Descendants of Thomas Hiatt

 

First Generation

 

1.     Thomas Hiatt1 was born (date unknown).

Elizabeth1 was born (date unknown).

 

Thomas Hiatt and Elizabeth had the following child:

 

2          i. Richard T. Hiatt.

 

 

Second Generation

 

2.     Richard T. Hiatt2 (Thomas-1) was baptized on 10 Jun 1808 in Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwick, England.1

Caroline Simmonds2, daughter of Richard Simmonds and Catherine , was born on 4 Dec 1802 in Saint Giles, Camberwell London, England.3 She was baptized on 26 Dec 1802 in Saint Giles, Camberwell London, England.3 She died.

 

Richard T. Hiatt and Caroline Simmonds had the following children:

 

3                               i. Richard Thomas Hiatt, born 1827; married Elizabeth Mitchell, 10 Mar 1853, Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London, England; died 21 Nov 1862.

4                            ii. William J. Hiatt, born 24 Dec 1834, London, England; married Margaret Ann Taylor, 6 Feb 1862, Boston, MA; died 18 Mar 1920, Boston, Mass..

 

 

Third Generation

 

3.     Richard Thomas Hiatt (Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born in 1827.4 He died on 21 Nov 1862 at the age of 35.4

Richard Thomas Hiatt and Elizabeth Mitchell were married on 10 Mar 1853 in Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London, England.5 name on marriage is Eliza Mitchells Elizabeth Mitchell67 was born in 1835 in England.8 She was born in Feb 1843 in England.9 came to US in 1859 according to 1900 census

 

 

 

4.      William J. Hiatt (Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born on 24 Dec 1834 in London, England.10 He was born in 1839 in England.1112 According to 1900 census born 1938, according to 1910 census born in 1840. He died Prob. Chro. Cardio Renal Disease, Uremic Poisoning on 18 Mar 1920 at the age of 85 in Boston, Mass..13 Massachusetts Death Record Transcription

 

 

Name: William J. Hiatt Sex: Male

Race: White

Date of Death: March 18, 1920

Time: 9 PM

Place of Death: 17 Batavia, Boston Usual Residence: 17 Batavia, Boston Length of time in community: NA

Length of time in United States: NA

 

Age: 85-2-24; Date of Birth: NR Birthplace: England

Father: CNBL; Birthplace: England Mother: CNBL; Birthplace: England Marital Status: Married [to] NR

 

Occupation: Retired Social Security #: NA Military Service: NA Education: NA

 

Primary Cause of Death: Prob. Chro. Cardio Renal Disease Length of Illness: NR

Secondary Cause of Death: Uremic Poisoning Length of Illness: NR

Doctor: CR Morgan, M. D.

 

Place of Burial: Mt. Hope, Boston Date of Burial: March 21, 1920 Undertaker: WH Graham, Boston

 

Death Record Informant: FW Hiatt Address: Malden

Relationship to Decedent: NR Date of Recording: NR

 

Source: [Death Certificate] 1920: Vol. 12; Pg. 244 Location: Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston

Transcription: Mass-Doc Retrieval @ http://www.mass-doc.com

 

 

LEGEND: NA: Not Asked or Not Applicable; NR: Not Reported; CNBL: "Cannot Be Learned"; ** Hand Written: Hard to Read.

AGE: "Years, i.e. 79" or in "Years-Months-Days, i.e., 79-5-21" William was buried on 21 Mar 1920 in Mt. Hope Boston.13

William J. Hiatt and Margaret Ann Taylor were married on 6 Feb 1862 in Boston, MA.2 Margaret Ann Taylor, daughter of Morris Leonard Taylor and Mary Alice Lee, was born on 4 Apr 1833 in Weymouth, Nova Scotia.11,14 She died Exhaustion following injury to are - fall to floor on 28 Feb 1924 at the age of 90 in Newton Hospital, Mass.15 Massachusetts Death Record Transcription

 

 

