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Patterson: Generation 5


Some Children of Gilbert Patterson (III)

 

 

 

 

Chloe Patterson & Strangeman Modglin

 

                Chloe Patterson was married to Strangeman Modglin during or before 1785, necessitating a birth year before 1770.  Daughter Ann was supposedly born c. 1778.  In the 1830 Census, however, the oldest female in the household was 50-60.  Was the census taker simply wrong, had Chloe already died, was she not the mother of Strangeman's eldest children, or was the 1830 householder not the same Strangeman?

Strangeman was probably the son of Newman Modglin, who resided on Big Buffalo Creek near Donald McIvers, John Kendrick and Gilbert Patterson on 1 Nov 1784.

1785: Gilbert Patterson deeded 200 acres to Strangeman Modglin for  "for the consideration of the love and esteem that I bear for the said Strangeman Modglin" plus 5 shillings.  This deed of gift was undoubtedly the  reason that the petition of Nov 1801 stated that Chloe and Strangeman had "received their full shares or dividends of both the real and personal estate of the said deceased having been advanced by him in his lifetime".[1] 

1790 Census, Chatham County, NC:  Strangeman Modglin is listed in Hillsborough District as the head of a household consisting of 2 males under 16, 1 over; 2 females; 0 slaves.  To have been the mother of this household, Cloe must have been at least 20 years of age, yet probably not over 30 - and probably not married more than eight years.[2]   They are living next door to John McIver Senior.

Feb 1792: Strangmon Modglin was appointed the administrator of the Sarah Hayes estate in Chatham County.  The 50 Administrator's Bond was posted by Cato Riddle.[3]

                5 Jan 1799: Emanuel Patterson of Anson County, NC, and Mordica Patterson of Chatham County, NC, sold 150 acres on the west side of the North Fork of George's Creek adjoining John Burns and the late Gilbert Patterson to  Jesse Poe.  Witnesses: Frances Patterson and Strangman Modlin.[4]  Emanuel and Mordicah were Chloe's brothers; Jesse Poe was her brother-in-law.

According to Virginia Stephenson, the family was reportedly living in IL by 1810 as stated in suit brought in Robertson County, TN that year.  In 1818 daughter Lydia was married there.

1820 Census, Pope County, IL: Straingman Modglen is listed with 1 male under 10,  1 over 45; 3 females 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 over 45.[5]  Also enumerated in Pope that year were Linsey, William, John, and a second William Modglin.  In Monroe County, IL were John and Henry Modglin. John was enumerated next to Charles and Solomon Patterson, Chloe's brothers.

1830 Census, Pope County, IL: Strangeman Modgelin was listed with 1 male 20-30, 1 60-70,; 1 female 10-15, 3 20-30, 1 50-60.[6] 

 

 

Children[7] of Chloe Patterson and Strangeman Modglin:   

 

Mary Elizabeth Modglin (1774 -     ; m. Billington Taylor)

John Modglin

Anne Modglin (c. 1778 -     )

Henry Modglin (c. 1782 -     )

Celia Modglin (15 Jun 1793 -     )

Chloe J. Modglin

Lydia Modglin (m. Joseph Neal 11 Nov 1818)

 

 


  

Charity Patterson & Jesse Poe

               

1760: Jesse Poe was born in Culpeper County, VA, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Poe.

5 Jan 1799: Emanuel Patterson of Anson County, NC, and Mordicai Patterson of Chatham County, NC, sold 150 acres on the west side of the North Fork of George's Creek adjoining John Burns and the late Gilbert Patterson to Jesse Poe.  Witnesses: Frances Patterson and Strangman Modlin.[8]  Emanuel and Mordicai were Charity's brothers; Stangeman Modlin was her brother-in-law.

