 03, 1699, Cambridge, MA; m. BRIDGETT PITTMAN.

         iii.  ICHABOD CHAUNCEY, b. 1635, Ware, Hertfordshire, England; d. July 25, 1691, Cambridge, MA; m. MARY KING.

         iv.  BARNABAS CHAUNCEY, b. 1637.

          v.  NATHANIEL CHAUNCEY, b. Abt. 1639, Windsor, CT; d. November 04, 1685, Hatfield, MA; m. ABIGAIL STRONG, November 12, 1673, Dorchester, MA.

         vi.  ELNATHAN CHAUNCEY, b. Abt. 1639, Plymouth, MA; d. Barbados.

2.      vii.  ISRAEL CHAUNCEY, b. 1644, Plymouth, MA; d. March 14, 1702/03.

        viii.  HANNAH CHAUNCEY, b. Abt. 1645.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  ISRAEL5 CHAUNCEY (CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born 1644 in Plymouth, MA, and died March 14, 1702/03.  He married MARY NICHOLS January 08, 1666/67, daughter of ISSAC NICHOLS and MARGARET SHUMAN.  She was born February 02, 1647/48.

    

Children of ISRAEL CHAUNCEY and MARY NICHOLS are:

3.        i.  CHARLES6 CHAUNCEY, b. September 03, 1668, Stratfield, CT; d. December 31, 1714, Stratfield, CT.

          ii.  ISSAC CHAUNCEY.

         iii.  ROBERT CHAUNCEY, b. October 15, 1677.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  CHARLES6 CHAUNCEY (ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born September 03, 1668 in Stratfield, CT, and died December 31, 1714 in Stratfield, CT.  He married (1) SARAH WOLCOTT.    He married (2) SARAH BURR June 29, 1692 in Fairfield, CT, daughter of JOHN BURR and SARAH FITCH.  She was born July 25, 1675 in Fairfield, CT, and died June 15, 1697.

    

Children of CHARLES CHAUNCEY and SARAH WOLCOTT are:

           i.  ABIAH7 CHAUNCEY, b. January 22, 1698/99.

          ii.  ROBERT CHAUNCEY, b. October 30, 1701.

         iii.  ICHABOD CHAUNCEY, b. January 01, 1702/03.

    

Children of CHARLES CHAUNCEY and SARAH BURR are:

4.      iv.  ISRAEL7 CHAUNCEY, b. June 29, 1693, Fairfield, CT; d. 1737, Fairfield, CT.

          v.  JOHN CHAUNCEY, b. November 07, 1695.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4.  ISRAEL7 CHAUNCEY (CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born June 29, 1693 in Fairfield, CT, and died 1737 in Fairfield, CT.  He married MARTHA WAKEMAN Bet. 1720 - 1721 in Fairfield, CT, daughter of CAPT WAKEMAN and MARTHA HUBBELL.  She was born September 24, 1700 in Fairfield, CT.

    

Children of ISRAEL CHAUNCEY and MARTHA WAKEMAN are:

           i.  SARAH8 CHAUNCEY, b. April 26, 1721, Fairfield, CT.

5.       ii.  ABIGAIL CHAUNCEY, b. April 09, 1725, Fairfield, CT.

         iii.  RHODA CHAUNCEY, b. 1727, Fairfield, CT.

         iv.  ELEANOR CHAUNCEY, b. 1729, Fairfield, CT.

          v.  MARY CHAUNCEY, b. 1731, Fairfield, CT.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5.  ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY (ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born April 09, 1725 in Fairfield, CT.  She married ISSAC TYLER Aft. 1760, son of JOHN TYLER and ABIGAIL HALL.  He was born January 17, 1712/13 in Wallingford, CT, and died April 12, 1801.

 

Notes for ISSAC TYLER:

Issac Tyler was born 17 Jan 1713 at Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT.  He married Susanna Miles, daughter of John Miles and Sarah Ball, on 22 Nov 1732 at Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT.  He married Abigail Chauncey after 1760 at Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT.  He was buried in Apr 1801 at Chesire, CT.  He died on 12 Apr 1801 at Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT at age 88. P1923, Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven

    

Children of ABIGAIL CHAUNCEY and ISSAC TYLER are:

           i.  EUNICE9 TYLER, m. NATHANIEL HOADLY.

6.       ii.  MILES CHAUNCEY TYLER, b. December 13, 1764, Wallingford, CT; d. June 08, 1854, McDonough, NY.

