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Obituaries and Death Information II

Montana - Jefferson County
Index to names
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Knute R L Johnson age 75; Residence: Lump Gulch - Birthdate: 10/11/1893 MN; Marriage Date: 03/16/1921; Married at: Duluth, MN; Veteran; Place of event: Great Falls; Name and Date of paper: Monitor 11/30/1968; Father: Robert Johnson; Mother: Marie Piatt; Spouse: Elsie Larson; Burial: Sunset Memorial Cemetery HLN; Comments: Daughter: Una Schlack; Evelyn Perry. Sister: Nina Collins
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Nevada - Las Vegas - Las Vegas Journal Review
Las Vegas Journal Review 7 Jun 2000
Elmo Mitchell Gainer Sr., 78, died May 30. He was born March 6, 1922, in Beaumont, Texas. A Navy veteran of World War II, he was a retired police officer for the Clark County School District, a four-year resident of Sparks, a former resident of Pahrump and a member of American Legion. He is survived by his sons, Mitchell of Riverside, Calif., and Richard of Pahrump; daughters, Daisy Pyatt of Carson City and Edy Worick of Sparks; brother, Henry of Baytown, Texas; sister, Ann Skybo of Vider, Texas; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Boulder City. Neptune Society of Nye County handled arrangements.

1850 New Jersey Mortality Schedule

North Carolina Death Records, 1970-1974
Name: PIATT, JOHN Place of Death: , Catawba Place of Residence: , Catawba Institution: General Hospital 50-99 Beds Date of Death: August 05, 1971 Sex: Male Race: White Age: 94 Years 00 Months 00 Days Autopsy: No Place of Injury: None Mode of Burial: Widowed Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Year Received: 1961

Name: PYATT, FERMON Place of Death: , Burke Place of Residence: , McDowell Institution: Mental Hospital Date of Death: January 29, 1970 Sex: Male Race: White Age: 73 Years 00 Months 00 Days Autopsy: No Place of Injury: none Mode of Burial: Widowed Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Year Received: 1960

Name: PYATT, JAMES Place of Death: , Cleveland Place of Residence: , McDowell Institution: Other Institution Date of Death: December 20, 1970 Sex: Male Race: White Age: 88 years 07 Months 10 Days Autopsy: No Place of Injury: none Mode of Burial: Widowed Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Year Received: 1960

Name: PYATT, FLORIE Place of Death: Raleigh, Wake Place of Residence: Raleigh, Wake Institution: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over Date of Death: March 17, 1971 Sex: Female Race: White Age: 80 Years 00 Months 00 Days Autopsy: No Place of Injury: none Mode of Burial: Widowed Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Year Received: 1961

Name: PYATT, MAE Place of Death: Marion, McDowell Place of Residence: , McDowell Institution: General Hospital 50-99 Beds Date of Death: January 02, 1972 Sex: Female Race: White Age: 46 Years 04 Months 22 Days Autopsy: No Place of Injury: None Mode of Burial: Married Marital Status: Married Attendant: Physician Year Received: 1962

Name: PYATT, BEATRICE Place of Death: , McDowell Place of Residence: , McDowell Institution: Home Date of Death: February 18, 1972 Sex: Female Race: White Age: 58 Years 00 Months 00 Days Autopsy: No Place of Injury: none Mode of Burial: Married Marital Status: Married Attendant: Medical Examiner Year Received: 1963

North Carolina Death Index 1975
Name: PYATT, WILLIAM Death Date: November 28, 1975 Sex: Male Race: Black Age: 64 Years Place of Death: , Columbus Place of Residence: , Columbus, North Carolinaa Autopsy: No Institution: General Hospital Marriage: Married Attedant: Physician Method of Burial: Burial in State

North Carolina Death Index, 1976-1977
Name: PYATT, JENNIFER LEIGH Birth Date: April 25, 1976 Death Date: April 25, 1976 Sex: Female Race: White Age Units: 06 Hours Place of Occurance: Asheville, Buncombe, North Carolina Place of Residence: , McDowell, North Carolina Autopsy: None Hospital: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over Marital Status: Never Married Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial in state Place of Injury: None

Name: PYATT, GLENN DAVID Birth Date: May 30, 1915 Death Date: April 02, 1976 Sex: Male Race: White Age Units: 60 Years Place of Occurance: , McDowell, North Carolina Place of Residence: , McDowell, North Carolina Autopsy: No Hospital: Home Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial in state Place of Injury: None

Name: PYATT, SAMUEL DAVID Birth Date: June 02, 1899 Death Date: January 19, 1977 Sex: Male Race: White Age Units: 77 Years Place of Occurance: Asheville, Buncombe, North Carolina Place of Residence: , McDowell, North Carolina Autopsy: No Hospital: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over Marital Status: Married Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial in state Place of Injury: None

Name: PYATT, THELMA LILLIAN Birth Date: March 29, 1913 Death Date: April 27, 1977 Sex: Female Race: Black Age Units: 64 Years Place of Occurance: Whiteville, Columbus, North Carolina Place of Residence: , Columbus, North Carolina Autopsy: No Hospital: General Hospital 50-99 Beds Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial in state Place of Injury: None

Name: BLATT, EVA PYATT Birth Date: May 25, 1892 Death Date: May 17, 1977 Sex: Female Race: White Age Units: 84 Years Place of Occurance: Salisbury, Rowan, North Carolina Place of Residence: , Davie, North Carolina Autopsy: No Hospital: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over Marital Status: Widowed Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial out of state Place of Injury: None

Name: PYATT, LUCILLE JACOBS Birth Date: January 19, 1931 Death Date: November 01, 1977 Sex: Female Race: White Age Units: 46 Years Place of Occurance: Durham (P), Durham, North Carolina Place of Residence: , Macon, North Carolina Autopsy: Yes Hospital: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over Marital Status: Divorced Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial in state Place of Injury: none

North Carolina - Gaston County - Mount Holly
MOUNT HOLLY — Paul Thomas Vance, 76, 2340 Lucia Stanley Road, died April 17, 2000, at Lincoln Nursing Center, Lincolnton. He was a native of Avery County, son of the late Mack and Ruth Pyatt Vance, Army veteran of World War II, retired from A&E, member of Community Pentecostal Center. SURVIVORS: Wife, Reaney Elizabeth Grindstaff Vance; sons and daughter-in-law, Tommy Dale Vance, Mount Holly, Paul Newton and Diana Faye Vance, Lincolnton; brother, Cecil Vance, Lenoir; half-sister, Louise Laws, Washington state; grandchildren, Shena, Amy, Melissa, Angie and Jessie Vance FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Wednesday, Community Pentecostal Center, Rev. Eddie McGinnis BURIAL: Hillcrest Gardens VISITATION: 6:30-8:30 tonight, Carothers Funeral Home, Stanley MEMORIALS: Community Pentecostal Center, 320 Ralph Handsel Blvd., Stanley 28164

North Carolina - Gaston County - Shelby
SHELBY — Max Lee Cardell, 70, 509 Franklin Ave., died Aug. 13, 2001, at home. He was a native of McDowell County, son of the late Horace Lee and Pinkie Pyatt Cardell, husband of the late Barbara Minish Cardell, earned a bachelor’s of science in mechanical engineering from North Carolina State University, Army veteran of Korean War, worked as a mechanical engineer for Hoest Celanese Corp., awarded several patents in textile manufacturing, enjoyed rebuilding cars, trail riding. SURVIVORS: Sons and daughter-in-law, Dr. V. Mark Cardell, Shelby, David Lee and Kristine Cardell, Gastonia; daughters and son-in-law, Laura Cardell and S. Lamar Harrison, Clemmons, Kathryn Cardell, Shelby; brothers and sisters-in-law, Gene and Ann Cardell, Charlotte, Arnold and Rosa Cardell, Mooresville; grandchildren, Patrick and Paige Cardell, Alexander and Kelly Harrison, Joshua and Matthew Cardell, Easton Gragg FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday, Cecil M. Burton Funeral Home, Rev. Randy Bridges VISITATION: 7-8:30 tonight, funeral home; other times at the home of Kathryn Cardell, 803 Dixon St., Shelby

North Carolina - Mitchell County - Death Index 1913-1940
  • Wilson, Ellen P. died 4 Jan 1940 father: Lee Ander Pyatt Location: Snow Creek 17 97
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    Ohio - Adams County
    The People's Defender, 4 Feb 1904, pg 1
    Aged Adams Countian Dead.
    Mrs. Margaret Wamsley, wife of Mayor James N Wamsley, of Rarden, died at her home Monday of last week, aged 74 years. Deceased was formerly Margaret A. Piatt, who was reared at Rockville, in this county. Her remains were brought to Locust Grove for internment beside her son, Dr. Harvey S. Wamsley, who died in 1888.

    Ohio - Bellefontaine
    THE DAILY EXAMINER Bellefontaine, Ohio, July 11, 1917. FUNERAL WEDNESDAY , OF MRS ANNA H PIATT, Was Conducted by Rev Father Welch, Burial in Piatt Cemetery. (West Liberty Banner, July 11) Mrs Anna H Piatt, wife of R J (Oak) Piatt, died at Laurel, Ind, Sunday, July 8, 1917, at the age of 72 years, after an extended illness. The deceased resided here with her family for many years, and was well known by many of our readers, who will sincerely regret to learn of her death. She is survived by her husband, three sons and three daughters. They are Abram and Rivers Piatt at home; Edwin Piatt and Mrs John Roony, residing in the Northwest; Mrs William Gray, Portsmouth, Ohio; Mrs Bessie Lersch, New York City. The remains were accompanied here Tuesday evening by the family, and taken to the William Piatt home, east of West Liberty, where funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The service will be in charge of Rev Father Welch, of Bellefontaine. Burial will be made in the Piatt Cemetery

    Ohio - Belmont County
    State of Ohio Bureau of Vital Statistics Certificate of Death
    Place of Death. County of: Belmont; Township of: Meade; City of: [blank]; No: [blank]; St: [blank]; Ward: [blank]; File No: 55758; Registered No: 545; Full Name: Sarah Brandon Sweney; Sex: Female; Race: white; Marital status: Widowed; Date of birth: Oct 12, 1798; Age: 116 yrs. 1 mos. 4 ds.; Occupation: Housework; General industry: Housework; Birthplace: Ohio; Name of Father: Eliza Baker; Birthplace of Father: Penns; Maiden name of Mother: Tebetha Piat/Peiat; Birthplace of Mother: Ohio; Informant and address: ?Zrilin Brandon Jacobsburg, Ohio; Filed: Dec 2, 1914 T. C. Kirkland; Date of Death: Nov. 16, 1914; I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from [blank] to [blank] that I last saw her alive on [blank] and that death occurred at 2 pm; Cause of Death: Paralysis; Duration: 3 yrs. [blank] mos. [blank] dys; Contributory and duration: Old Age [blank] yrs [blank] mos. [blank] dys; Physician and address: Frank L. ?Byers Coroner, Nov 19, 1914 Belmont, Ohio; Place of burial or removal: Jacobsburg O; Date of burial: Nov 10, 1914; Undertaker: McGuire & Masters, Jacobsburg, O

    Ohio - Gallia County - 1880 Mortality Schedule
    Simeon Piatt dod: August 1880, age: 28, cause of death: kicked by mule, born: WV, parents born: VA, time in Gallia County: 8 years

    Ohio - Medina County
    Piatt, James G. age 40 of Litchfield Medina Gazette 31May1997/02Jun1997 pg A2
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    Ohio - Logan County
    NY Times 7 Oct 1864 pg 2 column 3 from the Cincinnati Commercial 4 Oct
    The death of Mrs Louise Kirby Piatt, wife of Col Donn Piatt, and daugther of Timothy Kirby, Esq, which was announced in the city journals of yesterday morning, gave a shock of painful surprise to thousands. Though her health had for sometime been very frail, she was so marked by high-spirited vivacity and kindliness, and the graces of genius and culture, that her friends find it hard, indeed, to realize her sudden departure from among them forever. In her death, society loses one of the brightest ornaments, and American Literature a gifted contributor. She was best known in the literary world as "Bell Smith", over which signature she some years since wrote a series of charming essays, her pen adorning and making interesting all she touched, that first appeared in the Home Journal, and were speedily reproduced, far and near. Her letters from Paris, enriched with observations of the society and scenery of the city, vivid and sparkling with humor and wit, were collected and published in a voume, well known as Bell Smith Abroad.

