Hezekiah Hyatt

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Hezekiah Hyatt

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland, USA
Death: Died in Burke, North Carolina, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Seth Hyatt and Priscilla Hyatt
Husband of Mary Hyatt
Ex-husband of Esther Hyatt
Father of Rachel Willison; Esther Willison; Seth Hyatt; Shadrack Elisha Hyatt; Meshack Hyatt and 4 others
Brother of Naomi Young

Managed by: Cecilie Nygård
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About Hezekiah Hyatt

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mdallegh/towns/murley.htm

Hezakiah Hyatt purchased 75 acres, part of "Two Springs," one of the Perrin properties on Murley’s Branch [in Allegany County, Maryland] and with his wife Esther came West as the appointed Constable of Oldtown Hundred in 1769. At this time, Old Town Hundred, an area designated to support 100 families, extended from Old Town on the Potomac River, North to the Pennsylvania line. As the area became more populated this was divided in two, the southern portion being renamed Skipton Hundred and the northern portion, Murley’s Branch Hundred....It should be mentioned here that "Two Springs", a Perrin property, was a tract of nearly 300 acres and lay along the West side of Murley’s Branch from "Three Springs Head" of John Twigg, to Rush, MD. Among the shares of "Two Springs" from 1783 tax records are Hezakiah Hyatt 75 acres, Cornelius Willison 50 acres, his son Edward Willison 50 acres, and Joseph Lazear (Leasure) 50 acres. By this time two additions had been made, likely from a survey of one of the parts. These were in the names of Moses Robinette 50 acres, George Robinette Sr. and John Willison (the elder), son of Cornelius, 96½ acres.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~toeriverfamilies/page1.html

Seth Hyatt moved from Maryland to North Carolina, and was named as a Tory in the court-martial of Col. McDowell. Seth Hyatt, Hezekiah Hyatt, and Edward Hyatt are listed among the Loyalists in Burke County indicted by the state (see above). Hezekiah Hyatt (born about 1740) was the son of Seth Hyatt.

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Hezekiah Hyatt's Timeline

1745
1745
Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland, USA
1765
1765
Age 20
MD, USA
1769
1769
Age 24
Cumberland, Allegany County, Province of Maryland
1770
1770
Age 25
Burke, North Carolina, USA
1773
1773
Age 28
Rowan County, Province of North Carolina
1776
1776
Age 31
21, Gross, Allegany, MD, USA
1779
1779
Age 34
Rowan, North Carolina
1786
1786
Age 41
Burke, North Carolina
1790
1790
Age 45
Burke, North Carolina, USA