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Letitia Christian Tyler
(1790 - 1842)
First Lady from April 4, 1841 to September 10, 1842
Letitia Christian Tyler, born at Cedar Grove, New Kent County, Virginia,
12 November, 1790; died in Washington, D. C., 9 September, 1842, was the
daughter of Robert Christian, a planter in New Kent county, Virginia. She
married Mr. Tyler on 29 March, 1813, and removed with him to his home in Charles
City county. When he became president she accompanied him to Washington; but her
health was delicate, and she died shortly afterward.
Mrs. Tyler was unable to assume any social cares, and the duties of
mistress of the White House devolved upon her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert
Tyler. She possessed great beauty of person and of character, and, before the
failure of her health, was especially fitted for a social life.
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