Name: Margaret A. Hiatt (Taylor) Sex: Female

Race: White

Date of Death: February 28, 1924 Time: NR

Place of Death: Newton Hospital, Newton Usual Residence: 241 Walnut, Newton Length of time in community: 3 months Length of time in United States: 62 years


 

Age: 90-10-13; Date of Birth: NR Birthplace: Weymouth, Nova Scotia

Father: Maurice L. Taylor; Birthplace: (?) England Mother: Mary A. Lee; Birthplace: (?) England Marital Status: Widowed [from] William F. Hiatt

 

Occupation: At Home Social Security #: NA Military Service: NA Education: NA

 

Primary Cause of Death: Exhaustion following injury to arm - fall to floor. Length of Illness: NR

Secondary Cause of Death: NR Length of Illness: NR

Doctor: George L. West, M. D.

 

Place of Burial: Mt. Hope, Boston Date of Burial: March 2, 1924 Undertaker: WH Graham, Boston

 

Death Record Informant: Frederick W. Hiatt Address: 29 High St., Malden

Relationship to Decedent: NR Date of Recording: March 4, 1924

 

Source: [Death Certificate] 1924: Vol. 57; Pg. 351 Location: Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston

Transcription: Mass-Doc Retrieval @ http://www.mass-doc.com

 

 

LEGEND: NA: Not Asked or Not Applicable; NR: Not Reported; CNBL: "Cannot Be Learned"; ** Hand Written: Hard to Read.

AGE: "Years, i.e. 79" or in "Years-Months-Days, i.e., 79-5-21" She was buried on 2 Mar 1924 in Mt. Hope Boston.15 She was called Annie.

 

William J. Hiatt and Margaret Ann Taylor had the following children:

 

5                  i. Frederick William Hiatt, born Oct 1863, Somerville, Mass.; married Elizabeth V. Harper, 4 Nov 1893, Boston, MA; died 7 Jul 1941, Malden, MA.

ii.       Winfield W. Hiatt was born on 25 Aug 1874 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.11,1618 He died in 1932 at the age of 58 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.19

iii.       Lullie Brooks Hiatt was born in 1855.20 She died on 20 Jul 1864 at the age of 9 in Massachusetts.20

 

 

Fourth Generation

 

5.      Frederick William Hiatt (William J.-3, Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born in Oct 1863 in Somerville, Mass..21 He died on 7 Jul 1941 at the age of 77 in Malden, MA.21 The Boston Daily Globe

Wednesday July 9, 1941

Vol. CXL No. 9 page 26

 

Death Notices

 

Hiatt - In Malden, July 7, Frederick Wm. Hiatt of 29 High st. Services from the funeral home of A. N. Ward & Son 37 Maple st. on Thurs. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. He was buried on 10 Jul 1941 in Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose, Mass..21 His grandchildren called him Grandpops.

 

According to 1900 census he and his family lived at Nahaut, house no.NR

 

According to 1920 census he and his family lived at 29 High Street, Malden, Mass. in Middlesex county.

Frederick William Hiatt and Elizabeth V. Harper were married on 4 Nov 1893 in Boston, MA.22 Elizabeth V. Harper, daughter of Henry Harper and Sarah Timmons, was born on 14 Aug 1872 in Wakefield, Massachusetts.23 She died Heart Chronic, probably coronary occlusion (sudden death) on 17 Feb 1947 at the age of 74 in Malden, Massachusetts.24 She was buried on 20 Feb 1947 in Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose, Mass..24 Elizabeth came to the United States from England when she was 15.

 

She was called Lizzie.

 

Frederick William Hiatt and Elizabeth V. Harper had the following children:

 

6                               i. Edith Kingdon Hiatt, born 24 Sep 1895, Wakefield, Mass.; married Philip Duncan Stevens, 3 Nov 1923, Malden, Massachusetts, United States; died 16 Jan 1990, Warwick, RI.

