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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Samuel  Tyler

  (b. 21 August 1734, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 20 March 1820Griswold, Connecticut, USA )  

Samuel Tyler was born 21 August 1734 in , Crown Colony of Connecticut. Samuel Tyler was the child of

He married  Judith Brown 17 March 1757 in Griswold, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Judith Brown  was born 19 August 1734 in Preston, Connecticut, USA .  She died 5 August 1821 in Preston, Connecticut, USA .  She was the daughter of John Brown (Browne) and Amie (Ame) Fellows.

Samuel Tyler died 20 March 1820 in Griswold, Connecticut, USA .


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Samuel Tyler married flag Judith Brown-- Date: 17 March 1757 Place: Griswold, Crown Colony of Connecticut
homepage.ct.metrocast.net/ ~kamaba/ NewLondonCo/ Preston_Marriages.html 

Judith Brown was the daughter of John Brown (Browne) and Amie (Ame) Fellows


Samuel Tyler & Judith Brown, March 17, 1757

Added: 7/15/2015 8:12:47 PM  
Updated: 3/24/2016 2:37:32 PM


Children:
flag John Brown Tyler (b.9 November 1773, Preston, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 22 November 1840, Preston, Connecticut, USA)




1757 Marriage / Partner
Samuel Tyler and Judith Brown 17 March 1757, Griswold, Connecticut, USA (Jewett City)

1773 Birth of Child
John Brown Tyler was born 9 November 1773, Preston, Connecticut, USA

Death
20 March 1820
Griswold, Connecticut, USA (Jewett City)


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Buried at:
Pachaug Cemetery
Route 138

Griswold, Connecticut, USA (Jewett City)



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