born 1st day of 7th mo., 1742
research of Jerry F. Richmond, Downers Grove, IL.
Ref. WFT 14-570
WILLIAM HIATT, who remained in North Carolina, had 9 children who reached mature age, all of whom, except one, came to this county: 1. Prudence, wife of James Stanley, who settled in Ohio, both still living, aged about 92. 2. Joel, who settled at Milton, about 1827. His son, Allen, camein 1824 or 1825; was first a potter, afterward a merchant at Knightstown and at Anderson a few years, and for many years at Milton, of the firms of Moore & Hiatt, and Hopkins and Hiatt. Isom, another of his sons, removed west. 3. Benajah, subject of the foregoing sketch. 4. Rachel, wife of Wm. Kersey, who settled south of Dublin, now in Washington township. A son, Vierling Kersey, is a physician in Richmond. Another son, also a physician, resides 3 miles east of Richmond, and is also a farmer. 5. Silas, who married Anna Clary, and settled one mile southwest of Milton, and died at Milton. 6. Isom, married, and lives in Ohio. 7. Esther, wife of Jesse Evans, both living 2 miles west of Richmond. 8. Amor, who married Achsah Willis and lives in Hamilton county. 9. Rebecca, wifeof Wm. Unthank, Spiceland.
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