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Compiled by 

ROBERT A. PATTERSON 



PRESS OF 
THE CHRONICLE 

CARROLLTON 
1909 



The History) of the Patterson Family 



THE descendants of John Pat- 
terson to the sixth generation 
celebrated, onWednesday, Sep- 
tember 23, 1908, at the home 
of J. C. and G. S. Patterson 
of Pattersonville, Carroll coun- 
ty, Ohio, the one-hundredth anniversary 
of his coming from Ireland to the United 
States. There are about two hundred 
and sixty living descendants, and about 
one hundred and forty were present to 
participate in this most pleasant reunion. 
The forenoon was spent in a general 
handshaking and becoming better ac- 
quainted with those from a distance, of 
whom there was quite a large number. 
After a bountiful dinner, which was 
enjoyed by all, the meeting was called 
to order by R. A. Patterson, acting as 
temporary chairman. Speeches were 
delivered by Revs. Patterson of West 
Virginia, Morledge of Cumberland, Ward 
of Minerva, Harris of Mechanicstown 
and Spooner of Augusta, Ohio. A short 
history of the family was read which 
was interesting. A part of it follows: 
John and Mary Patterson and their 
three children of the County Donegal, 
Ireland, started for America some time 
in June, 1808. In calm weather sailing 
ships could make the trip in forty days. 
The Pattersons met with storms and 
were lost at sea, prolonging their voy- 
age to ninety days. They landed at New 
York in September, and from there went 
to Allegheny county, Pa., taking up a 
quarter section of land where Allegheny 



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City now stands. Staying there about 
two years they went to a farm in Wash- 
ington county, same state, where they 
lived eight or nine years. While on this 
farm their youngest daughter Rebecca 
was born and their eldest daughter Jane 
was married to William Cassidy. In the 
spring of 1819 John Patterson entered a 
farm in Harrison township, Carroll-co., 
Ohio, then Stark-co. , drove a stake and 
returned to his home in Pennsylvania. 
He then took his two sons— Robert, aged 
18, and John, aged 16— across the river 
to Steubenville, and from there they 
went alone on foot to Centerville, now 
Carrollton. From the inn where their 
father had arranged for their lodging 
and board they followed a deer path and 
stopped at the deer lick, which marked 
the place of their future home. In one 
week's time, with the use of two axes 
and an augur, they built a cabin and 
straightway went to clearing the land. 
Then in the fall of 1819 John and Mary 
Patterson, and the others of the family, 
joined the two sons in their new home. 
They built a log cabin on the east side 
of the farm. 

John Patterson died September 25, 
1827. On March 8, 1833, John and Rob- 
ert Patterson entered into an agreement 
that at their mother's death John Pat- 
terson would give Robert Patterson a 
deed for his share of the farm, the east 
half, and should receive from Robert 
Patterson as consideration money $400. 
This is the third Article of Agreement 



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recorded in Carroll-co. records. Their 
mother died in 1852 and this agreement 
was made good on August 9, 1854, by 
John giving Robert a deed for 80 acres 
of the east side of the farm and receiv- 
ing the $400. Robert Patterson lived on 
this farm the remainder of his life and 
left it to his second wife and three sons. 
The farm was sold out of the Patterson 
name in 1892.. 

Jane Patterson, eldest child of John 
and Mary Patterson, was born in 1797; 
died in 1844; was married to Wm, Cassidy 
about 1818. He was born in 1793; died 
1837. They bought a farm in Harrison 
township from William Lewis, June 30, 
1830, where both lived the remainder of 
their days. To this union were born 
seven children, as follows: 

1. John Cassidy (3) was born in 1820; 
died 1891; was married to Mary Russell 
1841, The Cassidy heirs, except William 
and James, gave a quit-claim deed to 
John for their share of the farm. He 
and his wife lived their entire lives in 
Carroll county. He died at the home of 
his son William in Augusta township. 
To this union were born seven children. 

