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523. James White McNAMARA (Martha PATTON403, Joseph288, William Alexander199, John131, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1825 in Blair County, Pennsylvania and died on 24 Jul 1891 in Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA at age 66.

James married Jane SHEAKLEY. Jane was born in Mar 1830 in Pennsylvania, USA and died on 19 Nov 1901 in Pittsburgh, Alleheny County, Pennsylvania, USA at age 71.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 684    i. Ellen McNAMARA was born on 15 Dec 1848 in Pennsylvania, USA and died on 13 Jul 1878 in Pennsylvania, USA at age 29.

+ 685    ii. May "Mary" McNAMARA was born on 17 Sep 1868 in Kent, Portage County, Ohio, USA and died on 26 Jul 1928 in Pittsburgh, Alleheny County, Pennsylvania, USA at age 59.

524. Matthew Leander PATTON (Alexander409, Alexander290, Matthew Leander212, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 14 Apr 1841 in Tippah County, Mississippi, USA.

In September, 1861, he enlisted as a member of Company F, Second Mississippi Infantry. He served with the Army of Northern Virginia, and participated in the battle of Seven Pines, the seven days engagement near Richmond, the second battle of Manassas and many skirmishes until the hotly contested battle of Gettysburg. On the 3d of July, during that engagement, he was wounded in the left arm, and has never recovered from the effects. This unfitted him for further service and he returned home, where he remained until after the close of hostilities.

For more information on Matthew's life and family visit http://genealogytrails.com/miss/tippah/bios/patton.html

Matthew married Elizabeth CUTBIRTH on 6 Sep 1860. Elizabeth was born in Hardeman, Tennessee, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 686    i. Jerome B. PATTON .

+ 687    ii. Thomas A. PATTON .

+ 688    iii. Matthew Leander PATTON .

+ 689    iv. William T. PATTON .

+ 690    v. Elizabeth F. PATTON .

+ 691    vi. Daniel Jackson PATTON .

+ 692    vii. Robert Lee PATTON .

525. Sarah M. PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1843 in New Rumley, Harrison County, Ohio, USA.

526. James PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1845 in New Rumley, Harrison County, Ohio, USA.

527. William PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 17 Aug 1846, died on 27 Feb 1850 at age 3, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA. {FGID: 76101972}


528. John Henry PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 24 Aug 1846 in New Rumley, Harrison County, Ohio, USA, died on 4 Jan 1925 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, USA at age 78, and was buried in Mica Cemetery, Mica, Spokane County, Washington, USA. {FGID: 129565557}

John married someone.

His children were:

+ 693    i. Morris PATTON was born on 11 Jun 1876 in Harrison County, Ohio, USA, died on 13 Dec 1936 in Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas, USA at age 60, and was buried in Floral Hills Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 131232602}

+ 694    ii. James Ross PATTON was born on 6 Nov 1882 in Jewett, Harrison County, Ohio, USA, died on 6 Dec 1947 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA at age 65, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, USA. {FGID: 75726590}

529. Joseph PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 May 1848, died on 22 Aug 1851 at age 3, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA. {FGID: 76101798}

530. Samuel PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 12 Apr 1850, died on 31 Aug 1851 at age 1, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA. {FGID: 76101876}

531. Adderan "Addie" PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1852 in New Rumley, Harrison County, Ohio, USA.

532. Ida PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1856.

533. Fremont PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 27 Aug 1856, died on 5 Mar 1858 at age 1, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA. {FGID: 104348228}

534. Fre PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1862, died in 1947 at age 85, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA. {FGID: 75947052}

Fre married Annette. Annette was born in 1886, died in 1939 at age 53, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 695    i. Paul Fre PATTON was born on 11 Feb 1890, died on 13 Oct 1986 at age 96, and was buried in West Middletown Cemetery, West Middletown, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA.

+ 696    ii. Leona Ruth PATTON was born on 25 Jan 1896 in Harrison County, Ohio, USA, died on 4 Sep 1970 in Edgewood, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA at age 74, and was buried in Allegheny County Memorial Park, Allison Park, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.

+ 697    iii. Hearn Lowell PATTON was born on 4 Jan 1899 in Harrison County, Ohio, USA, died on 11 Jun 1975 in Ohio, USA at age 76, and was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, USA.

535. Thomas Burns PATTON (Matthew McKinnie417, Joseph295, Joseph214, Matthew Leander "OLD MATT"136, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 8 Dec 1863 in Rumley Township, Harrison County, Ohio, USA and died in 1940 in Rumley Township, Harrison County, Ohio, USA at age 77.


Thomas married Hettie Elizabeth FINNICUM on 20 Mar 1888 in Hopedale, Ohio, USA. Hettie was born in Jul 1864 in Ohio, USA and died in May 1952 in Hopedale, Ohio, USA at age 87.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 698    i. Beryl F. PATTON was born on 11 Oct 1889 and died in 1949 at age 60.

+ 699    ii. Carl Hetzler PATTON was born on 12 May 1895 in Harrison County, Ohio, USA and died on 11 Apr 1962 in Hopedale, Ohio, USA at age 66.

536. Elizabeth Catherine PERRY (Dr. Elmer M. PERRY427, Caroline Jane PATTON299, William Madison215, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1912 and died in 1913 at age 1.

537. Elmer Richardson PERRY (Dr. Elmer M. PERRY427, Caroline Jane PATTON299, William Madison215, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1913 and died in 1987 at age 74.

538. William Frank PERRY (Dr. Elmer M. PERRY427, Caroline Jane PATTON299, William Madison215, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1919 and died in 2005 at age 86.

539. Capt. John M. PERRY (Dr. Elmer M. PERRY427, Caroline Jane PATTON299, William Madison215, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1920 and died in 2002 at age 82.

540. Lucy Evelyn PERRY (Dr. Elmer M. PERRY427, Caroline Jane PATTON299, William Madison215, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1926.

Lucy married Harry Stephen SMITH.

541. Robert Marshall PERRY Sr. (Dr. Elmer M. PERRY427, Caroline Jane PATTON299, William Madison215, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1928 and died in 2015 at age 87.

542. Coleen Frances ATKINS (Joy Frances PATTON446, Austin Neel303, Columbus Marion219, John Tristan Aide-de-Camp George Washington142, John William86, William Henry (Rev.)64, Matthew S. "The Martyr" (PATOUN)55, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 1 Aug 1938 in Magnolia, Harrison County, Iowa, USA, died on 30 May 2019 in Iowa, USA at age 80, and was buried in Woodbine Cemetery, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, USA. {FGID: 200448020}

Coleen married Gene Leonard CROSS. Gene was born on 1 Apr 1941 in Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA, died on 12 Jul 2000 in Harrison County, Iowa, USA at age 59, and was buried in Woodbine Cemetery, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa, USA. {FGID: 200678348}

543. Elizabeth Anne WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 Jun 1803 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 11 Feb 1917 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 113.

544. Mary WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 Jun 1803 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died in 1833 in Owen, Kentucky, USA at age 30.

545. Sarah W. "Sallie" WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 12 Nov 1804 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 12 Dec 1883 in Warnock, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 79.

546. Matthew Scott WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 19 Apr 1807 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 9 Feb 1863 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 55.

Matthew married Lydia on 6 Apr 1828 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA. Lydia was born on 27 Jul 1809 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 26 Jan 1895 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 85.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 700    i. Elizabeth Ann WARNOCK was born on 9 Feb 1829 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 11 Feb 1917 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 88.

+ 701    ii. Rebecca WARNOCK was born on 23 Jan 1831 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 9 Dec 1863 at age 32.

+ 702    iii. James Forester "Black Jim" WARNOCK was born on 12 Jun 1833 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 21 Oct 1904 in Alamogordo, Otero County, New Mexico, USA at age 71.

+ 703    iv. Mary L. "Polly" WARNOCK was born on 20 Oct 1835 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died in 1931 at age 96.

+ 704    v. Margaret WARNOCK was born on 2 Oct 1837 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 20 Oct 1915 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 78.

+ 705    vi. John William "Tug" WARNOCK was born on 20 Apr 1840 in Ohio, USA and died on 2 Mar 1870 at age 29.

+ 706    vii. Basil Francis WARNOCK was born on 6 Mar 1842 in Kentucky, USA and died on 1 Jun 1921 in Dalhart, Dallam County, Texas, USA at age 79.

+ 707    viii. Charles Wesley WARNOCK was born on 9 Jan 1844 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 22 Oct 1936 in Carter, Kentucky, USA at age 92.

+ 708    ix. America Catherine WARNOCK was born on 13 Apr 1846 and died on 12 Mar 1937 in Lucasville, Scioto, Ohio, USA at age 90.

+ 709    x. Matthew Scott WARNOCK was born on 23 Mar 1848 in Carter, Kentucky, USA and died on 21 Jan 1914 in Hamilton, Ohio, USA at age 65.

547. Ann Elizabeth WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 Nov 1807 and died in 1840 in Illinois, USA at age 33.

548. John William Howe WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 May 1811 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 5 Aug 1890 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 79.

549. William Howe WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 27 Jul 1813 in Warnock, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 22 Oct 1881 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA at age 68.

550. Jonathan WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 10 Mar 1815.

551. Cynthia A. WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 10 Mar 1816 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died in 1896 at age 80.

552. Julia Ann WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 12 Jul 1818 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA.

553. James Wesley WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 2 Aug 1821 in Warnock, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died on 3 May 1859 in Grassy, Lewis County, Kentucky, USA at age 37.

554. Matilda WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 24 Feb 1826 in Warnock, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA.

555. Samuel Price WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 12 Jun 1831 in Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, USA and died in Young, Texas, USA.

556. Johnson WARNOCK (Pottinger "James William" WARNOCK450, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1).

557. William Oscar WARNOCK (William WARNOCK451, Jean PATTON318, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 14 Mar 1809 in Charleston, South Carolina, USA and died on 8 Nov 1854 in Grass Valley, Nevada, California, USA at age 45.

William married Ellen Ledbetter HILL. Ellen was born circa 1810 in Maryland, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 710    i. Rosetta WARNOCK was born circa 1830 in New Orleans, USA and died in California, USA.

+ 711    ii. William Oscar WARNOCK was born on 12 May 1843 in New Orleans, Jefferson County, Louisiana, USA and died on 21 May 1925 in Oakland, Alameda County, California, USA at age 82.

558. Jane REID (Isabella PATON456, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1829.

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RESIDENCE: in 1851, in Morpeth, Northumberland, England.

559. James REID (Isabella PATON456, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1831.

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RESIDENCE: in 1851, in Morpeth, Northumberland, England.

560. David REID (Isabella PATON456, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 13 Jul 1832 in St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, was christened on 12 Aug 1832 in Cannogate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, and died on 6 Dec 1919 in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia at age 87.

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1861: David was employed as, Joiner, in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

1861: David resided at 45 Eglinton Street,, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
David was boarding with Robert & Wilhelmina Brown at this address in 1861.

1881: David was employed as, Master Carpenter, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

1881: David resided at 24 Sciennes Street,, St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Emigrated: Departure on the ship "Closeburn", on 15 Jul 1890, in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Immigrated: Brisbane, in 1891, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
CLOSEBURN

An iron barque built in 1881 by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, as yard no. 38. Dimensions 201'0"×32'7"×19'5" and 924 GRT, 897 NRT. 1881 Launched at the shipyard of Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, for Thomas C. Guthrie, Glasgow. 1902 Sold to A/S Closeburn (Mathias Hansen), Kristiansand. 1921 December 10 Sold to Nils Fremberg and partners, Sölvesborg, for NOK 55.000 and was renamed Virgo. Assigned the official Swedish Reg. No. 6703 and signal KDMC. The new measurements were 59,62×9,95×5,95 meters and 960 GRT, 871 NRT and 1450 DWT. Captain Gustaf Alfred Johansson, Sölvesborg. 1928 February 4 Sold to Erik Nylund, Mariehamn, for SEK 28.500. Captain Anders Donner. 1928 Collided with the German steamer Marie Ferdinand at Öland on voyage from London to Mariehamn. The Virgo lost the jib boom and damaged the stem. 1928 December 5 Wrecked at the Skvatthällen outside Kobba Klintar, Åland.

1905: David resided at Grange Farm, Ringing Plain, Dalby, Queensland.

1913: David was employed as, Farmer - Grange Farm, in Ringing Plain, Dalby, Queensland.

1913: David resided at Grange Farm, Ringing Plain, Dalby, Queensland.

David married Janet "Jessie" HAMILTON on 3 Apr 1868 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Janet was born on 18 Sep 1842 in Cannogate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 21 Apr 1923 in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia at age 80.

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RESIDENCE: 24 Sciennes Street,, in 1881, in St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

RESIDENCE: Grange Farm, in 1905, in Ringing Plain, Dalby, Queensland.

OCCUPATION: Farmer - Grange Farm, in 1913, in Ringing Plain, Dalby, Queensland.

RESIDENCE: Grange Farm, in 1913, in Ringing Plain, Dalby, Queensland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 712    i. David REID was born on 17 Jan 1869 in St.Giles, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, was christened on 20 Jan 1869 in St.Giles, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, and died on 19 Jun 1877 in Newington, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland at age 8.

+ 713    ii. James Hamilton REID was born on 27 Feb 1870 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 15 Feb 1959 in Drayton, Queensland, Australia at age 88.

+ 714    iii. Peter REID was born on 23 Jun 1871 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died on 1 Apr 1964 in Allora, Queensland, Australia at age 92, and was buried in Apr 1964 in Allora General Cemetery, Warwick Shire, Queensland, Australia.

+ 715    iv. Margaret Hamilton REID was born on 16 Oct 1873 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died on 5 Nov 1886 in Mid Calder, Midlothian, Scotland at age 13.

+ 716    v. Janet Hamilton "Jessie" REID was born on 2 Jul 1880 in Newington, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died on 29 Mar 1943 in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia at age 62, and was buried in Mar 1943 in Drayton Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.

+ 717    vi. David REID was born in 1881 and died in 1974 at age 93.

+ 718    vii. John "Jack" REID was born on 12 Jan 1882 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, died in 1974 in Southport Queensland Australia at age 92, and was buried in 1974 in Mt Gravatt, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

561. Peter REID (Isabella PATON456, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 9 Mar 1837 in Cannogate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

562. Matilda Russell PATTON 8,10,16,17,19,20,21 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 24 Mar 1826 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,10,16,17,19,20,21 was christened on 2 Apr 1826 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died in 1898 in St George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland at age 72.

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BIRTH NOTICE: The Scotsman, on 1 Apr 1826.

Matilda appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1851: Matilda resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1871: Matilda resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 16

1881: Matilda was employed as, Music Teacher, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
Matilda is showing as being a Music Teacher in the 1881 census.

1881: Matilda resided at 9 Hermitage Place, St George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 17
It is apparent that Matilda lived with and cared for her mother in Edinburgh.

1891: Matilda resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 19

563. Anne PATTON 8,10,11,22 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 8 Jul 1827 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,10,11,22 was christened on 8 Jul 1827 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 8 Aug 1864 in Albert Street, Kirkwall & St.Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland at age 37.

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Anne appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1841-1851: Anne resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1861: Anne resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Victoria Street, in 1861, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

Anne's obituary was published in The Orkney Herald on 16 Aug 1864 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.
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Died, at Albert Street, Kirkwall, on the 8th inst., Ann, daughter of Mr Robert Patton, writer, Kirkwall.

Anne married Hector McCLEAN on 17 Jan 1850 in Drumglass, Tyrone, Ireland. Hector was born about 1828 in Tyree, Argyll, Scotland and died on 5 May 1900 in Opihi, Canterbury, New Zealand aged about 72.

564. William PATTON Emigrated to Australia 8,21,23,24,25,26,27,28 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 22 Sep 1828 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,21,23 was christened on 28 Sep 1828 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 17 Dec 1909 in Wandong, Victoria 375823 at age 81.

Anecdotal family evidence indicates that William ran away from home at a young age, escaping to America onboard a ship as a cabin boy and then being press-ganged into service, in America, onboard a whaling ship which travelled to the southern oceans. William eventually escaping his servitude when the ship berthed in Hobart and making his way to Port Philip onboard the ship, Stratheden.

It appears that it may well be accidental that our family now lives in Australia and not the USA where many of William's cousins emigrated to. His knowledge of family members being in the USA and perhaps letters of their adventures may have prompted him to head to America in the first place.

Another scenario raised by Charles Corsie Patton in an interview with Doug Hutchinson in 1984 (see Charles Corsie Patton's records) is that their may have been a young girl involved and it may have been fortuitous for him to depart the Orkney Islands. He was approximately 14 years of age when he ran away to sea.

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Scottish Cabin Boy to Timber Cutter: 1828. 9
Our Patton Family has a long history in Australia, starting with the arrival of William Patton in Australia on the 27th of January in 1846

This was prior to the Federation of Australia in 1901, before the acceptance of the The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (indeed many family members voted in the series of referendums held at this time).

William Patton (son of Robert, grandson of William) was born on 22 Sep 1828 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, was christened on 28 Sep 1828 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 17 Dec 1909 in Wandong, Victoria, Australia at age 81.

William's father Robert was a "Writer To The Signet" (1797 - 1869, Solicitor), his Grand-Father William was a Baker in Kirkwall. His Grand-Mother was Annie Sinclair.

William's youngest brother Edward (1845-1877) traveled to San Franciso where he was killed,

William's youngest sister Agnes Burns Patton (1847 - 1937) married William Steell (1836 - 1917, Architect) & the son of the renowned Scottish Sculptor Sir John Robert Steell.

The Patton Family were actually a wealthy family linked to the aristocracy of Edinburgh in Scotland. Regular movement between Edinburgh and the Orkney Islands was common, especially in the summer months.

Family tradition insists that he became a cabin boy at ten years of age aboard a ship, travelled to America and it was there that he was "pressganged" pressed into service for a year aboard a whaling ship. Another "family story" insists that he was keen on a young lady in the area and advised that "seeing the world" may be a favourable option. It is also proven through Scottish Census data that his actual age was probably closer to twelve or fourteen years of age when he left Kirkwall.

