Richard Franklin Hiott (1834 - 1907) Anderson, South Carolina, looking for his parents

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Looks like the family was in Dunn’s Rock Community in Transylvania, North Carolina 1870, Thanks...

Hiett, Hiat, Hiott, Hyatt
WikiTree profile: Richard Hiott
in Genealogy Help by Donnie Blackstone G2G6 Pilot (211k points)

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An ancestry pedigree says the Richard Franklin Hiott (1834-1907) was: "Born in South Carolina, United States on Aug 1834 to Joseph Hamilton "H.C." Hiott and Mary K. Polk. Richard Franklin Hiott had 7 children. He passed away on 1907 in Beaverdam Church, Belton, SC" but I haven't found any sources to prove this for you.

Another pedigree file suggest that his Joseph Hamilton was "was born in 1806, at birth place, South Carolina, to William Henry Hiett and Ann Hiett (born Clark)William was born in 1785, in Greenville, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States. Ann was born circa 1780. Joseph had 19 siblings: Henry Heson HiettJohn Charles Hiett and 17 other siblingsJoseph passed away at death place, North Carolina."  Again no apparent sources

by Jean Hollis G2G6 Mach 1 (12.3k points)
edited by Jean Hollis
I looked on the 1850 and 1860 Census and I didn’t see Richard Franklin on the 1840 census it list three males of age but I believe I need a better source

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