1. William Cassidy (4) was married to 
Mary E. Dager. To their union were 
born six children. 

1. Mary B. Cassidy (5) was married to 
Jas. Baxter. To their union were born 
two children — Floyd and Fred, 

2. Irene Cassidy (5) was married to 
John Myers. To their union was born 
one child — Edward R. Myers. 



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3. Spencer Cassidy (5) was married to 
Mabel Roudebush, To their union were 
born two children — Bulah and Paul. 

4. J. W, Cassidy (5) was married to 
Mary Dennis. 

5. Ida Cassidy (5). 

5. Edna Cassidy (6) was married to 
Frank Holmes. To this union was born 
one child— Marvel E. Holmes. 

2. James Cassidy (4) was married to 
Margaret I. Dager. To this union were 
born six children. 

1. John D. Cassidy (5) was married to 
Bertha B. Barnhart. To their union 
were born three children— Pauline B., 
Grace E., and Margaret L. 

2. Margaret I. Cassidy (5). 

3. Martha M. Cassidy (5) was married 
to Stephen B. Treese. 

4. Jacob C. Cassidy (5) was married 
to Velma Best. 

5. Verde B. Cassidy (5). 

6. Brady N. Cassidy (5) was married 
to Caroline D. Mindling. One child was 
born to them. 

3. Samuel R. Cassidy (4) died August 
1877. 

4. Margaret J. Cassidy (4) died May 
1859. 

5. Robert G. Cassidy (4) was married, 
to Sadie Cathah. He died April, 1903. 

6. Matthew Cassidy (4) was married 
to Belle Simmons. Five children were 
born to them. 

1. Ida Cassidy (5) was married to Pe- 
ter Miller. Two children were born to 
them— Verne and Ralph. 



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2. Milton Cassidy (5) was married to 
Vida Fisher. 

3. Mary J. Cassidy (5) was married 
to Homer Yeager. 

4. Maud Cassidy (5) was married to 
Bert McConnell. To them were born 
two children — Mary and Viola. 

5. Verne Cassidy (5). 

7. John P. Cassidy (4) was married 
to Anna Dennis, One child was born— 
Dwight. 

2. Robert Cassidy (3) was born 1822 
and died in 1907. He was married to 
Maria Kennedy. They lived in Ohio 
and Indiana, and settled on a farm near 
Flora, 111. He died at the home of his 
neices, Rebecca and Margaret Cassidy, 
in Augusta- twp. , Carroll-co. To their 
union were born four children: 

1. Elizabeth J. Cassidy (4) was mar- 
ried to Thomas Pettijohn. One child 
was born to them, but mother and child 
are both dead. 

2. Joseph K. Cassidy (4) died in the 
army in 1864. 

3. John J. Cassidy (4) was married to 
Edna L. Mulliken. Three children were 
born to them— Holland M., J. Harold 
and Donald M. 

4. Ella Cassidy (4) was married to 
Charles Kitley and to them were born 
seven children. 

1. Ola Kitley (5), married to Frank 
Sunday, had one child — Paul H. 

2. William 0. Kitley (5) was married 
to Delia Donohue. They had two chil- 
dren—Charles R. and Loretta. 



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3. Rob't Kitley (5), married to Orpha 
Stanford, had three children born— Ver- 
nice F., Lucille and Recks. 

4. Rosswell Kitley (5) was married to 
May Leonard. To their union were born 
two children— Manford and Genet. 

5. Samuel Kitley, 6. Archie. 7. Eth- 
el (5). 

3. William Cassidy (3) was born 1824; 
died 1895; was married to Catharine 
Tressel 1849. He lived on farms in Car- 
roll, Coshocton and Stark counties in 
Ohio. He lived two years in Minerva, 
and returned to his farm in Stark coun- 
ty, where he died. To this union were 
born seven children. 

1. Jane Cassidy (4) was married to 
Stephen Jarrett. Nine children were 
born to this union. 

1. Wm. S. Jarrett (5) ; was married to 
Lillie M. Myers; born to this union five 
children: Russell, Mildred, Faletta, and 
two are dead. 

2. Murta A. Jarrett (5); married to 
Henry E. Nihart; born to this union six 
children: Helen, Claud, Ruth, Preston, 
Robert who died in 1897, and Mary. 