When the ship docked in Hobart, Tasmania William was able to obtain his freedom and with the potential lure of gold eventually made his way to Port Phillip onboard the barque Stratheden, on the 27th of January 1846. At that time Port Phillip was still a part of of the colony of New South Wales.

He was seventeen years of age at the time.

This was nine years before the birth in 1854 of Edward "Ned" Kelly the notorious Victorian Bushranger. And 34 years before he was hanged at the Old Melbourne Gaol on the 11 November 1880 at twenty-five years of age.

Eight years past as William found his niche in Australia, and at 25 years of age Rev. William Copeland married William and the recently widowed Charlotte Palethorpe (nee Stafford) at his tent or cabin near where, on that very day December 20 1853, Governor Charles Joseph Latrobe was turning the first sod for the construction of the Yan Yean Reservoir.

The marriage certificate records that the ceremony took place at Castle Hill, Upper Plenty. Thomas Palethorpe, Charlotte's first husband had died eight months earlier.

Nearby Whittlesea was surveyed but not as yet named and 'Castle Hill' referred to a minature fortress of wattle and daub built by mistake by two servants of John Bear.

Charlotte and William lived in Glenvale until 1870 when they moved to Dry Creek or Morphetts (a man by the name of F.G.Arkell suggested the title of Wandong for this area, and it was in 1876 that the railway station and post office were provided under this name).

William worked on railway construction and selected land on the Western side of the roadway, near the junction of the railway line with Magpie and Stump Road just south of the present Wandong store, and began the struggle to effect sufficient improvements to qualify for title.

His three sons Robert Ninian, William and Charles Douglas all worked in the forest splitting palings while William Snr built the first store (for F.G.Arkell) in Wandong.

Later he helped in the construction of the Comet Sawmill and Village.

Both Robert and William JNR operated trucks on the timber tramway, a skilled and sometimes hazardous occupation. Towards the turn of the century traffic through Wallan was either horse or Bullock-drawn, with the occassional steam engine.

Edward John Butler recalls that "in the early 1920s he helped Fred Minchin break in bullocks for the team he used to cart firewood timber to Patton's mill at the Wallan railway station...." the author goes on to describe the general Wandong township..... "The township centred on the railway station. On the western side, The Terra-Cotta Lumber works occupied the space between the railway reserve and the main road".

Across the road from the lumber works was Ryan's store, which was built by William Patton. It is uncertain if this is the same building that William built for Arkell.


William appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

Arrival: Stratheden, 27 Jan 1846, Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia. 28 It is believed that William may have either worked his passage or purchased a ticket aboard the Stratheden from Hobart to Port Phillip.

The 27th of January in 1846 was on a Tuesday.

Stratheden arrived Port Phillip 27 Jan for newspaper report 29 Jan, barque, 429 tons, Bruton master, from Hobart 12 Jan, Passengers J Wemyss Manley Esq., Steerage Mrs Bradley and 3 chn, James Worthing and wife, James Seaton, John Mitchell, and 50 Pentonville exiles under the supervision of Dr H Baker,
RN Jan 1846 Reported Sydney Shipping Gazette Volume 3, Number 99 (7 February, 1846) page 39.

Arrival January 27, Stratheden, barque, 431 tons, Hunter master, from Hobart Town. Passengers JW Manley Esq, fifty men from the Pentonville Prison, four privates and one corporal of the 99th Regiment; seven in the steerage.

Source - http://www.oocities.org/vic1847/ship46.html?201714

What was happening in Australia at the time?: 28 Jan 1846.
William arrived in Australia 8 years before the birth in 1854 of Edward "Ned" Kelly the notorious Victorian Bushranger and 34 years before Ned was hanged at the Old Melbourne Gaol on the 11 November 1880 at 25 years of age.
William's family lived through the reign of the Kelly Gang.

GOLD DISCOVERED IN BALLARAT: 1851.

VICTORIA BECOMES A SEPARATE COLONY: 1 Jul 1851.

Construction of the First Store in Wandong: Cir 1853, in Wandong, Victoria 3758.
William constructed the first store in Wandong for F. G. Arkell (pictured).

EUREKA STOCKADE IN BALLARAT: 3 Dec 1854, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.

1860-1870: William resided at Glenvale, Victoria, Australia.

PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES: Doomed Explorers Burke & Wills, 1861, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

BURKE & WILLS EXPEDITION: 1861, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: Orkney Herald, and Weekly Advertiser and Gazette for the Orkney & Zetland Islands - St.Magnus, Kirwall Vessel in Australia, 17 Jan 1863, Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia. I wonder if William knew that the St.Magnus was in Hobson's Bay, a ship from home.
Hobson's Bay was visible from "The Scaffold" in the Plenty Ranges. Did he sneak a peak?


Orkney Herald, Tuesday 27 January 1863

A KIRKWALL VESSEL AT AUSTRALIA. - We understand that the "St Magnus," belonging to Kirkwall, was in Hobson's Bay, off Melbourne, Victoria, when the November Australian Mail left. So far as we are aware this is the first Orkney vesttel that has ever visited Port Philip Heads. Now that the "St Magnus" has got on the right tract it is more than likely that she will yield her owners a handsome dividend.

Construction of the Railway Line through Wandong & Heathcote Junction: 1869-1872, in Wandong, Victoria 3758.
William worked on the construction of the Railway Line through Wandong & Heathcote Junction.

1870-1909: William resided at Dry Creek "Morphett's" Wandong, Victoria.
William & Charlotte moved from Glenvale to Dry Creek (which was also known as "Morphett's" and is now Wandong) to work on the construction of the railway line through the area.

KELLY GANG ROB THE NATIONAL BANK IN EUROA: 10 Dec 1878, Euroa, Shire of Strathbogie, Victoria 3666.

Catapillars, Bushfires & Pigs Eating Butter: 14 Feb 1880, Upper Plenty, Victoria, Australia.
Following William & Charlotte's marriage on the 20th December 1853 at Castle Hill, Yan Yean their children Robert, Bill & Charles were registered as being born in Yan Yean, their first daughter Bessie registered as being born in Upper Plenty and their youngest daughter Lottie registered as being born in Glenvale.

William & Charlotte owned a 100 acre property called "Mount Hope", the following article printed in the Weekly Times on the 14th of February 1880 appears to be an eyewitness account of the events occurring in the 1850's and provides a wonderful insight into life in the area around that time. It also refers to some lighter moments

The Weekly Times - Upper Plenty District - 14th February 1880

A short distance below Mr. McDonald s farm is Brookland, the property of the Messrs. Gardiner, whose crop this year has totally escaped from the ravages of caterpillars. It was all cut for hay, as wool-growing and fattening stock is what is principally carried on. The sheep are of the Merino breed, and the average quantity of wool per sheep during the last few years was 61b., which brought Is. per lb. in the Melbourne market. The farm seems better adapted for sheep breeding than cattle, being nearly all of fairly grassed undulating country, well watered with a constantly-running stream.

Its extent is about 800 acres, and the homestead and outbuildings are of a complete and substantial character. Adjoining Mr. Gardiner's is the farm of Mr. Butcher, on which a mixed system of husbandry is carried on, and whose crop, composed principally of oaten hay, will, I think, turn out very well, although slightly attacked by caterpillars.

Farther down still is Mr. Clements's, where some thirty acres of a good-looking oat crop have had to be converted into hay, in consequence of the ravages of the caterpillars. A great deal of the crop, too, was so beaten down with the heavy rain which fell when it was ripening that the reaping-machine could hot work, and it had to be reaped by hand or mowed, consequently entailing a considerable loss of grain. The hay crop will probably average from 1| to 2 tons per acre, and the wheat (of which there are only four acres) above 20 bushels per acre, it being well filled and heavy. The next farm is Mr. John Rice's, and on this also the crop looked well, and, I think, will yield fully up to expectations, although visited by the caterpillar scourge.

Mr. Patton's Mount Hope adjoins Mr.Rice's, and none but those who witnessed the crop on this farm could form any idea of the destructive propensities of caterpillars.

When I saw it a few weeks ago, it had every appearance of turning out from 40 to 50 bushels to the acre ; but the whole crop was so attacked by the above-named insects that it had to be converted into sheaf hay, which will certainly average above 3 tons per acre.

In addition to twenty acres under oats, there are about ten acres and five acres respectively put in with peas and potatoes; and both of these crops look well, the former having every, appearance of averaging from 4 to 5 tons to the acre. Mount Hope takes its name from a small hill on which the homestead is built, and the farm is composed of hilly and flat land in nearly equal proportions. There was formerly a large swamp where the crops grew, but it was reclaimed some years ago, a cutting having been made through it by the Government for the purpose of conveying the water of the creek to the Plenty River. The race was originally cut only of a small width and depth, but of late years it has widened out and got much deeper through the action of the water on the loose, rich, black soil of the swamp. Mount Hope is subdivided into half-a-dozen paddocks, and about twenty cattle are kept regularly for dairy purposes, the butter, as is usual on the Plenty, being disposed of to hawkers for the Melbourne market. Over fifty acres have been sown with artificial grasses, and it is contemplated to lay down a great deal more in the course of a year or two.

Falling back from Mount Hope and continuing on towards Wallan in one direction, and Yan Yean in the other, are the Plenty Ranges, which are chiefly noted for producing the great bulk of the palings and shingles supplied to the Melbourne market. Splitting, however, has been prohibited in the greater part of them during the last few years, owing to the injury which it is supposed would be done to the water flowing into the Yan Yean from the numerous streams and watercourses in the ranges.

On a prominent hill not far from Mount Hope a scaffolding was erected some years ago by a party pf surveyors for the purpose of taking observations of the surrounding country with greater accuracy and despatch. The staging was built in tiers along the trunk of a tall tree, step-ladders reaching from the ground to the top, from which a grand view was at all times to be observed, Melbourne and the shipping in Hobson's Bay being easily discernible to the naked eye. In summer time "the scaffold," as it was generally called, formed a great resort for parties from Melbourne, and others who wished to gain some idea of the geographical and geological formation of the Plenty Ranges, and many were the names and initials carved on the tree or painted in tar, a barrel of which had been left there for the purpose, on the large rocks, stones, and logs which surrounded the base of the scaffolding.

Within the last year or two, however, the tree has fallen, and there is consequently but very little inducement now for people to visit the locality. The " Sugarloaf" and " One Tree Hill" are two other well-known places of resort of visitors to the Upper Plenty. The former is a rugged, thickly-timbered mount, with immense granite boulders of different colours and in all manners of fantastic shapes studding its sides, and forming diminutive caves and hollows, which at one time constituted almost complete security for wild goats, wombats, and wallabies. In fact, no place more forcibly reminded me, though on an exceedingly small scale, of the steep spurs and gloomy gorges of the now notorious Strathbogie and King River ranges. The " One Tree Hill," on the other hand, is clear and lightly timbered, and a good view is to be obtained from its summit of the surrounding country for many miles.

Following down the Glenvale road, another farm of 100 acres belonging to Mr. Patton is passed, and then the local post-office and State school come in view. The former occupies a prominent position on the top of a small hill, and the latter - a neat, brick building erected some fifteen years - is situated on its slope. The Glenvale road is now well formed and substantially metalled, but there is not nearly the amount of traffic on it as in past years, when the paling trade was flourishing, and when it constituted one of the principal thoroughfares for carriers taking goods to Benalla, Wangaratta, Beechworth, and many other up-country townships and new " rushes," some of which still exist, while others may now be numbered amongst the "has been" places. So great indeed was the traffic at the period above referred to, and so thoroughly unimproved the road, that it was no uncommon occurrence for bullock drays to be bogged for nearly a day at a time, and I have myself seen over forty bullocks yoked to a dray and unable to pull it out of the quagmire into which it had got stuck up to the axle-bed.

Those were, however, palmy days for the Upper Plenty, and such as will never be seen again.

From almost any point of the Glenvale road a good view can be obtained of the Plenty Ranges, and the ravages committed in the timber on their slopes by bush fires and on the ever-memorable Black Thursday are distinctly traceable by the extensive belts of tall, gaunt, bare-looking trees completely denuded of all foliage which are to be seen here and there amongst the sombre line of ranges encircling the district. Many are the tales told by old residents of the locality of the fearful scene enacted on the never-to-be-forgotten February, 1851.

At that period Mr. Patton, who had settled on the Upper Plenty some years previously, was residing within a short distance of the foot of the mountains, and, consequently, was one of the first who suffered from the fire. It had been raging for nearly three weeks, when, one scorching hot windy day, the flames, leaping from tree to tree, swept irresistibly down on the flats, and spread death and destruction in all directions.

One of the first victims of their relentless power was a carrier, whose camp was surrounded almost in a moment of time. He rushed into the long reeds near a creek to save himself, but though fresh and green the reeds soon got shrivelled, and, catching fire, the unfortunate man became enclosed with a cordon of flames, and was so severely burned that he died soon afterwards. His wife very nearly shared the same fate. In attempting to escape from the camp, she slipped and fell, and her clothes took fire, but she managed to extinguish the flames by rolling over and over on the ground, and then succeeded in reaching a place of safety. In the meantime cattle, horses, and other animals were careering madly about in search of shelter from the remorseless fury which with every gust of wind grew stronger and more terrible in its unbridled wrath. Cattle sank down exhausted after a hard gallop, and with pitiful lowings were roasted to death; while others, scarcely less fortunate, as they still struggled amidst the burning scrub to reach a waterhole or friendly belt of timber, gave vent to their sufferings in roars which could be heard high above the crackling of the flames in the gum trees, or their rapid hiss through the long dry summer grass.

Some of them lived to reach water, but only to meet death in another shape, for many got bogged and were unable to extricate themselves. Almost a whole team of bullocks perished in this way in one place, and many more were afterwards discovered which had met a similar fate. It was about 1 o'clock in the day when' the fire reached Mr. Patton 's farm. Some burning leaves blew across from the tree tops and set fire to the stacks of corn, and after that everything went off quickly. Five hundred bushels of wheat had been threshed in the barn, and a dray was ready loaded to send some to Kilmore, but in a few moments not a vestige remained of the barn, the wheat, or the dray. Just as the dwelling house caught fire, a cotiple of horses walked through from back to front. They belonged to the carrier before referred to, and were evidently stupefied with the smoke and heat. One went and laid down beside the blazing wheat-stack, where his charred remains were afterwards found, and the other was burned to death in the stockyard. After leaving their homestead, Mr. Patton's family sought shelter, a couple of miles farther down, at an hotel belonging to Mr Heffernan, which was then in the course of erection. Many other families, also burned out of house and home, be took themselves to this refuge, the strong brick walls, though not much above 4ft. high, forming a perfect safeguard against the burning leaves and red-hot cinders which ever and anon fell around them.

About 8 o'clock in the day the heat was something dreadful, and the smoke almost suffocating. Man and beast gave in from sheer exhaustion. Birds dropped down from the trees, or fell while on wing, never to rise again. Wild and tame animals and reptiles emerged from their haunts, only to be driven back and burned, or meet the same fate in attempting to escape. Few, indeed, succeeded in getting away. All nature was convulsed, and for a whole day the demon of the bottomless pit reigned triumphantly. Some assert that the thermometer went as high as 200deg., while others say it was even hotter than that ; but, judging from my own experience amoungst bush fees, I should imagine it would be fully up to the above figure, if not beyond it.

During the day some patches of country had been burnt before the fire, which, in one or two cases, by these means, was partially stopped, and a shower of rain falling at dusk, together with the changing of the wind, effectually prevented it from doing any more damage, though thousands of acres of country had been burnt, many homesteads destroyed, and several lives lost. Night came down, and then the scene was one of awful grandeur - the burning trees, logs, and shrubs glaring in the darkness amoungst the blackened surroundings, forming a weird-like picture of misery and desolation.

Even amidst all the horrors of that day and night some ludicrous incidents occurred. Before leaving the burning homestead, one of Mr. Patton's men had placed two or three casks of butter in the creek, thinking they would be safe there from the flames. So they were, but not from the attacks of some pigs which had taken refuge in the water, and made themselves at home on a meal of butter, while the surplus over and above what they digested comfortably went floating down the stream in a, species of thickened oil.

In another instance, a man was galloping away from the fire carrying a baby a few months old before him on the saddle, when he was stopped by an elderly female, who implored him to throw the child away and take up a feather bed she was carrying, which he stoutly refused to do; and consigning the old lady and her feather bed to a warmer climate than even Glenvale on Black Thursday, he put spurs to his horse and " cleared out;" at least, that is his version of the affair. The old lady, however, justifies herself by stating that she only wished the horseman to exchange burdens with her, as the feather bed was proving rather too much of a load to make any speed with in the smoke and heat, and she thought the child could be more easily carried. Which is the more likely story of the two, I leave my readers to judge.


The author of the article is unknown as the Weekly Times refers to them as "Our Travelling Reporter", which often referred to local residents who contributed to the Weekly Times.
Later Marian Elizabeth "May" Patton was known to contribute to the Weekly Times & although only 10 years at the time of this article I can't help but think of a young Lottie Patton.



POLICE CAPTURE THE KELLY GANG IN GLENROWAN: 28 Jun 1880, Glenrowan, Victoria.

Construction of Comet Village, Sawmills & Tramway: 1883, Comet Village, Wandong, Victoria.

William worked on the construction of the Comet Sawmill & Village which was owned by Robert Affleck Robertson who came to Wandong about 1880.

The Comet Mill & Village, built in 1883, was one of the largest mills ever built in Victoria at the time.

This is just after the naming of the township of Wandong, a name which was put forward by F.G. Arkell around 1878. The area previously being known as Dry Creek or Morphett's.

The Comet Village, Sawmills & Tramways were responsible for substantial amount of timber, palings & shingles to the Port Phillip area for the ever-expanding requirements for the development of Melbourne.

Comet Village truly was "a village that built a city."

The Comet Village community housed over 200 people at any one time, not only did they have homes for the married men and their families, they also had boarding house for the single men.

All of our their daily supplies, meat, milk & bread,were delivered via the tramway.

A well-stocked store where they could obtain clothing & groceries was also available.

