Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan1259 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings


Franklin Ladd

BURIAL: Brashears Kreis Cemetery.

William Emil (Piatt)

BIRTH-DEATH:Christiansen, E. Joyce;Bates County, Missouri cemeteries
1980;Overland Park, KS;Joan Kusek;1990.

Estella H Rickert

BIRTH-DEATH: Christiansen, E. Joyce ;Bates County, Missouri cemeteries 1980; Overland Park, KS;Joan Kusek; 1990.

They were enumerated with her father, J. RICKERT (b. 23 Oct 1851, NC), in Wheel Twp., Washington Co., Arkansas, microfilm pg. 179A.

Abram Sanders (Piatt)

Living with spouse and parents 1910 census Conway, Orange Co, FL

Dan John (Piatt)

WW1 draft registration Lemhi Co, ID 1918

Jessie Benjamin Stringer

His autopsy report: "Missouri Baptist Hospital, 919 North Taylor Avenue,St. Louis 8, Missouri. Anatomical diagnosis, Dr. F. Schlunk, M.D., Dr.Wm. R. Platt, M.D., Autopsy NOA59-6, Service pathologist, Dr. J.Lawrence, Name Stringer, Jesse, died 1-14 59 5:45 P.M., Age 60, Sex M,Race W, Hosp. No 6277. Autopsy 1-14 59 7:45 PM, 1. Left temporoparietalsubecoritcal cerebral hemorrhage with extension to right subarachnoidregion 2. Left ventricular hypertrophy, brochopneumonia of right upperand right lower lobes marked 4. Congestion of left lung, kidneys, liver& spleen. 5. Prostatic hypertrophy. Resume. Death due to increasedintracranial pressure with involvement of vital centers."

His obituary: "STRINGER, JESSIE B. (JESS) Jan. 14, 1959, dear husband ofMildred Stringer (nee Spicer), dear father of Carson A. and Lester E.Stringer, brother of Mrs. Clara Talent, Sligo, Mo., Austin, Allen, Carl,Mack, Virgil and Eddie Stringer and the late Lisa Bryant, Ada Bryant,Maggie Gregory, Myrtle Pyatt and Lee Stringer, son-in-law of WilliamSpicer, father-in-law, grandfather, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeralfrom ALBERT H. HOPPE Funeral Home, 4911 Washington Bl., Sat., Jan. 17, 2p.m. Interment Valhalla Cemetery."

Karen Stringer: Dad, when he got out of the service, decided he wanted togo back to St. Louis, so Mom packed up Eddy and Ricky and they go to St.Louis and they are met at the train by Grandpap Stringer. Dad totallyignores Mom and goes to see Grandpap and Jessie. And he's all excitedabout seeing them. Jessie looks at him and says, "That's no way to treata lady. You need to introduce her." Dad introduces them. Jessie takesher arm, tucks it under his arm and walks her to the car. Mom says hewas the most wonderful gentleman. She just loved Jessie. She thought hewas great.

Dorothy Milburn

Dorothy "Dorothea" Milburn enjoyed quilting. Her obituary: Headline:Mrs. William Heidrick Dies On Way To Doctor Text: Mrs. Dorothy Heidrickof Route 3 passed away while enroute by car from her home to the officeof Dr. G.H. Bradley in Owensville last Saturday morning, March 7, 1959,at the age of 61 years, 10 months and 8 days. She had been in failinghealth for several weeks. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon atGottenstroeter Funeral Home with the Rev. Jackson officiating. Intermentwas made in the City Cemetery. Born at Cherryville, she was a daughter ofthe late John Milburn and his wife, nee Pyatt. She was twice married, herfirst marriage being to Jess Stringer in 1914. Five children were born ofthe union. The marriage ended in divorce. In September 1942 she wasunited in marriage in St. Louis to William Heidrick, who survives. Alsosurviving are two sons, Carson Stringer of St. Ann [Missouri] and EdwinStringer of Charleston, South Carolina; two step-children, Mrs. GoldieMcMinn of Owensville and Vernon Heidrick of St. Louis; one half-sister,Mrs. Opal Bridgeman, of Sullivan; two half-brothers, William Milburn, ofSullivan and Clarence Williams, of Waynesville; 11 grandchildren and twostep-grandchildren. Mrs. Heidrick attended the Nazarine Church inOwensville."

Note found in family records: "Dorothy Milburn was formed in the year1897 April 29."

Alfred Ewing P. (Piatt)

Ewing Pyeatt was mentioned in the September 1, 1924 issue of the Fayetteville Daily Democrat as a pall bearer in the funeral of Dr. J. H. Brewster.

This appeared in the January 2, 1925 issue of the Fayetteville Daily Democrat:
Special to the Democrat
Prairie Grove, Jan. 2--E. P. Pyeatt, formerly assistant cashier to the Farmers State bank, was elected yesterday to the position of cashier to succeed R. A. Barnes, resigned.
W. R. Pearson, of the First National bank has been selected to succeed Mr. Pyeatt as assistant cashier in the State bank. Essee Barber of the Citizen's bank of Pettigrew has been named assistant cashier of the First National.

Ewing Pyeatt was mentioned as a pall bearer on page one of the Ocotber 24, 1924 edition of the Fayetteville Daily Democrat for Mrs. Floyd T Shaffer.

Martha Ellen Greathouse

Marriage license says they both were widowed at the time of marriage.

James Herbert (Piatt)

BIRTH-DEATH:McConnell, Lloyd;Cemeteries of Washington County,
Arkansas;Owensboro, KY;Cook-McDowell Publications;1980;Call# US/CAN 976.714

WW1 draft registration Tulsa, OK 1918

Nora Margaret Neal

BIRTH-DEATH:McConnell, Lloyd;Cemeteries of Washington County,
Arkansas;Owensboro, KY;Cook-McDowell Publications;1980;Call# US/CAN 976.714