Go to Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Diana, Goddess of the Hunt for Ancestors!
Go to Every-Name Index
Every-Name Index
Needham WYATT
Martha Ann MANN
Orphra J. HARMON
Husband:  Needham WYATT
Birth:  27 Jun 1807, TN
Death:  20 Feb 1895, Muhlenberg Co., KY
Disposition:  buried Wyatt Chapel Cemetery 
Father:  Thomas William WYATT
Mother:  Mary NEEDHAM
Marriage-1:  24 Apr 1832, Todd Co., KY
Wife-1:  Martha Ann MANN
Birth:  11 Apr 1812, VA
Death:  20 Oct 1854, Muhlenberg Co., KY
Disposition:  buried Wyatt Chapel Cemetery 
Father:  Wyatt MANN
Mother:  Nancy PENN
Marriage-2:  aft. 1854
Wife-2:  Orphra J. HARMON
Birth:  28 Sep 1823, Tennessee Co., KY
Death:  25 Sep 1917, Muhlenberg Co., KY
Disposition:  buried Jernigan Chapel Cemetery
Other spouse:  m1. Mr. JERNIGAN
Father:  Harvey HARMON
Children with Martha Ann MANN: 
  1.  Elizabeth Frances WYATT, b. 27 Oct 1833, Todd Co., KY 
  2.  Charles Wesley WYATT, b. 1834, Todd Co., KY 
  3.  Nancy Jane WYATT, b. 1836, Todd Co., KY
  4.  Thomas S. WYATT, b. 1837, Todd Co., KY
  5.  (infant) WYATT, b. 1839, Todd Co., KY
  6.  Martha A. WYATT, b. 1841, KY
  7.  Mary Susan WYATT, b. 1843, KY
  8.  William Needham WYATT, b. 1844, KY
  9.  Ann E. WYATT, b. 1849, KY 
10.  Daniel E. WYATT, b. 1851, Muhlenberg Co., KY 
11.  (infant daughter) WYATT, b. 1853, Muhlenberg Co., KY
Children with Orphra HARMON:
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia


1.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Kentucky Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-229):
Wyatt, Needham Mann, Martha A. 22 Apr 1832 Todd Co.

2.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1840 (Broderbund CD-314):
1840 Wyatt, Neadham KY Todd Co. Todd City p. 272

3.  1850 Census Index/Microfilm (online at GenealogyLibrary.com):  Sub-Division No. 2, Muhlenberg Co., KY, p. 271AB, ???/683, enumerated 11 Oct 1850, enumerated 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
N. Wyatt  42 M Farmer $300 Tenn
Martha A. "  34 F     VA
Elizabeth F. "  16 F     Ky
Charles W. "  15 M none   Do
Nancy J.   "  14 F     Do
Thomas S.  "  13 M     Do
Martha A.  "   8 F     Do
Mary S. Wyatt   6 F     Ky
Wm N.      "   4 M     Do
Ann E.     " 10/12 F     Do
Martha is fibbing about her age.  Living next door to Martha's probable sister, Mary Amanda (MANN) DICKERSON

4.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1860 (Broderbund CD-318):
1860 Wyatt, Needham KY Muhlenberg Co. Greenville P.O. p. 715

5.  1840 Tax List - Todd County, Ky transcribed by Karen Combs (online at Todd County KYGenWeb site [link died]):
Pg.  Name Acres Watercourse Value
50 Wyatt, Needham 80 Elkfork RR 120

6.  John M. Gresham.  1900.  Historical and Biographical Record of Douglas County, Illinois.  Press of Wilson, Humphreys & Co., Logansport, IN (online at HeritageQuest at Ancestry.com).  For full excerpt, see Thomas's family group sheet
p. 284
Thomas S. Wyatt, ex-sheriff of Douglas county, was born in Todd county, Kentucky, January 13, 1838.  His father, Needham Wyatt, a blacksmith, was born in Tennessee.  Thomas Wyatt, the father of Needham, was born in North Carolina; was a Revoultionary soldier, and was at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis.  The mother of Thomas S. Wyatt was Mrs. Martha A. (Mann) Wyatt, sister of Rev. William W. Mann, a prominent member of the Methodist church of Kentucky...

7.  Family Group Sheet by John Charles Tippet.

8.  Messages in the Mann Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

Contact Home
Table of
Everything I have is online at this web site.  I have no further information, so please don't write asking me if I do.
On the other hand, if you feel I've made an error, please don't hesitate to notify me, but in which case,

please include a link to the page you are referencing.
There are over 18,000 pages on this web site, and I simply don't remember every page, much less every person on every page.

"The Cloud" is double-speak for "dumb terminal on a main frame." Been there; done that. Never again.
You are giving away not only your privacy, but control of your data, your apps, and your computer to a corporation. Is that really where you want to go?
The IT guys on the big iron hated the Personal Computer because it gave users freedom and power; now they've conned you into being back under their control.
Table of Contents
Go to Table of Contents
Privacy Policy ______
Every-Name Index
Go to Every-Name Index