In the 1901 census at 51 Montague Road, Hackney, London: Frida (sic) Tyler, aged 32, married, born in Russia ,Russian Subject, and children: Max, aged 2, born at Bath, and Sarah, aged 4 months, born at Hackney.
In the 1911 census at 51 Tillotson Road, Lower Edmonton, London N: Simon Tyler, aged 45, saw mills (master) – employer, born in Russia, wife Frida, aged 43, married 16 years 5 children of which 2 then living, born in Russia, children: Max, aged 12, born at Bath, and Sarah, aged 10, born at Dalston, London, and a lodger.
Simon Taylor was naturalised as a British Citizen in June 1914. The file records that he was living at 26 Castlewood Raod, Stamford Hill, that he was born in Plosk, Vitesb, on 15th February 1867,and is the son of Barnett and Mary Tyler, both subjects of Russia - a saw mill and moulding cutter - is married and has two children under age - Marks, aged 15 years and Sarah aged 14 years.
Max Tyler marries Lilian Hoffman, 1926 West London Synagogue. He ran 3 saw mills in London with his father Simon.
The death of Simon Tyler, aged 66, was registered 1931/Q3 Orsett (Essex). From the National Probate Calendar 1931: TYLER Simon of 21 Mountfield-street Stamford Hill Middlesex died 23 July 1931 at Freda Vowler-road Laindon Essex Probate London 5 September to Max Tyler saw mill proprietor and Sarah Elsie Goldstein (wife of Isidore Goldstein). Effects £2676 16s. 3d. Resworn £2589 16s. 3d.
The death of Freda L Tyler, aged 69, was registered 1936/Q4 Hackney. From the National Probate Calendar 1936: TYLER Freda Lilian of Freda Volwer-road Laindon Essex widow died 15 October 1936 at 3 Queensdown-road Hackney Middlesex Administration London 7 December to Max Tyler saw mills proprietor. Effects £822