3. Claude E. Jarrett (5) ; married to 
Clara E. Casselman; born to this union 
two children: Catharine E. and Arthur. 

4. Mary J. Jarrett (5) ; married to 
Walter Koontz. 

5. Ethel Jarrett (5) ; married to Oscar 
Wilson. 

6. Clara Jarrett (5) ; was married to 
Edward Reed; one child born to their 
union, Abraham Reed. 



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7. Ralph Jarrett (5) ; two children are 
dead; Mrs. Jane Jarrett died in 1902. 

2. Rebecca Cassidy (4) ; married to 
Frank Wyman; born to this union three 
children: 1. Minnie N. Wyman (5); 2. 
Abraham, married to Leota Scofield; 
3. William C, married to Bertha L. 
Richards. 

3. Robert Cassidy (4) ; married to Etta 
Stoonhill; born to this union three chil- 
dren: 1. Leland S. (5), Cullen S., Stan- 
ley D. 

4. Mary Cassidy (4) ; married to Henry 
Best; born to this union three children: 

1. Blanche Best (5) ; married to John 
Stabler; born to this union four children: 
Iva M., J. C, R. W. and Howard. 

2. George Best; married to Anna 
Wright. 

3. Roy Best, married to Ida Henry. 
Mrs. Mary Best died about 1890. 

5. Sarah Cassidy (4) ; died in 1885. 

6. J. B. Cassidy (4) ; married to Etta 
V. Baird; born to this union eight chil- 
dren: 

1. Mary Cassidy (5), married to Ed 
King; one child born, Donald King. 

2. Minna Cassidy, married to Leroy 
Thomas. 

3—8, Anna, Alice, Ella, Albert, Neva- 
da and Leola. 

7. Miriam E. Cassidy (4) ; married to 
Harry H. Mathews; one child was born, 
Catherine Mathews. 

4. Mary J. Cassidy (3) was born 1828; 
died 1892; was married to John Morledge 
1843. They lived all their married life 



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on a farm in Augusta township, now 
owned by their son, Scott Morledge; 
born to this union thirteen children: 

1. Hannah Morledge (4) ; married to 
J. W. Beatty; to their union were born 
three children: Frank, dead (5); How- 
ard, and Mary J., dead. 

2. Nancy J. Morledge (4), died 1878. 

3. Rebecca E. Morledge (4) ; married 
to Lewis Harsh; born to this union six 
children: 1. Anna J. Harsh (5), married 
to Erastus M. Paisley; one child born, 
Luella D. Paisley. 

2. Olemuel Harsh, married to Elsie 
Hayman; bne child, Karl D. Harsh. 

3. Steward M. Harsh, married to Hat- 
tie Hoffman; one child, Helen M. Harsh. 

4. Mary L. Harsh, married to Andrew 
W. Ray; one child. Homer P., who died 
in 1904. 

5—6. Hannah L. and Bertha M. 

4. Scott E. Morledge (4) ; married to 
Ann Laughlin; born to this union five 
children: 

1. Harvey B. Morledge (5), married 
to Ethel Roudebush; one child born to 
them, Annie R. 

2. Jennie L. Morledge, married to J. 
C. Loehr. 

3—5. The other three are dead. 

5. Mary C. Morledge (4) ; married to 
C. L. Brown; born to this union eleven 
children: 

1. JcLn 1.1. Brown (5) ; married to 
Stella Hamilton; born to this union two 
children, Jessie and Mary. 

2. Edna Brown, married to Harvey 



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Fife; one child. 

3. Frank Brown. 

4. Annie Brown, married to Clyde 
Hogue; one child. 

5—11. Jennie Brown, dead; Ralph, 
Walter, Mabel, dead, George, Sherman 
and Helen. 

