Isaac Cliatt 1759-1841 Georgia need list of children & wife's name, Thanks

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Was he the in Revolutionary War mustered 1783? and in the Indian War 1812-1858?

Looks like spelling of name Cliatt, Clyat, Cliette, or Cliett is the same also looking for daughter Mary Cliette is she the one that married John Blackstone if so need everything on them. Thanks
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in Genealogy Help by Donnie Blackstone G2G6 Pilot (236k points)

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There is a really extensive bio for him on find a grave and it has a transcription of his will that mentions names of children and grandchildren. 

by Jill Claus G2G6 Mach 1 (18.5k points)
I see it mentioned a Mary but i don't know if this is daughter or grandchild ànd was needing to know if this Mary was the one that married John Blackstone in year 1817 in Georgia?

It looks like a daughter maybe in control of his future grandchildren's 5 dollars he left them. I don't know the way it was worded?

Thanks for helping

I think it means that he is giving his two grandchildren Mary and Marshal - each $5 (a total of $10) - to be paid at his death (not in the future).

"I give and bequeath to Mary Cliatt and Marshall Cliatt my grandchildren five dollars to each child to be paid at my death."

The challenge here is to figure out which of his children are the parents (or which child of his is the parent ) of Mary and Marshal.

Not sure if you might already have found this... but here is a list of a bunch of Cliat marriages ... might be useful as you try to piece the family together.

"Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 5 November 2017), William J. L. Cliett and Rosa Blackston, 25 Sep 1856; citing Marriage, Columbia, Georgia, United States, county courthouses, Georgia; FHL microfilm 847,789.

Also... an unsourced family tree on ancestry:

Stephen (1722-1780) & Kathryn Avant (1729-1780)

Isaac (1750-1841) & Margaret Sears (1755-1845)

Jonathan Sr (1776-1838) & Mary Polly Dillard (1795-1850)

Henry (1790-1846) & Sarah Zachry (1790-1869)

William & Rosa (that you have on your tree)

It's unsourced... but it gives you a trail to research.
OK Thanks I'm looking this over now Jill.

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