20 Apr 1801: Jesse made entry for 107 acres on the waters of Deep River.

                Feb 1806: Archibald McIntyre was appointed overseer of the road from Brantley's Ferry on the Deep River "in room of Jesse Poe".  Among others, McIntyre was to have "Jesse Poe's hands" to work this road.[9]

                1810 Census, Chatham County, NC:  4 males under 10, 1 26-45; 1 female under 10, 1 26-45; 1 slave.

                23 Nov 1811: Luke Patterson of Williamson County, TN sold 420 acres on George's Creek to Jesse for $43.  It adjoined Jesse's land.  The sale was witnessed by Russel Massey.[10]

1830 Census, Chatham County, NC: 1 male 15-20, 2 20-30, 1 60-70; 1 female 20-30, 1 60-70.[11]

1840 Census, Chatham County, NC: 1 male 60-70; 1 female 20-30, 1 60-70.[12]

7 Jun 1848: Charity Patterson Poe died.[13]

11 Oct 1850 Census, Chatham County, NC (Upper Regiment): Farmer Jesse Poe 80, born VA, with real property valued at $600.

28 Aug 1850: Jesse signed his will:

 

Will of Jesse Poe


                I Jesse Poe Sen. of the County of Chatham and State of North Carolina being of sound mind and memory, but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence, do make and declare this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say, first, that my executors (hereinafter named) shall provide for my body a decent burial, and pay all funeral expenses together with all my just debts howsoever and to whomsoever oweing out of the moneys that may first come into their hands as a part or parcel of my estate.

Item -- I give and bequeath to my son James or the heirs of his body one hundred dollars to be paid by my executors within two years from the time of my death out of any moneys belonging to my estate.

Item -- I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucy Tyser and her husband Jordan Tyser one dollar each to be paid by my executors within two years from the time of my death.

Item -- I give and bequeath to my son-in-law Franklin Hatch one dollar to be paid by my executors within two years from to time of my death.

Item -- I give and devise to my son Beverly for his use & benefit during his natural life a tract of land containing fifty acres to be laid out by metes & bounds so as to include his house & outhouses & other improvements, and after his death to go to the heirs of his body; this land is valued at one hundred dollars & to come out of his share as expressed hereinafter.

Item -- My will and desire is that all the residue of my estate, if any, after taking out the devises and legacies above mentioned shall be equally divided share and share alike between my sons Gilbert, Jesse, Joseph, Willis, Hasten and Beverly & my daughter Jane Hatch to them and each and every of them their executors, administrators, and assigns absolutely forever; excepting as to my son Beverly & daughter Jane Hatch; one hundred dollars in consideration of the land to be taken out of my son Beverly's share; and I leave my son Beverly's portion in trust to my executors hereinafter named for his use & benefit during his natural life & after his death to go to his children -- and my daughter Jane Hatch's portion I leave in trust to my executors for her use and benefit during her natural life and should she die without issue then the property I leave her is to revert back to her brothers, my sons;

And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my beloved sons; Jesse, Joseph, Hasten, & Willis Poe; my lawful executors to all intents and purposes to execute this my last will and testament, according to the true intent and meaning of the same and every part and clause thereof hereby revoking and declaring utterly void all other wills and testaments by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal this the 28th day of August A.D. 1850.[14]

Jesse (x) Poe (Seal)
 

Robt E. Rives
Isaac Jackson
Thomas Farish

 

Jesse died on 15 Feb 1859.

 

 

Children of Charity Patterson and Jesse Poe:

 

Gilbert Poe (1789 -    )

Lucy Ann Poe (Mar 1792 - 13 Aug 1853; m. Jordan Tyser)

Beverly Poe [male]

James Poe (c. 1799 -     )

Jane Poe (1804 - 1874; m. Franklin Hatch)

Jesse Poe (1 Mar 1806 - 14 Feb 1896)

Joseph Marley Poe (1809 - 7 Jun 1868; m. Alisey Hackney 2 Feb 1832)

Hasten Poe (1809 - 1894)  [male]

Willis Poe (21 Nov 1811 - 10 Apr 1887)

 

 


 

  

Patience Patterson & Joseph Lea

 