The Owners Of Comet operate a bakery & slaughterhouse in Wandong to cater for their needs.



PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES: The infamous "BUMP" & "Harry's Nose", 1885, Comet Village, Wandong, Victoria.
The Comet Tramway was approximately 17.7 kilometres (11 miles) long.

Worked with horses it was a narrow-guage (3ft. 6in.) railway. The line was laid with sleepers, and for part of the way was light iron rails. The rest was wooden rails. Two of the horses that used to pull the cars were named M'ria & Smiley.

Pulley's connected to engine driven cables were set at the top of the 250ft (76 metre) high "BUMP" where the car was hitched on to the cable and let down the incline called "Harry's Nose" and over a trestle viaduct, The cables are also used to winch the cars up & down the 1 in 4 incline.

The following is from an article in The Argus, 6th January 1894
"At the Bump the horses are taken out and led around a back way, while the car is hitched on to the cable and let down "Harry's Nose" over a trestle viaduct, turning a sharp corner on the way where the wire rope slips jauntily round grooved pulleys set at an angle of 45 degrees."

It included over 20 trestle bridges, one of them 182 metres (200 yards) long crossed the Westcott Creek at a height of 16,8 metres (55ft.).

The "Bump" was located approximately half-way between the Comet Settlement and Wandong. Approximately 8 kilometres from Wandong.






Red Letter Day for the Comet Village, Sawmill & Tramway: Kilmore Free Press, 9 November 1893, 2 Nov 1893, Comet Village, Wandong, Victoria.
We will not go down without a fight.

Kilmore Free Press, 9 November 1893

COMET
(From A Correspondent)

Thursday last was a red-letter on the "Comet," when almost all the inhabitants proceeded to Melbourne by special train and waited on the Minister of Lands and the Members of the Water Supply Board for the purpose of securing permission to fell timber on the water reserve.

The owners of the Comet Saw Mill, the A.S.T. Co, have lately become aware of the-to them-painful fact their timber supply was rapidly giving out, and that unless the permission to cut on the reserve were granted the Comet Sawmill would soon be a thing of the past. And in addition to this, within the past few months their field of operations has been narrowed by the extension of the reserve for the purpose of protecting the shed of the Kilmore and Wandong water supply. At the very outside the company estimate that another two years will use up all the available timber, and even to get at all this they will be compelled to go to the expense of laying new tramways, etc.

The idea of impressing Mr McIntyre and also Mr Fitzgibbon with the importance and urgency of their claim by a deputation of the inhabitants was suggested by Mr J. Walter, the manager, and was at once taken up by the company and preparations for this unique demonstration began forthwith.

A day having been fixed and a special train arranged for to run from Wandong, Mr Walter set about devising the most comfortable and expeditious means of conveying the people from the Mill to Wandong railway station.

Pay-night was announced for the night before with result that the Manager and Mr Hall (store-keeper and clerk) found themselves overburdened with work. Of course everyone wished to look their best, and so went direct from the pay office to the store, where the demand for hats, boots, and whole suits of clothing, was excessive; however, about midnight the last customer was satisfied and the company recorded a good day in the store.

All now went off for a few hours' sleep to prepare them for the eventful day.

At 3.30 a.m. sharp the whistle aroused the slumberers and bade them prepare for the journey. Then for a few hours all was hurry and bustle. The morning which broke fine and clear, in spite of the ominous threatenings of the night before, gave promise of a lovely day.

Eight trucks were specially fitted up by the indefatigable manager and his assistants and they presented rather an attractive appearance. Seats were arranged back to back along the centre of each car, uprights were fixed with cross battens at the top, and leaves of the Australian palm were then artistically interwoven along the sides and over the tops so as to completely shelter the occupants and give them more the impression of being in neat little summer-houses than anything else.

The Comet Band had been called into requisition and the conductor, Mr G. Smith, had been at great pains to get his performers into good trim. At six o'clock alI was ready and we got under way, the Band opening its programme with " Little Annie Rooney."

Our little town presented quite a deserted appearance, only a few of the wives whom circumstances of one kind or another compelled to remain at home, and three sad-faced children, because they were out of the fun, waved adieu to us as we moved off.

With good steam up we soon reached " Catastrophe Bridge" which spans Wescott creek. The history of that bridge I may tell some future day, but I was conscious of shuddering involuntarily until the last car passed over in safety. This creek supplies perhaps the most striking part of the scenery on the route. It passes down the mountain with a fall of about one in three for a distance of about seven hundred feet, playing hide and seek among the huge boulders and overshadowed by giant ferntrees, and ever and anon scattering its foaming spray high into the air. It is certainly a sight that is not often seen and one calculated to charm any artist. On we came down hills and over creeks, where the clethauis and other wild flowers made the surrounding country quite gay.

At half-pat seven we had reached the " Bump." when the carriages were drawn up the mountain by means of a wire cable attached to the engine which forms part of a kind of saw-mill belonging to the company. Here the passengers were obliged to alight from the cars and wend their way in long procession along the narrow footpath. Forming a column about a quarter of a mile in length in single and double file they reached the summit puffing freely and hastened once more to their seats in the cars.

Another short run and we approached the city of Wandong, and the Band struck up " Over Jordon" and as it was getting warm the drummer took off his hat and tucking up his sleeves went to work with renewed energy, and the people of Wandong, who were on the look-out for our appearance, declared that they had heard the Band distinctly when we were a mile and a half from the town. As we rolled merrily in Mr R. A. Robertson met us and announced refreshments at the Coffes Palace. We found that we had taken just three hours and had had a most enjoyable trip, reaching Wandong at 9 am.

The special train drew up at 11 o'clock, and with greatly supplemented ranks we started for the city, and after lunching at the Victoria Coffee Palace we proceeded up Collins street and were received by Mr McIntyre, the deputation being introduced by Mr McKenzie, M.L.A. Mr McIntyre informed us that he was with us heart and soul but said he could do nothing as the matter lay with Mr Fitzgibbon, and our hearts sank within us as that most unbending of individuals just then entered the room. He reminded us much of the "knight of the rueful countenance" as he listened to our request and then informed us that he could do nothing without his board. Not to be outdone we arranged to wait on this " Water King" and his colleagues, and accordingly special deputation, consisting of Messrs Robertson, Walker, Moody, Gill and others, proceeded to the Board room of the Trust the same afternoon, but guerilla like the old chief with characteristic stubborness and opposition to anything that does not happen to take its rise in his own fertile intellect, crept behind his customary refuge, viz., "That the water which supplied half a million of people must be kept absolutely pure."
But at length he asked that the request be laid before the Board in writing to be dealt with at, some future day. At the same time, lest he should be convinced against his will, he declined the invitation to pay a visit to the spot. Now it is not every one who gets so great a concession from Mr Fitzgibbon, and the deputation feeling that they had scored one point at least look forward to complete success ultimately, and thinking well to be satisfied with small mercies just now returned home in good spirits to watch the progress of the scheme and
await future developments.

There can be no doubt about the fact that a firm which gives employment to so many at the present juncture should have every consideration and encouragement.

The directors of the Australian Timber Seasoning Co. again waited on Mr Fitzgibbon subsequently, and it was then decided that certain members of the Board should visit Wandong and the Comet, and satisfy themselves as to the urgency of the company's request or otherwise, and it is sincerely to be hoped that they will be favorably impressed, and that one of the most genuine and self-supporting of village settlements in the colony will not be broken up.



Comet Mills Tramway Network: 1894.

The Comet Settlement: The Argus, 6 Jan 1894, Comet Village, Wandong, Victoria.

A wonderful account of the Comet Village, Sawmill & Tramway from an article in The Argus, dated 6th of January 1894.

The BUMP, Harry's Nose, Smiler, M'ria and Doctor Livingstone are all in this account.


THE COMET SETTLEMENT.

By A. L. F.

The largest hardwood sawmills in Australia are situated on the Comet Creek on a little plateau in the Plenty Ranges, just about where the waters of the Yarra and the Goulburn part company.

I found myself m the midst of a curious, unique little world, complete and self-sufficing. It is a case of Mahomet going to the mountain and taking all his belongings and traps with him, too. The man who established these mills ten years ago had big ideas and saw that if the timber industry were to be managed successfully he must have a permanent staff of workmen and offer them the chance of comfortable homes and some of the advantages of civilised life

The settlement lies about 2,500ft. above sea level, and is picturesquely situated on the mountain slope, overlooking fern gullies untouched by the tourist's profane hand, while higher up above the moist bed of the numerous creeklets the graceful alsophilas raise their feathery crowns and the wild clematis hangs from tree to tree in creamy festoons. Granite boulders break through the reddish soil, which is poor and uncompromising enough. Even the native grasses are but scanty, and cattle do badly unless hand-fed.

But where the puny grasses can't find a home the stately blue gum, the mountain ash and the messmate thrive, growing with a closer, finer grain than on richer soils.

The trees as they come from the forest are lightly rolled on to the Hoffmann travelling bench, which with the touch of a finger turns these giant logs backwards and forwards under the tender mercies of the twin saws, running 500 revolutions to the minute, ripping oil huge chunks till the log is squared into a respectable-looking block and is sent on its way to undergo other reducing processes till it is turned out as quartering or railway sleepers or timbering for mines to be sent all over the colony, and even as far as Hay and Wagga Wagga. The weekly output is average at 390,000ft. super., which is taken out of 800 logs. The power to run all this machinery comes from an 18in. cylinder horizontal engine with two steel multi-tubular 16ft. boilers. I was told that £10 000 was sunk in plant and buildings.

The mills give employment to about 100 men, for, besides the sawyers, drivers, and artisans, there are nine or ten men constantly out in the forest felling trees.

It happens to be pay day, and one by one the men and boys file in, while the manager and bookkeeper, as each man answers to his name, check off the amount, and pay down the monthly wage, or, rather, the monthly balance, for the £3 5s. 9d. or £2 0s. 11d. that strike my ear as such very odd sums are the final result of an elaborate system of book- keeping, by which each man is debited with his rent or board, advances for stores, parcels, or other items.

I am not allowed to dream in a corner very long, for my energetic cicerone, Mr. Walker, is at my ear with - "Now you must see our stables." And I am taken over a luxurious establishment, or series of establishments, lofty and airy, with accommodation for over seventy horses, the floors strewn with sawdust, which can be daily swept up. "Horses couldn't do our work if they weren't well looked after." says my guide; and he points to the great bins at the far end filled with warm, moist chaff. "It's the waste steam from the engine up at the mills that is sent through the bins. Some of them will bolt their food, and we find this keeps them in good condition." There is plenty of water for cleansing purposes, too, for hosing the horses or supplying the boilers.

The creek has been tapped higher up and a small dam formed, whence water is laid on in pipes to the mills, to the stables, and to every cottage in the settlement.

I did not need to ask who was the moving spirit of this busy little human hive, for I was all the time hearing how Mr. Robertson said this and Mr. Robertson did that, but I was curious to make his acquaintance. While going through the mills he greeted me from Wandong by telephone, saying he was coming up in the evening. Yes, there is a telephone here, the wire runs from tree to tree over little insulators like castors in a rough and ready but efficient fashion.

Mr. Robert Robertson is quite a character. A sturdy block of a man with keen eyes, and overflowing with energy and vitality. A Scotchman by birth, he very early crossed over to America, and spent 15 years of his young manhood in the States and in Canada.
One story he tells of his early struggles which I must give in his own words.
"Twenty-eight years ago one cold December night I wandered down the Bowery in New York not knowing where to raise the money for a bed. I met another raw lad of my own sort in just the same plight, and we walked on together. Presently another joined us, and yet another, till there were eight of us, all young, all friendless, and among the lot not one dime to put on top of another. I suddenly remembered my valise. We pawned it, and that gave the lot bed and breakfast.
We stuck together after that. Sometimes one of us would earn a stray dollar, and the rest went shares. But among the eight was one who was yet to earn world-wide renown. His sole stock-in-trade was a manuscript, 'Adventures in Turkey.'
I went up the stairs of the Herald office with him one day, but James Bennett would have none of it, and we came down again looking pretty blue. He encountered no better luck at the Tribune. At last it was accepted by the New York Times, and on that windfall we live two or three days.
Our party shortly afterwards separated, but to cut the story short, two years ago that once struggling aspirant came to Australia, carrying with him the laurels of Darkest Africa. I wrote to him, recalling the old days, and we met at Menzies', and for an hour we talked - how we talked - over those early struggles and his wonderful career. James Bennett, the father, refused H. M. Stanley's manuscript; James Bennett, the son, marked out his career when he said to him, 'Find Livingstone.'

To return to the Comet. Ten years ago Mr. Robertson, then a sawmiller in the Bullarook Forest, thought he would seek a larger field, and made his way across country into the heart of the Plenty Ranges, taking his portable engine and sawmill plant with him. Having fixed on the best spot - the present site of the mills - the next thing was how to get the timber to the railway, or convey stores to the mountain. There was no road, and the hills were precipitous.

Neither a surveyor nor an engineer, he surveyed and constructed within twelve months a tramway 11 miles long, which has been in use ever since. Although worked with horses it is practically a narrow-guage (3ft. 6in.) railway. It includes over 20 trestle bridges, one of them 200 yards long crosses the Westcott Creek at a height of 55ft.

When built half-way to Wandong the Bump was encountered, a hill 250ft. high. To avoid making a long detour, the line was built for half a mile up the face of the hill at a gradient of 1 in 4, and an engine erected at the top hauls up the loads of timber with a wire cable.

The line is laid with sleepers, and for part of the way is light iron rails. The rest has wooden rails. These, as opportunity permits, are being replaced by iron, which lasts a life-time, whereas the wood is always wearing out, and is a constant expense. Then there are 10 miles or so of lines leading from the mill into the bush in all directions. By-and-by the main line is to be worked with a locomotive.

Last year the mills and traway - indeed the entire settlement were taken over by the Australian Seasoned Timber Company, to be worked in connection with the steam seasoning works at Wandong, but Mr. Robertson remains the practical head of the whole business. Seasoning is a subject by itself, but there is little doubt that in blue gum and mountain ash, properly treated, we have, for decorative carving, a timber rivalling English oak in fineness and beauty of grain.

The manager is always please to show visitors over the settlement, and if he had a couple of days' notice would arrange for a passenger-car to meet the train at Wandong.
It looks a rough affair, but the seats are hung on buggy springs, and there is less jolting than in an ordinary omnibus on city streets. Then, the Canadian driver, who has been seven years on the mountain, takes great pride in his fine pair of horses, harnessed tandem; show how M'ria will shake hands, and relates how the wise Smiler saved all their lives one dark night when a sleeper on the bridge gave way and a false step would have hurled tram and a dozen men, women, and children into the chasm below.

At the Bump the horses are taken out and led around a back way, while the car is hitched on to the cable and let down "Harry's Nose" over a trestle viaduct, turning a sharp corner on the way where the wire rope slips jauntily round grooved pulleys set at an angle of 45 degrees.

The town visitor will enjoy a picturesque ride in mountain air, have a thoroughly Australian welcome at the end of it, and open his eyes probably in astonishment at the big industry and the thriving comfortable little township willi its quaint original flavour and the character all its own that is the boon kind Nature gives in one way or another to those who nestle close to her, and are content to let her mother them.



AUSTRALIA BECOMES A NATION: 1 Jan 1901.

EDMUND BARTON, AUSTRALIA'S FIRST PRIME MINISTER: 1 Jan 1901.

Death Certificate: William Patton, 1909, Wandong, Victoria 3758.

His funeral was held in 1909 in Wandong, Victoria 3758.

William married Charlotte STAFFORD 8,23,25,26,38,40 on 20 Dec 1853 in Castle Hill, Upper Plenty, Victoria.25 Charlotte was born on 8 Jun 1828 in Whissendine, Rutland, England,23,40 died on 10 Apr 1917 in Kilmore, Victoria, Australia23 at age 88, and was buried in Kilmore, Victoria, Australia. The cause of her death was Broken Hip/ Thigh.



Wedding Certificate: William & Charlotte's Marriage Certificate, 20 Dec 1853, Bears Castle, Yan Yean, Victoria.

Wedding Photograph: Bears Castle, 20 Dec 1853, Yan Yean, Victoria, Australia.

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1841: Charlotte resided at Whissendine, Rutland, England. 40

Charlotte immigrated onboard the Marion Moore on 15 Feb 1853 to Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia.
This was the maiden voyage of the Marian Moore out of Liverpool.

Charlotte's husband at the time, Thomas Palethorpe (a Smith), died on the 18th April 1853, only 2 months after having arrived in Australia..

Following the death of Thomas, Charlotte travelled to Yan Yean where she worked as a cook, she was the only "white" woman there. This was at the time when the first water works started to Melbourne.

At the time of her marriage to William she listed her "Usual" residence as being Collingwood, Victoria and included her Rank / Profession being that of Servant.

RESIDENCE: from 1860 to 1870, in Glenvale, Victoria, Australia.

RESIDENCE: from 1870 to 1909, in Dry Creek "Morphett's" Wandong, Victoria.

1903: Charlotte resided at Wandong, Victoria 3758. 26

1909-1914: Charlotte resided at Kilmore, Victoria, Australia. 26

Charlotte's obituary was published in The Age - Obituary on 23 Apr 1917.
Charlotte had a fall and broke her thigh (hip?) sometime prior to her death which would not have contributed to her well-being.
Her son Charles recorded in his obituary that she died as a result of an accident.

Gone Home


PATTON.
On the 10th April, at Kilmore. result ot accident, Charlotte, relict, of the late William Patton, of Upper Plenty and Wandong, and much loved mother of Chas. D. Patton, aged 60 years.
At rest.
Inserted by her sorrowing son and family, Wallan

Children from this marriage were:

+ 719    i. Robert Ninian PATTON 8,23,25 was born on 12 Apr 1855 in Yan Yean, Victoria, Australia23 and died on 1 Mar 1932 in Kilmore, Victoria, Australia23 at age 76.

