Mary Phillips

F, #4009
Father*Thomas Phillips d. 9 Feb 1702
 Mary Phillips was the daughter of Thomas Phillips
MARRIAGE* She married Edward Goodson
Married Name Her married name was Goodson. 

Family

Edward Goodson d. 3 December 1722
Child
Last Edited1 Aug 2008

Thomas Phillips

M, #4010, d. 9 February 1702
Death*9 February 1702  On 9 February 1702 He left a will naming sons William and John and daughter Mary Goodson , wife of Edward Goodson.1 
Note*  Thomas Phillips who could be father or grandfather of this Thomas was one of the original settlers along with Nathaniel Basse. Thomas is said to have come in 1618 at the age of 26 in the ship William and Thomas. 

Family

Children
Last Edited1 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds, Don cites this in his book.

Tynie Phillips1

F, #4760, b. 28 October 1906, d. 15 April 1988
Birth*28 October 1906 Tynie Phillips was born on 28 October 1906.1 
MARRIAGE*8 July 1923 She married Herman Graham, son of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs, on 8 July 1923.1 
Death*15 April 1988 She died on 15 April 1988 at age 81.1 
Married Name8 July 1923  As of 8 July 1923,her married name was Graham.1 

Family

Herman Graham b. 16 February 1904, d. 8 October 1969
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

William Phillips

M, #4011
Father*Thomas Phillips d. 9 Feb 1702
 William Phillips was the son of Thomas Phillips
Last Edited1 Jun 2004

Francis Piat1

M, #2838, b. 1685, d. after 1701
Father*Reynier Piat1 b. 1650, d. 1705
Mother*Elizabeth Sheffield1 d. 1705
Birth*1685 Francis Piat was born in 1685 at Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ, Possibly born in Flushing, NY.1 
 He was the son of Reynier Piat and Elizabeth Sheffield.1 
Death*after 1701 He died after 1701.1 
Last Edited24 Jun 1999

Citations

  1. [S453] Angelfire, online www.angelfire.com/ar/pyeatt/rene.html.

Rene Piat

M, #2840, b. 1679
Father*Reynier Piat b. 1650, d. 1705
Mother*Elizabeth Sheffield d. 1705
Birth*1679 Rene Piat was born in 1679 at Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ, Possibly born in Woodbridge. 
 He was the son of Reynier Piat and Elizabeth Sheffield
Last Edited24 Jun 1999

Reynier Piat

M, #365, b. 1650, d. 1705
Reference2000
Birth*1650 Reynier Piat was born in 1650. 
MARRIAGE*1677 He married Elizabeth Sheffield in 1677 Rene and Elizabeth Sheffield are believed to have had two other children, names unknown, between Samuel and the last child, Jane (Joan). (Monnette) From FIRST SETTLERS OF PISCATAWAY AND WOODBRIDGE; (p.225) by Monnette; the following paragraph is copied: "The PYATTS or PIATTS or PIATS (the name is variously spelled) are probably of French origin. In "A Catalogue of ye names of ye Inhabitants of ye Towne of Piscataway," in the old 'Town Book', entered there about 1690, is found that of 'La Fflower, alias Reni Piat'. And in a list of the Freeholders, of about the same date, 'Laflore alias renipate'; and in another list, of a little later date, 'La Flower alias Rene Piat'. It would seem that he first resided in Woodbridge, where in 1677 he was granted a license to marry Elizabeth Sheffield of Flushing, Long Island, NY. Immediately after their marriage, they moved to nearby Piscataway; joined the Baptist Church; and there their children, Jacob Thomas James and Joan, were born (Piscataway Town Records).
The children of Thomas usually used the spelling "Pyatt". Those of Jacob used both "Pyatt" and "Piatt". The last known child, Jane/Joan may have been born on the property purchased from Miles Forster.1 
Death*1705 He died in 1705. 
Biographycirca 1670  Circa 1670 Rene Piatt aka Reni, Regnier, Reyneer, aka Thomas Fleurison, aka Renatus Fleurisson aka Renipiat aka Thomas La Fleur born c1652 in France (probably near Dauphine in the Rhone Region). The Piatts were Huguenots and with their friends, the Pauls, engaged in the making of silk and the operation of vineyards. Certain it is that they were people of substance, members of the nobility who prospered under the beneficial rule of Henri IV, King of France and Navarre. It was this monarch who issued the famous Edict of Nantes in 1598, giving to the French Protestants equal political rights with the Catholic majority as well as freedom of worship. Also, theY were people of principle. For when Louis XIV, who regretably shared neither the wisdom not the tolerance of the last Henry, revoked the Edict in 1685, with the swiftness and cruelty of a whip's lash, the Piatts did not hesitate. The revocation came at the time of great financial stress, the inevitable result of the extravagant and selfish policies of a monarch who ruled solely to gratify his own luxurious tastes. The common people and the lesser nobles were reduced to a condition of want unknown before even to the Europe of that day. At such times, a wealthy minority can expect little generosity from a hard-pressed majority from whom all restraint of law and decency has been removed.