One would assume that Patience was already married to Joseph Lea when the latter was appointed administrator of the Gilbert Patterson estate in August 1797 and guardian of Mark, Luke, Gilbert, Moses, Solomon, Anne, and Charles Patterson in May 1798.  Yet the 1801 petition of the children of Gilbert Patterson makes no reference to Patience as the wife of Joseph Lea.  She was instead referred to as "Patience Patterson".[15]

Joseph Lea Senior began buying land in Chatham as early as 1787; he died in 1804.  By 1818 "Joseph Junior had amassed large holdings called 'Egypt' on the south side of Deep River."  He was highly prosperous until an "illfated" project to dredge the river for navigation. It's likely, although certainly not definite, that Joseph Lea Senior was the administrator of the gilbert Patterson estate and that Patience married Joseph Junior. 

1790 Census, Chatham County, NC (Hillsborough District):  Joseph Lea was listed with 3 males under 16, 2 over; 6 females; 13 slaves.[16]   This is probably Joseph Senior.

Feb 1806: Along with  John Williams and Joab Johnson,  Joseph Lea was appointed a "Patrollee" in Capt. Bennett's District, formerly Capt. Cato Riddle's District, in Chatham County.[17]

1810 Census, Chatham County, NC: Joseph Lea was enumerated with 1 male 26-45, 2 females 16-26.  This must be Patience and Joseph.

1820 Census, Chatham County, NC:  2 males under 10, 2 26-44; 3 females under 10, 1 26-44; 14 slaves.[18] 

 

 

 


 

 

Luke Patterson

 

Luke was still a minor in Nov of 1801 when the children of Gilbert Patterson filed the petition to divide his estate.[19]

22 Oct 1807: Luke married Hannah Westbrooke in Williamson County, TN.[20]   Lucas supplies a date of 19 Oct 1807, perhaps the date of the license.[21]

The 1810 Tax List in Williamson County, TN listed a Luke Patterson.[22]

23 Nov 1811: Luke Patterson of Williamson County, TN sold 420 acres on George's Creek to Jesse Poe of Chatham County, NC.  The parcel bordered land already belonging to Jesse.  The sale was witnessed by Russel Massey.[23]  Luke's sister charity was married to Jesse Poe.

He had moved to Monroe County, IL by 1818, when he was listed on the Illinois Census.[24]  He was listed as an early [1816-1818] livestock  owner in The History of Randolph, Monroe, and Perry Counties, Illinois.

1820 Census, Monroe County, IL: Luke Patterson was listed with 2 males under 10, 1 26-45; 2 females under 10, 1 1  16-26, 1 26-45.[25]  Also residing in the county were brothers Charles and Solomon Patterson, along with several Modglins.

Is he the Luke Patterson, a 63 year old laborer born in NC, who was enumerated on the 1850 Census in Washington County, IL?

 

  


 

 

Mark Patterson & Sarah "Dicy" Riddle

 

2 Mar 1785: Mark was born in Chatham County, NC.[26]

18 Feb 1787: Sarah, the daughter of Thomas and Frances Riddle, was born in Chatham County, NC.[27]  She was called "Dicy Sarah Riddle" by Dorotha Marsh; but Virginia Stephenson claims that her real name was Sarah, that Dicy was only a nickname.

According to Virginia Stephenson, Mark and Dicey were Primitive Baptists.

Mark was reportedly living in Williamson County, TN by 1807, as were brothers Luke and Joab.  James, John, and H. James Patterson were also residing in Williamson that year.  Mark wasn't listed in the Tax List in 1808, although brother Luke was.  Did Mark return to NC to court and marry Dicey?  If so, he returned to Williamson County in 1809 when he paid a double tax.  (On 12 Dec 1808 oldest child Gilbert was born in TN.)  In 1810 and 1811, Joab, Luke, and Mark Patterson [along with the unknown John and James] were all listed on the Williamson County Tax Rolls.  Joab disappeared in 1812, but the names [probable brother] Solomon and [an unknown] Andrew Patterson were added to the other four.  In 1813, Mark, Luke, and Solomon disappeared.[28]

1815:  Mark Patterson was listed as member of a road crew in Robertson County, TN.[29]

7 Aug 1820 Census, Springfield, Robertson County, TN: Mark was enumerated with 3 males under 10, 1 10-16, 1 26-45; 4 females under 10, 1 26-45; 0 slaves; 2 persons in agriculture.[30]   Also enumerated in Robertson County were Joseph Poe and Jeremiah Minter.  By coincidence, the Pattersons were listed only one household away from James and Lydia Kilgore Yates.

