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Charlene R. STEPHENS
1. Charlene R.1 STEPHENS, born 17 Nov 1957 in Pensacola,Escambia Co,Florida, daughter of 2. Charles Roy STEPHENS and 3. Shirley Mae HIATT. She married on 9 May 1981 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi Don Harold ROBINSON, born abt 1952.
Children of Charlene R. STEPHENS and Don Harold ROBINSON were as follows:

i Race Stephens ROBINSON, born 5 Jan 1988.

ii Dash Simmons ROBINSON, born 16 Sep 1989.

iii Michele Bell ROBINSON, born 20 Aug 1992.


Generation 2
2. Charles Roy2 STEPHENS, born abt 1926; died Jun 1985. He married in Mar 1951 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi 3. Shirley Mae HIATT, born 20 Apr 1931, daughter of 4. Harry Ray HIATT and 5. Bertha B. SHAW.
Children of Charles Roy STEPHENS and Shirley Mae HIATT were as follows:

1 i Charlene R.1 STEPHENS, born 17 Nov 1957 in Pensacola,Escambia Co,Florida. She married on 9 May 1981 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi Don Harold ROBINSON, born abt 1952.


Generation 3
4. Harry Ray3 HIATT, born 17 Dec 1885, son of 6. Elam HIATT and 7. Laura COMPTON. He married 5. Bertha B. SHAW, born 15 Aug 1905; died 2 Jun 1963 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi, daughter of 8. James Walter SHAW and 9. Annie Mae SNAGGS.

Notes for Bertha B. SHAW

Hi - Charlene Robinson again. Just wanted to add a post Script. Bertha B. Shaw was born 8/15/05 (but I don't know where) and died 6/02/63 (here in Hinds County, Jackson, MS).

I know her parents live in N.W. OKC - between 11th and 23rd streets.

She was his 2nd wife. I have no idea when or where they were married. I do know she was his photography assistant and was very young. I also do not know when or where he divorced his 1st wife - or her name.

My mother said the original Hiatt came over with William Penn. Hmmm...

Thanks for letting me bend your ear. Sincerely, Charlene Robinson


Children of Harry Ray HIATT and Bertha B. SHAW were as follows:

3 i Shirley Mae2 HIATT, born 20 Apr 1931. She married in Mar 1951 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi Charles Roy STEPHENS, born abt 1926; died Jun 1985.


Generation 4
6. Elam4 HIATT, born 31 Jul 1844 in Grant Co, Indiana; died in Edmond, Okahoma, son of 10. Aaron HIATT and 11. Lucinda ROBERDS. He married on 7 Mar 1869 in 7. Laura COMPTON, born 29 Jul 1849.
Children of Elam HIATT and Laura COMPTON were as follows:

i Owen A.3 HIATT, born 5 Mar 1870 in . He married Della BURK.

ii Charley Ellis3 HIATT, born 1 Nov 1871 in . He married Eliza CHITWOOD.

iii Lelia Iris3 HIATT, born abt 1873. She married W.A. CHITWOOD.

iv Everett W.3 HIATT, born 6 Dec 1883 in . He married Lucy BROWN. Notes: NO CHILDREN.

4 v Harry Ray3 HIATT, born 17 Dec 1885. He married Bertha B. SHAW, born 15 Aug 1905; died 2 Jun 1963 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi, daughter of James Walter SHAW and Annie Mae SNAGGS.

vi Mary Eveline3 HIATT, born abt 1887. She married Orville LEWIS.

8. James Walter4 SHAW. He married 9. Annie Mae SNAGGS.


Children of James Walter SHAW and Annie Mae SNAGGS were as follows:

5 i Bertha B.3 SHAW, born 15 Aug 1905; died 2 Jun 1963 in Jackson,Hinds Co,Mississippi. She married Harry Ray HIATT, born 17 Dec 1885, son of Elam HIATT and Laura COMPTON.


