Elizabeth Garland Goodwin
Zij is getrouwd met Henry Tyler.in het jaar 1816, zij was toen 15 jaar oud.Bron 1
Henry and Lucinda lived at “Blenheim”, Caroline County, Virgnia which
they gave to their eldest son, George, before moving to
Missouri. From an article in the 16 Oct 1989 St. Louis Missouri
Dispatch: Henry Tyler, his wife Lucinda Coleman, along with
other Colemans moved to St Louis County, Missouri from
Spotsylvania County, Virginia in 1837. The Tylers established a
plantation that extended to the Missouri River and the Colemans
bought adjacent land. The plantations raised hemp, sheep,
swine, wheat, and corn. By 1850, the Tyler holdings had
dwindled to 853 acres and 42 slaves, but the property was still
worth $10,000, an astronomical amount for that period. The
plantation prospered until the War Between the States. The
Tylers never recovered financially from the war and most of the
family returned to Virginia. In 1879, a map shows the house as
L-shaped and was grand enough to have a ballroom. The house has
since burned down. The map also shows two cemeteries, one of
which was most likely for slaves.
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