Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan817 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

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Col. Azariah Dunham

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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."


Mary Ford

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." her tombstone reads "Sacred to the memory of Mary F. Ford, widow of Col. Azariah Dunham, who departed this life Mar 4th, 1802-- Aged 67 years. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."


Eleazar (Piatt) Dr

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Ann Eliza Mahaffey

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Infant (Piatt)


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Mary Grace (Piatt)


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Francis Hopton Kingston

He seems to have been named after his great uncle, husband of MareyKingston.
Occupation as listed on his daughter Mary Ann's christening record istwine spinner.


Elizabeth Beasley

From research of Christopher D. Ralph.


Sarah Kingston

In 1861 she was living at Wigginton Common.


William Kingston

In 1851 he had been an apprentice to Frederick Loader (or Leader,) aninnkeeper & tailor at Castle Street, Berkhamsted. In 1861 he was atailor, living at High St., Northchurch, with his ____ James Kingston.


Infant Kingston

Note by Christopher D. Ralph: "The only mention we have of this childis a rough note made on the bottom of the 1828 settlement examinationof Francis Kingston at St. Mary, Newington. This lists the ages ofthe five children, and mentions that his "wife died 20 Novr.," therebytying the date of the note firmly to late November or early December1834. The age of the infant is supplied as "12 ds," (12......"


John Frank Graves

1870 Census: Sumner Co. Tn. Age 2
1880 Census: Sumner Co. Tn. Age 11


Mary I Graves

1880 Census: Sumner Co. Tn. Age 8


Fannie Graves

Census said she was Hester.


Louticia Ella Graves

1880 Census: Sumner Co. Tn. Age 4
1910 Census age 34.
Death not shown in the Sumner County Cemetery book, just her birth.


Nathan Graves

Also shown as 1875-1936.
1880 Census: Sumner Co. Tn. Age 6
Death: Alexander Funeral Home Records Book 11 Pg. 62


Tommy Moye Graves

Also shown as Tommie instead of Tommy
Birth & Death: Alexander Funeral Home Records: Book 19 Pg. 31


Dora Idella Graves

Buried at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery.


Belle Graves

Buried at the Free Methodist Cemetery, Sumner County, Tennessee.
Cemetery shows birth as 10 sep 1868, 1900 Census shows Oct 1872.
Not on 1870 or 1880 Census with Green Graves Family.