1828 Tax List, Henry County, TN:  Mark was shown with 1 free poll.  Listed next to him is "S. Wm. Patterson" with 115 acres, 1 poll, and 1 slave.[31]  Who is S. William Patterson?

1830 Census, Henry County, TN:  2 males 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 20-30, 1 40-50; 1 female 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 15-20, 1 40-50.[32]

1832 Tax List, Henry County, TN:  Mark was assessed for 100 acres.[33]

May 1832: The court in Chatham County, NC ordered Cato and Thomas Riddle, as administrators of the estate of Thomas Riddle, to pay Mark Patterson $313.43.[34]

Between 1837 and 1841 Mark Patterson sold 100 acres to the heirs of Martin Baker in Henry County, TN.[35]  Mark and Dicey's daughter Frances married Samuel Baker.

1840 Census, Henderson County, TN: 2 males 15-20, 1 50-60; 2 females 10-15, 1 20-30, 1 50-60.  The Morgan Gilliam family was enumerated next to them.[36]  Daughter Sarah married Morgan Gilliam. 

1 Dec 1843: "Mark Patterson of Henderson" purchased 208 acres in Weakley County for $600 from "Thomas Evans of Shelby" for $600.  The parcel was located in District 13, R2 S5, adjoining [son] Thomas Patterson.[37]  Son Mark had bought 115 acres in District 13, R2 S5 on 1 Jan 1842.

11 Sep 1844: Mark purchased 10 1/4 acres adjoining his own land and Gilbert Patterson for $30 from N.  W. and D. E. Jones.  The sale was witnessed by [son-in-law] Samuel Baker.[38]

Mark was listed in the Weakley County Tax Books  in 1845, 1846, and 1847 with holdings of: 200 acres valued at $600, 208 acres at $600, and 210 acres at $600.[39]  He'd purchased the 208 acres adjoining Thomas Patterson on 1 Dec 1843.  He sold it to sons Riddle and Mark on 23 Apr 1851.   When did he obtain the other parcels?

29 Mar 1845: Charles Riddle granted power of attorney to Mark Patterson in Henderson County to negociate with Cato Riddle, the administrator of the estate of father-in-law Thomas Riddle.  Mark undoubtedly returned to Chatham County, NC at that time.[40]  Charles was Dicey's brother.  See details of the Thomas Riddle estate settlement.

7 Nov 1850 Census, Henderson County, TN: Farmer aged 65, born in NC, with property worth $300; Dicy aged 63, born in NC; farmer "Roale", aged 26, born TN.[41]  "Roale" was son Riddle.  The average real estate worth for the 20 closest farmers in Henderson was $384.25. With the  high and low thrown out, then the average was $357.50.  We can't therefore consider Mark very affluent at this stage in his life.

23 Apr 1851: He sold 133 1/2 acres in District 13, R2 S5, Weakley County, to [son] Riddle Pattison for $529.  This parcel was described as adjoining Thomas Patterson.  Witnesses: Samuel Baker, [son-in-law] G. W. Campbell, and Thomas Patterson.  Mark then sold 75 acres adjoining Riddle Patterson to Mark Pattison Junior for $262.50.[42]

1851 Tax List, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Mark was assessed for 200 acres valued at $600.

17 Aug 1860 Census, Henderson County, TN  (Shady Hill P.O.):  Farmer aged 75, born in NC, with real and personal property estimated at $300 and $2,000; Dicy aged 72, born in NC.[43]

17 Feb 1862: Mark died in Henderson County.  Charles Patterson was named administrator of the estate, posting a bond of $6,000 with Tyson G. Maness, William L. Stegall, and John Shephard as securities.  Charles was Mark and Dicy's son.

