18. Jane (Haute) Wyatt
Had 10 children, only 3, George (21), Anne (22), Jane (23) grew up.
1571 Queen Elizabeth restored family in blood and arms through influence of distant kinswoman. Properties of Boxley Abbey and Wavering Manor (but NOT Allington Castle, already given to John Astley), thus relieving Janeâ€™s poverty which had made her and her family dependent on the Haute relatives and friends for 17 years. 1638 Appeared in the Archdeacons Court of Canterbury, Oct 26th 1638 and petitioned for the administration of the estate of her son Haute Wyatt, later vicar of Boxley, Kent.
19. Elizabeth Darrell (sometimes spelt Darrall).
Daughter of Sir Edward Darrell of Littlecote (Wilts) Chamberlain to Queen Catharine of Aragon. Became Maid of Honour to Katharine of Aragon, and like her, refused to take the Oath of Supremacy. When the Queen died in 1536 she left Mrs Darrell with Â£200 for her marriage, though none was in prospect. After
1538 Became the mistress of Sir Thomas Wyatt (the younger - 17)
1540 Bore him a son Francis Darrell Wyatt (20), Sir Thomas Wyatt (the elder - 15) left Elizabeth properties in Dorset with the right of reversion to her son Francis.
1543 Properties were confirmed as being held, by Elizabeth. She bore 3 sons of Sir Thomas - Henry, who died in infancy, Francis, who took the name of Darrell, and Edward, whose date of birth has not been traced.
Elizabeth eventually married Robert Strowde in 1554 shortly after receiving a legacy from Queen Catharine.
Muir in his book, Life and Letters of Sir Thomas Wyatt, assets that Elizabeth Darrell was the mistress of Sir Thomas Wyatt the elder, and not Sir Thomas Wyatt the younger as usually given. He quotes various state papers in support of his statement.
Elizabeth Darrell was the daughter of Sir Edward Darrell, of Littlecote, Wiltshire, by his first wife, Anne and was in the service of the Marchioness of Exeter at the time. She eventually married Robert Strowde in 1554, shortly after receiving a legacy from Queen Catharine. She was the mother of Francis Darrell, (Wyatt) born in 1540.
At Cromwellâ€™s suggestion, Sir Thomas Wriothesley wrote to Wyatt, the elder, informing him of the arrest of the Marquis of Exeter and Lord Montague on a charge of treason. Cromwell knew that Wyatt was acquainted with at least one member of the Marquis of Exeterâ€™s household, Elizabeth Darrell, who had already been forced to give evidence, and who had mentioned Wyattâ€™s visit to her when he was last in England. It is probable that she was already his mistress, and that he was naturally disturbed at Exeterâ€™s alleged treason. (State Papers)
Wyatt had been to see Elizabeth Darrell on his visit to England from Spain, the previous June. We know this from the evidence of Jerome Ragland, given on Oct 28th. (State Papers no 70) In 1534, on his return to England he reported to the King, and afterwards spent some time at Allington Castle, re-united with Elizabeth Darrell, and made some attempt to put his finances in order.
When Wyat was a arrested for suspected Lutheran sympathies the Privy Council instructed Sir Richard Southwell to proceed to Allington Castle and confiscate, for the King, all the plate, household stuff, armoury, guns and horses, and also to "discharge from thens, the Lady Poynings and yong Wyattes wief". He was also instructed to ask Elizabeth Darrell "Wither she intended to go to any such place wheras she shuld be ordered --- untill the Kingâ€™s highnes further pleasur we knowen therin"
The whole incident was the result of false accusations by Bonner, Bishop of London, who was jealous of Wyatt and wished to take his place as Ambassador. After a short period in the Tower and apparently no formal trial, Wyatt was released in 1541.
Wyatt retired to Allington and devoted the next six months to writing his Penitential Psalms. Elizabeth Darrell was living at Allington at this time, as well as Lady Poynings and Wyattâ€™s son and daughter-in-law.
On June 12th 1541 Wyatt made his will in which he made provision both for Elizabeth Darrell and for his illegitimate son by her, Francis Darrell, alias Wyatt. He bequeathed lands in Dorset and Somerset to her, with the remainder to her son. She also received the estate at Tarrant given to her in 1544 by Sir Thomas (the younger). 19. Elizabeth Darrell and her children.
Elizabeth bore 3 sons of Sir Thomas:- Henry, who died in infancy, Francis, who took the name of Darrell and Edward who was executed among the rebels after the Wyatt Rebellion of 1554.
Various authors and authorities give conflicting accounts of Elizabeth Darrellâ€™s connection with the Wyatts.
1 Stanley Wyatt, in "Cheneys and Wyatts" Page 111, definitely states that she became the mistress of Sir Thomas Wyatt, the younger 1521-1554, by whom she had a son Francis, with a passing reference to "another little Wyatt" who may be Edward.
2 According to A R Simons in "The Queen and the Rebel", Edward was the natural son of Sir Thomas, the younger, and he gives a full description of the boyâ€™s attendance at the early meetings of the main conspirators, his torture in the Tower and his execution, probably at Maidstone, on the 17th, with Thomas Cobham.
3 Muir, in "Life and Letters of Sir Thomas Wyatt", (the elder) 1503-1542, states she was the mistress of Sir Thomas, the elder, quoting Letters and Papers of Henry VII, VIII, No 674. Thomas the Elder visited Elizabeth in 1538, but the date could fit either father, aged 35, or the son aged 17, who had been ever persuaded by his parents into marriage with Jane Haute when he was 16, and form whom he later became estranged.
4 Sir Thomas, the elder, left Elizabeth property in Dorset when he died, while Sir Thomas, the younger on entering into his fatherâ€™s estates in 1543, which were already heavily encumbered with debts, sold part of them to pay the debts and then in addition, settled the estate of Tarrant, in Dorset on Francis Darrell.
5 Dr William Haute Wyatt, (Indiana University), states she had three children by Sir Thomas (the elder or younger is not given) Henry, Francis and Edward. He states that Edward was a boy of 13 or 14 when he was caught up in Thomas the youngerâ€™s rebellion, an age which makes either man the possible father.
6 Edward Wyatt was living at Allington with Sir Thomas, the younger, at the time of the Rebellion, and followed him in the march, was finally captured and tortured(to see what he knew of the suspected connection between Sir Thomas and the future Queen Elizabeth) and executed, which seems to suggest he was the son of Sir Thomas the younger.
Cross references fit the cases of both men - is it possible that she became the mistress of both men?
Edward Wyatt is mentioned by Loades in his edited version of George Wyattâ€™s papers as "the suppositious son of Sir Thomas Wyatt, the elder.
20. Francis Darrell Wyatt, 1540 -
One of the three illegitimate sons of either Sir Thomas, the elder or younger, depending on which evidence you accept, by Elizabeth Darrell. Three are known, Henry, who died in infancy, Francis and Edward. There is some confusion between Francis and Edward.
Francis took the name of Darrell and seems to have been taken into the Darrell family and from there disappears, no further references have been found to date. The boy questioned, and executed after the rebellion seems to have been Edward.
20 A Edward Wyatt
(According to AR Simons "The Queen and the Rebel") Edward was the natural son of Sir Thomas, the younger
1554 Jan 21st Was present among relatives, friends and neighbours called to a meeting at Allington Castle to discuss the date for the insurrection.
Jan 24th He is listed among the principal leaders and gentry of the neighbourhood who slept on the floor of the hall of Allington Castle, ready for the assembly at Penenden Heath, Boxley the next day.
Jan 25th Accompanied his father on the march to London, and surrendered at Ludgate Hill with about 60 other rebels and was taken to the Tower.
Feb 9th Bishop Gardiner referred to him as "one little Wyatt" who might be usefully interrogated, (presumably on the rack), to see if he knew anything of his fatherâ€™s relations with Princess Elizabeth. Gardinerâ€™s exact words to Sir William Petre, Governor of the Tower, were:- "Whether ye press him to say the truth by sharp punishment or promise of life"
Feb 19th Thomas Cobham and little Edward Wyatt were sentenced to be hanged, drawn and quartered.
Date of birth untraced.
21 George 1550-1623
1571 George and family restored in blood and arms after having been deprived of them in consequence of Bill of Attainment and execution of his father, Sir Thomas in 1554. Admitted to Graysâ€™ Inn when 17.
1582 When age 18 married Jane Finch (24) daughter of Sir Thomas Finch, (deceased) an heiress, which restored family fortunes. Had 3 sons, Francis, Haute and George, and a daughter who married Lord Finch, a relative of Georgeâ€™s mother. He wrote the "Life of Anne Boleyn" which was published and a history of the Wyatt family which is in the British Museum in manuscript form. Saw active service as a soldier, lived to 73, wife outlived him by 20 years. Took Holy Orders as vicar of Boxley.
1623 Died, buried at Boxley.
THE PAPERS OF GEORGE Wyatt ESQ OF BOXLEY ABBEY
Documents selected from the Wyatt common place book, originally the work of Richard Wyatt (85) and date from 1727. Now part of the Wyatt property of the earl of Romney, deposited at the British Museum, loan collection 15. Many refer to the household and estates accounts of Francis and Richard Wyatt 1746 - 53.
George Wyatt 1554 - 1624 (21).
Was an historian of the 16th Century whose work formed the basis of the Cave-Browneâ€™s History of Boxley Parish.
Richard Wyatt 1673 - 1753 (85)
Was the compiler of the volume, last of the male line who dies in 1753 age about 80. He bequeathed his property to Robert Marsham, 2nd Baron Romney, a distant relative, descended from Margaret the daughter of Elizabeth 1630 - 1711 (23) and Thomas Bosville, who had married Sir Robert Marsham.
The original collector was his great great grandfather, George, (21) son of Sir Thomas Wyatt (the younger, 17), who between 1590 - 1624 devoted his energies to History Military Science.
George Cas, a contemporary, who assisted him was Vicar of Boxley 1589 - 1632. Many of the papers were destroyed by Jane (Duke) Wyatt (29) Wyattâ€™s wife who received them (through her husband (29) Henry) as heir to Francis (25).
22 Anne Wyatt
Married Roger Twysden, who completed and presented the pedigree of Twysdens at the "Visitations" in 1578. This also shows the pedigree of his wife, Anne, back five generations. They became ancestors of the present Lord Romney.
Married Thomas Scott who was related to the Twysdens.
24 Jane (Finch) Wyatt
Wife of George (21) was daughter of Sir Thomas Finch, who had taken an active part in the suppression of revolt led by Sir Thomas Wyatt (17) her father-in-law.
25 Sir Francis Wyatt. 1575-1644
1603 Matriculated at St Maryâ€™s Hall, Oxford.
1604 Admitted to Graysâ€™ Inn
1618 Knighted by James I, married Margaret, sister of Sir Edwin Sandys, who was a member of the Virginia Company, London and organised the emigration of Dutch and English settlers to America. Founded town of Plymouth, Massachusetts.
1621-29 and 1639-42. Through this marriage connection, Sir Francis was nominated Governor of Virginia, an area which covered a large tract of eastern seaboard of America covering not only the present US State of Virginia but several of the other States as well, which afterwards received separate names.
During the first year of office 1300 settlers arrived in Virginia, but inflow was checked in 1622 due to Indians revolt, when 300 settlers were massacred. With the seat of government at Jamestown during his second term of office there developed a thriving community some seven miles away, between Jamestown on the James River and Yorktown on the York River. This was called "Middle Plantation" the name being changed to Williamsburg, when a college was built there and named in honour of William and Mary, 1693. (It no has over 5000 students). From records in the Land Office in Richmond, among the first residents of Middle Plantation were Edward Wyot (36) and George (35) in 1645. (York County Land Records)
During his governorship, Sir Francis signed his name on land records in FIVE different ways:- from Wyot - Wiatt - Wyat - Wyet - to Wyatt.
Sir Francis Wyatt, in a letter to his father George Wyatt (21) dated 4 April 1623:-
"James City sayes, Mrs Boyse, reporteth a great deale of misetie that oâ€™ people endure and not least Hungerin wch thâ€™ Indians also suffer extreme. The Company agreed wâ€™th Capt Each (Mr of thâ€™ Abigaile) for erecting of a Fort vpon the Oister bankes; but it pleased God to call him away, presently after his coming and I feare he vnderstood not the place where intent was to build it; forvpon triall it prooved a loose false grounde, besides the Capt beeing dead there was not left that would certaine vndertake it or covenant to pforme it in any resonable tyme. So we resolved to dismiss the Ship (lying at 160 a month) and wâ€™th oâ€™ land men (leavying every XXth man towarde the Worke) vnder the Comâ€™d of Capt Roger Smyth who lived 12 or 13 years in the Wars in the Low Countreyes to build a blcokhouse vpon the Shoare where we might well comand shipping and wâ€™hall have a strong Plantacon the gound being rich and good; This will at least give a beginning to what may be done hereafter of greater consequence."
Sir Francis Wyatt, knighted by Charles I, had a daughter Elizabeth (/30) who married James Bosville. Their daughter Frances (32) carried the estate to her husband, Sir Thomas Selyard, but Edwin (30) younger brother of Henry, a distinguished lawyer, established his claim to a large portion of the estate against his niece, Lady Selyard, leaving her only the Abbey and land adjoining.
Governor of Virginia
1621 Arrived at Jamestown in October. Brought with him a new constitution for the Colony. This famous ordinance furnished the model of every subsequent form of Anglo-American government. During the first year 21 vessels bringing more than 1300 settlers arrived.
1622 Prosperity checked by Indian rising when over 300 settlers were massacred.
Wyattâ€™s father died in Ireland in Sept 1625 and Wyatt left Virginia to succeed to his property at Boxley.
Buried in Boxley Church 1644, lived to 70, wife survived him by 40 years, 5 sons and one daughter.
26 Haute Wyatt 1594-1638
Second son of George and Jane (Finch) Wyatt.
