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268 Source: death record of child Ralph M. Hartman, Dec. 29, 1899. hartman, Joseph H. (I211)
269 Source: HISTORY OF DEKALB COUNTY, INDIANA. B.F. Bowen & Company, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana, 1914, pp. 110-111.
Richard Wyatt
The One Hundredth Indiana Volunteer Infantry was recruited from the eighth and tenth congressional districts, under Col. Sandford J. Stoughton, and mustered into the service on the 10th of September, I862, left for the front on the 11th of November and became attached to the Army of the Tennessee on the 26th. The regiment participated in as many as twenty-five battles, together with skirmishes during fully one-third of its term of service, and claimed a list of casualties mounting up to four hundred and sixty-four. It was mustered out of service at Washington on the 9th of June and reported at Indianapolis for discharge on the 14th of June, 1865. 
Wyatt, Richard (I45)
270 stepchild? Felch, John Jr. (I496)
271 Submitted by Arlene Goodwin to IndGenweb, "Inter-State Publ. Co, Chicago, 1885" Source (S14)
272 They were first cousins. Family F300
273 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S189)
274 This person is suspect. Husband is shown as Richard Martin same ashusband of Alice Master born 1473. Masters, Alice (I469)
275 Thomas Cannon, Justice of the Peace (d. bef 31 JUL 1871) married them according to the Declaration of a Widow for Pension (War of 1812). The document lists the place as " Mercer Co, Penn (then Queen Ann) " View image of this document attached to Mary Felton.

[Posted by: Lynne Nuibe (ID *****4858)
Date: December 21, 2005 at 20:35:28
In Reply to: Mary Felton - Mercer County by Jerry

In the Mercer Co. Archives Vol. I (Deed Book I) is the following entry:

A-1-186 Aug 10, 1804. Thomas Felton to Nathan Weyate, $110.00, a tract in Mercer County on Shenango creek inteh 4th districk of donation lands. 100 acres bounded east by "corner of my track, on which I now live", west by Thomas and John Cannon. Ack: Thomas Felton and wife Mary. Rec: Jan 5, 1805.

In the Mercer Co. History, 1888, I see Nathan Wyatt mentioned on page 592 as an early settler in Shenango Twp., and on page 632 as a Shenango Twp. official (an overseer) in 1813.

On page 148, Thomas Felton is in the list of taxables for 1800, and is a township official (an appraiser) for Shenango Twp. in 1806.]--Lynne Nuibe at 
Family F7
276 Worcester County, Massachusetts Memoirs, Volume I gives descendants of Rufus to 1880. Pellett, Rufus (I282)
277 Wyatt, Samual S., 1870 - 1960
Nevada, 1874 - 1961 
Wyatt, Samuel S. (I150)
278 Year: 1900; Census Place: Brooklyn Ward 6, Kings, New York; Roll: T623 1045; Page: 35A; Enumeration District: 67. Flynn, infant (I1134)
279 [
I found names of two members of the Pitcher family in the same plot.
One, a Mrs. Pitcher died (aged 25) in 1853.

I found the marriage of William Pitcher and Phoebe Smith in the J.P. records in 1855.
They moved to WI - mere miles from Hiram and Lydia and children - and then on to Iowa.
]--descendant Petey 
Smith, Faba (I1198)
280 [
"direct descendant of Elder William Bradford who came in the 'Mayflower' to Plymouth in 1620. The line is through Wm. Bradford ... . Her sister Mary married William Pellett. "
]--Worcester County, Massachusetts Memoirs, Volume I-II 
Bradford, Jerusha (I272)
281 [
156. Thomas Wise6 Rogers (Daniel5, Mary4 Marshall, Thomas3, Thomas2, John1) birth date unknown. Thomas died 1767 in Accomack Co., VA. Will dated February 16, 1767, probate April 28, 1767. Southy Simpson was appointed guardian to Hannah Scarburgh Rodgers and Polly Rodgers, heirs, at probate. (Stratton Nottingham, Wills & Admin.s of Accomack Co., VA, p. 236)

He married Anne Simpson. Anne was the daughter of John Simpson and Mary(wife of John Simpson). Anne died after 1796. She married 2nd Jonathan West. (Bill Wilkins)

Thomas Wise Rogers and Anne Simpson had the following children:

child 355 i. Hannah Scarburgh7 Rogers. Hannah died after 1792. She married Southy Simpson. Southy was the son of Southy Simpson(Sr.) and Comfort(wife of Southy Simpson). Southy died after 1794. She married her cousin, Southy Simpson, Jr. His father, Southy Sr. was appointed her guardian when her father died.

child 356 ii. Polly Rogers. Polly died after 1792.

