John Tyler was born on March 29, 1970. His beloved father, John Tyler, and his nice mother, Mary Marot Armistead Tyler, were proud parents. He was born on a plantation called Greenway. He had blue eyes and light brown hair. He was also tall and thin. As he was growing up, he went to local Virginia schools. His father made money by being a judge. Later, he went to the College of William and Mary. At the age of 17, he graduated college. Then he got married to Letita Christian. His religion was Episcopalian. Later on, the War of 1812 started. After that, in 1813, he became the captain of the Militia Charge of Charles City Rifles. Then everyone argued about having slavery and not having slavery. Tyler led a conference and tried very hard to make it succeed but it did not. Then something treacherous happened; the Civil War had begun. Next year, Tyler died from the illness due to bronchitis.

          Tyler was famous for some things. Something he was famous for was that he was raised believing that the constitution must be strictly construed. In 1811, he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. Then five years later, he was elected to the House of Representatives. After that, in 1840, John was vice president and William Henry Harrison was president. One month later, Mr. Harrison died and Tyler became president. Although he was president, he had trouble with congress and cabinet. While John was serving his four years as president, he got married. He was the first person to do that.

          John had some impacts on people. When the war of 1812 was going on, he helped support it. When the argument of slavery was going on, he led a conference. His life was also admirable. He was the first president to be born after the end of Revolutionary War. He was the first person to be elevated to be president. What a tremendous life!