Okay, I'd be glad to share my research with you... Here's what I have found:
Accroding to my Bible and another source, the Exodus from Egypt was 1514 or 1513 B.C.E., which would be correct, since counting backwards from 539 B.C.E., when Babylon was overthrown by Cyrus, king of Persia, seventy years, would take you to 607 B.C.E., when the Jews were taken captive to Babylon. Before that were 906 years of oversight by leaders, judges, and Israel's kings, which would bring you to 1513. So that would lead us to what king we would be looking for, remembering, of course, that there will always be a varying of dates by Bible historians, as well as Egyptologists. Therefore, I have chosen the closest Pharaohs to the early 1500's out of several different books:
"The complete Valley of the Kings" by Nicholas Reeves and Richard H. Wilkinson : "Amosis 1550-1525 Amenophis I 1525-1504." Now this one makes a lot of sense, the dates are really close, and I read that after Amosis (Also Ahmose) founded the 18th Dynasty, his son died and another person not related to the royal line had to rule (The only problem is that I don't remember if it was Amosis or Amenophis, but either one wold be close). So it would make sense because, since whichever of these Pharaoh's heirs could have been kiled by God in the 10th plague, anotehr person not in the family would have had to rule, instead. The mummy of Amenophis I's mummy was found but never unwrapped, so cause of death is unknown, and I don't think that the mummy of Amosis was ever discovered.
"Conversations with mummies" by Rosalie David and Rich Archbold says "1525-1512 Tuthmosis I." This is the closest date I found. it's only one or two years off from the other dates I have found (Dates as in being, the last year that the Pharaohs ruled, assuming that the Pharaoh died in the Red Sea, since that is what the Bible says, and that is what I believe).
Well, I need to look through my other books and find the timelines again, I'll let you know the next closest ones I find.