Generation 5
10. Aaron5 HIATT, born 16 Feb 1815 in Wayne County, Indiana; died 12 Oct 1903 in Greeley, Colorado; buried in Peru, Iowa, son of 12. William HIATT and 13. Elizabeth SULGROVE. He married (1) on 7 Sep 1836 in 11. Lucinda ROBERDS, born 9 May 1814 in Marion Co, Indiana; died 5 Jan 1847 in Grant Co, Indiana, daughter of 14. Thomas ROBERDS and 15. Ann RANDALL; (2) on 17 Aug 1849 in Sarah TILSON, born 1 Jul 1818 in Ohio; died 20 Jun 1880 in Peru, Iowa.
Children of Aaron HIATT and Lucinda ROBERDS were as follows:

i Mary Ann4 HIATT, born 31 May 1837 in Grant Co, Indiana; died 10 Jun 1926 in Camas, Washington. She married on 22 Feb 1856 in Peru, Madison Co, Iowa Benjamin F. BROWN, born 1 Nov 1825 in Chester Co, Pennsylvania; died 5 Feb 1909 in Portland, Oregon.

ii Elizabeth4 HIATT, born 1 Feb 1839 in Grant Co, Indiana; died 1 Jun 1841 in Grant Co, Indiana.

iii Evelyn4 HIATT, born 5 Nov 1840 in Grant Co, Indiana; died 1936 in Peru, Madison Co, Iowa. She married on 2 Dec 1862 in Nimrod B. HOLLINGSWORTH, born <1836> in .

iv Sylvanus4 HIATT, born 17 Jul 1842 in Grant Co, Indiana; died 30 Apr 1862. Notes: HE WAS KILLED IN THE CIVIL WAR.

6 v Elam4 HIATT, born 31 Jul 1844 in Grant Co, Indiana; died in Edmond, Okahoma. He married on 7 Mar 1869 in Laura COMPTON, born 29 Jul 1849.

vi Stephen Ayres4 HIATT Twin, born 10 Nov 1846 in Grant Co, Indiana. He married <1871> in Elizabeth FULTON, born <1850> in .

vii Robert Wilson4 HIATT Twin, born 10 Nov 1846 in Grant Co, Indiana. Notes: HE DIED YOUNG.


Children of Aaron HIATT and Sarah TILSON were as follows:

i Molansi4 HIATT, born 14 Sep 1853 in . She married Byron BAKER.

ii Arthur William4 HIATT, born 14 Dec 1854 in . He married Martha MCGEE.

iii Leslie Palmer4 HIATT, born 16 Aug 1857 in . He married Mary E. FULTON.

iv (---)4 HIATT, born <1859> in .

v (---)4 HIATT, born <1861> in .


Generation 6
12. William6 HIATT, born 18 Aug 1775 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 1 Mar 1855 in Grant County, Indiana, son of 16. Isaac HIATT Sr. and 17. Martha THOMAS. He married on 5 Feb 1799 in Guilford County, North Carolina 13. Elizabeth SULGROVE, born 1774; died 26 May 1849 in Grant County, Indiana; buried in Old Friends Cemetery, Marion, Indiana.

Notes for Elizabeth SULGROVE

she died at 75 years old.


Children of William HIATT and Elizabeth SULGROVE were as follows:

i David5 HIATT, born 7 Jan 1800 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 1846 in Grant County, Indiana. He married (1) on 17 Sep 1820 in Wayne County, Indiana Lavina HIATT, born 20 Feb 1796 in North Carolina; died 27 Nov 1830 in Grant County, Indiana, daughter of Christopher HIATT and Elizabeth MILLS; (2) on 14 Jul 1831 in Delaware Co, Indiana Lydia BALLENGER, born 20 Jun 1808 in ; died 27 Jul 1845 in Grant Co, Indiana, daughter of John BALLENGER and Sarah ADDLENAN; (3) on 19 Apr 1846 in Grant County, Indiana Barbara LEE, born 1 Feb 1820 in , daughter of John LEE and Hannah MORRIS.

ii Esther5 HIATT, born 1804 in North Carolina. She married on 3 Nov 1820 in Wayne County, Indiana Josiah HIATT, born 1 Mar 1795 in Grayson Co, Virginia; died 1852 in Grant Co, Indiana, son of Jonathan HIATT Sr. and Rachel WILLIAMS.

iii Joseph5 HIATT, born 1807 in Ohio. He married on 20 Nov 1828 in Delaware County, Indiana Sarah BALLINGER, born 7 Oct 1811 in Ohio.

iv Daniel5 HIATT, born 1808 in Wayne County, Indiana. He married on 28 Oct 1830 in Wayne County, Indiana Belinda SULLIVAN, born 1810 in North Carolina.

v Hannah5 HIATT, born 12 Dec 1810 in Wayne County, Indiana. She married on 17 Aug 1830 in Delaware County, Indiana Jacob MCCORMICK, born 11 Jan 1812 in ; died 15 Feb 1872, son of Robert MCCORMICK and Ann MCCORMACK.