7                            ii. Albert Ernest Hiatt, born 28 Jun 1897, Wakefield, Mass.; married Marquerite W. Small, 27 Jul 1929, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States; died 30 Jun 1978.

8                         iii. Frank Cyril Hiatt, born 1 Nov 1901, Medford, Mass.; died Oct 1985, Dumont, Bergen, New Jersey.

9                          iv. Ruth Frances Hiatt, born 15 Aug 1894, Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States; died Dec 1973.

 

 

Fifth Generation

 

6.      Edith Kingdon Hiatt (Frederick William-4, William J.-3, Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born on 24 Sep 1895 in Wakefield, Mass..25 She died on 16 Jan 1990 at the age of 94 in Warwick, RI.26

Edith Kingdon Hiatt and Philip Duncan Stevens were married on 3 Nov 1923 in Malden, Massachusetts, United States.27 Philip Duncan Stevens, son of Milan Filmore Stevens and Minerva Farnsworth Bennett, was born on 1 Mar 1894 in Malden, Mass..28 He died arteriosclerotic heart disease on 21 Jun 1976 at the age of 82 in Veteran's Hospital Brockton, Mass..29

 

 

 

7.      Albert Ernest Hiatt (Frederick William-4, William J.-3, Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born on 28 Jun 1897 in Wakefield, Mass..30 He died on 30 Jun 1978 at the age of 81.31

Albert Ernest Hiatt and Marquerite W. Small were married on 27 Jul 1929 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States.32 Marquerite W. Small was born on 21 Jan 1901 in Newfoundland. She died on 28 Oct 1986 at the age of 85.

 

 

 

8.      Frank Cyril Hiatt (Frederick William-4, William J.-3, Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born on 1 Nov 1901 in Medford, Mass..33 He died in Oct 1985 at the age of 83 in Dumont, Bergen, New Jersey.34

Mildred was born on 19 Jan 1910 in New York.3536 She died in Jul 1978 at the age of 68 in Dumont, Bergen, New Jersey.35

 

 

 

9.      Ruth Frances Hiatt (Frederick William-4, William J.-3, Richard T.-2, Thomas-1) was born on 15 Aug 1894 in Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States.37 She died in Dec 1973 at the age of 79. Ruth lived in the house her father built at 29 High Stree Malden, Mass.

 

--------------------------------- AN EXCELLENT JOB

 

Congratualtions from Wakefield are in order to Miss Ruth Hiatt of thecommercial department in the High School for the excellent conferenceof business educators conducted here Saturday. The praises for her planning and organizing of the conference, which featured a larger display of office equipment even than last fall's Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, have been long and loud from those in education circles who attended the conference.

 

The planning for the immense project of assembling business teachers from throughout New England began last May. The program Saturday, with top-notch speakers and something of interest and value to everyone in the world of business, whether an instructor or not, was evidence of the care and dedication which went into the project.

 

Wakefield was introduced to hundreds of people from many places as a community interested in modern industry, a community keeeping in step with the march of progress.

 

Wakefield, and its school system to some extent, was presented to several hundred people, many of whom will be seeking employees from the ranks of high school graduates. The value to the community of having the conference here hardly can be measured, but it is considerable, andMiss Hiatt's efforts were more than commendable.

 

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That Miss Ruth Hiatt, commercial teacher at Wakefield High School whowas general chariman of the highly successful convention of New England Commercial Teachers held here recently, has been invited to accept the charimanship of the convention of the National Association of University Women to be held in the spring at the Hotel Statler. The convention will include about 2,000 people.

 

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Miss Ruth F. Hiatt, commercial teacher at Wakefield High School who resides at 29 High st, Malden, is planning to spend a few weeks at her summer place at Falmouth in the very near future. Miss Hiatt served as editor for the "Convention Daily," a five-issue newspaper publishedfor the recent Association of American University Women Convention and printed at the Wakefield Daily Item. Teachers assisting Miss Hiattwith her convention duties included Miss Elizabeth V. Upham, dean of girls at Wakefield High School, Miss Tomasina Antonuccio, commercial teacher at the High School and Mrs. Henry A. Stahle of 8 Flanders lane,a local substitue teacher.

