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John Broderus Edinger Tybring, ship master and merchant and his wife Mary lived at the SE corner of Kent and Prince Streets in Charlottetown. John Tybring was probably a native of Norway. Their home and shop was probably in the building that still stands on that corner. John died January or February 1846 in New York City leaving a wife Mary and 4 young children: John, James, Mary and George T.E. While living in Charlottetown John and Mary had a child Hans Henry Emil died 4 June, 1841 aged 1 year who was buried in the Charlottetown Protestant Cemetery. Most of the other children likely were also born here...
In 1880 , Mrs. Mary Tybring, a native of USA, widow aged 75 appears to have been living at Brooklyn, New York as recorded in the 1880 USA Census. Several other Tybring families lived at Brooklyn in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Census: 1830 New York, Ward 7, New York, NY:
In John Tybring household: 2 person under age 5, 1 person 5-10 yrs old, 1 person age 30-40
1829-1830 Manhattan Directory:John Tybring, grocer, at 44 Duane c. Augustus page 567
1839-1840 Manhattan Directory: John Tybring at 226 Cherry page 660
Passenger Arrival Records:
Ship Captain John Tybring
arrival date: Mar 14, 1840
port of departure: St. Thomas
place of origin: New York
Ship John W. Cater