10 vi Aaron5 HIATT, born 16 Feb 1815 in Wayne County, Indiana; died 12 Oct 1903 in Greeley, Colorado; buried in Peru, Iowa. He married (1) on 7 Sep 1836 in Lucinda ROBERDS, born 9 May 1814 in Marion Co, Indiana; died 5 Jan 1847 in Grant Co, Indiana, daughter of Thomas ROBERDS and Ann RANDALL; (2) on 17 Aug 1849 in Sarah TILSON, born 1 Jul 1818 in Ohio; died 20 Jun 1880 in Peru, Iowa.

vii Rebecca5 HIATT, born 3 Jan 1813 in Wayne County, Indiana; died 1 Dec 1868 in Grant County, Indiana. She married on 26 Sep 1832 in Grant County, Indiana Daniel WINSLOW, born 25 Jul 1811 in Randolph Co, North Carolina; died 18 May 1889 in Grant Co, Indiana, son of Joseph WINSLOW and Penina PRITCHARD.

viii Nancy5 HIATT, born abt 1815; died 17 Dec 1840. She married on 11 Mar 1835 in Grant County, Indiana Jonathan DAVIS, born <1810> in .

ix Lydia5 HIATT, born 4 Sep 1819 in Wayne County, Indiana; died 23 Oct 1871 in Grant County, Indiana. She married (1) on 4 Feb 1836 in Grant County, Indiana Benjamin ROBERDS, born <1815> in ; died 31 Dec 1841; (2) on 5 Oct 1843 in Grant County, Indiana Joseph DAY, born 1817 in Ohio.



x Elam5 HIATT, born 1823 in Indiana. He married on 25 Oct 1838 in Grant County, Indiana Louisa PATTERSON, born 1827 in Ohio; died 1904 in Grant Co, Indiana.

xi Jesse5 HIATT, born 19 Feb 1826 in Indiana; died Feb 1898 in Madison County, Iowa. He married on 30 Nov 1848 Rebecca Jane PEARSON, born 1828 in Akron, Ohio; died 1911 in Madison County, Iowa, daughter of Jonathan PEARSON and Violet HAWHEE. Notes: IN 1957 JESSE HIATT--WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN TOGETHER WITH ELIJAH HIATT HIS NEPHEW, MOVED TO THE IOWA PRAIRIES. IN IOWA ON A FARM IN MADISON CO. IOWA FIVE MORE CHILDREN WERE ADDED TO OUR FAMILY. THE FOUR GIRLS DIED UNMARRIED.... THE HIATTS AFTER COMING TO IOWA SPELLED THEIR NAME WITH AN 'I' INSTEAD OF 'Y.' THE HIATTS, QUAKERS, WERE VERY DEVOTED TO THE LORDS WORK. MY FATHER, JESSE AND HIS TWO BROTHERS AARON AND ELAM PROMOTED THE BUILDING OF THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN PERU, IOWA, IN 1858 OR 1860. AND WERE FINANCIAL PILLARS UNTIL 1890. AARON MOVED TO IOWA IN EARLY 1850, BOUGHT LAND LAID OUT A TOWN NAMED IT PERU. MY FATHER AND ELAM HIATT CAME IN 1857.'' STORY OF THE RED DELICIOUS APPLE BY MRS. O.D. SILVERTHORNE {NO. {2423.}{R27} ''JESSE {HIATT} BOUGHT 320 A. PRAIRIE LAND, RAISED WHEAT,CORN, HOGS AND CATTLE. MONEY WAS EASLY MADE. HE BUILT A LARGE BARN--HAD MONEY FOR A HOUSE BUT--THERE WAS NO FLOUR MILL NEARER THAN 60 MILES. FRIENDS INDUCED HIM TO FIRST, BUILD A FLOUR MILL. JOSHUA BURSON--BROTHER INLAW--AGREED TO HELP --HE, BORROW MONEY AT 10%. TWO YEARS LATER THE CHINCH BUGS AND DROUTH MADE A CROP FAILURE. TAXES RAISED --SO DID INTEREST--TO 20%. DURING THE MANY YEARS OF HARDSHIPS FOLLOWING THE BUILDING OF THE MILL, TOGETHER WITH CROP FAILURES JESSE HAD BECAME VERY DISCOURAGED. AND TO REST FROM PHYSICAL LABORS, JESSE WENT TO HIS 6 A. ORCHARD WHERE HE COMMUNED WITH THE ALMIGHTY WHO MAKES HIS FRUITS AND NEW GRAFTS TO GROW. THIS WAS MOST RESTFUL TO HIS WEARY NERVES. ''IN 1870 - 71 - 72 - THE SPROUT WHICH DEVELOPED INTO THE WELL KNOWN AND WORLD WIDE KNOWN DELICIOUS APPLE APPEARED IN HIS ORCHARD. IT WAS VERY THRIFTY, FATHER HAD ENOUGH SEEDLING -- IT BEING OUTSIDE THE ROW, HE CUT IT DOWN. HE DID IT THE SECOND TIME. BUT IT INSISTED -- THE THIRD TIME HE SAID -- 'IF YOU MUST GROW YOU MAY.' ITS FIRST APPLE--SO DIFFERENT, SO BEAUITUL AND FRAGRANT WHEN HE TASTED IT --HIS FIRST WORDS WERE - 'IT IS THE BEST APPLE IN THE WHOLE WORLD.' JESSE NEVER CHANGED HIS MIND; FOR TWELVE YEARS HE TRIED TO FIND SOMEONE WHO WOULD PROPOGATE THEM THAT THE WORLD MIGHT BENEFIT BY THEM. AT LAST--AS THE WHOLE APPLE WORLD KNOWS HE FOUND THE RIGHT PARTY. AND WITH HIGHER HELP HE PAID OFF ALL INDEBTEDNESS. AND TWO YEARS BEFORE HIS DEATH 1898--HE BUILT THE NEW HOUSE HE INTENTED BUILDING 20 YEARS BEFORE. HE NEVER RECEIVED ANY COMPENSATION FOR HIS APPLE TREE. BUT HE LEFT A TRIBUTE TO THE WHOLE WORLD --THOUGH HE IS UNKNOWN.''{R27} ''JESSE HIATT {SON} OF WILLIAM} MOVED TO IOWA 18?? SETTLED IN MADISON COUNTY. IN 1872 HE PROPOGATED A NEW APPLE WHICH HE CALLED 'THE HAWKEYS'. IN 1894 HE SOLD PROPOGATION RIGHTS TO C.M. STARK, WHO CHANGED THE NAME TO 'THE DELICIOUS', THE PARENT OF THE FAMOUS STRAIN OF STARK DELICIOUS APPLE. {R91}