+ 720    ii. William "Will" PATTON II 8,41 was born on 27 Feb 1857 in Yan Yean, Victoria, Australia,41 died on 30 Dec 1946 in South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia41 at age 89, and was buried in Wallan Cemetery, Wallan, Victoria, Australia.41

+ 721    iii. Charles Douglas PATTON 8,23,24,25,26,42 was born on 27 Dec 1859 in Yan Yean, Victoria, Australia23,42 and died on 17 Jul 1922 in Shaldon Cottage, Wallan East, Victoria, Australia23 at age 62.

+ 722    iv. Charlotte Matilda PATTON was born in 1862 in Upper Plenty, Victoria, Australia and died in 1862 in Upper Plenty, Victoria, Australia.

+ 723    v. Elizabeth Jane "Bessie" PATTON 8,42 was born in 1865 in Upper Plenty, Victoria, Australia,42 died in 1954 in Yarram, Victoria, Australia at age 89, and was buried in Yarram, Victoria, Australia.

+ 724    vi. Charlotte Matilda "Lottie" PATTON 8,23,42 was born on 30 Jun 1870 in Glenvale, Victoria, Australia,23,42 died on 2 Apr 1956 in Kilmore, Victoria, Australia23 at age 85, and was buried in Wallan, Victoria, Australia.

565. Robert Russel PATON 8 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 Mar 1830 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, was christened on 18 Apr 1830 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died before 1888.

Robert Russel, son of Robert & Matilda (Russell) Patton, was the brother to William Patton (1828-1909) who emigrated to Australia.

Little is known of what happened to Robert, albeit that he married Hannah Cairncross Johnston in Edinburgh on the 9th January 1860.

I suspect that Robert's experience onboard the Princess Royal, being indentured in 1847 as a 17 year old and travelling to Hobart, was the catalyst for him later returning to Tasmania after 1861 (although as at 2021 no record can be found) and is what prompted Hannah and Ebenezer to follow him to Tasmania in 1884 from where he may have died or disappeared prior to 1888.

Hannah was the daughter to George & Christina Johnston from Birsay in the Orkney Islands.

On the 26th June 1860 their son Ebenezer Johnston Paton was born.

In 1861 both Hannah and Ebenezer are living in the Sailor's Home in Birsay, Orkney Islands.

Hannah was working as a seamstress in Birsay in 1861.

20 years later, in 1881, both Hannah & Ebenezer were living at 9 Common Stair, St.George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

3 years later, on the 4th October 1884, Hannah Paton and her 24 year old son Ebenezer embarked for Australia onboard the vessel "PORT PHILLIP".

They arrived in Hobart on the 30th November 1884.

In 1888 in Emu Bay, Burnie, Tasmania Hannah Paton remarried to Cillstopher (Christopher?) Heinerick.

By 1890 Ebenezer owned a shop in Burnie where it was reported that a theft occurred at his shop in 1890.

On the 17th June 1891 Ebenezer married 19 year old Ellen Hannah Lapham, daughter of John & Hannah Lapham from Emu Bay, Burnie, Tasmania.

By the 1st of September 1892 Ebenezer and Ellen welcomed their daughter Hannah Ellen into the world. Sadly within 4 days on the 5th November, Ellen passed away, leaving Ebenezer with a young daughter to raise. Ellen was only 20 years of age.

Ebenezer's mother, Hannah, passed away on the 22nd February 1895 in Emu Bay, Burnie, Tasmania.

In 1896 he was living in Beltana, Monmouth, Hobart.

In December 1900 Ebenezer sailed from Hobart to Sydney onboard the "TAMBO".

On the 12th July 1904 Ebenezer remarries to Mary Belinda Sproule in Glebe, New South Wales. Mary is a Tasmanian girl from Snug River, Kingston, Tasmania and is 24 years of age at the time of their marriage.

On the 19th of November 1902, Ebenezer is listed as being "registered" with the New South Wales Department of Fisheries, where it is noted that he gives his age as being 4 years younger than he actually was, at this time he was 42 however he offered his "modified" age as 38.

In 1913 he was living at Nelson's Bay, Durham in New South Wales. It would appear that Ebenezer lived in this area through until his death on the 26th of March, 1929.

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Robert appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

INDENTURED: Princess Royal, 20 Jul 1847, London, England. The Barque Princess Royal, Burthen 250 Tons with it's Master Sinclair arrived in Port Jackson (New South Wales) from the Port of Hobart Town (Tasmania) on the 26th December 1847 just over 5 months after Robert was indentured into service aboard this ship.

Was the Master, Sinclair, a cousin or an Uncle of Robert's?
(This may be the seafaring link between the Patton's, Sinclair's and Russell's resulting in the marriage of Robert's parents Robert & Matilda.)

According to this account on the Heritage Victoria Website, the ship foundered on the Port Lonsdale Reef on the 24 Feb 1849.
Heritage Victoria - Barque Princess Royal


"The Princess Royal was wrecked as a result of the Shortlands Bluff light being moved. Although Captain Sinclair, the master of the vessel, was unaware of this at the time, he had decided to wait off the Heads until daylight before entering the bay and believed he was some distance out to sea. The Princess Royal was a 462-ton, wooden three-masted barque built in Bristol in 1841, and registered in Liverpool, UK. It was felt and yellow metalled and had had some major repairs carried out in 1845, as well as repairs for damage in 1848. Its dimensions are not known. It had sailed from Hong Kong on 17 December 1848 for Sydney, calling into Melbourne to receive orders from its owners Hall & Co. of London. It was carrying a cargo of eight cases of silk, 525 chests, 1011 half-chests and 127 boxes of tea, 4120 bags sugar, three casks of wine and sundries. The Shortlands Bluff light in question had been moved from the top of its usual tower on to a platform between two of the pilots houses, where it could be obscured by the tower. Captain Sinclair was unaware of this when he went below with orders to the chief mate to heave to as soon as the light was seen. At 3 a.m. on the morning of 24 February, in a heavy gale from the south-south-west and with an ebb tide, the Princess Royal struck the outer edge of the Lonsdale Reef three times, and broke in two on the third occasion. The captain and crew were lucky to escape with their lives as they had barely time to launch the boats. The vessel broke up immediately and little cargo was saved apart from a few tea chests, a small quantity of silk and a box of letters that floated on to shore. Captain Sinclair in a letter to the Lloyds agent wrote that "... the cause of this disaster is the light being placed on the inner island of the outer head, which serves as a meteor to lead a stranger into danger, instead of a guide to safety." However, the editor of the Geelong Advertiser was scathing in his judgement of the captain stating, "it is an undeniable fact...that no wreck has ever occurred on the shores of Port Philip which was not attributable to the ignorance, incapacity or recklessness of the captain or officer in charge...the Princess Royal was cast upon the rocks by a captain who saw the light, but, on his own confession, did not know where it was!" The vessel had totally disappeared by 1 March, and was reportedly insured along with the cargo. The remains of the hull sold for £20. Identifiable remains of the wreck of the Princess Royal have not been located nor reported."

Robert married Hannah Cairncross JOHNSTON on 9 Jan 1860 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Hannah was born in 1832 in Birsay, Orkney, Scotland and died on 22 Feb 1895 in Emu Bay, Burnie, Tasmania. Australia. at age 63.


Name: Hannah Heinrich
Birth Year: abt 1835
Age: 60
Death Date: 22 Feb 1895
Death Place: Tasmania
Registration Year: 1895
Registration Place: Emu Bay, Tasmania
Registration Number: 145

Events

RESIDENCE: Sailor's Home, in 1861, in Birsay, Orkney, Scotland.

1881: Hannah was employed as, Seamstress, in Birsay, Orkney, Scotland.

RESIDENCE: 9 Common Stair,, in 1881, in St George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Emigrated: Departed onboard the vessel "Port Phillip", on 4 Oct 1884, in London, Middlesex, England.

Arrival: Onboard the vessel, "Port Phillip", 30 Nov 1884, Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia.
Name: Hannah Paton
Estimated birth year: abt 1834
Age: 50
Arrival Date: 30 Nov 1884
Arrival Port: Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia
Departure Port: London
Ship: Port Phillip

The child from this marriage was:

+ 725    i. Ebenezer Johnston "Johnston" PATON was born on 26 Jun 1860 in Birsay, Orkney, Scotland, died on 26 Mar 1929 in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales at age 68, and was buried after 26 Mar 1929 in Nelson's Bay, Durham, New South Wales, Australia.

566. John Dunn PATTON 16,17,19,29 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 Apr 1831 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,16,17,19,29 was christened on 28 Apr 1831 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 26 Jan 1914 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland at age 82.

The following notes were discovered in a family member's research documents.

Death of John Dunn Patton
St. George, Edinburgh 685 1 / 74

John Dunn Patton, waterworks contractor, retired, widower of Christina Rollo, died 26th January 1914 at 2 Carlton Street, Edinburgh. Aged 82/
Son of Robert Maxwell Patton, writer deceased and Matilda Russell deceased.
Cause: senile heart failure
Informant: Robert M. Patton, his son, Edina House, Newbigging, Musselburgh.

John Dunn Patton is shown as being a "Law Clerk"

Events

John appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1871: John resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 16 John was listed as being a Builder's Clerk in this census.

1881: John resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 17 John was listed as being a Contractor's Clerk in this census.

1891: John resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 19

1901: John resided at Edinburgh St Bernard, Midlothian, Scotland. 29

John married Christina Marshall ROLLO 10,16,17,19,22 on 19 Jan 1857 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Christina was born on 12 May 1834 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland,10,16,17,19,22 was christened on 12 May 1834 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, and died in 1903 at age 69.

The following article reference was located in a family members research documents

Marriage of John D. Patton and Christina Rollo
Castle & Portsburgh, Edinburgh (685 3 /12)

On the 19th January 1857 at 13 George Square, marriage after banns was solemnised between us according to the forms of the Church of Scotland -
John D. Patton , aged 23, of 2 Mackenzie Place, Edinburgh, bachelor.
Son of Robert Patton, writer and Matilda Russell
AND
Christine Rollo, aged 22, spinster, daughter of Robert Rollo, merchant and Christina M'intosh.
Witnesses: Charles Patton and Chas. Jas. Hayes Mailor.

Events

1841: Christina resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 22

1851: Christina resided at Edinburgh St George, Midlothian, Scotland. 10

1871: Christina resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 16

1881: Christina resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 17

1891: Christina resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 19

Children from this marriage were:

+ 726    i. Christina Ann PATTON 16,17 was born on 7 Dec 1857 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.16,17

+ 727    ii. Doris Agnes Clow PATTON 16,17 was born on 28 Apr 1861 in Leith, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.16,17

+ 728    iii. Robert Maxwell PATTON 16,17,19,29 was born on 11 Feb 1863 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland16,17,19,29 and died on 31 Aug 1943 in 117 Newbigging, Musselburgh at age 80.

+ 729    iv. Edward Purves PATTON 16,17,19 was born on 21 Feb 1867 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.16,17,19

+ 730    v. Johanna Dunn PATTON was born on 9 Jan 1871.

+ 731    vi. John Dunn PATTON II 12,17,19,29 was born on 23 Mar 1872 in Athol Cresent, Edinburgh, Scotland17,19,29 and died on 20 Oct 1905 in Colinton, Midlothian, Scotland at age 33.

+ 732    vii. Jessie Rollo PATTON 17,19,29 was born in 1875 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.17,19,29

+ 733    viii. Elizabeth PATTON 17,19 was born in 1877 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.17,19

+ 734    ix. Agnes Burns "Aggie" PATTON 19,29,43,44,45 was born on 4 Jul 1881 in Edinburgh St George, Midlothian, Scotland.19,29,43,44,45


567. James Douglas PATTON (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 25 Aug 1832 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland and died before 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.


James was not listed on the 1841 census with his siblings and it is based on this that he is marked as deceased until further evidence arises.

Events

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

568. Elizabeth Jane PATTON 8,10,11,16,17,19 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 Aug 1833 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,10,11,16,17,19 was christened on 15 Sep 1833 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died before 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.


Name: Elizabeth Jane Patton
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 30 Aug 1833
Baptism Date: 15 Sep 1833
Baptism Place: Kirkwall and St Ola,Orkney,Scotland
Father: Robert Patton
Mother: Matilda Russell
FHL Film Number: 990505


Elizabeth was not listed on the 1841 census with her siblings and it is based on this that she is marked as deceased until further evidence arises.

569. Russell PATTON 8,10 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 5 Jul 1835 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,10 was christened on 26 Jul 1835 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 21 Dec 1876 in Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa at age 41.

Events

Russell appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1851: Russell resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1859: Russell was employed as, Law Clerk, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

WORKERS WANTED IN THE GAMBIA, AFRICA: The Orkney Herald, 15 Mar 1864, Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.
THE APPLICANTS for the Situations of BOOK-KEEPER and CLERK for the GAMBIA, West Africa, who have not yet lodged testimonials as to character, ability, &c, are requested to do so immediately.
Address (post paid) "J.C.," Herald Office, Kirkwall

EMPLOYED IN THE GAMBIA, AFRICA: Book-keeper or Clerk, in 1875, in Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa.
Russell & Ninian, were at Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa at the same time. Did Ninian return to Scotland prior to 1870 due to illness?

"British domination of the riverine areas seemed assured after 1857, but the increasing importance of peanut cultivation in Senegal prompted a new imperialism. By 1880 France controlled Senegal; in the 1870s the British attempted twice to trade the Gambia to France, but opposition at home and in the Gambia foiled these plans. Complicating matters was the series of religious conflicts, called the Soninke-Marabout Wars, lasting a half century. Only one Muslim leader, Maba, emerged who could have unified the various kingdoms, but he was killed in 1864. By 1880 the religious aspect had all but disappeared, and the conflicts were carried on by war chiefs such as Musa Mollah, Fodi Silla, and Fodi Kabba."
Source - http://resourcepage.gambia.dk/enc_hist.htm

Perhaps Ninian was lucky to escape with his life, given the death of his brother Russell.

This area of Africa was extremely volatile at this time and whilst it is not know what led to Russell's death, an uprising within this area would not have been unlikely given the political environment.

History of Bathurst River.

In 1816, Alexander Grant, the British commandant, founded Banjul as a trading post and base for suppressing the slave trade. The British renamed Banjul Island as St. Mary's Island and first named Bathurst after The 3rd Earl Bathurst, Secretary of State for War and the Colonies at the time. The name was changed to Banjul in 1973

1870: Russell resided at Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa.

Russell's obituary was published in the John O'Groat Journal - Obituary on 16 Aug 1877.
DEATHS

At Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa, on the 21st December last, Russell Patton, fifth son of the late Robert Patton, solicitor, Kirkwall.

Russell married Elizabeth "Betsey" GILLIES on 7 Sep 1859 in 1 Young Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.46 Elizabeth was born in 1831 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Marriage Details: 7 Sep 1859, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 46
The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Brown (Minister), Helen Gillies and W R Margaret (sic).

Events

1841: Elizabeth resided at Bailie Fyfes Close Edinburgh Trinity College Midlothian Scotland. 47

1851: Elizabeth was employed as, Sewer, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 48

1861: Elizabeth resided at Islington, Middlesex, England. Betsey was staying with her sister Margaret & Brother-in-law on the night of the 1861 Census.

1861 Census

Name: Betsey Patton
Age: 28
Estimated birth year: 1833
Relation: Sister-in-law
Gender: Female
Where born: Edinboros Mid Teshire
Civil Parish: Islington
Ecclesiastical parish: St Jude
County/Island: Middlesex
Country: England


John Lessels 27
Margaret Lessels 26
John Lessels 2
George H Lessels 11/12
Betsey Patton 28
James Lessels 20

RESIDENCE: in 1870, in Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 735    i. PATTON was born on 17 Jun 1860 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and was christened on 17 Jun 1860.

570. Jane Isabel PATTON 8,10,11,16 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 17 Mar 1837 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland10,11,16 and was christened on 7 May 1837 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

Events

Jane appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1851: Jane resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1861: Jane resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 11

1871: Jane resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 16

Jane married James GRAHAM on 8 Apr 1871 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. James was born about 1830.


Dundee Courier - Tuesday 11 April 1871

MARRIAGES.

At Edinburgh, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Principal Candlish, Mr JAMES GRAHAM, writer, Edinburgh, to Jane, second surviving daughter of the late Mr Robert Patton, writer, Kirkwall and at the same time, Mr ROBERT PATON, London, to Ellenor, fourth surviving daughter of the late Mr Robert Patton.

It is believed that James was a Writer to the Signet in Dumfries.

Events

1871: James was employed as, Writer to the Signet (Solicitor), in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

571. Charles Ninian PATTON (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 31 Jul 1838 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, was christened on 12 Aug 1838 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died before 1840 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

Events

Charles appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

572. May Ellinor PATTON 10,11,16 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 29 Aug 1839 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland10,11,16 and died before 1871.

Events

May appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1851-1861: May resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

573. Charles Purves PATTON 8,10 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1840 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.10

Events

Charles appeared in the household of Robert PATTON Esq; Writer to the Signet in the High Street census in 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

1851: Charles resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

574. Ninian Purves PATTON 8,10,20,25 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 6 Mar 1840 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland,10,20 was christened on 3 Jan 1841 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 26 Feb 1870 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland at age 29.

Events

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1851: Ninian resided at Main Street, Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

WORKERS WANTED IN THE GAMBIA, AFRICA: The Orkney Herald, on 15 Mar 1864, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

He travelled circa 1865 in Africa.

EMPLOYED IN THE GAMBIA, AFRICA: Book-keeper or Clerk, in 1865, in Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa.
Russell & Ninian, were at Bathurst River, Gambia, Africa at the same time. Did Ninian return to Scotland prior to 1870 due to illness?

"British domination of the riverine areas seemed assured after 1857, but the increasing importance of peanut cultivation in Senegal prompted a new imperialism. By 1880 France controlled Senegal; in the 1870s the British attempted twice to trade the Gambia to France, but opposition at home and in the Gambia foiled these plans. Complicating matters was the series of religious conflicts, called the Soninke-Marabout Wars, lasting a half century. Only one Muslim leader, Maba, emerged who could have unified the various kingdoms, but he was killed in 1864. By 1880 the religious aspect had all but disappeared, and the conflicts were carried on by war chiefs such as Musa Mollah, Fodi Silla, and Fodi Kabba."
Source - http://resourcepage.gambia.dk/enc_hist.htm


Perhaps Ninian was lucky to escape with his life, given the death of his brother Russell.