    NY Times 13 Nov 1891 pg 1 column 6 DON PIATT DEAD
    Col Donn Piatt died at his home, Macochee, in Logan County, Ohio, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He had been ill for two weeks with a form of the grip, but it was only in the last few days that his indisposition was regarded as at all serious. After Col Piatt's retirement from active journalistic work he resided quietly at his country place in Logan County. He was called from his retirement in 1888 to edit BELFORD'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE in New York. After one year at that work he returned to Ohio and engaged upon an extensive biographical history of Gen George H Thomas, which was almost completed at the time of his death. His latest work for the press was a series of letters to the Cleveland Plain Dealer on the issues and candidates of the late campaign, which attracted wide attrention. Col Piatt was born in Cincinnati 19 June 1819. He prepared for the law and was elevated to the Common Pleas bench at a very early age. As a journalist and editor of his paper in Washington, the CAPITOL, he gained a reputation that was world-wide. Col Piatt was twice married, and his second wife, for many years was an invalid, survives him. The funeral will be held on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

    Ohio - Marion County - Death Records
    Hannah Thomas died 18 Sep 1872, aged 42 years, 4 months, 8 days; married; cause of death - lung disease; place of death - Prospect twp; residence - Prospect twp, Marion Co, OH; place of birth - Muskingum Co OH; parents - Stephen Piatt and Mary McConnell

    Ohio - Medina County
    Piatt, James G. age 40 of Litchfield Medina Gazette 31May1997/02Jun1997 pg A2

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    Ohio - Monroe County

    "Marietta Times"; Marietta OH; 31 Mar 2001 GRAYSVILLE Mary Piatt, 100, of Ohio 26, Graysville, died Friday (March 30, 2001) at the Monroe County Care Center in Woodsfield. She was born Feb. 9, 1901, in Graysville to Allen and Anna Christy King. She was a homemaker and a member of Graysville United Methodist Church and the Women's Society of the church for many years. She is survived by one daughter, Vera Ullman and her husband, Ralph, of Graysville; two grandchildren, Larry Ullman and his wife, Donna, of Graysville and Karen Marks and her husband, Bob, of Cambridge; three great-grandchildren, Keith Ullman and his wife, Tina, of Graysville, Tammy Howell and her husband, Kevin, of Rinard Mills and Kimberly Marks of Cambridge; and five great-great-grandchildren, Michael and Jonathan Ullman and Latasha, Tyler and Cole Howell. She was preceded in death by her husband of 80 years, Glenn Piatt, on April 13, 2000; one sister, Carrie Moore; and two brothers, Harold and Lloyd King. Services are at 1 p.m. Monday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, with Pastor Madlynne Webber officiating. Burial is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.

    SOURCE: Daily Jeffersonian - Cambridge, OH July 2001
    WOODSFIELD — Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, for Melvin E. Piatt, 64, of Graysville, who died 5:10 p.m. Friday (June 29, 2001) at Ohio State University Hospital, Columbus. Harold Kenney Jr. will officiate. Burial will be in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery near Graysville. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. He was born July 30, 1936, near Graysville, son of Ethel Smith Piatt of Graysville, and the late Everett R. Piatt. He was a former coal miner and construction worker. He was preceded in death by a brother, Vic Piatt, in 1973. Mr. Piatt leaves two sons, David Piatt of Graysville and Duane (Trish) Piatt of Fancy Gap, Va.; three sisters, Eleanor Jennings of Cambridge, Faye (Jim) Berga of Beavertown and Carol (Gary) McConnell of Lowell; two brothers, Richard (Alice) Piatt of Lewisville and Herber (Linda) Piatt of Graysville; a grandson; several nieces and nephews.

    Ohio - Montgomery County - 1850 Death Index
  • Piett, Catharine Eliza age 32 born MD died Jun 1850 Palsy
  • Piett, Eliza age 27 born OH died Oct 1850 fever

    Ohio - Muskingham County - Zanesville
    Mrs. Rose M. Pyatt Mrs. Rose M. Pyatt, 63, wife of James Pyatt, died Thursday afternoon in the home of Aubrey Sherman 171 South Second Street. She had been ill the past three years and confined to bed three weeks. She was formerly Rose May Riley and was married to James Pyatt in 1895. They were the parents of four children, three of whom are deceased. Surviving are her husband and a daughter, Mrs. El??? Leach, of near Heath; two grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Ollie Dean of South Zanesville. The deceased was a member of the Spriritualist church. The body was removed to the Gulliph and Henderson funeral home and will remain there until Monday when services will be conducted at 10 oclock by Rev. Charles Swisher of Columbus. Burial will be made in Greenwood Cemetery, Zanesville.[clipped obit not dated. MCP]

    Ohio - Ripley
    From: "L Edw" "On May 5, 1934, Artimisha Ellen Piatt was found hanging from a window sash cord in the Eagle Creek located near Ripley, OH. This created a legend in Ripley which now is remembered at the Ripley Museum. Artimisha was the daughter of Jacob Piatt and Christina Burnsides Piatt and was born in Adams County, OH. A rumor which went with the investigation in 1934 was that she was married 9 times to a Brewer, Henry Slater, a Hedges, a Cook, a Kunzman, a Summers and George Martin. Her second marriage to 1662 Scott Levi has been well documented, but the others have not been found. Photographs of all the key people in the investigation and one of the fishermen who found her can be seen at the museum. Contact L Edwards at if you can provide more information for the display at the Ripley Museum - a photo is especially wanted.

    Ohio - Wayne County - Doylestown
    Walter ``Walt'' L. Piatt
    DOYLESTOWN -- Walter ``Walt'' L. Piatt, age 59, of Doylestown, died unexpectedly Nov. 30, 1998, at Wooster Community Hospital. Funeral service will be Friday, 1 p.m. at Zak-Monbarren Funeral Home in Doylestown, with Rev. Lynn Garth officiating. Burial at Chestnut Hill Cemetery. Friends may call TODAY from 4 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.

    Oklahoma - Cherokee Advocate Newspaper
    Taken from the Cherokee Advocate, Oklahoma, 10 April 1889
    Died on last Thursday night at her residence six miles west of this place, Mrs. Cora Pyeatt, wife of Mr. Wat Pyeatt and a daughter of Hon. R. W. Walker. Mrs. Pyeatt had been ill for some tine, and her death was no surprise to her family and friends. She was buried at her father's home in Flint District by the side of her mother.

    Taken from the Cherokee Advocate, Oklahoma, 1 May 1889
    It is with profound regret that we are called upon to chronicle the death of our esteemed fellow citizen and townsman, Mr. Morgan L. Pyeatt, who died at his home on Monday last at 12 m. He had only been sick since Thursday last, and very few knew of his illness up to a short time before his death. Mr. Pyeatt was a man who had no an enemy on earth, but on the contrary was loved and respected by all who knew him. He belonged to the Masonic fraternity and was a member of the Lodge at this place, by whom he was buried yesterday at 4 o'clock p.m. He leaves a wife and three little children, the oldest not more than nine years of age to mourn his loss, for a loss it is indeed; one that no one knows but those who have suffered it. The bereaved family have our heart felt sympathy. A more extended account will be given in our next issue.

    Oklahoma - Creek County - Sapulpa
    Oklahoma Death Certificate #008652 1. Place of Death - County: Creek - City: Sapulpa - Full length of stay: (blank) Full name of hospital or institution: Home add. 2. Usual residence - State: Okla - City or Town: Sapulpa Rt 1 3. Name of Deceased: Mary Pyatt 4. Date of Death: June 14 1953 5. Sex: Female 6. Color or Race: White 5. Single/Married/Widowed: Widowed 8. Date of Birth: May 6 1854 9. Age: 99 10a. Usual Occupation: House Keeper 10b. Kind of Business: Home 11. Birthplace: MO 12. Citizen of what country? USA 13. Father's Name: No Record 14. Mother's Maiden Name: No Record 15. Was deceased ever in U.S. Armed Forces? No 16. Social Security No: (Blank) 17. Informant: Lt. Causey, Sapulpa, Okla 18. Cause of death - Disease or condition directly leading to death: Bronchopneumonia, acute 20. Autopsy: No 22. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 6-8 1953 to 6-14 1953 that I last saw the deceased alive on 6-14 1953 and that death at 5:45 P.M. from the cause and on the date above. 23a. Signature: Philip Joseph MD (address) Sapulpa, Okla 23c. Date Signed: 6/14/1953 24a. Burial, cremation or removal: Removal 24d. Date: 6/15/53 24c. Name of Cemetery: Boss 24d. Location: Salem, MO Date Rec'd by local reg: 6-30-53 Registrar's signature: Nellie Winters 25. Funeral Director: JB Whisenhunt 2211 E 6 Tulsa

    Oklahoma - Dewey County
    Nellie Pyeatt, daughter of Jacob and Margaret Pyeatt, was born in Duquoin, Perry County, Illinois on March 5, 1876, and departed this life at Memorial Hospital in Woodward, Oklahoma, October 21, 1967. She was 91 years, 7 months, and 16 days of age. She moved with her parents to St. Clair County, Missouri, in 1880 where she grew to womanhood . On May 15, 1895, she was married to John Holmes. Two daughters, Nora, and Audrey were born to this union. In the autumn of 1899, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes moved to the territory of Oklahoma and filed claim to a homestead near Webb in Dewey County. They endured the privations and hardships of pioneer life along with other early settlers. In December of 1910, the Holmes family moved to a farm near Doby Springs in Harper County, Oklahoma, where Mr. Holmes passed away in 1917. Following his death, his family returned to Dewey County and established a home in Lenora. In 1942, Mrs. Holmes moved to Vici and cared for an invalid sister for a period of 18 years. When her health no longer permitted her living alone (two years), she moved to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nora Miller, where she was tenderly cared for until entering the hospital three days before her passing. Mrs. Holmes was a member of The Methodist Church, having dedicated her life many years ago. She was a lover of her home her flowers and her pets and throughout her long illness, often expressed a longing to return again to her own home. She leaves to cherish her memory, her two daughters, Mrs. Nora Miller of Woodward, and Mrs. Audrey Donley and husband, Rayburn, of Seattle, Washington; five grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends. Services for Mrs. Holmes were held at the Lenora Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 25 with Rev. James Reed officiating. Casket bearers were Gordon Moser, Earl Petree, Raymond Gastineau, Eldon Gore, Burton Hickman and Ernest Deaton. Interment was in Raymond Cemetery with arrangements by Shaw Funeral Home.

    Jacob Pyeatt was one of ten children born to Jacob and Elizabeth Pyeatt. He was born in Ohio May 5th, 1849. He with his parents moved to Illinois and later to Missouri. In 1899 he and his family came to Oklahoma and took a homestead near Lenora, where he lived until two years ago he moved to Lenora. He was married to Margaret Jane Ellison on May 21st., 1874. To this union were born four children, Robert, who died in infancy, Nellie, Dwight, and Jennie. He departed this life July 28th 1822, age 73 years, 2 months and 23 days. He is survived by his wife and three children, Mrs. Nellie Holmes, Dwight Pyeatt and Jennie Pyeatt, one brother, Thomas Pyeatt of Lemhi, Idaho; two grand children, Nora and Audrey Holmes, besides many other relatives and friends. The funeral services were held by Rev. J. S. Smith at the home in Lenora, July 29, 1922, and the remains were laid to rest in the Raymond Cemetery.