Aug 1862: Christopher Jones was appointed guardian of Louisa, Henry, Charles, Alexander, and Hugh, "minor orphans of Zachariah Beacham, deceased",  with a bond of $600.  His securities were Tyson G. Maness and John Shepard.[44]   Does this timing indicate that Mark himself was the guardian of his five grandchildren at the time of his death?  Christopher Perry Jones was married to Milberry Patterson, Mark and Dicy's daughter.

26 Jul 1870 Census, Henderson County, TN  (Lexington Post Office):  Age 85, "Keeping House", value of real and personal property $100 and $750 respectively.[45]   She was enumerated next to the household of Charles Patterson.

26 Sep 1875: Dicey Riddle Patterson died in Henderson County.  She was buried next to husband Mark on their farm at Jack's Creek, near Center Hill.[46]  Jack's Creek became part of Chester County in 1879.  On 23 May 1881: Charles R. Patterson wrote in a letter that "Father and Mother & my wife oldest son is berried in a butiful place near the old brick yard.  Father told mee the day before he died that tare was where he wanted to bee berried."  Descendants erected a tombstone at their burial site and also memorial stones in Patterson Cemetery, Greenfield, Weakley County.[47]

 

 

Children of Mark and Sarah "Dicey" Riddle Patterson:    

 

Gilbert Benjamin Patterson  (12 Dec 1808 - 31 Mar 1893; m. Mildred Campbell* 5 Oct 1826)

Thomas Patterson (29 Mar 1810 - 12 Jun 1890; m. 1st Mary Bacchus, m. 2nd Marie Hannah Woods, 3rd wife currently unknown, m. 4th Tabitha Mounce Cowan 24 May 1874)

Sarah Patterson (c. 1811 -     ; m. Morgan Gilliam)

Frances Patterson (`15 Aug 1813 - 4 Dec 1873; m. Samuel Baker)

Elizabeth Patterson (23 Aug 1815 - 15 Jan 1898; m. George Washington Campbell* 17 Jul 1834)

Mark Patterson (4 Oct 1818 - 28 Feb 1898; m. Martha J. ______)

Charles R. Patterson (17 Aug 1820 - 3 Sep 1897; m. 1st Sarah L. Campbell*, m. 2nd Jane Priddy)

Riddle Patterson (13 Jun 1822 - 1 Apr 1903; m. Elizabeth ______)

Mary Patterson (c. 1825 - 1893; m. Elias B. Richardson)

Milberry Beatrice Patterson (18 Nov 1828 - 17 Oct 1920; m. Christopher Perry Jones 5 Sep 1850)

Nancy Patterson (c. 1830 - 1862; m. Zachariah Beacham)

 

 

*Mildred, George Washington, and Sarah Campbell are believed to have been brother and sisters.  Although many have searched, no one has been able to discover their parents.  Their father was not the wealthy George Washington Campbell of Nashville.

 

 


 

  

Moses Patterson & Tabitha Dodson

 

c. 1790: Moses was born in Chatham County.

c. 1795: Tabitha Dodson was born in Pittsylvania County, VA, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Dodson.

He is not the Moses Patterson who married Patience Exum on 20 Jan 1822 in Davidson Co, TN.  That couple was residing in Davidson County in the 1850 and 1860 Censuses.  In the former, that Moses claimed to have been born TN; in the latter, it was Virginia.

Moses Patterson appeared on the 1816 Tax List, Maury County, TN.[48]

3 May 1823: Moses Patterson and Jordon Dodson witnessed a deed for 150 acres from William Martin to Samuel Elton in Giles County, TN.[49]  Brother Solomon had married Barsheba Elton in neighboring Maury County in 1811.

16 Feb 1824: Moses Patterson and William Dearing testified to witnessing the will of William Martin.

19 May 1828: Tabitha was granted Letters of Administration for the Moses Patterson estate.

1854: Tabitha died in Greene County, MO.  She is buried in the Dodson Cemetery near Mentor.

