As the 'Number One' most given 'Given Guys Name' in the Pittman Family Tree, it is my duty as 'The Family's Genealogist' to inform All Fifteen of you, despite popular 'Moniker Statistics', Ya'll are NOT Number One.
Since the First John Pittman born in America in 1726, your name has been held in high esteem and an honorable tradition in the naming of 'First Born Sons' who are destined to be called Junior.
From Colonial John through Civil War John, the Pittman John's led the nation as the Number One Given Guys Name. This trend continued through the 1920's. During these Trend Setting years, William ran a close second in the US and in our 'Tree' with Eleven Williams. True to Trend, James, George, Robert, Charles, Joseph, Frank, Henry and Thomas were 'Tree Toppers' as well as 'Chart Toppers ' across the nation.
Ya'll are Number One in The Pittman Family Tree. Never mind that Jane as a Given Gals Name only made Number Twenty-Two on the All Time Popularity List.
Jane The First, Jane Calvert Leatherwood 1746-1764, believed in the 'Family Namesake' tradition. Her son's were John, William, James, George, and Thomas. She named two of her daughters after herself or possibly her mother...one was Jane and the other Janey.
Jane The First in 'Our Tree' was the Direct Ancestor and 4XGreat Grandmother of her namesake Martha Jane Marley Carroll, my Great Great Grandmother.
Janie as she was called, has become 'My Family Tree Focus Female'. Her grandson, Willard Carroll Pittman is my father, and through his lineage Martha Jane Marley Carroll's 'Family Photo Album' was 'Passed Down' to me.
The discovery and photo detective work of Janie's Album has led to many of
'The John's, James' and Jane's in
The Pittman~Carroll~Marley~Leatherwood Family Tree
The Photo Album can be viewed HERE.