    Margaret Jane Ellison Pyeatt, the eldest daughter of Henrietta and William Ellison, was born at Amesville, Ohio, May 3, 1851. While still a child, she and her parents moved to Illinois. In 1874 she was married to Jacob Pyeatt, and to this union were born, Robert who died in infancy, Nellie, Dwight and Jennie. She with her family moved to Ohio, Missouri and lived there for nineteen years before they came to Dewey County, Oklahoma in 1899, and resided on their farm near Lenora, Oklahoma for sixteen years, since then living at Lenora, where her husband died in 1922. She departed this life October 26, 1936, aged 85 years, 5 months and 23 days. Four brothers preceded her in death. She leaves to mourn her departure, one son, Dwight, and his wife, Evaline; two daughters, Mrs Nellie Holmes and Jennie Pyeatt; three granddaughters, two great-grandchildren; two brothers Theodore Ellison and Charles Ellison of Preston, Kansas; three sisters, Mrs Mary Keith of Fairview, Okla., Mrs. Orlinda Williams and Mrs. Sarah Hickman of Lenora, Okla., and many other relatives and a host of friends. Her life was a shining example of kindness, love and patience and will always remain bright in our memories. Adieu, dear ones, I have waited long / To hear the message that calls me home / And now t comes like a low sweet song / Of welcome over the river's foam. And my heart shall / ache and my feet shall roam / No more, no more; I am going home. Home, where no / storm, where no tempest raves, / In the light of calm, eternal day / Where no willows weep over lonely graves / Where the tears from eyelids are wiped away. And my soul shall sigh, and my feet shall roam / No more, no more; I am going home.

    Oklahoma - Harper County - Doby Springs
    John Holmes and crew of harvest hands were moving harvesting equipment (header barge) to another field. As they went into the yard the barge hit or run into telephone wires overhead and scared the horses. John was thrown or lost his balance and the barge run over him across his abdomen or groin injuring him fatally. He lived about an hour after the accident. Mother (Nellie) was sitting sewing in the kitchen and I was playing nearby. A car drove into our yard (to my childish eyes it seemed very big black) they had came after my mother to take her to my father lying injured. He told my mother to tell Nora he would meet her in heaven and he wanted me (Audrey) to be raised a christian. As he passed away a beautiful smile was on his face and he seemed to be greeting someone and called "Ma, Ma" as though he saw his mother waiting for him. His mother had already passed on some years before. After our fathers' death, Mother, Nora and I lived with Grandpa and Grandma Pyeatt, Uncle Dwight and Aunt Jennie for a year or so on the farm south of Lenora, Oklahoma. John Holmes and Nellie Pyeat went to school together. Note: Article written by Audrey Holmes Donley

    Oklahoma - Pushmataha County
    Clayton Today Obituaries September 21, 1995
    Andrew William (Bill) MEDDERS, 88 of Falfa, died September 19, 1995 at Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center. He was born November 4, 1906 at Talihina, Indian Territory to John and Gertrude (PIATT ) MEDDERS. He had been a farmer/rancher in the Pear Grove/Falfa area west of Talihina all of his life. He was married on November 10, 1931. He was an honorary lifetime member of the Talihina Roundup Club. He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Jimmie, Bob and Benny, sisters Mae Sisk, Maudie Hoffman and Ethel Sue Medders. Services will be held Friday, September 22, at 10 a.m. at the Buffalo Valley school gym with Jerry Don Medders and Rev. Carrol Fitzgerald officiating. Burial will be at the New Talihina City Cemetery under the direction of Drake-Jones Funeral Home.

    Oklahoma - Roger Mills County
    Thomas Henry Pyeatt, who has been a resident of this city for several years departed this life last Friday morning after suffering for a long time with cancer. Everything possible was done to prolong his life and cure the dread disease, but it continued to eat away his vitality until the end came at his home in the northeastern part of the city on last Friday, December 11, 1925. At the time of his death he was fifty-six years of age, born in 1869. He was a member of the Methodist Church, South, at this place, having professed faith in Christ many years ago and lived faithful until the end. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and children, two brothers and two sisters, besides a host of friends. The funeral service were conducted by Rev. D.T. Knight, pastor of the Methodist church at this place after which the remains were laid to rest in the Cheyenne cemetery, Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma Saturday afternoon. (Cheyenne Star Dec 12, 1925)

    Oklahoma - Tulsa County - Tulsa City index to Funeral Home Records
  • Piatt, Arthur Manuel b: 20 May 1912 Unk d: 01 Aug 1976 Tyuana, Mexico - Whisenhunt Funeral Records (918-592-3666)
  • Piatt, Norma Geraldine b: 22 Aug 1921 Blackwell, OK d: 7 Nov 1979 Wagoner Co, OK - Moore's Memory/Eastlawn Funeral Records (918-583-6148)
  • Pyeatt, Clementine b: 11 July, 1887 Unk d: 17 July, 1962 Tulsa, OK - Moore's Funeral Home (918-583-6148)
  • Pyeatt, Mrs F E Jr (Ruth) b: 30 July, 1904 Enid, OK d: 8 April, 1967 Tulsa, OK - Fizgerald Funeral Home (918-585-1151)
  • Pyeatt, infant of W C b: 8 Feb 1922 Tulsa, OK d: 8 Feb 1922 Tulsa, OK 08 Feb 1922 - Stanley Funeral Home (did not find this record when I called. MCP)
  • Pyeatt, Neale Preston b: 25 April, 1918 Needles, CA d: 29 Jan., 1972 Tulsa, OK Stanley Funeral Home 918-743-6271 (see Funeral Record below)
  • Pyeatt, W C b: 30 May 1866 MO d: 11 Dec 1929 Tulsa, OK - Ninde Funeral Home 918-742-5556 (was Martin Fleming Service) see Funeral Record below
  • Pyeatte, Bess Jones b: 17 Oct 1888 Ark d: 21 Feb 1980 Tulsa, OK - Fitzgerald Funeral Home (918-585-1151)
  • Pyeatte, Fred E Jr b: 22 Jan 1904 Oklahoma City, OK d: 6 Jan 1973 Tulsa, OK - Fitzgerald Funeral Home (918-585-1151)
  • Pyett, Willie E b: 26 Oct 1925 Tulsa, OK d: 06 Nov 1925 Tulsa, OK - Ninde Funeral Home (was Martin Fleming Funeral Service) see Funeral Record below

    Oklahoma - Tulsa County - "Tulsa World" (newspaper)
    June 8, 1928 Friday "Tulsa World"
    Mrs Diana Pyeatt, 91 years of age entered into rest at the home of her daughter, Mrs Weickel - 314 W Cameron Wednesday night. Funeral services will be held 10am Friday at the Tulsa Undertaking chapel, Reverend Bracken officiating. She is survived by 5 sons, Mike, William, George, Byrd and Frank; 1 daughter, Mrs Weickel, all of Tulsa, and another daughter, Mrs Stephens of Oklahoma City. Burial will be in the Oaklawn Cemetery.

    Funeral Notices -- PYEATT - Funeral services for W. C. Pyeatt, 62 years old, who died Wednesday night as a result of injuries received in an automobile accident, will be held at Catoosa Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be in Catoosa cemetery under the direction of the Martin Fleming funeral home. The widow and four children survive.

    Tulsa World January 6, 1995
    SAND SPRINGS -- Edith Opal (Pyatt) Bigby, 82, homemaker, died Wednesday. Services 2 p.m. Friday, Mobley-Dodson Funeral Home Chapel.
    Edith Bigby Dies; Services Today Pg N11 Edith Opal Bigby, an active Sand Springs Republican, died Wednesday. She was 82. Services are set for 2 p.m. Friday at Mobley-Dodson Funeral Home Chapel in Sand Springs. Bigby, whose maiden name was Pyatt, served as 1st District congressional committeewoman for the Republican Party and was manager of Henry Bellmon's first gubernatorial campaign in 1962. She was a graduate of Sand Springs High School. She was the 1964 Republican nominee for the Oklahoma House. She was active in the Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts and served as deaconess of Sand Springs Christian Church. She also served as state chairwoman for the 18th National Republican Women's Conference in Chicago. Names of survivors were not available.

    Tulsa World May 28, 1997
    GROVE -- Freeda M. Piatt, 78, auto parts manager, died Monday. Graveside services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, Kan. Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home.

    August 26, 1999 Tulsa World
    Pyatt, Sherman Lee, 55, retired businessman, died Tuesday. Memorial services 7 p.m. Friday, Carbondale Church of Christ.

    Oklahoma - Tulsa County
    Oklahoma Death Certificate #1502 1. Place of Death - County: Tulsa - City: Tulsa - Township: 44 - No.: Morning Side Hospital 2. Full Name: W C Pyeatt 2a. Residence: Garnett, Okla 3. Sex: Male 4. Color: White 5. Single/Married/Widowed: Married 5a. Name of spouse: (left blank) 6. Date of birth: May 30, 1860 7. Age - years: 63 - months: (left blank) - days: (left blank) 8. Occupation: Laborer 8b. Industry or business: (left blank) 8c. Employer: (left blank) 9. Birthplace: Mo 10. Name of father: W. D. Pyeatt 11. Birthplace of father: Unknown 12. Maiden name of mother: Unknown 13. Birthplace of mother: Unknown 14. Informant and address: Mrs. W. C. Pyeatt: Garnett Okla 15. Filed: Dec 12, 1929 16. Date of Death: 12-11-1929 17. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 12/11/29 to 12/11/29 that I last saw him alive on 12/11/1929 and that death occurred on the above date at 8 pm. The cause of death: Fracture of Skull; Immediate Respiratory Failure (other duration and causes are blank) Signed: P W Schriber M.D. (address) Morningside Hospital, Tulsa 19. Place of Burial, cremation or removal: Catoosa Okla Cem. Date of Burial: 12-13-29 20. Undertaker: Martin Fleming Und Co, Tulsa, OK

    From Ninde Funeral Home Records (once named Martin Fleming Undertaking Company)
    Funeral Record of Willie E Pyett 1. Race: White 2. Born: Okla 3. Charge to: W C Pyett 4. Address: Garnett 5. Date of Funeral: Nov 6, 1925 6. Residence: Garnett 7. Place of Death: Residence 8. Certifying Physician: Ira Roberts 9. His Residence: Tulsa, Okla 10. Date of Birth: Oct 26, 1925 11. Age: 12 days 12. Occupation: Child 12. Date of Death: Nov 6, 1925 13. Name of father: W C Pyett 14. His birthplace: MO 15. Name of mother: Isie Snellson 16. Her Birthplace: MO 17. Size and Style of Casket or Coffin: 2/0 L.S. 18. Manufactured by: Ark. 19. Interment at: Catoosa Cemetery 20. Casket of Coffin: $30.00 21. Total footing of Bill: $30.00

    From Ninde Funeral Home Records (once named Martin Fleming Undertaking Company)
    Funeral Record of W C Pyeatt dated 12-11-1929 1. Where born: MO 2. Charge to: Paul B Franklin 3. Date of Funeral: 12-13-29 4. Place of Death: M.S. Hosp 5. Funeral Service at: Catoosa Okla 6. Time of Funeral Service: 2 PM 7. Cause of Death: Fractured Skull 8. Date of Death: 12-11-29 9. Occupation of Deceased: Watchman 10. Single or Married: Married 11. Religion: (can't read) 12. Date of Birth: May 30, 1866 13. Age: 63 14. Name of father: W D Pyeatt 15. His Birthplace: Unk 16. Name of Mother: Unk 17. Birthplace of mother: Unk 18. Size and Style of Casket or Coffin: 6/3 P H Corp #526 19. Manufactured by: Okla City 20. Interment at: Catoosa Cemetery 21. Casket: $175.00 22. Embalming body: 35.00 23. Hearse: $25.00 24. Death Notice in _1_ Newspapers: $1.50 25. Ambulance: 10.00 26. Driver: 5.00 27. Total Footing of Bill: $251.50 (paid by cash)

    From Stanley Funeral Home Records - Death record of Neale Preston Pyeatt b: 25 Apr 1918 Needles, CA d: 29 Jan 1972 Tulsa, OK; occupation: Chief of Police - Sand Springs; Father: Hugh P Pyeatt; Mother: Ellen J Neale; Wife: Margaret Logsdon Pyeatt; Son: Tom Pyeatt Sand Springs, OK; Daughter: Mrs. Bonnie McCormick Sand Springs, OK; Brother: James Pyeatt; 4 grandchildren; Cause of death: Cardio respiratory arrest during surgery for carcinoma of esophogus; Pall bearers: Delbert Jackson, Jim Motney, Gordin Bailey, Jim Bernard, A R Stinnet, Ray Kirkland; Honorary Pall Bearers: Carl Cain, Melvin Southard, Dale Morrow, Joe Camen, Herb Clem, Kim Tilly