1611 Matriculated at Queenâ€™s College, Oxford, took Holy Orders.
1618 Married Elizabeth Mitford, who died October 1626 at Boxley.
1626 Returned to England with Elizabeth and two sons.
1629 Married Anne Cox, who died in childbirth 1631/32 at Boxley. Joined his brother Francis in Virginia, officiated as minister at Jamestown Church.
1631 Vicar of Boxley.
1638 Buried at Boxley. Rev. Haute took over religious ministrations of Virginia and Chaplain to the Governor, (his brother Sir Francis). Less than six months later came the massacre of the settlers by the Indians, "but Jamestown having been warned in time, the Governor, his entourage and settlers there escaped the holocaust". Barbara Mitford, his first wife, did not accompany her husband to Virginia for neither she nor her children are listed with him in the census there of 1623. Upon his return to England in 1626 with his brother, Sir Francis, called there by the death of their father, which occurred in 1624, Haute Wyatt settled again in Boxley, where his wife gave birth to a third child, Oct 1626 and died shortly afterwards. He married again in 1629, Anna (daughter of John Cox of Kent) who gave birth to two children before her death in Feb. 1631. In 1632 the Rev. Haute Wyatt succeeded to the charge of Boxley Parish and became vicar. He lived there with his aged mother, Lady Jane Wyatt, until his death in 1638. As he left no will, his mother appeared in the Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, October 26th 1638 and petitioned for the administration of his estate. Haute Wyattâ€™s children were listed as "George, aged 19, Edward, aged 17, John, aged 10, Ann, aged 7.
27 George Wyatt
Third son of Sir George (21) married and had issue. His grandson also named George, was chief clerk of the votes office of the House of Commons and married Hannah Wood.
This grandson had 3 sons, Samuel, Charles and George and three daughters. His youngest daughter Hannah, (born 1735) married William Vincent, Headmaster of Westminster School and Dean of Westminster Abbey, who died in 1815. Both were buried in Westminster Abbey.
28 Eleanora, 1624-1649
1623 "Eleanore uxor Johâ€™ Finch". She married John, Lord Finch of Forditch, a relative of Georgeâ€™s (21) mother. John Finch was a barrister. He became a Member of Parliament for Canterbury and Speaker of the House of Commons in 1628 and in 1640 was raised to the peerage as Lord Finch. He supported King Charles over "Shipmoney" tax and had to flee for his life to Holland. His marriage was an unhappy one. He was buried in St Martinâ€™s Church, Canterbury, aged 77, where there is an inscription on a cumbrous monument.
29 Henry of Boxley Abbey.
Son of Sir Francis and Margaret. Baptised 1620, died 1620 in infancy.
30 Edwin Wyatt. 1629-1714
1648 Admitted to Inner Temple, and in due course became a Bencher of his Inn. Practised as a barrister, became Sergeant at Law and in 1648 Recorder of Maidstone and Canterbury. Married Frances Crispe, had three sons, but none had male issue. Was the first to adopt the modern spelling of Wyatt. Died in 1714 aged 85. He conducted a law suit against Frances (32) for the return of Boxley Abbey to the Wyatt family and succeeded. Arms - " Parti per fesse gules and azure, a barnacle argent, for Wiat, impaling gules three arrows or, for Hales.
WIAT MEMORIAL, (Boxley Church)
"Edwin Wiat, Serjeant-at- law, (30) son and heire male of Sir Francis Wiat of Boxley Abbey, and Margaret, his wife, was at one time justice of the peace, recorder of Canterbury, and recorder and burgess in Parliament for the Corporation of Maidstone, one of the council in the Marches of Wales, and chief justice of the grand sessions for the counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan. He married Frances, second daughter and coheire of Thomas Crispe, of Quex in Thanet, Esq, by whom he had Thomas and other sons and Margaretta and other daughters, buried in the chancel and hath Edwin, Francis and Richard, living and erected this monument 1702. To the memory of Sir Francis Wiat, of Allington Castle, Knight banneret, descended of that ancient family, who was imprisoned and tortured in the Tower, in the reign of King Richard III, kept in the dungeon , where fed and preserved by a cat. He married Ann, daughter of Thomas Skinner Esq, of Surrey, was of the privy Council to King Henry VIII, and married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Brooke, Lord Cobham and well known for learning and embassy in the reign of that King. Sir Thomas Wiat of Allington Castle, his only son married Jane, youngest daughter of Sir William Hawt, of this County, and was beheaded in the reign of Queen Mary, leaving George Wiat, his only son who lived to age, who married Jane, daughter of Sir Thomas Finch, of Eastwell and Katharine his wife, restored in blood by act of parliament of the 13th of Queen Elizabeth, and leaving only two daughters, Anna, who married Roger Twysden of Royden Hall Esq and Jane who married Thomas Scot Esq. George Wiat was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir Francis Wiatt, twice governor of Virginia, and married Margaret, daughter of Sir Samuel Sandys of Ombersley in Worcestershire. George Wiat left also Hawte Wiat, who died vicar of this parish, and hath issue living in Virginia and left also Elionora, married to Sir Thomas Finch, baron of Forditch. Sir Francis Wiat by his wife Margaret had issue the said Edwin Wiat and also Elizabeth, who married Thomas Bosville of Little Mote, Einsford, Esq and by him hath Margaretta his only daughter and heire, who is married to Sir Robert Marsham of the Mote in Maidstone, knight and barronet. On this monument is the arms. (Description by Cave-Brown)
1 Parti per fesse, azure and gules, a barnacle argent (Wyat)
2 Argent, three bars gules, and in chief a greyhound courant sable. (Skipworth)
4 Argent, on a chevron Sable, five horse shoes or. (Crispe)
5 Argent, on a chevron Sable, between three hearts gules as many mullets or.
6 Or, a cross engraled gules. (Hawte)
Son of 25, and Margaret, baptised 1620m died in infancy.
32 Frances Elizabeth b 1696
Married Sir Thomas Selyard. Age 19. No male issue. Carried the Manor of Boxley with her, on her marriage but Edwin Wyatt, (84) successfully sued for its return to the Wyatt Family.
33 Elizabeth - 1630-1711
Fourth child of Francis (25) married Thomas Bosville and had a daughter Margaret, who married Sir Robert Marsham. It was to this line that Richard (85) eventually willed, on his death, Boxley Abbey. Robert Marsham eventually became Lord Romney, into whose possession the "Wiat" papers came.
34 Elinor d1679
Second child of Henry (29) 35 Edward 1619-1698
"Middle Plantations" and Gloucester County, Virginia, USA - Middle Plantations afterwards known at Williamsburg.
Was born in 1619 in Kent, England and died in Gloucester County, Virginia. His estate was called "Boxley" after the old parish, where his father was vicar. Another of the ancestral homes in Virginia was "Old Upton". Both these estates were for generations homes for the Wyatts. Edward received patents for the lands in Gloucester County in 1662 and for Middle Plantations in 1663. He married Jane Conquest (1662-1698) and had among issue Conquest, b1665(?) (86)
Appears in York County Records "Edward Wyot living with George Wyot at this place in 1645"
Patented land in Gloucester (1633) totalling 2,200 acres, planted tobacco on a large scale, where his estate is still known as "Boxley", though it has passed out of the Wyatt ownership.
Was known as the "Great Planter". He appears to have been the eldest son, born about 1620, despite what was probably an error in listing the children of Haute Wyatt in the administration accounts which named him as the second son. This is born out by claim by his descendants in Virginia to "Boxley" (Boxley Abbey?) in England, when the Wyatt line through Sir Francis became extinct.
Edward Wyatt, first mentioned in Virginia records as Edwin Wyatt, "a headright" in a land patent issued September 3rd 1663, to his uncle Sir Francis. He had apparently come to the country when Sir Francis was sent, as governor, a second time, in 1639.
He acquired, by Sept 3rd 1663, 850 acres at Middle Plantations (Williamsburg, York County). On July 20 1662 he had obtained a patent for 1230 acres in Gloucester County, "upon the Pianketank River, for transportation of 25 persons". This probably confirms a gift of land in the Pianketank area made to Edward Wyatt 29th Oct 1655 by "Pindavako the Protector of the young king of Chiskoyack".
The Wyatt plantation "Boxley" upon the Pianketank River eventually divided and "Old Upton" and "New Upton" cut from it.
The surname of Edward Wyattâ€™s wife is believed to have been Conquest.
There is a Photostat copy in original source file of the document showing the deed of gift of CHISKOYAKE INDIAN LAND TO EDWARD Wyatt IN 1655.
36 George 1622-1705
Eldest son of Haute (26) was probably the first Wyatt born in the New World. He left Virginia but returned in 1639. Just after his fatherâ€™s death, while his uncle, Sir Francis, was still governor.
He settled in Gloucester County, Virginia, then moved to Kent County where he had a properous cooperage business.
Was of "Middle Plantations" and Gloucester County, Virginia, went to England with his parents in 1625, was reared and educated there but returned in 1639. He patented lands in Williamsburg in 1642 and had among other children, Henry (41) b 1647. George purchased, (with a George Lake) on April 12th 1642, 400 acres in James City County.
He died prior to 1671/72 at which time "Henry Wyatt, son and heir of George Wyatt of "Middle Plantations" deceased".
37 John 1630-1666
Son of Rev Haute (26) and Anna Cox m (1) Mary ------ who died 1653, by whom he had Edmon (94) and William (95). Afterwards he married (2) Jane Osborne d 1665 by whom he had John Wyatt (96) and Ann.
John was born in England and went to Virginia by 1652 when he claimed as a "headright" by Colonel Thomas Pettus for land patented in Westmoreland County and from whom the Wyatts of "Plain Dealings" are descended. See Genealogical charts insert no 7. Plain Dealings is in Gloucester County, Virginia.
38 Ann 1631
Sometimes given as Katharine Ann, baptised at Boxley Feb 1631, m Charles Nicholas Everleigh (or Everley), died in Virginia.
Was mentioned, with her brother John, in the will of their cousin Eleanor Wyatt, (1624-1649), only child of Henry, younger brother of Haute (26).
39 Thomas Wyatt d 1534
Eldest son of William of Essex (10) died soon after his father. Married Margaret in 1516 daughter of Sir Thomas Haute, who was the aunt of Jane Haute the widow of Sir Thomas Wyatt (18). She inherited her fatherâ€™s property at Bradwell, Tillingham and Sutton.
Third son of William of Essex (10). Married Jane Herne of Surrey and had a son, Edward of Kent (46).
Williamâ€™s daughter married John Savile of Lupset in Yorkshire, Keeper of Sandal Castle. Husband John Savile became Esquire to Sir Thomas Wyatt of Kent. Brass in Aylesford Church, 1545 - "John Savile, gentleman, servant to Sir Thomas Wyatt". Given by Norroy King of Arms in Yorkshire Visitations 1563,1564. Later married Leonard Bate who founded Alms houses in Wakefield by his will dated 31.8.1580.
43 Francis of Barking
Married Frances Ellis.
44 Thomas of Barking
45 Edward of Tillingham Hall in Essex.
46 Edward of Kent
Married Cecile Dingley of Charlton (Worcestershire) and had several sons, including John of Hamshaw (61) and Robert (62).
Married three times and had 2 sons and 3 daughters.
Third son of Richard (52) lived at Horsted Keynes in Sussex, where his descendants continued to live for two hundred years afterwards. In the church is a cross in memory of the men who lost their lives in the 1914 - 1916 war. The names include Godfrey Wyatt or Horsted Keynes, a lieutenant in the Lancashire Fusiliers.
Third Francis, grandson of (53) became the heir of his father and his brother.
Son of William, the third son of Francis (54) was Sheriff of Sussex in 1789.
57 Thomas 1765 - 1856
Brother of Richard (55), left descendants who served in the army with distinction, some in the Peninsular war under Wellington, others in the Boer War of 1899, others in the World War of 1914 - 1916. The youngest and last of the family being killed at Gallipoli in 1915.
Descendent of Thomas (57) killed at Gallipoli 1915.
61 John Wyatt of Flansham 1532 - 1592
Had descendants that lived at Flansham for 180 years after his death, the property being sold in 1757 by a William Wyatt. Flansham is near Bognor Regis. 62 Robert
Second son of Edward of Kent (46) had a son Mathew.
63 Mathew 1561 - 1626
Was son of Robert (62) was an architect as well as a farmer.
64 Richard of Essex 1620 - 1715
Married Prudence and died at the age of 95.
65 John 1662 - 1695
Became a pupil of his father (63) after getting into debt at Oxford and taking no degree. After 2 years went to India in the service of the East India Company. Returning to London, he took up architecture again as a career and rebuilt Drury Lane Theatre. Later in life he again got into debt and died in Camden Town almost in poverty.
66 John d. 1714
Son of (65). Nothing is known except that John (65) had two sons; John (66) and Henry. John had three children; Roger (68), Thomas (69) and Martha (70).
67 Henry . 2nd son of John (65)
68 Roger . Eldest son of John (66). Had a son and two daughters.
69 Thomas 1712 - 1771.
Had two daughters, Miriam (1758 - 1806) and Martha; and two sons, Richard and Francis (1768 - 1801)
70 Martha . Daughter of John (66)
71 Francis (1768 - 1801).
Was the second son of Thomas (69). Became a Metropolitan Police Magistrate and had 3 sons and 2 daughters.
72 John (1799 - 1861).
Third son of Francis (71). Appears to have owned property in London entitling him to vote. He had two sons, Edward and John; and a daughter Jane.
73 John d 1864.
Died in 1864. Was the second son of John(72). He had 4 children; Joseph, Albert, Benjamin and Prudence.
74 Albert (1824 - 1871).
Second son of John (73). Was a solicitor (or solicitors clerk) and had 3 children; Margaret, Joseph and Albert.
75 Albert (1856 - 1903).
Appears as a small property owner. Married late in life to Alice (Hampton) Wyatt, who died in child birth May 1901, of a son John. The baby was placed with foster parents.