xii Matilda5 HIATT, born <1828> in . She married Joshua BURSON.

14. Thomas6 ROBERDS. He married 15. Ann RANDALL.
Children of Thomas ROBERDS and Ann RANDALL were as follows:

11 i Lucinda5 ROBERDS, born 9 May 1814 in Marion Co, Indiana; died 5 Jan 1847 in Grant Co, Indiana. She married on 7 Sep 1836 in Aaron HIATT, born 16 Feb 1815 in Wayne County, Indiana; died 12 Oct 1903 in Greeley, Colorado; buried in Peru, Iowa, son of William HIATT and Elizabeth SULGROVE.


Generation 7
16. Isaac7 HIATT Sr., born 1751 in Frederick Co, Virginia; died 1824 in Guilford County, North Carolina, son of 18. William HIATT and 19. Alice LOWDEN. He married in 1773 in Guilford County, North Carolina 17. Martha THOMAS, born 1750; died 1825 in Indiana.
Children of Isaac HIATT Sr. and Martha THOMAS were as follows:

i Enos6 HIATT Sr., born 2 Mar 1774 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 29 Aug 1846 in Appanoose County, Iowa. He married on 2 Feb 1799 in Guilford County, North Carolina Lydia SULLEN, born 3 Nov 1776 in North Carolina; died 24 Aug 1862 in Appanoose Co, Iowa.

12 ii William6 HIATT, born 18 Aug 1775 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 1 Mar 1855 in Grant County, Indiana. He married on 5 Feb 1799 in Guilford County, North Carolina Elizabeth SULGROVE, born 1774; died 26 May 1849 in Grant County, Indiana; buried in Old Friends Cemetery, Marion, Indiana.

iii Joseph6 HIATT, born 1777 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 22 Aug 1843 in Guilford County, North Carolina. He married on 14 Jan 1813 in Guilford County, North Carolina Sarah PIDGEON, born <1792> in .

iv John6 HIATT, born 1780 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 1824 in Randolph County, Indiana. He married in 1800 in North Carolina Margaret NICHOLS, born 1782 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 1855 in Highland Co, Ohio.

v Isaac6 HIATT Jr., born 24 Aug 1778 in Guilford County, North Carolina; died 28 Feb 1841 in Wayne County, Indiana. He married on 20 Aug 1801 in Guilford County, North Carolina Hannah SULGROVE, born <1780> in .

