Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan542 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

Notes


John (Piatt)

BIRTH: Microfilm # 16,576. Drake, Lewis Lincoln. Piscataway, NJ Town Register from 1668 to 1805. Made from a copy in the library of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; presented to the New Jersey Historical Society. 1906. p.44.


James H Slaughter

He may have been an Indian; they had no children.

MARRIAGE:Bell County, TX marriage records;Book G, p. 393;Call# US/CAN
microfilm # 0981035.


Nancy Ellen (Piatt)

MARRIAGE:History of Washington County, Arkansas;Springdale, Ark.;Shiloh
Museum;1989;Call# US/CAN 976.714 D3n.

MARRIAGE:Bell County, TX marriage records;Book G, p. 393;Call# US/CAN
microfilm # 0981035.

BIRTH-DEATH:David Marrs family Bible (Nancy's brother-in-law).

She was living with her sister Martha & Philip Gregory in the 1880 census.


Rains Heath

Batch #: M519063, Source Call #: 847608
1826 Tax records of Jefferson Co. Tennessee
1830 Census J 335 111101-010101 Jefferson, Tennessee
1840 Census Jefferson, Tennessee 526 #93 1201001-0001001
(Story is that Rains auctioned off his land to pay off some debts and moved to Grainger Co. Tennessee)
1846 7 November Md. Katherine Piott in Grainger co. Tennessee
1850 Census of Grainger Co. Tennessee page 25 family 336 age 52
1860 Grainger Co. Tennessee Census 54-430 age 62 Name in Index was Reaus
Farm Laborer
1870 Grainger Co. Tennessee Census age 72 Cooper
Died by 1880Born in Tennessee or VirginiaBorn in Virginia or Tennessee


Mary Catherine (Piatt)

Marriage found in Grainger Co. M. Bonds and Licenses 1838-1866 Book 2 Gen 976.8K36 Clayton Lib. Houston Texas Tenn Section Bondman John Piott
1860 Census age 42 with Husband Grainger co. Tennessee page 430
1870 Census age 50 with Husband Grainger co. Tennessee 3rd District page 2
1880 Census age 53 with daughter and Son in Law widowed.


Daniel P Heath

1860 Census Grainger co. Tennessee 54-430 age 11


James H Heath

1860 Census Grainger co. Tennessee 54-430 age 7


Herbert L Mandrell

Was a hobo, killed by a train in New York