Audubon Park Historic District
AP
John James Audubon
(1785 - 1851)
John Woodhouse Audubon
(30 Nov 1812 - 21 Feb 1862)
Lucy Bakewell Audubon
(18 January 1787 - 1874)
Mary Eliza Audubon (25 October 1845 - 1917)
The Audubons of Minniesland
Lucy (Lulu) (30 June 1838 - Feb 21, 1909)
William Bakewell Audubon* (8 April 1847 - 1932)
Benjamin Philips Audubon (7 September 1855 - 15 March 1886)
Maria Rebecca Audubon (19 August 1843 - 1925)
Harriet Bachman Audubon (30 October 1839 - 1933)
Annie Gordon Audubon (29 March 1854 - 1907)
John James Audubon (18 August 1842, lived one day)
(1) Maria Rebecca Bachman (1817 - 1840)
Victor Gifford Audubon (12 June 1809 - 17 August 1860)
Delia Talman Audubon (25 June 1849 - ?)
(2) Caroline Hall (1811 - Feb 1, 1899)
(2) Georgianna Mallory (d. Oct. 13, 1882)
(1) Mary Eliza Bachman (1818 - 1841)
Florence Audubon (18 February 1853 - 12 Feb 1949)
Jane Audubon (18 February 1849 - 1853)
Rose Audubon (1846 - 1879)
Victor Gifford Audubon (22 August 1847 - 1915)
John James Audubon (18 July 1845 - 1893)
*According to Audubon's biographer, Francis Hobart Herrick, William Bakewell Audubon emigrated to Australia and had two children, one of whom, Leonard Benjamin Audubon, born in 1888, was the sole male representative of the American branch of the Audubon family.
Rosa Audubon (1819 - 1820)
Lucy Audubon (1815 - 1817)
Individuals in bold type lived in Minniesland / Audubon Park
Audubon called his Northern Manhattan home, Minniesland, in honor of his wife, Lucy, whom he and his sons called Minnie, a Scottish endearment for mother.
 
By 1854, only three years after Audubon's death, the name Audubon Park was already in use and remained its official name on maps, in city directories, in census records, and for the US postal system, for more than six decades.
Lucy Bakewell Audubon (14 July 1851 - 1898)
Victor Morris Tyler
Ernest Franklin Tyler
Leonard Sanford Tyler
Audubon Tyler
Mary Tyler d. Nov. 1902
Morris Franklin Tyler (b. 12 August 1848)  m. 5 Nov. 1873
Delancey Barclay Williams