The Hittson Project
Wyatt Hittson
              
     Coffee County, Tennessee

The Hittson Families of Arkansas USA
Wyatt Hittson
1808-1875

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m.
1836
Martha Stubblefield
1812-1874

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1808
Son of Richard Hitt(son) and Drucella Stubblefield; born in Grainger County,
Tennessee.  All four sons of Wyatt Hittson took the name "Hittson."
1836
At age 28, Wyatt married Martha Stubblefield in Coffee County, Tennessee.  Martha
is the daughter of William Stubblefield and Wilmuth Bond.  She could have been a
cousin to Wyatt's mother, Drucella Stubblefield, but Drucella's ancestry is unknown
at this time.
It is listed that Wyatt's occupation is farmer;  what he farmed is unknown.  He is
also the Father of three "Hittson" sons.
1862
1862 tax assessments show Wyatt owns two parcels in District 10, Coffee County,
Tennessee.  One parcel is 680 acres and the other is 124 acres.  The valuation on
680 acres is $2000 and the tax assessment is $7.00.  The valuation of the 124 acres
is $500 and the tax assessment is $1.75.
after 1862
Wyatt sold his farmland in Tennessee and moved to Carroll County, Arkansas during
the Civil War, a slave-free state with less conflict.  He purchased 900 acres for
farming and built the Osage Store building in Greenforest, Arkansas
1875
Wyatt Hittson died in 1875 at the age of 67 years.  He is interred in the Rule   
Cemetery with the Rule Baptist Church in Carroll County, Arkansas.  His wife,
Martha Stubblefield died in 1874.  The entire family survived the Civil War.

Thomas Jefferson "Jeff"
Hittson
1832-1920
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William Richard Hittson
1836-1892
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Robert Loch Carpenter Hittson
1845-1889
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m. 1 Feb 1872
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Nancy Morton
1837-1906
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Lucinda I Chaney
1852-1923
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Patience Jane Allred
1850-1924
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Children
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Wyatt Stubblefield Hittson
1858-1928
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George Thomas Hittson
1873-1964
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Mary Elizabeth Hittson
"Molly"
1877-1926
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Wingat Hittson
1859-
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Robert Coe Hittson
1874-1956
m. Ida Mae
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Otis J Hittson
1880-1950
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Cassandra Isabelle Hittson
1861-1900
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Mary Ann Dolly Hittson
1877-1942
M.  James Ross Blasingame
1878 - 1932
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Laban B Hittson
1883-1939
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Pissa B Hittson
1862
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John W Hittson
1879-1880
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Hattie May Hittson
1888-1938
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John T Hittson
1874
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Myrtle Jane Hittson
1881-1970
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Myrtle Lee Hittson
"Mirtie"
1888-1938
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Martha J "Bey" Hittson
1875
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Roy Oscar Hittson
1881-1942
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William Mason Hittson
1885-1911
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