7.       iii.  AMOS TYLER, b. 1768; d. Eaton, Lorain, Ohio.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

6.  MILES CHAUNCEY9 TYLER (ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born December 13, 1764 in Wallingford, CT, and died June 08, 1854 in McDonough, NY.  He married SARAH SANFORD, daughter of JOHN SANFORD and SARAH WILMOT.  She was born October 06, 1772, and died May 14, 1861.

 

Children of MILES TYLER and SARAH SANFORD are:

8.        i.  THOMAS10 TYLER, b. Abt. 1793; d. April 26, 1879, McDonough, NY.

9.       ii.  AMOS TYLER, b. November 27, 1798; d. April 24, 1889, Spokane, WA.

10.     iii.  SUSAN TYLER, b. April 09, 1801.

11.     iv.  STEPHEN TYLER.

12.     v.  NELSON TYLER.

 

7.  AMOS9 TYLER (ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born 1768, and died in Eaton, Lorain, Ohio.  He married CHLOE HINE 1786 in New Haven, CT.  She was born December 08, 1769 in Woodbridge, New Haven, CT, and died in Ridgeville, Cuyahoga, Ohio.

    

Children of AMOS TYLER and CHLOE HINE are:

           i.  SEYMOUR10 TYLER, b. 1789.

          ii.  ABIGAIL TYLER, b. March 03, 1791.

         iii.  CHLOE JANE TYLER, b. March 29, 1793.

         iv.  AMANDA TYLER, b. Abt. 1795.

          v.  ISSAC TYLER, b. Abt. 1797.

         vi.  LUCIA TYLER, b. Abt. 1799.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

8.  THOMAS10 TYLER (MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1793, and died April 26, 1879 in McDonough, NY.  He married POLLY WEBB 1833.  She was born July 18, 1801 in Oxford, NY, and died October 03, 1887 in McDonough, NY.

    

Children of THOMAS TYLER and POLLY WEBB are:

           i.  JERUSHA11 TYLER.

          ii.  JANET TYLER.

         iii.  HARRIET TYLER.

         iv.  DANIEL TYLER, b. April 13, 1842, McDonough, NY; d. April 13, 1929; m. ABBIE MONROE, July 12, 1865, McDonough, NY.

 

 

9.  AMOS10 TYLER (MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born November 27, 1798, and died April 24, 1889 in Spokane, WA.  He married ANNICE BARTLE, daughter of PETER BARTLE and TABITHA LOOMIS.  She was born August 23, 1801 in Oxford, NY, and died April 28, 1873 in Delmar, PA.

    

Children of AMOS TYLER and ANNICE BARTLE are:

           i.  AMBROSIA11 TYLER, m. CLARK WILCOX.

          ii.  MARYETTE TYLER.

         iii.  DIANA TYLER.

         iv.  URI TYLER, m. EMALINE BARTLE.

13.     v.  WARDEN E. TYLER, b. October 28, 1839, Chenango, NY; d. March 04, 1903, Appelton, MN.

14.     vi.  JOHN C. TYLER, b. April 24, 1845; d. June 30, 1914.

 

10.  SUSAN10 TYLER (MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born April 09, 1801.  She married CHARLES EDWARD CLARK June 15, 1819.  He was born October 11, 1799.

 

    

Children of SUSAN TYLER and CHARLES CLARK are:

           i.  MILES SANFORD11 CLARK, b. December 05, 1820.

          ii.  MARY ETTA CLARK, b. July 30, 1823.

         iii.  HANNAH CLARK, b. May 26, 1825.

         iv.  SARAH ANN CLARK, b. February 02, 1827.

          v.  CHARLES AMENZO CLARK, b. March 19, 1829.

         vi.  GEORGE ALFRED CLARK, b. April 23, 1834.

 

11.  STEPHEN10 TYLER (MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1)  He married ELIZABETH. 

    

Children of STEPHEN TYLER and ELIZABETH are:

           i.  MARY C.11 TYLER.

15.      ii.  HENRY B. TYLER, d. April 11, 1863, New Orleans.

 

12.  NELSON10 TYLER (MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1)  He married PATTY PALMER, daughter of JOHN PALMER. 

    

Children of NELSON TYLER and PATTY PALMER are:

           i.  LAURA11 TYLER.

          ii.  JANE TYLER.

         iii.  SARAH TYLER.

         iv.  DELIA TYLER.

          v.  MARY TYLER.