76 John Hampton Wyatt (1901 - 1975)
Educated at Judd School, Tonbridge, son of Albert (75), trained as a teacher at Goldsmithâ€™s College, University of London 1919 - 1921, as a specialist in history. Was the only candidate of the year to obtain a double distinction. Later he studied for London BSc (Econ). He was well known as a sportsman and athlete, particularly in amateur boxing (representing London University), and in swimming, obtaining every qualification for amateur and professional as an instructor though remaining an amateur. In 1946 he was President of the Augustineâ€™s Association of Head Teachers and in 1948 President of the Kent Federation of Head Teachers Associations, and for some years a delegate to the National Conferences. He was also an examiner for the Kent Education Committee at the oral examinations of candidates for secondary grammar education.
He taught in Tunbridge Wells, then at Margate Selective Central School becoming head of department and in 1931 was appointed Headmaster of Chartham County School and later Headmaster of Chartham Secondary Modern School retiring in December 1961.
He married Florence (Hodge) in 1925 and there was one son Michael John (78).
77 Florence Marian (1901 - 1991)
Was the daughter of Walter Hodge, a cricket ball maker. She trained as a teacher at St Gabrielâ€™s College, London, after being educated at Tonbridge County School, and taught in Tunbridge Wells until her marriage to John (76). During the Second World War 1939 - 1945 she returned to teaching and eventually became Deputy Head of Chartham Primary School, retiring in 1961.
78 Michael John (15 Oct 1929 -
Son of John (76) and Florence (77), was born in Margate and educated at various schools owing to the evacuation of children during the Second World War. These included Kent College, Crediton Grammar School and finally Simon Langton, Canterbury, where he obtained his Higher School Certificate with exemption from London Matriculation and Inter: BSc in 1947. He studied at Bristol University 1948 - 1949 then entered the army to do his National Service. He was trained as an Officer/Cadet at Eaton Hall, and commissioned into the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, serving on the Headquarters Staff at Arborfield. He married Audrey Margaret Brandon BA, daughter of Alfred Brandon of Cheltenham, at Leckhampton on April 24th 1954. He entered the Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham, with a regular officers commission in 1954 to take a BSc (Engineering) degree.
He served as a Captain with the 17th Gurkha Division in Malaya from 1957 - 1960 during the emergency and then returned to England to an appointment in the War Office, London from 1960 - 1964. Promoted to Major in 1964 he served on the Headquarters Staff of 19th Infantry Brigade stationed at Colchester and when it was transferred to Sarawa, Borneo during the Indonesian Confrontation again saw active service. From 1966 - 1968 he was seconded by the War Office to the Malayan Army to train Malayan Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Returning to Arborfield in 1969 as Officer Commanding the Electronics Department at the Apprentices College. He continued his Army career at Woolwich and Andover, finally returning to Arborfield to take his final military post as Computer Manager in the Officers School. He retired from the Army in1985 where he continued his Managers job as a civil servant. He then retired from work in 1994. Since then he has enjoyed many Far Eastern holidays and adventures on his canal boat â€˜Moonflowerâ€™
78a Audrey Margaret (Brandon) (8 June 1929 -
Wife of Michael (78). Born in Southgate, London. Met at Bristol University, married 24 April 1954
79 Julian Michael (7 Apr 1959
Eldest son of Michael Wyatt (78) was born in the Military Hospital, Kinrara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya.
Entered Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth on Jan 4th 1978, aged 18. Achieved a 2nd Class Degree in Naval Engineering at the Royal Naval Engineering College, Manadon, Devon (RNEC) in 1981. After Midshipmanâ€™s time on HMS HERMES, elected to join the Submarine Service shortly before the Falkland War in 1982. Met and married Alice-Isabelle (Buckham) in July 1983 whilst taking a post graduate diploma in Nuclear Engineering at RNC Greenwich.
In Jan 1984 joined HMS SOVEREIGN, based in Plymouth, as an AMEO during which time his first son was born (James). He then moved to Bath from Jan 1987 - Jun 1989. He was then appointed to HMS REVENGE based in Faslane, Scotland.
After that and shortly before the birth of his second son Charles, he was appointed to HMS SULTAN in Gosport and thereafter as the Marine Engineer of HMS TRENCHANT where he took her into the Far east and back via the Cape. Returning to Portsmouth Dockyard to work for Flag Officer Training and Recruiting in Jun 96 the family settled in Otterbourne near Winchester.
79a Isabelle-Alice (Buckham). (15 Apr 1963 -
Wife of Julian (79). Born in Pimlico, London. Met Julian through her brother. Daughter of Lt Col Arthur Buckham OBE, businessman and Company owner of Englemann and Buckham Ltd in Alton. Educated at Cheltenham Ladies College and later at Godolphin School, Salisbury, Wiltshire, Isabelle-Alice (known as Wowie) married Julian on 30 July 1983 at the Chapel of the Royal Naval College Greenwich. Had her first son James Robert Julian in 16 September 1984. Trained as a Beauty Therapist whilst in Bath. Had her second son Charles William Arthur in 1992. Started her own business in 1998 in Office Consultancy and Researching for Search and Selection.
79-1 James Robert Julian (16 Sep 1984 -
Born and registered in Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester, James was educated at Horris Hill Preparatory School, Newbury and in 1998 continued on to Bradfield College, Berkshire.
79-2 Charles William Arthur (14 Feb 1992 -
Born in Royal Hampshire County, Winchester (registered at Bishopâ€™s Waltham), educated at Horris Hill Preparatory School, Newbury
80 Caroline Margaret (3 Apr 1960 -
Eldest daughter of Audrey and Michael was also born in the British Hospital, Kinrara, near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Qualified as a State Registered Nurse in Guildford and subsequently as a district nurse. Married William Peach in 1982. First son Andrew David Peach born 3 May 1987 and second son Michael Colin Peach born 3 August 1989.
81 Jennifer Leslie (9 Nov 1963 -
Second daughter of Michael (78). Born at Aldershot Hospital whilst father was a war office. Educated at Little Heath Comprehensive School in Tilehurst, Reading, she trained as a secretary and worked subsequently for Digital computer company in Reading and thereafter in Basingstoke where she met and married Simon Moxley in 1990. Had a daughter Sarah in 13 Mar 1993. Family moved to Antibe, France and later to Grasse, France.
82 Jeremy John (8 Jun 1965 -
Second son of Michael (78). Born at Colchester Hospital whilst his Father was with at Colchester . Educated at Little Heath School, Tilehurst, obtained an HND in business studies at Plymouth Polytechnic in 1986 and a post graduate diploma in Business studies in London. Worked as a buyer for ICI (dealt with E&B on occasions) until decided to go round the world. During trip, fell in love with sailing and worked for a racing company where he met Andrew Bishop. Pair decided to run own company Epic Ventures, later changed to World Cruising, based in Cowes, Isle of Wight.
84 Edwin (d1707
Son of Edwin (30) married Elizabeth Hale and had no children.
85 Richard (d1753)
Second son of Edwin (30) died sine prole. Was the last of the Wyatt to own Boxley Abbey which he left I his will to a distant kinsman, Robert Marsham, who became Lord Romney. There are, therefore no survivors of the direct line of descent from Sir Francis Wyatt (25) either in England or America.
In 1892 Boxley was owned by Albert F Styles, Great grandson of the 2nd Lord Romney.
86 Conquest Wyatt (1655 - 1748)
Married Sally Pate (1652 - 1750) who died aged 98. Was of "Boxley" Gloucester County, Virginia. Patented lands by Hoccadies Creek, near Old Plantations in 1672 and was an influential citizen and Vestryman of Petesworth Parish, 1690, and High Sheriff of Gloucester County 1705. Had, among other sons Conquest (88).
87 Francis (1680 - 1745)
Son of (86) married Elizabeth Kennon. (last name uncertain). Prominent citizen and Vestryman from 1710 - 1728.
Had the following children:
Francis of Gloucester (117) William of Virginia (118) Edward (119) Thomas (120) Anne (121) Elizabeth (122)
Owned 2946 acres of Spotsylvania divided between William, Edward, Thomas and Anne in 1745. 88 -Conquest (1672 - 1735)
Second son of *86) married 1) Nancy -----------. 1727, 2) Martha Gains of Petesworth Parish. Vestryman in 1690 of Petesworth Parish and Sheriff of Gloucester County 1705 - 1707. Had the following children:
John 1782 - 1805 Conquest 1785 - Francis Peter Captain Edward
He held a patent in 1672 on Hoccadyâ€™s Creek hear his old plantation.
89 James 1674 - 1731
Son of Conquest (86), married Grace Newton, Was a captain in the Militia.
90 Edward 1677 - 1750
Son of Conquest (86), a captain, married Frances Newton 1679. Was a Vestryman of Petesworth Parish, 1740. Served as Captain in the Militia.
91 John 1685 - 1758
Son of (86), married Elizabeth Buckner. Capt. John W Wyatt of Petesworth Parish, Gloucester County Virginia, served as a captain in the militia. Vestryman of Petesworth in 1753 and had among other issue John born 1745.
92 Henry 1647 - 1686
Eldest son of (36) married Alice -------, from whom the Wyatts of Louisville and Albermarle are descended. (Insert No 3). Patented land in Henrico County. 1682 patented land near Chickahominy Main Swamp. 1686 Vestryman of St Peterâ€™s Parish, New Kent.
93. Richard 1650 -
Second son of (36). There was also a younger sister Susannah. Richard as guardian of the son of Henry (92-) who son was also called Richard, and as Legatee of Henry recovered land for Alice, the widow.
94 Edward? Edmond 1651 - 1707
Eldest son of John (37) and Mary.
95 William 1653 - 1680
Second son of John (37). 96 John Wyatt 1633 - 1684
Son of John (37) and Jane Osborne. Married Anne Jones. They had John Wyatt 1684 - 1750 (101) from whom the Wyatts of Plain Dwellings are descended, (Insert No 7).
97 John Wyatt 1748 - 1823
Son of John (98) and Martha --------, married Susan Summit 1754, of Harrison County, Kentucky. Born in 1748 in London, England, died in Milroy, Indiana in 1823.
His father was a sailor and had a sister Jane. Resided, prior to the Revolution War in Botecourt County, Virginia, served with distinction in revolutionary war, entering Continental Army in 1778 and served at the siege of Yorktown.
Emigrated to Kentucky, remaining there till 1794, when he moved to Harrison County, where he resided for 31 years. He was remembered by his grand-children as an old English gentleman, with powdered hair, knee britches, silver knee and shoe buckles and silk stockings.
Married Susan Summit of Spotsylvania in 1754 and was buried at Milroy, Indiana. He became a "Great Planter" (of tobacco) and also a great progenitor, for he had many descendants from whom the Wyatts of Middle Plantation are descended, (Inset No 4).
98 John 1720 -
Son of John (91) and Elizabeth Buckner. Was a mariner, marred Martha â€“ 1745 and had among other issue John b1748 (97) who commence the line of the Wyatts of Middle Plantations. (Inset No 4).
100 Colonel Richard Wyatt of Clifton
Inset No 3, the Wyatt of Albermarle and Louisville. Was one of the first pioneers of America, famous for his journal describing his hourney on horseback though the middle west, encountering red Indians "the faces and breasts of a few were pained red. The heads of some were filled with feathers." " . From his journal.
101 Captain John Wyatt 1684 - 1750
Married Jennie Pamplin (1711) in England. They resided in Middle Plantations, first Wyatts holding land in Caroline County. "Plain Dealings", the earliest known Wyatt home in Caroline County, was on the North Anna River, five or six miles from its junction with the South Anna, and is referred to as "Ancestral Seat" . It was a tract of 700 acres of land. Mentioned as Church Warden of St Margaretâ€™s Parish, 1737.
William 1713 - 1771. Married Elizabeth Eggleston, will proved 1772. Anne 1717- m Capt. John Starke. 1735 John 1715 - 1731 Richard 1720 - 1803 (102) Mary married Capt. Henry Gilbert Thomas 1725 - Henry 1727 - 1739 killed at "Fort Necessity" in French and Indian Wars. Lucy 1730 - married Capt. Mills John 1731 Given the name of his brother who had died the year this son was born.
102 Richard Wyatt 1720 - 1803
Married (I) Elizabeth Streshley, who died in 1752, at the birth of her daughter, (ii) Amy Chiles, 1752. They had:
- Mary married William Peatrose, who had 10 children and lived in Caroline. - Sarah married (i) Mathew Thompson (ii) Austin McGhee. - Lucy married James Hawkins of Kentucky. - Nancy Became second wife of Colonel Anthony New. - Joseph said to have died at the age of 17. - Richard 1763 - 1845, Capt., died June 12th 1845 aged 83, at the residence of his son in law of Louisa County (103) - John Wyatt married (I) Lucy Richardson, (ii) Mrs Patsy Harris. Major John Wyatt died at an advanced age Sept 21st 1846. - Barbara 1773 - 1839 married Overton Harris of Hanover County. William Streshley Wyatt 1775 - 1739.
103 Richard 1763 - 1845
Married Nancy Wre in 1796 and settled in Louisa County. Had among his children, Richard Ware Wyatt, (104). Died at the age of 83.
104 Colonel Richard Ware Wyatt 1806 - 1881
Son of 103
105 William Streshley Wyatt Aug. 29th 1775 - Jan 24th 1839
Son of (102) Married i)Polly New, daughter of Colonel Anthony New, died 1812.
They had: n Virginia Anderson, m. Hugh Chandler 1807 n William Richard Baynham (106) n Joseph Anthony, died in infancy. Married ii) Susan B Minor They had: n Mary Elizabeth 1814 -1849, m John George Coleman n John Vivien 1816 -1886, m Emma Burton Doggett They had: -Mollie Susan, m Douglas Doswell n John Wyatt n Burton Wyatt, a daughter
106 William Richard Baynham 1809 - 1876
Married i) Martha Scott 1832. Lived at "Edgewood, Carolina They had: n Richard Watson Wyatt (107) 1833 - 1881 n Joseph Marian 1834 - 1891, died in Huntingdon, Virginia n Anne E, b 1844 n Thomas Barton There were two children between Joseph and Anne who died in infancy. Married ii) Isobelle Adelaide Scott, sister of first wife. No issue by this marriage.
