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Daniel Putnam Tyler

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Superior and County Courts of Windham


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Affiliations

Connecticut

Secretary of State


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www.livingplaces.com

Another important Brooklyn resident was Daniel Tyler Jr. (1699 or 1700-1800).
A man of considerable talents, Tyler was, like his friend and associate Israel Putnam, a first-generation leader of his community. A carpenter and a farmer Tyler was the builder of the meeting house constructed in 1771. Nine years later, at the age of eighty, he is said to have walked the ridge pole to inspect his handiwork. By the time of his death, he had amassed a considerable fortune, including over 1,000 acres of land, which he left to his numerous children. His house still stands on Wauregan Road.[7] Several later Tylers were men of prominence. One grandson, Daniel Tyler (1799-1882), was born in Brooklyn and attended West Point. He served as a Brigadier General in the Civil War. Afterwards, he established large cotton factories and iron works in Alabama, promoted railroads, and founded the town of Anniston.[8] Daniel Putnam Tyler (1798-1875) was a great grandson of Daniel Tyler Jr. He became a prominent lawyer in Brooklyn and built the small law office now preserved by the Brooklyn Historical Society. Reportedly a brilliant orator, he was well known throughout the state as a stump speaker. Tyler served as clerk of the Superior and County Courts of Windham for fifteen years. Later, he was appointed judge of the County Court; and, finally, was named Secretary of State of Connecticut.


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Storekeeper Arthur Davies tries to persuade the men to wait for Sheriff Risley and Judge Daniel Tyler, but when they persist in forming a posse, Davies sends Gil and townsman Joyce to get Tyler.
Storekeeper Arthur Davies tries to persuade the men to wait for Sheriff Risley and Judge Daniel Tyler, but when they persist in forming a posse, Davies sends Gil and townsman Joyce to get Tyler. Tyler and Davies have almost persuaded the crowd to desist, however, when Major Tetley, a former Confederate soldier who now fancies himself a town leader, arrives and announces that three men were seen on Bridger's Pass, and that they had forty head of cattle bearing Kincaid's brand.


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Cast : (Credited cast) , Wendell Corey as Chet Chester, aka Randy Williams , Evelyn Keyes as Donna Williams , Elsa Lanchester as Lida OReilly , Marie Windsor as Rose , Nancy Gates as Sally Lee , Leonard Strong as Ippy , Jesse White as Tubby Otis , Keye Luke as Police Chief Dan , Philip Ahn as Roger Kong , Clair Widenaar as Jamison , Robert Costa as Slim Novak
Cast : : , Henry Fonda as Gil Carter , Dana Andrews as Donald Martin , Mary Beth Hughes as Rose Mapen / Rose Swanson , Anthony Quinn as Juan Martnez / Francisco Morez , William Eythe as Gerald Tetley , Harry Morgan as Art Croft (as Henry Morgan) , Jane Darwell as Jenny Grier , Matt Briggs as Judge Daniel Tyler , Harry Davenport as Arthur Davies , Frank Conroy as Maj.


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Carter visits the home of indecisive Judge Daniel Tyler (Matt Briggs) to summon him for Mr. Davies and ask him to bestow his "blessing" on the mob.


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