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John WYATT
Lucy RICHARDSON
WARNING:  There are serious problems with this family group sheet.  Very likely a generation has been skipped.
Husband:  John WYATT
Birth:  1757, Londonderry, Ireland
Death:  aft. 1807, Davidson Co., NC
Father:  John WYATT
Mother:  Jane __?__
Marriage:  said to have married in Ireland in 1800, which is inconsistent with an arrival in America of 1773.  A marriage of 1800 would have been extremely late for John, so either he had an earlier wife (or two), or a generation has been skipped, or both.
Migration:  said to have come to America with his father and family in 1773 on the ship Admiral Hawk.
Wife:  Lucy RICHARDSON
Children born in Davidson Co., NC:
1.  John R. "Jonny" WYATT, b. 1799-1802 
2.  Noah WYATT, b. 1806/7 or 1809/10


Sources:

1.  Janie Revill.  1939.  A Compilation of the Original Lists of the Protestant Immigrants to South Carolina, 1763-1773.  State Company, Columbia, SC (reprinted 1968, Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD).
As cited by Carole G. Locke in a file at WorldConnect:
John Wyatt "Wiatt" (1725) b. Londonderry, Ireland. m. Jane----- (1722) b. Londonderry, Ireland.  John and family came to United States of America on January 6, 1773 on ship Admiral Hawk with John McAdam, Master.  John Wyatt Purchased 500 acres of land and pattened (sic) 500 acres of land in Granville County, South Carolina. (Protesant Immigrants to South Carolina,
1763-1773.)
Children
Mary Wyatt (1747-) b. Londonderry, Ireland.
Ann Wyatt (1748-) b. Londonderry, Ireland.
William Wyatt (1750-) b. Londonderry, Ireland
Christopher Wyatt (1753-) b. Londonderry, Ireland.
Orley Wyatt (1755-) b. Londonderry, Ireland.
John Wyatt (1757-) b. Londonderry, Ireland. Married Lucy Richardson
It's unclear whether all of this note was quoted from Revill.  In any case, Revill is a secondary source being cited by a secondary sourse, so the above remains in need of documentation.  The immigration record and the deed are no doubt verifiable, the question is where the list of children came from and the spouse for son, John.

.  Anon.  1991.  The 1795 Census of Kentucky [as constructed from tax lists].  T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL (said to include every extant tax list from the state of Kentucky for the year 1795):
Pg Name County
187 Wiat, John Harrison
194 Wyett, John Lincoln
These are the only John WYATTs in KY in this book.  Hard to say whether either one is our subject.  Lincoln Co. is closer to Green than Harrison.

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