|Birth: ||Apr. 22, 1790|
South Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jun. 9, 1873|
Jacob Joseph Tyler was the son of John Tyler and unknown mother. They lived in Saxe-Gotha, Berkeley /Lexington Dist. John and sister Ann were heirs to father's lands and goods. They underage and had family guardians who promptly took, sold and used the property. The two children had to sue through the courts when of age. They would have inherited the lands that belonged to their Grandfather Jacob..as he left it to his son John.
Jacob J. was married to Mary Cynthia Mullins in 1823 SC. They moved to Hall Co., Ga. They raised seven children. They later moved to Talladega Co., Al. before 1866. Where they both died. He was in the War of 1812. After death of Jacob, Cynthia applied for a Widow's pension in 1885.
They are NOT related to the Tylers of Burnwell,SC. HIS FATHER IS NOT OWEN TYLER.
Research notes by Linda Bock
Description of the original grave site for Jacob J. Tyler...Jacob J. Tyler, Grave, T19S-R5E-NWS36. Leave Talladega on 509S (Taylor's Mill Road), turn R(west) on 303. Cross Talladega Creek Bridge. Travel 1.1 miles, turn L(south) on 234. Travel 3.6 miles. Grave is on left side of road .4 miles into woods and .3 miles north of Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Family said the stone had been stolen from the grave site and later recovered.
TYLER, Jacob J., 4-22-1790 to 6-9-1873. A soldier of the War of 1812.
He, Gerald Tyler, said Quote..
" Aljearld Powers, a distant cousin of mine on
the Smelley side, took me to Jacob's grave in
the late 60's, his was the only stone, the
others about 15-20 of them, were only mounds
of dirt and rocks on both ends. This is where
we got the birth and death date,(for Jacob)
in small letters was "A soldier of the
War of 1812" below the death date. But since
then some knuckle head stole the stone to
sell as an antique, he has been arrested and
the last (1998)"
The stone has now been placed in the Oldfield Methodist Cemetery.
War of 1812
Private, volunteered, served under John Gray and Col. Evans and Waderalds Point, South Carolina and at Fort Johnson, SC. He received two land grants of 40 acres each for his war service.
John Tyler (1758 - 1806)
Cynthia Mullins Tyler (1802 - 1889)*
John Francis Marion Tyler (1825 - 1863)*
George Washington Tyler (1826 - 1905)*
Cintha W. Tyler Smelley (1830 - 1911)*
Luthany Julia M. Tyler Cagle (1832 - 1916)*
Mary Cynthia Tyler Norris (1838 - ____)*
Jacob Joseph Tyler (1790 - 1873)
Ann Elizabeth Tyler Culpepper (1790 - 1870)*
Oldfield Methodist Church Cemetery
Created by: Linda Hollowell Bock
Record added: Feb 11, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13322754