This will go along with the Gentry book.A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri by Bryan and Rose: pg 225)Wyatt.-Frank Wyatt, of North Carolina, had the following children -John, William, Frank Jr., Ricks, Polly, and Sally.John, William, and Ricks settled in Lincoln county, Kentucky, at a very early date, and the former served as a soldier in the revolutionary war.He married Polly Pearle, of Virginia, and settled in Warren county, Mo., in 1817.They had -Martha, Frank, Susan, Elizabeth, Sarah, Rebecca, William S., Mary A., Anna E., and Nancy.Frank was a soldier of the war of 1812, and died of consumption in Kentucky.Nancy, Martha, and Anna E. all died unmarried.Susan married James Pennington, of Kentucky, who settled in Warren county in 1817.Their children were -Frank M., John T., Liberty S., Mary C., Ephraim, Rebecca, Isabella J., Martha F., and Lavinia W.Elizabeth Wyatt married William James, who settled in Warren county in 1809.Their children were -John W., Martha A., Benjamin S., William F., and Lucian A.Mr. James was a Judge of the County Court for some time, and Sheriff two terms.Sarah Wyatt married Walter T. James, who settled in Warren county in 1809.They had -Frank W., Mary A., William S., John B., Elizabeth, Joel P., Rex, and Lycurgus.Rebecca Wyatt was married first to Joel Pearle, who settled in Warren county in 1828.They had two children -John H., and Mary A., when Mr. Pearle died, and his widow subsequently married Joseph Rattsburn, of Ohio.William S. Wyatt married Patience Pearle; but they had no children.Mary A. married and settled in Missouri.
AND:pg 223)WYATT.- Frank was a native of North Carolina, but settled and lived in Montgomery Co., KY.He came to Missouri five times to look at the country, but could never make up his mind to move here.He had four sons-John, Anthony, Douglass, and Joseph.John was a Captain in the war of 1812.He settled in Missouri in 1817, and married Attossa Sharp, by whom he had seven children-John, Jr., Sarah, Harriet, Catharine, Margaret, Lucy and Mary.Anthony came to Missouri in 1816.He married Mary Smith, daughter of Henry Smith and Nancy Davis (who were natives of Wales), and by her he had-Henry S., James W., Joseph, Martha A., Nancy J., and Frank.Douglass Wyatt settled in Missouri in 1817.He married Elizabeth See, of Montgomery county, and they had-Hayden, Amanda,
pg 224)Emily, Frank, Douglas, Jr., Joseph and Mary.Joseph Wyatt, son of Frank, Sr., died a bachelor, in Franklin Co., Mo.(Children of Anthony.)Henry S. married Sarah Hopping.James W. married Martha A. Pearle.Joseph married Susan Griswold.Martha A. married Thomas J. Marshall, of Mexico, Mo., who was County Clerk of Warren county for eighteen years.Nancy J. married John Jones of Mexico, Mo.Frank was married twice; first to Eliza A. Jones, and after her death, to Maria Farsdale.Mr. Wyatt built a ferry boad for Thomas Howell, who paid him in gold, and then offered to run a foot race for the money he had paid him.But Mr. Wyatt did not consider it safe to take the risk, notwithstanding he was a young man and Mr. H. was sisty-seven years old.
After you pull the info from the Gentry book.Let me know what you think.
Vicki S. Tesnar