John Piatt was born c1712 in Six Mile Run, Bound Brook, New Jersey, and died July 07, 1760, in St. Domingo, St Thomas, West Indies. He was the son of Jacob Piatt and Mary Hull. He married Frances Van Vliet 1738 in Somerset County, New Jersey.
Frances Van Vliet was born 1713 in Trenton, Somerset County, New Jersey and died December 26, 1776, in Trenton, Somerset County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of John Van Vliet and Margaret Brynson.
Known children of John Piatt and Frances Van Vliet are:
b: Dec 1745 Six Mile Run, Middlesex Co, NJ (or Somerset Co) d: 16 Apr 1780 Morristown, Morris Co, NJ m: 17 Mar 1765 Catherine Sherrod
William Piatt (Captain Rev War) b: 7 Oct 1743 Six Mile Run, Middlesex Co, NJ d: 4 Nov 1791 (in Indian Battle under Gen St. Clair Ft. Recovery, Ohio) m1: 1774 Jemina Quick (one son) m2: Dec 1778 Sarah Shotwell b: 1756 d: 1841
James Piatt (War 1812) m: Rachel Bear
Fanny Piatt b: Rising Sun, IN, m: Chester M Travis (Fannie's DAR ID Number: 43092)
John Bear Piatt m: Emily Scott
George Henry Piatt m: Sarah Jane Sendell
Madge Piatt b: Helena, MT m: Hiram A Haynes (Madge's DAR ID Number: 58420)
(Captain Rev War) b: 16 May 1747 in Somerset Co, NJ d: 14 Aug 1834 in Boone Co, KY m1: Hannah McCullough Cooke b: 6 Nov 1760 Greenwich, Sussex Co, NJ d: 7 Jun 1818 m2: Martha Huddy Perry (d/o Captain Joshua Huddy and widow of William Perry) b: 22 Apr 1766 d: 28 Feb 1842 (
buried in the Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH)
In Jim Elbrecht's (email@example.com) search of New Jersey Revolution Pension files [M804-438, Richard Butler, NJ S35804], he noted
declarations from Robert Piatt, as administrator of "my
father, Capt. Daniel Piatt" estate that he had his father's company books on which Richard Butler's name appears. And, Jacob Piatt, brother of Capt.
Daniel, and an ensign in Col. Winds 1st New Jersey Regiment that he was familiar with the men in his brother's company. Both declarations made Nov 12, 1822, in Boone County, Kentucky.