107 Richard Watson Wyatt 1833 - 1881
Was a confederate soldier and after the close of the war in 1865 went to Richmond and from there to Middlesex County, VA, and married Elizabeth "Betty" Eubank 1865. "Dick" Wyatt became County Sheriff 1865 - 1881 They had: Charles Russel Wyatt, graduate at Law, University of Virginia, married and lived at Huntingdon, West Virginia, where the family resided in 1967. They had; Charles Russel Jr Newton Joseph Willard
108 Belle Wyatt
Married Joseph Willard 1891, who was president of the Baltimore and Ohio railway, and later Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, the US Ambassador to Spain and had: Belle Willard (109) Mary Elizabeth (110)
109 Belle Willard Wyatt
Daughter of (108) met and married in Spain, Kermit Roosevelt, son of President Roosevelt. They had: Kermit Roosevelt Jr William Roosevelt Belle Roosevelt
110 Mary Elizabeth
Married Merwyn, younger brother of Lord Carnarvon (who paid for the discovery and excavation of Tutankhamenâ€™s tomb)
111 John c. 1720 - 1783
9th child of John and Jennifer Pamplin (101) of the Wyatts of Plain Dealing, Inset no 7, married unknown. They had: Thomas Turner 1745 - 1829 Joseph 1750 - 1811 Henry 1753 - 1823
When the colonists settled in Jamestown in 1607 the term Virginia included most of what is now the United States. For ten years Jamestown was the only administrative group. After a few years there were eight counties, the westernmost extending as far as the land extended in 1653. Gloucester County was formed which then included several of the present States!. In 1691 a section of 10 miles wide and about 30 miles long, bounded by two rivers, the North and the South Anna, became King William County. "Plain Dealings" was a large estate in this area of 700 acres.
112 Joseph 1759 - 1841
Was the son of (111), married Elizabeth Turner 1783. They had: Major Wyatt 1784 - 1812 Elijah 1786 - 1826 (113) Polly Elizabeth Henry 1802 - 1835
113 Elijah Wyatt 1786 - 1826
Married Catharine They had: Richard H 1811 - 1844 Catharine 1813 - married Francis Johnson and had James Lafayette 1824 - 1889 (114).
114 James Lafayette Wyatt 1824 - 1889
Married Virginia Carroll 1847 They had: Mary Adeline 1850 - 1900 Lucy C 1851 - 1917 Sarah E 1853 - 1892 Saphronie J 1855 - 1890 Henry Logan 1856 - 1904 (115) Frances A 1858 -
115 Henry Logan Wyatt 1856 - 1904
Married Ann Redd 1883 They had: Franklin P 1883 - 1954 Emma W 1886 - 1962 Mattie J 1888 - 1889 Henry O 1890 - (A correspondent) (116) Mary G 1892 George S 1894 - 1958
116 Rev. Henry O Wyatt 1890 -
Married Elizabeth Young, in Scotland, Nov 21st 1918. This is the American correspondent, still living, who supplied so much of the ancestry of the Wyatts of America. They had: Evans Young, born in India 1921, no residing in Dallas, Texas. Has two boys, todate (19/3/67) age 15 and 10. Gene Elizabeth, born in India, now residing in New York. Has son 14, daughter 10 married into the Kelly family.
Son of Francis (87) of Gloucester County, Virginia. Married in 1742 to Lucy Rowe of Abingdon Parish, Gloucester and had issue.
Son of Francis (87) Of England, was a mariner, married and had issue. Conveyed his land in 1747 to Thomas Wyatt (120) his brother. Was a sea captain and trader. Went to Liverpool, England and settled there. He died at sea.
Son of Francis (87) and Elizabeth. Became a merchant trader 1746 conveyed his land to Thomas Wyatt (120)
Son of Francis (87) Of Spottsylvania County, was a Justice of the Peace 1762. Married Sukey Edmondson. Line untraced.
Married John Thruston of Virginia and had issue. 122 Elizabeth
Born about 1705 in Gloucester County. Married Captain William Johnston of Spottsylvania.
High Sheriff of Sussex 1810. Of County Wick, J.P d.s.p. 1822 and was succeeded by his nephew, son and heir of Hugh Penfold, by his wife Miriam, sister of Richard Wyatt. From whom the Wyatts of Cissbury are descended, Inset no 2.
124 Richard James Wyatt 1795 - 1850
Well known sculptor and gilder, married Ann Madox. 1795 Born London, studied at the Royal Academy where he gained 2 medals. 1818-1851 Exhibited at the Academy 1821 Left England for Italy to study architecture, settled there permanently. Many specimens of his work in the Royal Collection. Considered a highly accomplished artist excelling in the female figure. 1850 Died in Rome, unmarried.
Sister of Sir Henry Wyatt (7) According to Flowers, William, Norroy King of Arms at the Visitations of Yorkshire in the years 1563 and 1564:- Joan, sister of Sir Henry Wyatt married Robert Drakes, (no date given) from the pedigree of the Drakes.
Daughter of George (21) and Jane Finch (24) Married William Fleet of Chartham Manor, (died 1685)
Son of Edward (35) and Jane Conquest, died age 5.
Son of Edward (35) died age 12
Son of Edward (35) died age 2
Daughter of Conquest (86) and Sally Pate. Married Richard Cate.
131 Mary 1743 -
Daughter of Francis (117) and Lucy Rowe. After the death of her husband, Francis (117) Lucy remarried and the children, Mary (131), Anne (132), Edward (133) William (134), Rowe (135), were brought up by the Rowe family.
132 Anne 1744 -
Daughter of (117)
Son of 117 became a soldier in the Revolutionary War and died of fever.
When the line of Sir Francis (25) became extinct the Wyatts of Virginia, descendants of the Rev Haute (26) second oldest son, claimed the legal right to the Kentish estates. After many years of litigation and after the Revolutionary War the court denied their claim, and Lord Romney retained the estates. The Wyatts pedigree submitted with the claim for the estates showed the direct line of descent to be: Rev Haute (26), Edward (35), Conquest (86), Francis (87), Francis (117) and William (134) who had become the heir (?) when his older brother Edward (13) died of fever in the Revolutionary War. Obtained a land grant of 400 acres in Fayette County, West Virginia as compensation for the death of his brother in the Revolutionary War.
Son of Francis (117) His mind became affected from grief at the loss of his brother Edward (133) with whom he had quarrelled under some misunderstanding.
Daughter of 118.
137 Francis Wiatt. c. 1748
Son of (118). Born in Liverpool, married unknown, and had issue. Some members of this Liverpool branch are buried in Everton Churchyard, Liverpool.
138 William Wiatt Jr 1752 - 1800 (approx.)
Son of William Wiatt (118). This branch of the family has continuously retained the spelling of Wiatt. William came to Fredricksburg, Virginia in 1770-71 and became a merchant. He also served in the Revolutionary War. Was married to Catharine Julian (1756 - 1792) Went to Liverpool became a merchant and was buried in Everton Churchyard. Grandfather of William Henry Wyatt of Acton, London, 1903. Had 2 sons, 1 daughter. Was a merchant banker.
139 Thomas Son of 118
140 Francis Edwin Wiatt Son of Francis (137) of Liverpool, married but had no male issue.
141 Henry William Son of (137) of Liverpool had a large family but only William of Acton, London survived (142).
142 Henry William Jr 1752 - 1800 (approx.) Son of William Wiatt (141), married and had, by 1803, five sons and two daughters.
143 Lucy 1776 - Daughter of William Wiatt (138) died in infancy
144 Anne 1777 - 1783 Daughter of William (138) Died "of small pox which she caught in the usual way" Bible Record
145 Henry 1779 - 1780 Son of William (138)
146 William 1780 - 1835 ? Son of William (138), may have settled in Liverpool.
147 Henry Wilson 1782 - 1783 Son of (138) "Died of convulsion fits" Bible Record.
148 Phebe 1785 - 1837 Daughter of William (138)
149 Martha 1788 - 1790 Daughter of William (138)
150 James Julian 1790 - 1794 Son of William 138
151 Thomas 1752 - Son of 138
152 Francis Julian 1783 - 1854 Youngest son of William (138) and Catharine Julian, married Elizabeth Parker in 1811. The Parker family were considered millionaires. Was cashier at the Bank of Fredricksburg.
153. William Cranmer 1813 - Son of Francis Julian (152) married Mary C Robinson of Alexandria, Virginia. Settled first in Fairfax County, Virginia, then moved in 1855 to Coatopa, Alabama and had issue, John Francis, (166).
154 Francis L 1815 - Son of Francis 152, married Lucy Brickey in 1842 and moved to Mo. 155 Catharine 1817 - Daughter of 152
156 Thomas Ridley 1819 - 1845 Son of 152, died in Warrenburg, Mo.
157 Thomas Milner 1820 Son of 152, married Mary A Richardson in 1854.
158 Sarah 1822 Daughter of 152, married Samuel Lyell in 1847.
159 Elizabeth 1824/5 - 1852 Daughter of 152, died unmarried at Fredricksburg, Virginia.
160 John 1826 Son of 152, married Elizabeth Perry and settled at Potosi Mo.
161 Edward Leigh Richmond 1829 Son of 152, married Sarah Leanord in 1859.
162 Henry Martin 1830 - Son of 152.
163 Maria Susan 1832 - Daughter of 152.
164 Hannah More 1835 - Daughter of 152, married John T Ashton in 1859.
165 Julian Wilberforce 1838 - Son of 152
166 John Francis Wiatt 1838 - Son of William 153 and Mary Robinson, born at Aspin Hill, Spottsylvania County, Virginia of Coatopa, Alabama, married Josephine Mason in 1878 at Ward Alabama and had among other issue Henry Francis.
167 Henry H 1840 - Son of William 153, born at Aspin Hill.
168 Henry Francis Wiatt 1882 - Still living (in 1967) at Cuba, Alabama, married Mary Knight in 1908, then Eunice Walton in 1960.
169 John Julian 1907 - Son of Henry Francis 168 by first marriage.
170 Francis C 1909 -
171 Stephen 1912
172 Robert 1914 -
173 Mary 1917 -
174 Henry 1919
175 Francis Son of Conquest (86) and Sally Pate.
176 Conquest 1672 - 1785 Second son of 86, Vestryman of Petsworth 1727, married I) Nancy, ii) Martha Gains.
177 Conquest Wiatt Son of 176, moved to Cumberland County, Virginia 1766 as he testified in Prince William County in a suit 1787. Wiatt v John Buckner.
178 John ? Son of 176. 179 Captain Edward Wiatt Son of 176, living in Petsworth Parish 1743 (old survey) and a Vestryman.
180 Captain John Wiatt Jr 1732 - 1805 Vestry Petsworth 1775. Merchant in Gloucester. Left Gloucester 1767 to live in Prince William, as he stated in his suit Wiatt v John Buckner. Time of return to Gloucester unknown. He married Mary Todd 1725 - 1794, daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Todd of Gloucester County, where they are buried.
181 Mary - Daughter of 180. Born 1759, from Toddsbury Bible.
182 Dr William Edward Wiatt 1762 - 1802 Son of 180. Sheriff of Gloucester and Justice of Prince William County 1790. Married 1781, Mary, daughter of John Graham.
183 Dr William Graham Wiatt 1784 - 1854 Son of 182, married 1822 Loisa, daughter of John Stubbs and was Sheriff in 1831.
184 Eliza Maria Daughter of 182, married Walter Jones, son of William and Lucy (Taliaferro) Jones.
185 Eleanor Daughter of 182, married Colonel Scott of Petersburg, Virginia.
186 Thomas Todd Died unmarried, son of 182.
187 Major Haute Son of 182.
188 Americus V Wiatt Son of 183.
189 William Edward Wiatt Son of 183.
190 Alexander Taliaferro Wiatt 1840 - 1919 Son of 183, born in Gloucester County, Virginia. Married Maude Roberta Sinclair 1859. Was a civil engineer and Clerk of Courts, Gloucester County. Military Service, Sergeant, 9th Virginia Regiment Cavalry. Buried at Newington Baptist Cemetery.
191 Mary Rowena Wiatt 1882 - 1967 Daughter of 190, married William Wright 1908.
192 Clare Louise Wiatt 1883 - 1887 Daughter of 190, died in childhood.
193 Dr Robert Graham Wiatt 1884 - 1923 Son of 190, married Nannie May Rudd 1917. Graduated in Medicine, College of Virginia, specialised in X-rays. Military Service as Major in US Army Medical Corps 1917-1919. Killed in Auto accident in 1923.
194 Maud Sinclair Wiatt 1885 - Daughter of 190, married Dr David Harrell 1926.
195 Eleanor Baytop Wiatt 1887 - Daughter of 190, married 1) Dr Burton Belcher 1912, 2) Thaddeus Duval 1924.
197 Alexander Todd Wiatt 1889 - Son of 190, married Mary Lee Field. Educated at local public schools, Apprentices School of Continental Canning, and Extension Law School. Attorney in Newport News, Virginia. 1967 when as a correspondent he supplied the genealogy of the Wiatts of Gloucester County, Chart 9 of these records.
198 Faye Carter Wiatt 1890 - Daughter of 190, married Robert Rhodes 1914.
199 Haute DeBrune Wiatt 1892 - 1960 Son of 190, married Nelle Mae Riley 1930. Attended local schools, Apprentice School Newport News Ship Building CO. as marine draughtsman. Graduated in Dentistry 1925, University of Cincinnati and practised as a dentist at Independence, Gloucester, Virginia.
200 John Munford Wiatt 1895 - 1966 Son of 190, married Helen Gatewood Farinhull 1936. Attended local public schools, School of Dentistry, Medical College of Virginia and Ohio College of Dental Surgery. Dr Wiatt operated a Dental Office at Gloucester Court House, Virginia. Military Service as a private S A T C.
