INFANT WYATT (Stillborn)


Mr A.J. Wyatt, formerly a resident of this county, after a short illness, died in Henando Florida, April 22, 1886.
Mr Wyatt was born in Fayette county, Ky., in 1824. He graduated from Franklin College, near Nashville Tenn., and located in this city about 1886, and met with marked success as a teacher.
While here he was married to Sarah, eldest daughter of Dr. P.W. Drysden, dec'd. After his marriage he conducted a select boarding school for young men near Newstead, in this county. In 1867, he moved to Union City, Tenn., where his home has been since that time. Those who knew Mr Wyatt intimately will remember him as a quiet, dignified Christian gentleman.
His relatives and friends will be pleased to know, that although he died far away from those who knew him best, that there he found kind hands to minister lovingly to his wants, and that as the shadows of death gathered about him, sustained by the Christian's hope, he looked forward to a blissful immortality beyond the grave. Ned Campbell
Hopkinsville New Era May 1886

Dalcie WYATT

KY Death Record # 19910 1911  (DELAY)

Born: 1896 in Trigg County, KY
Died: July 29th 1911 in Trigg County, KY
Aged: 15 years
Buried: Burke Burial Grounds
Father: Sanders WYATT b. Trigg County, KY
Mother's Maiden Name: Sarah DYER b. Trigg County, KY

KY Death Record #27700 1927

Married to Rol WYATT
Born Sept 16, 1867 in McCracken County, KY
Died Dec. 23, 1927 in Nichols Precinct, Route 8 Mayfield, Graves County, KY
Aged 60y 3m 7days
Cause: Apoplexy-instantly
Contributor: Cardio-Renal for 4 years
Buried Dec 27, 1927 Oak Grove Cem, Graves County, KY
Informant: R.H. BECK of Paducah, KY


MRS. EMMA ISEMAN WYATT, 41, of Paducah Route 6, died at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at her residence.
She was a member of the Unity Evangelical church and the Ingleside Rebekah Lodge.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Roth funeral chapel with the Revs. A.H. Behle and E.E. Thurman officiating.
Survivors include the husband, TERREL WYATT; a daughter, GLORIA ANN WYATT, and her mother, MRS. CORA ISEMAN.
Pallbearers will be James Lawson, Hugh McIntosh, W.J. Reidorf, Roy Garrison, Herman Kortz and James Randle.
Friends may call at Roth's.Paducah - 1946

Mr. Gus Flavis WYATT
KY Death Record 1936 #9264

Sex: Male    Race: White
Wife: Mrs. Ellin WYATT
Born: Jan 8, 1855 in Trigg County, KY
Died: March 8, 1936 in East Long Holler Precinct of Trigg County, KY
Aged: 81y 2m 0d
Cause of Death: Mitral Regurgitation
Buried: Shady Grove Cem March 9, 1936
Undertaker: H.C. HANCOCK of Weaver's Store, TN
Attending Physician: H.C. MARTIN, MD of Lafayette, KY
Occupation: Farmer
Last Day of Work: Jan. 1, 1930
Father: Pait WYATT b. Trigg Co KY
Mother's Maiden: CLARK b. Trigg Co KY
Informant: Verna CAMPBELL of Lafayette, KY


KY Death Certificate 1911  #3503
Graves County
Mayfield, KY
Henry Edward WYATT
Born August 11, 1874 in Graves County, KY
Father: Joe F. WYATT b. Clay County, KY
Mother's Maiden: Mary CARTER b. KY
Informant: Mrs. H.E. WYATT of Mayfield, KY
Died February 8, 1911 in Mayfield, Graves County, KY
Aged 36 yrs, 5mos, 27ds.
Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Graves County, KY

KY Death Record 1940 #15807 (OBIT BELOW)

Sex:  Male
Race: White
Single,Married,Widow/er:  Widower
Wife: Minty BROWN
Born:  Trigg County, KY
Died:  June 5, 1940 of Prostate Cancer
Age: 82 years, 6 months, 0 days
Occupation: Farmer
Last Worked:  Jan. 1, 1936
Father: Pate WYATT b. Trigg Co KY
Mother's Maiden: CLARK b. Trigg Co KY
Informant: I.E. WYATT of Lafayette, KY
Burial:  Shady Grove Cem. June 6, 1940
Undertaker:  H.C. HANCOCK of Weaver's Store, TENN
Attending Physician:  H.E. MARTIN of Lafayette, KY
Ike W. WYATT Dies Wednesday