vi Martha6 HIATT, born abt 1780. She married on 12 Mar 1817 in Guilford County, North Carolina John PIERSON, born <1792> in .

vii Alice6 HIATT, born abt 1782. She married in 1813 in Wayne County, Indiana Joseph WAY, born <1788> in .

viii Catherine6 HIATT, born abt 1784. She married on 20 Dec 1821 in Wayne County, Indiana Matthew ALLMAN, born <1796> in .

ix Edith6 HIATT, born abt 1786. She married on 26 Sep 1823 in Guilford County, North Carolina Schildes MOORE, born <1798> in .

x Rebecca6 HIATT, born abt 1788.

xi Eliza6 HIATT, born abt 1790. She married Joseph WRIGHT.


Generation 8
18. William8 HIATT, born 1700 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; died 16 Jun 1776 in Jefferson, West Virginia, son of 20. John HIATT Sr.Immigrant and 21. Mary Lois SMITH. He married (1) in 1730 in Mrs. William HIATT, born 1710 in ; died 1747 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; (2) in 1748 in Hopewell, Prince George Co, Virginia 19. Alice LOWDEN, born 1728 in Salem, Salem Co, New Jersey; died 1777 in North Carolina, daughter of 22. Renier LOWDEN and 23. Easter WORTHINGTON.

Notes for William HIATT

THE SETTING UP OF HOPEWELL MEETING

Meeting of Worship at Hopewell meeting house, also Richard Beeson Junior,to Read the Said Testimony at Providence Meeting House on a first Day asaffsd.

William HIATT & Alice Lowden appeared at this Meeting Declared theirIntentions of taking each other in Marriage this being the first time,this Meeting appoints James McGrew & Simeon Taylor to inquire into theSaid Wms. Conversation & Clearness in Respect to Marriage & what else maybe needful and make report to the next monthly Meeting Accordingly.

James McGrew & Jno. HIATT is appointed to enquire into Richd.Merchants Convention and what else may be Necessary & prepare aCertificate to North Carolina or elsewhere Alxan. Ross & his son Geor.are appointed to enquire into Wm. Jolliffs Conversation & what else maybe needful & prepare a Certificate to Middletown Monthly Meeting in BucksCounty.This meeting appoints Tho. Mills & Hur Mills to Speak with. Jno.Ross & aquatint him to come to ye next Monthly Meeting & makeSatisfaction for his Misbehavior, or else he may expect to be Testifiedagainst. This Meeting appoints Richd. Beeson Junr. & Mordica Mendingfallto inquire into Wm. Gardeners Conversation & what else may be necessary &make report to ye next Monthly Meeting.

The Meeting Concluded

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Children of William HIATT and Mrs. William HIATT were as follows:

i George7 HIATT, born 1731 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Jun 1787 in Jefferson County, West Virginia. He married in 1762 in Frederick County, Virginia Elizabeth (---), born <1741> in .

ii Simeon7 HIATT Sr., born 1733 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 1798 in Jefferson County, West Virginia. He married in 1765 in Frederick County, Virginia Mary PURVIANCE, born <1744> in ; died bef 1798 in Berkeley Co, Virginia, daughter of Thomas PURVIANCE.

iii William7 HIATT, born 1735 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 16 Feb 1826 in Jefferson County, West Virginia. He married (1) in 1766 in Frederick County, Virginia Sarah (---), born <1745> in ; died 1780/90 in Berkeley Co, Virginia; (2) on 12 Dec 1798 in Frederick County, Virginia Elizabeth THOMPSON, born <1777> in ; died Jefferson Co,Virginia.

iv Catherine7 HIATT, born <1737> in Pennsylvania. She married in 1768 in Frederick County, Virginia Samuel EDWARDS, born <1743> in
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v Rebecca7 HIATT, born <1739> in Pennsylvania. She married in 1766 in Frederick County, Virginia Joseph EDWARDS, born <1741> in


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Children of William HIATT and Alice LOWDEN were as follows:

i John7 HIATT SENIOR, born 1749 in Frederick Co, Virginia; died 1 May 1832 in Clay Co, Missouri. He married in 1773 in Guilford County, North Carolina Susannah ANDERSON, born 1749; died in Kentucky/missouri.

