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James WYATT
Margaret SMITH
Husband:  James WYATT
Birth:  ca. 1766, Rowan Co., NC
Death:  1839, McCracken Co., KY
Father:  John WYATT
Mother:  Rachel HANNAH
Marriage:  1799
Migration:  1838, moved to McCracken Co., KY
Wife:  Margaret SMITH
Birth:  c1770, NC
Death:  McCracken Co., KY
Children born in Davidson Co., NC:
  1.  Judah WYATT, b. 1800/1
  2.  Frederick WYATT, b. 1801/2; m. Susannah __?__
  3.  Rachael WYATT, b. 1804; m. Kirby JONES
  4.  Nancy WYATT, b. 1807; m. Jesse THOMAS
  5.  John WYATT, b. 1808/9; m. Delaney BROWNING
  6.  Lorenzo Dow WYATT, b. Dec 1812; m. Lucinda Caroline DUNAWAY
  7.  Dempsy WYATT, b. 1815; m. Martha E. ENDSLEY
  8.  Peter WYATT, b. 1817/8; m. Elizabeth Jane MORGAN
  9.  Rhoda WYATT, b. 24 May 1818; m. Daniel JONES
10.  William WYATT, b. 1829; m. Elizabeth F. SPENCE
11.  Mary Ann WYATT, b. 18??; m. Edmund A.H. BROWNING
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Kentucky, North Carolina

Sources:

1.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 9, Pedigree #2887.

2.  Messages in the Wyatt Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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