    Oregan – Oregan Death Index
  • Piatt, Douglas G. County: Jackson Death Date: 18 Apr 1912 Certificate: 944
  • Piatt, Dorris County: Polk Death Date: 14 Sep 1909 Certificate: 2607
  • Piatt, Isaiah County: Linn Death Date: 07 May 1907 Certificate: 3674
  • Steers, Henry Piatt County: Wasco Death Date: 26 Nov 1920 Certificate: 145
  • Piatt, Alfred County: Portland Death Date: 15 Apr 1917 Certificate: 700
  • Piatt, Eliza A County: Portland Death Date: 10 N 1920 Certificate: 2784
  • Piatt, Eliza County: Linn Death Date: 03 Feb 1926 Certificate: 38
  • Piatt, Ephriam County: Linn Death Date: 01 Mar 1922 Certificate: 59
  • Piatt, Friend A. County: Portland Death Date: 12 Jan 1930 Certificate: 132
  • Piatt, James R. County: Linn Death Date: 02 Apr 1929 Certificate: 79
  • Piatt, William A. County: Multnomah Death Date: 22 Apr 1929 Certificate: 118
  • Piatt, Charles B County: Union Death Date: 11 Feb 1947 Certificate: 1425
  • Piatt, Cora A County: Marion Death Date: 05 Mar 1948 Certificate: 3399
  • Piatt, Delilah County: Portland Death Date: 14 Jul 1943
  • Piatt, Herschel E County: Tillamook Death Date: 21 Jul 1947 Certificate: 5233
  • Piatt, Irene County: Portland Death Date: 28 Apr 1947 Certificate: 1597
  • Piatt, Signe M County: Umatilla Death Date: 30 0 1943
  • Piatt, William P County: Portland Death Date: 07 0 1949 Certificate: 11087
  • Piatt, Clyde A County: Multnomah Death Date: 23 Jun 1967 Certificate: 9012
  • Piatt, Jr, John Rob County: Multnomah Death Date: 24 Jul 1969 Certificate: 11058 Spouse: Evelyn Age: 25
  • Piatt, Vernon O County: Baker Death Date: 18 Jan 1968 Certificate: 8 Spouse: Freida
  • Piatt, Warren E County: Baker Death Date: 24 Mar 1968 Certificate: 3111 Spouse: Ethel
  • Piatt, Willard V County: Yamhill Death Date: 06 May 1966 Certificate: 8230 Spouse: Vivian
  • Piatt, Mildred Eth County: Baker Death Date: 24 Aug 1974 Certificate: 74-11909 Spouse: Warren Birth Date: - May 1996
  • Piatt, Stella J County: Marion Death Date: 06 Apr 1976 Certificate: 76-06323 Spouse: Willia Birth Date: - Sep 1989
  • Piatt, Wesley Leo County: Multnomah Death Date: 09 Jan 1973 Certificate: 73-01094 Spouse: Goldie Birth Date: - May 1996
  • Piatt, Alven Lea County: Yamhill Death Date: 15 Jan 1988 Certificate: 88-01072 Spouse: Hazel Birth Date: 06 Jun 1911
  • Piatt, Benjamin County: Multnomah Death Date: 09 Oct 1985 Certificate: 85-18188 Birth Date: 03 Sep 1900
  • Piatt, Charles Harvey County: Multnomah Death Date: 14 Mar 1989 Certificate: 89-05615 Spouse: Elizabeth Birth Date: 27 Nov 1905
  • Piatt, Clarence Oliver County: Josephine Death Date: 08 Jun 1987 Certificate: 87-10788 Spouse: Ruth Birth Date: 14 May 1912
  • Piatt, Delores Bea County: Jackson Death Date: 11 Oct 1982 Certificate: 82-16478 Spouse: B Birth Date: 15 Mar 1915
  • Piatt, Donn Vin County: Jackson Death Date: 21 May 1983 Certificate: 83-09108 Spouse: Fideli Birth Date: 01 Jan 1992
  • Piatt, Frances Clarke County: Clackamas Death Date: 08 Apr 1990 Certificate: 90-07176 Spouse: Harley Birth Date: 18 Sep 1908
  • Piatt, Freida Fae County: Multnomah Death Date: 05 Feb 1990 Certificate: 90-02749 Spouse: John Birth Date: 17 Sep 1995
  • Piatt, Mavis Virginia County: Coos Death Date: 10 Jun 1989 Certificate: 89-11184 Spouse: Bill Birth Date: 30 Jan 1922
  • Piatt, Norman Bru County: Marion Death Date: 28 May 1984 Certificate: 84-10078 Spouse: Sharon Birth Date: 30 Jun 1952
  • Williamson, Johnson Piatt County: Benton Death Date: 27 Oct 1988 Certificate: 88-19705 Spouse: Grace Birth Date: 07 Apr 1918
  • Piatt, Ben County: Jackson Death Date: 27 0 1936 Certificate: 356 Spouse: Martha
  • Piatt, Edith County: Wasco Death Date: 27 Jun 1937 Certificate: 97 Spouse: Wesley
  • Piatt, Lenora County: Clackamas Death Date: 31 0 1936 Certificate: 444 Spouse: Edw
  • Piatt, Donald Edward County: Multnomah Death Date: 16 Jul 1991 Certificate: 91-13754 Spouse: Doris Birth Date: 23 Feb 1927
  • Piatt, Fidelis Moran County: Jackson Death Date: 29 Jan 1993 Certificate: 93-02441 Spouse: Donn Birth Date: 04 May 1999
  • Piatt, Ruth Carol County: Lane Death Date: 17 Apr 1997 Certificate: 97-08427 Spouse: Harold Birth Date: 23 Oct 1920
  • Piatt, Irvin R County: Linn Death Date: 10 Sep 1998 Certificate: 98-20139 Birth Date: 01 Mar 1906
  • Piatt, E J County: Marion Death Date: 06 Mar 1962 Certificate: 3407 Spouse: Oronoco Age: 84
  • Piatt, Esther F County: Multnomah Death Date: 03 N 1963 Certificate: 16062 Age: 43
  • Piatt, Gordon O County: Multnomah Death Date: 18 Mar 1962 Certificate: 3803 Spouse: Irene Age: 62
  • Piatt, Harold D County: Multnomah Death Date: 08 Sep 1962 Certificate: 12081 Spouse: Ruth Age: 55
  • Piatt, Jeanette L County: Coos Death Date: 03 Jan 1965 Certificate: 142 Age: 02
  • Piatt, Carrie B County: Multnomah Death Date: 02 Aug 1953 Certificate: 9168 Spouse: Friend
  • Piatt, Cleo W County: Umatilla Death Date: 28 N 1952 Certificate: 13080 Spouse: Madelin
  • Piatt, John B County: Jackson Death Date: 09 Jun 1951 Certificate: 6553 Spouse: Frieda
  • Piatt, Kenneth A County: Yamhill Death Date: 17 0 1959 Certificate: 15110
  • Piatt, Lora A County: Linn Death Date: 30 0 1958 Certificate: 11746 Spouse: James
  • Piatt, Martha G County: Jackson Death Date: 16 0 1951 Certificate: 11150 Spouse: Benjamin
  • Piatt, Maud I County: Multnomah Death Date: 12 N 1956 Certificate: 13420 Spouse: James
  • Piatt, Nina E County: Clackamas Death Date: 22 Sep 1954 Certificate: 9806 Spouse: Harley
  • Pyatt, Charles S County: Benton Death Date: 25 N 1947 Certificate: 7562
  • Pyatt, Flora County: Benton Death Date: 08 May 1948 Certificate: 5331
  • Pyatt, Ruth D County: Lane Death Date: 07 D 1948 Certificate: 13680
  • Pyatt, Samuel C County: Portland Death Date: 04 May 1948 Certificate: 4957
  • Pyatt, Mary V County: Malheur Death Date: 29 Jan 1968 Certificate: 623
  • Pyatt, William L County: Multnomah Death Date: 22 May 1967 Certificate: 7444 Spouse: Ina
  • Pyatt, Artis Elm County: Malheur Death Date: 05 Dec 1973 Certificate: 73-19769 Birth Date: - Sep 1984
  • Pyatt, Karen Sue County: Polk Death Date: 26 Jul 1975 Certificate: 75-11698 Birth Date: - Jun 1958
  • Pyatt, Lavonne Eva County: Hood River Death Date: 23 Jan 1978 Certificate: 78-00362 Spouse: Allen Birth Date: 08 Nov 1932
  • Pyatt, Mabel Bin County: Benton Death Date: 03 Mar 1972 Certificate: 72-03617 Spouse: Samuel Birth Date: - Oct 1984
  • Pyatt, Allen Bra County: Clackamas Death Date: 06 Jan 1982 Certificate: 82-00075 Spouse: Doris Birth Date: 16 Aug 1925
  • Pyatt, Arthur County: Washington Death Date: 23 Aug 1989 Certificate: 89-16220 Birth Date: 03 Jul 1909
  • Pyatt, Bradley Dale County: Coos Death Date: 25 Jul 1988 Certificate: 88-13813 Birth Date: 10 May 1968
  • Pyatt, Grant Edw County: Benton Death Date: 18 Feb 1985 Certificate: 85-03097 Spouse: Dorothy Birth Date: 22 Oct 1906
  • Pyatt, Anna Mae County: Josephine Death Date: 22 Oct 1994 Certificate: 94-22814 Spouse: Lee Birth Date: 14 Sep 1911
  • Pyatt, Martin Elder County: Multnomah Death Date: 15 Nov 1993 Certificate: 93-23369 Spouse: Bonnie Birth Date: 06 Mar 1932
  • Pyatt, Ralph C County: Tillamook Death Date: 23 Mar 1992 Certificate: 92-05606 Spouse: Consta Birth Date: 25 Jul 1929
  • Pyatt, Maurice Charles County: Washington Death Date: 29 Aug 1996 Certificate: 96-18941 Birth Date: 12 May 1911
  • Pyatt, Ralph County: Multnomah Death Date: 27 May 1956 Certificate: 6188
  • Pyeatt, Rosa P. County: Multnomah Death Date: 11 Feb 1912 Certificate: 545
  • Pyeatt, John County: Portland Death Date: 08 Oct 1927 Certificate: 2637
  • Pyeatt, - County: Portland Death Date: 09 Sep 1927 Certificate: 2387 Comment: (M)
  • Pyeatt, Rosa County: Portland Death Date: 16 Aug 1925 Certificate: 2143
  • Pyeatt, Frank D County: Marion Death Date: 12 N 1944
  • Pyeatt, Larry A County: Linn Death Date: 25 Aug 1944
  • Pyeatt, MALE County: Lincoln Death Date: 02 Sep 1966 Certificate: 13296
  • Pyeatt, Minnie E County: Benton Death Date: 03 Jul 1966 Certificate: 9757 Spouse: Thomas
  • Pyeatt, Donald L County: Yamhill Death Date: 26 Dec 1974 Certificate: 74-20260 Birth Date: - Jul 1934
  • Pyeatt, Ethel Mar County: Jackson Death Date: 31 Mar 1976 Certificate: 76-04026 Spouse: Eugene Birth Date: - Oct 1926
  • Pyeatt, Hugh Eug County: Klamath Death Date: 24 Apr 1977 Certificate: 77-05524 Spouse: Madie Birth Date: - Nov 1999
  • Pyeatt, Rose County: Multnomah Death Date: 26 Aug 1979 Certificate: 79-13504 Spouse: Joseph Birth Date: 21 Oct 1999
  • Pyeatt, Earl Mil County: Multnomah Death Date: 17 Mar 1985 Certificate: 85-05399 Birth Date: 15 Mar 1921
  • Pyeatt, Eugene County: Portland Death Date: 15 Feb 1936 Certificate: 574
  • Pyeatt, Eugene Larry County: Jackson Death Date: 09 Apr 1992 Certificate: 92-07659 Spouse: Ethel Birth Date: 28 Aug 1925
  • Pyeatt, Madie Virginia County: Klamath Death Date: 22 Aug 1991 Certificate: 91-15906 Spouse: Hugh Birth Date: 16 Apr 1905
  • Pyeatt, Earl D County: Jackson Death Date: 04 N 1963 Certificate: 15185 Spouse: Mildred Age: 69
  • Pyeatt, Joseph M County: Multnomah Death Date: 15 Aug 1965 Certificate: 11440 Spouse: Rose Age: 75
  • Pyeatt, Walter M County: Douglas Death Date: 13 Jun 1964 Certificate: 7982 Age: 80
  • Pyeatt, Carl E County: Marion Death Date: 25 0 1958 Certificate: 11868 Spouse: Edith

    Oregan - Portland
    Funeral Record Book Y Edward Holman Undertaking Co. pg 349 Hannah Armfield 994 East 18th N.; age 86 yrs 4 mo 26 days; Father: Moses Piatt Place of birth of father: Virginia; Mother: Jane Smith; Place of birth of mother: Virginia; dob: July 31, 1828 dod: Dec 27, 1914 burial: Dec 29, 1914 birth place: Canton, Ohio death place: 994 E. 18th N. Portland, OR; Cause of death: Cronic Endoln dit? (can't read); Physician: A. Samiel Torrens??; Place of burial: Rose City Cemetary [East Portland]; Person responsible: O.P.B. Armfield; Address/Residence: 994 E. 18th N.; Holman Funeral Service 2610 S.E. Hawthorne Bv. 232-5131 27 March, 1990 Tuesday Portland, OR.