The Huguenot Piatts were forced to choose one of three courses of action: They could renounce their faith and by becoming Catholics, retain their wealth and position; they could submit to intolerable persecution and pillage; they could flee to a more tolerant land. To a people of principal and spirit, only the third course was possible. We know that the party of fleeing Huguenots included one or more members of the Paul family. The fugitive went first to Holland, and from the Netherlands to America by way of England. Rene married December 13, 1677 in Woodbridge, New Jersey, Elizabeth Sheffield born c1654 of Flushing, New York, on December 13, 1677 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. In 1680, Rene bought 55 acres from Jabez Hendricks at Piscataway, New Jersey. In 1688 Rene was granted a Letter Patent of Denization (naturalization) issued from England. In 1694, he purchased 250 acres along Cheesequake Creek from Miles Forster. Rene' died Oct 1705 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, at which time Elizabeth was still living. After Rene's death in 1705, Elizabeth was granted administation of his estate by Lord Cornbury at Perth Amboy: "Perth Amboy October ye 16th 1705 - There appeared before me Edward Viscount Cornbury Captaine Generall & Governor in Chief in and over her majestys provinces of New Jersey New Yorke etc Elizabeth Peatt widdow of Reyneer Peatt commonly known by the name of LeFlure late of the Towne of Piscattaway Deceased and praying for administration of the Goods Chattles and Creditts of the Said Deceased itt was Granted Accordingly She being duly Sworne upon the holy Evangelists of Almighty God faithfully to administer the Said estate and to returne an inventory thereof Accordingly." This document was signed "Cornbury".1 
Anecdote*circa 1672  Circa 1672 Rene Piatt aka Reni, Regnier, Reyneer, aka Thomas Fleurison, aka Renatus Fleurisson aka Renipiat aka Thomas La Fleur born c1652 in France (probably near Dauphine in the Rhone Region). The Piatts were Huguenots and with their friends, the Pauls, engaged in the making of silk and the operation of vineyards. Certain it is that they were people of substance, members of the nobility who prospered under the beneficial rule of Henri IV, King of France and Navarre.( Note from MVW - for graphic story of this struggle see the movie "Queen Margot" made in 1994) It was this monarch who issued the famous Edict of Nantes in 1598, giving to the French Protestants equal political rights with the Catholic majority as well as freedom of worship. Also, the were people of principle. For when Louis XIV, who regretably shared neither the wisdom not the tolerance of the last Henry, revoked the Edict in 1685, with the swiftness and cruelty of a whip's lash, the Piatts did not hesitate. The revocation came at the time of great financial stress, the inevitable result of the extravagant and selfish policies of a monarch who ruled solely to gratify his own luxurious tastes. The common people and the lesser nobles were reduced to a condition of want unknown before even to the Europe of that day. At such times, a wealthy minority can expect little generosity from a hard-pressed majority from whom all restraint of law and decency has been removed. The Huguenot Piatts were forced to choose one of three courses of action: They could renounce their faith and by becoming Catholics, retain their wealth and position; they could submit to intolerable persecution and pillage; they could flee to a more tolerant land. To a people of principal and spirit, only the third course was possible. We know that the party of fleeing Huguenots included one or more members of the Paul family. The fugitive went first to Holland, and from the Netherlands to America by way of England. Rene married December 13, 1677 in Woodbridge, New Jersey, Elizabeth Sheffield born c1654 of Flushing, New York, on December 13, 1677 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. In 1680, Rene bought 55 acres from Jabez Hendricks at Piscataway, New Jersey. In 1688 Rene was granted a Letter Patent of Denization (naturalization) issued from England. In 1694, he purchased 250 acres along Cheesequake Creek from Miles Forster. Rene' died Oct 1705 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, at which time Elizabeth was still living. After Rene's death in 1705, Elizabeth was granted administation of his estate by Lord Cornbury at Perth Amboy: "Perth Amboy October ye 16th 1705 - There appeared before me Edward Viscount Cornbury Captaine Generall & Governor in Chief in and over her majestys provinces of New Jersey New Yorke etc Elizabeth Peatt widdow of Reyneer Peatt commonly known by the name of LeFlure late of the Towne of Piscattaway Deceased and praying for administration of the Goods Chattles and Creditts of the Said Deceased itt was Granted Accordingly She being duly Sworne upon the holy Evangelists of Almighty God faithfully to administer the Said estate and to returne an inventory thereof Accordingly." This document was signed "Cornbury".1 
LANDCONTRA*1680 He purchased land in 1680 Reynier bought 55 acres from Jabez Hendricks at Piscataway in 1680, and 250 acres from Miles Forster along Cheesequake Creek in 1694. Reynier or Reni probably came from France via Holland or England. In 1688 he was granted a Letter patent of Denization (naturalization) issued from England. 

Family

Elizabeth Sheffield d. 1705
Children
Last Edited19 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S453] Angelfire, online www.angelfire.com/ar/pyeatt/rene.html.

Samuel Piat1

M, #2839, b. 1687
Father*Reynier Piat1 b. 1650, d. 1705
Mother*Elizabeth Sheffield1 d. 1705
Birth*1687 Samuel Piat was born in 1687 at Piscataway.1 
 He was the son of Reynier Piat and Elizabeth Sheffield.1 
Last Edited24 Jun 1999

Citations

  1. [S453] Angelfire, online www.angelfire.com/ar/pyeatt/rene.html.

Abraham Piatt

M, #340, b. 1741, d. 13 November 1791
Father*John Piatt b. 1710, d. 1760
Mother*Frances Van Vliet Wycoff b. 26 Dec 1713, d. Dec 1776
Birth*1741 Abraham Piatt was born in 1741 at Six Mile Run, NJ. 
 He was the son of John Piatt and Frances Van Vliet Wycoff
MARRIAGE*circa 1769 He married Annabelle Andrew circa 1769.1 
Death*13 November 1791 He died on 13 November 1791 at Northumberland Co., PA.1 
MILITARY*1777 He served in the military in 1777 at Middlesex, NJ, He served as Captain in Colonel John Neilson's second Regiment of Middlesex County militia.2 
CENSUS1790*1790 He appeared on the census in 1790 at PA; An Abraham Piatt, Esq is shown on the census. 

Family

Annabelle Andrew d. 16 April 1822
Last Edited16 Jun 2007

Citations

  1. [S595] Piatt data, Newsletter, 1980's unknown repository.
  2. [S583] Letter, Martha Eugenia DeValcourt Piatt Lockwood to Margaret James Blakely, July 15 1951.

Abraham Saunders Piatt

M, #318, b. 21 May 1821
Father*Benjamin McCullough Piatt b. 26 Dec 1779, d. 28 Apr 1863
Mother*Elizabeth Barnett b. 2 Oct 1780, d. 28 Apr 1866
Birth*21 May 1821 Abraham Saunders Piatt was born on 21 May 1821 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. 
 He was the son of Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Elizabeth Barnett
MARRIAGE*10 November 1845 He married Hannah Ann Piatt on 10 November 1845 at Federal Hall, Boone, KY. 
MARRIAGE*1863 He married Eleanor Watts in 1863. 

