Person:Asa Hyatt (1)

m. Abt 1746
  1. John HyattAbt 1747 -
  2. Shadrach Hyatt1749 - 1835
  3. Meshach HyattAbt 1750 -
  4. Abednego HyattAbt 1752 -
  5. Asa Hyatt1756 - Aft 1843
  6. Sarah HyattAbt 1757 -
  7. Jesse HyattAbt 1758 -
  • HAsa Hyatt1756 - Aft 1843
  • WMary WoodAbt 1750 - Aft 1840
m. 29 Aug 1779
  1. _____ HyattAbt 1776 -
  2. _____ HyattAbt 1780 -
  3. _____ HyattAbt 1781 -
  4. Dorcas HyattAbt 1782 - 1886
  5. Elizabeth HyattAbt 1784 -
  6. David HyattAbt 1786 -
  7. Allen Alsey Hyatt1790 - 1831
  8. William HyattAbt 1792 -
  9. John Hyatt1794 - 1878
  10. James HyattAbt 1796 -
  11. Ruby HyattAbt 1798 -
Facts and Events
Name Asa Hyatt
Gender Male
Birth? 1756 Turkey Foot, Fredrick, Maryland
Other[1][3] 1756 Biography
Marriage 29 Aug 1779 Orange County, Virginiato Mary Wood
Other[2][4] Bet 1780 and 1783 Military
Death? Aft 15 Jun 1843 Anson County, North Carolina

Asa, 18:95 Revolutionary War Pension Records Index

  1. Anson County Heritage, North Carolina, 1995. (Wadesboro, North Carolina : Don Mills & Anson County Heritage Book Committee, c1995)
    page 203, #429.
  2. United States. Veterans Administration. Revolutionary war pension and bounty-land-warrant application files, M804. (Washington : The National Archives, 1969)
    roll 1266 Hiatt, Asa; FHL 971266.
  3. Asa & Mary Wood Sale Hyatt: Asa Hyatt was born 1756 in Turkeyfoot Settlement, Frederick County Maryland son of Meshack Hyatt and Sarah Bremfield. Enlisting in the Revolutionary War in Frederick, June 1776, he seerved in Philadelphia, Long Island New York, and Schuylkill Pennsylvania. August 29, 1779 he married Mary Wood Sale both of St. James Northam Parish, Orange County Virginia. Asa was paid for beef sold the army 1781, and the same year was on the tax list of Wake County North Carolina. Asa was on the deed and tax records of Wake, owning 223 acres on Buckhead Creek near Holy Springs. 1790 Asa had three males under 16, one male over 16 and four females. Does six children in eleven years mean that Mary had children when they married? By 1800 the number of children was ten. 1801 daughter Dorcas married and Asa sold his Buckhead land and moved to Anson County. He bought 300 acres on Cribbs Creek. Later he had 500 acres. 1810 census 5 children were at home. By 1820 Asa had left and gone to Parke County, Indiana. In 1833 Asa applied for a pension for his service in the Revolution. Turned down because he had three wrong years, he still served in the war. 1843 Asa Hyatt was back in Anson County and had deeds until 1844 when Asa sold 70 acres on Richardson Creek. His last record, he died before 1850 and is buried in the Hyatt Cemetery near Burnsville in an unmarked grave, with wife Mary and son Alse. Mary Wood Sale Hyatt was born 1750, Maryland, daughter of Henry Wood of Orange County, Virginia. His will 24 Feb 1812 left money to her and his littliest gun, to his grandson Alsea Hyatt. William Hyatt collected Mary's share of $547.04 in 1827. She married Asa Hyatt as Mary Sale in Orange County Virginia, Her great grandson, Joe B Traywick a methodist Minister wrote of her. "The three pioneer brothers in-law had a highly educated mother-in-law. Mrs Hyatt who came along and settled in the Fountain Hill wilderness with them. Her maiden name was Miss Mary Woods and her home was in Maryland during the Revolutionary war. She lived to be 92 years old and it is said of her that she read a book nearly through the day of her death." She and her family were without Asa in Anson County in 1820 and 1830 census. She died before 1850. She had at least 10 childen, those known, named below: Children; 1. Mr Hyatt or Sale abt 1776; 2. Miss Hyatt b abt 1780 married James Allen; 3. Dorcas Hyatt b abt 1782 married Berryman Traywick; 4. David Hyatt b abt 1786; 5. Allen Alse Hyatt b abt 1790 married Irene Woodward/Woodard; 6. William Hyatt b abt 1792 married Eliza McNealy; 7. John Hyatt b 1794 married 1. Mary McNealey 2. Mary Crook; 8, Mary Hyatt b abt 1795 married Henry Cheney; 9. James Hyatt b 1796 (Probably to Parke County Indiana with Asa); 10. Ruby Hyatt b 1798.
    Submitted by Lela V Hunt Peterson, 3rd great granddaughter, 205 E. 500 N, Monroe, Utah 84754
    Sources: Rev papers 48723 R 4943, Douglas Register #823519, Orange Co, Va Minutes Bk 2 p 180, 1790 Census Wake NC, Wake Co NC tax lists 1793-1799, 1800 census Wake NC, Wake Co marriages and deeds, Anson Co NC deeds 1801-1843 ( He had many deeds) Article Marshville Home Publisher re-printed 1922 (photocopy), Records of Annie Lee Traywick and many others.
  4. Asa claimed that he served in the 7th line of the Continental army