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Descendants of John Patterson

 

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN1 PATTERSON was born ABT 1730 in Scotland, and died ABT 1786 in Cabarrus Co., NC. He married ELIZABETH (ALEXANDER??). She was born Unknown, and died 1864 in Cabarrus Co., NC.

Notes for JOHN PATTERSON:

John Patterson was born about 1730 in Scotland. He arrived in Philadelphia in 1748. In 1737 Henry McCulloh, a merchant was granted 1,200,000 acres of land in North Carolina. Around 1760 the great tide of movement came to the Southern Colonies--Alexanders, Pattersons, Jacks, Polks, Pattons, Caldwells, Wallaces, Wilsons, Clarks, Rosses, and Browns settled in the eastern part of Mecklenburg County(now Cabarrus)(Sketches of Western NC, Hunter). These people were sponsored by Henry McCulloh, who owned land in NC. JOHN served as Tax Assessor of Mecklenburg County from 1778. He lived in District 18. He was married to Elizabeth thought to be an Alexander. He is first found in the records of Anson County. Rowan County was formed from Anson County in 1753. On March 25, 1752, William Alexander bought 640 acres in Anson Co., joining John Patterson and Samuel Blythe. On Jan. 12, 1753, William Alexander, merchant, sold land to Joshua Nichols, Planter. These 640 acres were adjacent to John Patterson's land. On April 6, 1753 Griffith Rutherford bought 700 acres in Anson Co. On May 9, 1753, John Patterson bought 250 acres in Bladen Co. at the head of a branch of Rockfish Creek being the place where William Gilmore did live. On Jan. 28 and 29, 1754, William Alexander, merchant, sold 496 acres of land on the North side of the Cuttaba, south side of 12-mile Creek to John Patterson of Rowan. On February 14, and 15, 1754, John Patterson and wife Elizabeth, his wife of Rowan, sold 496 acres (as described above) to William Nutt, Jr. of Anson County. On Dec. 21, 1761, John Patterson bought 628 acres in Rowan County on the Waters of Sills Creek joining James Erwin, Johsua Nichols, and Samuel Blythe. (This John Patterson may be the father of Robert who married Rhoda Witt and moved to Tennessee). On Oct. 6 and 7, 1763 John Burnet and wife Mary of Rowan County, sold 250 acres of land in Mecklenburg County on Coldwater Creek adjacent to Earl Granville's line to John Patterson. The witnesses were John Haggin, Martin Phifer, and John Patton. On July 6, 1772, Henry Fashparmon and wife Cristiana of Mecklenburg sold 100 acres on Coldwater Creek to John Patterson. On April 13, 1774, Thomas Polk, Abraham Alexander, and Jeremiah McCafferty of Mecklenburg sold to John Patterson and Will Patterson, Jr. lots 197 and 194 on the North side of Tryon Street in Charlotte. John died Oct. 16, 1788, and is thought to be buried in Barberick Cemetery, Concord, NC. His will is filed in Will Book 17, Mecklenburg County, now stored in Raleigh. His will was witnessed by Hugh Patterson who served in the Revolutionary War. ***Please note that DAR Patriot Index records state that a John Patterson in Cabarrus County born

1730 in Ireland and died after 16 October 1786 was in Patriot service. Listed as in Civil Service.***

Children of JOHN PATTERSON and ELIZABETH (ALEXANDER??) are:

2. i. Alexander Patterson2 Sr., b. ABT 1756; d. 2 Jul 1829, Cabarrus Co., NC.

ii. Robert Patterson, d. Unknown.

iii. Charles Patterson, d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 2

2. ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR. (JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born ABT 1756, and died 2 Jul 1829 in Cabarrus Co., NC. He married BARBARA JANE GILMER 2 Jan 1775. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Notes for ALEXANDER PATTERSON SR.:

Alexander Patterson, Sr. served in the American Revolution and on the payroll of Capt. Samuel Reid, August 9, 1780. He received two gold buttons from George Washington. They were donated to Cabarrus County. He is buried in Barberick Family Graveyard in northern Cabarrus county.