Family 1

Hannah Ann Piatt

Family 2

Eleanor Watts
Last Edited14 Jan 2006

Abram Sedam Piatt

M, #328, b. 2 May 1800, d. 29 December 1876
Father*Jacob Piatt b. 16 May 1747, d. 14 Aug 1834
Mother*Hannah Cook McCullough b. 6 Nov 1760, d. 1818
Birth*2 May 1800 Abram Sedam Piatt was born on 2 May 1800. 
 He was the son of Jacob Piatt and Hannah Cook McCullough
MARRIAGE*1822 He married Mary Pope McCoy in 1822.1 
Death*29 December 1876 He died on 29 December 1876 at age 76. 
Note*  Family of Abram Sedam Piatt
12. ABRAM SEDAM5 PIATT (JACOB4, JOHN3, JACOB2, RENE1) was born November 30, 1800 in Cincinnati, Oh Hamilton Co., and died December 29, 1876 in "Mountain Home", Boone Co. Ky.. He married MARY POPE MCCOY June 06, 1822.
     Children of ABRAM PIATT and MARY MCCOY are:
     i.     MARY FRANCES6 PIATT, b. Lawrenceburg, In; m. REESE H. PARRY, SR., August 30, 1858, Boone Co., Ky..
     ii.     HANNAH ANN PIATT, b. August 05, 1823, Cincinnati, Oh; d. April 10, 1861, at "Mac-O-Cheek", Logan Co.,West Liberty, Oh; m. ABRAM SAUNDERS PIATT, November 10, 1845, at "Federal Hall", Boone Co., Ky..
Notes for HANNAH ANN PIATT:
This couple, Hannah Ann Piatt and Abraham Saunders Piatt were 1st cousins.
     iii.     LUCETTA M. PIATT, b. Abt. 1828.
     iv.     JACOB PIATT, b. Abt. 1830; d. 1913, at "Federal Hall"; m. INEZ ABBOTT.
     v.     BENJAMIN M. PIATT, b. April 22, 1833; m. THEODORA MARIE MUDD, May 07, 1864.
Notes for BENJAMIN M. PIATT:
The following is a partial military record of Capt. Ben. M. Piatt published by the War Dept. during the Civil War:
1.     Report of Col. Regis deTrobiano, relating to the Battle of Gettysburg:
     "......The officers of my staff I must mention as brave and efficient in action, Captain Ben M. Piatt, assistant Adjutant General, had his horse shot from under him, while he was himself slightly hit....."
               (signed) Col. Regis de Trobiano
2.     Report of Major General Grenville M Dodge, Commander of Dept. of Missouri, July 18, 1865. Cited for outstanding service during previous year.
3.     On May 1, 1863, Captain Piatt crossed the Rappahannock River near Chancelorsville, and continued action throughout battle there as staff officer of Col. Emlen Franklin.
4.     Report of Colonel Thomas Egan, Sulpher Springs, Virginia, August 1,      1863: "...............It becomes my duty, as well as pleasure, to make the      highest mention of Captain Ben M. Piatt, Asst. Adjutant General, Third      Brigade. Too much cannot be said of this brave and gallant officer. Always cool under the most truing circumstances, by his courage and example he afforded services of infinite value in restoring order to my      command. When his horse was shot under him, he still remained in the van always by my side, greatly distinguishing himself by noble conduct......" (signed) Col. Thomas Egan
Citations on the commissions follow:
1.     ".........I have nominated and by and with the advice and consent of the      senate, do appoint him Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers, WITH THE RANK OF MAJOR in the service of the Untied States.........."
     (March 10, 1866)     (Signed) Andrew Johnson, President
2.     ".........Know ye, that I do hereby confer on Benjamin M. Piatt, of the Army of the United States......the rank of First Lieutenant by brevet in said army, to rank as such from the second day of July in the year of      our Lord, 1867, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of Chancelorsville, Virginia." (June 12, 1868)
                    Andrew Johnson
3.     "..........Know ye......etc........confer on Ben. M. Piatt, of the Army of the      United States........the rank of Captain by brevet in said army, to rank as such from the second day of July, 1867, for gallant and meritorious services in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania."(June 2, 1868)
                    Andrew Johnson
Another item not generally known:
"Due to the wound in the head or face, received at Gettysburg, Major Piatt's face shriveled up after the war and finally affected his mind to such an extent that he shot himself to death in Cincinnati, Oh."
All of the above information is taken from the book "The Tribe of Jacob (Piatt)" by Louise Lodge, 1939, pp. 165-166.
     vi.     VIRGINIA M. PIATT, b. Abt. 1835; m. ISAAC M. MCKENZIE.
     vii.     ABRAM S. PIATT, b. Abt. 1836.
     viii.     WILLIAM M. PIATT, b. Abt. 1836; d. March 01, 1917.
     ix.     JOHN H. PIATT, b. Abt. 1838. 

Family

Mary Pope McCoy
Child
Last Edited28 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S565] M.D Richard D. Mudd, Mudd Family.

Adele Louise Piatt

F, #296, b. 2 June 1852, d. 16 February 1902
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt b. 29 Mar 1801, d. 29 May 1857
Mother*Martha Eugenia De Valcourt b. 1813, d. 5 Dec 1903
Birth*2 June 1852 Adele Louise Piatt was born on 2 June 1852 at Cincinati, Hamilton Co., OH.1 
 She was the daughter of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt
MARRIAGE*before 1880 She married James Bonner before 1880.1 
Death*16 February 1902 She died on 16 February 1902 at age 49. 
Married Name Her married name was Bonner. 

Family

James Bonner
Last Edited19 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S595] Piatt data, Newsletter, 1980's unknown repository.

Arabella Saunders Piatt

F, #307, b. 4 July 1808, d. 6 February 1830
Father*Benjamin McCullough Piatt b. 26 Dec 1779, d. 28 Apr 1863
Mother*Elizabeth Barnett b. 2 Oct 1780, d. 28 Apr 1866
Birth*4 July 1808 Arabella Saunders Piatt was born on 4 July 1808. 
 She was the daughter of Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Elizabeth Barnett
MARRIAGE*16 May 1825 She married Dr. Willian Budd McCullough on 16 May 1825. 
Death*6 February 1830 She died on 6 February 1830 at age 21. 
Married Name16 May 1825  As of 16 May 1825,her married name was McCullough. 

Family

Dr. Willian Budd McCullough
Last Edited5 Jun 1998

Benjamin Mahlon Piatt

M, #290, b. 29 December 1845
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt b. 29 Mar 1801, d. 29 May 1857
Mother*Martha Eugenia De Valcourt b. 1813, d. 5 Dec 1903
Death* Benjamin Mahlon Piatt died at Pasadena, CA. 
MARRIAGE* He married Willinetta E. Willis
Birth*29 December 1845 He was born on 29 December 1845 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. 
 He was the son of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Covington, Kenton County, KY; He lives with his wife and one son next door to Horace Woodrough.1 

Family

Willinetta E. Willis
Child
Last Edited27 Oct 2001

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;, T9-0425 p. 288B.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Benjamin McCullough Piatt

M, #281, b. 26 December 1779, d. 28 April 1863
Father*Jacob Piatt b. 16 May 1747, d. 14 Aug 1834
Mother*Hannah Cook McCullough b. 6 Nov 1760, d. 1818
Birth*26 December 1779 Benjamin McCullough Piatt was born on 26 December 1779 at Bloomsbury, Warren, NJ. 
 He was the son of Jacob Piatt and Hannah Cook McCullough
MARRIAGE*21 September 1799 He married Elizabeth Barnett, daughter of William Barnett and Isabella Woodward Harrison, on 21 September 1799 at Boone, KY. 
Death*28 April 1863 He died on 28 April 1863 at Mac-O-Cheek, West Liberty, Logan, OH, at age 83. 
Biography*  For a time Benjamin was District Attorney for Illinois southern district. At Cincinnati he and Nicholas Longworth, Sr. formed a law partnership. In 1826 Benjamin and Elizabeth moved to their large properties in Logan Co., Ohio. It was here that their son later built the Piatt Castles. 