6. Howard Morledge (4) ; married to 
Annie Walker; born to this union six 
children: Mary B., (5) Helen, Walker, 
Ray v., Howard W. and Joseph, 

7. Sarah Morledge (4) ; married to 
Silas Winters; born to this union four 
children: 

1. Scott Winters (5) ; married to Geor- 
gie B. Owens; born to this union one 
child. Belle G. 

2. Cora Winters (5) ; married to Caleb 
Willever; born to this union two chil- 
dren: Elizabeth, and Dorothy, dead. 

3. Lewis Winters, married to Marga- 
ret Weigand; born to them one child, 
Charles F. Winters. 

4. William Winters. 

8. Lula Morledge (4), married to Jos. 
N. Ward; born to this union two chil- 
dren: 

1. Nina Ward (5), married to O. C. 
Walker; born to this union four children: 
Glen wood, Lela, Joseph W., Ruth V. 

2. Forest Ward. 

9. Cora Morledge (4) ; married to Na- 
than Harsh; born to this union two chil- 
dren, Harry and I^.Iaggi'^ Harsh [5]. 

10. Etta Morledge [4], married to G. 
E. Peaseley; born to this union three 
children: Homer, Scott and Myrl [5]. 



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11. Maggie Morledge [4]; married to 
J. W. Hunter; born to this union five 
children: Anna M., Louis Robert, Dan- 
iel, and Howard S., [5]. 

12. James Morledge, dead. 

13. Abram Morledge, dead. 

5. James Cassidy [3]; born 1829; died 
1905; was married to Margaret Brackin 
1855; she died 1899. They lived in Ohio 
and Illinois. Both died near Augusta. 
There were born to this union three 
children: Rebecca J., [4], Margarett 
and Holland, the last named married to 
Amanda King. 

6. Rebecca Cassidy [3] was born 1832, 
and married to John Wanbaugh 1852. 
They first lived in Carroll county, Ohio, 
then moved to Illinois for a few years, 
then returned to Dellroy, Ohio, where 
they have since resided. There were 
born to this union five children: 

1. Margaret Wanbaugh [4], first mar- 
ried to Alex. Owens ; born to them one 
child, Cora Owens [5], who was married 
to Wm. Guy singer; born to that union 
one child, Ada Guysinger. 

Margaret Wanbaugh was married the 
second time to WilHam Burgess, who 
died in 1896. There were born to them 
seven children : 

1. Belle Burgess [5]. 

2. Anna Burgess, married to Walter 
Marshall; born to this union two chil- 
dren, Helen and Dorothy. 

3. Charles Burgess, married to Etta 
Gardner; born to this union one child, 
Esther Burgess. 



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11 

4, Ida Burgess, married to Lawrence 
Edwards. 
5—7. James, Ada and Lewis Burgess. 

2. William Wanbaugh [4] ; married to 
Mary McKee. She died in 1891. Born 
to this union three children: Lucy, dead; 
John and Jennie [5]. 

3. Ella Wanbaugh, married to Chas. 
C. Hemming. 

4. Ada, married to William Harrison; 
born to this union three children: Lena 
Harrison, married to Albert Paige ; 
Hilda, dead; and Agnes Harrison. 

5. Elizabeth Wanbaugh, dead. 

ROBERT PATTERSON'S FAMILY. 

Robert Patterson, oldest son of John 
and Mary Patterson, was born in Ireland 
June 23,1801. He was married to Nan- 
cy Patterson February 14, 1826. She 
was born November, 1801. To their 
union were born seven children. Nancy 
Patterson died October, 1847. Robert 
Patterson was married the second time 
to Margaret Long, April 1, 1852. She 
was born August, 1823. Three children 
were born to them. Robert Patterson 
died April 21, 1868. Margaret Patterson 
died April 23, 1905. 

FIRST FAMILY. 

1. John C. Patterson [3] was born in 

[1827 and died in 1906. He was married 

Ao Nancy Elliott in 1853. She died in 

'Iowa in 1869. Up to the time of his 

marriage he lived with his father and 



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built the house and barn on the old farm, 
both of which are still standing. After 
his marriage he moved to Iowa, where 
he lived several years. He then moved 
on a farm near Kaney, Kansas, where 
he lived the remainder of his hfe. There 
were born to this union six children: 

1. Emma Patterson [4], married to 
Joseph Cooper; born to this union six 

children: ^ . , x 

1. Pearl E. Cooper [5], married to 
Edward Henshaw; born to this union 
two children, Mable and Alice. 

2. Henry F. Cooper [5]. . 

3. John C. Cooper, married to Flossie 

Summers. ■ . j. t r, 

4. Eleanor Cooper, married to J. r. 
Kuster; born to this union two children, 
John and Frank Kuster. 

5-6. James P. and William Cooper. 

