Surname: Wyatt

Biographies of Western Nebraska

These biographies are of men prominent in the building of western Nebraska. These men settled in Cheyenne, Box Butte, Deuel, Garden, Sioux, Kimball, Morrill, Sheridan, Scotts Bluff, Banner, and Dawes counties. A group of counties often called the panhandle of Nebraska. The History Of Western Nebraska & It’s People is a trustworthy history of the days of exploration and discovery, of the pioneer sacrifices and settlements, of the life and organization of the territory of Nebraska, of the first fifty years of statehood and progress, and of the place Nebraska holds in the scale of character and civilization. In...

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1923 Historical and Pictorial Directory of Angola Indiana

Luedders’ historical and pictorial city directory of Angola, Indiana for the year 1923, containing an historical compilation of items of local interest, a complete canvass of names in the city, which includes every member of the family, college students, families on rural lines, directory of officers of county, city, lodges, churches, societies, a directory of streets, and a classified business directory.

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Biography of William A. Wyatt

WILLIAM A. WYATT. This gentleman is one of the prominent residents of Richland Township, and one whose constancy to the business in hand, and whose thrift has added so greatly to the agricultural regions of Searcy County. He is a native of Warren County, Missouri, born October 2, 1828, and is a son of Lewis L. and Caroline (Tutt) Wyatt, natives of Kentucky and Tennessee, respectively, their marriage in all probability occurring in the latter State. At a very early day they removed to Missouri and first located in Warren County, but in 1843 took up their residence in Searcy County, Arkansas, locating on the farm on which the subject of this sketch is now residing, one and one-half miles from the mouth of Richland Creek, which place was at that time but little improved. On this farm the father spent the rest of his days, dying about 1846. He was a soldier of the War of 1812, was a lifelong farmer, and was honest, industrious and well-to-do. He had one brother and one sister, John and Polly, both of whom died in Warren County, Missouri, the latter the wife of James Bland. Their father died when they were young and their mother afterward married Hedgeman Anderson, both of whom died in Warren County, Missouri, where they were early settlers. The grandfather, Richard Tutt, probably removed from Tennessee to...

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Biographical Sketch of Frank Wyatt

Frank Wyatt, of North Carolina, had the following children John, William, Frank, Jr., Ricks, Polly, Elizabeth, 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 ware 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 Judge of the County Court for some time, and Sheriff two terms. Sarah Wyatt married Walter T. James, who settled in Warren County in 1709. They had Frank W., Mary A., William S., John B., Elizabeth, Joel P., Rex, and Lyeurgus. 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...

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Biographical Sketch of Frank Wyatt

Frank Wyatt 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, Emily, Frank, Douglass, Jr., Joseph and Mary. Joseph Wyatt, son of Frank, Sr., died a bachelor, in Franklin Co., Mo. (Children of Anthony Wyatt.) 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 boat for Thomas Howell, who...

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Curtis Van Wyatt

Private, Btry. D. 53rd F. A.; of Rowan County; son of J. E. and Mrs. Janetta Wyatt. Husband of Mrs. Mary Alice Wyatt. Entered service March 6, 1918, at Charlotte, N.C. Sent to Ft. Scriven, Ga., transferred to Camp Stuart, Va. Sailed for Brest, France, Aug. 25, 1918. Fought at Verdun Sector, Argonne Forest. Sailed for USA Feb. 25, 1919. Landed March 11, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Eustis, Va., March 23,...

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Wyatt, Lester Jay – Obituary

Lester Jay Wyatt, 27, teacher and head basketball coach of Hanford High School, died Tuesday [November 1, 1982] at his home in Richland. He was born in Ellensburg on Dec. 31, 1954, the only son of Marvin and Kathryn Wyatt of Ellensburg. He graduated from Ellensburg High School in 1973 and from Central Washington University in 1977 with a degree in education. Mr. Wyatt taught and coached for one year at Tonasket High School. Since 1979 he had been a teacher and coach at Hanford High. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wyatt of Ellensburg; a sister, Mrs. John (Jane) Floyd of Spokane and his grandparents, Helen Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wyatt, all of Ellensburg. Funeral services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at Evenson Chapel. The Rev. Donald Meekhof will officiate and burial will follow at the IOOF Cemetery. Daily Record, November 3, 1982 Contributed by: Shelli...

