Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan903 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

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Kenneth Royce Singleton

Line in Record @[email protected] (RIN 983) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
IDNO 5004268


Sarah Etter Chandler

Buried at Mt. Union Methodist Church Cemetery
1880 Allen Co. Kentucky 16 June 1880 page 33 age 7
1900 Allen Co. Kentucky Vol l ED 2 Sheet 6 line 34 birth Mar 1872 age 28 with
husband Harvey C. Napier
1910 Allen Co. Census 002 0002 0l09 with husband H. C. Napier age 38
8 April 1915 William H. H. Chandler listed his children, year of birth and if
dead for the Department of Interior Bureau of Pensions Sarah Etta 1842


Henry David Chandler

Buried at Mt. Union Methodist Church Cemetery
1880 Census Allen Co. Kentucky 16 Jun 1880 page 33 age 1
1900 Census Allen Co. Kentucky Vol l ED 2 Sheet 4 line 47 Bith month and year
age 21
1910 Census Allen Co. Kentucky 001 0003 0206 as David and Jussie age 30
8 April 1915 William H. H. Chandler listed his children, year of birth and if
dead Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions listed Henry David 1880


Nettie Ethel Chandler

1900 census Allen Co. Kentucky Vol #D 2 Sheet 4 line 47 Birth Feb 1890 age 10
8 April 1915 William H. H. Chandler listed his children, year of birth and if
dead for the Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions. Said Nettie
Ethel 1890


John William Chandler

Buried at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Allen County, Kentucky.
1880 Census of Allen Co Kentucky 16 June 1880 page 33 age 3
8 April 19l5 William H. H. Chandler listed his children and year of birth and
if dead John William 1878 Dead


Amos Harrison Chandler

Buried at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.
1900 Census Allen Co. KentuckyVol 1 ED2 Sheet 4 line 47 Born Apr 1881 age 19
1910 Census 001 0003 0198 Allen Co. Kentucky as Harison Chandler age 28
8 April 1915 William H. H. Chandler listed Children, year of birth and if dead
Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions says Amis Harrson 1882


'little Brother' Chandler

Buried at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.
8 April 1915 William H. H. Harrison listed his children, year of birth and if
dead for the Department for the Interior Bureau of Pensions Said
Little Brother 1884 Dead


Harriet Florence Chandler

Buried at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.
8 April 1915 William H. H. Chandler listed his Children, year of birth and if
dead for the Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions. Said Harriet
Florence 1889 Dead


Mary Susan Ollie Chandler

Buried at the Dover Baptist Church Cemetery.
1880 Allen Co. Ky Census 16 June 1880 page 33 age 9
1900 Census Allen Co SD 3 ED2 Sheet 8 Lines 69-77 Wolf, Susan O. wife W F Aug
1870 age 29 Md. ll years 7 children 7 living Born Kentucky
1910 Census Allen Co Kentucky 002 0003 0127 With Husband George M. age 39
8 April 1915 William H. H. Chandler listed his Children, year of Birth and
if dead for the Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions. Mary Susan Olie 1870
1920 Census Scottsville Dist, Allen Co. Kentucky SD 3 ED 8 Sheet 4 B line 72
WolF, Ollie Female White 49 Married.


Critie Ellen Chandler

Buried at the Dover Baptist Church Cemetery.
1880 Allen Co. Ky Census 16 June 1880 page 33 age 5
8 April 1915 Willam H. H. Chandler listed children, year of birth and if dead.
Department of the Interior Bureau of Pennsions. Critie Ellen 1874 Dead


John (Piatt)