Family

Elizabeth Barnett b. 2 October 1780, d. 28 April 1866
Children
Last Edited10 May 2007

Maj Benjamin McCullough Piatt1

M, #4112, b. 22 April 1833
Father*Abram Sedam Piatt1 b. 2 May 1800, d. 29 Dec 1876
Mother*Mary Pope McCoy1
Birth*22 April 1833 Maj Benjamin McCullough Piatt was born on 22 April 1833.1 
 He was the son of Abram Sedam Piatt and Mary Pope McCoy.1 
MARRIAGE*7 May 1864 He married Theodora Mary Mudd, daughter of Dr. Jerome Francis Mudd and Caroline Hermange de Valcourt, on 7 May 1864.1 

Family

Theodora Mary Mudd b. 23 September 1840, d. 7 January 1919
Children
Last Edited15 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S565] M.D Richard D. Mudd, Mudd Family.

Benjamin McCullough Piatt Jr

M, #311, b. circa 1809, d. circa 1810
Father*Benjamin McCullough Piatt b. 26 Dec 1779, d. 28 Apr 1863
Mother*Elizabeth Barnett b. 2 Oct 1780, d. 28 Apr 1866
Birth*circa 1809 Benjamin McCullough Piatt Jr was born circa 1809. 
 He was the son of Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Elizabeth Barnett
Death*circa 1810 He died circa 1810 at Died Young. 
Last Edited14 Jan 2006

Caroline C. Piatt

F, #300, b. 1831
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt b. 29 Mar 1801, d. 29 May 1857
Mother*Caroline Canfield d. 6 Feb 1830
Birth*1831 Caroline C. Piatt was born in 1831 at Allentown, NJ. 
 She was the daughter of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Caroline Canfield
Last Edited5 Jun 1998

Charles de Valcourt Piatt

M, #292, b. 23 March 1846, d. 10 December 1932
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt b. 29 Mar 1801, d. 29 May 1857
Mother*Martha Eugenia De Valcourt b. 1813, d. 5 Dec 1903
Birth*23 March 1846 Charles de Valcourt Piatt was born on 23 March 1846 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. 
 He was the son of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt
MARRIAGE*16 February 1871 He married Mary Catherine Nolan on 16 February 1871 at St Mary's Cathedral.1 
Death*10 December 1932 He died on 10 December 1932 at Fort Mitchell, Kenton County, KY, at age 86. 
CENSUS1900*1900 He appeared on the census in 1900.2 

Family

Mary Catherine Nolan b. December 1851
Children
Last Edited19 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S595] Piatt data, Newsletter, 1980's unknown repository.
  2. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  3. [S565] M.D Richard D. Mudd, Mudd Family.

Daniel Piatt

M, #345, b. 18 December 1745, d. 16 April 1780
Father*John Piatt b. 1710, d. 1760
Mother*Frances Van Vliet Wycoff b. 26 Dec 1713, d. Dec 1776
Birth*18 December 1745 Daniel Piatt was born on 18 December 1745 at Six Mile Run, NJ. 
 He was the son of John Piatt and Frances Van Vliet Wycoff
MARRIAGE*17 March 1765 He married Catherine Sherred on 17 March 1765 at NJ. 
Death*16 April 1780 He died on 16 April 1780 at Morristown, NJ, at age 34 He died at camp at Morristown, NJ. 
Note* He N. Louise Lodge Connection:

From: "Roy Appleton, Jr" <appleton@pacecar.infospeedway.net>
Subject: Re: [PIATT] Piatt Descendant
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 20:00:11 -0600
References: <3ABE0326.7F2F44C3@icx.net>

Hello Elise: Don't know if this fits, and have just started researching
this line of the family., My grandmother was Fannie Lodge, Born in
Boone County, Ky.1854. Her father was L.W.C. Lodge, her mother Cinora
Gertrude Riddle. Her grandfather on her paternal side was Laban Lodge,
and her grandmother on the paternal side was Catherine Sherred Piatt,
whose father was Robert Piatt, and her grandfather was Daniel Piatt and
her grandmother was Catherine Sherred. Let me know if this fits. I
need all the help I can get Roy
Appleton. 
MILITARY*1776  In 1776 He served as Major during the Revolution.1 

Family

Catherine Sherred
Child
Last Edited16 Jun 2007

Citations

  1. [S583] Letter, Martha Eugenia DeValcourt Piatt Lockwood to Margaret James Blakely, July 15 1951.

Donn Piatt

M, #315, b. 29 June 1819, d. 12 November 1891
Father*Benjamin McCullough Piatt b. 26 Dec 1779, d. 28 Apr 1863
Mother*Elizabeth Barnett b. 2 Oct 1780, d. 28 Apr 1866
MARRIAGE* Donn Piatt married Ella Kirby
Birth*29 June 1819 He was born on 29 June 1819 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. 
 He was the son of Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Elizabeth Barnett
MARRIAGE*August 1847 He married Louise Kirby in August 1847. 
Death*12 November 1891 He died on 12 November 1891 at Mac-O-Cheek, West Liberty, Logan, OH, at age 72. 

Family 1

Ella Kirby b. 1866

Family 2

Louise Kirby
Last Edited5 Jun 1998

Donn Piatt

M, #4298
Father*Maj Benjamin McCullough Piatt b. 22 Apr 1833
Mother*Theodora Mary Mudd b. 23 Sep 1840, d. 7 Jan 1919
 Donn Piatt was the son of Maj Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Theodora Mary Mudd
Last Edited15 Jan 2006