201 William H Wiatt 1896 - 1896 Son of 190, died in infancy.
202 Marguerite Mackay 1897 - Daughter of 190, married Louis F Hay 1924.
203 Herbert Sinclair 1899 - 1957 Son of 190, married Audrey Alice Pace, 1931. Attended local schools, University of Richmond, and Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and practised as a dentist.. Had no issue.
204 Helen Louise 1900 - Daughter of 190, married I) Herman Packett 1924, 2) Harold Carnford 1953.
205 Americus Conquest 1901 - Son of 190, married Jennie Marie Field 1929. Inspector Division of Motor Vehicles, Virginia.
206 George Campbell Wiatt 1915 - Son of 197, married Constance Elaine Spivey 1945. Apprentices School Newport News Shipbuilding CO and Virginia Polytechnical Institute. Supervisor cost Accountancy Newport News Shipbuilding CO. Military Service, Lt Col Artillery, saw service in Europe and Korea.
207 Louise Graham 1916 - Daughter of 197, married John William Longbridge 1939.
208 Alexander Taliaferro II 1919 - Son of 197, married Jane Grace Dugger 1950. Attended William and Mary College 1936-1937. Occupation, Veterinarian. Military Service, Captain in the Veterinary Corps.
209 Mary Todd 1921 - Daughter of 197, married John Mosely Lankes 1948.
210 Dr William Haute 1923 - Son of 197, married Mary Elvie Mudge, 1925. University of Missouri, BA, 1949, MA, 1950. University of Carolina PhD, 1956. University professor now living at Bloomington, Indiana. Military Service as a Corporal 1943-1946.
211 Robert Munford 1925 - Son of 197, married Mary Virginia Lester. Attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Military Service SFC 1943-1952.
212 John Sinclair 1930 - Son of 197.
213 Alexander Lloyd Wiatt 1946 - Son of 206. Was volunteer in the American Army stationed in Frankfurt, Germany, when he visited us 23/9/68. Was working as a Sergeant/Pharmacist and completed his service and returned to America Dec 1968. Married Carol Ann Stultz, June 14 1969, (a teacher). Returned to Virginia Western College to complete his training.
214 George Campbell Wiatt 1947 - Son of 206, was a "draft" soldier in the US Army stationed in Berlin when he visited us. He was working as a driver/medical orderly in the Medical Corps. Celebrated his 21st birthday with us when he visited us 23/9/68.
215 Thomas Taliaferro 1951 - Son of 206, a schoolboy in 1968 in Newport News.
216 Laura 1952 - Daughter of 206.
217 Robert Graham Wiatt 1918 - Son of 193, died age one day old.
218 Charles Graham Wiatt 1918 - Son of 190, married Margaret Lee Peter 1947. Attended local schools and Randolph-Macon College, Ashstand, Virginia. Shipping Superintendent, Old Dominion Box CO. Lynchbury, Virginia.
219 Eleanor Anne Wiatt 1934 - Daughter of 205, married Christos Domos Thormaids.
220 Susan Gatewood Wiatt 1937 - Daughter of 200 is on 31/3/69 a college student.
221 Margaret Munford Wiatt 1938 - Daughter of 200, is an X-ray technician.
222 John Munford Wiatt 1942 - Son of 200, a college student.
223 Fayette Conquest Wiatt 1930 - Son of 205, married Jacquelyn Walker.
224 Alice Roberta Wiatt 1933 - Daughter of 205. Phi Beta Kappa at Randolph-Macon College and made Fullbright Scholar in French to spend a year in Montpellier, France.
226 Diane Carlyle Wiatt 1949 - Daughter of 218
227 Graham Lee Wiatt 1952 - Son of 218
228 Yvonne Sinclair Wiatt 1950 - Daughter of 218
229 James 1620 - 1742 Son of Richard of Essex (64).
230 Richard Second son of 64, married Eliza Clerk.
231 Margaret Wyat Daughter of 4 and Prudence.
232 Miriam 1758 - 1806 Daughter of Thomas 69
233 Richard Son of 69.
234 Martha Daughter of 69.
235 James Eldest son of 71.
236 William Second son of 71. Baptised 1810 at Milton, Gravesend.
237 Elizabeth Daughter of 71
238 Ann Daughter of 71.
239 Edward Eldest son of John 1799 - 1861?
240 John 1732 - 1805 Married Mary Todd, was the son of Conquest Wyatt 1672 - 1735 (88).
242 Thomas Son of Edward.
243 Joseph Son of Thomas 242.
244 Benjamin Son of John 73.
245 Prudence Daughter of John 73.
246 Margaret Eldest daughter of Albert 1820-1871 (74)
247 Joseph Son of Albert 74
248 Thomas 1626-1627 Son of Haute Wyatt (26). Died in infancy.
249 Francis Son of Edwin and Eli Frances Crispe (30)
250 Jane Daughter of Conquest 1655-1748 and Sally Pate (86)
251 John 1782 - 1805 Son of Conquest 1672-1735 (88) of Gloucester County, married Mary Todd.
252 Richard 1686 Son of 93, married Sarah Overstreet.
253 Peyton 1688 Son of 93.
254 Henry 1690 Son of 93, married Elizabeth Dandridge.
255 Mary 1726 - Daughter of 254.
256 Conquest 1785 Son of Conquest and Nancy (88)
257. John of Fredrericksburgh. Son of William the Mariner (118)
259. Sarah. Daughter of Conquest (86) and Sally Pate.
260. William Edward. 1707 - 1774. Son of Edward (90) and Francis Newton. Married (1) Martha Gains. (2) Lettice Nichols. Two children of 1st marriage died young, untraced.
261. Elizabeth. Daughter of Fayette 1930 - . (233) and Jacqueline Walker
262. Ann. Daughter of (233).
263. Conquest. Son of (233).
264. Micah. 1731 - 1774. Died unmarried.
265. Frances. 1734 - . Daughter of William Edward 1707 - 1774 (260) and Lettice (Second wife of 260). Married Thomas Scott.
266. Edward. 1738. Son of (260).
267. John. 1740 - 1807. Son of (260). Married Hannah Vincent, who died in 1808.
268. William Edward Jr 1742 - 1815. Son of (260). Married (1) Francis Newton (2) Elizabeth Snow.
269. Elizabeth. 1744 - 1770. Daughter of (260).
270. Conquest. 1747 - (after 1812). Son of (260) Married Jane Redmon.
271. Elijah. 1750 - 1774. Son of (260). Is reputed to have had more than 20 children. Name of wife and children untraced.
272. Conquest. Son of John (98) and Martha.
273. Elizabeth. Daughter of (98).
274. Francis. Son of (98).
275. Francis. Son of Rowe (135).
276. Squire. Son of Rowe (135).
277. Samuel. Son of (135).
278. Overton. Son of (135).
279. William. Son of (135).
280. Anne. Daughter of (279).
282. Sally 1735 - . Daughter of (254).
283. Joseph. 1738 - . Son of 254. Married Dorothy.
284. Col. Joseph Wyatt. 1766 - 1843. 285. Joseph. Son of (284).
286. Sally. Daughter of (284). Married W.Bibb.
287. Richard. Son of (100).
288. Capt. James Walter Wyatt. Son of (287).
290. Francis. Son of William (279).
291. William. Son of (279).
292. Thomas. Son of (279).
293. Dr William Wyatt. 1762 - 1802. Son of (240). Married Mary Graham.
294. John. Son of (293). Married Cecilia Dabney.
295. Dr W.G. Wyatt Son of (293). Married Louisa Stubbs.
296. Eliza Maria. Daughter of (293). Married Walter Jones.
297. Elenor. Daughter of (293). Married Col. Scott.
298. Col. Haute. Son of (293). Died unmarried.
299. Richard. Son of (92).
300. Henry. d. 1738. Son of (299). Married Mary Wynne. b. 1708/9 ?
301. Mary. 1726 - . Daughter of (300).
302. Frances. b. 1729. Daughter of (300).
303. Col. Todd. Son of (293). Died unmarried.
304. Francis. b 1731. Son of 300.
305. Jesse b. 1777. Son of (97).
306. john 1773 - 1833. Son of John (97) and Susan Summit. Married Martha ? who died at sea in 1749.
307. Samuel. b. 1780. Son of (97).
308. James. b. 1776. Son of (97).
309. William. b. 1779. Son of (97).
310. George b. 1795. Son of (97). Married Elizabeth Utt.
311. Mary. Daughter of (97). Married Nathaniel Tompkins.
312. Nancy. b. 1786. Daughter of (97). Married (1) Mr Bolling. (2) Mr Price.
313. William John. Son of (306).
314. Lloyd. Son of (306).
315. Mary. Daughter of (306).
316. William. Son of Samuel (307).
317. Holden. Son of (307).
318. George. Son of (307).
319. William. Son of William (309).
320. Nancy. Daughter of (308).
321. Mary. Daughter of (308). Married Mr Bull.
322. Barbara. Daughter of (308). Married Mr Pullen.
323. Thomas J. Son of (308).
324. Elizabeth. Daughter of (308). Died unmarried.
325. Jacob. Son of (308).
326. Alta. Daughter of (308). Married Mr Long.
327. Harry. Son of (308).
328. George. Son of (308).
329. Elizabeth. 1788 - Daughter of (97). Married Lingen Fetter.
330. Priscilla. 1781 - Daughter of (97). Married Rice Gore.
331. Sarah. 1793 - Daughter of (97).
332. Samuel. 1795 - . Son of (97). Married Mary Hutzell.
333. John LINGEN. Son of Elizabeth (329) and Lingen Fetter.
334. George LINGEN. Son of Elizabeth (329) and Lingen Fetter.
335. John. Son of (310).
336. Caroline. Daughter of John (325).
337. Edward. Son of (310). Married Rose Harris.
338. Francis W. Son of (325).
339. Jesse. Son of (310). Married Nellie Fletcher.
340. Blanche. Daughter of (337).
341. George. Son of (329)
342. Elizabeth. Daughter of (323). Married Roger Grace.
343. Caroline. Daughter of (323). Married -.Davenport.
344. Mattle Son of (323). Married -.Elston.
345. Charles. Son of 318.
346. Taylor. Son of (318).
347. Bell. Daughter of (318).
348. Samuel. Son of (318).
349. James. Son of (318).
350. Georgia. Daughter of (318).
351. William. Son of (318).
352. Frank. Son of (314).
353. Emma. Daughter of (314).
354. Mary. Daughter of (318).
355. Lucy. Daughter of William Wiat (138) and Catherine Julian.
356. Anne. Daughter of (318).
357. Henry. Son of (318).
358. William. Son of (318).
359. Francis Julian of Fredricksburg. b. 1783 - . Son of (138). Married Elizabeth in 1811.
360. Phoebe. Daughter of (138).
361. Martha. Daughter of (138)
362. Julian. Son of (138).
363. James. Son of (138).
364. Thomas. Son of (138).
365. William. b. 1813 - . Of Fredricksburg Va. Married Mary Robinson.
366. Francis. Son of (359).
367. Catherine. Daughter of (359).
368. Thomas. Son of (359).
369. James. Son of (359).
370. Sarah. Daughter of(359).
371. Elizabeth. Daughter of (359).
372. John. Son of (359).
373. Edward. Son of (359).
374. Henry. Son of (359).
375. Maria. Daughter of (359).
376. Hannah. Daughter of (359).
377. (left Blank)
378. Julian. W. Son of (359).
379. John Francis. 1838 - . Of Spottsylvania. Son of (365).
380. Henry. 1840 - . Of Spottsylvania. Son of (365) Married Josephine Mason 1878.
381. Henry Francis. b. 1882.
Of Alabama. Son of (379) married (1) Mary Knight - 1908. (2) Eunice Walton - 1960
382. John. 1907 - . Son of (381).
383. Francis. 1909 - . Son of (381) 3
84. Stephen. 1912 - . Son of (381).
385. Robert. 1914 - .
386. Henry. 1919 - . Son of (381).
387. Mary. 1917 - . Daughter of (381).
388. William. 1713 - 1771.
Son of John (101). Married Elizabeth Egglesden
389. Elizabeth Egglesden. Wife of (388)
390. John. 1715 - 1731.
Son of (101) Married (1). Elizabeth Smiley. (2) Ann Starke.
391. Anne. 1717 - . Daughter of (101). Married John Starke in 1735.
392. Mary. Daughter of (101). Married Capt. Gilbert.
393. Thomas. 1725. Son of (101). Died unmarried. 394. Henry. 1727 - 1739. Son of (101). Died unmarried.
395. Lucy. 1730 - 1783. Daughter of (101). Married Capt. Miles.
396. Mary. Daughter of Richard (102) and Anne Chiles (second wife). Married William Penrose and had 10 Children. Untraced.