This area of Africa was extremely volatile at this time and whilst it is not know what led to Russell's death, an uprising within this area would not have been unlikely given the political environment.

History of Bathurst River.

In 1816, Alexander Grant, the British commandant, founded Banjul as a trading post and base for suppressing the slave trade. The British renamed Banjul Island as St. Mary's Island and first named Bathurst after The 3rd Earl Bathurst, Secretary of State for War and the Colonies at the time. The name was changed to Banjul in 1973



Ninian's obituary was published in the Orkney Herald on 8 Mar 1870.

575. Elizabeth Jane PATTON 8,10,11 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 8 Apr 1842 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland10,11 and was christened on 24 Apr 1842 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.


Name: Elizabeth Jane Patton
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 8 Apr 1842
Baptism Date: 24 Apr 1842
Baptism Place: Kirkwall and St Ola,Orkney,Scotland
Father: Robert Patton
Mother: Matilda Russel
FHL Film Number: 990505

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Events

1851: Elizabeth resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1861: Elizabeth resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

RESIDENCE: Victoria Street, in 1861, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

576. Eleanor PATTON (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 3 Nov 1843 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland and died on 19 Nov 1884 in London, Middlesex, England at age 41.

Events

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Victoria Street, in 1861, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

RESIDENCE: in 1881, in St Pancras, Middlesex, England.

Eleanor's obituary was published in the Banffshire Journal, Aberdeenshire Mail, Moray, Nairn, and Inverness Review, and Northern Farmer on 25 Nov 1884.
Banffshire Journal, Aberdeenshire Mail, Moray, Nairn, and Inverness Review, and Northern Farmer, Tuesday, November 25, 1884

At London, on the 19th instant, Ellinor, wife of Robert Paton, and daughter of the late Robert Patton, solicitor, Kirkwall.

Eleanor married Robert PATON on 8 Apr 1871 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Robert was born on 10 Jun 1844 in Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland and died in Sep 1909 in Lambeth, London, England at age 65.


Dundee Courier - Tuesday 11 April 1871

MARRIAGES.

At Edinburgh, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Principal Candlish, Mr JAMES GRAHAM, writer, Edinburgh, to Jane, second surviving daughter of the late Mr Robert Patton, writer, Kirkwall and at the same time, Mr ROBERT PATON, London, to Ellenor, fourth surviving daughter of the late Mr Robert Patton.

Events

1851: Robert resided at Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland.

1861: Robert resided at Whitburn, Linlithgowshire.

1881: Robert resided at St Pancras, Middlesex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 736    i. Thomas PATON was born in 1873 in New Yorkshire (BS), America.

+ 737    ii. Matilda PATON was born on 31 Oct 1874 in Central District, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

+ 738    iii. Agnes PATON was born in 1877 in Scotland.

+ 739    iv. Robert PATON was born in 1879 in St Pancras, Middlesex, England.

+ 740    v. Jane PATON was born on 15 Feb 1882 in St Pancras, Middlesex, England.

577. Edward PATTON 8,10,11,16 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 1 Apr 1845 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland10,11,16 and died on 16 Dec 1877 in San Francisco, California, USA9 at age 32.

Abstracts from the Coroner's Report of Decedents' Property from the 1877-1878 San Francisco Municipal Report</b>

Twenty dollars (gold coin), 95 cents (silver coin). January 17, 1878: Delivered to Lockhard & Porter to defray funeral expenses, as authorized by Resolution No. 11,893, Board of Supervisors.

Source - http://www.sfgenealogy.com/sf/cr78.htm\\f3


San Francisco municipal reports Fiscal Year 1877-78, Ending June 30, 1878

Edward Patton
Wong Si Too


Colt's revolver, dirk knife. January 17, 1878:
Delivered coin (20 75) to Lockhart & Porter to
defray funeral expenses, as authorized by Resolu-
tion No. 11,893, Board of Supervisors. Balance re-
tained in Coroner's office as evidence in the case.

Twenty dollars (gold coin), 95 cents (silver coin). Jan-
uary 17, 1878: Delivered to Lockhart & Porter to
defray funeral expenses, as authorized "by Reso-
lution No. 11,893, Board of Supervisors.

Purse containing 75 cents, two baggage checks, match-


Source - https://archive.org/stream/sanfranciscomuni77sanfrich/sanfranciscomuni77sanfrich_djvu.txt

It would appear that a Chinaman was somehow involved at the time of Edward's death and that he too died.

From the same source above we find .......

Dec 18 1877 Wong Si Too - Purse containing 75 cents, two baggage checks, match box, salve-box and papers. December 18th: Delivered to N. Gray & Co., at request of LEE TEI QUAN, President Teong Wo Co.

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1851: Edward resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1861: Edward resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

RESIDENCE: Victoria Street, in 1861, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

1871: Edward resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 16

578. Agnes Burns PATON 10,11,16,17,19,29,30,31 (Robert Esq; Writer to the Signet458, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 22 May 1847 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland10,11,16,17,19,29,30,31 and died on 19 Nov 1937 in 155 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, Scotland at age 90.

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1851: Agnes resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

RESIDENCE: Main Street, in 1851, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 10

1861: Agnes resided at Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

1871: Agnes resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 16

RESIDENCE: Victoria Street, in 1861, in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland. 11

1891: Agnes resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 31

1881: Agnes resided at Edinburgh St Giles, Midlothian, Scotland. 30

1901: Agnes resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 29

Agnes married William STEELL 8,17,19,22,29,31,49 on 2 Jun 1875 in St George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. William was born on 14 Sep 183617,19,22,29,31,49 and died on 2 Jun 1917 in 216 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, Scotland at age 80.

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Son of Sir John Robert Steell, renowned Scottish Sculpto, 1836, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. William was an Architect
William was also the son of reknowned Scottish Sculptor's, Sir John Rober Steell. One William's few forays from Architecture into the art world of Sculpturing was the pedestal for Sir John's statue of Dr Thomas Chalmers on George Street in Edinburgh.

Below are some notes about William's father, Sir John Robert Steell..............

Sir John Robert Steell who was born in Aberdeen, but his family moved to 5 Calton Hill in Edinburgh in 1806.[2] He was one of the thirteen children (eleven surviving beyond infancy) of John Steell senior (1779-1849), a carver and guilder, and Margaret Gourlay, the daughter of William Gourlay, a Dundee shipbuilder. As the family grew they moved to a larger house at 20 Calton Hill.[3] Due to his father's own fame as a sculptor, for much of his early working career he is referred to as John Steel Junior.

Steell initially followed his father, training to be a carver himself, being apprenticed in 1818. In 1819 his father was declared bankript by the Trades of Calton, bringing much shame on the family.[4] However, John junior showed artistic talent, and despite this, the family sent him to study art at the Trustees Academy in Edinburgh, under Andrew Wilson.

Working with his father from studios at 6 Hanover Street his first major step came in 1827 when the North British Fire Insurance Company, at 1 Hanover Street, commissioned a huge timber statue of St Andrew to be placed on the outside of their office. The work appears closely based on a sketch of a statue of St Andrew in Rome by François Duquesnoy. As the office stood immediately opposite the Royal Scottish Academy it was quickly noticed by Edinburgh's artistic society, and acknowledged as a fine work. In 1829, spurred on by the success of this work, he travelled to Rome to study sculpture more intensely.

The first work to attract international attention was Alexander taming Bucephalus carved in 1832'9633 (cast in bronze in 1883, and now standing in the quadrangle of Edinburgh City Chambers). Around 1838 he was appointed as Sculptor to Her Majesty the Queen, a post which was later recognised as part of the Royal Household in Scotland.[7] In 1840 he opened Scotland's first foundry on Grove Street in Edinburgh, dedicated to sculpture, in order to cast his statue of Wellington himself.

In 1854 he commissioned a new house for himself at 24 Greenhill Gardens and lived there for the rest of his life. His fame by then was international, receiving commissions from the United States, Canada and New Zealand. Prior to this he had lived at 3 Randolph Place on the edge of the Moray Estate in Edinburgh's West End.

He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy, and was knighted in 1876 following the unveiling, by Queen Victoria, of his statue The Prince Consort, which stands in the centre of Charlotte Square in Edinburgh.

Sir John Robert Steell died at home, 24 Greenhill Gardens in Edinburgh's southern suburbs, on 15 September 1891 and is buried in an unmarked grave in Edinburgh's Old Calton Cemetery. This grave was purchased by his father John Steell senior and many members of the Steell and Gourlay families are also interred there.


Sir John Robert Steell's works include:

a wooden statue of St Andrew in the Dalkeith Kilwinning No. X masonic lodge, Dalkeith (1827) - the work originally at 1 Hanover Street in Edinburgh.
a bust of Wardlaw Ramsay in the Scottish Missionary Society Hall, Edinburgh, 1838
the statue of Sir Walter Scott sitting with his dog Maida under the Scott Monument, carved 1840'9646 from a single 30 ton block of Carrara marble.
a stone statue of Queen Victoria on top of the Royal Scottish Academy (originally called Edinburgh's Royal Institution), 1844.
a bust of the Duke of Wellington at Eton College, 1845.
a bust of the Duke of Wellington at Apsley House, 1846.
pediment of the Head Office of the Bank of Montreal in Montreal, 1847.
a statue of artist Allan Ramsay at the foot of The Mound in Edinburgh, 1850.
a bronze equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington outside Register House in Edinburgh, 1852. When it was unveiled the press dubbed the statue "the Iron Duke in bronze by Steell".
the gravestone of Professor John Wilson in Dean Cemetery in Edinburgh, 1854.
a statue of Professor John Wilson in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, 1856.
a statue of Lord Melville the centrepiece of Melville Street in Edinburgh, 1857.
a bust of Lord Cockburn standing in Parliament House, Edinburgh, 1857.
a statue of Lord Jeffrey also in Parliament House, 1857.
a bust of Sir John McNeill, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 1859.
a bronze bust of Florence Nightingale, on display at Derby Museum and Art Gallery, Derby, 1862.[14]
a monument to the Duke of Atholl at Blair Atholl, Perth, 1864.
a statue of Lord Dalhousie in Calcutta, 1864.
a monument to soldiers from the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders regiment who fell in the Crimean War, situated in Glasgow Cathedral, 1869.
a seated statue of Scottish national poet Robert Burns in Central Park, New York City, 1871.
a monument to Dean Ramsay east of St John's Church, on Princes Street Edinburgh, 1875.
a bust of Thomas de Quincey in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 1876.
a statue of Prince Albert (entitled The Prince Consort) in Charlotte Square in Edinburgh, 1876.
a statue of Robert Burns in Dunedin, New Zealand, 1877.
a statue of Dr. Thomas Chalmers in George Street, Edinburgh, 1878.
a bust of Warburton Begbie in the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 1879.
a seated statue of Sir Walter Scott in Central Park, New York City, 1880.
a statue of Robert Burns in Dundee, 1880.
a statue of Robert Burns on the Embankment in London, 1884.
a bust of Robert Burns in Westminster Abbey, 1885.
a bronze bas relief funerary panel of Lord and Lady Rutherfurd, and later a marble bust of Lady Rutherfurd, modelled after her death mask
a bust of Earl Grey in the Council Chambers, Edinburgh.
the statue Alexander taming Bucephalus in the courtyard in front of Edinburgh's City Chambers
a statue of early Scottish parliamentarian George Kinloch in Dundee

Source - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Steell

1841: William resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 22

1861: William resided at Toxteth Park, Lancashire, England. 49

1881: William resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 17

1891: William resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 31

1901: William resided at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. 29

Children from this marriage were:

+ 741    i. Margaret STEELE 30,31 was born about 1874 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.30,31

+ 742    ii. Agnes STEELL 17,19 was born on 28 Mar 1876 in 18 Clarence Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.17,19

+ 743    iii. Matilda Russell STEELL was born on 14 Aug 1877 in 18 Clarence Street, Edinburgh, Scotland and died on 27 Aug 1877.

+ 744    iv. John STEELL 17,19,30,31,50,51 was born on 21 Jul 1879 in 11 Clarence Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.17,19,30,31,50,51

+ 745    v. Thomas STEELE 30,31 was born circa 1881 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.30,31

+ 746    vi. William STEELL 17,19,31,52 was born on 11 Apr 1882 in 11 Clarence Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.17,19,31,52

+ 747    vii. Jane STEELE 30,31 was born about 1878 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.30,31

+ 748    viii. Henry STEELE 30,31 was born about 1880 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.30,31

+ 749    ix. Charles STEELE 31 was born about 1887 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.31

+ 750    x. Elizabeth Graham STEELL 19,29 was born in 1888 in 11 Clarence Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.19,29

579. Eliza PATTON (Richard John462, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 13 Dec 1833 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, was christened on 29 Dec 1833 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and died on 27 Apr 1896 in High Street, Leigh, Essex, England at age 62.

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1851: Eliza resided at Saint Olave Hart Street, Middlesex, England.

Eliza married George William DAWSON in Jan 1868 in St.Giles, Middlesex, England.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 751    i. Charles William DAWSON .

580. Ann Sinclair PATTON (Richard John462, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 Feb 1835 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland and was christened on 19 Feb 1835 in Kirkwall & St Ola, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland.

581. Jesse PATTON 12 (Richard John462, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 21 Jul 1837 and was christened on 13 Aug 1837 in Saint George in The East, Stepney, London, England.

582. William Richard PATTON 12,13,14,15,33 (Richard John462, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in Jan 1846 in St. Olave Hart Street, London, England13,14,15,33 and was christened on 29 Mar 1846 in St. Mary, Whitechapel, Stepney, London, England.33

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1861: William resided at Newington St Mary, Surrey, England. 14

1871: William resided at 6 Champion Terrace, Grove Lane,, Camberwell, St.Giles, London-Surrey, England. 15

583. Matilda Emily PATTON 12,13,14,34,35,36,37,38,39 (Richard John462, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1848 in Toner St, London, England Whitechapel St Mary,13,14,34,35,36,37 was christened on 16 Apr 1848 in Whitechapel St Mary, England, and died on 3 Feb 1933 in Anerley, Kent, England at age 85.

Married on Apr 1868
Married at Camberwell, London

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1861: Matilda resided at Newington St Mary, Surrey, England. 14

1871: Matilda resided at Gravesend, Kent, England. 35

1881: Matilda resided at Camberwell, London, England. 36

1891: Matilda resided at St George the Martyr, London, England. 34

1904: Matilda resided at Southwark West, England. 39

Matilda married Edward SCHOLEY 12,35 in 1868. Edward was born circa 1839 in Bermondsey, Surrey, England35 and died in Jul 1873 in London, Middlesex, England aged about 34.

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1871: Edward resided at Gravesend, Kent, England. 35

Children from this marriage were:

+ 752    i. Grace Matilda Emily SCHOLEY 12,35,36 was born in Apr 1869 in Camberwell, Surrey, England35,36 and died in Mar 1949 in Surrey Mid Eastern, Surrey, England at age 79.

+ 753    ii. Blanche Jessie Maud SCHOLEY 12,34,35,36 was born in Dec 1870 in Walworth St Peter, Newington, Surrey, England.34,35,36

Matilda next married Thomas JAMES 34,36 in 1871. Thomas was born circa 1841 in Stansdorey, Wales.34,36

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1881: Thomas resided at Camberwell, London, England. 36

1891: Thomas resided at St George the Martyr, London, England. 34

Children from this marriage were:

+ 754    i. Grace Matilda Emily SCHOLEY 12,35,36 was born in Apr 1869 in Camberwell, Surrey, England35,36 and died in Mar 1949 in Surrey Mid Eastern, Surrey, England at age 79.

+ 755    ii. Blanche Jessie Maud SCHOLEY 12,34,35,36 was born in Dec 1870 in Walworth St Peter, Newington, Surrey, England.34,35,36

+ 756    iii. David W. JAMES 36 was born about 1872 in Camberwell, Surrey, England.36

+ 757    iv. Florence C. JAMES 34,36 was born circa 1872 in Gerys Inn Rd, London, England.34,36

+ 758    v. Daisy JAMES 34 was born circa 1884 in Peckham; Camberwell.34

584. Alice Mitchell PATTON 12,14,15 (Richard John462, William321, John Dunn227, James143, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in Apr 1851 in Walworth St Peter, Newington, Surrey, England14,15 and was christened on 8 Jun 1851 in Walworth St Peter, Newington, Surrey, England.

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1861: Alice resided at Newington St Mary, Surrey, England. 14

1871: Alice resided at Camberwell, Surrey, England. 15

RESIDENCE: 6 Champion Terrace, Grove Lane,, in 1871, in Camberwell, St.Giles, London-Surrey, England. 15

585. James Wesley PATTON (Richard466, Richard327, James231, Andrew145, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1812 in Butler County, Ohio, USA and died in 1884 in Johnson County, Arkasas, USA at age 72.

James married Sarah R. COLVILLE. Sarah was born in 1810 in Kentucky, USA and died on 12 Jun 1872 in Johnson County, Arkasas, USA at age 62.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 759    i. George W.R. PATTON was born in Dec 1840 in Ohio, USA and died on 8 Nov 1924 in Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 83.


586. George Smith PATTON II (George Smith I (Col.)468, John Mercer (Acting Gov.)332, Robert William232, James150, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 Sep 1856 in Charleston, Kanawha, Virginia, United States, died on 10 Jun 1927 in Lake Vineyard Ranch, Los Angeles, California, United States at age 70, and was buried in San Gabriel, Los Angeles, California, USA.

George became a prominent lawyer and married into the wealthy family of Benjamin Davis Wilson.

George married Ruth WILSON.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 760    i. Gen. George Smith PATTON III, WWII American General was born on 11 Nov 1885 in San Gabriel, Los Angeles, California, USA, died on 21 Dec 1945 in Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure after traffic accident ) at age 60, and was buried in Hamm, Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

587. Eleanor Thornton PATTON (George Smith I (Col.)468, John Mercer (Acting Gov.)332, Robert William232, James150, William (PATOUN)89, Matthew (Australia / USA Connection)68, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1857 and died in 1937 at age 80.

