|Birth: ||Aug. 11, 1836|
|Death: ||Dec. 22, 1919|
New Jersey, USA
She was the daughter of Talbot Nelson Bryan and Mary Spiers Bryan.
A graduate of Henry Female College.
A poet of note who wrote more than 450 poems as well as 15 volumes of poetry.
A Voyage to the Fortunate Isles was published in 1874.
She also co-authored works with William Dean Howells and John James Piatt, her husband.
The children of John James Piatt and Sarah Piatt are as follows:
1. Marian B. PIATT b: MAY 1862 in Kentucky
2. Alfred Victor PIATT
3. Arthur Donn PIATT b: 1867 in Georgetown, Washington, DC
4. Frederick PIATT b: 20 MAR 1869 in North Bend, Ohio
5. Guy R. PIATT b: MAY 1871 in Ohio
6. Louis PIATT b: 1875 in Ohio
7. Cecil PIATT b: ABT 1877
8. Earl PIATT b: 1878 in Ohio
9. Douglas PIATT
10. Joseph Roland PIATT
11. John B. PIATT
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In 1884, her husband became a U.S. Consul in Queenstown (Cobh) Ireland. John James and sarah Piatt eventually returned to the United States.
Three of their sons became U.S. Consuls and U.S. Deputy Consuls in the United Kingdom.
Cecil Piatt was a Consul in Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland.
Arthur Donn Piatt was a Consul in Cork and Dublin, Ireland.
Frederick Paul Piatt was a Consul in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Their three sons all remained and are buried in the U.K.
Information Taken From: PoliticalGraveyard.com
John James Piatt (1835 - 1917)*
Marion Prentice Piatt (1862 - 1918)*
Arthur Donn Piatt (1868 - 1914)*
Spring Grove Cemetery
Plot: Garden LN...Section 79...Lot 1...Space 13
Created by: Terry W.
Record added: Dec 30, 2011
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