I looked up Amos Hiatt, page #350 of the same book, and found the following article: "AMOS HIATT, deceased. The subject of this sketch was born in Guilford County, NC, April 20, 1811, and came to this county as early as 1832. He was a blacksmith and farmer. Was married twice, the first time to Miss Hannah Bales, by whom he had five children; of these three are living, viz.: Louisa, Evaline and Samuel. His second wife was Miss Martha Roberts, whom he married in 1847. Her father, James Roberts, now resides with her, at the age of seventy-eight years. Mr. Hiatt had seven children by the second wife, six of whom are living-Hannah C., Calvin, Charles, Allen, Almeda and Della. Mr. Hiatt died in November, 1873. Hannah C. is married to William T. Reszell, who is now superintending the farm. They have one child - Olive Myrtle. " Could Hannah's maiden name have been Bales, not Beals? Three of his children were gone when this information was published in 1882 - could one of them have been Lucinda?