16 ii Isaac7 HIATT Sr., born 1751 in Frederick Co, Virginia; died 1824 in Guilford County, North Carolina. He married in 1773 in Guilford County, North Carolina Martha THOMAS, born 1750; died 1825 in Indiana.

iii James7 HIATT, born 1753 in Frederick Co, Virginia; died in South Carolina.

iv Mary7 HIATT, born 1755 in Frederick Co, Virginia. She married in 1776 in Frederick County, Virginia George Whitefield POPE, born 1750 in Frederick Co, Virginia, son of James POPE and Mrs. POPE.
Generation 9
20. John9 HIATT Sr.Immigrant, born 5 Dec 1674 in Somersetshire, England; died 1726 in Doylestown, Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; buried Opequon Church Cemetery, Frede, son of 24. John Van HIETT and 25. Margaret SMITH. He married in 1695 in England 21. Mary Lois SMITH, born 1677 in Glastonbury, Somerset, England; died 1745 in Buck Co, Pennsylvania; buried 1761 Opequon Church Cemetery, Frede, daughter of 26. William SMITH Senior and 27. Grace JERMIN.

Notes for John HIATT Sr.Immigrant

THIS FAMILY BELONGED TO THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS {QUAKERS} IN ENGLAND, POSSIBLY FLEEING AS DID MANY OF THE SECT, TO HOLLAND OR FRANCE TO ESCAPE PERSECUTION THE LATTER PART OF THE 17TH CENTURY, BEFORE COMING TO AMERICA. {THERE ARE TRADITIONS TO THIS AFFECT --EDITOR.} JOHN HIATT WAS PROBABLY A FARMER, AND, POSSIBLY, A MERCHANT, ALSO. Info:

www.familysearch.org/Search/af/family_group_record.asp?familyid=1278712

At this point, we pick up the family line of John Hiatt (b. abt1674) who in about 1695 married Mary Smith , daughter of William Smithand Grace ?

John Hiatt and Mary Smith - daughter of William and Grace Smithproduced at least three children, John Jr. (b.abt 1720), George(b.abt1724), and William (b.abt1730). Among them, George Hiatt is ourguy.

No record is found of John Hiett in Quaker records in PA but Fall MMin Bucks County PA makes one brief reference to a "Mary Hyot" who was"received on certificate" the 7th of 6m 1706". Of John and Mary littleis known. He is called "yeoman" A yeoman is a free born common man ofthe most respectable class, a freeholder. He was probably a farmer, andpossibly a merchant. He may have also lived in Maryland. It appearsthat they had the following sons: John, George (1698-1793), and William.

Our Thanks to the internet and the dozens of users who have aided in our searches. Most of that contained in this file has not been proven; it is only as I have it in my Family Tree Maker file.

This family belonged to the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in England,possibly fleeing, as did many of the sect., to Holland of France to escape persecution the latter part of the 17th century, before coming to America.

JohnHiett was probably a farmer, and possibly a merchant.

"In Joseph Besse's "ACollection of the Sufferings of the people called Quaker", it mentions a John Hyott of Shipton-Mallett, England, who was taken prisoner in Somersetshire in 1686, at a time when the Quakers were most severely persecuted for their religious beliefs. No further record of this John Hyott has been found. It is possiblethat this John Hyott of Shipton-Mallett is identical with our John Hiett who appears in Pennsylvania around 1699, or is the following a possible lineage of Hyett's from England to America (from "The Visitation of the County of Gloucester1682 to 1683 by Fenwick, page 96.) It appears that our John Hiett probably came to America with William Penn on his second trip to America. Penn's second voyage to Pennsylvainia was in the fall of 1699, and our john Hiett seems to havearrived at about the same time, for it was early that following year that he purchased three hundred acres of land in Bucks County, Pennsylvania for three hundred fifty pounds "current silver money." This can be found in Deed Book 3, page 27, Doylestown, the county seat of Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

No record isfound of John Hiett in Quaker record of Pennsylvania but Fall MM in Bucks County Pennsylvania makes a brief reference to a "Mary Hyott" who was "received on certificate" the 7th of 6th month 1706." Of John and Mary little is known. He iscalled "yeoman." A Yeoman is a free born common man of the most respectable class, a freeholder. He was probably a farmer, and possibly a mercant. He may also have lived in Maryland.
Sources for John HIATT Sr.Immigrant

Life: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM) (June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998), Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA.




Notes for Mary Lois SMITH

Our Thanks to the internet and the dozens of users who have aided in our searches. Most of that contained in this file has not been proven; it is only as I have it in my Family Tree Maker file.


Sources for Mary Lois SMITH

Life: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM) (June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998), Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA.



Children of John HIATT Sr.Immigrant and Mary Lois SMITH were as follows:

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