397. Sarah. Daughter of (102) and Ann Chiles. Married (1) Matthew Thompson. (2) Austin McGhe in 1790.
398. Lucy. Daughter of (102) and Anne Chilles. Married James Hawkins of Kentucky.
399. Nancy. Daughter of (102) and Anne Chilles. Married Col. A. Anthony.
400. Joseph. Son of (102) and Anne Chilles.
401. Walter. Son of (102) and Anne Chilles.
402. John. d. 1846. Son of 102 and Anne Chilles. Married (1) Lucy Richardson (2) Patsy ____?
403. Barbara. Daughter of (102) and Anne Chilles.
404. Mary. 1814 - 1849. Daughter of William (105) and Susan Minor. Married John Coleman.
405. John. 1816 - 1889. Son of (105) and Susan Minor.
406. Turner. 1745 - 1829. Son of John (111) and Elizabeth Smith.
407. Henry. 1753 - 1823. Son of John (111) and Elizabeth Smith.
408. Virginia. Daughter of (105) and Polly New. Married Hugh Chandler in 1807. 409.
410. Major Wyatt. 1784 - 1812. Son of Joseph (112 ) and Elizabeth Turner.
411. Elizabeth . Daughter of Joseph (112).
413. Joseph. 1834 - 1891. Son of William (106) and Martha Scott.
414. Anne. 1884 -. Daughter of William (106) and Martha.
415. Thomas. Son of (106).
416. Richard. 1811 - 1844. Son of (113) and Catherine.
417. Catherine. 1813 -. Daughter of (113) and Catherine.
418. Mattie Susan. Daughter of (405 ) John and Emma.
419. John. Son of (405).
420. Burton. Daughter of John(405) and Emma.
421. Mary. 1850 - 1900. Daughter of James Lafayet (114) and Virginia.
422. Lucy. 1851 - 1917. Daughter of (114) and Virginia.
423. Sarah. 1853 - 1892. Daughter of (114).
424. Saphronia. 1855 - 1890. Daughter of (114).
425. Francis 1894 - 1958. Daughter of (114).
426. Franklin. 1883 - 1954. Son of (115) Hilary and Mary.
427. Emma. 1886 - 1962. Daughter of (115).
428. Mattie. 1888 - 1889. Daughter of (115).
429. Mary. Daughter of (115).
430 George. Son of (115).
431. Charles Russell. Son of Richard (107).
432. Evans. 1921 -?. Son of Henry .O. (116) and Elizabeth.
433. Gene. 1925 -?. Daughter of (116) Henry and Elizabeth.
434. Charles. Son of (431).
435. Newton. Son of (431).
436. Joseph. Son of (431).
437. Kermit. Son of Belle (109) and Kermit Roosevelt
438. Willard. Son of (109) Belle and Kermit.
439. Belle. Daughter of (109) Belle and Kermit.
440. Henry. Son of Sir Thomas Wyatt 1520 - 1554 (17) and Jane (Hawte). Died in infancy.
441. Charles. Son of (17). Died in infancy.
442. Arthur. Son of (17). Died without issue.
443. Mary. Daughter of (17). Died without issue.
444. Catherine. Died 1608. Died without issue. Daughter of George (21) and Jane (Finch).
445. Anne. Died 1611. Daughter of (21). Died without issue.
446. Reverend Henry. 1596 - 1624. Son of (21) married Catherine, daughter of Sir Henry Finch in 1618.
447. Thomas 1604 - 25. Son of George (21) died without issue.
448. George. Son of Reverend Hawte 1594 - 1638 (26) and Elizabeth Mitford
449. Virginia. Born 1623. Daughter of Sir Francis Wyatt 1588 - 1644 (25) and Margaret Sandys. Married Thomas Boswell. Their daughter Margaret married Sir Thomas Marsham from whom the Earls of Romney are descended and to whom the Wyatt properties were bequeathed by Richard (85) in 1753.
450. Francis. Died 1644. Son of Sir Francis 1588 - 1644 (25) Died without issue.
451. William. Died 1627. Son of (25) died in infancy.
452. Margaret. Daughter of Virginia (449) and Thomas Boswell. Married Sir Thomas Marsham from whom the Earls of Romney are descended, and to whom Boxley Abbey passed on the death of Richard (85) in 1735.
453. Maria. Died 1677. Daughter of Edwin Wyatt 1629 - 1714 (30). Died without issue.
454. Henry. Died 1678. Son of (30). Died without issue.
455. Thomas. Died 1690. Son of (30). Died without issue.
456 Margaretta. Died 1698. Daughter of Edwin (30) and Francis Quex. Died without issue.
457 Frances. Died 1746 Daughter of (30), died without issue.
457a Samuel . Son of William (309).
458 Margaret Daughter of William (309).
459 Barbara Daughter of William (309).
460 William Son of Nancy (312) and â€“ Bolling.
461 Thomas Son of Nancy (312) and â€“ Price.
462 Elizabeth Daughter of Nancy (312) and â€“ Price her second husband.
463 Wilbur Son of William John (313).
464 Thomas Second son of William John (313)
465 Kate Daughter of James (308), married â€“ Rout.
466 Hugh Wiat
Of Exeter and Weeford. Moved from the Devonshire district to Weeford district in Staffordshire in 1550. It is recorded that "in 1550 in the reign of Edward VI, Hugh Wiat of Exeter was granted lands, all that Water Mill called Farsley Mill with other divers lands at Drayton Bassett in the County of Staffordshire". WJG Verco, the Chester Herald of Arms that the Weeford coat could only have been derived from the same source as that of Henry Wiat, and that such a patent was guarded jealously by families in England and was a serious offence in law if abused. It is on this assumption that Dr Laws Wyatt makes the suggestion of Hugh (416) with William of Essex (10) or Thomas Wiat of Kent (8). For details of the armorial bearings see notes on "The Wyatt Arms". The same arms are quoted for the Wyatts of Carnarvon in Burkeâ€™s "Landed Gentry" 1951-52.
467 Humphrey Wyat 1540 - of Weeford, married Mary â€“ in 1573.
468 Edward Wyat 1579 Son of 467 was "of Weeford", married Mary Cryfield in 1606.
469 Edward Wyat 1607 - One of the sons of 468, married Elizabeth Frith in 1628.
470 Edward Wyatt 1632 - Son of 469 also "of Weeford ", married Sarah â€“ in 1660.
471 John Wyatt 1675-1742 "Of Thickbroom", near Weeford in Staffordshire. Son of 470, married Jane Jackson in 1699.
472 Benjamin Wyatt 1709-1772
Of Blackbrook in the parish of Weeford. Buried there July 30 1772. Married Mary Wright of Coton near Tamworth in 1731, she was buried at Weeford in 1793 at the age of 85. Farmer and timber merchant who practised as a builder and architect when full time trained architect did not exist, 7 sons, 6 of whom practised architecture.
473 William Wyatt 1734-1782
Of Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. Estate Agent and Commissioner of Enclosures. Married (1) his cousin Sarah, eldest daughter of William Wyatt of Sinai Park in the parish of Burton upon Trent, in 1757 and (2) Catharine Anderson, Issue was not traced. 474 John Wyatt 1735-1797
Of the parish of St Anne, Soho, County of Middlesex. A surgeon, member of the Royal College of Surgeons FRS, FSA. Married (1) Catharine, daughter of Edward Anderson 1761, (2) ----? No record of his issue. Was granted arms and crest in 1780, for details which see notes on the Wyatt Arms. These arms are the same as though now ascribed to the Wyatts of Carnarvon.
475 Samuel Wyatt 1737-1807
Of Chelsea in the County of Middlesex, married Anne Shewin of Quardden, Derby. Issue untraced.
476 Joseph 1739-1789
Of Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, married (1) his cousin Myrtle of Sinai Park, (2) Myrtilla of Lichfield. Only 4 children, one son and three daughters are recorded from this second marriage but reference is made in the baptismal records of their grandchild Emma, to an uncle Jos. Edmund Wyatt who acted as godfather, and in the baptism of Martha Susannah to sponsors Charles Wyatt and Susannah Wyatt and Harriet Wyatt. There may thus be another child in the records who may have remained in England and been "stood for" at the baptism of their nieces in Montreal.
477 John Wyatt 1700-1766 (Inventor)
Eldest son of John and Jane Wyatt (Jackson) (471). 1700 Born at Thickbroom in the parish of Weeford near Lichfield. Educated at Lichfield School, worked as a carpenter. 1738 Invented spinning by rollers, which was later superseded by Arkwrightâ€™s "Spinning Jenny". 1744 Invented "Compound lever weighing machine". Similar machine are now used by all railway companies. Buried in St Philipâ€™s Churchyard, Birmingham. Twice married, by his second wife left 2 sons and 4 daughter. A son Charles took out a patent 1790. Other details of children untraced.
478 Benjamin Wyatt 1744-1818
Of Lime Grove in the parish of Llandegai, Carnarvon (formerly of Blackbrook). Migrated to north Wales in 1780 with a family of 7 sons and 7 daughters and began the North Wales Wyatts.
479 Edwin Eldest son of 478. Died without issue.
480 Robert Second son of 478, married but had no issue.
481 Lewis Son of 478 died in infancy.
482 Henry Son of 478, became a Captain in the Royal Navy, unmarried.
483 Samuel Son of 478, became a Captain in the Royal Artillery, married twice but no trace of either wives or issue.
484 Arthur Son of 478 died in India.
485 James 1795
Son of 478, married Anna Jane Ainsworth, and built "Bryn Gwynant", the family seat of the Wyatts of North Wales.
486 Harriet Eldest daughter of 485, married K Beaton-Roberts.
487 Louisa Married Osmond Wyatt, a lawyer, her cousin. 488 Henry James Married Joan Hoggarth, became a Lt Colonel.
489 Benjamin 1827 - Married Sophia Stanton.
491 Charles Wyatt Married twice, no issue.
492 Charlotte Married twice, no issue.
493 Charles James Son of 487.
494 Geoffrey Allington Son of 487, became a Brigadier in the British Army.
495 Colin Son of 485.
496 James Digby 1894 - Of Hurst Barton in Somerset. Son of 489. Became Colonel and is one of the correspondents to these notes.
497 Arthur Norris Son of 490.
498 Arthur C Wyatt Son of 493.
499 Arthur Geoffrey Son of 494, Brigadier.
500 Sir Arthur Norris Wyatt
Vice Admiral, now living in Tasmania. Son of 497, no issue. Educated RN College, Osborne and Dartmouth. Rear Admiral 1945, KBE 1949, Served in European War 1914-1918, World War 1939-1945, in command of HMS Challenge, Hydrographer of the Navy 1945-1950. Retired in 1958.
501 Sir Myles Dermot Norris 1904-1968
Chairman of British United Airways. Issue untraced.
502 Robin 1946 - Architect for Windsor Castle, son of 494.
503 John 1948 -
504 Hugh 1926 - Married Jessica Horniman.
506 Ann 1957 - Daughter of 504.
507 David 1961 - Son of 504.
508 Robin 1962 - Son of 504.
509 James Wyatt 1749-1813
1746. Born at Blackbrook Farm, Burton Constable, Staffordshire, sixth of 7 sons of Benjamin Wyatt, farmer, and timber merchant of Blackbrook who practised as an architect and builder. The father Benjamin Wyatt was steward to Lord Uxbridge, and from him are descended the brother Thomas Henry Wyatt and Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. James attended the village school at Burton Constable. 1762. At 14 his skill attracted the attention of Lord Bagot who took him to Rome, (where he was ambassador) so that James might study architecture for 3-4 years, and then to Venice for 2 years. 1766. Returned to London. 1770. Became an Associate of the Royal Academy. Adapted the old Partheon in Oxford Street for dramatic performances which brought him popularity and success. For many years he was constantly employed erecting mansions, notable for comfort and refinement of their interiors. Examples:- Heaton House, near Manchester. Lee Priory near Canterbury. 1776. Appointed Surveyor of Westminster Abbey. Restored Salisbury and Lincoln Cathedrals, rebuilt the nave of Hereford Cathedral and restored part of Windsor Castle, which earned him the nickname of "The Destroyer" from his critics. 1785. Became R A and President Elect in 1805. 1796. Surveyor General of the Board of Works. Other works he completed in this period were: - Chiswick House, for the Duke of Devonshire (now demolished). Ashridge Castle, Hertfordshire, for Lord Bridgewater in Suffolk. The interior to Heveningham Hall, in Suffolk, now owned by the National Trust. 1813. On a journey from Bath to London, his carriage overturned near Marlborough and he was killed. Due to his appointment as Surveyor to the Dean and Chapter he was buried in Westminster Abbey near Poets Corner where there is an inscription to his memory. There is a bronze bust of Wyatt by CF Rose in the National Portrait Gallery and a portrait in the Royal Institute of British Architects. He left a widow (Rachel) and 4 sons including Benjamin Dean Wyatt, Matthew Cotes Wyatt and Philip Wyatt.
Heveningham Hall "Was commissioned by Sir Gerald Vanneck to design the interior of Heveningham Hall in 1777 which is considered as the most perfect present day example of the Georgian architecture of the period. The exterior was designed by Sir R Taylor (the Kingâ€™s Architect) and the grounds by Capability Brown. James Wyatt decorated Heveningham Hall with genius in the manner of Robert Adams and "Adams himself never did anything better". A fire in 1944 damaged the dining room, but copies of Wyatts original plans were on hand and the restoration is immaculate.
1768 He returned to London from Venice and for 2 years nothing is known of him until in 1770 he emerged to fame as the successful architect for the Pantheon. He settled in Newport Street with his brother John Wyatt, a surgeon and one of the committee set up to consider designs sent in by competitors. An advertisement for the Pantheon gives W. Wyatt son of John Wyatt as the treasurer of the proprietors. James had met and formed a life long friendship with Richard Dalton who had been sent to Italy George III for the purpose of collecting pictures and whose influence helped him win the competition for the appointment. It became the centre for balls, fetes and masquerades attended by the King and Queen. Later it became the Opera House in the Haymarket before it was burned down in a fire. Wyatt rivalled the four Adams brothers in popularity, fame and skill. 1791. Became a foundation member of the Architects Club. 1774. Married and moved from Newport Street to 1 Foley Place which he had built for himself (now pulled down). The Dukes of Richmond and Northumberland became his patrons and the Russian Ambassador on behalf of Tzarina Catherine, offered him any salary he chose to demand, to settle in Petersburg as her architect. He refused as he feared he would never be allowed to leave that country and return to England.