    Pennsylvania - Indiana County
    From "Indiana Register" (Sep-Dec 1860), Indiana Co., PA
    4 September 1860: DR. PIATT. We omitted last week to announce the death of DR. WILLIAM A. PIATT, of Cherrytree, who died suddenly on Monday the 20th, at his residence, from disease of the heart. DR. PIATT, it will be remembered, was a candidate for the office of Assembly at the last October election.

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    South Carolina - Charleston
    The Post and Courier OnLine 2 Feb 2003
    With regret, we inform you that Rev. Dr. Moses P. Pyatt entered into eternal rest on Saturday, February 8, 2003, the beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mary E. Pyatt; the beloved father of Ms. Adaline Pyatt, Mr. Philip Pyatt, and Ms. Mosette Rivera; the beloved grandfather of Miss. Andrea Pyatt, and Mr. Antonio Rivera. Funeral notice will be announced later by AIKEN-CAPERS FUNERAL HOME. Phone 873-2310 or toll free 1-866-887-2282.

    South Carolina - Greenville
    Greenville: Nancy Pearl Tyner Gantt, 54, of 6 Tamarack Trail, died Thursday, June 28, 2001, at Greenville Memorial Medical Center. Born in Anderson County, she was the daughter of the late Cleve L. and Georgie Browning Tyner. She was a homemaker and a member of Tremont Avenue Church of God and the Sanctuary Sunday School Class. She is survived by her husband, Gary William Gantt; a daughter, Jessica Robin Gantt; a son, Andrew William Gantt; two sisters, Dorothy Pyeatt Herring of Summerville, and Faye Tyner Hinebaugh of Columbia; a brother, Raymond A. Tyner, of Montgomery, Ala.; and a special friend, Theresa Smith. Memorials may be made to a charity of one's choice. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home, Downtown. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at Tremont Avenue Church of God, with burial at Graceland Cemetery, West. The family is at the residence. Published in The Greenville News: 06-30-2001

    South Carolina - "Herald" (Rock Hill, SC), Obituaries, 1991-1999
    Publication Date: July 29, 1997 Page: 6a CHESTER - Mr. Matthew McCarley Woods, 91, of 2684 West Chester School Road died Sunday, July 27, 1997, at his home. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Barron Funeral Home with the Revs. Bob Craven and Chris Snelgrove officiating. Burial will be at New Hope Methodist Church cemetery. Born in Chester County, Mr. Woods was a retired farmer. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was educated in the schools of Chester County. Surviving are his wife, Iva Grant Woods; three daughters, Myra Woods and Jean Pyatte, both of Chester, and Jane Gibson of Lancaster; his sister, Geneva Lipford of Lancaster; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 tonight at Barron Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to New Hope Methodist Church Cemetery Fund, 2012 Baton Rouge Road, Chester, SC 29706. Carrie Gray

    Publication Date: November 09, 1996 Page: 4b ROCK HILL - Mr. Fred Farthing, 81, of 2749 Saluda Road died Friday, Nov. 8, 1996, at his home. A memorial service will be 3 p.m. today at Trinity Bible Church, with the Revs. George Schultz and Ray Long officiating. Burial will be private at the Farthing Family Cemetery in Montezuma, N.C. A native of Montezuma, Mr. Farthing was retired from Rock Hill Printing & Finishing. He was a veteran of World War II and was a retired master sergeant from the S.C. National Guard. He was a member of Trinity Bible Church, where he was an elder and Sunday school teacher. Surviving are his wife, Oree McCants Farthing; his daughter, Jean Duncan; four brothers, William Farthing and Paul Farthing, both of Kingsport, Tenn., Archie Farthing of Morganton, N.C., and Jim Farthing of Rock Hill; two sisters, Viola Carter of Kingsport and Sybil Pyatte of Rock Hill; one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the home. Memorials may be made to Hospice Community Care, 325 S. Oakland Ave., Rock Hill, SC 29730; or Trinity Bible Church, 914 Cherry Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730. Greene Funeral Home is in charge. Alene Ferrell

    Publication Date: March 08, 1993 Page: 7A JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. -- Mrs. Dorothy Farthing Harmon, 68, of 159 Harmon Road, died Sunday, March 7, 1993, at Johnson City Medical Center Hospital. The funeral will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Morris-Baker Chapel, with the Rev. Jerry Musick officiating. Burial will be at Ledford Cemetery, in Montezuma, N.C. Mrs. Harmon was a native of Montezuma, N.C., and lived in Kingsport, Tenn., before moving to Washington County 17 years ago. She was a retired office employee for Holston Defense Corp. in Kingsport and a member of Aaron Baptist Church in Montezuma. Surviving are her husband, Thomas Paul Harmon; five brothers, Fred Farthing and Jim Farthing, both of Rock Hill, William Farthing and Paul Farthing, both of Kingsport, Tenn., and Archie Farthing of Morganton, N.C.; and two sisters, Viola Carter of Kingsport and Sibyl Pyatte of Rock Hill. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Morris-Baker Funeral Home in Johnson City, Tenn. Memorials may be made to Aaron Baptist Church, Montezuma, NC 28622.

    Texas - Bell County - 1964 Deaths
    Pyeatt, Carrie Ann Feb 26, 1964 Female Married
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    Texas - Bowie County - Probate Index
    Pyeatt, Virgil Custer; tubercular, (no papers) Dec 30 1937

    Texas - Bowie County - 1975 Deaths
    Pyeatt, Adine E Oct 13, 1975 Female
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    Texas - Callahan County - 1965 Deaths
    Pyeatt, Charles Oscar Jan 21, 1965 Male Single
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    Texas - Callahan County - 1967 Deaths
    Pyeatt, Beulah Ann June 2, 1967 Female Widowed
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    Texas - Eastland County - Ranger
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" September 21, 1994 Pg: 25 RANGER - Lillie E. Hill Woods, a retired school cafeteria worker, died Sunday at a Corsicana nursing home. She was 87. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Edwards Funeral Home. Burial will be in Merriman Cemetery. Mrs. Woods was born in Indian Territory, Okla., and had lived in Ranger since 1968. She was a member of the Church of God. Her husband, Bailey Woods, died in 1993. Survivors: Four daughters, Alice Pyeatt of Greeley, Colo., Deeon Clough of Ranger, Joann Ward Lee of Corsicana and Darlene Whateley of Midland; two brothers, Herbert Victory of Archer City and Bill Victory of Henrietta; 13 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

    Texas - Ector County - Odessa
    Odessa First Church of the Nazarene/Odessa American Newspaper
    Carolyn McCorcle was released from her suffering and a broken heart Dec. 23, 2003. Carolyn was born Sept. 16, 1947 as Carolyn Ann Jarrett in Lamesa, the first born child to David Ray and Artie Lee Jarrett. Carolyn grew up in West Texas area and moved to Odessa in 1958. She was a graduate of Odessa High School in 1965. Carolyn worked as a hair stylist and interior decorator as well as a homemaker. Carolyn married Harley McCorcle Dec. 5, 1975. They had two sons, Scott and Ricky. Carolyn was a loving wonderful wife and mother. She was meticulous in her appearance as she was in the care of her home. She loved her family with all her heart and will be deeply missed. Carolyn was a devout Christian that loved the Lord. Carolyn went to heaven to be with her son Ricky, her father Dave, mother-in-law Betty Gaines and her grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins. Carolyn left behind her husband Harley McCorcle, son Scott Pyeatt his wife Dena, her mother Artie, father-in-law Jack Gaines, her sisters Sandra Murry, her husband, Garry, Terrie Conklin, her husband Kevin, many aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, cousins and many good friends. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Nazarene Church. Burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

    Texas - Erath County - Deaths 1966
    Pyeatt, William Thomas 4-6-1966 Male Single
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    Texas - Erath County - Stephenville
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" December 12, 1991 Pg 29 STEPHENVILLE - Will Allen "Bill" Pyeatt of Stephenville, a retired hotel and restaurant manager, died Tuesday at a Stephenville hospital. He was 85. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mission Gardens of Memory cemetery in Stephenville. Mr. Pyeatt was born in Dublin and lived most of his life in Erath County. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a 32nd-degree Mason. He was a Baptist. Survivors: Wife, Opal Pyeatt of Stephenville; daughter, LaNelle Wolfe of Granbury; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

    Texas - Gregg County
    Pyeatt, Joe Ewing 12-03-1965 M SINGLE (1965 death register)

    Texas - Hemphill County - Gem
    Originally provided online by Nona Jones, from a local Gem, Texas newspaper, probably June 19 or 20, 1947.
    George Winfield Walker: G. W. Walker, resident of this section for the past forty-three years, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Buron Henderson, June 18 following a long illness. Mr. Walker homesteaded in 1904 on a farm near Durham, Oklahoma, in what was then called Day county. He was a pioneer who knew the hardships of early Oklahoma, a citizen who always helped in every way to build his community, a good neighbor, and loving husband and father. George Winfield Walker was born at Darlington, Missouri, December 22, 1874 the son of William Nelson and Nancy Jane Walker, and departed this life at the age of 72 years, 5 months, and 26 days. He accepted Christ as his Savior in his early youth and became a member of the Baptist church. He was united in marriage to Amanda Jane Mathis on April 27, 1902, and to this union six children were born: Feo Doyle, William Noel, Nancy Merle, Eva Pearl, Helen Elizabeth, and Georgia Lucille. His wife, two sons, and one grandson, preceded him in death. Left to mourn his death are four daughters: Mrs Merle Kendall, of Corpus Christi, Texas, Mrs. Pearl Dunlap of Ellinwood, Kansas., and Mrs Helen Henderson and Mrs. Lucille Forrest, of Gem; fifteen grandchildren: George Lewis Walker (USN), Glen William and Zelda Mae Walker, George Edward, Robert Leon, James Adrian, and William Doyle Kendall, Mary Jane, Martha Lucille, William Shephard, Jr. and Nancy Elizabeth Dunlap, Wallace Forrest, Jr., Gertrude Droddy and Band Ardelle Henderson; three sisters: Mrs Sarah Lane Hensley, of Crawford, Oklahoma, Elizabeth Jane Cooke, of Arapaho, Oklahoma, and Mrs Mary Osborne; two brothers: Quinn and Addison Walker, of Thomas, Oklahoma; other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at the Gem City community church Sunday, with the Reverend Alfred Thomas of Dill City officiating, assisted by the Reverend Blassingame. A choir composed of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Welch, Mr and Mrs. Alfred Rowley, Mrs. Grover Willmoth, Mrs Jake Ramp, Mrs Paul Ramsey, and Dr. C. C. Merritt, with Mrs. G. H. Henderson at the piano, sang "Rock of Ages," "The Lilies of the Valley," and "Sweet Bye and Bye." Pallbearers were Glan Cecil, William York, Glen Hostutler, Frank Beaty, E .F. Fox, and Clifford Pyeatt. Honorary pallbearers were Robert Briggs, Thomas Haight, Judson Cunningham, Flake Hammons, D. G. Suiter, and W. C. McKean. Burial was made in the Eller Flat cemetery.

