Elizabeth Tyler

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Elizabeth Tyler (July 11, 1823 – June 1, 1850 [1]) was one of fifteen children of John Tyler, tenth President of the United States. She was born in 1823 to John Tyler and Letitia Christian, his first wife. On January 31, 1842, she married William Nevison Waller in a wedding held at the White House, and moved to Lynchburg, Virginia. She died at the age of 27 in 1850, in childbirth. [2]