Mrs. Emma Cooper died in 1888. 

2 William F. Patterson [4] ; married 
to Julia McFadden; born to this union 
two children: Lucy and Ellen E. ; the 
last-named married to Ray Goodrich; 
born to this union two children, Ralph 
W. and Herbert L. Mrs. William Pat- 
terson died in 1904. 

3. Marco Patterson died in 18bU. 

4 Dora Patterson died in 1891. 

5* Harry Patterson married to Effie 
Ellis- born to this union five children- 
Gertrude E., [5], Gladys A., Harry E.., 
Sarah A. , and William A- . ^ __ 

6 Winnie Patterson died in 1867. \ 

2. David Patterson [3] was born 183(> 
and died 1850. 



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3. Rebecca Patterson, born 1832 and 
died 1850. 

4. Mary A. Patterson was born 1837 
and died 1843. 

5. Sarah J. Patterson was born 1839 
and died 1846. 

6. James Patterson was born in 1842 
and died in 1892. He was married to 
Eliza J. Scott in 1871; she died in 1907. 
He was a minister of the gospel and 
belonged to the Muskingum Conference 
of the Methodist Protestant church. He 
served one year on the Harrisville cir- 
cuit in Harrison county, Ohio. His 
health failed, and he lived one winter 
in Florida. He lived the remainder of 
his life on a farm near Pleasant Valley 
church in Carroll county, Ohio. 

7. William F. Patterson was born in 
1845 and died in 1863. 

SECOND FAMILY. 

Joseph F. Patterson [3], born in 1853, 
was married to Mary M. Wagner 1878. 
He lived on the old home farm until 
1892 when he moved to Malvern; in 1893 
he moved to Carrollton where he still 
resides. Born to this union five chil- 
dren: 

1. Arilla M. Patterson [3]. 

2. Frank R. Patterson, married to 
Vinona Winrod. 

3. Edna M. Patterson. 

4. Mary B. Patterson, died in 1905. 

5. Alma I. Patterson. 

l^obert A.Patterson was born in 1857, 
married to Isabella Talbott in 1882. He 



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lived on the old farm until 1887, when 
he moved to Carrollton where he still 
resides. 

Milton L. Patterson was born in 1860. 
He lived on the old farm until 1892. He 
worked for the Bell Telephone Co. for 
five or six years in Ohio, Pennsylvania 
and West Virginia, and now lives with 
his brother Joseph in Carrollton. 

JOHN PATTERSON'S FAMILY. 

John Patterson, second son of John 
and Mary Patterson, was born in Ire- 
land March 16, 1803. He was married 
to Miriam Peterson June 17, 1828. He 
lived on the Patterson farm for a few 
years, then bought the farm now owned 
by John Boggs in Harrison township, 
Carroll county, Ohio. He sold that farm 
to Solomon and Levi Miller, April 7, 
1837. He then bought 200 acres in Au- 
gusta township, Carroll county, from 
Roger Morledge, September 3, 1839. 
There were born to him nine children. 
John Patterson died January 29, 1864. 
Miriam, his widow, died November 11, 
1897 

1. Scott Patterson [3] was born 1829, 
died 1867. Was married to Jane Cam- 
eron 1856, who died 1883. Born to their 
union two children: 1. Miriam, married 
to James Crawford; born to their union 
two children: John D. and Scott Craw- 
ford [5]. 

2. John C. Patterson [4], married ^to 
Elizabeth Dumbleton; born to them two 
children, Ida and Susan Patterson [5]. 



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2. John D. Patterson [3] was born in 
1831, died in 1907. He was married to 
Mary Conley in 1854, who died in 1902. 
He lived all his life on a farm in Augus- 
ta township and was a very influential 
man in his community. Born to this 
union seven children: 

1. William Patterson [4], died 1858. 

2. Mattie E. Patterson, married to 
James Edgar who died in 1892. Born to 
this union one child, Edith Edgar [5]. 

3. Ida J. Patterson, married to John 
H. Fimple. Born to this union, two 
daughters, Marie and Bessie. Ida J. 
Fimple died in 1894. 

