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  1. Platt M. Tyler: Birth: 1803. Death: 28 APR 1836

  2. Nicholas C. Tyler: Birth: ABT 1808 in Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York. Death: 12 FEB 1880 in Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York

  3. Cordelia Tyler: Birth: 1813 in Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York.

  4. John Tyler: Birth: ABT 1823 in Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York. Death: 1893

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a. Note:   Polly's name, relationship to Lemuel and Ruth Mosher, her husband's name, and her son's name all come from the Will of Nicholas C. Mosher, dated May 24, 1845.
  Letter of James Jeremiah Woolsey, written about 1886, copy in file, states:
 "Polly Mosher born March 19, 1783, died still living . She married John Tyler Dea. of Baptist Church Hillsdale, N. Y. Their children Platt, John, Cordelia now Mrs. Dea. John McAlpen & Sarah--the last three are still living or were when I last heard from them."
  The 1810 census for Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, shows, copy not in file:
 John Tyler
 free white males under 10: 2
 free white males 26-44: 1
 free white females 10-15: 1
 free white females 26-44: 1
  The 1820 census for Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, copy not in file, shows:
 John Tyler
 free white males 10-16: 1
 free white males 16-18: 1
 free white males 16-26: 1
 free white males 26-44: 1
 free white females under 10: 3
 free white females 26 and under 45: 1
 number of persons engaged in agriculture: 3
  The 1830 census for Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, copy not in file, shows:
 John Tyler
 free white males 5-10: 1
 free white males 10-15: 1
 free white males 20-30: 2
 free white males 40-50: 1
 free white females 5-10: 1
 free white females 10-15: 1
 free white females 15-20: 1
 free white females 20-30: 2
 free white females 40-50: 1
  The 1840 census for Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, shows:
 John Tyler
 1 male 15-20
 1 male 50-60
 1 female 10-15
 1 female 16-20
 1 female 20-30
 1 female 50-60
 The next household is Nicholas C. Tyler
  The 1850 census for Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, taken on June 24, 1850, copy in family files, shows
 John Tyler age 69, white, male, farmer, $4000 real property, born in New York
 Mary Tyler age 67, white, female, born in New York,
 John Tyler age 27, white, male, labor, born in New York
 Jenette Tyler age 21 female, white,
 Mary Tyler, age 20, white, female, born in New York
 Edwin B. age 3/12, white, male, born in New York
 Burrus (?) Ackley age 16, white, male, Labor, born in New York
  The 1860 census for Hillsdale Town, Columbia County, New York, taken on July 24th, shows: Copy in file
 John J. Tyler, 38, white, male, farmer, $3,700 real property, $700 personal property, born in New York
 Jenette, 31, white, female, housekeeper, born in New York
 Edwin, 10, female, white, born in New York, attended school within the year
 Nelson, 7, male, white, born in New York, attended school within the year
 George, 4, male, white, born in New York
 Eugene, 2, male, white, born in New York
 Mary, 9/12, female, white, born in New York
 A___Tyler, 77, female, white, hoousekeeper, born in New York (Mary Polly Mosher Tyler?)
 Sarah Mark (?), 16, female, white, servant, born in New York
  From the Methodist Episcopal Church Yard, adjoining the church, North Hillsdale Columbia County, New York.
 Compiled by Minnie Cohen in June 1938 Volume 7 Pages 51 to 66
 TYLER John, June 1, 1858, 77 y.
 Polly Mosher, wife, Jan. 6, 1863, 79 y.
  Birth Record:
 Baptism Record:
 Marriage Record:
 Death Record: Cemetery Transcription
 Census: 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860
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 Subject: Columbia Cty book
 Date: Saturday, October 15, 2005 7:06 PM
 John Tyler Hillsdale town settled before 1750. South part of town had immigrants from Mass and Conn. The Northern part of the town had Dutch settlers. John Tyler lived here. He was one of the trustees of the 1st. Baptist church Hillsdale incorp. 1838. He was a deacon.
 (My 4th. great uncle was also a deacon of the church. His name was Major Bullock.)
 Orville McAlpine was officer of North Hillsdale cemetery. The cemetery was incorporated 27 Nov. 1865. He was a Vice President and trustee of the cemetery. He was also a deacon of the Methodist Church in Hillsdale.
 The church started out as a Baptist Church and then united with the Methodist somehow.
 Cyrenius Tyler was treasurer and trustee of North Hillsdale cemetery 27 Nov. 1865.
 Nicholas C. Tyler was town clerk of Hillsdale in 1856.
 John S. Shutts officer of the No. Hillsdale Methodist Episcopal Church when the book was written in 1878.
 Polly Tyler the book says John Henry Hatch son of John and Polly Tyler Hatch was born in Columbia cty. 1846. A farmer PO New Lebanon Springs.
 That is all I could find.
 by Captain Franklin Ellis
  This church, known more generally at the present time as the "East Baptist Church, " was organized May 28 1787, by Revs. John and Stephan Gano. There were fourteen persons who entered into covenant and constituted the society. They were James and Phoebe Martin; Caleb, Jr., and Anna Woodward; William, Jr., and Rosannah West; Ambrose and Joanna Latting; Griffin and Anna Wilde; Ruth Jordan, Esther Terry, Lucy Loop, Sarah Martin.