N 35'28.479' W. 080'34.828'

Children of ALEXANDER SR. and BARBARA GILMER are:

i. Nelson3 Patterson, d. Unknown.

3. ii. Alexander Patterson Jr., b. 26 Jan 1798; d. 24 Oct 1850, China Grove, NC.

4. iii. Robert Allen Patterson, b. 20 Mar 1802; d. 8 Jan 1858, Rowan County, NC.

iv. John A. Patterson, b. 13 Mar 1804; d. 14 Aug 1824, Cabarrus Co., NC.

Notes for John A. Patterson:

John A. Patterson is buried in same cemetery as Alexander Patterson, Sr. Age 20 years old. Connection between John A. & Alexander, Sr. is not positive.

v. Elizabeth Lawrence Patterson, b. ABT 1795; d. Oct 1864.

vi. Sarah Patterson, b. ABT 1800; d. Unknown; m. John Brantley, 24 Mar 1821, Cabarrus Co., NC; d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 3

3. ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR. (ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 26 Jan 1798, and died 24 Oct 1850 in China Grove, NC. He married JEMIMA MARTIN1 27 Dec 1820 in Cabarrus Co., NC, daughter of RICHARD MARTIN and MARY ?. She was born 1 Jan 1799, and died 19 Nov 1864 in China Grove, NC.

Notes for ALEXANDER PATTERSON JR.:

Alexander Patterson, Jr. is buried at Mt. Zion Reformed Church cemetery, China Grove, Rowan Co., NC.

N 35'33.410' W 080'35.643' This cemetery is only 5.7 miles from his fathers burial place.

Notes for JEMIMA MARTIN:

Jemima Martin Patterson is buried at Mt. Zion Reformed Church cemetery, China Grove, NC N 35'33.410' W 080'35.643'

Children of ALEXANDER JR. and JEMIMA MARTIN are:

5. i. William Allen4 Patterson, b. 24 Mar 1826, Concord, NC; d. 5 Jul 1892, Concord, NC.

ii. John I. Patterson, d. Unknown.

6. iii. Elam Alexander Patterson, b. 4 May 1824; d. 7 Apr 1887.

iv. Joseph A. Patterson, d. 11 Nov 1862.

Notes for Joseph A. Patterson:

Served in 7th. Infantry C company.

v. Charles Patterson, d. Unknown.

vi. George M. Patterson, d. Unknown.

vii. Sarah A. B. Patterson, d. Unknown.

viii. Mary L. Patterson, d. Unknown.

 

4. ROBERT ALLEN3 PATTERSON (ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 20 Mar 1802, and died 8 Jan 1858 in Rowan County, NC. He married SALOME SCHULLENBERGER 12 Oct 1820. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown in Rowan County, NC.

Children of ROBERT PATTERSON and SALOME SCHULLENBERGER are:

i. Simpson Gerhardt4 Patterson, b. 27 Sep 1831; d. 8 Mar 1908, Rowan Co. NC; m. Mary Jane Carrigan, 24 Feb 1859; b. 22 Jun 1836; d. 2 Dec 1915.

Notes for Simpson Gerhardt Patterson:

Simpson Patterson enlisted in Confereate Army on September 1, 1862. Company "H" 8th. Regiment.

ii. Mary Ann Patterson, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

iii. Margaret Patterson, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

iv. Elizabeth Patterson, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

v. Ibsen Franklin Patterson, d. Unknown, China Grove, NC; m. Maria Louisa Low; d. Unknown.

Notes for Ibsen Franklin Patterson:

Ibsen F. Patterson enlisted in Confereate Army on June 7, 1861. Company "A" 12th. Regiment. Had his arm amputated at Chancellorsville, Va.

