Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan786 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

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Ina Elizabeth Crawford

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


John Francis McDonough

"The following is an excerpt from the Minutes of a Commissioner's Meetingon Aug. 31, 1943: It was brought out that Mr. Hunt and Mr. Clark hadentered into an argument on Center Street, in front of the Surfside,which culminated in the men threatening to use a gun on the other. Mr.Hunt, who was off duty at the time and not in uniform went home for agun, returning with the gun, came up Center Street as
far as the police and fire station, where he was surrounded by severalmen, and the gun taken from him by Lt. John McDonough. At this time, Mr.Clark was in the street by the pavilion, waiting for him. As both werepolicemen, they were asked to turn in whatever police equipment they hadto the township. County Police stepped in for a while. The cause of theargument is unknown, but Joy [McDonough] Stringer remembers watching the"High Noon" adventure from upstairs at McNally's as the two men pacedtoward each other with guns in their hands." from Time and Tide on FollyBeach, South Carolina by Gretchen Stringer-Robinson, 1998 edition, p. 45.


"John F. McDonough, former Township Commissioner, retired June 30, 1960.He had lived on Folly Beach since 1932 and was the first Commissioner onFolly Beach." from Time and Tide on Folly Beach, South Carolina byGretchen Stringer-Robinson, 1998 edition, p. 45.

He was a graduate of Dukaine Law School but instead of practicing law heworked as an insurance adjuster downtown on Broad Street in the People'sBuilding in Charleston, South Carolina. He did not practice law. E-mailfrom Liz Stringer on 3/17/2004: "Technically speaking he was not anattorney at law (he never practiced and I don't know if he even passedthe bar)…there is a story about how his sister's put out an advertisementupon him graduating which effectively "advertised" that he was a lawyer.Back then you were not allowed to advertise if you were a lawyer and sohe either was disbarred or in a whole lot of trouble. Ask Aunt Jackieabout this story as I believe it should be included." E-mail from JackieStringer on 3/18/2004: "I thought Grandpap had passed the Bar exam, andwhat happened is it hadn't been announced yet, and one of his Aunts (notsister I don't think) put in the newspaper congratulations on his havingpassed, and that was why he never got his Juris Doctor (or back then itwas called Bachelor of Law). He was asked by some lawyers here inCharleston if he would like to get his Bachelor of Law, that it would bearranged by a special Act by the SC Legislature (that's how popularGrandpap was in those days; he was a good friend to a lot of higher ups,like Mr. Maybank, etc.). But Grandpap refused. Plus I think he ratherliked being an Insurance Adjuster....."

Died of lung cancer.


Josephine Emma Parasky

Josephine Emma kept house and in later life enjoyed crossword puzzles andwatching bowling on television.

Died of diabetes, cancer of the small intestine and arteriosclerosis.


Paris Lusk

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Paris was listed in several census as either "dumb" or "idiot".

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Paris was listed in several census as either "dumb" or "idiot".


James Francis (Piatt)

BIRTH:Approximated from 1880 U.S. federal census;District #82;Johnson County,
Texas.


Lucinda Jane Alford

BIRTH:Approximated from census records;1900, 1910-- Pct# 2, Johnson Co., TX.


Dr William Allston

Married at Waccamaw, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Speirin, Doctor William Allston, of this town, to Miss Mary Pyatt, daughter of the late John Pyatt, Esq. (Georgetown letter of February 8th in paper of Monday, February 17, 1800.)


Mary (Piatt)

<https://sites.rootsweb.com/~sccyauha/land/gtowndeed.htm>
D-266 J. J. Hamlin to R. C. Grier (Topsaw) In consideration of $ 4,000....Georgetown District....All that tract of land on the west side of Pee Dee River containing 615 acres by a survey of John Hardwick dated 6 January 1798, known by the name Topsaw, bounded on the North by land formerly of Mr. Laird Swanston, East by Pee Dee River, South by land assigned at the same time to Benjamin Huger, Esq. Now or late belonging to James Elliot and West by land now or late of Mr. J. Saunders, being 1/2 of 3 tracts of land divided by writs of partition from the Court of Common Pleas for Georgetown District bearing date April 1798 and assigned to Miss Mary Pyatt and described in the marriage settlement between the late Dr. William Allston of the District above stated and his wife Mary Pyatt as a moiety or 1/2 part of 3 tracts of land on Pee Dee River which Labruce bought of James Coachman and which the said Thomas Labruce by his Last Will and Testament devised unto his daughter Elizabeth the mother of the said Mary Pyatt. Signed: J. J. Hamlin......Dated: 1863 (no day or month) Witness: Jas. C. McLeod, T. C. Capell


John Henry (Piatt)

He moved his family to Johnson County, TX between 1858 & 1861.

Census records show Just. Precinct #2, v. 19, Enum.Dist. 82, sheet 3, line 13
in 1880 census; he does not appear in the 1900 census.

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

MARRIAGE:Carter, Deane G.;Marriage records of Washington County, Arkansas;a
25-year record...;Fayetteville, Ark.;Washington Co. Hist. Soc.;1966.

He moved his family to Johnson County, TX between 1858 & 1861.
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Sarah Ann Maxwell

Census records show Johnson Co., TX;1880--Just. Precinct #2, v. 19, Enum.Dist.
82, sheet 3, line 13;1900-- Pct. 2, v. 65 Enum. D. 58, sheet 18 line 57.

MARRIAGE:Carter, Deane G.;Marriage records of Washington County, Arkansas;a
25-year record...;Fayetteville, Ark.;Washington Co. Hist. Soc.;1966.

The 1900 Johnson County, Texas, census shows that Sarah had eleven children, ten of which were still living at that time.


Elizabeth J (Piatt)

BIRTH:Approximated from 1880 U.S. federal census;District #82;Johnson County,
Texas.