From 1773-1801 he dealt with seven colleagues at Oxford making additions and alterations. Canterbury Quadrangle 1783; Oriel 1788; Corpus Christi 1805; Halls at Balliol and Merton, as well as the Radcliffe Observatory. He also engaged in Ecclesiastical Restoration for the Commissioners, doing work which aroused much criticism. His reputation as a "Destroyer" was manufactured after his death largely by hostile critics, who made him responsible for the mistakes of other as well as his own. The repairs and renovations Wyatt carried out at Windsor and Westminster were the recommendations of a committee of the leading architects and a Committee of the House of Commons. It is therefore unfair to call Wyatt "The Destroyer". It was probably due to a persistent stream of vindictive abuse and criticism in the "Gentleman Magazine" in 1789 by John Carter, concealing his identity under the Pseudonym of "An Architect". Perhaps Wyattâ€™s termination of Carterâ€™s employment as superintendent of the men employed on the work has some connection with the criticism. Wyatt was the first architect to occupy the chair of the RA. His work has always strong "Gothic" or classic tones. He had three outstanding faults; an entire lack of business capability, complete incapacity for constant or intense application and utter improvidence. He made a fortune, never saved any of it and left his widow penniless. Death; Aug 1813 aged 68.
About 2 miles east of Marlborough in Codringtonâ€™s coach and four travelling at great speed met a returning post chaise and a man on horseback riding at the side. "The rider was forced to make his way between the two vehicles ran against Codringtonâ€™s coach and was thrown over. The wheel of the carriage passed over the rump of the horse and the vehicle overturned". Wyattâ€™s skull was fractured and he was killed. A verdict of accidental death was returned. He was buried in the South transept of Westminster Abbey.
LEE PRIORY 1782 (Near Canterbury, Kent) Owner was Thomas Barratt friend of Walpoleâ€™s. Most famous alteration was the "Abbotâ€™s Library", and was the most serious gothic work which existed in 1780. It had no monastic connections, the name was only attacked to add realism. The most indispensable decoration was stained glass, the interior filled with a mass of gilded fittings ornamented with pinnacles and crockets.
The Work of James Wyatt
1770-2 The Pantheon, Oxford Street, London. 1772 Heaton Hall, Lancashire, for the Earl of Wilton. 1773-83 Christ Church Oxford, Canterbury Quadrangle, Doric Gates, staircase to hall. 1776-94 The Observatory, Oxford. 1778 Broom Park, Kent, alterations for Sir H Oxenden. 1779 Brasenose College, Oxford, Library. 1782-90 Lee Priory, Kent, for Thomas Barratt Esq. 1783 Cobham Hall, for Earl Darnley. 1789-90 St Georgeâ€™s Chapel, Windsor, alterations. 1787-93 Salisbury Cathedral, alterations. 1788 Westminster Abbey, alterations. 1788 Chiswick House, additions of wing for Duke of Devonshire. 1788 Oriel College, Oxford, Library and Common room. 1788-95 Lichfield Cathedral, alterations 1788-97 Hereford Cathedral, alterations. 1788-99 Heveningham Hall, for Lord Huntingdon. 1789-91 Milton Abbey, for Lord Milton. 1792 Frogmore House, for the Queen. 1795-6 Durham Cathedral, alterations 1795 Sundridge Park, Kent, for CS Scott. 1796-1800 Windsor Castle, alterations for King George IV. 1796-1808 Dodington Park, Gloucestershire, for C Codrington. 1800-06 Goodwood House, Sussex, for Duke of Richmond. 1800-13 Parliament Buildings, Westminster, general alterations. 1800 Wilton House, Wiltshire, for Earl of Pembroke. 1801 Town Hall, Ripon. 1801-13 Henry VIIIâ€™s Chapel, Westminster Abbey, alterations 1808-13 Ashridge Castle, Hertfordshire, for the Earl of Bridgewater (completed by Jeffry Wyatt 1813-1818. Badminton Park, Gloucestershire, for the Duke of Beaufort. Dungeness Light House, Kent.
DODINGTON PARK. Main staircase and landings to ground floor.
THE WYATT ARCHITECTS
James (509) Architect Samuel (475) Carpenter and Craftsman. Benjamin Wyatt (472) Carpenter, bought oak trees from famous woodland estates of William Bagot. This brought him and his sons to the notice of Bagot and the aristocracy. Samuel Wyatt (475) The craftsman, given first commission to build to anotherâ€™s drawings a country house 1769. Later a carpentry contract for Canterbury Quadrangle, Christ Church College, Oxford. Executed Bononiâ€™s design for new stables and house at Ashstead Park, Surrey. Worked on Pantheon, London 1769-1774. James Wyatt (509) Taken by Richard, younger brother of Sir William Bagot to Italy. (Note:- "Dale, 1936 states it was Sir William, by then Lord Bagot, Ambassador to Italy in 1762) Richard Bagot was secretary to Lord Northampton. James spent 2 years in Venice studying, drawing and painting under Antonio Viscentini and 4 years in Rome, where he made drawings and measurements of several of the major monuments. Gaddesden Place, Hertfordshire 1768. First commission in the south, after staying in London with brother John (474) at Newport Street, a surgeon and Fellow of the Royal Society, (intermittently between 1769-1774) while engaged with brother Samuel on Pantheon. Returned to Weeford where both William (473) and Samuel were architects. William Wyatt (473) patron was Matthew Boulton. Combination of Samuelâ€™s and Williamâ€™s co-operation led to the creation of the famous WYATT STYLE, as expressed in the Pantheon (1769-1774) project in Oxford Street, London, and a group of country houses, of which internal construction of :- Beaudesert (Staffordshire) and Heaton House (nr Manchester) were most important.
The individual contributions of James, Samuel and William to the new style has never been examined, but James played the dominant role and was the finest draughtsman of the three. Williamâ€™s contribution was mainly practical and with most business experience (acted as treasurer for Pantheon). Samuelâ€™s share more enigmatical, probably through his influences on James by showing him Adamâ€™s and Paineâ€™s designs. All the buildings designed 1769-1772 show Adamâ€™s influence and mark intermediary stage in evolution for HEATON HOUSE, building craftsmanship shows part played by Samuel.
THE PANTHEON (Oxford Street 1769-1771). First big work of combined brothers. Owner of site was Philip Elias Turst, company formed for building place of winter entertainment, equivalent to Ranelagh. Opened January 27th 1772, was a great success, financially and architecturally. Folio of accounts shows portrait of Samuel, (by Lemuel Abbott) who was responsible for timber construction, (Rotunda was vertuoso carpentry performance). It established the Wyatt metropolitan fame. William remained in the Midlands and id not work in London.
1771 Hagley Hall (nr Rugely) for Asheton Curzon, built by William (473) and Samuel (475). Heaton Hall (Manchester) for Sir Thomas Egerton. 1771 Gunton Hall (Norfolk) for Sir Harbord Harbord. 1771-73 Beaudesert (Staffordshire) for Lord Paget.
Joseph Wyatt (476) executed masonry and made new drives in the Park. Brother also worked independently on many commissions in the South, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Lewis William Wyatt (481) Succeeded father. Success of London business due to his able to draw on largely exploited Staffordshire woodlands, as result of the new canals, when timber was scarce. Benjamin Dean (520) Son of James (509) stayed at Weeford and helped William, till his appointment as Agent to Lord Penrhyn in Wales. 1774 Partnership of Samuel and James broke up. Samuel settled in Berwick Street, was an astute businessman became rich, designed lighthouses, model farms and moderately sized country houses. James completely improvident died in penury, became involved in more serious gothic work.
NOTE: for ILLUSTRATIONS OF THEIR WORK, see file ORIGINAL SOURCES. "Country Life" Evolution of the Wyatts.
510 Charles Wyatt 1752-56 Son of 472.
511 Anne 1732 - Married John Atkins of London in 1758.
512 Mary 1742 Married her cousin Thomas Wyatt of Bole Hall near Tamworth in Staffordshire in 1773.
513 Jane 1748 Married in 1773 her cousin Charles Wyatt of Bedford Row, Middlesex.
514 Sir Jeffry Wyatville 1766-1840 (Architect)
Born at Benton on Trent 1766, married â€“Pwell. Eldest son of Joseph and his first wife, (his cousin) Myrtilla. Grandson of Benjamin and Mary Wright. 1824, at age of 58, following a competition for the job, was made architect for Windsor Castle to carry out George IVâ€™s extensive renovations, at a cost of Â£771,000, principally in the "Upper Ward" containing the State apartments and private rooms of the Queen. On August 12th 1824, at Wyattâ€™s request, George IV authorised him to change his name to Wyatville by way of differentiating from other members of the family of Wyatt. His portrait, by Sir Thomas Lawrence, hangs in Windsor Castle. He was buried with his youngest daughter, Augusta Sophia, in the East End of St Georgeâ€™s Chapel, Windsor Castle. A plaque in the floor marks his grave and is topped by his coat of arms.
515 William Wyatt
516 Francis Fortescue
Married Mary Ann Parker to whom were born 13 children. He was born in Putney and went to Canada in 1820 were he was "Royal Engineer and Overseer of the Kingâ€™s Works in Quebec City", in charge of maintaining the battlements of Quebec.
517 Martha Daughter of Joseph (476) and Myrtilla Fortescue.
518 Myrtilla Daughter of Joseph (476 and Myrtilla.
519 Sarah Daughter of Joseph (476 and Myrtilla.
520 Benjamin Dean Wyatt 1775-1850
Eldest son of James Wyatt (509). Educated at Westminster and Christ Church but did not take a degree. Later studied with his father then visited the continent. 1811 Commenced rebuilding Drury Lane Theatre, previously destroyed by fire. 1825 Designed Princess Charlotteâ€™s Cenotaph in the nave of St Georgeâ€™s Chapel, Windsor Castle. 1829 With his brother Philip, altered Apsley House for the Duke of Wellington, designed Crockfordâ€™s club and Londonderry House, Park Lane. 1830-33 Erected Duke of Yorkâ€™s Column Â£25000. Philip Was also an architect but no further information available. Benjaminâ€™s famous buildings:- Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire. Lancaster House, Hyde Park Corner, London.
521 Matthew Coates Wyatt 1777-1862 Youngest son of James Wyatt (509). 1777 Born and educated at Eton, studied at School of Royal Academy. Obtained employment at Windsor Castle and became a favourite of King George III and his Queen. 1803-1814 Exhibited at Royal Academy. Designed equestrian statue of George III which not stands in Pall Mall east. Received many commissions and amassed considerable wealth. Had two children by his wife Maria, Matthew became a Lieutenant in the Queenâ€™s Bodyguard and was Knighted, James followed his father.
522 George Jeffrey Wyatt Son of Sir Jeffry Wyatville (514). No issue.
523 Emma Married â€“Hamby-Knapp. Inherited under fatherâ€™s will.
524 Laura Wyatt Daughter of (514), died unmarried.
525 Augusta Sophia 1804-1825 Unmarried, buried with her father in St Georgeâ€™s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
526 Emma Ann 1819-1820 Eldest child of Francis Fortescue Wyatt (516). Born in England, died in Quebec.
527. Emma Ann (2nd) 1821 - 1907 Daughter of (516). Married Henry Thomas Norris (1813-1883) in 1843 and from these were decended the NORRIS Tree.
528. Francis Robert Wyatt. 1823 - .
Born in Richmond Ontario (near Ottawa) 1823. Married Mary Ann Walsh of Warrington, England at Hamilton Ontario in 1824. They are reported to have had 15 Children thouhg only 10 are recorded. In 1870 went to Sherbrooke, Qubec and engaged in contracting. Devoted his time to a search for perpetal motion. His wife was bedridden for 15 years.
529. Jeffery James 1825 - . Born in Montreal. No other information.
530. Phillip Charles 1830 - 1921 Married Helen Maria Fiske and moved to St. Louis, Missouri where he was an engraver and bookbinder. They had five sons and two daughters.
531. Mathew Thomas George. 1832 - . Son of (516). Baptised in Montreal.
532. Frederick 1834 - 1836. Son of (516).
533. Charles 1836 - 1837. Son of (516).
534. Samuel 1838 - 1838. Born in January. Died in June in Quebec City. Baptised in Montreal.
535. Augusta Mary Ann. 12 Feb 1839 - 7 Nov 1839.
536. Marah. 1840 - 1929. 1864 Married John Holliday, a merchant in the shipping business of Holliday Brothers, which became the Clark Steamship Company. They had 7 sons and 1 daughter. See Holliday Tree.
537. Jeffery. Son of (528). First lived in the Eastern Township of Qubec and later moved to Ontario.
538. Lizzie Wyatt. Daughter of (528).
539. Kate Daughter of (528).. Married a Barney. May have lived in â€˜ Manchester - somewhere in USA.â€™
540. Martha. Married Arthur Bradley of Medway Mass. And lived in Springfield Mass.
541. Robert Wyatt. 1858 - 1923
Born in Levis, Qubec. Married Eve Russel Watson, whose mother was a member of the Duplessis family and relative of the infamous Premier Maurice Duplessis of Qubec. They had 4 Children. Robert was an outstanding Lacross player. He was Chief of the pattern Department of the canadian ingersole rand where he worked for 25 years. Thereafter he worked for 30 years as the supervisor and Chief instructor of the Government art school of Sherebroke, where he taught Mechanical Drawing.
542. Albert. Son of (528). Moved to USA early in life.
543. Jack. Son of (528). Also moved to USA early in life.
544. Thomas. Son of (528). Also moved to USA early in life.
545. Mary Ann Wyatt. Married Craig Thompson who had a monument business in Sherbrooke, Quebec. They had a daughter Kathleen and twins Martin and Luther.
546. William Henry. 1867 - 1959.
Son of Philip and Helen (530). Married Lorna Berry in 1898. Was in the Insurance business.
547. Herbert P. Wyatt. 1868 - 1957.
Founded the H.P. Wyatt Real Estate and Insurance Company in St Louis Missouri. He served on the Draft Board during World War 1. Married Anne Strodman in 1902.
548. Charles Thompson 1870 - 1931.
Was in the lead Mining business in Joplin Mo. He was a violinist and conductor of the Joplin Symphony Orchestra. Married Lola Cohenour in 1906.
549. Myra Wyatt. Died aged 5.
550. Frank Richard. 1874 - .
Served as Second Lieutenant in U.S> Infantry at the mexican border in 1916 on the trail of the bandit Pancho Villa. Later became Vice President of the Strodtom Real estate CO. and member of the Board of Directors of the Roosevelt Fedral savings Association. Married Bertha Vay Foskitt in 1898 and had 3 children.