 

Generation No. 4

5. WILLIAM ALLEN4 PATTERSON (ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 24 Mar 1826 in Concord, NC, and died 5 Jul 1892 in Concord, NC. He married LAURA ALBERTINE SUTHER 16 Sep 1850 in Cabarrus Co., NC, daughter of DAVID SUTHER and SOPHIE CRESS. She was born 9 Mar 1833 in Concord, NC, and died 30 Dec 1908 in Concord, NC.

Notes for WILLIAM ALLEN PATTERSON:

2nd. Lt. Patterson served in Company "E" 33rd. near Kinston, NC. Enlisted at age 40. Appointed to 2nd. Lt. on or about September 20, 1861. He saw service in NewBern area in February 1862. Resigned commission on April 23, 1864 due to health reasons. A military MD named Bingham signed a letter asking that Lt. Patterson be excused from service.

General Robert E. Lee, CSA commanding

III Army Corps Lt. Gen. Ambrose P. Hill

Pender's Division Maj. Gen. William D. Pender

Lane's 2nd. Brigade Brig. Gen. James H. Lane

33rd. NC. Col. Clark M. Avery

This division saw battle at Gettysburg which included the 33rd. NC.

 

Children of WILLIAM PATTERSON and LAURA SUTHER are:

7. i. John Richard5 Patterson, b. 19 Jun 1851; d. 18 Jul 1934, Concord, NC.

ii. Catherine Jemima Patterson, b. 9 Nov 1853, Concord, NC; d. 2 Jun 1939; m. Herman C. Quantz, 25 Dec 1873; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

iii. Maria Cress Patterson, b. 2 Apr 1856, Concord, NC; d. 14 Jun 1922; m. John N. Maxwell, 15 Oct 1874; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

iv. Laura Rinda Patterson, b. 7 Jan 1860, Concord, NC; d. 25 Aug 1912; m. Walter Kimmons, 15 Feb 1877; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

Notes for Laura Rinda Patterson:

Laura married John T. Trexler 1-27-1887...married Nelson E. Earnhardt.. no date.

8. v. Edwin Milas Patterson Sr., b. 6 May 1862, Concord, NC; d. 10 Nov 1950.

vi. Emma Jane Patterson, b. 9 Oct 1864; d. Unknown; m. John I. Shaver, 5 May 1884; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

vii. Fannie Alexander Patterson, b. 22 Aug 1873, Concord, NC; d. Unknown; m. Algenon Cornelison, 4 May 1893; b. Unknown; d. 7 Feb 1956, Lower Lake, Ca..

 

6. ELAM ALEXANDER4 PATTERSON (ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON)2 was born 4 May 1824, and died 7 Apr 1887. He married BARBARA MARIA KETNER. She was born 1 Feb 1831, and died 7 Oct 1852.

Child of ELAM PATTERSON and BARBARA KETNER is:

9. i. John Ketner5 Patterson, b. 24 Apr 1852; d. 10 Aug 1927.

 

Generation No. 5

7. JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON (WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 19 Jun 1851, and died 18 Jul 1934 in Concord, NC. He married MARY LUCRETIA PROPST 3 Feb 1876, daughter of CAPT. PROPST and HENRITTA RITCHIE. She was born 6 Mar 1857, and died 16 Nov 1889 in Concord, NC.

Notes for JOHN RICHARD PATTERSON:

Was appointed Registrar for Ward #3 Concord precinct #12 in 1897. Buried at N35`25.367 W080`35.570

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Children of JOHN PATTERSON and MARY PROPST are:

10. i. Louis Allen Patterson6 Sr., b. 28 Sep 1882, Concord, NC; d. 2 Apr 1962, Concord, NC.

ii. Addie Patterson, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

 

8. EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON5 SR. (WILLIAM ALLEN4 PATTERSON, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 6 May 1862 in Concord, NC, and died 10 Nov 1950. He married SADDIE JANET WILEY. She was born 17 Jun 1869 in Neapolis, Va., and died 2 Jan 1937.

Children of EDWIN SR. and SADDIE WILEY are:

11. i. Jessie Wiley6 Patterson, b. 10 Dec 1896; d. 26 Jun 1982.

