Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan609 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

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William Bailey

[S.W.HamrickandMavisLopes022802.FTW]

Note: The WFT#7-#1070 lists her husband as William Lanham. Cannot locate either couple in the 1850 Putnam co. or Kanawha Co. censuses.

[S.W.HamrickandMavisLopes022802.FTW]

Note: The WFT#7-#1070 lists her husband as William Lanham. Cannot locate either couple in the 1850 Putnam co. or Kanawha Co. censuses.


Lucinda Bailey

[S.W.HamrickandMavisLopes022802.FTW]

Source: (Birth Field)
WFT#7-1070
Census: Date: 1830
Place: Kanawha Co,VA#183-06

[S.W.HamrickandMavisLopes022802.FTW]

Source: (Birth Field)
WFT#7-1070
Census: Date: 1830
Place: Kanawha Co,VA#183-06


Lucinda Bailey

[S.W.HamrickandMavisLopes022802.FTW]

Source: (Birth Field)
WFT#7-1070
Census: Date: 1830
Place: Kanawha Co,VA#183-06

[S.W.HamrickandMavisLopes022802.FTW]

Source: (Birth Field)
WFT#7-1070
Census: Date: 1830
Place: Kanawha Co,VA#183-06


Col. Azariah Dunham

[tilson-spooner.ged]

[tillson.FTW]

[main.FTW]

[tillotsn.FTW]

[]

He was a Lt.Col. in the second
Middlesex regiment 1775-1776.

He was a Lt.Col. in the second Middlesex regiment 1775-1776.

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.24.

DEATH: Monnette, Orra Eugene. First settlers of ye plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde East New Jersey 1664-1714 : a period of fifty years. Los Angeles, Calif. : Leroy Carman Press, 1930; pt. 2, p.178-179; "Inscriptions on tombstones, Dunham Burial Ground, Piscataway, N.J."; tombstone reads "Erected to the memory of Col. Azariah Dunham who died Jan. 11, 1790. Ages 71 years. He walked not in the course of the ungodly nor stood in the way of sinners, nor sat in the seat of the scornful."


Nathaniel Dickinson

Addie M. Dickinson, "Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", The Dickinson
Association, 1955; p 1.

BIRTH: Cambridge Co., England IGI.

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", 1978

Bordwell, "Ancestry of Lavern Bordwell", 1928, page 39, 41-42.

Wells & Wells, "Hatfield, Mass.", 1910, p 388-396.

de Forest, "Col. & Cont. Ancestors [Dommerich Family]", 1930 G-Dom, p 84-86.

Addie M. Dickinson, "Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", 1955: "Nathaniel
Dickinson was born in England about 1600. He died 16 Jun 1676, Hadley, MA.
The exact burial spot is not known but it is supposed to be in the old Hadley
Cemetery near that of his son Nehemiah. A fine boulder given Mrs. Nellie
Dickenson Hartnett has been ereected near the spot. He married about 1629/30
to Anna, widow of William Gull. She died before Nathaniel as she was not
mentioned in his will.
Nathaniel must have had an excellent education as shown by the
outstanding work which he did in Wethersfield, CT, and Hadley, MA. He may
have been trained
by private tutors as he did not graduate from either Cambridge or Oxford.
Just how and when he came to America is not known. It is quite probable
that he landed at Watertown, MA. He evidently did not remain there long as no
member of the Dickinson family is mentioned in Watertown history. Stiles
thought he came to Wethersfield in 1635-1636. He probably came overland from
Watertown and followed the same trail as the Thomas Hooker party which settled
Hartford, CT.
In 1637 he was chosen town clerk of Wethersfield and served for twenty
years. He helped survey Broad Street and lay out the home lots for some of
the early settlers. He served in the House of Magistrates at Hartford from
1646-1656.
In 1659 he joined the Russell Expedition ard removed to Hadley, MA. All
of his sons went with him but some of them returned to Connecticut at a later
date.
He took a very active part in the settlement of Hadley, MA. He was a
deacon in the first church and the first town clerk. He was one of the
founders and a trustee of Hopkins Academy, the first grammar school in the
country. He was a member of the train band and served in many other ways. He
lost three sons in the Indian Wars.

"List of Official 1636-1665". Nathaniel Dickinson (d. 1676) Deputy
(Wethersfield) to Conn. Leg., Apr 1646, Oct 1646, May 1647, Sept 1647, May
1648, Dec. 1648, May 1649, Sept 1649, May 1650, Sept 1650, May 1651, Sept 1651,
May 1652, Sept 1652, May 1653, Sept 1653, Sept 1654, May 1655, Oct 1655, May
1656, war committee for Wethersfield, May 1653, Oct 1654, (Removed to Hadley.)
Conn. Col. I, 138, 145, 149, 157, 163, 170, 185, 195, 207, 211, 218, 224, 231,
235, 240, 243, 246, 264, 274, 278, 281.


Anna

Addie M. Dickinson, "Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", The Dickinson
Association, 1955; p 1.
She was the widow of ( ) Gull when she married Nathaniel Dickinson.


John Dickinson

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", Addie M. Dickinson, 1955. Killed by the
Indians. Seargt., Wethersfield Train Band, May 1657. Removed to Hadley) Conn.
Col. I 299.


Thomas Dickinson

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", Addie M. Dickinson, 1955.


Anna Hannah Dickinson

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", Addie M. Dickinson, 1955.


Samuel Dickinson

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", Addie M. Dickinson, 1955.


Obadiah Dickinson

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", Addie M. Dickinson, 1955.


Nathaniel Dickinson

"Descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson", Addie M. Dickinson, 1955.