- Birth Date
- 23 November 1816
- Death Date
- 7 November 1906
Daniel initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley with the Levi W. Hancock/Jefferson Hunt/James Pace/Andrew Lytle Company in 1847 after serving with the Mormon Battalion.
In 1848, Daniel and his family traveled with the Willard Richards Company. The Tyler family included Daniel and his wife Ruth Welton, and their children Parintha Olive, John, Howard, and Emily Perscinda.
On 27 April 1851, Daniel was re-baptized in Utah.
Daniel's birth date was listed as 23 November 1816 in "John Brown's company of 10, report, 1848 June" and in his re-baptism record.
At the end of a Swiss/Italian mission, Daniel returned to the United States on the ship Caravan in 1856 and re-crossed the plains acting as Assistant Captain in the Edward Martin Company.
- Age at Departure: 30
- Age at Departure: 31
- Head of Household
- Age at Departure: 39
- Returning Missionary
- 1850 Utah Census, Salt Lake County.
- Albert Jones, Autobiography, reel 5, box 6, fd. 5, item 1.
- Albert Jones notes, circa 1906.
- Benjamin Platt reminiscences, 1899-1905, 2-5.
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Nauvoo Temple, Sealings and Adoptions of the Living, 1846-1857.
- Daniel Tyler, A Concise History of the Mormon Battalion, 1845-1847 (1881).
- "Daniel Tyler Passes Away," Deseret News, 12 Nov. 1906, 3.
- Daniel Tyler autobiographical sketch in Autobiographical accounts by Beaver residents, circa 1879, 49-52.
- Edward Bunker autobiography, 1894, 13-14.
- Elizabeth H. Kingsford autobiographical sketch, undated.
- Elizabeth Horrocks Jackson Kingsford reminiscences in Utah Pioneer Biographies, 17:92-103.
- "Ephraim K. Hanks' Narrative," in Andrew Jenson, "Church Emigration," Contributor 14, 5 (March 1893): 202-205.
- Heber Robert McBride autobiography, circa 1868, 9-15.
- James G. Bleak journal, 1854 February-1860 February.
- Jesse Haven journals, 1852-1892, folders 4-5.
- John Brown's company of 10, report, 1848 June.
- John W. Southwell autobiographical sketch, 1912 September 28.
- John Watkins pioneer history, 1-5. Trail excerpt transcribed from "Pioneer History Collection" available at Pioneer Memorial Museum [Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum), Salt Lake City, Utah. Some restrictions apply]
- John Zimmerman Brown, comp., Autobiography of Pioneer John Brown, 1820-1896 (Salt Lake City, 1941), 100.
- Josiah Rogerson, "Martin's Handcart Company, 1856," Salt Lake Herald-Republican, 20 October 1907, 28.
- Josiah Rogerson, "Martin's Handcart Company, 1856," Salt Lake Herald-Republican, 27 October 1907, 21.
- Josiah Rogerson, "Martin's Handcart Company, 1856," Salt Lake Herald-Republican, 3 November 1907.
- Josiah Rogerson autobiographical sketch in Autobiographical accounts by Beaver residents, circa 1879, 22-28.
- Missionary Database
- Norma Baldwin Ricketts, The Mormon Battalion: U.S. Army of the West, 1846-1848 (Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1996), 180.
- Norma Baldwin Ricketts, The Mormon Battalion: U.S. Army of the West, 1846-1848 (Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1996), 23.
- Patience L. Archer reminiscences, undated, 57-92.
- Reddick N. Allred journal, 1854 August-1856 November.
- Saints By Sea: Latter-day Saint Immigration to America
- Salt Lake Stake, Record of members collection, 1836-1970.
- Samuel Openshaw diary, 1856 May-November, 3-10.
- Stella Jaques Bell, Life History and Writings of John Jaques: Including a Diary of the Martin Handcart Company (Rexburg, Idaho: Ricks College Press, 1978), 118-22, 129, 134-37, 140-41, 143-44, 150.
- Utah Death Certificate Index, 1905-1967.
- William L. Spicer Binder biography and journal, undated, 8-19.
- William Woodward journal in Historical resource materials for Cache Valley, Utah-Idaho, 1955-1956.
- William Woodward letter to Heber C. Kimball, 11 June 1856.