12. ii. Edwin Milas Patterson Jr., b. 12 Mar 1906; d. 11 Sep 1985, Spencer, NC.

 

9. JOHN KETNER5 PATTERSON (ELAM ALEXANDER4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 24 Apr 1852, and died 10 Aug 1927. He married ESTER ALEXANDER, daughter of JOHN ALEXANDER and JANE KESTLER. She was born 22 Jun 1860, and died 9 Nov 1935.

Child of JOHN PATTERSON and ESTER ALEXANDER is:

i. S. Kay6 Patterson, d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 6

10. LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6 SR. (JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 28 Sep 1882 in Concord, NC, and died 2 Apr 1962 in Concord, NC. He married EFFIE ESTELLA MICHAEL 5 Mar 1911, daughter of DANIEL MICHAEL and CORNELIA SINK. She was born 14 Oct 1889 in Lexington, NC, and died 4 Nov 1988 in Concord, NC.

Children of LOUIS SR. and EFFIE MICHAEL are:

13. i. Louis Allen Patterson7 Jr., b. 24 Dec 1911, Lexington, NC; d. 6 Mar 1991, Concord, NC.

14. ii. John William Patterson Sr., b. 3 Sep 1914, Concord, NC; d. 22 Jul 1995, Salisbury, NC.

15. iii. Frank Earl Patterson Sr., b. 28 Dec 1918, Concord, NC; d. 28 Nov 2002, Concord, NC.

16. iv. Dorothy Cornelia Patterson, b. Private.

17. v. Mary Lillian Patterson, b. Private.

18. vi. Mildred Ann Patterson, b. Private.

 

11. JESSIE WILEY6 PATTERSON (EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON5 SR., WILLIAM ALLEN4 PATTERSON, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 10 Dec 1896, and died 26 Jun 1982. She married LONNIE HUBBERT HEILIG 24 Dec 1918, son of JAMES HEILIG and LUCINDA HOLSHOUSER. He was born 19 Oct 1898, and died 13 Jul 1950 in Granite Quarry, NC.

Child of JESSIE PATTERSON and LONNIE HEILIG is:

19. i. Douglas Patterson7 Heilig, b. 5 Sep 1919; d. 24 Feb 1976.

 

12. EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON6 JR. (EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON5 SR., WILLIAM ALLEN4 PATTERSON, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 12 Mar 1906, and died 11 Sep 1985 in Spencer, NC. He married MARY VIRGINIA RODERICK 22 Dec 1934 in Spencer, NC. She was born 9 Nov 1905, and died 6 Oct 1977.

Child of EDWIN JR. and MARY RODERICK is:

20. i. Edwin Milas7 Patterson III, b. Private.

 

Generation No. 7

13. LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON7 JR. (LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6 SR., JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 24 Dec 1911 in Lexington, NC, and died 6 Mar 1991 in Concord, NC. He married NAN LEE JUSTICE Private. She was born Private.

Notes for LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON JR.:

Louis Patterson entered the Army in April 1943. His service was at Camp Barkley, Texas. He left service in July 1943 due to medical problems.

Children of LOUIS JR. and NAN JUSTICE are:

i. Louis Allen8 Patterson III, b. Private; m. (1) Kathy Bollinger, Private; b. Private; m. (2) Winnifred Ruth Farmer, Private; b. Private.

ii. Malinda Jean Patterson, b. Private; m. Robert M. Barbee, Private; b. Private.

iii. Patricia Gail Patterson, b. Private; m. Thomas Mike Johnson, Private; b. Private.

iv. George Michael Patterson, b. Private; m. Janet Troutman, Private; b. Private.

v. Robert Lee Patterson, b. Private; m. Karen Rogers, Private; b. Private.