Rodgers, Hannah Scarbugh (I696)
282 [
Elizabeth Drummond didn't married Southy Simpson,
she was married to Lt.Col Selby Simpson,
brother to Southy Simpson that married Hannah Scarbugh Rodger/Rogers.
(They had a daughter Elizabeh (Betsy) Simpson and her sister Polly who was unborn at the time of his death according to his will)
She [Hannah] was his cousin and his father Col Southy Simpson was her guardian
and she later married Garrett Topping when Southy Simpson(Abt 1740) died Bef 8 Nov 1794.

Hannah and Southy Simpson, had 3 children,
Nancy born 5 June 1787 Accomack Co,died 4 Aug 1792, Accomack Co.,
Southy Simpson, Jr. born 20 Nov 1790 Accomack Co., died 24 July 1792 Accomack Co.,
Elizabeth (Betsy) born 8 Nov 1788 Accomack Co., she was the only one who lived, she married John Watson, in 16 Dec 1809 in Frederick County, Maryland, they moved to Richland County, Ohio and later moved to DeKalb County, Indiana, where they lived and died. They are buried in the Watson Cemetery, Jackson County, Indiana, there is a plaque on her grave as she is the Granddaughter of Rev Col. Southy Simpson. I am Elizabeth (Betsy) Simpson's 3rd great granddaughter.
]--Darlene Greene in post-em at 
Simpson, Elizabeth (I695)
283 [
Noble County, Probate
Wyatt Nathan E, d. 5-1-1921. Fd: 5-5-1921. Sis: Fannie Berry, Nancy J Hardendorf. Bro: James L Wyatt.

Orange Cemetery, Noble County, Indiana
Wyatt Nathan E 1862-1921 ~Or 3-14 27
Wyatt Carrie R (w/o Nathan E) 1860-1921 ~Or 3-14

1910 Census South half of Orange Twp., Noble County, Indiana 17-22 of April 1910.
Indiana, NOBLE, Roll 372 Book 3, Page 108b
58 93 94 Wyatt, Nathan m, w, Head, age 48, first mar, age of marriage 23, b. Indiana, Father, Ohio, Mother, Pennsylvania, English, Farmer, general farming, yes, yes, O, M, F, 36,
Carrie, wife, f, w, age 48, first marriage, Children 0, died0, b. New York, Father, New York, Mother, New York, English, none, yes, yes 2003
Wyatt~, Carrie R (I1196)
284 [
Orange Cemetery, Noble County, Indiana
Wyatt Nathan E 1862-1921 ~Or 3-14 27
Wyatt Carrie R (w/o Nathan E) 1860-1921 ~Or 3-14

Noble County, Probate
Wyatt Nathan E, d. 5-1-1921. Fd: 5-5-1921.
Sis: Fannie Berry, Nancy J Hardendorf. Bro: James L Wyatt.
Wyatt, Nathan E. (I221)
285 [
Wyatt Cora E, 89, died at the Sacred Heart Home Saturday.
She was born Aug. 8, 1891 in Angola, the daughter of Cal and Catherine (Easterday) Lemaster.
On Jan. 6, 1912 she married Dale E. Wyatt, who died Feb. 15, 1967.
She was a member of Faith United Methodist Church, Eastern Star and White Shrine.
Her only survivors are nieces and nephews.
Services Tuesday in Berhalter-Hutchins Funeral Home.
Burial, Lake View Cemetery. + 12-?-1980

]--Noble County Library at Albion

(Dec. 6,13, 20, and 27 are the Saturdays in Dec. 1980.) 
Lemaster, Cora E (I1430)
286 [
Wyatt Pansy, infant daughter of J. L. and Anna Wyatt, died at LaOtto Aug. 2. ^ 8-17-1888
]--Noble County Library at Albion 
Wyatt, Pansy (I1431)
287 [
Wyatt Rosa (Thorp) was born in Kendallville
39 years ago, died in Huntertown March 28.
She married Miles Wyatt March 1, 1882.
She leaves a mother,
4 sisters,
Ida Kane, Ashley,
Hattie Shaffer, Corunna,
Ettie Laning, Millgrove, and
Charlotte Stanley of Hartford City;

and 4 children,
Bertha 16, Verne 13, Earle 9 and Grace 2.