Eleanor married Thomas Bruen BROWN in 1879.

588. Charity Elizabeth PATTON (John Harper469, Robert III346, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 4 Oct 1841 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 6 Dec 1929 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA at age 88, and was buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 78945902}

Charity married Robert Patton Harrison SISK. Robert was born on 12 Feb 1841, died on 12 May 1899 at age 58, and was buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 196042013}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 761    i. John Marion SISK was born on 27 Jul 1864, died on 15 Jun 1954 in Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 89, and was buried in Dysartsville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 19879207}

+ 762    ii. Robert Freelam SISK was born on 30 Aug 1866, died on 23 Nov 1935 at age 69, and was buried in Cool Springs Cemetery, Forest City, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 72894032}

+ 763    iii. Jannie H. SISK was born on 8 Jan 1869 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 25 Apr 1919 in Mount Holly, Gaston County, North Carolina, USA at age 50, and was buried in Mount Holly City Cemetery, Mount Holly, Gaston County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 158871455}

+ 764    iv. Mary Elizabeth SISK was born on 31 Jul 1870 in Dysartsville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA, died on 3 Nov 1933 in Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 63, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 84023991}

+ 765    v. Margaret SISK was born on 4 Oct 1872 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 30 Oct 1957 in Rutherford College, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 85, and was buried in Glen Alpine Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 109715743}

+ 766    vi. Harriet Vashtie SISK was born on 30 Aug 1874, died on 24 Nov 1959 at age 85, and was buried in Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, South Carolina, USA. {FGID: 64098133}

+ 767    vii. Carrie Patton SISK was born on 9 Jul 1876, died on 20 May 1930 at age 53, and was buried in Glen Alpine Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 117046935}

+ 768    viii. Allie SISK was born on 11 Sep 1879 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 25 May 1955 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 75, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 60111747}

+ 769    ix. William Benjamin "Ben" SISK was born on 9 Sep 1881 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 2 Apr 1943 in Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 61, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 84024078}

589. Rachel C. PATTON (John Harper469, Robert III346, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 Aug 1846 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 24 May 1930 in Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 83, and was buried on 25 May 1930 in Providence Unite Methodist Church Cemetery, Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 66106094}

Some records have Rachel listed as being born on the 7 Aug 1846 and others on the 7 Sep 1846,

Rachel married Marion M. SISK. Marion was born on 13 Sep 1842, died on 7 Apr 1914 at age 71, and was buried in Providence Unite Methodist Church Cemetery, Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 66106025}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 770    i. John Hosea SISK was born on 5 Oct 1866 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 18 Oct 1928 in Cass County, Missouri, USA at age 62, and was buried in Garden City Cemetery, Garden City, Cass County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 20185658}

590. Frances Isabella PATTON (John Harper469, Robert III346, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 May 1849 in Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA, died on 22 Jun 1930 in Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 81, and was buried in Nebo Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53906277}

Frances married Zachary Taylor ANDERSON in 1871. Zachary was born on 21 May 1849 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 26 Mar 1938 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA at age 88, and was buried in Nebo Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53917320}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 771    i. Mary Frances ANDERSON was born on 12 Oct 1871 in North Carolina, USA, died on 26 Oct 1957 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 86, and was buried in Nebo Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 135529989}

+ 772    ii. Elizabeth Annie "Lizzi" ANDERSON was born on 3 Nov 1872 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 29 Oct 1941 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA at age 68, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 66255424}

+ 773    iii. Maggie C. ANDERSON was born on 8 Feb 1876 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 17 Jun 1942 in Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 66, and was buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53923310}

+ 774    iv. Alfred Taylor ANDERSON was born on 7 Apr 1877, died on 4 Mar 1960 at age 82, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 59241957}

+ 775    v. Nora Jane ANDERSON was born on 10 Nov 1879 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 18 Sep 1943 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 63, and was buried in Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53925106}

+ 776    vi. William Madison ANDERSON was born on 20 Jun 1881, died on 20 Mar 1951 at age 69, and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 83169471}

+ 777    vii. Sarah L. ANDERSON was born on 8 Jul 1884, died on 28 Oct 1885 at age 1, and was buried in Nebo Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 79104230}

+ 778    viii. Rachel Elmyra "Myra" ANDERSON was born on 6 Jan 1887 in North Carolina, USA, died on 23 Dec 1969 in Washington, USA at age 82, and was buried in LaCrosse Cemetery, La Crosse, Whitman County, Washington, USA. {FGID: 113848555}

+ 779    ix. Laura Bessie ANDERSON was born on 9 Oct 1890 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 18 Feb 1920 in Mitchell County, North Carolina, USA at age 29, and was buried in Phillips Cemetery, Spruce Pine, Mitchell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 52664808}

591. John Morris PATTON (John Harper469, Robert III346, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 27 Mar 1851 in Arkansas, USA, died on 29 Mar 1926 in Silver Creek, Bridgewater, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 75, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53881405}

John married Elizabeth SETTLEMYRE. Elizabeth died before 1926.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 780    i. William Morris PATTON was born on 8 Oct 1874 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 2 Oct 1942 in Marion, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 67, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53880161}

+ 781    ii. Alice PATTON was born on 22 Nov 1874 in North Carolina, USA, died on 31 Mar 1949 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 74, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53884219}

+ 782    iii. Carrie PATTON was born on 15 May 1877, died on 18 May 1908 at age 31, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 60109868}

+ 783    iv. Eldorado PATTON was born on 24 Dec 1880 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 27 Apr 1948 in Black Mountain, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA at age 67, and was buried in Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53994684}

+ 784    v. Hence Lafayette PATTON was born on 24 Dec 1881 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 7 Jan 1957 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 75, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54002138}

+ 785    vi. Robert Elijah PATTON was born on 12 May 1884 in North Carolina, USA, died on 15 Jan 1962 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 77, and was buried in Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54000691}

+ 786    vii. David Alexander PATTON was born on 19 Sep 1885 in North Carolina, USA, died on 22 May 1970 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 84, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54000015}

+ 787    viii. Jacob Isaac PATTON was born on 9 Jul 1888 in North Carolina, USA, died on 5 Sep 1965 in Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA at age 77, and was buried in Pisgah Cemetery, Bethlehem, Alexander County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 53998278}

+ 788    ix. Ida E. PATTON was born on 5 Aug 1892 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 6 Feb 1952 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 59, and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54001521}

592. Mary Jane DOWNING (Mary Jane JEFFRIES474, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 Nov 1839 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 24 Jan 1915 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 75, and was buried in Webster Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. She had no known marriage and no known children. {FGID: 43746109}

593. William R. DOWNING (Mary Jane JEFFRIES474, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 3 Mar 1841, died in 1864 at age 23, and was buried in Webster Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 45749767}

594. Joseph Green DOWNING (Mary Jane JEFFRIES474, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 5 Dec 1842 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 9 Jan 1929 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 86, and was buried in Webster Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 44291749}

Joseph married Dora Belle HALE. Dora was born on 6 Mar 1854 in Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 31 Aug 1930 in Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri, USA at age 76, and was buried in Webster Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 45752544}

595. John Henry JEFFRIES (William D. JEFFRIES475, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 3 May 1844 in Henty County, Kentucky, USA, died on 21 Mar 1933 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 88, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 58109673}


John married Felicity Jane SAUNDERS in 1884. Felicity was born on 30 Oct 1842 in Kentucky, USA, died on 28 Sep 1921 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 78, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 49035746}

596. William Calvin JEFFRIES (William D. JEFFRIES475, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 12 Jun 1846 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 19 Jul 1910 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 64, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484910}

William married Mary E. WILLIAMS. Mary was born on 10 Aug 1849 in Waynesville Township, Illinois, USA, died on 11 Dec 1921 in Fabius Township, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 72, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484886}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 789    i. Rubert Aubrey JEFFRIES was born on 16 Dec 1869 in Waynesville Township, DeWitt County, Illinois, USA, died on 20 Feb 1951 in Lincoln, Logan County, Illinois, USA at age 81, and was buried in Atlanta Cemetery, Atlanta, Logan County, Illinois, USA. {FGID: 55674621}

+ 790    ii. Ruby Dickenson JEFFRIES was born on 27 Nov 1871, died on 16 Dec 1874 at age 3, and was buried in Linn Grove Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46502263}

+ 791    iii. Sophia Catherine JEFFRIES was born on 20 Feb 1875 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 9 Apr 1933 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 58, and was buried in Savannah Cemetery, Savannah, Davis County, Iowa, USA. {FGID: 50468145}

+ 792    iv. Clara Barthena JEFFRIES was born on 10 Dec 1876 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 9 Jun 1898 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 21, and was buried in Walker Chapel Cemetery, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 45006299}

+ 793    v. Nellie E. JEFFRIES was born on 25 Mar 1879, died on 20 Jan 1910 at age 30, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46474473}

+ 794    vi. Gertruce Elizabeth JEFFRIES was born on 28 Jan 1882 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 8 Jun 1946 in Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, USA at age 64, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 71450763}

+ 795    vii. Roy Dean JEFFRIES was born on 27 Sep 1883 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 17 Jan 1916 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 32, and was buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 66821230}

+ 796    viii. Lena May JEFFRIES was born on 17 Mar 1890 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 11 Jul 1898 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 8, and was buried in Walker Chapel Cemetery, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 45006271}

597. Braxton Land JEFFRIES (William D. JEFFRIES475, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 26 Mar 1854 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 26 Dec 1936 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 82, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484847}

Braxton married Mary Elizabeth FOGLESONG. Mary was born on 11 Oct 1856 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 10 Apr 1934 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 77, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484871}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 797    i. Cora Alma JEFFRIES was born on 20 Jan 1880 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 31 Mar 1963 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA at age 83, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 125636331}

+ 798    ii. Omer Dee JEFFRIES was born on 9 Feb 1882 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 16 Sep 1956 in Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, USA at age 74, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484895}

+ 799    iii. Carl J. JEFFRIES was born on 16 Jun 1884 in Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 6 Dec 1951 in Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, USA at age 67, and was buried in Arni Memorial Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46525160}

+ 800    iv. Arthur Lee JEFFRIES was born on 3 Aug 1886 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 11 Apr 1947 in Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, USA at age 60, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484818}

+ 801    v. Claude Cecil JEFFRIES was born on 3 May 1892 in Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA, died on 2 Aug 1962 in Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, USA at age 70, and was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Lancaster, Schuyler County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 46484797}

598. Edward JEFFRIES (John J. JEFFRIES476, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1849 in Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75815509}

599. John Milton "Milt" JEFFRIES (John J. JEFFRIES476, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 Sep 1851 in Missouri, USA, died on 2 Aug 1916 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 64, and was buried in Memphis Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75811538}

John married Dora A. LYCAN in 1877. Dora was born on 26 Nov 1859, died on 6 Jun 1898 in Cowley County, Kansas, USA at age 38, and was buried in Burden Cemetery, Burden, Cowley County, Kansas, USA. {FGID: 61545341}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 802    i. Walter JEFFRIES was born on 2 Oct 1880 in Cowley County, Kansas, USA, died on 8 Jan 1887 in Cowley County, Kansas, USA at age 6, and was buried in Burden Cemetery, Burden, Cowley County, Kansas, USA. {FGID: 61545404}

John next married Mary Frances POWELL on 12 Nov 1899 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA. Mary was born on 20 Dec 1862 in Cincinatti, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA, died on 18 Aug 1956 in Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 93, and was buried in Memphis Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75811769}

600. Robert L. JEFFRIES (John J. JEFFRIES476, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1853 in Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75815548}

601. William Felix "Felix" JEFFRIES (John J. JEFFRIES476, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 27 Nov 1855 in Missouri, USA, died on 13 Apr 1895 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 39, and was buried in Edinburgh Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75814350}

William married Margaret Ellen "Maggie" HARRIS on 9 Oct 1884 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA. Margaret was born in 1859 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died in 1909 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 50, and was buried in Indian Creek Cemetery, Sand Hill Township, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75814573}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 803    i. John Harris JEFFRIES was born on 15 Jun 1888 in Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 7 Aug 1957 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA at age 69, and was buried in Riverview Abbey Mausoleum and Crematory, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA. {FGID: 214363967}

+ 804    ii. Fred Woodson JEFFRIES was born on 15 Aug 1891 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 30 Dec 1967 in Gorin, Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 76, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gorin, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75814846}

+ 805    iii. William "Willie" JEFFRIES was born on 14 Jul 1894 in Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 30 Oct 1911 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 17, and was buried in Edinburgh Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75812813}

602. Lucy Dora JEFFRIES (John J. JEFFRIES476, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 Jan 1861 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 10 Nov 1896 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 35, and was buried in Edinburgh Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 70747218}

Lucy married Alfred Sandford MYERS on 4 Sep 1897 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA. Alfred was born on 20 Aug 1856 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 14 Jul 1951 in Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, USA at age 94, and was buried in Memphis Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 70746955}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 806    i. Emery Walford MYERS was born on 29 Dec 1881 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 25 May 1965 in Edina, Knox County, Missouri, USA at age 83, and was buried in Linville Cemetery, Edina, Knox County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 105945278}

+ 807    ii. Edgar Jefferies MYERS was born on 7 Sep 1883 in Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 30 Jun 1978 in Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, USA at age 94, and was buried in Masonic Memorial Gardens, Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, USA. {FGID: 131702609}

+ 808    iii. Alpha Edna MYERS was born in Apr 1885 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 142912483}

+ 809    iv. Florence J. MYERS was born on 8 Oct 1887 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA, died on 22 Mar 1916 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, USA at age 28, and was buried in Edinburgh Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 113690267}

603. James Richard "Rich" JEFFRIES (John J. JEFFRIES476, Mary PATTON347, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 31 Dec 1867 in Missouri, USA, died on 18 Jul 1875 in Scotland County, Missouri, USA at age 7, and was buried in Edinburgh Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotland County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 75815418}

604. Mary Adeline COWAN (Sarah Minerva "Sallie" PATTON477, James348, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 17 May 1856 in Dysartsville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA, died on 10 Jan 1923 in Dysartsville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA at age 66, and was buried in Trinity United Methodist Church Cemetery, Dysartsville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA.

Mary married William T. MOSS.

605. Joseph Reuben PATTEN (Reuben E.478, James348, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 13 Dec 1864 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 1 Dec 1925 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 60, and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 7574684}

Joseph married Emma Fatima TATE in 1891. Emma was born on 21 Apr 1862 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 23 May 1912 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 50, and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 7574683}

Joseph next married Daisy Elbridge FREEMAN after 1891. Daisy was born on 24 Feb 1894, died on 10 Jul 1977 at age 83, and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 7574685}

606. Martha Ememline MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1843.

607. Mary Julietta MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 19 Jan 1846, died on 8 Aug 1888 at age 42, and was buried in moore Family Cemetery, Worry, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 86676512}

Mary married Nathan R. MORGAN.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 810    i. John Wesley MORGAN was born on 4 Jan 1871 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 9 Aug 1938 in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA at age 67, and was buried in Green Hills Cemetery, Ashville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 48325589}

608. John MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1847.

609. Catherine Salina "Selina" MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 Aug 1850 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 14 Nov 1935 in Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA at age 85, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 147120446}

Catherine married George W. SANDERS. George was born on 2 Nov 1857 in North Carolina, USA, died on 8 Feb 1943 in Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA at age 85, and was buried on 10 Feb 1943 in Fairview Cemetery, Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 147120475}

George's Find A Grave record states that he was born on the 2 Nov 1857, however his Death Certificate states that he was born on the 7 Aug 1861.
It also appears that George remarried to Frances BRAUCH.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 811    i. Julius Pinkney SANDERS was born on 30 Aug 1883 in North Carolina, USA, died on 20 Jul 1920 in Anderson County, South Carolina, USA at age 36, and was buried in Silver Brook Cemetery, Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA. {FGID: 80459939}

+ 812    ii. Felix W. SANDERS was born on 7 Oct 1885 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 30 Sep 1951 in Anderson County, South Carolina, USA at age 65, and was buried in Silver Brook Cemetery, Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA. {FGID: 80459231}

+ 813    iii. George Rabey SANDERS was born on 15 Feb 1888 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 8 Mar 1915 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 27, and was buried in Smyrna Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 79129374}

+ 814    iv. Marry Annie "Annie" SANDERS was born on 18 Jul 1890 in North Carolina, USA, died on 17 Oct 1967 in Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA at age 77, and was buried on 19 Oct 1967 in Fairview Cemetery, Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 40834224}

+ 815    v. Frank McDowell SANDERS was born on 7 Mar 1892 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 15 Feb 1946 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 53, and was buried on 17 Feb 1946 in Smyrna Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 79128931}

610. James MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1852.

611. Jane MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1853.

612. Margaret MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1856.

613. Sarah MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1858.

614. William MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1860.

615. Pinkney MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1862.

616. Robert MOORE (Joseph M. MOORE481, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1869.

617. Johnny Baskerwill MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 Jan 1862 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 24 Apr 1937 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 75, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 84024052}

618. Willey T. MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1866.

619. Elizabeth L. "Betty" MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 2 May 1868 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 7 May 1961 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 93, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 70088755}

Elizabeth married Leander W. GETTYS. Leander was born on 28 Mar 1866 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 2 Dec 1932 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 66, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 70088716}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 816    i. Willie Evelyn GETTYS was born on 7 Feb 1896 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA, died on 1 Feb 1986 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 89, and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 69432059}

620. Eddy M. MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1871.

621. Corda Brown "Cordie" MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 16 Jul 1874 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA, died on 12 Feb 1897 in McDowell County, North Caroline, USA at age 22, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 84024045}

622. Franklin Marvin "Frank" MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 2 Aug 1876 in Dysartville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA, died on 4 Mar 1941 in Major County, Oklahoma, USA at age 64, and was buried in Ames Cemetery, Ames, Major County, Oklahoma, USA. {FGID: 135665722}

Franklin married Irene Eva ELROD. Irene was born on 12 Jun 1886, died on 25 Jun 1966 at age 80, and was buried in Ames Cemetery, Ames, Major County, Oklahoma, USA. {FGID: 135665776}

623. James W. MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 6 Nov 1878, died on 11 Jan 1921 at age 42, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 84024051}

624. Charles Woodfin MORRISON (Sarah Jane MOORE484, Charity May PATTON349, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 16 Feb 1879 in Dysartsville, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA, died on 22 Oct 1952 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA at age 73, and was buried in Pinnacle Methodist Church Cemetery, Nebo, McDowell County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 84024044}

625. Amanda M. "Manda" PANTHER (Sarah Emaline HALL485, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 24 May 1844 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died in 1924 in North Carolina, USA at age 80, and was buried in Mount Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. She had no known marriage and no known children. {FGID: 150358011}

626. Mary Ann Elizabeth PANTHER (Sarah Emaline HALL485, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 29 Jul 1847 in North Carolina, USA, died on 9 Dec 1921 in Fannin County, Georgia, USA at age 74, and was buried in Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 84122242}

Mary married Alexander Jackson "AJ" ROPER. Alexander was born in Jul 1849 in North Carolina, USA and died in Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 177089396}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 817    i. Lavada ROPER was born on 22 Jul 1870, died on 16 Sep 1936 in Georgia, USA at age 66, and was buried in Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 91648309}

+ 818    ii. Alfred M. ROPER was born on 4 Jun 1877 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 30 May 1956 in Cobb County, Georgia, USA at age 78, and was buried in Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 123660520}

+ 819    iii. Sammuel Patton "Sam" ROPER was born on 12 Dec 1880, died on 8 Feb 1963 at age 82, and was buried in Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 123540119}

+ 820    iv. James Herbert ROPER was born on 26 Mar 1884 in Georgia, USA, died on 18 Jan 1952 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia, USA at age 67, and was buried in Toccoa Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 123397995}

627. Robert Lafayette PANTHER (Sarah Emaline HALL485, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 19 Feb 1849, died on 15 Aug 1922 at age 73, and was buried in Cloud Springs Cemetery, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 89030385}

628. Cynthia Angeline PANTHER (Sarah Emaline HALL485, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 14 Mar 1854 in Arkansas, USA, died on 15 Feb 1928 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 73, and was buried in Mount Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 153555220}


629. John Emanuel HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 23 Dec 1850 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 24 Dec 1925 in Plaska, Hall County, Texas, USA at age 75, and was buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Lakeview, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 85049560}

John married Stella Emaline HOLDER. Stella was born on 6 Apr 1860 in North Carolina, USA, died on 23 Jan 1936 in Texas, USA at age 75, and was buried in Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, Weatherford, Parker County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 34095001}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 821    i. Herbert Fulton HALL .