    Texas - Hood County - Granbury
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" June 12, 1993 Pg: 25 GRANBURY - Stanley Eckels, a business owner, died Thursday at his Granbury residence. He was 58. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Grace Baptist Church in Fort Worth. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mount Olivet Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Eckels was born in Alva, Okla. Survivors: Wife, Sharon Eckels of Granbury; daughters, Tracye MicKunas of Fort Worth and Shirlyn Grubbs of Fort Worth; stepdaughters, Kristen Masters of Denton, Kerry Watkins of Granbury and Katye Watkins of Granbury; brothers, John Eckels of Fort Worth, Leroy Eckels of Japan and Earl Eckels of Fort Worth; sisters, Stella Melton of Denver, Viola Rosa of Fort Worth, Sylvia Pyeatt of Fort Worth, Helen Schiffner of Alva, Okla., Louella Smith of Texas City; and three grandchildren.

    Texas - Johnson County - Cleburne
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" December 26, 1998 CLEBURNE - M.C. "Tiny" Pyeatt, 78, a retired real estate appraiser, died Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1998, near Brady. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home. Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery in Cleburne. M.C. "Tiny" Pyeatt was born Jan. 24, 1920, in Clyde. Mr. Pyeatt was a longtime member of Westside Church of Christ and owner of Pyeatt's Jewelry until 1994. He served as ensign in the Navy during World War II. He was employed for several years with FHA, both in Dallas and Fort Worth, and the Corps of Engineers in Fort Worth as a real estate appraiser. Mr. Pyeatt graduated from Clyde High School, received his bachelor of education from Abilene Christian University, a masters of education from Hardin Simmons University and graduated from midshipmen school in Chicago. He married March 7, 1943, to Mattie Lou Armstrong of Cleburne. He coached football in Colorado City, Texas, Clyde, and Cleburne. He was principal of junior high schools in Colorado City and Lake Worth. Survivors: Wife, Mattie Lou Pyeatt of Cleburne; son, Bill Pyeatt of Fort Worth; daughters and sons-in-law, Jan and Charles Thompson of Austin and Candy and Charles Johnston of Cleburne; brother, Hayden Pyeatt of Tucson, Ariz.; grandchildren, Sam Hardcastle, Jenifer Thompson and Kristin Johnston; and a host of friends.

    Texas - Lubbock County - Lubbock
    "Lubbock Avalanche Journal" April 25, 1997 Melvin Pyeatt Sr.

    HOBBS, N.M. (Special) - Services for Melvin L. Pyeatt Sr., 60, of Hobbs will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Christian Center Church with Gene McClain officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery under direction of Chapel of Hope. Pyeatt died Thursday, April 24, 1997, at his residence. He was born Oct. 19, 1936, in Cooper, N.M. He married Bonnie Marie Weaver in 1957, in Midland. He was a member of the Independent Order of the Oddfellows and Pharr's RV Club. He graduated from Jal, N.M., High School and Lea College in Cleveland, Tenn. He retired from Enron as a lab technician in 1994. He was a trustee for Christian Center Church. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Cindy Pender of Woodland; two sons, Melvin L. Jr. of Hobbs and David of Hobbs; two brothers, Lawrence of Hobbs and John Bob Jr. of Detroit, Texas; and six grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to Hospice.

    Texas - Montague County - Nocona
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" March 6, 1993 Pg: 27 NOCONA - William J. Pyeatt, a Nocona Leathergoods laborer, died Tuesday at a Nocona nursing home. He was 94. Funeral was Friday at Jerry Woods Funeral Home in Nocona. Burial was in Nocona Cemetery. Mr. Pyeatt was born in Oklahoma and was a member of Walnut Street Baptist Church. Survivors: None in the immediate family.

    Texas - Potter County - Amarillo
    Gwen Gruver Pyeatt, 67, of Amarillo, died Friday, June 6, 1997. Memorial services were Monday, June 9, at the Christian Church with Douglas Skinner, pastor, and Tommy Gruver, brother of the deceased, officiating. Service arrangements were by the family. Cremation was by Memorial Park Funeral Home, 6969 E. Interstate 40. Mrs. Pyeatt was born in Amarillo. She worked at the Women's Resource Center and was a member of the Christian Church. Survivors include her husband, Ben Pyeatt of Amarillo; two sons, Drew Harbour of Austin and Bob Gardner of Austin; three sisters, Medwin Taylor of Maine, Lou Hamilton of New Boston and Billie Johnson of Amarillo; a brother, Tommy Gruver of El Paso; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

    Gloria Park Pyeatt Amarillo Daily News, March 22, 2000. Gloria Park Pyeatt, 70, of Lake Tanglewood, died Monday, March 20, 2000. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Lake Tanglewood Community Church with the Rev. Roger Hubbard officiating. Cremation will be by Memory Gardens Crematory with other arrangements by Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Directors, Memorial Chapel, Fifth Avenue and Pierce Street. Mrs. Pyeatt was born in Fort Cobb, Okla., and lived in League City before moving to Amarillo in 1961. She retired in 1991 as office manager for GreinerMadison Insurance Agency. She was a member of Lake Tanglewood Community Church and Lake Tanglewood Golf Association. Mrs. Pyeatt was a member of the Lake Tanglewood board of directors. For the past 15 years she and her husband hosted a day of the annual muscular dystrophy summer camp. In 1983 she married Billy D. Pyeatt. Her first marriage was in 1961 to James Park who died in 1977. Survivors include her husband; a son, Don Atwood of League City; two stepsons, Keith Pyeatt of Vermont and Brady Park of Roswell, N.M.; three stepdaughters, Terry Evans of Homer, Alaska, Carol White of Amarillo and Elaine Miller of Missouri; a sister, Dorothy Ann Holsey of League City; and 11 grandchildren.

    Clara C. Pyeatt Amarillo Daily News March 6, 2000. MEMPHIS - Clara C. Pyeatt, 95, died Saturday, March 4, 2000. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. O.K. Bowen officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery by Memphis Funeral Home. Miss Pyeatt was born in Rio Vista and had lived in Memphis for almost 84 years. She taught school and was a member of First Baptist Church of Memphis. Survivors include a sister-in-law, Mary Pyeatt of Amarillo; and nieces and nephews, Laurel Caviness of Gravelly, Ark., Adella Vardeman of Waco, Gayle Pyeatt of Amarillo, Ben Pyeatt, Scharlean Smith, and Nonnalee Murdock, all of Amarillo, and Bob Ellis of Clarendon. The family will be at Miss Pyeatt's home and suggests memorials be to First Baptist Church of Memphis.

    Gladys Faye Pyeatt Amarillo Daily News, April 8, 2000. Gladys Faye Pyeatt, 75, of Amarillo, died Friday, April 7, 2000. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Ivy Chapel, 2820 Virginia Circle, with Rev. D. M. Newton, retired Baptist pastor, officiating. Entombment will be in Llano Cemetery Garden Mausoleum. Mrs. Pyeatt was born in Childress and lived in Amarillo since 1949. She was a homemaker and a member of Paramount Baptist Church. She married Ed Pyeatt in 1959 at Clovis, N.M. Survivors include her husband; a son, Dr. Eddie Pyeatt of Plano; a brother, Ralls Bounds of Idalou; and a grandson.

    Fred Austin Harrell Amarillo Daily News, September 5, 1999. PLAINVIEW - Fred Austin Harrell, 56, died Thursday, Sept. 2, 1999. Services were at 10 a.m. Saturday in Lemons Funeral Home Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Joe P. Weldon, pastor of Parkview Baptist Church, officiating. Private burial was in Plainview Memorial Park. Mr. Harrell was born in Sayre, Okla., where he graduated from high school. In 1961, he moved to Plainview. For 12 years, he was a manager for C.R. Anthony's and he worked as a salesman for Jack Morris Ford for 27 years. He married Jackie Noland in 1967 at Plainview. Survivors include his wife; a son, Shane Harrell of Plainview; four brothers, Bud Harrell of Sweetwater, Glenn Harrell of Sayre and Marvin Harrell and Billy Lehew, both of Oklahoma; and two sisters, Vergie Callen of Midland and Ruth Pyeatt of Reydon, Okla.

    Reba Nell McKay Amarillo Online Newspaper February 13, 1998. Reba Nell McKay, 65, of Amarillo, died Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1998. Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church Chapel with Dr. Howard Batson, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Llano Cemetery by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2820 Virginia Circle. Mrs. McKay was born in Chillicothe and had lived in Amarillo for most of her life. She was a clerk for the U.S. Postal Service. She was a member of First Baptist Church. She married Tommy McKay in 1952 at Amarillo. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Joe McKay of Lancaster and Keith McKay of Arlington; a sister, Rita Pyeatt of Amarillo; and five grandchildren.

    Gladys Pyeatt Amarillo Online Newspaper February 3, 1999. TULIA - Gladys Pyeatt, 86, died Monday, Feb. 1, 1999. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Wallace Funeral Home Chapel with Trey Morgan of Central Church of Christ officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Pyeatt was born in Swisher County and grew up in Love Community where she attended schools. She graduated from Tulia High School. She was a member of the Home Demonstration Club of Swisher County and the Central Church of Christ. She married Ray Barrington Pyeatt in 1932 at Clovis, N.M. He died in 1989. Survivors include a son, Larry Pyeatt of Tulia; two sisters, Bernice Evans and Betty Jo Barker, both of Tulia; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

    Rodney Lee Pyatt Amarillo Online Newspaper January 23, 1998. ALLEN - Rodney Lee "Rod" Pyatt, 43, died Thursday, Jan. 22, 1998. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in First United Methodist Church. Arrangements are by TurrentineJackson-Morrow Funeral Home in McKinney. Mr. Pyatt was born in Austin. He moved to Plainview in 1957 and graduated from Plainview High School in 1972. He enlisted in the Navy in 1972 and served until 1976. He was a self-employed wallpaper contractor. Mr. Pyatt was a former member of the Plainview High School a cappella choir, the High School Rodeo Association, Little League and Babe Ruth League. He was a member of the American Legion and First Baptist Church in Roscoe. Mr. Pyatt married Sherry Kay Norrell in 1974 at Plainview. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Amanda Pyatt of North Richland Hills and Michelle Pyatt of Allen; a son, Joshua Pyatt of Allen; his parents, Robert J. and Bonita Pyatt of Plainview; a brother, Lt. Col. Michael D. Pyatt of Virginia Beach, Va.; a sister, Tamie Westmoreland of Granbury; and a grandson. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. The family requests memorials in lieu of flowers be to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, North Texas Chapter, 8750 North Central Expressway, Suite 1030, Dallas, Texas 75231-6437; or a favorite charity.

    Kennalee D'Lin Bryant SPEARMAN Amarillo Daily News, Jan. 28, 2000 - Kennalee D'Lin Bryant, infant daughter of Greg and Linsey Bryant of Wheeler, died Monday, Jan. 24, 2000. Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday in Apostolic Faith Church with the Rev. Toby Henson of First Baptist Church of Wheeler officiating. Burial will be in Hansford Cemetery by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home of Spearman. Kennalee was born in December in Amarillo. Survivors include her parents; her grandparents, Jeff and Delinda Piatt and Mike and Beverly Bryant, all of Wheeler; her great-grandparents, Tilden Scroggs of Spearman, Joyce Williamson of Borger, Don Piatt of Dumas, Georgia Lee Piatt of Perryton, George and Lorene Plaster and Fred and Alice Phillips, all of Amarillo, and Peggy and Doyle Munkres of Guymon, Okla.; and her great-great grandfather, Leo Phillips of Amarillo.

