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George Hiatt

Also Known As: "/heydt/hiatt/Hite/"
Birthdate: (95)
Birthplace: Doylestown, Bucks County, Province of Pennsylvania
Death: October 28, 1793 (95)
Guilford County, North Carolina, United States
Place of Burial: Guilford County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Hiett, I and Mary Lois Hiatt
Husband of Martha Hiatt
Father of Mary F Price; John M Hiatt; Esther Wright (Hiatt); Ann F Hiatt; Ruth F. Dicks and 8 others
Brother of Mary Hiatt; John Hiatt, II; William M. Hiett, Sr.; Elisha Hiatt; Joseph Hiett and 8 others

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About George Hiatt

George Hiatt came to America with his parents when quite small; was in Richmond Twp., Buck s Co., Pa., 1734; from 1746 until 1754 he was under the jurisdiction of Fairfax Mo. Mtg in Vi rginia, which was near the present town of Waterford in Loudon Co., Va., about thirty miles e ast of Hopewell Mo. Mtg., near Winchester, Frederick Co., Va.; he removed in 1754 from Fairfa x Mo. Mtg., Va., to New Garden Mo. Mtg., in Rowan (later Guilford) Co., North Carolina; by oc cupation, George Hiatt was a farmer. George and Martha were members of New Gardens Mtg. for o ver 40 years. (Hiatt-Hiett Genealogy and Family History, by William Perry Johnson.) He was ma rried to Martha WAKEFIELD about 1724 in Bucks, PA

New Garden (Quaker) Monthly Meeting, JAT 4/5/2011

George Hiatt, born 1698 in England. He married 39. Martha


39. Martha Wakefield, born February 12, 1699/00 in Belfast, Ireland.

Child of George Hiatt and Martha Wakefield is:

19 i. Ruth Hiatt, born April 01, 1735 in Loudon Co. Virginia; died in

Orange Co. NC; married Zacharias Dicks December 08, 1756 in York Co.


From The Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy, North Carolina, Vol. 2 - Cane Creek Meeting was located on the Tiger River, in Union County, in the west-central part of South Carolina. A meeting for worship was authorized by Quarterly Meeting held at Cane Creek, North Carolina, in 11th month 1775. A meeting had been established at Padgets Creek, in the same county in 1774. These two meetings were attached to Bush River Monthly Meeting until 1789, when Cane Creek Monthly Meeting was established by action of New Garden Quarterly Meeting, with preparative meetings at Cane Creek and Padgets Creek. The first sitting of the Cane Monthly Meeting was held the 21st of 11 month, 1789. The committee appointed by the Quarterly Meeting to attend the opening, included John Sanders, William Stanley, Joseph Hiatt, Tristram Barnard, Barnabas Coffin and James Thornburgh. Beginning in 1803, the migration to the northwest began. When the people of Cane Creek Monthly Meeting removed to Ohio they took the records with them. The book of records of births and deaths was continued in use by Caesars Creek Monthly Meeting, Ohio, and remains in the possession of that meeting to this day. Caesar Creek MM was largely made up of former members of Cane Creek MM, SC. The books containing the marriage records and the minutes of the women's meeting were returned to North Carolina Yearly Meeting after more than 100 years. The book of minutes of the men's meeting has not been found.

While no Hiatts were found in the limited Cane Creek MM records in this periodical, Joseph Hiatt attended the opening meeting and a Lydia Hiatt is recorded as attending the first women's meeting. The grandchildren of George and Martha Hiatt are known to have immigrated to Clinton County, Ohio.

The New Garden MM gives a date of death for George Hiatt as 10-28-1793. The children of George and Martha Wakefield Hiatt are listed as: Mary b. 4-28-1726 O.S. John b. 12-19-1729 Esther b. 2-1-1731 Ann b. 12-2-1733 Ruth b. 4-1-1735 Christopher b. 10-22-1737 Ursula b. 12-22-1740 William b. 7-1-1742 Elizabeth b. 11-22-1745 Lydia b. 3-22-1747 Joseph b. 4-3-1753 Perhaps this is the Joseph Hiatt and Lydia Hiatt mentioned in the Cane Creek MM original meeting.

George Hiatt served in the American Revolution. From the library of the DAR. Service: NORTH CAROLINA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: CIRCA 1698 Death: 10-28-1793 GUILFORD CO NORTH CAROLINA Service Source: NC LAND GRANTS #1324, BOOK 65, P 98, IN DOCUMENTATION WITH DAR #809289 ADD 927; PRUITT, ABSTRACTS OF LAND ENTRIES GUILFORD CO, INTRO Service Description: 1) TOOK OATH OF ALLEGIANCE TO MAKE LAND ENTRY, GUILFORD CO, 25 MAR 1779 Spouse: MARTHA WAKEFIELD

Family links:

 John Hiett (1674 - 1726)
 Mary Smith Hiett (1677 - 1745)

 Martha Wakefield Hiatt (1710 - 1794)

 Esther Hiatt Haines (1731 - 1778)*
 Ruth Hiatt Dicks (1735 - 1813)*
 Christopher Hiatt (1737 - 1792)*
 William Hiatt (1742 - 1814)*
 Lydia Hiatt Hoggatt (1747 - 1790)*
 Joseph Hiatt (1753 - ____)*
 Elizabeth Turley (1763 - 1837)*
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Burial: New Garden Friends Cemetery Greensboro Guilford County North Carolina, USA

Created by: familyfinder Record added: Jan 02, 2016 Find A Grave Memorial# 156644722



George Hiatt first appears in Bucks Co PA in 1734 when he signs a petitions for the formation of Richland Twp. "George his X mark Hyat

(Early Friends Families of "Upper Bucks" PA by Clarence V. Roberts, 1925, p8) He came to America with his parents when he was quite small. By 1746 he was a member of Fairfax MM in VA From 1746 until 1754 he was under the jurisdiction of Fairfax MM in VA, which is near the present town of Waterford in London County VA about thirty miles east of Hopewell MM near Winchester, Frederick Co. VA and he is known to have resided at Pipe Creek in Maryland and also at Hopewell in VA before removing to New Garden Meeting in North Carolina in 1754. George owned at least 700 acres in Rowan (later Guilford County N. C. but sold most during his lifetime. Martha whom descendants say was a Wakefield from Belfast, Ireland of Scots-Irish ancestry and was a Quaker minister from 1761 until her death in 1794. George and Martha were member of New Garden Monthly Meeting for over 40 years. When George Hiatt wrote his will on the 2nd of Jan 1793 at the approximate age of 95, at least 4 of his 11 children were dead. Of three of his daughters not the slightest mention is made in his will. His daughters Ruth and Ursula are named in the will, and his son William is named as an executor. Of his son Joseph, who is known to have been living, there is no mention. Since his wife received the property to dispose of as she wishes at her decease her will may have contained the sons names and the property they received.


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George Hiatt's Timeline

Doylestown, Bucks County, Province of Pennsylvania
April 28, 1726
Age 28
New Garden Monthly Meeting p17
December 19, 1729
Age 31
Buck Co, PA
April 1, 1731
Age 33
Loudon County, Province of Virginia, (Present USA)
December 2, 1733
Age 35
New Garden Monthly Meeting p17
April 1, 1735
Age 37
Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina
October 22, 1737
Age 39
Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States
December 22, 1740
Age 42
New Garden Monthly Meeting p17