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My Byard Lineage
Posted by: Alexander Byard (ID *****2651) Date: December 23, 2010 at 10:51:40
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I am seeking more information about John Dycus Byard, he is my great-great-great-great grandfather.

My family and I have discovered he was born 1795 in New York State and died 31 Aug. 1859 in Stewart County, TN. He was of possible English/Irish decent; worked as a barrel maker and fought in the war of 1812. First wife Cynthia M. Spencer, one son, Benjamin F. Byard, 1832. Second wife Prudence Hoff (b. 1817 d. 5 Jan. 1884) (m. 4 June 1836 in Mariette, Washington County, Ohio) (they were living in Hopkins County Kentucky in 1850) bearing multiple children including my great-great-great grandfather Enoch Napolian Byard; b. 1846 d. 1888.

Enoch Napolian Byard married Sallie Jane Suiter (b. 4 June 1864 d. 29 April 1952). He was born in Indiana and a Colonel for the Confederacy.

Here is my line: John Dycus Byard, father of Enoch Napolian Byard, father of Richard Lee Byard, father of Willie Lee Byard, father of Gerald Wayne Byard, father of Jeffrey Wayne Byard, father of Alexander Wayne Byard.

If you have information on John Dycus Byard or Prudence Hoff's ancestors, please advise.

In addition, if you have dd/mm/yyyy of births and deaths of any of the people listed above, location (city, county, state, country) of birth, death, burial, residences, and/or marriages, please include.

Thank you.

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