4. Lila A.Patterson, married to P.M. 
Laughlin. Born to this union one child. 
Hazel Laughlin. Lila A. Laughlin died 
in 1891. 

5. J. Conley Patterson, married to 
Mattie J. Crawford who died in 1888. 

6. George S. Patterson. 

7. Thomas E. Patterson, married to 
Nina Gearhart. Born to this union one 
child, Maritta Patterson. 

3. Robert H. Patterson [3], born 1834, 
died 1887. Married to Mariah Hardesty 
who died in 1892. When first married 
he was principal of the Malvern schools. 
He then went into the mercantile busi- 
ness which he followed in Canal Dover, 
Strasburg and Haysville, Va. , living in 
Canal Dover at the time of his death. 
Born to this union three children: 

1 Thos. F. Patterson, died in 1871. 

2. Charles Patterson who was mar- 
ried to Laura Boorv. 



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3. Virginia Patterson who was mar- 
ried to Herbert Enck; born to this union 
two children: Stanley and Robert [5]. 

4. Mary J. Patterson, born 1836, died 
in 1863, Married to Silas Gonzales. 
They spent the first three years of their 
married life on her father's farm, then 
moved to Oil City, Pa., where she met 
her death in an oil explosion. To this 
union were born three children: 

1. John Gonzales [4] is married and 
has two children. 

2. Joseph W. died in 1894. 

3. Mary J. died in 1865. 

5. Rebecca E. Patterson [3] was born 
in 1840. First married to H. A. McClain 
in 1865. He died in 1869. In 1874 she 
was again married to D. T. Reeder. 
He died in 1889. She has lived in Cin- 
cinnati and the states of Delaware and 
Pennsylvania. She now lives in Alli- 
ance. Two children were born to the 
first union: 

1. Francis V. McLain, married to Jas. 
Buxton; born to them four children: 
Spencer [5], Bula, Charles and Ella. 
The last named died in 1909. 

2. Harry A. McLain [4] married to 
Hannah Van Meter. Born to this union 
four children: I.V. McClain [5], Pauline, 
Ralph and Ester. 

Born to the second union three chil- 
dren: 

1. Jennie M. Reeder [4]. 

2. Charles Reeder, married to Eliza- 
beth Coners; born to this union one 
child, Elizabeth. 



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3. Ralph Reeder. 

6. Hannah Patterson died in 1847. 

7. Mark Patterson died 1847. 

8. Amanda Patterson, born in 1847; 
nnarried to John J. Burtsfield in 1873. 
With the exception of a few years she 
has always lived on a part of her fath- 
er's farm. Born to this union four chil- 
dren: 

1. James, married to Elizabeth R. 
Clark; born to their union two children: 
Elizabeth C. and Florence M.[5]. 

2. Ida Florence Burtsfield [4]. 

3. John C. Burtsfield, married to Mary 
E. Alexander. 

4. Mabel L. Burtsfield, married to S. 
M. Leyda; born to this union three 
children: Virginia, Clyde and George R. 
Leyda. 

9. A. Spencer Patterson, born 1852, 
married to Belle Kennedy in 1875. Ex- 
cepting two years that he lived in Penn- 
sylvania he has always lived on a part 
of his father's farm. Born to tbis un- 
ion three children: 

1. John Patterson died in 1876. 

2. Frank R. Patterson, married to 
Bessie M, Clark; born to this union one 
child, Howard S. Patterson: 

3. Nena May Patterson, married to 
Wilber L. Hyatt. 

Rebecca, youngest child of John and 
Mary Patterson, was born in Washing- 
ton county, Pa., about 1812; was mar- 
ried to Israel Merrick in 1828 and she 
died in 1829, leaving no children. 



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ADDENDA 

Lucy Patterson married to J. B. Mc- 
Ginn. 

Nellie Cooper married to Mr. Kuster. 

Rebecca Wanbaugh died August 1909. 



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