Edward Courtney Piatt

M, #62, b. 25 July 1858, d. 29 August 1894
EDWARD COURTNEY PIATT
Image credit: Picasa 2.0
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt b. 29 Mar 1801, d. 29 May 1857
Mother*Martha Eugenia De Valcourt b. 1813, d. 5 Dec 1903
ChartsDe Calmes
ReferenceA-14
Birth*25 July 1858 Edward Courtney Piatt was born on 25 July 1858 at Boone, KY.1,2 
 He was the son of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt
MARRIAGE*21 October 1879 He married Sallie Scott Richardson, daughter of William Hall Richardson and Jane Shore Stamps, on 21 October 1879 at Elk Hill, Lexington, Fayette County, KY.1 
Death*29 August 1894 He died on 29 August 1894 at Lexington, Fayette County, KY, at age 36.1 
Graduation*1874 He was graduated in 1874 at St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO; According to the "History of Fayette Co., Ky" published in 1882 E.C Piatt was educated at Xavier University in Cinn and completed his education at St. Louis University, Mo. graduating in 1874. He then went into a hardware establishment in Cinn as a clerk and stayed until 1878. In 1879 he went to Sherman Texas and opened a hardware store which he operated for one year. In April 1880 he formed a partnership with Henry E. Innes of Fayette Co., Ky and opened a carpet store in Lexington at #11 West Main St. They sold carpets, wall paper, curtains and window shades etc. The business was apparently still in operation at the time the history was printed in 1882.3 
TRIP*1878  In 1878 The following letter from his brother in law mentions Courtney being in Ireland. In MVW file there is a copy of a trip diary kept by Edward Courtney Piatt. Need to examine to see if this encounter is mentioned.
LETTERS FROM Robt.W.CARROLL OF CINCINNATI
Oct 12th 1878 My dear Sir:
I received your kind letter touching my sister Laura's call on you , and now my young brother-in-law, Courtney Piatt, has returned, bringing with him your photograph and a lively remembrance of your polite attentions to him. I am delighted to see a picture of you, and hope that you will at your convenience, favour me with a copy, as well as with photographs of other members of your family. It is pleasant to know that one has such good looking relations in the old country, and to renew the friendly intercourse which doubtless existed among our for fathers. I shall take pleasure in sending you photographs of other members of the family when I get good ones.
I must especially thank you for your particularly kind attention to Courtney. You took much greater trouble than I expected, and Courtney was greatly pleased. It was a good lesson in politeness to a young man, which will be of benefit to him through life. I believe you people of the old world give more time to the amenities of life than we of the new, who live faster in some ways and do not surrender so much time to social intercourse. Though to matters of genuine good feeling I am not disposed to yield the palm. My sister writes as if she enjoyed her short visit to you to the uttermost, and only regretted it was so brief. I hope before she returns home she may see you again.
It is evident from her accounts that the Cork branch of the Carroll family knew but little about the Americans- which is perfectly natural. In some respects, I believe you do not know as much about our ancestors as we, though we know nothing except by tradition. My grandfather, Edward Carroll, was younger than your grandfather, John Carroll. Your grandfather, left the North a good many years before my grandfather emigrated to this country. The latter came hither in 1801, bringing with him a large family. He had only one child born after he came to this country- a daughter.
His eldest son was named John. He was a man at the time of emigration, and I always understood had partly educated at Cork with his uncles, John and Isaac Carroll. He accompanied my grandfather to the West, and, after the family got settled, he entered upon a mercantile and trading career, which was eventful and romantic. I am not by any means fully advised of its details. But he was connected more or less with Abraham Bell, of New York, a cousin of my and your grandfathers- he was in partnership at Charleston, South Carolina, with his own cousin, John Davis- he went to Spain and France as [supercargo], and ended by getting into the Commissary Department of Bonaparte's army- he was with that army on the Russian campaign , and after the burning of Moscow and the destruction of the army, drifted into Holland, where he worked in a Chandler's factory until he got enough money to bring him back to this country. He afterwards went to South America, engaging in Commercial pursuits at a place called San Pedro, in the Rio Grande of the state of Brazil. There he married a Portuguese lady, and resided til his death, which occurred about 1838 when he was probably 58 years old. He was a successful and respected merchant. He left no children, and I believe his widow is still alive. He lived at different times in France, Spain and Italy, and understood the respective languages of these countries. I have only one letter of his in my possession. It was written in 1821, from San Pedro, to my father, who was then a young physician, just embarking on his professional career. It is very well written, and full of kindly advice to his younger brother.
The next older brother was Joseph Carroll, a mild mannered and kindly man, who followed the occupation of a farmer during his life, and died some twenty years ago, leaving a pretty large family, of whom I know but little. One son, also Joseph, resides but sixty miles from here on a farm, and him I see now and then. I think his other sons are all dead, leaving but few children- though one son left a son, named Moreau, who went through our Civil War as a soldier and now resides in the state of Iowa, where I am told he maintains a good position, having been honoured with the office of Auditor of one of the counties.
Another son of my grandfather was named Edward. He was some twelve or fourteen years old at the time of the emigration, and always retained something of the Irish accent. He grew to be a large and powerful man, quite celebrated throughout the region for his prowess albeit he was a "Friend". He resided nearly all his life in Columbiana county of this state, in which grandfather settled. He was something of a politician and at various times held the office of Magistrate, Auditor, Treasurer and Commissioner in his county. He finally came to Cincinnati when well advanced in life, and thence went to Philadelphia, where he died. He had only two children who lived to be adults- one son, now dead without issue- the other daughter, Mary, married a Mr George Bewley, an Irishman of a Dublin family of "Friends", and now resides in this city, having only two surviving children Anna and Mary, both adults.
My grandfather had five daughters I think- One married Wm Whinery, is now dead, leaving several children. I think her name was Margery- Another named Sallie married James Whinery, is now dead, leaving several children, one of whom is a dentist of Salem, Columbiana county, Ohio, named John Carroll Whinery, a man of reputation and standing in his profession0- another named Deborah married Bayless Randolph, is now dead, leaving two children- another, the youngest child, named Anne, born in this country, married Abel Thomas, and is still living, but I do not know exactly where- and another Eliza, died unmarried. The last is said to have possessed an uncommonly lovely disposition. Personally I knew nothing about any of them, having resided in a different portion of the state.
