Robert Tyler

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For the Confederate general, see Robert C. Tyler. For the Union Army general, see Robert O. Tyler.

Robert Tyler (September 9, 1816 – December 3, 1877) was the eldest son of United States President John Tyler and Letitia Christian Tyler.[1] He served as the Confederate Register of the Treasury during the American Civil War[2] He also served as his father's private secretary during his administration.[3] Afterwards, he served as the editor of the Montgomery Advertiser.[4]