Obit: Pyatt, Charles S. (1880 - 1951)


Transcriber: Stan

Surnames: Pyatt, Stowe, Thorne, Dempsey, Forsen

----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 07/05/1951

Pyatt, Charles S. (20 MAY 1880 - 1 JUL 1951)

Charles S. Pyatt, 70, succumbed to a heart attack which he suffered at his home Saturday night and then passed away a few hours later Sunday morning. He apparently was in good health and had just returned home from a vacation trip with his family previous to the attack.

Funeral services were conducted at two o’clock Tuesday afternoon from Griebenow’s Funeral Parlors with Dr. K. O. Crosby of St. Katherine’s Episcopal Church officiating. Burial was made at Riverside Cemetery.

Acting as pallbearers were his grandsons, Floyd, Donald and Wilbur Thorne, and Lee Reinke, Elmer Baum and a nephew, Glen Stowe.

Acting as the pallbearers were his grandsons, Floyd, Donald and Wilbur Thorne and Lee Reinke, Elmer Baum and a nephew, Glen Stowe.

In charge of flowers were Donna Reinke, Joyce, Harriet, Margery, Jeanette Thorne, Beverly Baum and Darlene and Kaye Pyatt. Those driving the flower cars were Mesdames Norbert Bruchert, R. W. Weaver and Thorvald Rasmussen.

The deceased was born on May 20, 1880 at Maxon, Ill., on a farm. He absorbed this occupation until 1900 when he moved with his family to Wisconsin where they settled on a farm in the Town of Beaver (Clark Co., Wis.). Two years later he was united in marriage to Eltha R. Stowe, on Oct. 8, 1902, in a ceremony performed in the Town of Beaver.

For 19 years he and his family continued farming, until 1922, at which time they moved to Owen where he obtained employment with the John S. Owen Lumber Co., working in the mill til 1930. He then became affiliated with the Master Package Corp., being an employee of that firm for 20 years until one year ago when he retired.

Chas. S. Pyatt wasn’t a man to be too active in civic circles but her had direct contact with everything that was going on and supported every worthwhile project. He was a strong believer of the building a firm home and lived in the best domestic surroundings.

Surviving him are his wife, one son, Clarence, and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Thorne and Mrs. Harry Dempsey, Owen, one brother, George, of Belmont, calif., and a sister, Mrs. Nellie Foresen, Powell, Wyo.



Bio: Pyatt, Sinah Wood Misener (1823-1918)


Transcriber: Stan


Surnames: Pyatt


----Source: Federal Census Record, Black River Falls, Jackson County Journal (30 Nov 1904)




1900 Federal Census, Beaver & Unit towns, Clark, Wisconsin, United States

Essential Information

The 21st of June, 1900, Sinah "Sina" Wood Pyatt was living with her son, Charles and his wife Flora and their children: Samuel C Pyatt; Kate B Pyatt; Ruth M Pyatt; Fern L Pyatt.  They had made their home in the Beaver, Clark Co., Wisconsin. She was a native Hoosier, having been born Shelby County, Indiana, 13 Jul 1823.  Two months after she turned nineteen she married twenty-two year old Samuel Pyatt in the spring of 1842, on the 12th of May.  Their marriage lasted twenty-eight years and in that time, they became the parents of seven children: Mark S. Pialt 1845; William E. Pyatt ; 1851–1914; Rebecca Arabella "Belle" Pyatt 1855–1936; Lewis George Pyatt 1856–1939; Charles Sumner Pyatt 1860–1947.  At the time of his father's death, Charles was just ten years old. The family was living in Kansas when he passed away, 16 Feb 1870.


Samuel Piatte
Alias Samuel Piatt
Military Beginning Rank Private
Military Final Rank Private
Military Side Union
Military Unit 151st Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Military Company A
Event Type Military Service
Event Date from 1861 to 1865
Event Place Indiana, United States



Obit: Pyatt, Sinah Wood Misener (1823-1918)


Transcriber: Stan


Surnames: Misene, Pyatt, Piatt, Wood


She died, 2 Dec 1918 in Plains, Sanders, Montana at the age of 95.  At the time of her death, she was residing with her son, Charles Summer Pyatt and she died in his home.  Her daughter presided at White Pine.



Obit: Taylor, Lademia T. (24 Apr 1842)


Transcriber: Stan


Surnames: Misener, Pyatt / Piatt, Taylor


----Source: Family Search


Death of Lademia T Taylor, Brother of Charles Summer Pyatt


Lademia T Taylor
Sex Female
Age 88y 8m 24d
Occupation At home
Race W
Ethnicity American
Father's Name Samuel Pyatt
Mother's Name Sina Misener
Event Type Death
Event Date 19 Jan 1931
Event Place Mazon, Grundy, Illinois
Age 88 years 8 months 24 days
Age 88y 8m 24d
Race White
Race White
Birth Date 24 Apr 1842
Birth Year (Estimated) 1843
Birthplace Kendall Co, Ill
Burial Date 21 Jan 1931
Burial Place Mazon, Grundy, Ill
Cemetery Wheeler
Father's Birthplace Unknown
Mother's Birthplace Indiana
Residence Place Mazon, Grundy, Illinois
Spouse's Name D P Taylor




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