My grandfather had one son Isaac, who died almost as an infant, soon after arrival in this country and before the family came to the west. This tedious detail leaves my father Thomas, unaccounted for. He was the youngest son, except Isaac, born in 1794 in Co Antrim. When grandfather came to Ohio in the year 1801 it was not yet admitted as a State to the Union. It was part of what was known as the North Western Territory- a region which embraced the present states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan, extending over a territory probably twice as large as Great Britain. Ohio became a state in 1802, so that our family were genuine pioneers. Grandfather settled in Columbiana county, on the Ohio river in the North eastern portion of the state, when the county was a wilderness of almost unbroken forest. He bought a farm and began the terrible task of clearing and cultivating it, and of maintaining his family. It was a hard life of toil and deprivation removed from even the ordinary comforts of civilisation. My grandfather was of a mercurial nature, almost [ ] jolly in his temper, as I have been told. He was calculated to adapt himself to circumstances and make the best of them, enjoying life under almost any condition. My grandmother was grave an saturnine in disposition, dignified in deportment and not quite content with the adverse fate which had made a pioneer of her. She had a great deal to say of her surroundings in Ireland and many regrets. She it was who preserved and communicated what traditions of the Carrolls there were. She took the position in her meetings as a "weighty" Friend and sat among the Elders. My father seemed to have inherited traits from both parents. He had the cheerfulness of his father without having jolly and much of the thoughtfulness of his mother. He was brought up amid the solitude of the deepwoods, inured to the hardships of clearing and farming a wilderness, deprived of any of the luxuries and many of the necessities of civilisation and almost without the benefits of schools. Still he determined to become educated if possible. He had the benefit of some teaching in such four schools as were established during the winter months. He followed it up with application to such few books as it was possible to get hold of- devoting winter evenings to reading by the light of a wood fire, and only studying while his horses rested during the ploughing season. This was a slow way to learn, but what was acquired under such difficulties was retained. He persevered, and finally saved enough money to enable him to take a course of study in the profession of medicine. He began to practice his profession at Richmond, in the state of Indiana, about the year of 1820. The next year he married my mother, Anne Lynch Williams. a Friend, who had been born in the state of Virginia and mainly brought up in the state of North Carolina. They resided at Richmond only a year or two longer, when father's health broke down, and he removed back to Columbiana county, Ohio. There my brother Foster was born in the year 1823. The father went to St.Clarisville, Belmont county, Ohio, where I and my sister, Laura (MM Mrs Taylor) were born. This constituted the whole family.
Father remained at St.Clairsville doing a large [business] until 1841, when he got rid of the hardships of a country practice, he removed to Cincinnati where he resided thirty years until his death in the spring of 1871, achieving a high reputation as a physician. In his earlier life he attended lectures in the Transylvania University, at Lexington, Kentucky, where he took his degree of MD. He afterwards spent a winter at lectures in New York and Philadelphia. Throughout his life he was a student, and he became a man of extensive achievements both in and out of his profession. He was cheerful, kindly hospitable man, full of benevolence and courage, and possessed of more than ordinary intellectual force. He was about six feet high, of a spare frame, ordinarily weighing about 160 pounds. His hair was black- his eyes a mixture of gray and hazel ( a dark gray)- his nose roman- his forehead large. He was a little stooped about the neck and shoulders. My brother Foster also studied medicine and entered upon the practice with high hopes and brilliant prospects. He had scarce begun when he died in the 28th year of his age, leaving a young widow who bore him a daughter a few months after his death. This daughter, Anna Foster Carroll, lost her mother a few months ago and is now an orphan indeed. She will in future live with me or sister Laura, probably. She is a very accomplished musician, as well as an interesting a bright young lady. My sister Laura has been married twice, and has four children by her first husband- three of whom you have seen. The other, Frank, is a graduate of two colleges "Haverford" and "Harvard", and a man of fine promise. Laura probably told you of my family, and Courtney left you photographs of my wife and oldest son. The family consists of Eugene- 17 years old last April- now a cadet Midshipman in the US navy, being educated at the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. Laura- 16 years old in August, attending Hughes High School in Cincinnati- Robert De Valcourt, 14 years old in August, attending the Intermediate School in the City- Louis, 12 years old in August, attending our neighbourhood school, and Mary Arabella, 10 years old in June, attending the same school with Louis. We consider them all very good and bright children, and look forward to their careers with hope and confidence.
Sister Laura resides about six miles north east of Cincinnati, and I, on the Ohio river, about 4 miles west of the city. Mr Taylor and I have our respective offices in the city, which is a common meeting ground for us.
My wife's maiden name was Mary Arabella Piatt. her grandfather and great grandfather were pioneers of the portion of the state of Kentucky near this city. Her father was a lawyer of some considerable eminence, who died about twenty years ago. Her mother's maiden name was De Falcourt, her parents being French and she a native of Baltimore. As I combine in my veins Irish, English Scotch and Welsh blood, you can see that my children are a regular conglomerate of nationalities.
To go back- there came over from Ireland, about the time of the immigration of my grandfather, and from the same neighbourhood, Leonard Dobbin and his wife, Elizabeth who first settled in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and afterwards lived at Wheeling, Virginia, a place on the Ohio river about 10 miles east of St. Clairsville, my birthplace. Mrs Dobbin's maiden name was Elizabeth Carroll, and she was either a first or second cousin of my grandfather. The families had been neighbours and friends in Ireland, and the friendly intercourse was kept up. When I was a boy, grandmother Dobbin, as I called her, was a very old woman. She talked a great deal of Ireland and specially of the Carrolls. I was young, and made no items, but the accounts as I recollect them as to the history of the family, agreed with the traditions which I received from my father and from Uncle Edward and from cousin John C Whinery (who passed some of his boyhood at Grandfather's place) and which cousin Mary C Bewley received from Aunt Sallie and Margery Whinery and from her father. Grandmother Dobbin's memory went back to almost 1770. She often told about watching John Paul Jones' vessel, during our war with England for independence off the coast of Ireland, at the time there was a panic lest that celebrated officer should make a landing.
Now the tradition, agreed upon on all hands, was that Colonel O'Carroll, who commanded a cavalry regiment in the army of King James ll. , at the battle of the Boyne, in 1690, was killed; that he left two sons, boys of tender years; that these two sons were sent to the North to be brought up; that one of them was taken by a Presbyterian and the other by an Episcopalian, and brought up in their family, the one as an Episcopalian the other as Presbyterian; that the Presbyterian was our ancestor and the Episcopalian the ancestor of Mrs Dobbin. The tradition further is that the name of the family was O'Carroll, the O being dropped by these boys, thus educated as Protestants, and that the Colonel killed at, or about that time of, the battle of the Boyne, was a Catholic. Further, the tradition is that the family came from kings County.