+ 822    ii. M. Everett HALL .

+ 823    iii. George Devero HALL .

+ 824    iv. Minnie HALL .

+ 825    v. Myrtle "Myrtie" HALL was born in 1878, died in 1958 at age 80, and was buried in Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, Weatherford, Parker County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 34095184}

+ 826    vi. Edith Estella "Stella" HALL was born on 19 Jan 1881 in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas, USA, died on 7 Jun 1960 in Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas, USA at age 79, and was buried in Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, Weatherford, Parker County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 67022401}

+ 827    vii. Hettie Regenie HALL was born on 13 Mar 1895 in Erath County, Texas, USA, died on 4 Nov 1977 in Electra, Wichita County, Texas, USA at age 82, and was buried in Electra Memorial Park Cemetery, Electra, Wichita County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 154107730}

+ 828    viii. Pattie Lovina HALL was born on 3 Jul 1990, died on 19 Sep 1979 at age -10, and was buried in Sweetwater Cemetery, Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 15515271}

630. Mary Ann HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 10 Mar 1853 in North Carolina, USA, died on 14 Feb 1933 in Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama, USA at age 79, and was buried in Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 88847781}

Mary married William Houston NICHOLSON. William was born on 23 Jan 1857, died on 4 Sep 1944 at age 87, and was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Duck Springs, Etowah County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 51268162}

631. Marcus Delafayette HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 17 Jan 1858, died on 9 Feb 1945 at age 87, and was buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 26889032}

Marcus married Rosetta Caroline "Rosie" MASON. Rosetta was born on 5 Aug 1863, died on 12 Aug 1952 at age 89, and was buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 26889035}

632. Laura Emeline HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 27 Aug 1860 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 17 Oct 1933 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 73, and was buried in Old Martins Creek Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 61162629}

There are two separate memorial listings for Laura on Find A Grave.
5301569 & 61162629

Laura married Acarious Fulton CUNNINGHAM in 1879. Acarious was born on 12 Jun 1860 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 18 Jan 1934 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 73, and was buried in Old Martins Creek Cemetery, Martins Creek, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5301568}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 829    i. William Edward CUNNINGHAM was born on 3 Dec 1883 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 17 Apr 1958 in Princeton, Mercer County, West Virginia, USA at age 74, and was buried in Evergreen Burial Park, Roanoke, Roanoke City, Virginia, USA. {FGID: 68131586}


633. George Decatur HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 Mar 1863 in North Carolina, USA, died on 16 Jul 1954 in Hall County, Texas, USA at age 91, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery North Section, Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 46776215}

Name: George Decatur Hall
Death date: 16 Jul 1954
Death place: Rural Precinct 2, Hall, Texas
Age at death:91 years 3 months 18 days
Birth date: 28 Mar 1863
Birthplace: Murphy, North Carolina
Marital status: Married
Father's name: Joshua Hall
Occupation: Farmer
Residence: Rural Precinct #2, Hall, Texas
Cemetery name: Fairview
Burial place: Memphis, Texas
Burial date: 18 Jul 1954

Source - Find A Grave

George married Cora Jane WHITING circa 1899. Cora was born on 25 Sep 1879 in Tarent County, Texas, USA, died on 21 Dec 1915 in Hall County, Texas, USA at age 36, and was buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Lakeview, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 45824910}

Name: Cora Jane Hall
Death date: 21 Dec 1915
Death place: Hall Co., Texas
Age at death: 36 years 2 months 27 days
Birth date: 25 Sep 1879
Birthplace: Tarent Co., Tex.
Marital status: Married
Father's name: E.J. Whiting
Father's birthplace: Pennsylvania
Mother's name: Nannie Winey
Mother's birthplace: Severe Co., Ark.
Cemetery name: Lakeview
Burial date: 22 Dec 1915

Source - Find A Grave


Children from this marriage were:

+ 830    i. Eula Faye HALL was born on 31 Oct 1899 in Parker County, Texas, USA, died on 11 Mar 1976 in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas, USA at age 76, and was buried in Littlefield Cemetery, Littlefield, Lamb County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 47134576}

+ 831    ii. Rufus Doyle "Doyle" HALL was born on 19 May 1902 in Parker County, Texas, USA, died on 11 Jan 1980 at age 77, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery North Section, Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 46776227}

+ 832    iii. Homer Joe "Pappy" HALL was born on 27 Jun 1905 in Wise County, Texas, USA, died on 27 Sep 1992 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA at age 87, and was buried in Laurel Land Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 81629270}

+ 833    iv. Arnold Loyd HALL was born on 16 Nov 1907 in Hall County, Texas, USA, died on 9 Oct 1961 in Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA at age 53, and was buried on 11 Oct 1961 in Fairview Cemetery North Section, Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 46776212}

+ 834    v. Hubert Hoyt HALL was born on 24 Jun 1911 in Lakeview, Hall County, Texas, USA, died on 8 Aug 1987 at age 76, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery North Section, Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 46776217}

George next married Lillie Lee CHASTAIN after 1915. Lillie was born on 21 Apr 1875 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 27 Mar 1958 in Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA at age 82, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery North Section, Memphis, Hall County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 46776220}

Name: Lillie Lee Hall
Death date: 27 Mar 1958
Death place: Memphis, Hall Co., Texas
Gender: Female
Race or color (on document): white
Age at death: 82 years 11 months 6 days
Birth date: 21 Apr 1875
Birthplace: Cherokee Co, N.C.
Marital status: Widowed
Father's name: John G. Chastain
Mother's name: Martha Jane Martin
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: Rural Precinct #2, Hall Co., Texas
Cemetery name: Fairview
Burial place: Memphis, Texas
Burial date: 29 Mar 1958

Source - Find A Grave

634. Lillie Leora "Lilly" HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 Mar 1868, died on 2 Jan 1950 at age 81, and was buried in Old Martins Creek Cemetery, Martins Creek, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5307512}

Lillie married Benjamin Wilko CHASTAIN in 1893. Benjamin was born on 13 Nov 1866 in Clay County, North Carolina, USA, died on 23 Nov 1938 at age 72, and was buried in Old Martins Creek Cemetery, Martins Creek, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5307509}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 835    i. William A. "Willie" CHASTAIN was born on 7 Feb 1897, died on 21 Jan 1965 at age 67, and was buried in Maggies Chapel Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 9003788}

+ 836    ii. John Boyd "Boyd" CHASTAIN was born on 8 Nov 1899 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 29 Jan 1988 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 88, and was buried in Old Martins Creek Cemetery, Martins Creek, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 23057196}

+ 837    iii. Edna Blanche CHASTAIN was born on 23 Apr 1905 in North Carolina, USA, died on 16 Oct 1979 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 74, and was buried in Old Mother Church Cemetery, Robbinsville, Graham County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 112186362}

+ 838    iv. Grace CHASTAIN was born on 3 Jun 1908 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 25 Oct 2006 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 98, and was buried in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 24536101}

+ 839    v. Burl Wallace CHASTAIN was born on 30 Jul 1912 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 7 Mar 1967 at age 54, and was buried in Old Martins Creek Cemetery, Martins Creek, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5312000}

635. William Patton HALL (Joshua Rufus HALL CSA, Pvt, CO C, 26th Regiment, NC Infantry486, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 19 Mar 1871 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 22 Dec 1963 in Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA at age 92, and was buried in Greenlawn and Shady Rest Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA. {FGID: 205353485}

Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1965
Name: William Patton Hall
Gender: Male
Death Age: 92
Birth Date: 19 Mar 1871
Birth Place: Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA
Death Date: 22 Dec 1963
Death Place: Franklin, Simpson, Kentucky, USA
Father: Josuah Hall
Mother: Harriett Barnes

Source - Find A Grave

William married Nettie Estelle HENRY in 1893. Nettie was born on 10 May 1875 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 12 Apr 1976 in Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA at age 100, and was buried in Greenlawn and Shady Rest Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA. {FGID: 205353661}

Kentucky, Death Index, 1911-2000
Name: Nettie E Hall
Death Date: 12 Apr 1976
Death Place: Simpson
Age: 100
Residence: Simpson
Volume: 20
Certificate: 9703

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name: Nettie Hall
Birth Date: 10 May 1875
Issue year: 1968
Issue State: Kentucky
Last Residence: 42134, Franklin, Simpson, Kentucky, USA
Death Date: Apr 1976

Source - Find A Grave


Children from this marriage were:

+ 840    i. Mamie Lois HALL was born on 12 Dec 1893 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 4 Nov 1955 in Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA at age 61, and was buried in Greenlawn and Shady Rest Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA. {FGID: 205353573}

+ 841    ii. Dillard Crawford "Jack" HALL was born on 28 Jun 1900, died on 11 Jan 1985 at age 84, and was buried in Greenlawn and Shady Rest Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA. {FGID: 209181861}

+ 842    iii. Felix Nolan HALL was born on 28 Apr 1916 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 7 Jul 1990 in Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA at age 74, and was buried in Greenlawn and Shady Rest Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky, USA. {FGID: 205353381}

636. Cynthia E. Josephine HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1859 and died in 1940 at age 81.

637. Martha Elizabeth "Mattie" HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 17 Dec 1860 in Notla Township, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 29 Nov 1920 in Fannin County, Georgia, USA at age 59, and was buried in bethlehem Cemetery, Blairsville, Union County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 10294874}

Martha married Rev. Columbus Martin LEDFORD in 1880. Columbus was born on 22 Feb 1859 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 8 Mar 1917 in Union County, Georgia, USA at age 58, and was buried in bethlehem Cemetery, Blairsville, Union County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 10294877}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 843    i. Dezma Josephine LEDFORD was born in 1882 in Georgia, USA, died in 1917 in Colorado, USA at age 35, and was buried in Delta Cemetery, Delta, Delta County, Colorado, USA. {FGID: 33102497}

+ 844    ii. Ezra Valentine LEDFORD was born on 19 Sep 1883 in Alabama, USA, died on 4 Aug 1963 in Fannin County, Georgia, USA at age 79, and was buried in Crestlawn Cemetery, Polk County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 8625197}

+ 845    iii. John Ross LEDFORD was born on 5 Mar 1886 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 8 May 1977 in Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, USA at age 91, and was buried in Post Oak Cemetery, Cobb County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 78484292}

+ 846    iv. Lou Della LEDFORD was born on 14 Sep 1888, died on 14 Jun 1949 at age 60, and was buried in Barnes Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin County, Georgia, USA. {FGID: 71934672}

638. J. Burton HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1862 and died in 1874 at age 12.

639. Mary Louisa HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 23 Jul 1865, died on 26 Mar 1948 at age 82, and was buried in Cane Creek Cemetery, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 57789997}

Mary married James A. CARROLL. James was born on 8 Nov 1862, died on 25 Jun 1945 at age 82, and was buried in Cane Creek Cemetery, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 57790051}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 847    i. Rollin Moses CARROLL was born on 4 Jul 1893 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 9 Apr 1975 in Youngtown, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA at age 81, and was buried in Sunland Memorial Park, Sun City, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA. {FGID: 176220693}

640. Rhoda Alice HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1867 and died in 1949 at age 82.

641. Manley Irvin HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1870 and died in 1949 at age 79.

642. Spurgeon M. HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1871.

643. John Robert HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1873 and died in 1955 at age 82.

644. Allen Bunion HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 11 Jun 1875, died on 25 Nov 1925 at age 50, and was buried in Cane Creek Cemetery, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 58142139}

Allen married Susan Jane "Susie" ABERNATHY. Susan was born on 4 Mar 1878, died on 14 Apr 1950 at age 72, and was buried in Cane Creek Cemetery, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 58142159}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 848    i. Edward Earl HALL was born on 12 Aug 1898, died on 3 Jun 1981 at age 82, and was buried in Tellico Plains Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 31599526}

645. Loudella Iowa HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1877 and died in 1941 at age 64.

646. Alfred Rufus HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1880 and died in 1909 at age 29.

647. Bessie Isabelle HALL (Rev. Moses Irvin HALL Sgt NC Infantry CSA489, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1897 and died in 1970 at age 73.


648. Olive Elmira "Ollie" ROPER (Cynthia Armenta HALL490, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 13 Sep 1873, died on 15 Sep 1960 at age 87, and was buried in Portales Cemetery, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA. {FGID: 13675785}

United States Federal Census of 1920, Roosevelt, New Mexico

Louis A Little, M, 48y, Georgia
Ollie E Little, F, wife, 46y, North Carolina
Lola A. Little, F, dau, 19y, Missouri
Earl L Little, M, son, 17y, Missouri
Cora E Little, F, dau, 14y, Missouri
Mary V Little, F, dau, 12y, Missouri
Laurance L Little, M, son, 8y, New Mexico
Ella F Little, F, dau, 6y, New Mexico

Source - Find A Grave - Earl Loyd Little

Olive married Louis Abraham LITTLE in 1898. Louis was born on 21 Jun 1871 in Union County, Georgia, USA, died on 14 Feb 1935 in Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA at age 63, and was buried in Portales Cemetery, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA. {FGID: 13675781}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 849    i. Koran Chauncy LITTLE was born on 13 Feb 1891, died on 28 Apr 1903 at age 12, and was buried in Siloam Springs Cemetery, Siloam Springs, Howell County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 39322371}

+ 850    ii. Lola Ada LITTLE was born on 27 Aug 1900 in Howell Township, Howell County, Missouri, USA, died on 11 May 1973 in Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA at age 72, and was buried in Portales Cemetery, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA. {FGID: 13530952}

+ 851    iii. Earl Loyd LITTLE was born in 1902 in Missouri, USA, died in 1970 at age 68, and was buried in Evergreen Memorial Park, Tuscson, Pima County, Arizona, USA. {FGID: 51517125}

+ 852    iv. Cora E. LITTLE was born on 17 Jul 1905 in Missouri, USA and died on 8 Jul 1983 in Portales Cemetery, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA at age 77. {FGID: 112469651}

+ 853    v. Mary Velma "Velma" LITTLE was born on 5 Jan 1908 in Missouri, USA, died on 20 May 1991 at age 83, and was buried in Cortez Cemetery, Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado, USA. {FGID: 81869466}

+ 854    vi. Lawrence Lewis LITTLE was born on 16 Apr 1911 in Causey Community, New Mexico, USA, died on 8 Nov 2000 at age 89, and was buried in Portales Cemetery, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA. {FGID: 13882542}

+ 855    vii. Ella Fay "Allie" LITTLE was born on 10 Apr 1913 in Missouri, USA, died on 13 Apr 1924 at age 11, and was buried in Portales Cemetery, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, USA. {FGID: 13675778}

649. M. L. ROPER (Cynthia Armenta HALL490, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 31 Mar 1880 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 17 May 1956 in West Plains, Howell County, Missouri, USA at age 76, and was buried in New Liberty Baptist Cemetery, Grimmet, Howell County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 21959329}

M. married Dora. Dora was born on 5 Mar 1881, died on 2 Dec 1931 at age 50, and was buried in New Liberty Baptist Cemetery, Grimmet, Howell County, Missouri, USA. {FGID: 21959324}

650. Alfred Willis HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 8 Dec 1866, died on 27 Mar 1945 at age 78, and was buried in Tomotla Cemetery, Marble, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54462367}

Alfred married Mary Jane JOHNSON. Mary was born on 3 May 1872, died on 1 May 1939 at age 66, and was buried in Tomotla Cemetery, Marble, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54462377}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 856    i. Celia Rosanna HALL was born on 19 Nov 1894 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 25 Jan 1985 in Candler, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA at age 90, and was buried in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 15139521}

+ 857    ii. Benjamin Knox HALL was born on 5 Oct 1912 in Ranger, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died in 1996 at age 84, and was buried in Tomotla Cemetery, Marble, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 54462324}

651. Mary E. HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 6 Aug 1867, died on 26 Dec 1897 at age 30, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471590}

Mary married S. J. HUNSUCKER.