    Texas - Stephens County - Breckenridge
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" June 10, 1993 Pg: 23 BRECKENRIDGE - Lloyd "Jack" Gray, a self-employed welder, died Tuesday at a Breckenridge hospital. He was 68. Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. today in Breckenridge Cemetery. Morehart Mortuary in Breckenridge is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Gray was born in Stonewall County, was a graduate of Breckenridge High School and had attended Cisco Junior College. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and was a former member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Elks Lodge. He was a Baptist. The family suggests that memorials be made to Meals On Wheels. Survivors: Wife, Mattie Lee Gray of Breckenridge; two sons, Lloyd Gray Jr. and Benny Gray, both of Breckenridge; three daughters, Madeline Worthington of Columbus, Ohio, and Gwen Patterson and Pat Davis, both of Breckenridge; sister, Cloma Faye Pyeatt of Pasadena; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

    Texas - Tarrant County - Arlington
    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" April 21, 1994 Pg: 24;25 ARLINGTON - Frank Hodge, a project manager for Austin Bridge & Road Construction for more than 29 years, died Monday near Lewisville from injuries received in an auto accident. He was 64. Funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Moore Funeral Home in Arlington. Graveside service will be at 3:30 p.m. Friday in Eureka Cemetery in Eureka. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 tonight at the funeral home. Mr. Hodge was born in Eureka and lived in Arlington for 21 years. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church. Survivors: Wife, Norma Hodge of Arlington; son, Mike Hodge of Arlington; five brothers, Wilmer Hodge of Corsicana, Ray Hodge of Houston, Scott Hodge of Dallas, Bill Hodge of Canton and David Hodge of Wills Point; five sisters, Vara Chandler of Eureka, Ruby Pyeatt and Mary Lambert, both of Corsicana, Mildred Whitacre of Cedar Creek and Dotty Whittington of Red Oak; and one grandson.

    Texas - Tarrant County - Fort Worth
    Texas Department of Health / Bureau of Vital Statistics / Standard Certificate of Death / 14091
    1. Place of Death: State - Texas; County: Tarrant; City or Precinct: Fort Worth, Texas; Stree and Number: 1417 5th Avenue 2. Full Name of Deceased: Mrs. Caroline Pyeatt; Length of residence where death occurred - 2 1/2 Years [blank] months [blank] days; Social Security No. [blank]; Residence of Deceased - Street and No.: 1417 5th Ave.; City: Fort Worth; County: Tarrant; State: Tex; Personal and Statistical Particulars - 3. Sex: Female 4. Color or Race: White 5. Single, married, widowed or divorced: Widow 6. Date of Birth: Nov. 30, 1864 7. Age - 82 Years 3 Months 25 Days; 8. a. Occupation - Re tired 8. b. Kind of Business - [blank] 9. Birthplace - Ark. 10. Name of Father: David Pyeatt 11. Place of Birth of Father: 12. Mother: Unknown 13. Place of Birth of Mother; [blank] 14. Name of Informant: Mrs. Emory Rudd; Address of Informant: 1417 5th Ave. Ft Worth, TX 15. Place of Removal: Chico, Near Bridgeport. Texas; Date of Removal: March 26, 1947 16. Harveson & Cole; Address: 1231 W. Magnolia, Ft. Worth, Texas; 17. Date of Death: March 25, 1947, 6:45 PM 18. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 3-24 1947 to 3-25 1947 The death occurred on the date above at [blank]. The cause of death was: Chr. Myocarditis / Cardiac Failure; Duration: ?; Contributory causes: [blank] Related to Occupation: No; Signature: J H Wa???rren Address - Ft. Worth, Texas 20. File Number: 676; File Date: Mar 27 1947; Signature of Local Registrar: Zora Griffith; Post Office Address: Fort Worth, Texas

    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" June 10, 1991 Pg: 3 FORT WORTH - Karen Faith Keller, a college English instructor, died Saturday at her home in Fort Worth. She was 45. Memorial service will be at 2 p.m. today at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Dallas. Ms. Keller was born in Dallas and had lived in Fort Worth for one year. Previously, she had lived in Carbondale, Ill., and had taught English at Southern Illinois University. She had also been an English instructor at Texas Tech. Ms. Keller received a bachelor of arts degree and a master of arts degree from Austin College. She also received a master of arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and had done doctorate work at Texas Christian University. For the past year, she had taught English at Tarrant County Junior College South Campus. The family suggests that memorials be made to the American Cancer Society or Trinity Presbyterian Church, 901 N. Zang Blvd., Dallas 75208. Survivors: Son, Christopher Mays of Fort Worth; parents, Max and Dorothy Fagg, both of Dallas; and sister, Marilyn Pyeatt of Dallas.

    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" March 30, 1992 Pg: 17 FORT WORTH - Helen Genevieve Eckels, a retired practical nurse, died Saturday at an Oklahoma nursing home. She was 84. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Victory Baptist Church in Haltom City, where she was a member. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Lucas Funeral Home on Sylvania Avenue is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Eckels was trained as a nurse at Northwestern State College in Alva, Okla. Before her retirement, she worked at Hurst General Hospital. Survivors: Four sons, John Eckels, Stanley Eckels and Earl Eckels, all of Fort Worth, and Leroy Eckels of Japan; six daughters, Stella Melton of Denver, Helen Schiffner of Alva, Louella Smith of Texas City, and Viola Roso, Sylvia Pyeatt and Revenna Grimes, all of Fort Worth; three sisters, Avis Cline of Canon City, Colo., and Revenna Rose and Beula Shaffer, both of Alva; 22 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.

    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" July 21, 1992 Pg: 17 FORT WORTH - Jewell Jeanette Pyeatt, a retired cosmetologist, died Monday at a Fort Worth hospital. She was 76. Graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fort Worth. Baumgardner Funeral Home in Fort Worth is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Pyeatt was born in Vernon and was a longtime Fort Worth resident. Survivors: Son, James Pyeatt of Fort Worth; three brothers, W.R. Black of Vernon, L.E. Black of Fort Worth and Everett Black of St. Petersburg, Fla.; four sisters, Hazel Bergt of Vernon, Irene Bateman and Lora Vanek, both of Fort Worth, and Wanda McMillan of Denver; and three grandchildren.

    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" February 15, 1996 Pg: 26;27 FORT WORTH - La Fern Cantwell, 86, a retired nurse, died Wednesday at a Fort Worth hospital. Cryptside service: 1 p.m. today at Greenwood Mausoleum in Greenwood Memorial Park. Memorials: American Cancer Society, 3301 West Freeway, Fort Worth 76107. La Fern Cantwell was born Nov. 6, 1909, in Durham, Okla. She retired after many years of service as a nurse at Fort Worth Osteopathic Hospital. She was preceded in death by her brothers, Odes Cantwell and Drew Cantwell. Survivors: Sister, Margie Pyeatt of Canadian; sister-in-law, Alice Cantwell of Canadian; niece, Wilma Eubank of Canadian; three great-nephews; and two great-nieces. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road.

    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" August 01, 1997 Pg: 6;7 FORT WORTH - Grover L. Brister, 71, a retired upholsterer, died Tuesday, July 29, 1997, at a local hospital. Funeral: 10 a.m. Friday. Burial: Leonard Cemetery in Leonard. Grover L. Brister was born July 23, 1926, in Leonard. He was a Korean War veteran and received the Purple Heart. Survivors: Son, David Admire and his wife, Kathy, of Tyler; daughter-in-law, Marie Pyeatt and her husband, James; brothers, Lawrence Brister of Dallas and Harold Brister of Arkansas; sister, Emma Payne and Clementine Pope, both of Mesquite; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Taylor Funeral Home Leonard, (903) 887-3336.

    "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" May 14, 1999 FORT WORTH - John L. Eckels, 69, died Wednesday, May 12, 1999, at a Fort Worth nursing home. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday at Heartland Funeral Home Chapel, with Brother Jesse Morton of Stamford, officiating. Burial: Eastlawn Memorial Park. John L. Eckels was born June 27, 1929, in Alva, Okla. Survivors: Wife, Kathy Eckels; brothers, LeRoy Eckels and Earl Eckels; sisters, Stella Melton, Viola Roso, Sylvia Pyeatt, Helen Schiffner, Louella Smith and Revenna Grimes; and a host of nieces and nephews. Heartland Funeral Home Early, (915) 646-9424.

    Texas – Wichita County – Electra
    Services for Mrs. Mattie Evelyn Pyeatt who died in an Electra nursing home were held from the First United Methodist church in Olney. Rev. Ira Thompson, pastor of the First United Methodist church in Electra officiating with Rev. J.L. Davenport assisting. Funeral under the direction of James B. Totten and Sons funeral home of Electra. Mrs. Pyeatt resided in Olney many years before moving to Electra in 1966. Survivors: two daughters - Mrs. S.E. King of Electra, Mrs. Whooten Bishop of Englewood, Colorado; two brothers - Clint Lacewell and P.D. Lacewell, both of Cleburne; five grand; 11 great.

    Texas – Wichita County – Wichita Falls
    Funeral services were conducted at the Olney First Methodist church for Homer F. Pyeatt officiated by Rev. Thomas Forester, pastor. Kerbow Funeral home had the arrangements. An independent oil supply dealer of Wichita Falls, Pyeatt died from injuries suffered in a highway accident southeast of Jacksboro on the Fort Worth Highway. He was found lying beside his wrecked car. Pyeatt lived at Memphis and Thrift before moving to Wichita Falls with his family in 1919. Survivors: brother - Joe Pyeatt; three sisters - Mrs. Alice Bishop, Mrs. Thelma King, Miss Lora Pyeatt.

    Funeral held at Olney for Miss Lora Inez Pyeatt, 54, at the Olney First Methodist church. Rev. E.H. Lightfoot, pastor, officiated. Miss Pyeatt lived most of her life in Archer and Young Counties. She had been in Wichita Falls for about three months. Survivors: her mother - Mrs. Mattie E. Pyeatt of Olney; one brother - Joe Pyeatt; two sisters - Mrs. Wooten Bishop, Mrs. S.E. King.

    Texas – Young County – Olney
    Funeral services were held at the First Methodist Church for J.S. Pyeatt, 71, Olney resident for 27 years. Rev. Wallace J. Shelton, Methodist pastor, assisted by Rev. Thomas Forester, Cumberland Presbyterian pastor conducted the services. Pyeatt, retired oil pumper came to Olney in 1925. He was a long-time member of the Methodist church and Woodmen of the World. Survivors: widow; son - Joe Pyeatt of Longview; three daughters - Lora Pyeatt of Olney, Mrs. Wooten Bishop of Kamay, Mrs. S.E. King of Archer City; brother - L.E. Pyeatt of Torrence, CA, five grandchildren, one great-grandchild.

    Funeral services for Wooten Bishop, 89, were held Tuesday afternoon in Lunn Funeral Home Chapel with Scotte Clark, minister at Hamilton Street Church of Christ, officiating. Bishop had lived in Olney since 1970. He and Alice Pyeatt were married April 21, 1928, in Megargel; she died June 28,1991. A retired oil field pumper, Bishop had also served as custodian of Olney ISD for seven years. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include one daughter, Peggy Boswell of Englewood, Colo.; one sister, Opal Hankins of Arlington; three granddaughters; and three great grandchildren.

    Utah - St George
    Las Vegas Review Journal 25 Mar 1997
    Carl Monroe Pyatt, 89, died Saturday in St. George, Utah. He was born Sept. 13, 1907, in Afton, Okla., and was retired from Titanium Metals Corp. He is survived by his sons, James of Hisperia, Calif., and Carl of Henderson; daughters, Betty Mitchell of Rockport, Texas, Carolyn Lair of St. Louis and Lorraine Schmedes of North Las Vegas; 28 grandchildren; and 39 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be one hour prior to services at noon today in the Civic Center chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Burial will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. Wiscombe Funeral Home, Caliente, handled arrangements.