  The first church-meeting was held June 23, 1787, and James Martin was elected deacon and Ambrose Latting church clerk. The first church was built on the three corners, near the present residence of G. F. Stickle, by Ambrose Latting, who agreed to finish it on the outside and wait on the church till they were able to pay for it. This was done, and the church was finally finished off in 1798. Its entire cost is supposed to have been about $800. The work of finishing was done by Albert Foster, for L65. A church was also built in the west part of the town, on the site of the present West church, and this became to property of the second church in 1803, when a division occurred, and the West church was formed. This building was erected some time between 1792 and 1802, but the date and cost are not now known. At a later date the church united with the Methodists in the erection of a house of worship, in the northwest part of the town, near the Downing place, which was sold about 1841-42. the second house of worship in the central part of the town was a Union church, owned in connection with the Methodists. This was torn down, and the present edifice erected in the summer and fall of 1839. The dedication occurred on the 27th of November of that year. This building cost $5000. A parsonage was built in 1835, and this having been disposed of, in 1844 another one was procured. The present valuation of the entire church property is $4000.
  The church became incorporated in 1838. The first trustees were elected previously, in 1835, and were Thomas Palmer, John Tyler, Amos Knox, William Knox. Commencing with fourteen members, the church grew in numbers, until, in 1817, there were one hundred and ninety-two members, which is the highest number yet attained. The largest increase in any one year was sixty-six, in 1817. In the fall of 1837 there was an extensive work of grace, by which forty-three were added to the church; and again, in November, 1842, over thirty were baptized and received into fellowship.
  At different times the church has licensed some of its members to preach the gospel. Among them were Charles Truesdell, Lyman Palmer, Rodney Gilbert, and Albert Knox. One of these, Lyman Palmer, was ordained to the work of the ministry on the 20th of February , 1845. The ordination was an interesting occasion, and the meeting lasted two days. The ordination sermon was preached by Rev. John E. La Grange, from 2d Corinthians iv. 7: "But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us." Revs. H. L. Gros, M. L. Fuller, Stephen Jones, H. Cornwell, B. C. Crandall, S. Hatch, L. Sellick, J. W. Starkweather also participated in the ceremonies of the occasion.
  The deacons have been James Martin, Ambrose Latting, Squire Sherwood, William West, Samuel West, Oliver Teall, Martin Spencer, John Tyler, Thomas Palmer, Matthew Palmer, Major M. Bullock, Hiram S. Brown, Warren G. Wiley, Nathaniel House, Orville McAlpine. Major M. Bullock and Orville McAlpine are the present deacons.
  Rootsweb: Karen Abel
 Name: Mary Polly Mosher
 Given Name: Mary Polly
 Surname: Mosher
 Sex: F
 Birth: 19 MAR 1783 in NY
 Death: 6 JAN 1863 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY
 Burial: Methodist Episcopal Church Yard,North Hillsdale,Columbia,NY 1 2
 Change Date: 6 NOV 2005 at 10:02:18
  Marriage 1 John TYLER b: 22 APR 1781 in Amenia,Dutchess,NY
 Married: 17 JAN 1802 3
 Platt M. TYLER b: 9 AUG 1803 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Franklin J. TYLER b: 28 DEC 1805 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Nicholas C. TYLER b: 13 MAY 1808 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Ruth A. TYLER b: 27 NOV 1810 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Cordelia TYLER b: 8 JUL 1813 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Sarah E. TYLER b: 22 AUG 1817 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Harriet E. TYLER b: 11 OCT 1820 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY John J. TYLER b: 23 JUL 1823 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Maryette TYLER b: 20 SEP 1827 in Hillsdale,Columbia,NY Sources:
 Title: American Ancestry, volume 2, Columbia County, State of New York
 Author: Edited by Thomsa Patrick Hughes and Frank Munsell
 Publication: Albany, NY, 1887-1899
 Abbrev: American Ancestry, volume 2, Columbia County, State of New York
 Page: p. 129
 Title: Methodist Episcopal Church Yard, North Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York
 Author: compiled by Minnie Cohen, June 1938
 Abbrev: Methodist Episcopal Church Yard, North Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York
 Title: Betsy Robinson
 Abbrev: Betsy Robinson
 Personal communication.
  Email received Jan. 16, 2007--Hi Jeff,
 I realized that I have 2 sources listed in my database. I see that you also have the cemetery listing by June Minnie Cohen, which gives Mary/Polly�s date of death.
 I pulled out my American Ancestry notes. They are for Cyrenius Franklin Tyler of No. Hillsdale. They state that he was the son of Nicholas of No. Hillsdale, 1808-1880, married Delia Pierce; son of John of No. Hillsdale, 1781-1858, married Polly Mosher, served in War of 1812; son of Major of No. Hillsdale, 1754-1833.
 Then I figured out that the source for Mary/Polly�s date of birth was actually: The Tyler Genealogy: The Descendants of the Branford, Connecticut Line of Roger Tyler,� Volume III, by Willard I. Tyler Brigham and Calvin Cedric Tyler, 1976. Unfortunately, this book does not list sources. Most Tyler researchers seem to see it as the �bible� of Tyler genealogy, but I have found some errors in it. The book gives two wives of my Tyler ancestors, with very specific dates of birth and with a father for one of them�but we cannot locate either of these women anywhere. So where he got the Mosher data is a mystery. But since he also lists Polly�s father as Lemuel Mosher, perhaps it is accurate information. This book was also the source of the children that I have listed for John and Mary/Polly. Hope that helps! Karen is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.