This tradition has some confirmation in these facts: There was a Colonel O'Carroll in King James' army- who was killed about the period of the battle of the Boyne. The greater portion of the Irish gentry who took an active part against the Prince of Orange were scattered and driven out of the country. Many of them going to France, while their property was confiscated and their families dispersed. The Carrolls of Maryland, in this country came of that Catholic stock and from Kings county. Your and my great-grandfather, Edward Carroll was a Presbyterian- he married Sarah Bell, an English Friend -as your grandfather was born in 1739, it is safe to assume that his father, the said Edward Carroll was born as early as 1712, which takes him back to within 22 years of the battle of the Boyne, so that his father might well have been one of the boys alluded to. This does not leave any great stretch of time or many people to be covered by the tradition. I got it through several sources, from my grandfather and grandmother. My grandfather was born about 1750, his father about- say- 1712- and his grandfather might very easily seen and talked with his grandfather, born say, in 1680, and have got the account directly from him. But that was not necessary to the authenticity of the tradition. If my grandfather got it from his father, his father doubtless got it from his progenitor, and that would easily carry it back to the very time spoken of, and to the events connected with the dispersal of the families and the division of the property of the officers of King James' army. Our great grandfather, Edward Carroll, who married Sarah bell, a Quaker, joined the Society of Friends, and his family were brought up in that denomination. My grandfather came to the wilderness of Ohio- a Friend himself and all his family. They were cut off from their old country relatives- they had no access to Irish history- they were a simple minded plain people, who would not through ostentation or vanity invent such a story. They therefore had a genuine family tradition, confirmed by that of Mrs Elizabeth Dobbin, a cousin, from the same neighbourhood, who was full of family anecdotes, and who was herself only two removes from the original stock. Of course there may be nothing in this; and it is, at best, more curious than important; but it is probably worth telling to you, as from sister Laura's letter, I infer that you have no similar tradition. I can hardly account for the fact that you have not, unless it be that your grandfather left the family roof early in life. However, I give you our understanding of the matter for what it is worth. I have in my possession Keating's History of Ireland, translated by Desmond O'Connor and issued at Dublin in 1809. This edition gives the names of the subscribers to the work when first published in 1723. . I have at my office (Iam writing at home) a statement of the names of my granfather's brothers and sisters and some account of whom the sisters married, furnished me by cousin Mary Bewley from a statement made ten years ago by Uncle Edward. Of the brothers I remember John, Isaac, William and Thomas. Thomas was a minister of some promise among Friends. My father and yours were doubtless named for him. One of the sisters was mother of Isaac English of Dublin- another married a man named Bell- another a man named Davis, whose son, John Davis, was in partnership at Charleston, South Carolina, with my uncle John Carroll, an account of whom I gave you above. I suppose if one had the disposition, that we might trace the families back some distance through the records of the Society of friends and of the Presbyterian church in that part of the country Antrim whence we come; and it is barely possible there may be some official record of the families broken up and dispersed after the battle of the Boyne in 1690, the battle of Aughrim in 1691, and the surrender of Limerick in 1692. For years after this period, as you are aware, the Catholics were persecuted and disposed and their property confiscated following out the policy inaugurated by Cromwell some fifty years before. It is more than likely that but little public account was taken of private families- so that we can only fall back on family tradition and the facts of history which indicate its probable truth.
I enclose photographs of my father and mother. They are not very good as photographs, but very good as likenesses. Father's is copied from an old one. Such as they are, they are the most satisfactory we have.
My brother Foster was named for Wm Forster an English Friend of eminence who visited the country over fifty years ago and staid at my grandfather William's house, at Richmond Indiana some time, and who was on intimate terms with my father, Foster, as he grew up, dropped the Wm from his name and left off an r in spelling it, so that it lost its identity.
I hope you will pardon this very long letter and bear up under its reading. I got started and hardly knew where to stop. A good deal of it will, doubtless, be uninteresting, but I will let it all go for what its worth.
By the way, a John Watson visited here, being on business, some twenty years or so ago, and said he was a relative. I never knew what relation he was. He came from Dublin, and was an original character. And, also, some twenty years ago I new [sic] a Mr Atkins, who came to Cincinnati from Montreal Canada. He said his father had been a correspondence of Thos & Joshua Carroll in a business way, and that he, when a boy, had been sent to Cork to school and knew all the Carrolls of that place. He must have been about your age- possibly a few years younger.
Please present me kindly to your family, and believe me, Very truly Your affectionate cousin Robt.W.Carroll
To: Joseph H Carroll, Esq
Cork, Ireland. 
Biography*1882  In 1882 According to History of Fayette Co., Ky 1882 p. 689 E.C. Piatt was educated at Xavier University in Cincinnati and completed his edcation at St. Louis University, Mo graduating in 1874. He then went into a hardware establishment in Cincinnatti as a clerk and stayed until 1878. In 1879 he went to Sherman Texas and opened a hardware store which he operated for one year. In April 1880 he formed a partnership with Henry E. Innes of Fayette Co., Ky and opened a carpet store in Lexington at #11 West Main St. They sold carpets, wall paper, curtains and window shades etc. The business was apparently still in operation at the time this book was printed in 1882.4 
DEED*April 1883 He was shown on a deed in April 1883 at Lexington, KY, warrenty; Lot at NW corner Main and Woodland - Deed from Woodland Park Assn. Deed # 66 p. 461 It looks like E.C. Piatt sold the same piece of property a year later. There is a deed recorded from E.C. Piatt to A.B. Chinn Deed #70 p. 299 Aug 11, 1884. probably this is when he moved to Covington. 
Residence*1884 He lived in 1884 at Lexington, KY; Possibly Edward Courtney Piatt and Sallie Scott Richardson moved to Covington in about 1884. Its possible that he worked for the railroad. 
DEED*11 August 1884 He was shown on a deed on 11 August 1884 Deed #70 p. 299 to A.B. Chinn Warranty; 50Ft. NW Corner Main St. and Wood. 
Residence1885 He lived in 1885 at Covington, Kenton County, KY. 
Anecdote*circa 1890  Circa 1890 Jacob Wykoff Piatt, II was a best friend of SLB (Jacob's sister, Jane, married SLB). Aunt Sue (Susan H. Blakely) once told Margot Woodrough that she remembered having Jane S. Piatt (sister of Jacob Wycoff Piatt,II) come running to tell her, "Miss Blakely, Miss Blakely - Daddy's lost his mind and they've taken him away." According to Aunt Sue, Jane was shouting this at the top of her voice so that the whole neighborhood could hear. 

