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  1. Letitia "Letty" Christian Semple (née Tyler, May 11, 1821 – December 28, 1907) was an American society lady, educator, and briefly an unofficial First Lady during her father John Tyler's presidency.

  2. Letitia Tyler-Semple (1821–1907), una educadora casada con James Semple, a quien su padre nombró monedero en la EE. UU. Navy, en 1839. El matrimonio fue infeliz. Poco antes de la Guerra de Secesión , dejó a su marido para abrir una escuela, el Eclectic Institute, en Baltimore .

  3. Letitia “Letty” Tyler Semple was an American society lady, educator, and briefly unofficial First Lady during the presidency of her father, John Tyler. Letitia was born on May 11, 1821 in Charles City County, VA. In February 1839, Letitia married James A. Semple.

    • Female
    • May 11, 1821
    • James Allen Semple
    • December 28, 1907
  4. Semple. Daughter of President John Tyler and his first wife, Letitia; acted as White House hostess in 1844. Married James A. Semple in 1839; opened a school, the Eclectic Institute, in Baltimore, Maryland.

  5. Letitia "Letty" Christian Semple (de soltera Tyler, 11 de mayo de 1821 - 28 de diciembre de 1907) fue una dama de la sociedad estadounidense, educadora y brevemente una Primera Dama no oficial durante la presidencia de su padre John Tyler.

  6. Letitia Tyler. By 1841, Letitia Christian Tyler, victim of a paralytic stroke, was an invalid. Yet her poor physical health, which she had endured for two years, did not prevent her from overseeing the finances of her family's successful Virginia plantation.

  7. When Letitia Tyler was born in 1821, her father, President John Tyler IV, was 31 and her mother, Letitia Christian, was 31. She married James Allen Semple in February 1839. She died on 26 December 1907, at the age of 86, and was buried in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.