Biographical Sketch of Frank Wyatt

Frank Wyatt, of North Carolina, had the following children John, William, Frank, Jr., Ricks, Polly, Elizabeth, and Sally. John, William, and Ricks settled in Lincoln County, Kentucky, at a very early date, and the former served as a soldier in the revolutionary war. He married Polly Pearle, of Virginia, and settled in Warren County, Mo., in 1817. They had Martha, Frank, Susan, Elizabeth, Sarah, Rebecca, William S., Mary A., Anna E., and Nancy. Frank was a soldier of the war of 1812, and died of consumption in Kentucky. Nancy, Martha, and Anna E. all died unmarried. Susan married James Pennington, of Kentucky, who settled in Warren County in 1817. Their children ware Frank M., John T., Liberty S., Mary C., Ephraim, Rebecca, Isabella J., Martha F., and Lavinia W. Elizabeth Wyatt married William James, who settled in Warren County in 1809. Their children were John W., Martha A., Benjamin S., William F., and Lucian A. Mr. James was Judge of the County Court for some time, and Sheriff two terms. Sarah Wyatt married Walter T. James, who settled in Warren County in 1709. They had Frank W., Mary A., William S., John B., Elizabeth, Joel P., Rex, and Lyeurgus. Rebecca Wyatt was married first to Joel Pearle, who settled in Warren County in 1828. They had two children John H., and Mary A., when Mr. Pearle died, and his widow subsequently married Joseph Rattsburn, of Ohio. William S. Wyatt married Patience Pearle; but they had no children. Mary A. married and settled in Missouri.



Warren County MO,

Bryan, William Smith A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: With Numerous Sketches, Anecdotes, Adventures, Etc., Relating to Early Days in Missouri. Also the Lives of Daniel Boone and the Celebrated Indian Chief, Black Hawk, with Numerous Biographies and Histories of Primitive Institutions. Bryan Brand & Company. 1876.

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