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 Wyatt Hittson

Wyatt Hittson

Grainger County, Tennessee, USA
Death 1875 (aged 66–67)
Rule, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA
Burial Green Forest, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA
Memorial ID 91457195 · View Source
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Wyatt Hittson, the first "Hittson" born in Tennessee
Father: Richard Hittson (1780-1826)
Mother: Drucella Stubblefield (1782-1850)
Sister: Sarah Hittson (1804-Unk) m. Lewis Wilburn Jr (murdered Richard Hittson 27 Oct 1826, Claiborne County, TN)
Sister: Mary Polly Hittson (1814-1907)m. Alfred Fauster Brawley and raised 4 sons, 6 daughters in Tennessee & Arkansas
Brother: Berryman Hittson (1818-1908) m. Filly Ann Harpole, raised 4 sons, 3 daughters in Tennessee.

Wyatt married Martha Stubblefield in 1836 at age 28 in Coffee County, Tennessee. In early 1860, Wyatt and Martha moved their family to Carroll County, Arkansas. Three of their sons, Thomas Jefferson Hittson, William Richard Hittson, and Robert Loch Hittson followed their parents to Arkansas.

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; "a familiar site in Osage is that of the historic "Stamps Store". Originally known as the Osage General Store, it was completed in 1868 by Wyatt Hittson after two years of construction. According to local historians, the two-and-a-half story building originally carried everything a resident might need, from the "cradle to the grave". This included a coffin room on the upper level, as well as rooms to rent."

He died at the age of 67 in 1875. Wyatt's and Martha's three sons sired the largest number of Hittson cousins to carry the name forward.

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  • Created by: Vicki Hittson
  • Added: 6 Jun 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 91457195
  • Vicki Hittson
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Wyatt Hittson (1808–1875), Find A Grave Memorial no. 91457195, citing Rule Cemetery, Green Forest, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA ; Maintained by Vicki Hittson (contributor 47380664) .