Family

Sallie Scott Richardson b. 9 January 1858, d. 13 July 1934
MARRIAGE*21 October 1879 He married Sallie Scott Richardson, daughter of William Hall Richardson and Jane Shore Stamps, on 21 October 1879 at Lexington, KY.1 
Children
Last Edited17 Sep 2010

Citations

  1. [S17] SLB Date diary, Date diary, about 1950 MVW file.
  2. [S595] Piatt data, Newsletter, 1980's unknown repository.
  3. [S18] Unknown author, History of Fayette County KY., p.689.
  4. [S18] Unknown author, History of Fayette County KY.

Edward J. Piatt1

M, #4291, b. February 1886
Father*Charles de Valcourt Piatt1 b. 23 Mar 1846, d. 10 Dec 1932
Mother*Mary Catherine Nolan1 b. Dec 1851
Birth*February 1886 Edward J. Piatt was born in February 1886.1 
 He was the son of Charles de Valcourt Piatt and Mary Catherine Nolan.1 
Last Edited3 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Eleanor Piatt

F, #4296
Father*Maj Benjamin McCullough Piatt b. 22 Apr 1833
Mother*Theodora Mary Mudd b. 23 Sep 1840, d. 7 Jan 1919
 Eleanor Piatt was the daughter of Maj Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Theodora Mary Mudd
Last Edited15 Jan 2006

Elizabeth Page Piatt

F, #264, b. 27 July 1914, d. 16 August 1983
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt II b. 11 Jul 1880, d. 17 Jun 1917
Mother*Margaret Howard James b. 5 Aug 1888, d. 27 Jun 1974
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*27 July 1914 Elizabeth Page Piatt was born on 27 July 1914 at Tiffin, OH.1 
 She was the daughter of Jacob Wykoff Piatt II and Margaret Howard James
MARRIAGE*1 March 1932 She married Earl L. Carran on 1 March 1932 Later in Diary SLB gives mariage date as May 1, 1932. May entry is in pencil on typed page.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1975 She married Jay Harris circa 1975. 
Death*16 August 1983 She died on 16 August 1983 at Fort Mitchell, Kenton County, KY, at age 69. 
Burial*18 August 1983 She was buried on 18 August 1983 at Highland Cemetery. 
Married Name1 March 1932  As of 1 March 1932,her married name was Carran. 
Married Namecirca 1975  As of circa 1975,her married name was Harris. 

Family 1

Earl L. Carran
MARRIAGE*1 March 1932 She married Earl L. Carran on 1 March 1932 Later in Diary SLB gives mariage date as May 1, 1932. May entry is in pencil on typed page.1 

Family 2

Jay Harris
MARRIAGE*circa 1975 She married Jay Harris circa 1975. 
Last Edited27 Aug 1998

Citations

  1. [S17] SLB Date diary, Date diary, about 1950 MVW file.

Eugene Clay Piatt1

M, #4290, b. March 1880
Father*Charles de Valcourt Piatt1 b. 23 Mar 1846, d. 10 Dec 1932
Mother*Mary Catherine Nolan1 b. Dec 1851
Birth*March 1880 Eugene Clay Piatt was born in March 1880.1 
 He was the son of Charles de Valcourt Piatt and Mary Catherine Nolan.1 
Last Edited16 Jun 2007

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Eugenia Piatt

F, #295, b. 21 February 1849, d. 17 August 1879
Father*Jacob Wykoff Piatt b. 29 Mar 1801, d. 29 May 1857
Mother*Martha Eugenia De Valcourt b. 1813, d. 5 Dec 1903
Birth*21 February 1849 Eugenia Piatt was born on 21 February 1849 at Cincinati, Hamilton Co., OH.1 
 She was the daughter of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt
Death*17 August 1879 She died on 17 August 1879 at age 30. 
Probate*1 September 1879 Her estate was probated on 1 September 1879 at Hamilton County, OH, Executor is William Disney. Will filed in box 40 case # 23329. Beneficiaries are Martha E.Piatt, Louisa M. Bonner, Mary Arabell Carroll, Nieces and Nephews and charities. Looks as though she did not marry. 
Last Edited19 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S595] Piatt data, Newsletter, 1980's unknown repository.

Frances Annabelle Piatt

F, #323, b. 21 October 1783, d. 9 June 1840
Father*Jacob Piatt b. 16 May 1747, d. 14 Aug 1834
Mother*Hannah Cook McCullough b. 6 Nov 1760, d. 1818
Birth*21 October 1783 Frances Annabelle Piatt was born on 21 October 1783 at Lawrenceburg, Ind.. 
 She was the daughter of Jacob Piatt and Hannah Cook McCullough
MARRIAGE*22 November 1804 She married Isaac Dunn on 22 November 1804. 
Death*9 June 1840 She died on 9 June 1840 at age 56. 
Note*  Children of Frances Annabelle Piatt:
10. FRANCES ANNABELLE5 PIATT (JACOB4, JOHN3, JACOB2, RENE1) was born October 21, 1783 in Lawrenceburg, In, and died June 09, 1840. She married ISAAC DUNN November 22, 1804, son of HUGH DUNN and MERCY DUNN.
     
Children of FRANCES PIATT and ISAAC DUNN are:

     i.     JOHN PIATT6 DUNN, b. September 28, 1805; d. December 28, 1868; m. (1) JANE BAIRD; m. (2) MARGARET QUARLES; m. (3) ARMERIA JANE BUELL, June 11, 1826.
     ii.     HUGH DUNN, b. January 01, 1807; d. September 19, 1825.
     iii.     HANNAH ANN DUNN, b. August 24, 1808; d. May 25, 1875; m. GEORGE TOUSEY, March 13, 1828.
     iv.     JACOB PIATT DUNN, b. July 24, 1811, Lawrenceburg, In; d. November 21, 1890; m. HARRIET LOUISE TATE, November 28, 1837.
     v.     ELIZA DUNN, b. September 14, 1812; d. June 27, 1816.
     vi.     BEN MCCULLOUGH DUNN, b. December 24, 1815; d. August 13, 1827.
     vii.     MARTHA ANN DUNN, b. September 11, 1817; d. April 05, 1822.

Notes for MARTHA ANN DUNN:
a twin to Mary Eliza.

     viii.     MARY ELIZA DUNN, b. September 11, 1817; d. October 14, 1840; m. JOHN C. SMITH, May 28, 1833.
     ix.     GEORGE DUNN, b. August 12, 1819; d. September 27, 1853.
     x.     ELIJAH SPARKS STRANGE DUNN, b. April 20, 1821.
     xi.     SARAH DUNN, b. December 20, 1822; d. May 23, 1876; m. WILLIAM C. LAYTON, April 21, 1840.
     xii.     FRANCES DUNN, b. February 18, 1825; d. July 14, 1826. 
Married Name22 November 1804  As of 22 November 1804,her married name was Dunn. 

Family

Isaac Dunn
Last Edited14 Jan 2006

Francis D. Piatt1

M, #4292, b. January 1890
Father*Charles de Valcourt Piatt1 b. 23 Mar 1846, d. 10 Dec 1932
Mother*Mary Catherine Nolan1 b. Dec 1851
Birth*January 1890 Francis D. Piatt was born in January 1890.1 
 He was the son of Charles de Valcourt Piatt and Mary Catherine Nolan.1 
Last Edited11 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.