    Virginia - Princess Anne County - Virginia Beach
    From the Virginian Pilot Newspaper - Norfolk/Virginia Beach
    GOLDIE BEATRICE BAKER, Mrs. Saturday, January 10, 1953 / Monday, January 12, 1953. Age 54, wife of EARNEST LINWOOD BAKER, died Friday, January 9, 1953 at 4:45 am at the residence, 1336 Commerce Street, South Norfolk after an illness of seven weeks. A native of South Norfolk, she was a daughter of the late WILLIAM HARRELL and Mrs. EVA WRIGHT HARRELL. She was a member of the South Norfolk Pentecostal Holiness Church. Besides her husband, surviving are 1 son, OTIS LEE BAKER of South Norfolk; 3 sisters, Mrs. LUCY MCWATER of Alexandria, Mrs. MILDRED SIREN of Norfolk and Mrs. BETTY MAIDEN of South Norfolk; 3 brothers, FRED HARRELL, ROBERT HARRELL and GORHAM HARRELL, all of South Norfolk. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, January 11, 1953 at 3 pm at the Graham Funeral Home, South Norfolk, by the Rev ARTHUR D. BEACHAM, pastor of South Norfolk Pentecostal Holiness Church and the Rev O.D. POYTHRESS, pastor of the South Norfolk Christian Church. Burial was in Riverside Memorial Park. Pallbearers were W.R. DURHAM, J.A. CUTCHINS, J. YOUNG, J.P. HILL, I.D. SUTTON, DAVID HYLTON, Y.T. EVERTON and C. PIATT.

    West Virginia - Clay County - Clay
    CLAY - Gilda Betheline Samples, 58, of Clay died Aug. 30, 1997, at home after a short illness. Surviving: husband, Arthur Samples; sons, Phillip Bartsch of Lizemores, Richard Bartsch of Glen, Anthony Jones of Charlotte, N.C., Tim Jones of Sanford, N.C.; daughters, Rita Cottrell of Indore, Swanna Ratcliff of St. Albans, Cindy Murphy, Brandy Samples and Telina Schoonover, all of Clay; sisters, Ethel Hypes of Lizemores, Angela Litton of Fredericksburg, Va., Mary Naylor of Fayetteville, Pam Neal of Manassas, Va., Sandy Stewart of Smithers; brothers, Bill Pyatt of Cleveland, Charles Pyatt of Leon, David Pyatt of Indore, Jeff Pyatt of Killeen, Texas, Phillip Pyatt of Rand. Service will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Carl Wilson Funeral Home, Clay, with the Rev. Kenneth Adkins officiating. Burial will be in Stone Cemetery, Lizemores. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

    West Virginia - Clay County - Glen
    GLEN - Harold Eugene Walters, 48, of Glen died Sept. 18, 1999, at home after a long illness. He was a disabled employee from Clendenin Lumber Co., a Marine Corps veteran and a member of Lick Fork Baptist Church. Surviving: wife, Maureen Lorna Graham Walters; daughter, Eugena "Gena" Smith of Procious, Mary Broughton of Nicholasville, Ky., Heather Walters at home; sisters, Virginia Harper of Scarbro, Mable Pyatt of Lizemores, Joann Reed of Newton, Verma Holcomb of Lerona; brothers, Vernon King of Copperas Cove, Texas, Larry, Billy and Dennis Walters, all of Lizemores; four grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Lick Fork Baptist Church, Bickmore, with the Rev. Danny Lucas officiating. Burial will be in Elliott Cemetery, Lizemores. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the church. Pennington Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge, is in charge of arrangements.

    West Virginia - Fayette County - Danese
    Columbus Ward DANESE. Columbus "Lum" Alexander Ward, 84, died Tuesday, April 13, 1999, at his home following a three year illness. Born May 12, 1914, at Lower Boone, he was the son of the late Jack and Sarah "Bessie" Carver Ward. Mr. Ward was a 19-year resident of Danese, a member of Loops Road Holiness Church of Danese and retired from Bethleham Steel in 1977. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Gretha Gibson Ward, on July 11, 1980. Survivors include his wife, Virginia Ruth Grubb Wall Ward; a daughter, Eva Locklear of Baltimore, and a special niece, whom he raised, Debbie Kay Frasca of Kingsville, Md.; four stepdaughters, Sally Virginia Berry, Minnie Gunnoe and Betty Hubbard, all of Danese, and Dotty Tabor of Mount Lookout; three stepsons, George Wall of Danese and Marvin Wall and Frazier Wall, both of Richmond, Va.; a special nephew whom he raised, Stephen Pratt of Champagne, Ill.; two sisters, Louella Gibson of Russellville and Stella Pyatt of Ansted; a brother, Charles Ward of Ohio; two grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Chestnut Knob Baptist Church, Layland, with the Rev. Floyd Bolen fficiating. Burial will follow in Wallace Memorial Cemetery, Clintonville. Friends may call 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the church and one hour before services Saturday at the church. Arrangements by Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle.

    West Virginia - Fayette County - Fayetteville
    Shirley Matthew Pyatt, 84, of Fayetteville, formerly of Beckley, died Aug. 24, 1998, in VA Medical Center, Beckley, after a long illness. He was a retired Army veteran, a member of Moose Lodge, Beckley, and the VFW and a Catholic. Surviving: son, Charles Pyatt of Goose Creek, S.C.; brothers, Howard and Silas Pyatt, both of Beckley; sisters, Mary Cook and Odessa Cook, both of Glen Daniel; two grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Friday at Rose & Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley, with the Rev. Asir officiating. Burial, with military rites by VFW Post 4326, Sophia, will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Beckley. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

    West Virginia - Jackson County - Ripley
    E. W. PYATT was born February 16, 1873, died June 19, 1923, age 50 years, 4 months and 7 days. He was united in marriage to Miss Harriet Throckmartin, June 21, 1898. To this union were born 10 children, one of whom preceded the father to the Land of Rest. He was converted early in life and died in full triumph of a living faith. He leaves to mourn their loss a wife and nine children, a mother, 2 brothers, 5 sisters and a host of friends. He was a kind and affectionate husband and father and good to everybody. It is with the greatest of sorrow that we had to give him up. But our loss is only Heaven's gain. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Isaac Hinzman, assisted by Rev. Joseph Murray. Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery. (Jackson Herald, Ripley, WV, Friday, June 29, 1923)

    Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie Harmon, 34 year old Frozen Camp resident, who died Friday in a Spencer hospital following a short illness, were held Sunday afternoon at the Mt. Hope church with Rev. Ike Hinzman officiating. Interment was in the cemetery there with the J. B. Vail undertaking establishment in charge. Mrs. Harmon was a daughter of George and Annie Pyatt Snyder. Besides her husband, Charles Ernest Harmon, she is survived by several small children. (Jackson Herald, Ripley, WV, Friday, 12 December 1941)

    West Virginia - Kanawha County
    Peyatt, __ Sep 24, 1861 Birthplace: Poca, WV Parents: Peyatt, Marshall & Virginia Informant: M Peyatt, father
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    West Virginia - Raleigh County
    Obituary of Robert Lee Bailey, 1962 - Raleigh Co. WV Bailey Funeral Slated Tuesday 24 Mar. 1962: Final rites for Robert Lee Bailey, 69, of 812 N. Oakwood Ave., will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Christian Church with Dr. Walter S. Griswold officiating. Burial will be in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. Bailey died in a Clearwater, Fla., hospital at 9:10 p.m. Thursday after a long illness. He had been visiting relatives since last November. Born in Raleigh County, May 5, 1892, he was a son of the late Walter and Mary Phipps Bailey. He was a member of the First Christian Church. A former miner, Bailey last worked for Montgomery Ward in Beckley, retiring about 10 years ago. He was a member of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, Beckley Lodge No. 95, the Loyal Order of Moose, Beckley, and was a veteran of World War I. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ada Bailey; four daughters, Mrs. Kathleen Garrison of Bloomington, Ill., Mrs. Florence Murphy of Chula Vista, Calif., Mrs. Willie Sandager, California, and Mrs. Erma Lee Piatt of Miami, Fla.; two stepdaughters, Miss Virginia Coffman and Mrs. Zina Mae Combo, both of Beckley; a stepson, Cam Coffman, Jr., of Dunbar; two sisters, Mrs. Lena Arnold of Mt. Hope and Mrs. Ethel DeHart of Clearwater, Fla.; four brothers, Roscoe of Sprague, Basil and Carl, both of Prosperity, and William of Charleston; six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The body will arrive at the Calfee Funeral Home at 6:30 p.m. Sunday where friends may call after noon Monday. It will be taken to the church one hour before the services.

    West Virginia - Raliegh County - Beckley
    Register Herald Obituaries for June 4, 1999
    Howard L. Pyatt Howard L. Pyatt, 69, of Beckley, died Wednesday, June 2, 1999, in a Beckley hospital following a short illness. Born Jan. 29, 1930, at Jesse, in Wyoming County, he was the son of the late William Henry and Nora Jane McMillion Pyatt. Mr. Pyatt spent most of his childhood at Cove Creek, Raleigh County, and was a U.S. Army veteran serving in the occupation in Germany. He was a retired coal miner and was of the Christian faith. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Clarence and Shirley Pyatt, and four sisters, Cleo Waycaster, Velma Peters, Flora Densmore and Beulah Cook. Survivors incliude a brother, Silas Pyatt and his wife, Thelma of Beckley; and two sisters, Mary Cook and Dessie Mae Cook, both of Glen Daniel. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Melton Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. John Wesley Richmond officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, Beckley. Friends may call 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Friends of the family will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements by Melton Mortuary, Beckley.

    West Virginia - Wood County - Williamstown
    David B. Piatt, 59, of Williamstown passed away Sept. 17, 2006, at Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital. He was born in Parkersburg, Sept. 26, 1946, a son of the late Thomas H. and Betty June Porter Piatt. Music played a major role in Dave’s life. He graduated from Williamstown High School in 1965 where he played in the Marching Band. Dave went to All State in 1964 and to the New York Worlds Fair with the All State Marching Band. He played in the Marching Band and Percussion Ensemble while attending West Virginia University. Dave was the founder and leader of the local band Insured Sound which he started in 1975 and played at various local events. Dave’s faith also played a major role in his and his family’s lives. Dave was a member of the First Baptist Church of Williamstown where he was currently serving on the Deacon Board and with the Praise Band for the past 11 years. He was employed by Federal Express for the past 23 years and was known to many of his customers as “Whistling Dave.” Dave is survived by his wife, Linda Newbanks Piatt, whom he met in high school and married on June 4, 1970, and their two children, Matt Piatt and Amy Piatt, both of Williamstown. The funeral service will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church of Williamstown, with the Rev. Jim Mike Ward and the Rev. Jonathan Caldwell officiating. Burial will be at Riverview Cemetery. Visitation will be 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg, and from noon-1 p m. Prior to the service Wednesday at the church. Memorials may be made to the Deacons Fund at First Baptist Church of Williamstown, 431 Highland Ave., Williamstown, WV 26187. Please send condolences to the family by visiting the online guest register at LeavittFuneralHome.Com .

    Wyoming - Fremont County - Riverton
    Powell Tribune - February 2001 obit index
    Former Powell resident Scott Raymond Keller died Thursday, Feb. 8 at his Riverton home. He was 43. He was born Aug. 21, 1957, in Powell and attended Powell schools. He was the son of Bob and Jackie (Pyatt) Keller. He had lived in Riverton for over 20 years. He was the artist who made the logo for the Wyoming Centennial Wagon Train. He enjoyed fishing, camping and his art, but mostly spending time with his children. Survivors include his son, Dustin Keller of Riverton; daughters Holly Keller and Jackie Keller, both of Riverton; brothers Mark and Brian Keller, both of Evanston; sister Laurie Dykman of Pocatello, Idaho; and aunts Marge Wheeler and Janice Fritz of Powell and Pat McPherson of Casper. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother Randy.

    Vancouver - Cananda
    Vancouver Sun 1999 Dec 25 Obits, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Deaths (12/25/99) PYATT _ Frederick, passed away quickly and peacefully on December 22, 1999, at the age of 74 with his family at his side. He was predeceased by his wife Marjorie in March 1999, and 2 sons Garnet in October 1989 and Jamie in September 1999. He is survived by his proud and loving family, daughters Donna, Sally (Danny), and Maureen; sons Brian (Wanda), Jack (Linda), Doug (Leslie), David (Nellie) and Barry (Nicki); and the love of his life 8 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Fred spent many of his years in the beer distribution business where he had countless amount of friends. He will be sadly missed by all of us who's lives he touched. A memorial service is planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers to those who wish, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Always remembered and always loved. Vancouver Sun, Area Code 604.

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