Robert Tyler (Confederate Register of the Treasury)
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Robert Tyler (September 9, 1816 – December 3, 1877) was the eldest son of John Tyler, the tenth President of the United States, and Letitia Christian Tyler.[better source needed] He served as the Confederate Register of the Treasury during the American Civil War.[better source needed] Previously, Tyler served as private secretary for his father's presidential administration.[better source needed] In later life, he served as the editor of the Montgomery Advertiser.[better source needed] His wife Priscilla Cooper Tyler served in place of the First Lady of the United States from September 10, 1842, to June 26, 1844, between the death of her mother-in-law and President Tyler's remarriage.
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- "Letitia Tyler Biography :: National First Ladies' Library". Firstladies.org. December 28, 1907. Retrieved June 16, 2016.
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