16.     vi.  JOHN B. TYLER, b. March 20, 1844; d. March 03, 1915, McDonough, NY.

        vii.  ELLEN TYLER.

        viii.  FRANCIS TYLER.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

13.  WARDEN E.11 TYLER (AMOS10, MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born October 28, 1839 in Chenango, NY, and died March 04, 1903 in Appelton, MN.  He married CATHERINE NANCY ORR August 24, 1864 in Delmar, PA, daughter of ROBERT ORR and DELIA COOK.  She was born August 02, 1839 in NY, and died April 04, 1916 in Appleton, MN.

 

Children of WARDEN TYLER and CATHERINE ORR are:

           i.  NELLIE12 TYLER, b. May 09, 1866; m. H. A. BAILEY.

          ii.  MABEL TYLER, b. November 22, 1867; m. GEORGE LASSELL.

         iii.  JESSIE TYLER, b. February 28, 1871; d. 1947; m. EVERETT LOWRY.

         iv.  CHARLES H. TYLER, b. April 15, 1872; d. 1879, Appleton, MN.

          v.  ANNICE TYLER, b. November 20, 1874.

17.     vi.  WILLIAM GEORGE TYLER, b. November 03, 1876, Appleton, MN; d. November 26, 1936, Pasadena, CA.

        vii.  KATIE TYLER, b. July 06, 1880; m. CLARENCE JOHNSON.

 

14.  JOHN C.11 TYLER (AMOS10, MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born April 24, 1845, and died June 30, 1914.  He married (1) JULIA PRESCOTT.    He married (2) LAURA ELLEN STEWART October 07, 1875 in Montevideo, MN.  She was born October 07, 1854.

    

Children of JOHN TYLER and LAURA STEWART are:

           i.  MARCUS12 TYLER, b. August 05, 1876.

          ii.  GRACE E. TYLER, b. July 18, 1878.

         iii.  ECHO J. TYLER, b. May 12, 1883.

 

15.  HENRY B.11 TYLER (STEPHEN10, MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) died April 11, 1863 in New Orleans.  He married OLIVE BROWN November 14, 1860 in Plymouth, NY. 

 

Notes for HENRY B. TYLER:

Enrolled Aug 11, 1862 and mustered into service Aug 14, 1862.  Company I, 114th Rgt, NY Volunteers. Died of typhoid fever in New Orleans on 11 Apr 1863.

    

Child of HENRY TYLER and OLIVE BROWN is:

           i.  FRANK A.12 TYLER, b. December 28, 1861.

 

16.  JOHN B.11 TYLER (NELSON10, MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born March 20, 1844, and died March 03, 1915 in McDonough, NY.  He married MARY BRIZEE January 10, 1869 in Preston, NY. 

 

Child of JOHN TYLER and MARY BRIZEE is:

           i.  NELLIE12 TYLER, b. March 21, 1875.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

17.  WILLIAM GEORGE12 TYLER (WARDEN E.11, AMOS10, MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born November 03, 1876 in Appelton, MN, and died November 26, 1936 in Pasedena, CA.  He married ANNA CAROLINE LEWIS May 05, 1902, daughter of ANDREW LEWIS and CAROLINE PULS.  She was born February 20, 1881, and died July 08, 1936 in Stockton, CA.

    

Children of WILLIAM TYLER and ANNA LEWIS are:

           i.  KATHLEEN ANNICE13 TYLER, b. March 06, 1905.

18.      ii.  WARD ERWIN TYLER, b. July 10, 1907, Spokane, WA; d. August 19, 1988, Stockton, CA.

         iii.  MARJORIE TYLER, b. January 1913.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

18.  WARD ERWIN13 TYLER (WILLIAM GEORGE12, WARDEN E.11, AMOS10, MILES CHAUNCEY9, ABIGAIL8 CHAUNCEY, ISRAEL7, CHARLES6, ISRAEL5, CHARLES4, GEORGE3, HENRY2, JOHN1) was born July 10, 1907 in Spokane, WA, and died August 19, 1988 in Stockton, CA.  He married GENEVIEVE PATRICIA BURKE July 02, 1931 in Stockton, CA, daughter of JAMES BURKE and ELIZABETH TUMELTY.  She was born March 02, 1908 in Stockton, CA, and died January 18, 1984 in Stockton, CA.

    

Children of WARD TYLER and GENEVIEVE BURKE are:

19.      i.  WARD ERWIN14 TYLER, JR, b. May 13, 1932, Stockton, CA; d. November 05, 1989, Stockton, CA.

20.      ii.  CAROLE JEAN TYLER, b. August 30, 1933.

 

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