Geoge Fisk Pyeatt was born November 11, 1855, in Vineyard Township, Washington County, Arkansas, to William Stevenson Pyeatt and Maryann May Johnson. He died June 22, 1938, in Morrow, Washington County, Arkansas. George married Lorena Madison Edmiston who was born January 3, 1863, and died August 28, 1933, in Morrow, Washington County, Arkansas. Both are buried in the Bethlehem Cemetery, Washington County, Arkansas.
The children of George and Lorena were:
Mary P Pyeatt b: Oct 1879 Washington Co, AR
Elsie A Pyeatt b: Apr 1881 Washington Co, AR
Rebecca Pyeatt b: Oct 1885 Washington Co, AR
We find him on the 1880 census in Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas, with the Patterson family as follows:
Patterson, Wm P age 35 born NC / WM / Married / Farmer / father/mother born NC
Patterson, Mary A (Other) age 31 born AR / WF / Married / Keeping House / father born KY/mother born TN
Patterson, Robert (Other) age 4 born AR / WM / Single / father born NC/mother born AR
Patterson, Kate (Other) age 1 born AR / WF / Single / father born NC/mother born AR
Stephens, Annie (Other) age 20 born TX / WF / Single / Servant / father/mother born ---
Pyeatt, George F age 24 born AR / WM / Married / farmer / father born (blank)/mother born KY
Pyeatt, Lorena M (blank) age 17 born AR / WF / Married / keeping house / father/mother born AR
Pyeatt, Mary P (blank) age 7/12 born AR / WF / Single / father/mother born AR / cannot read/write
This family was enumerated 12 June 1880 in Dist 211 Cane Hill on pg 622; this enumerator only listed non-typical relationships - all others were blank 'other'. Living nearby was the H C and Eliza Pyeatt family; C F Pyeatt; Addie Pyeatt; and Martha J Pyeatt.
They appeared on the 1910 census of Dutch Mills, Washington County, Arkansas, as follows:
Pyeatt, George F age 54 born AR / wm / married1 31 yrs / father/mother born TN
Pyeatt, Lorena (wife) age 47 born AR / wf / married 1 31 yrs / 3 children/2 living / father/mother born AR
This family was enumerated #16 pg 96B ED #130 image 2/13. I wonder which of their children had died?