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Wyatt, Helen Hartwell – Obituary

Mrs. Helen Hartwell Wyatt, 68, a Kittitas valley resident for 31 years, died here Thursday [January 3, 1952] evening at 9 o’clock in the Airway Nursing Home. She had been ill for the past 18 years and had been at the nursing home for the last four years. She is survived by her husband, Arthur Wyatt of Kittitas, whom she married January 12, 1918 at Twin Falls, Idaho. Other surviving relatives include a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Martens of Montesano; three sisters, Mrs. Louie Welles of Los Angeles, California, Mrs. Caroline Patrick of Rogerson, Idaho, and Mrs. Dorothy Gish of Benicia, California; five brothers, Fred Hartwell of Bulh Idaho, Albert Hartwell of Ketchum, Idaho, Jim Hartwell of Wendell, Idaho, Harry Hartwell of Whittier, California and Harold Hartwell of Missoula, Montana and two grandchildren. The body will be taken from Honeycutt-Evenson funeral home here at 2 a.m. Saturday by train to Buhl, Idaho, where funeral and burial services will be conducted. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Wyatt, Leslie Elmer – Obituary

Former Resident Dies in Seattle. Leslie E. Wyatt, 62, formerly of Ellensburg, died at his home in Seattle Sunday afternoon, it was learned here today. He had resided here for several years and moved to Seattle four years ago. Survivors include his wife, Sarah and father, Felix, both of Seattle; a son, Kenneth of Salem, Oregon; three brothers, Art and Otis of Ellensburg and William of Seattle; and four sisters, Mrs. Lula Ferrier of Spokane; Mrs. Mayme Ferguson, Coeur d’Alene, Ida., Mrs. Howard Boughman, Seattle; and Mrs. Ben Ferguson, Ellensburg. Funeral services will be held at the Honeycutt-Evenson chapel Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock, followed by interment in the I.O.O.F. cemetery. Leslie was born June 22, 1885 in Illinois. He died January 12, 1947. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Wyatt, Arthur Grundy – Obituary

Graveside services for Arthur Wyatt, 81, longtime Ellensburg resident who died Friday, Nov. 1 at Bernath Nursing Home, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the IOOF Cemetery. The Rev. John Gaub will officiate. Born Sept. 15, 1887 in Shelton, Wyatt came to Ellensburg from Shelton in 1903. He was married to Helen Hartwell in Twin Falls, Ida., in 1918. She preceeded him in death in 1952. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ray Martens, Sequim; two granddaughters; seven great grandchildren; two brothers, William and Otis Wyatt, Ellensburg; three sisters, Mrs. Lulu Ferrier, Spokane, Mrs. Neillie Baughman, Seattle, and Mrs. Mamie Ferguson, Bellevue. Arthur died November 1, 1968. His parents were Felix Grundy Wyatt and Mary M. Birney. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Wyatt, Mary Melissa Birney – Obituary

Mrs. F. G. Wyatt, 76, well-known Kittitas resident, died at her home Monday night [August 15, 1938] after a short illness. Mrs. Wyatt was born January 23, 1862, at Jewitt, Illinois. She was married at Mt. Rose, Mo., February 16, 1881, to F. G. [Felix Grundy] Wyatt, they came West and settled at Shelton in 1886. They moved to the Kittitas Valley 35 years ago and had lived at Kittitas since 1912. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1931. Mrs. Wyatt is survived by her widower; eight children, L. E. Wyatt and A. G. Wyatt of Kittitas; Mrs. Mamie Ferguson and Mrs. D. H. Baughman [Nellie] of Seattle; Mrs. H. A. Ferrier [Lulu] of Malden, and Mrs. Ben Ferguson [Nora], W. B. Wyatt and Otis L. Wyatt of Ellensburg. There are 13 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the Honeycutt Chapel here. Rev. Earle D. Sims of Kittitas was in charge. [Interment at IOOF Cemetery] Contributed by: Shelli...

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Wyatt, Lester Jay – Obituary

Lester Jay Wyatt, 27, teacher and head basketball coach for Hanford High School, died Tuesday at his home in Richland. He was born in Ellensburg on Dec. 31, 1954, the only son of Marvin and Kathryn Wyatt of Ellensburg. He graduated from Ellensburg High School in 1973 and from Central Washington University in 1973 with a degree in education. Mr. Wyatt taught and coached for one year at Tonasket High School. Since 1979 he had been a teacher and coach at Hanford High. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wyatt of Ellensburg; a sister, Mrs. John (Jane) Floyd of Spokane and his grandparents, Helen Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wyatt, all of Ellensburg. Funeral services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at Evenson Chapel. The Rev. Donald Meekhof will officiate and burial will follow at the IOOF Cemetery. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Wyatt, Kenneth E. – Obituary

A former minor league baseball pitcher, Kenneth E. Wyatt, died Thursday [February 24, 1977]. He was 51. Mr. Wyatt, of 10108 East F St., was born in Kittitas. He had lived in Tacoma since 1960. Mr. Wyatt held the strike-out record In the Western International League for a few years. He played with the Spokane Indians and Salem Solons in the late 1940s. He was a travel guard at Western State Hospital. Mr. Wyatt was an Army veteran of the Second World War and a member of the Parkland Moose Lodge. He is survived by two daughters, Karen and Teri Wyatt, both of Tacoma. Dryer Mortuary is in charge. Kenneth was the son of Leslie Wyatt and Sarah Rutledge and grandson of Felix Grundy and Mary Birney. The family has roots in Ellensburg. Contributed by: Shelli...

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