Her early life was spent in Kendallville.
She was a member of the M. E. Church.
She was a niece of J. L. Knight of this city. ^ 4-7-1899
]--Noble County Library at Albion 
Thorp, Rosa (I1432)
288 [ " They moved from Richland Co, OH to DeKalb County, IN in 1836,
settled in Jackson Twp. " ---Indiana Biography of Nathan Wyatt vs. " Jun 1837 " -- seen in second bio.

" They were members of the Methodist Protestant Church. ... They had fifteen children.
He is veteran of the War of 1812. "
---Indiana Biography at Indiana Genweb

Descendants of Nathan Wyatt:

Male descendants of Nathan Wyatt:

BIRTH: Two dates appear, 1776 or May 1778. Two birth states appear, Md and Va.] -- SH

[Sec. 34, Jackson Twp, DeKalb Co, Indiana

Pension Petition - Capt Dawson's Company, General Mead's Division, PA Militia, Mercer Co.
Wife is Mary Felton.]--SH

See on Thomas Felton about residence in Mercer County. 
Wyatt, Nathan (I16)
289 [ " About two years later another daughter, Ann, came with her husband, James P. Plummer. After the death of Mr. Plummer she married Mr. Berry, and after his death became the fourth wife of Samuel Tarney, her sister, Elizabeth, Mr. Tarney's wife, having died in 1867. She is now the widow of Mr. Tarney. " -- Biography of Nathan Wyatt, pages 671 / 672. Inter-State Publ Co., Chicago, 1885. Submitted by: Arlene Goodwin, Auburn, Indiana to Indiana Genweb

1850: Cedar Creek, Allen, Indiana
William Berry 61, Anna Berry 41,
James Berry 20,
James Plummer 5, Mary J Plummer 8, Samuel Plummer 10 , Philemon Plummer 16,
George W Berry 1

1860: Florence, St Joseph, Michigan
William Berry 71, Ann Berry 50,
James Berry 30,
James Plummer 15, Mary J Berry[Plummer] 19,
Winfield Scott Berry 6, George Berry 10,

1870, Jun 20 : Cleveland, Whitley, Indiana
Ann Berry 60,
Winfield S Berry 16, George W Berry 20

1880: Jackson, De Kalb, Indiana
Ann Tarney 70 widowed,
James Berry 50 widowed son-in-law,
Alice Berry 18 granddaughter,
Edwin E. Berry 14 grandson,
Netta M. Berry 8 granddaughter.

Wyatt, Ann (I23)
290 [ " Mama [Fanny Wyatt] was the 7th of 13. Did 3 die in infancy? "
-- letter from Kate Berry to Georgia Berry.

Shadrach, Shedrick, Sedric, ...

] --SH 
Wyatt, Shadrach Bostwick (I20)
291 [ " Their only child, Rachel, was born sixteen months after they came to this county and died at the age of fourteen years. " Excerpt from Biography of Edmond J. Wyatt, pages 746-748. History of DeKalb County, Indiana; B. F. Bowen & Company, Inc., Indianapolis, 1914. Indianna Genweb]--SH Wyatt, Rachel (ii) (I54)
292 [ " To them were born fourteen children, eleven of whom are living---Nathan, Daniel, Lydia, Ephraim, William H., Isaac N., Marietta, George W., Israel, Laura J. and James A. "
-- Biography of William Wyatt, page 552. History of De Kalb County, Indiana. Inter-State Publishing Company, Chicago, 1885. Submitted by: Arlene Goodwin, Auburn, Indiana ]--SH 
Strong, Nancy (I111)
293 [ " This regiment saw much hard service in the war, and the ranks were thinned many times by Confederate bullets. The regiment campaigned mostly in the South. " ] -- from Indiana Genweb Wyatt, Nathan Jr (I39)
294 [ " I remember Ada George as " Grandma Kester, " living in Waterloo. I was just shy of four years old when she died, but I sort of understood that she was my dad'sgrandmother. I did not know that George was her birth name until I did this research. " ]-- Mike Walter at