               

               

 Children of Moses and Tabitha Dodson Patterson:

 

William G. Patterson (30 Sep 1812 -     ; m. Arminty Sessions)

James Patterson (12 Nov 1814 -     ; m. Susan Kerr)

Lydia Patterson (c. 1819 -     ; m. James H. Kerr)

Eliza Patterson (27 Apr 182_ -     ; m. Thomas Spivey)

Mary A. "Polly" Patterson (m. James Bradley Samuels)

Tabitha Patterson (m. Chesley Sowell)

 

 


 

 

Solomon Patterson & Barsheba Elton

 

c. 1796: Solomon Patterson was born in Chatham County, NC.  Solomon was a minor in Nov of 1801 when the children of Gilbert Patterson filed a petition to divide his estate in Chatham Co, NC.[50]

27 Aug 1811: Solomon married Barsheba Elton in Maury County, TN, with [brother] Joab Patterson as bondsman.  We can't be 100% sure that the Solomon who married Barsheba was our Solomon, but having a bondsman named Joab certainly makes it highly probable.[51]  Another indication: Moses Patterson [another brother] witnessed a deed from William Martin to Samuel Elton in Giles County, bordering Maury County on the south, in 1823.

He apparently resided briefly in Williamson County, TN, but had disappeared by 1813.[52]

1820 Census, Monroe County, IL: Solomon was enumerated with 1 male under 10, 1 26-45; 3 females under 10, 1 16-26.[53]  On one side was Charles Patterson and just above Charles was a John Modglin.

1830 Census, Monroe County, IL (Bellefontaine Township):  Solomon was listed with 2 males under 5, 2 5-10, 1 30-40; 1 female 10-15, 1 15-20, 1 30-40.[54]  As will be seen in the following censuses, this was certainly the solomon who married Barsheba Elton.  But was he the son of Gilbert Patterson of Chatham County?  I'm inclined to believe that he was.

1840 Census, Monroe County, IL: 2 males 10-15, 1 15-20, 1 40-50; 1 female 40-50.

16 Oct 1850 Census, Monroe County, IL: (Fountain Precinct): Laborer John McCormack 25, born IL; farmer Solomon Patterson 56, born NC, with real property worth $1,500; Barsheba Patterson 56.  Next door is James Patterson 21, a farmer born in IL.  On the other side is farmer Hamilton Patterson 30, born IL, with real property worth $800; Sarah 21; Lucretia 3; James 9/12.

Jun 1860 Census, Madison County, IL (Upper Alton Township): Solimon Patterson 68, born in NC,  retired with real and personal property valued at $1,000 and $250; Bath Sheby 68, born SC.[55]

1866: Solomon died in St. Clair, IL.

 

 

Children of Solomon and Barsheba Elton Patterson: There were undoubtedly others.

 

Clarissa Patterson (1818 - 14 Mar 1893; m. Troy Moore)

Hamilton Patterson (c. 1820 -     ; m. Sarah ______)

James Patterson (c. 1829 -     )

 

 


 

 

Charles Patterson

 

            Charles may have married Keziah Patterson, daughter of Greenberry Patterson.

                He supposedly resided in Randolph Co, NC in 1810.[56]  Perhaps he did, but . . . 

                1816: Charles Patterson is listed as a taxpayer in Monroe County, IL in 1816.  This could, of course, be any Charles Patterson were it not for the following mentions.

                1818 Illinois Census, Monroe County: Charles Patterson was listed as a householder with two other people in his household.  Next to him was Luke Patterson.

                1820 Census, Monroe County, IL: Charles Patterson was enumerated with 1 male 16-26; 1 female 16-26, and 1 female over 45.  On one side was John Modglin; on the other was Solomon Patterson.[57]

                1830 Census, Monroe County, IL: 1 male under 5, 1 5-10, 1 30-40; 1 female under 5, 1 20-30. 

 

 

 

 

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Any information is only as reliable as its source.  Evaluate the following accordingly.