Prominent Resident of Southern Trigg, Dies at Age of 82

Mr. Ike W. WYATT passed away at his home in the southern part of Trigg county on Wednesday morning June 5th 1940. He was 82 years and six months old. He was born in Trigg county, near his home and had lived in the same community all his life. He was married to Miss Armenty BROWN and their children are: Mrs. Gradie CAMPBELL, Mrs. Dillis MCCAIN, Mr. Elmo WYATT and Mr. Euel WYATT and Miss Monico WYATT of the Southern part of the county; Mrs. S.M. STAGNER, of Cadiz; and Tandy WYATT of Granite City, Ill. There are also 22 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. It can be truthfully said of Mr. WYATT that he was one of the most widely known men of the country, not only in Trigg county, but surrounding counties. There was scarely a man of mature years of the county that did not know and like Mr. WYATT. He was just about as much at home in Hopkinsville, Clarksville, Murray or Mayfield as in Cadiz as he visited these places often and made it a point to meet and get acquainted with most everyone. His quick wit and sunny disposition attracted attention anywhere he chanced to be. If he stopped on the street anywhere he was sure to engage the first man he saw, in conversation and soon had a crowd around him listening to some funny joke he was sure to tell, or play some prank on something or somebody that attracted attention.

He was a good husband and father, was a good neighbor and all his neighbors were his warmest friends as attested by the exceedingly large gathering at his funeral which was held at Shady Grove Church, near his home on Thursday afternoon, June 6th. Services were conducted by Rev. J.N. DARNALL at his request. Interment was at Shady Grove Cemetery.

Mr. WYATT joined the Delmont Baptist Church many years ago and was a firm believer in the faith.

He was a farmer all his life, dealing extensively in livestock. He owned a good farm and a nice home and enjoyed the society of his friends and family and was never happier than when his children and grandchildren visited him.

A good man and a fine citizen has gone, and will be sincerely missed as much as any man in the county.

He had been in failing health several years but not until lately had his condition grown serious and the end was not unexpected by his family. His wife passed away several years ago and his daughter, Monico, had been his homemaker and watched over him in his later years both in health and in sickness---being his constant companion at all times.


KY Death Certificate 1929  # 11417
Christian County, KY
Stillborn WYATT
Born: April 26, 1929 (about the 5th month of pregnancy)
Died: April 26, 1929
Buried: Chapel Hill
Father: Henry WYATT b. KY
Mother's Maiden: Lizzie MINTON b. KY
Informant: Lizzie MINTON of Pembroke, KY

John Wyatt
KY Death Record 1924  #4958

Name: John WYATT
Born:  in Trigg County, KY
Sex: Male
Race: White
Single, Married, Widow/er:  Married
Occupation: Farmer
Last day of work:
Father: Pate WYATT b. unknown
Mother's Maiden:  CLARK b. Trigg Co KY
Died:  Feb. 7, 1923
Aged:   69 years
Informant: Bettie WYATT of Lafayette, KY
Cause of Death: Bronchial Pseumonia
Contributory:  Influenza
Attending Physician: J.J. EZELL, MD of Lafayette, KY
Burial: Shady Grove Cemetery
Undertaker:  H.C. HANCOCK of Lafayette, KY

John Andrew WYATT

KY Death Record # 30400 1912

Born Feb. 17, 1851 in Trigg County, KY
Died: Dec. 19, 1912 in Graves County, KY
Aged: 61 years, 10 months, 2 days
Cause of Death: Cancer of Stomach
Buried: Oak Grove Cemetery in Graves County, KY
Informant: Joe WYATT of Mayfield, Graves County, KY
Occupation: Farmer
Father: Samuel WYATT
Mother's Maiden Name: Susan CLARK

Lara Arminty WYATT
KY Death Record 1923 #4951

Sex: Female
Race:  White
Born: (no date) Trigg County, KY
Occupation: Housewife
Father: Allin BROWN born in Trigg County, KY
Mother's Maiden: CARR born in Trigg County, KY
Informant: Ike WYATT of Lafayette, KY
Died: July 14, 1923 in Trigg County, KY Aged 53yrs, 3mos, 17days
Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Attending Physician: Dr. R.N. BRANDON of Lafayette, KY
Burial: Shady Grove
Undertaker: H.C. HANCOCK of Lafayette, KY
In Memory (Lara Arminty Wyatt)

On July 15, 1923, after so many days of weary suffering, the death angel visited the home of Mr. Ike WYATT and took from him his darling wife.  Her sweet spirit was summoned to the endless summer land.  She was kind and affectionate; was a friend to all, and to know her was to love her.  She professed a hope in Christ many years ago and united with the Shady Grove Baptist Church and lived a pure unspotted life to show others there was a living reality in the religion she professed.