According to Clint Wagner, "the Pyott family of Chester Co., PA were of English descent, from Cheshire & Derbyshire. They are often confused with the family of Rene Piat (the Frenchman), but they are not of his family. They do not appear to be Quaker, but were certainly sympathetic to them. They later settled in Loudoun Co., VA." (Clint Wagner hasn't shared where he got this information from, but it sounds plausible. I don't know whether or not he has found John Pyott's name on a ship's passenger list proving that he came from England, but it's true that the other Quaker families who settled Upper Darby Township in Chester Co., PA did come from Cheshire and Derbyshire, England. The Pyotts in Upper Darby Township may indeed have been Quakers themselves, since John Pyott and several of his children married Quakers. Early Quaker records are by no means complete). One of the very earliest Quakers in England was an Edward Pyott (b. ca. 1620?) of Bristol, a personal friend of George Fox (1624-1691), the Quaker founder. Edward Pyott served as an officer during the English Revolution in the 1650's. Then, in the year 1694, an Alexander Pyott and others wrote and published in England "A Brief Apology in behalf of the people, in derision called Quakers." Could John Pyott of Chester Co., PA and Loudoun Co., have been a descendant of the early Quaker Pyotts in England? John Pyott was recorded on tax lists of Chester County, PA: 1735 in Lower Darby Township, 1739 in Haverford Township, and from 1740 to 1762 in Upper Darby Township (this was in the part of Chester County which was settled by the Quakers, and was split off into Delaware County in 1790). From 1753 to 1759 John's tax was shared with Elizabeth Rhodes (Rhoads), whose relationship to him is unknown. [note: this was probably Elizabeth Malin, b. 21 Dec 1709 to Elizabeth Jones and Isaac Malin (son of Randal Malin, a noted Quaker preacher who moved from Cheshire, Engl. to Chester Co., PA). Elizabeth Malin married John Rhoads, son of Joseph Rodes and Abigail Bonsall, on 15 Apr 1731 at Goshen Meeting (Quaker) House, Chester Co., PA. John Rhoads died in 1751. Widow Elizabeth Malin Rhoads died in 1789 in Chester Co., PA]. John Pyott moved to Loudoun County, Virginia before 1765, in which year he leased land and was granted a license to operate an ordinary (i.e., a tavern). When John and Deborah Pyott moved to Virginia with their younger children, their oldest son, James Pyott, took over their homestead in Upper Darby Township -- a transition that is evident in the Upper Darby tax lists. The last year that John "Piet" was listed in Upper Darby was 1762. The next year, 1763, James Pyett was listed instead. Elizabeth Rhoads shared the tax with him until 1789. John Pyott left a will in Loudoun County, Virginia, 1787 I do not yet have a copy of his will, but would like to get it, to see how many children are listed, and whether wife Deborah is mentioned. Marianne Cowan Pyeatt's excellent webpage at http://www.angelfire.com/ar/pyeatt/John1714.html shows two sons, James and Ebenezer, but there were several more. According to most researchers, John who married Mary Eblin in 1770 in Loudoun Co., VA, was also a son of John and Deborah Pyott, as well as an Amos Pyott. I'm not sure whether Abraham Pyott should be included in this family. There were also several daughters, including probably Hannah (who married James Kirk 10 Apr 1754 in Philadelphia, PA), Mary (who married Michael Hull 26 Mar 1757 in Philadelphia, PA), Jane (who married Thomas Roberts 27 Apr 1763 in Philadelphia, PA), Susannah (who married Richard Taverner abt. 1772 in Loudoun Co., VA), Sarah (who married William Vanderman 16 Feb 1774 in Philadelphia, PA), and Rebecca (who married Daniel McIlroy in 1775 in Loudoun Co., VA). However, Jane and especially Sarah are questionable, since their marriages took place in Philadelphia after John and Deborah Pyott and family had already moved to Loudoun Co., VA. According to another researcher, there was also a daughter "Hettie" (Hester), who was born about 1758 and married Nathan Dyke about 1778 in VA. She is apparently the Hester Dyke listed in the 1810 census, Culpeper Co., VA, female 45+, with 4 girls age 10-15, 1 girl and 2 boys 16-25, and one more married son living nearby. Not sure if she was really a daughter of John & Deborah or not. Some researchers also include a son Amos who was b. 15 Jan 1770 or 14 Aug 1771 in Loudoun Co., VA, md. Juliann Engle 3 July 1806, and d. 13 June 1848 in Dotysburg (now Morrisville), Greene Co., PA......but it seems to me that this Amos must have been of a later generation, because Deborah was probably too old to be having children in 1770. Since John Pyott and wife Deborah were married before 6 June 1746 (as shown by the will of Phebe Blunston of Darby, Chester Co., PA), Deborah was surely born before 1725, and probably before 1718 if she was the mother of Hannah Pyott who married James Kirk in Philadelphia 10 Apr 1754. Perhaps the Amos Pyott/Piatt who married Julianna Engles was the son of Amos Pyott (b. abt. 1747?, son of John and Deborah). An Amos Piatt b. 1775/1777 in VA who married Susannah "Susan" Hawkins and moved to Muskingum Co., OH before 1815 was probably son of John & Deborah Pyott's son John (Jr.), who married Mary Eblin in Loudoun Co., VA in Oct 1770. Some Piatt descendants in this line remained members of the Society of Friends for a time. Four of Amos Piatt's daughters in Muskingum Co., OH were disowned between 1819-1828 for marrying out of the faith (see the Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 4, Ohio).
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