[1] Virginia Stephenson; Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Nov 1801

[2] Genealogical Publishing Company, Heads of Families, First Census of the U.S. 1790, North Carolina, p. 85

[3] Marsh, Selected Abstracts from the Court Records of Chatham County, North Carolina, Moore County, North Carolina, and Caroline County, Virginia, p. 51

[4] Book K, p. 155

[5] Pope County 1820 Census, p. 74

[6] Pope County 1830 Census, p. 44/23

[7] Betty Modglin, 7 Jul 2003

[8] Book K, p. 155

[9] Marsh, p. 72

[10] Book S, p. 363

[11] Chatham County 1830 Census, p. 427

[12] Chatham County 1840 Census, p. 167

[13] "Descendants of Thomas Patterson", NCGenWeb/Chatham County

[14] Book D, p. 58, transcription by C. Dwight Poe, Jr.

[15] Marsh, p. 63, 65; Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Nov 1801

[16] Genealogical Publishing Company, Heads of Families, First Census of the U.S. 1790, North Carolina, p. 85

[17] Marsh, p. 72

[18] Chatham County 1820 Census, p. 188

[19] Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Nov 1801

[20] Virginia Stephenson; Baker, Weakley Remembered, Vol. IV, p. 15.

[21] Lucas, 35,000 Tennessee Marriage Records and Bonds, 1783-1870, p. 30

[22] Sistler, Index to Early Tennessee Tax Lists, p. 156

[23] Chatham County Book S, p. 363

[24] Virginia Stephenson

[25] Monroe County 1820 Census, p. 2

[26] Virginia Stephenson; Marsh, Branches of One Riddle Family Tree, p. 94; Baker, Vol. IV, p. 15; Baker,  Vol. II, p. 117; James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, p. 430

[27] Virginia Stephenson; Marsh, Branches of One Riddle Family Tree, p. 94; Baker, Vol. IV, p. 15; Baker, Vol.  II, p. 117

[28] Stephenson, The Patterson Family

[29] Virginia Stephenson

[30] Robertson County 1820 Census, p. 16

[31] Henry County Tax Book, transcription provided by Virginia Stephenson, p. 94, from original p. 81

[32] Henry County 1830 Census, p. 43

[33] Henry Co Tax Book, transcription provided by Virginia Stephenson, p. 307, from p. 280 or 281

[34] Marsh, p. 117

[35] Deed Index, original located in Book F, p. 144

[36] Henderson County 1840 Census

[37] Book G, p. 170

[38] Book G, p. 147

[39] Book G, p. 170

[40] Marsh, Branches of One Riddle Family Tree, p. 17; Marsh, Selected Abstracts from the Court Records of Chatham County, North Carolina, Moore County, North Carolina, and Caroline County, Virginia, p. 185

[41] Henderson County 1850 Census, p. 383

[42] Book I, p. 441, 443

[43] Henderson County 1860 Census, p.  163

[44] Court Record, transcription by Virginia Stephenson

[45] Henderson County 1870 Census, p. 112

[46] Virginia Stephenson; Marsh, Branches of One Riddle Family Tree, p. 95 Baker, Vol. IV, p. 15; Baker, Vol. II, p. 117.  But The Patterson Family, p. 12 claims 7 Feb 1862.

[47] Marsh, Branches of One Riddle Family Tree, p. 95, James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings; Stephenson, p. 11

[48] Sistler, Index to Early Tennessee Tax Lists, p. 156; Virginia Stephenson

[49] TNGenWeb/Tennessee Genealogical Records Repository/ Giles County, from original Book E, p. 312

[50] Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Nov 1801

[51] Lucas, 35,000 Tennessee Marriage Records and Bonds 1783-1870, Vol. 2, p. 30

[52] Stephenson, p. 11

[53] Monroe County 1820 Census, p. 15

[54] Monroe County 1830 Census, p. 175

[55] Madison County 1860 Census, p. 8

[55] Virginia Stephenson

[56] Monroe County 1820 Census, p. 15

 

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