She was the idol of the home, being a loving wife and a dear loving mother.  She was fifty-three years, three months and fifteen days old.  No one only those who have passed through such dark deep water can ever know how lonely and heart broken we feel.  We do not mourn as they who have no hope but as those who one day expect to meet their loved ones around the great throne and spend eternity in praising Him who has washed our robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb, but so hard to see the tender form of my darling mother encircled in the cold arms of death.  We feel that Mama is not dead, but transplanted to a more congenial clime where she may bask forever in the glorious rays of the Son of Righteousness.

She leaves six children; three sons, and three daughters, and a loving husband, besides her many friends and loved ones to mourn her death, but there is only one thing we can do that is to trust in our Saviour, who suffered and died for us, and prepare to meet dear Mother in that great beyond where there will be no more partings, no more sad good-byes and while she sleeps the long sleep of death her pure spirit has been gently wafted to the far away home of the soul.

By her loving daughter,
Mrs. D.G. McCAIN

PRINCETON, Ky. ó Myrtle Wyatt, 92, died Monday, May 31, 1999, at Magnolia
Manor in Metropolis, Ill.
She was a member of Highland Baptist Church.
Surviving are a daughter, Lexie Ladd of Princeton; a son, Howard of
Olmstead, Ill.; four sisters, Mable Burns and Mary Lois Kim, both of
Caldwell County, and Eula Carr and Sudie Thomas, both of Trigg County; six
grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.
Her husband, T.H., died in 1985.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Morganís Funeral Home, with burial
in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from noon to service time at the
funeral home.
source Evansville Courier 6-1-1999

KY Death Record #14073 1938

Married to Hattie QUARLES
Born March 30, 1857 in KY
Died June 4, 1938 in Nichols Precinct, Mayfield, Graves Co KY
Aged 81y 2mo 4days
Cause: Cardio-vascular -renal degeneration accompanied with prostatic hypertrophy...many years duration.  Demise by sudden circulatory collapse.
Burial: June 5, 1938 in Oak Grove Cem, Graves Co KY
Occupation: Farmer
Informant: Mrs. Russell BECK, Paducah, KY
Father: Sam WYATT b. KY
Mother: unknown

Mrs. Sallie WYATT

KY Death Record # 14437 1927

Born: March 10, 1867 in Trigg County, KY
Died: June 11, 1927 in Trigg County, KY
Aged: 59y 3m 1d
Cause of Death: Chronic Rhumatism
Informant: Ampher WYATT of Cadiz, KY
Buried: (?)amble Graveyard
Father: George DYER of Trigg County, KY
Mother: Susan B____ of Trigg County, KY

Sandrus Wyatt
KY Death Record 1924  #4948

Name: Sandrus WYATT
Born:  April 6 in Trigg County, KY
Sex: Male
Race: White
Single, Married, Widow/er: Married
Occupation: Farmer
Last day of work:
Father: Saur WYATT b. unknown
Mother: Susan CLARK b. Trigg Co KY
Died: April 6, 1923
Age:  71 years
Informant: Aurrlis WYATTE of Lafayette, KY
Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Attending Physician: Dr. R.M. BROWN, (Jr.?) of Lafayette, KY
Burial: Burke Cemetery
Undertaker: H.C. HANCOCK of Lafayette, KY

Thomas H. WYATT

KY Death Record #32199 1930

Born: May 6, 1864 in Trigg County, KY
Died: May 25, 1930 in Trigg County, KY
Aged: 66 years, 0 months, 19 days
Cause of Death: Cardiac Dropsy
Buried: Union Hill Cemetery, Trigg County, KY
Informant: Mrs. Lillie WYATT of Lafayette, KY
Occupation: Farming
Father: Payton WYATT b. Trigg County, KY
Mother's Maiden Name: Lizzbreath CLARK b. Trigg County, KY

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