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Joseph Pyatt's family

R. L. Pyatt, Valdese, N.C., 1965
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel : facsims., geneal. tables. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, 72 [i.e. 90] leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.

Joseph Pyatt (1755-1838) was born at Coventry, Warwickshire, England, and immigrated to America as a young man. He settled in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, where he served in the Revolutionary War. After the war, he married Sarah Jane Still (1764-1857) in 1782. They had eight children, 1784-1798. The family lived in Pittsylvania County until 1792, when they migrated to Burke County, North Carolina. Descendants listed, with an emphasis on the descendants of James Pyatt (1788-1852) lived in North Carolina and elsewhere.

Also includes some information on other Pyatt families, including family and some descendants of the following: Ebenezer Pyatt (1755-1835) a Revolutionary War soldier, who was born in Pennsylvania and died in Illinois -- John Pyatt (d. 1767) of South Carolina -- Peter Pyatt (d. 1780/81) a Revolutionary War soldier of South Carolina -- Benjamin Pyatt (1820-ca. 1890) of Pennsylvania and Illinois.

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