TYLER, John Gripper

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TYLER, John Gripper (1883-1969) was born in Kansas. By 1900 he was living in Fresno, California, and by 1910 was married.


John Gripper Tyler = Hazel Hamilton (1886-1966)

  • 1. Edith Ardell Tyler (1912-1992)
  • 2. Hamilton Alden Tyler (1917-1983)


Tyler collected on:

  • Islas Coronados (1928)



Island Collections~
ISLAND COLLECTOR INSTITUTION DATE NUMBER SPECIMEN
Islas Coronados J. G. Tyler MVZ May 6, 1928 MVZ-5641 Larus occidentalis wymani Eggs
Islas Coronados J. G. Tyler WFVZ May 6, 1928 WFVZ-27312 Larus occidentalis Eggs
Islas Coronados J. G. Tyler WFVZ May 6, 1928 WFVZ-32122 Larus occidentalis Eggs
Islas Coronados J. G. Tyler WFVZ May 6, 1928 WFVZ-32123 Larus occidentalis Eggs
Islas Coronados J. G. Tyler WFVZ May 6, 1928 WFVZ-32124 Larus occidentalis Eggs
Islas Coronados J. G. Tyler WFVZ May 6, 1928 WFVZ-32223 Pelecanus occidentalis Eggs



In the News~

April 7, 1969 [Fresno Bee]: “John Tyler. Funeral services were held today for John Gripper Tyler, 85, of 1115 N. Thorne Ave., in the Chapel of Light. Tyler died Thursday in a local hospital. A native of Kansas, he had lived in Fresno 60 years. He was a retired field analyst for the State of California and the author of a book, Nesting Habits of Birds in Fresno County. Tyler was historian of the First Presbyterian Church, past president of Cooper Ornithological Society and a member of the Western Cover Society. His wife Hazel died in 1966. Surviving are a son, Hamilton of Healdsburg; a daughter, Mrs. Ardell Arnold of Santa Rosa; a sister, Nellie C. Tyler of Clovis; a brother, Charles of San Francisco, and two grand children. The Lisle Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.”