[Additionsl note on Mike Walters gedcom says four children- Ray, Edith, Floyd, and Carl (Maurer) - DeKalb Co, Indiana.]-- SH 
George, Ada M. (I198)
295 [ " Jane McKinley, who was born in 1862 in Ashland county, Ohio, being brought the same year to DeKalb county, Indiana, by her parents, William and Sarah (Romine) McKinley, the former of whom was a second cousin to President McKinley. Her parents were residents of Jackson township, this county, for many years, but in later life removed to Butler township, where they spent their last days. Mr. McKinley was born in Mifflin county, Pennsylvania, on January 22, 1820, and his death occurred on February 6, 1896, at the age of seventy-six years. He was a good neighbor, kind and considerate to all and was generous in his aid to others. His first wife, Mary Shinnerman, became the mother of four children, and his second wife, to whom he was married on January 9, 1851, was born in Putnam county, Ohio, on September 11, 1830, and died on April 21, 1900. She became the mother of twelve children, of whom eight are living. -- Biography of Edmond J. Wyatt, pages 746-748. History of DeKalb County, Indiana; B. F. Bowen & Company, Inc., Indianapolis, 1914. Submitted by: Arlene Goodwin, Auburn, Indiana to Indiana Genweb]--SH McKinley, Jane (I157)
296 [ " John Wyatt was taken sick soon after reaching his new home,
and he hired his brother-in-law, A. Squiers, to cut logs to
make the house, built it with a puncheon floor and an
outside chimney of clay and straw. " --Bio of Edmund J. Wyatt, Indiana Genweb]--SH 
Squires, William A. (I108)
297 [ " She is the third of a family of
fourteen children. " --Bio of Samuel J. Tarney]--SH 
Walters, Nancy (I627)
298 [ He " was left an orphan
before his recollection. In his boyhood he went
to Ohio, where he was apprenticed to the miller’s
trade, and there grew to manhood. He married
Matsey Maloy Sept. 14, 1820. She died April 14,
1822. Aug. 21, 1823, he married Catharine Horn,
who died Oct. 1, 1826. Nov. 8 1827, he married
Elizabeth , daughter of Nathan Wyatt, and in 1837
came to De Kalb County, Ind., with the Wyatt
family and bought 160 acres of land on section
24, Jackson Township. He was also engaged in
milling in the pioneer days, and was the first
miller of Spencerville. To this last marriage
were born six children, all of whom are
living---Mrs. Magdalina Henderson, of Allen
County, Ind.; Mrs. Lydia Jane Steward, John W.,
Nathan, Simeon N., and Samuel J. A daughter by
the second marriage, Mrs. Mary Ann Galloway, is
living in Ashland County, Ohio. Mrs. Tarney died
June 20, 1867, and Aug. 7, 1870, Mr. Tarney
married Mrs. Ann Berry, also a daughter of Nathan
Wyatt. Mr. Tarney died Feb. 18, 1878. He was an
energetic, public-spirited man, and is remembered
by the pioneers for his many good qualities. He
helped organize the township and was for eighteen
years Town Clerk, in addition to holding other
positions of trust. " --Bio of son Samuel J. Tarney (see sources)]--SH 
Tarney, Samuel Sr (I107)
299 [ Nathaniel, Jr and " Marie " attended Wm Long's Wyatt Reunion of 1908 and possibly also Fanny Wyatt Berry's Wyatt Reunion of 1908.

Newspaper clipping of first Wyatt reunion of 1908, posted by Michelle Safirstein at rootsweb-wyatt message group:



On Sunday, September 13, occurred the first annual reunion of the Wyatt family, which was held at the large and beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. William Long, near Huntertown. The Wyatt family has the reputation of being one of the best known and highly respected families in northern Indiana and Ohio, and their hospitality is not of the kind easily surpassed.

Those present were:
Miles Wyatt,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Andrews,
Mr. and Mrs. William Long and son, Harry,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Myers,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Surfus,
Misses Edna, Alma and Mabel Andrews, Grace Wyatt,
Messrs. Lawrence Andrews and Verne Wyatt,
of Huntertown;
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Wyatt and son Harry,
of Auburn:
Clarence Wyatt and wife,
of Concord:
Norman Wyatt, wife and daughter Beulah,
of Hicksville, Ohio;
Earl Beber and wife, Mrs. Louise Wyatt,
of St. Joe:
Mr. and Mrs. James O. Wyatt, Marie and Nathaniel Wyatt, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ault,
Harry and Vera Ault,
Mr. and Mrs. William Gibbs, and daughter, Clara, and Earl Wyatt,
of Fort Wayne;
Miss Emily Wyatt,
of Decatur;
Mr.and Mrs. Joseph E. Wyatt of Ari.
During the afternoon the crowd was photographed by Burton Ault.
The next reunion will be held September 12, 1909, at the home of W.H. Wyatt of Auburn.

Source: Ft. Wayne Sentinel; Sept 15, 1908; Pg 8; Col 2

Second Wyatt reunion of 1908 from family files held at Fannny Wyatt Berry's house. See photo for names.]--SH 
Wyatt, Fanny (I10)
300 [ Rebecca H. died as an infant - see Bio of Joh W. Wyatt, Indianna Genweb]--SH Wyatt, Rebecca H. (I175)

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