Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan970 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings


Ben Ford (Piatt)

WW1 Draft Registration Shelbyville, Indiana 1918

Lester Arl (Piatt)

His favorite hobby was a good game of Dominoes with friends and his special interests were his family. He felt best with the closeness of his family and enjoyed his many friends with whom he loved to visit.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Nora Lee, an infant son, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Pyeatt, two grandchildren and five brothers.
He is survived by four daughters, Virgie Cornett of Higgins, Texas, Leona Eaton of Stockton, California; Jean Touchstone of Leedey, and Hazel Lilies of Oklahoma City and by two sons, Johnny Lee Pyeatt of Lake Tahoe, California and Henry Pyeatt of Sweetwater, Oklahoma; fifteen grandchildren, twenty great grandchildren and one sister, Lola Fincher of Amarillo, Texas, other loved ones and many friends.
Casket Bearers were his grandsons and Flower Girls were his granddaughters.
Honorary Bearers were Ernest Currier, George Green, Si Lovett, Clyde McLean, LaFayette McClellan and Seba West.
Interment was in the Red Star Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.
Services for Arl Pyeatt were held September 15, 1986 in the Red Star Brethren In Christ Church at Leedey with Charley Denney, Past Missionary Baptist Church, and Clyde Denney, retired pastor of Roll, Oklahoma officiating.
Lester Arl Pyeatt was born May 1905 at Paden, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma to John Miller Pyeatt and Nannie Palmer Pyestt. He passed from this life September 13, 1986 at St. Anthon'y Hospital, Oklahoma City at the age of eighty-one years.
He grew to manhood in the Three Corner Community and attended the Three Corner School.
On January 24, 1935, Lester Pyeatt and Nora Lee Harris were united in marriage. Four daughters Virgie, Leona, Jean and Hazel and one son, Henry were born to this union. Also two other children, from previous marriage had been born to Arl, Johnny Lee Pyeatt and an infant son who preceded him in death.
Mr. Pyeatt was not a member of the Church but he frequently attended the Cheyenne Baptist Church.

Jacob (Piatt)

Served in the US Army

Elizabeth Woliver

Living in household of daughter Martha Puterpaugh in 1880

Henry (Piatt)

Settled in Preble Co, OH