551. Robert. 1887 - 1963.
Born in St Lois Mo. Was Associated for 50 years with Wm. Volker & CO. Wholesale furnishing dealers in Kansas City. Married (1) Mary Lucy Crawford in 1903 to whom 2 Children were born. (2) Mary Porter Brolsma in 1937.
552. Ruth Roberta. 1887 - 1953.
Born in Sherebroke, Qubec, her Mother Eve Watson was decended through the Duplessis family from that of Cardinal Richelieu of France. Married the Rev. Harold Stewart Laws of the Anglican (CofE - Episcopal) Church. Ruth devoted here life to welfare organisations for girls within the Church. She died suddenly of a heart attack and was buried in Montreal. They had two children: (1) Dr. H.K. Wyatt-Laws, BA, MDCM. At present (1967) Ophthalmologist in Chief in the Royal Canadian Hospital in Montreal and Assistant Eye Surgeon at the Montreal Childrenâ€™s Hospital. Born in 1941 and one of the correspondents to these notes. (2) Katherine Ruth Laws born in 1926.
553. Lawrence Percival Wyatt. 1889 - 1953.
Born in Sherebrooke, Qubec. Became a chicken rancher. Died of Cancer after 19 years in hospital. Married Jean Von Pozer. They had one Child. Separated in 1924.
554. Stanley Joseph Francis. 1889 - 1965.
Born in Qubec. Son of (541). Served in US Army in World War 1. Worked in a bank in Canada and later in USA. In later life owned Sheep ranches near Craig, Colorado, Hotels and Motels in Los Angeles and property in Hawaii; In all valued at over 1 million dollars. Died suddenly of a heart attack in Los Angeles. Buried in Sherbroke. Was unmarried.
556. Pansy Norrine 1895 - . Was a graduate of Macdonald Teachers College and taught in Sherbroke public schools and became an active worker for girls organizations in various Canadian provinces. Married Arthur Edwin Raymond B.Sc. And lived in Woodstock where her husband had a famous herd of pure bred Jersey cattle. He was the representative of the provincial Department of Agriculture until he retired in 1951 to Victoria B.C.
557. Rose Helen. 1899 - Married in 1923 to Leland Miller Bawden of Keokuk, Iowa. They lived in Iowa and run a resort hotel for 23 years.
558. John Berry. 1913 - . Married Florence K. Meyers, who was associated with the Insurance Co. of North America for 31 years. Moved to Chicago and became the resident Vice President of the Company.
559. Edith Catherine. 1905 - . Daughter of 547, Active in Episcopal Church and societal work. Worked as a secretary to the president of Dâ€™Arcy Advertising Company.
560. Helen Sarah. 1911 - . Worked for many years as secretary of the University City Public Schools before starting to teach.
561. Charles Thompson Jr. 1909 - . Born in Joplin Mo. He has been in Insurance business most of his life. Married Loisa Richter b. 1909 to whom two children were born; (1) Charles Albert b.1931 (2) Sally Louise b.1953
562. William Douglas 1914 - . He was first a newspaper man and later Assistant to the Director of Public Relations of the United States Steel Corporation in Pittsburg. Married Mayâ€™ean Wilson b.1919(No issue) . Married May Anderson in 1956. Two Children (1) Katherine Mae b.1966 (2) Russell Scott Wyatt b.1948 (Son of Mays previous marriage who was adopted by them)
563. Naomi Roselle. 1902 - . Married Frank Marriot in 1928 who served in the US Army Reserve, retiring with the rank of Lt./Col. Worked as a Project Engineer at Chrysler Corporation Glass Plant in Detroit.
564. Marian Ruth. 1905 - . Married Reginald Dellavy Armstrong of Fredricksburg, Ohio. Moved to Panama where he was Chief checker for Ships in and out of the canal.
565. Frank Richard Jr. 1916 - . Served in the US Army in Japan in World War II. Is a real estate and insurance broker. Married (1) Ruth Schmidt in 1936 to whom were born (a) Frank Richard III b. 1937; (b) Donald Bernard b.1939 (2) Phyllis Ann Scmit 1958 to whom were born (a) Gary Allen 1959, (b) Richard Kevin 1962.
566. Evalyn . 1904 - . Born in Salina Kansas. Husband O. Edward Gookins, worked as a chemist and then as a production superintendent of the Quaker Oats Co. in St. Joseph until his retirement. No Children.
567. Charles Crawford 1910 - . Born in Kansas City Mo. B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering Formed the MWK International Ltd constructing Co. Is currently President and the Company are building power plants in India, Pakistan, Turkey, South Vietnam, Korea and Honolulu. Married Elmira Hassig in 1937; 3 Children. Married Ruth Hammond Watson in 1956.
568. Jean Gertrude. 1918 - .
Born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Brought up in Montreal. Married Charles Alexander Devine, who is general purchasing agent for the Canadian Pittsburgh Industries Ltd.
569. Carol. 1942 - . Married Paul R. Dotson in 1965, a basket ball coach. Son Paul R. Dotson Jr. 1967.
570. John Berry. 1946 - . At present reaching in Public Schools in Munelein, Illinois. Married Claudia Joyce Janke in 1968. No children yet (1967)
571. Charles Albert 1931 - 1963. Killed in automobile accident in 1963. Married Jean Beaudoin, 1933 of Newbury Michigan.
572. Sally Louise. 1934 - . Married major L. Hughes USAF. In 1953. 4 Children.
573. Katherine Mae. 1966 - . Born in Pittsburgh, Pa.
574. Russell Scott. 1948 - . Born in Kew garden, Long Island. A student at the University of Pittsburgh.
575. Frank Richard III. 1937 - .
Married Frances Lambrechts in 1959. Senior accountant at Monsanto Chemical C. in St. Louis, Mo.
576. Donald Bernard. 1939 - . Student at Southern Illinois University. Married Frances Mae Dulose 1960.
577. Gary Allan 1959 - . Son of (565). Born in St. Louis Mo.
578. Richard Kevin 1962 - . Son of (565). Born in St. Louis Mo.
579. Carol Robin 1940 - . Married Thomas E. Norman on the staff of the Masonite Corp.
580. Merrie Jane. 1946 - . Born in Seattle, Washington. Working for a degree at Maryknoll College in Manila (1967)
581. Charles Hassig. 1949 - . Plans to study Engineering in the USA (1967)
581a. Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt 1820 - 1877.
Youngest son of Matthew Wyatt (509). Born at Rowde 1820. 1851 Secretary of the great Exhibition in London. Won numerous gold medals for design; Collaborated with Brunel in designing Paddington Station. 1855. Knighted. Became a Surveyor to east India Company. Decorated with Legion of Honor by French for services to the Paris Exhibition. 1855 - 59 Secretary of the Royal Institute of British Architects. First Professor of Fine Arts at Slade School of Architecture, Cambridge, and received Hon. MAWorks includes: Alford House, Kensington Gore, Crimean Memorial, Chatah, Adelphi Theatre. Died at Dimlands Castle near Cowbridge, S Wales, buried at Usk.
582 William Wiatt Eldest son of (141), died in infancy.
583 Charles Barrington Second son of (141), died at sea in 1914.
584 Ethel Mary Daughter of (141), died in 1940.
586 Frank Helden Wiatt Son of (141), was known to be living in 1961.
587 Joseph P Son of (141), died in 1957.
588 Wilfred Thompson Son on (141), married Ethel Jones. Was know to be living in 1964.
589 Harold Cumber Wiatt Son of (141), died in 1958.
590 Helen Mary
591 Stuart Dudley Son of (583), name of wife untraced. Had daughter Penelope, who married Mr. Giles.
592 Ethel Jones Wiatt Daughter of (583), married Mr. Tenton. Was known to be living in Guildford in 1961.
593 Hugh Davis. Son of (590).
594 Rosemary Davis Wiatt Daughter of (590).
595 Penelope Wiatt Daughter of (591), married Mr. Giles, was known to be living in Bath.
596 Margaret Wiatt 1890 - Daughter of John Francis (166), married Clements C Crocker. They had two children, John W Crocker 1915 and Virginia Crocker 1911.
597 Anna Lyle Wiatt 1886 - Daughter of 106.
598 Stella C Wiatt Daughter of John Julian 169, married Jessie H Walton 1906 and had 6 children.
599 Gary 1946 - Son of Mary and __ Olgie.
600 Thomas Olgie Son of Mary Wiatt (173) and __ Olgie.
601 Diane 1941 - Daughter of Henry A Wiatt (174).
602 Ellen 1943 - Daughter of (174).
603 Henry A Wiatt 1949 - Son of (174).
604 William Wyatt. Steward to Lord Uxbridge. Married Mary Hervey
605. George. -d. 1790
Son of 472. Was known to have practiced as an Architect.
606. Charles. Son of (509). He had been Surveyor General of crown lands in Upper Canada but returned home after a quarrel with the Governor in 1813. Thereafter assisted his father as an architect.
607. Philip. Son of (509). Was known to have practiced as an Architect.
608. Mathew Thomas Henry Wyatt. 1807 - 1888. Born in Loughlin House, Roscommon, eldest son of Mathew Wyatt (609?)
609. Mathew. Son of (604). Married Anne Hillier, sister of Sir Thomas Lawrence. Became a police magistrate.
610. Thomas Henry 1807 - 1880.
Son of (609). Was also born in Loughlin House, Roscommon. Was known to have practiced as an Architect. 1832 - 1861 Appointed district surveyor to hackney, designed Assize Courts at Cambridge, Brecon and usk as well as many private residences. Finest buildings were the exchange at Liverpool and knightsbridge barracks. 1870-73 President of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Buried at Weston Patrick, near Basingstoke.
611. Woodrow Lyle Wyatt. M.P. 1918 - .
Born 1918. Married Lady Morea Hastings in 1957. Eldest daughter of the Earl of Huntingdon. The marriage was dissolved in 1966. Woodrow was educated at Eastbourne College and Worcester Clooege Oxford where he obtained his M.A. Served in 1939-45 war to the rank of major. Personal assistant to Sir Stafford Cripps; served on Cabinet Mission. Was Parlimentry Under Secretary of State. Member of Parliament for Bosworth division of Liecester. Publications inclide â€˜The Jews at Homeâ€™ - 1950.; Sothwards from China - 1952. Adressesâ€™ 12 Devonshire St, London W1. Canock Old Manor, Wiltshire.
612. Jane Wyatt. 1742 - 1821. Daughter of William (338). Married Dr Walter Bennett.
613. Anne Wyatt. Will of 1813. Daughter of William (338). Married Humphrey Bailey (or Haley?)
614. John Wyatt. Born about 1751 or later. Married Sarah Phillips.
615. Richard Wyatt. 1769 - 1860. Son of (338). Married Sarah Jane Blair 1767 - 1852.
616. William. Son of (338). No information.
617. Mary. Daughter of (338). No information.
618. Sarah. Daughter of (338). No information.
620. Jane Elizabeth Wyatt. 1759 - 1859. Daughter of (615). Married Rhodes West.
621. James Wyatt. 1797 - 1829. Son of (615). Was a captain in the war in 1812.
622. Thomas Wyatt. 1801 - 1869. Son of (615). Married isabelle Wham
623. Sarah Wyatt. 1804 - 1876. Daughter of (615). Married Alex Morton Jr.
Jane Wyatt. 1807 - 1895. Daughter of (615). Died unmarried.
626. John Wyatt. 1809 - 1869. Married in 1830 to Margaret Greer Hamilton. Son of (615). Lived in Tennessee and Illinois.
627. William Greer Wyatt. 1831 - 1848. Son of (626). Died unmarried.
628. James Wyatt. 1833 - 1918. Son of (626). Married: 1. Mary Wilson. 2. Niece of General Forrest, Army of Conscription in Confederate Army. 629. John Hamilton Wyatt. 1835 - 1907. Son of (626). Died aged 3.
630. Richard Calvin Wyatt. 1837 - 1907. Son of (626). Married Alice Knowles who died in 1920. A Presbyterian minister.
631. John H. Wyatt. 1840 - 1886. Son of (626). Married Kate Morton. Was in 111th Illinois Infantry, Union Army. 632. Martha Jane Wyatt. 1842 - 1860. Daughter of (626. No information.
633. David M. Wyatt. 1844 - 1932. Son of (626).
634. Thomas M. Wyatt. 1847 - 1878. Son of (626).
635. Sarah Anne Wyatt. 1850 - 1919. Daughter of (626). Married James Telford.
636. William M. Wyatt. 1854 - 1937. Son of (626). Married Alice Telford.
637. Robert Alex Wyatt. 1850 - 1921. Son of (626). Married Laura Evaline Wham in 1875. Lived in Illinois and California.
638. Carrie Wyatt. Daughter of (626). Married: (1) William Murray. (2) William Howlett.
639. Mabel Wyatt. Daughter of (631). Married R.J. Mclauglin, who supplied some of the information on this Chart, taken from the Mclauglin genealogy.
640. John Wyatt. Son of (631). Married Anna Creel.
641 Eva Wyatt 1918 -. Daughter of (631). Married Walter Bloggs.
642 Winifred Wyatt Daughter of (631), married M. Ola skinner.
643 Anna Myrtle Wyatt 1897 - Daughter of (637).
644 Roscoe D Wyatt 1883 - Son of (637), married Lillian Ethel Toler in 1908.
645 Elsie Agnes Wyatt 1888 -
646 Francis D Wyatt 1910 - Son on (644), married Dorothy King Leps in 1934.
647 Robert David Wyatt 1940 - . Son of (646).
THIS IS THE END OF THE GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH OF JOHN HAMPTON WYATT, ADAPTED BY HIS GRANDCHILDREN FOR THE WEBSITE. WE HOPE YOU ENJOYED IT AND HOPEFULLY LEARNED OF MORE INFORMATION FOR YOU OWN RESEARCH.
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