 

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Ruth Hiatt Howland

Retired Head of WHS Business Ed. Dept.

 

Funeral services were held this afternoon for Mrs. Ruth Frances (Hiatt) Howland, wife of Frederick B. Howland or 29 High st, Malden, retired faculty member and head of the Business Education Department at Wakefield High School.

 

Mrs. Howland died in New England Memorial Hospital Thursday, following a brief illness.

 

At the time of her retirement, in 1964, she had been head of the Business Education for four years. She was married to Mr. Howland following her retirement.

A graduate of Salem State College, she earned her baccalaureate degree from Boston University in business administration and her master's degree in 1930, also from Boston University. She joined the local school system in 1921 as a commercial subjects teacher. She was always alert to opportunities for coordinating the needs of the business worldwith the curriculum of the high school's business education department and was one of the local pioneers in establishing employer-student rapport and mutual understanding.

 

An active member of the American Association of University Women, sheserved the organization in a wide range of capacities. During one ofthe AAUW conventions she was editor-in-chief of the daily paper published throughout the week long conference.

 

She received an appreciative citation from the National Education Business Associator for her assistance during the exhibition at an annualconvention.

When Raymond S. Dower retired in 1960, she was unanimously elected tohead the WHS business education department. She was also a member, and secretary of the College of Business Administration, Boston University, Alumni Adivsory

Council; and of the New England High School Commercial Teachers Association serving as both secretary, and subsequently vice president of the latter organization.

 

Mrs. Howland was the daughter of the late Frederick William and Elizabeth (Harper) Hiatt, who were Wakefield residents before moving to Malden. Her mother was a native of Wakefield.

 

Besides her husband, she leaves a sister, Mrs. Edith K. Stevens of Edgewood, R.I., and two brothers, Albert E. Hiatt of Medford and Frank C. Hiatt of Dumont, N.J.

 

Funeral services were held this afternoon in the Margeson Funeral Home, 839 Main st, Malden. Interment was in Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose.

Frank Howland was born (date unknown).

 

 

 

Endnotes

1.   Ancestry.com. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014, FHL Film Number: 919767, Richard Thomas Hiatt.

2.   William J. Hiatt and Margaret Taylor, marriage certificate, Massachusetts Archives Year: 1862, Vol.: 155, Page: 16, No: 275, Boston, Massachusetts.

3.   Ancestry.com. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014, FHL Film Number: 0254571-0254577, Caroline Simmonds.

4.   Hiatt tombstone, Wyoming Cemetery, 205 Sylvan St., Middlesex County, MA.

5.   England marriages 1538 - 1973, familysearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number:M04080-6, System Origin:England-ODM, Source Film Number:405131, accessed June 20, 2011.

6.   Richard J. Hiatt, marriage certificate, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Boston, year 1904, vol.549, page 203, 4639, www.newenglandancestors.org.

7.   Richard Young Hiatt, birth certificate, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Melrose, year 1856, vol. 97, page 185, line 18, www.newenglandancestors.org.

8.   Ancestry.com, Year: 1870; Census Place: Chelsea, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: M593_650; Page 107B; Image 221; Family History Library Film: 552149.

9.   1900 U.S. census, Suffokl County, 23-WD Boston, Massachusetts, Eliza Curtis head, digital image, Heritage Quest, from National Archives microfilm T623, roll 687, page 166.

10.   Mass-Doc Retrieval, www.mass-doc.com, Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston, Massachusetts Death Record Transcription, William Hiatt Death Certificate, Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston, Massachusetts, 1920: Vol. 12; Page 244.

11.   1900 U.S. census, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 262, line 70, William Hiatt head, digital image, Heritage Quest, from National Archives microfilm T623, roll 680.

12.   1910 U.S. census, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, William Hiatt head, digital image, Heritage Quest, from National Archives microfilm T624, roll 617, page 298, line 39.