 

14. JOHN WILLIAM PATTERSON7 SR. (LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6, JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 3 Sep 1914 in Concord, NC, and died 22 Jul 1995 in Salisbury, NC. He married RUTH RUFTY Private, daughter of OLIVER RUFTY and NANNY LEMLY. She was born Private.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM PATTERSON SR.:

John Patterson was unable to serve in the military due to medical problems. He did work Wright's Automatic Machine Shop, Durham, NC. They built bomb sights for military aircraft.

Family history at:

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Children of JOHN SR. and RUTH RUFTY are:

i. Mary Harriet8 Patterson, b. Private; m. Robert Calvin Kluttz, Private; b. Private.

ii. John William Patterson Jr., b. Private; m. Cindy Ruth Workman, Private; b. Private.

iii. Daniel Michael Patterson, b. Private; m. Jatana Lynne Smith, Private; b. Private.

iv. Thomas Rufty Patterson Sr., b. Private; m. Carolyn Jane Seay, Private; b. Private.

 

15. FRANK EARL PATTERSON7 SR. (LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6, JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 28 Dec 1918 in Concord, NC, and died 28 Nov 2002 in Concord, NC. He married RUTH MANN Private. She was born Private.

Notes for FRANK EARL PATTERSON SR.:

Frank Patterson entered the Army in January 1941. Company E, 30th. Division, 119 Infantry. His unit left Boston and landed in South Hampton, England. They visited France, Belgium, Netherlands & Germany. Were in 5 major battles including the Battle of the Bulge. He left service in September 1945.

Children of FRANK SR. and RUTH MANN are:

i. Carol Ann8 Patterson, b. Private; m. Jeffrey Alan Gilbert, Private; b. Private.

ii. Cynthia Ruth Patterson, b. Private; m. Jack Briggman, Private; b. Private.

iii. Frank Earl Patterson Jr., b. Private; m. Susan Brines, Private; b. Private.

 

16. DOROTHY CORNELIA7 PATTERSON (LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6 SR., JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born Private. She married GEORGE BAGBY BRANDON JR. Private, son of GEORGE SR and LILLIAN SUTHER. He was born 29 Jun 1922 in Kannapolis, NC, and died 30 Jun 2001 in Salisbury, NC.

Notes for GEORGE BAGBY BRANDON JR.:

George Brandon entered the Army Air Corp. in March 1943. 93rd. Heavy bomb group. Squad 335 flying B-24's for General Doolittle. Flew 11 missions and shot down on June 11, 1944. He was a navigator. His unit flew to England via Labrador, Iceland and then England. They flew missions all over Europe. He was shot down flying a B-24 # 42-95039. It was hit by flak and went into a flat spin and crashed in swamps northeast of Stettin, Poland. Up to four chutes were sighted. MACR 6152 and spent time in POW camp "Stalag Luft #3 in (Zagan) Sagan, Poland". 100 miles SE of Berlin. When Russians got to close they were moved to Moosburg, Bavaria (S. Germany). On 31 January the South Compound men plus 200 men from the West Compound went to Stalag 7A at Moosburg in rail "forty-and eight" boxcars packed 50 men and 1 guard in each boxcar. The trip took two days and two nights. The camp held over 11,000 Allied Officer airmen when it was evacuated in January 1945. American strength was 6,844 - the largest American officers' camp in Germany.

Stalag VII A was liberated on 29 April 1945 by Combat Command A of the 14th Armored Division after a pitched battle with a large defending force of 5,000-7,000 German troops. Foremost among the defending units was the 17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division supported by a few remaining self-propelled guns and 88 mm antitank guns. Combat Command A had a total strength of 1,750 officers and men, including only a single company of armored infantrymen. The American force learned of the existence of the camp, and its approximate location only a few hours before the attack. Because so many Allied POWs were in the area, the U.S. artillery, a major factor in any attack, was ordered not to fire, and remained silent during the attack. POWs inside the wire heard the Germans open fire on the American liberators as they crossed a bridge leading into Moosburg. The American response was instantaneous. Outnumbered, but not outgunned, the men of the combat command waded into the SS troops with a ferocity and volume of weapons fire that stunned even the most veteran SS officers. Resistance was eliminated, and the camp liberated. Among the 130,000 Allied POWs liberated were 30,000 American soldiers, sailors, airmen, and even a few Marines. It was the largest single liberation of American POWs in the history of the US military. Following the war, the U.S. Army officially designated the 14th Armored Division as the "LIBERATORS" for liberating so many American and Allied POWs from German camps... He left service in September 1945. Returned back tk USA at Boston. His pilot was Edward J. Woodward - shot while evading German train guards. CP was Harry M. Purdy. KIA.

