I didn't know John Mcfaden Bean had a brother or any information past him and Caroline.
My Uncle Buss (Marion) Johnson took me to Carpenter Cemetry several times.There are Johnsons, Beans, Wyatts, Grants and I think, Matthews buried there.We are all related.My dad has several double cousins.
The Bean family bible was really nice to look at.There were several pictures in it. Several of them were tin types.
The William L. Wyatt that is shown living with John & Caroline was adopted into the family.I was told he was really a mean person.If you would see old pictures, you would know that he is definitely a Wyatt.He has the same mouth as a lot of the Wyatt's.
The Wyatts I have start with my Grannie Johnson and her children to John and Caroline and their children.
My Grannie, Hallie Josephine Wyatt Johnson married Roy Marion Johnson.Hallie parents were Mary Jane Bean and James Edward Wyatt. Their children were Hallie, Marvin E, Clarence E., and Lucille, J.E. Wyatt. Then John and Caroline Bean's kid's.
J.E. Wyatt married Margaret (Maggie) Johnson and Hallie Wyatt married Roy Johnson. J. E.'s son, Jimmy was killed in the Vietnam War.
I don't know if this will help your research, but I'll include it anyway.Mary Jane Wyatt's dad, John, had a plantation possibly at Bell City.It is very hard to find records pertaining to Scott Co. because the courthouse burned, destorying all the records.
I'll try to get in touch with my dad and one of my aunts this weekend.Maybe they will remember more about the Wyatt side.I know that Uncle Buss talked a lot about a typhoid epedimic that hit that area really hard.That may be why so many children were living with relatives.
There is a man named Butrum, I think his first name is Charles, but I'll have to check, that started a Carpenter Cemetry Preservation Society.He knows a lot about the people buried there.
My dad has a friend who does geneology research as a hobby.He has told me if I can get all the information together that I can, he will research the history from there.Anything you have to add, will be greatly appreciated. Kim