Wyatt Nash

LOS ANGELES – JAN 27: Nash at the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on January 27, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA kathclick/Bigstock.com

Birth Name: Matthew Wyatt Elrod

Place of Birth: Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.

Date of Birth: October 2, 1988

Ethnicity: English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, German

Wyatt Nash is an American television personality and actor. He is known for being a contestant on Survivor, and for his roles on the shows Riverdale and Dear White People and in the television films Petals on the Wind and The Bridge.

He has deep roots in the U.S.

Wyatt’s paternal grandfather was Parker David Elrod (the son of Lacy Huffman Elrod and Lucy Lillian Jones). Parker was born in Nashville, Tennessee. Lacy was the son of John Enos Elrod and Elizabeth Josephine “Betty” Warren. Lucy was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, the daughter of William Tolbert Jones and Olivia Ann Hale.

Wyatt’s paternal grandmother was Sammye Louise Malone (the daughter of Felix Eli Malone and Jessie May Rhea). Felix was born in Smith, Tennessee, the son of Samuel Hayes Malone and Sarah Adeline Johnson. Jessie was born in Viola, Tennessee, the daughter of Frances Marion Rhea and Virginia Louise Bouldin.

Wyatt’s maternal grandfather was Wyatt Reece Thomas (the son of Gary Luther Thomas, Sr. and Annie Ruth Ezell). Wyatt’s grandfather Wyatt was born in Mayo, Florida. Gary was the son of Joseph Washington Thomas and Arann Mariah Hicks. Annie was the daughter of Alexander Lafayette Ezell and Mary Jane Willis.

Wyatt’s maternal grandmother was Ellie Vermell Dees (who was possibly the daughter of Jack Ollie Dees and Francis J. Crawford). Jack was born in Florida, the son of Ollie Edgar Dees and Florence Severance Andrews.

Sources: Obituary of Wyatt’s paternal grandfather, Wyatt Reece Thomas – https://www.legacy.com

Genealogy of possibly Wyatt’s maternal great-grandfather, Jack Ollie Dees – https://www.familysearch.org

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