Facts About John Tyler
|Presidency||John Tyler, 10th President of United States, (April 6, 1841, to March 4, 1845)|
|Born||March 29, 1790, at Charles Town, Virginia (United States), at Greenway Farm|
|Died||Exchange Hotel on January 18, 1862|
|Cause of Death||Not to be officially recognized in Washington|
|Grave||Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia, United States|
|Parents||John Tyler Sr. Mary Armistead|
|Spouse||Letitia Christian Tyler (married around 1813–1842)|
|Children’s||Julia Gardiner Tyler Spencer, Lyon Gardiner Tyler, etc.|
More About John Tyler
- He was the first president to die in office and no one was sure what to do.
- Tyler Texas declared independence from Mexico.
- The ceremonial cruise down Potomac river with 400 guests including Tyler and his cabinet happened in 1844.
- He was elected to Congress of confederate states but he died before he could take his seat.
- He was a political outlaw of whig party, Tyler renamed where he lived Sherwood Forest.
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