Although hundreds of attempts to escape from the camp have been undertaken, Stalag Luft 3 has become world famous because of the "Great Escape" in the night from March 24-25, 1944. It involved the construction of a 336 ft (102 m) long tunnel ("Harry")- the longest ever built in Germany during World War Two. Seventy-six officers escaped. All but tree were re-captured and of these, upon the order of Hitler, fifty were turned over to the Gestapo and were executed by shooting.

 

Children of DOROTHY PATTERSON and GEORGE JR. are:

i. George Bagby8 Brandon III, b. 23 May 1946, Concord, NC; d. 4 Nov 1949.

ii. Richard Allen Brandon, b. Private; m. Linda Goodnight, Private; b. Private.

iii. Thomas Hall Brandon, b. Private; m. George Ann Culp, Private; b. Private.

 

17. MARY LILLIAN7 PATTERSON (LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6 SR., JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born Private. She married JAMES RUSSELL SHROPSHIRE SR. Private. He was born Private.

Children of MARY PATTERSON and JAMES SR. are:

i. Jo Ann8 Shropshire, b. Private; m. (1) Danny Bost, Private; b. Private; m. (2) James Fletcher Lomax, Private; b. 10 Apr 1942, Concord, NC; d. 19 Mar 1999, Concord, NC.

ii. James Russell Shropshire Jr., b. Private; m. Judith Tarlton, Private; b. Private.

iii. Edward Michael Shropshire, b. 28 Apr 1950, Concord, NC; d. 17 Jul 1973, Folkston, Ga..

 

18. MILDRED ANN7 PATTERSON (LOUIS ALLEN PATTERSON6 SR., JOHN RICHARD5 PATTERSON, WILLIAM ALLEN4, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born Private. She married BOYD ARCHIE BIGGERS Private, son of JOHN BIGGERS and ANNIE BOST. He was born Private.

Children of MILDRED PATTERSON and BOYD BIGGERS are:

i. Lou Ann8 Biggers, b. Private; m. Floyd Lee Carter Jr., Private; b. Private.

ii. Janet Lynn Biggers, b. Private; m. (1) Ray Marshall Cook, Private; b. Private; m. (2) Ronald Gold Overcash, Private; b. Private.

 

19. DOUGLAS PATTERSON7 HEILIG (JESSIE WILEY6 PATTERSON, EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON5 SR., WILLIAM ALLEN4 PATTERSON, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born 5 Sep 1919, and died 24 Feb 1976. He married EVELYN MAE TIPPETT Private. She was born Private.

Child of DOUGLAS HEILIG and EVELYN TIPPETT is:

i. Susan Margaret8 Heilig, b. Private.

 

20. EDWIN MILAS7 PATTERSON III (EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON6 JR., EDWIN MILAS PATTERSON5 SR., WILLIAM ALLEN4 PATTERSON, ALEXANDER PATTERSON3 JR., ALEXANDER PATTERSON2 SR., JOHN1 PATTERSON) was born Private. He married EDNA ROSE TEMPLETON Private. She was born Private.

Children of EDWIN PATTERSON and EDNA TEMPLETON are:

i. Evan Milas8 Patterson, b. Private.

ii. Elena Maria Patterson, b. Private.

iii. Erin Patterson, b. Private.

 

 

Endnotes

1. Dates From files of Mrs. S.K. Patterson.

2. Marriage of Elam A. Patterson.by Rev. Rothrock at home of David Ketner

 


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