652. Eliza Jane HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 31 Mar 1869, died on 28 Nov 1937 at age 68, and was buried in New Providence Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 33485449}

Eliza married John Lafayette HUNT. John was born on 26 May 1866, died on 25 May 1921 at age 54, and was buried in New Providence Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 33494722}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 858    i. Arie V. HUNT was born on 3 Mar 1896, died on 22 Jul 1914 at age 18, and was buried in New Providence Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 33479748}

653. Arie Bee HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 29 Jan 1874, died on 20 Aug 1953 at age 79, and was buried in Old Coker Creek Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 35517972}

Arie married Newton ROBERTS in 1880. Newton was born on 28 Jun 1865, died on 9 Feb 1929 at age 63, and was buried in Old Coker Creek Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 35518037}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 859    i. Carrie Kay ROBERTS was born on 7 Oct 1891 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 23 Jul 1986 in Andrews, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 94, and was buried in Mount Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5322365}

+ 860    ii. Ether ROBERTS was born on 22 Aug 1893, died on 25 Sep 1972 at age 79, and was buried in Coker Creek Baptist Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 79538646}

+ 861    iii. Nancy Joan ROBERTS was born 18 Spe 1895 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 28 Jan 1998 in McMinn County, Tennessee, USA, and was buried in Coker Creek Baptist Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 79538308}

+ 862    iv. Ella ROBERTS was born on 19 Jan 1898, died on 14 Feb 1951 at age 53, and was buried in Old Coker Creek Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 35516916}

+ 863    v. Emma R. ROBERTS was born on 30 Jan 1899, died on 6 Mar 1984 at age 85, and was buried in New Providence Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 33484669}

+ 864    vi. Rosa J. ROBERTS was born on 12 Feb 1902, died on 28 Mar 1994 at age 92, and was buried in Coker Creek Baptist Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 79576469}

+ 865    vii. Bert A. ROBERTS was born on 16 Nov 1906, died on 2 Nov 1976 at age 69, and was buried in Coker Creek Baptist Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 79578746}

+ 866    viii. John H. ROBERTS was born on 6 Aug 1909, died on 13 Oct 1979 at age 70, and was buried in Coker Creek Baptist Cemetery, Coker Creek, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 77403294}

+ 867    ix. Sadie Margaret ROBERTS was born on 20 Nov 1912, died on 20 Oct 2001 at age 88, and was buried in Sunset Cemetery, Madisonville, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 51786182}

+ 868    x. Reba Pearl ROBERTS was born on 6 Nov 1917 in Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA, died on 2 Jul 2002 in Etowah, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA at age 84, and was buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 26888289}

654. John R. HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 29 Mar 1876, died on 2 May 1886 at age 10, and was buried in Mount Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5786067}

655. Mark Irvin HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 19 May 1878, died on 27 Aug 1948 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 70, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471257}

Mark married Lena FORE. Lena was born on 5 Mar 1883, died on 13 Apr 1967 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 84, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471252}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 869    i. PFC John Alfred HALL was born on 9 Jan 1903, died on 27 Jul 1987 at age 84, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471201}

+ 870    ii. Howard Hampton HALL was born on 30 Mar 1909, died on 13 Jun 2004 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA at age 95, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471191}

+ 871    iii. Janine HALL .

+ 872    iv. Mabel HALL .

+ 873    v. Nelle HALL was born on 26 Mar 1911, died in 2000 at age 89, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471211}

656. Emma HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 30 Aug 1880, died on 17 Nov 1961 at age 81, and was buried in New Providence Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 33485508}

Emma married Jess HUNT. Jess was born on 4 Apr 1877, died on 4 Jun 1950 in Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA at age 73, and was buried in New Providence Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 45285652}

The child from this marriage was:

+ 874    i. Minnie HUNT was born on 28 Aug 1916 in Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee, USA, died on 17 Mar 2000 in Beallsville, Monroe County, Ohio, USA at age 83, and was buried in Beallsville Cemetery, Beallsville, Monroe County, Ohio, USA. {FGID: 124600105}

657. Burton HALL (Burton Kimsey HALL Snr492, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 28 Aug 1883, died on 25 Dec 1935 at age 52, and was buried in Grape Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 5471593}

658. Nancy E. CARROLL (Mary Jane HALL494, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 3 Nov 1867 in Tennessee, USA, died on 27 Mar 1856 in Concord, Knox County, Tennessee, USA at age -11, and was buried in Victory Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 21788707}

Nancy married Julius Wilbern ROBERSON. Julius was born on 12 Jul 1869 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 14 Jun 1948 in Concord, Knox County, Tennessee, USA at age 78, and was buried in Victory Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 21788706}

659. Cynthia CARROLL (Mary Jane HALL494, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in Mar 1869 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 12 Mar 1939 in Marion County, Arkansas, USA at age 70, and was buried in Flippin Cemetery, Flippin, Marion County, Arkansas, USA. {FGID: 83638705}

Cynthia married HOGSED.

660. George Irvin CARROLL (Mary Jane HALL494, Cynthia Araminta PATTON350, Robert II239, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 29 May 1872 in North Carolina, USA, died on 29 Apr 1950 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA at age 77, and was buried in Sunrise Cemetery, Englewood, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 7238935}

George married Mary Ida MASHBURN on 23 Dec 1893 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA. Mary was born in Oct 1877 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, USA, died on 4 Jan 1964 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA at age 86, and was buried in Sunrise Cemetery, Englewood, McMinn County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 7238936}

661. Eugenia Evelyn MOORE (William Hamilton MOORE496, Charles Augustus MOORE351, Margaret PATTON240, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 25 Jan 1865, died on 20 Jun 1966 at age 101, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 57837156}

Eugenia married William Whipple CLARKE. William was born on 17 Apr 1857, died on 15 Feb 1904 at age 46, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 57837081}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 875    i. DaCosta Moore CLARKE was born on 19 Jul 1888, died on 23 Feb 1969 at age 80, and was buried in Oak Ridge Memorial Park, Oak Ridge, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA. {FGID: 153283990}

+ 876    ii. Homer CLARKE was born on 26 Mar 1892 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina, USA, died on 23 Jun 1962 in Bryce Canyon, Garfield County, Utah, USA at age 70, and was buried in Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA. {FGID: 146547045}

662. Lucy Swain MOORE (William Hamilton MOORE496, Charles Augustus MOORE351, Margaret PATTON240, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 10 Jun 1867, died on 18 Nov 1956 at age 89, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 61465651}

Lucy married Thomas Pinckney GASTON. Thomas was born on 29 Dec 1860 in Candler, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA, died on 10 Jan 1937 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA at age 76, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 57803319}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 877    i. Lewis Perry Pinckney GASTON was born on 5 Nov 1893 in Candler, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA, died on 20 Apr 1973 in North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, USA at age 79, and was buried in Rest Hills Memorial Park, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, USA. {FGID: 149266790}

+ 878    ii. Dorothy Moore GASTON was born on 19 Sep 1895, died on 14 Nov 1979 at age 84, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 57836844}

+ 879    iii. Eugenia GASTON was born on 13 Mar 1900, died on 4 Jun 1929 at age 29, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 57847116}

+ 880    iv. Evelyn GASTON was born on 16 Mar 1902, died on 18 Jun 2001 in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA at age 99, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 25169387}

+ 881    v. Russell Stuart GASTON was born on 6 Apr 1904, died on 4 Sep 1985 at age 81, and was buried in Oak Forest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 57803224}

663. 2 Infants CANDLER (Rachel Eveline MOORE497, Charles Augustus MOORE351, Margaret PATTON240, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was buried in Moore Family Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 43675048}

664. Mira Eliza CANDLER (Rachel Eveline MOORE497, Charles Augustus MOORE351, Margaret PATTON240, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 14 Dec 1834 in Madison County, North Carolina, USA, died on 10 Feb 1917 in Haywood County, North Carolina, USA at age 82, and was buried in Plains United Methodist Church Cemetery, Canton, Haywood County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 66741442}

Mira married Jackson C. "Jack" CODY. Jackson was born on 14 Jan 1811 in Madison County, North Carolina, USA, died on 15 Sep 1894 in Madison County, North Carolina, USA at age 83, and was buried in Cody Cemetery, Madison County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 108473816}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 882    i. Thomas Jefferson "Jim" CODY was born in 1847 in Madison County, North Carolina, USA, died on 16 Apr 1912 in Union County, North Carolina, USA at age 65, and was buried in Rosemont Cemetery, Union, Union County, South Carolina, USA. {FGID: 92982767}

+ 883    ii. James M. CODY was born on 4 Aug 1858 in Madison County, North Carolina, USA, died on 14 Mar 1932 in Canton, Haywood County, North Carolina, USA at age 73, and was buried in Plains United Methodist Church Cemetery, Canton, Haywood County, North Carolina, USA. {FGID: 55177727}

665. Sarah PATTON (James Monroe (PATTEN)498, Robert357, Samuel246, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1860, died in 1913 at age 53, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149086297}

Sarah married James Buchanon SCOTT. James was born in 1856, died in 1940 at age 84, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149086296}

Children from this marriage were:

+ 884    i. Duke SCOTT was born on 20 Jan 1886, died on 28 Dec 1974 at age 88, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149571736}

+ 885    ii. Lena SCOTT was born on 20 Jan 1887 in Alabama, USA, died on 3 Nov 1969 in Alabama, USA at age 82, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149874502}

+ 886    iii. Curt M. SCOTT was born on 9 Dec 1888, died on 8 Oct 1957 at age 68, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149086294}

+ 887    iv. Charles Monroe SCOTT was born on 1 Mar 1893, died on 23 Aug 1978 at age 85, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149086293}

+ 888    v. Laverne S. SCOTT was born on 9 Jan 1898, died on 19 Feb 1985 at age 87, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 147439212}

+ 889    vi. Infant Son SCOTT was born in Aug 1918, died on 31 Aug 1918, and was buried in Jacksons Gap Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacksons Gap, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA. {FGID: 149874937}


666. William Elijah PATTON (C.Elijah501, Robert357, Samuel246, Robert M. (Capt.)154, William95, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 20 Aug 1853 in Alabama, USA, died on 24 Jul 1939 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 85, and was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 43054911}

Events

PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES: Building a House for John E McBroom & Zaidee Patton, Laran, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. William Elijah "Willie" Patton is shown on second story while working on building a house for his newly wed daughter, Zaidee Patton McBroom (shown standing alone next to house).

PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES: William Elijah Relaxing In Chair, Cir 1940.

William married Theodocia "Doshie" FULLER on 4 Feb 1884 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. Theodocia was born on 9 Jul 1866 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA, died on 8 Jul 1935 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 68, and was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 43054949}

Events

PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES: 4 Generations. Seated from left: Theodocia "Doshie" Fuller Patton and her mother, Harriett Wasson Fuller
Standing from left: Zaidee Patton McBroom and Bessie McBroom Mitcham

Children from this marriage were:

+ 890    i. Zaidee Lulu PATTON was born on 21 Jan 1885 in Louisiana, USA, died on 31 Oct 1967 in Farmerville, Union, Louisana, USA at age 82, and was buried in Laran Cemetery, Laran, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 38060044}

+ 891    ii. Harriet Elizabeth PATTON was born on 20 Sep 1887 in Spearsville, Union, Louisiana, USA, died on 26 Oct 1970 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 83, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 17036650}

+ 892    iii. Stella Rosetta PATTON was born on 19 Mar 1889, died on 20 May 1966 in Newton County, Texas, USA at age 77, and was buried in Ford Cemetery, Newton, Newton County, Texas, USA. {FGID: 68949522}

+ 893    iv. Annie Lenora PATTON was born on 7 Nov 1889, died on 11 Dec 1950 at age 61, and was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 43071742}

+ 894    v. William Elijah "Willie/Bud" PATTON was born on 2 Oct 1892 in Spearsville, Union, Louisiana, USA, died on 7 Nov 1969 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 77, and was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 22603063}

+ 895    vi. Elsie V. PATTON was born on 6 Feb 1893, died on 8 Jul 1969 at age 76, and was buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Bernice, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA.

+ 896    vii. Raymond Leon PATTON was born on 1 Jun 1896 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA, died on 17 Nov 1976 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 80, and was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 43071539}

+ 897    viii. Ethel Mae PATTON was born in 1898, died in 1993 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 95, and was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 83588600}

+ 898    ix. Violet PATTON was born on 9 Feb 1901, died on 2 Feb 1982 at age 80, and was buried in Spearsville Cemetery, Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 38115914}

+ 899    x. Iza PATTON was born on 23 Mar 1903 in Louisiana, USA, died on 13 Jun 1985 at age 82, and was buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Bernice, Union Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 43596686}

+ 900    xi. Odell "O.D" PATTON was born on 1 Jun 1905 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA, died on 26 Dec 1991 in Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA at age 86, and was buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 6090101}

+ 901    xii. Lowell Carl PATTON was born on 24 Oct 1907 in Union Parish, Louisiana, USA, died on 19 Feb 1966 in Louisiana, USA at age 58, and was buried in East Mount Olive Cemetery, Mount Olive, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA. {FGID: 10403734}

667. Sabra Lucinda GORE (Thomas G. GORE507, Susannah PATTON368, Samuel256, Matthew166, John (Col.)96, Henry (Capt.)70, William Henry56, William (Rev.)47, Gratian Thomas36, William (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor26, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 15 Feb 1859 in Hardeman, Tennessee, USA and died on 22 Feb 1940 in Frederick, Tillman Country, Oklahoma, USA at age 81.

Sabra married John Wesley RODGERS on 18 Feb 1875 in Montgomery, Arkansas, USA. John was born on 2 Sep 1846 in Greenbrier, Robertson, Tennesse, USA and died on 15 Feb 1912 in Frederick, Tillman Country, Oklahoma, USA at age 65.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 902    i. Elijah Wilson RODGERS was born on 31 Oct 1886 in Carson, Morris County, Texas, USA and died on 21 Jun 1959 in Bakersfield, Kern County, California, USA at age 72.

668. Jane PATON (James508, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 18 Oct 1857 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland and died on 17 Apr 1917 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland at age 59.

669. Jeanie Downie PATON (James508, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1858 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland, died on 17 Apr 1917 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland aged about 59, and was buried in St Ninians Old Churchyard, St Ninians, Stirling, Scotland. {FGID: 145127496}

670. Helen Brown PATON (James508, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 7 May 1860 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland and died on 9 Jun 1935 in Dippitiya, Sabaragamuwa, Sri Lanka at age 75.

671. John Miller PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1856 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

672. James PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1858 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

673. William PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1862 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

674. Alexander PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in 1863 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland and died in 1934 in Heidleberg, Victoria, Australia at age 71.

Alexander married Helen DUNCAN on 21 Oct 1892 in Dalgety, Fife, Scotland. Helen was born on 21 Mar 1865 in Halbeath, Fife, Scotland and died on 3 Jun 1907 in Castlandhill, Fife, Scotland at age 42.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 903    i. James Gibson PATON was born on 23 May 1896 in Bo'ness, West Lothian, Scotland and died on 3 Aug 1974 in Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia at age 78.

675. Jane Miller PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 18 Sep 1864 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

676. Helen PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1867 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

677. Isabella PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1868 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

678. Janet Gibson PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 10 May 1869 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland and was christened on 10 May 1869 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Events

1891: Janet resided at Brick Row, St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland. In the 1891 Census Janet is showing as working as a Nursery Worker.
She is now 21 years old.

679. Thomas PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 21 Mar 1871 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland and was christened on 21 Mar 1871 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Events

1891: Thomas resided at Brick Row, St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Thomas is now 20 years of age and is working as a Millworker (Labourer).

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

+ 904    i. Alexander P. PATON was born about 1887 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

680. Mary PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1875 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Events

1891: Mary resided at Brick Row, St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland. 16 year old Mary is working as a Woolen Weaver in 1891.

681. Lilliy A.Gibson PATON (Alexander510, James380, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born about 1881 in St Ninians, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

682. Edward PATON (Edward 42nd Regiment (Quartermaster)512, Edward 42nd Highlanders Regiment (Capt.)381, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born on 21 Dec 1846 in Sliema (Tas-Sliema) Malta and died on 6 Nov 1910 in Wandsworth, London, Middlesex, England at age 63.

Edward married Mary GENTLE on 5 Jun 1872 in Rose Bank, Kinmonth, Perthshire, Scotland. Mary was born on 25 May 1854 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland and died in Jun 1930 in Wandsworth, London, England at age 76.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 905    i. Capt. Edward Lonsdale PATON was born on 30 Mar 1873 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland and died in Jan 1898 in Wandsworth, London, Middlesex, England at age 24.

+ 906    ii. Mary Emma PATON was born on 26 Sep 1874 in Kinnoul, Perthshire, Scotland and died on 10 Jun 1955 in Kensington, London, England at age 80.

+ 907    iii. Robert Michael PATON was born on 14 Feb 1876 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland and died on 5 Sep 1956 in Battersea, London, England at age 80.

+ 908    iv. George Samuel PATON was born on 28 May 1877 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland and died on 12 Sep 1934 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at age 57.

+ 909    v. Harry Arthur PATON was born on 1 Mar 1879 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland and died on 23 Mar 1955 in Romford, Essex, England at age 76.

+ 910    vi. Frances PATON was born on 4 Jan 1884 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland and died after 1956.

683. Emma Anne PATON (Edward 42nd Regiment (Quartermaster)512, Edward 42nd Highlanders Regiment (Capt.)381, James264, Edward178, Edward109, William78, William (PATOUN)60, John (Captain)49, William44, John Grandfather of Captain John Paton27, Richard of London21, Richard16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)14, John of Dagenham Court, Essex12, John9, John7, Richard IV4, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex3, Richard II, of Patten House - Chelmsford2, Richard (PATINE) I, of Patten House - Chelmsford, England1) was born in Oct 1848 in St George Hanover Square, London, Middlesex, England and died in 1933 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland at age 85.

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