13.   Mass-Doc Retrieval, www.mass-doc.com, Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston, Massachusetts Death Record Transcription, Death Certificate 1920: Vol. 12, Pg. 244.

14.   Mass-Doc Retrieval, www.mass-doc.com, Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston, Massachusetts Death Record Transcription, Margaret Hiatt Death Certificate 1924: Vol. 57; Pg. 351.

15.   Mass-Doc Retrieval, www.mass-doc.com, Massachusetts Department of Health, Boston, Massachusetts Death Record Transcription, Death Certificate 1924: Vol. 57; Pg. 351.

16.   1880 U.S. Census, William Hiatt head, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Boston 11-WD, Series: T9, Roll: 555, Page 101, Enumeration Dist. No. 661.

17.   Year: 1910; Census Place: Boston Ward 10, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_617; Page: 20A; Enumeration District: 1412; FHL microfilm: 1374630, William Hiatt head, Ancestry.com.

18.   Ellis Island and Other New York Passenger Lists, 1820 - 1957, image 781 or 1378, line 3, arrival June 4, 1913, ship Orub, MyHeritage.com.

19.   Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901 - 1980, 1931-1935, Furno-Kloza, image 302 of 564, Ancestry.com.

20.   http://beta.familysearch.org, Massachusets Deaths and Burials, 1795-1910, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: 100955-2, System Origin: Massachusetts-EASy, Source File Number: 1976455.

21.   Frederick William Hiatt death certificate, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Vital Statistics, Page 162, no:

338.

22.   Frederick Hiatt and Elizabeth Harper marriage certificate, Massachusetts Archives Year: 1893, Vol.: 435, Page: 268,

No: 4820, Boston, Massachusetts.

23.   Elizabeth Harper, birth certificate, Massachusetts ArchivesYear: 1872, Vol.: 242, Page: 299, No: 100, Boston, Massachusetts.

24.   Elizabeth Hiatt death certificate, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Registry of Vital Records and Statistics, page 306, no.93.

25.   Edith Hiatt birth certificate, Massachusetts Archives Year:1895, Vol.: 449, Page: 434, No: 146, Boston, Massachusetts.

26.   Edith Stevens, death certificate, 1990, State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

27.   Philip Stevens and Edith Hiatt marriage certificate, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Registry of Vital Records and Statistics, page 41, no: 600.

28.   Philip Duncan Stevens birth certificate, Massachusetts Archives Year: 1894, Vol.: 440, Page: 261, No: 116, Boston, Massachusetts.

29.   Philip Stevens death certificate, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Vital Statistics, No. H2986 Veterans Administration Hospital, Brockton, Plymouth County.

30.   Alfred Ernest Hiatt, birth certificate, Massachusetts Archives Year: 1897, Vol.: 467, Page: 449, No: 97, Boston, Massachusetts.

31.   Social Security Death Index (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org , New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002-2011.) SSN.

32.   New Hampshire: Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1654-1969. (From microfilmed records. Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014.) Side                                                                           1, Volume Name Grooms H 1901-1937, Page 13816

https://www.americanancestors.org/DB516/rd/14107/13816/258448921.

33.   Frank Cyril Hiatt birth certificate, Massachusetts Archives, Year: 1901, Vol.: 509, Page: 541, No: 458, Boston, Massachusetts.

34.   Social Security Administration. "U.S. Social Security Death Index." Database. AmericanAncestors.org, 2011, SSN 066-09-9105.

35.   Social Security Administration. "U.S. Social Security Death Index." Database. AmericanAncestors.org, 2011, SSN: 151-32-0547.

36.   Year: 1940; Census Place: Dumont, Bergen, New Jersey; Roll: T627_2305; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 2-43. Frank C Hiatt head.

37.   Ruth Frances Hiatt birth certificate, Massachusetts Archives Year: 1894, Vol.: 440, Page: 418, No: 144, Boston, Massachusetts.