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Patterson: Generation 7


Some Children of Gilbert Patterson & Mildred Campbell

 

 

 

Mary Ann Patterson & Silas M. Kemp

 

c. 1817: Silas M. Kemp was born in North Carolina, the son of Francis and Mary Kemp.

28 Sep 1827: Mary Ann Patterson was born in Tennessee.[1]

21 Oct 1844: Mary Ann and Silas were married in Weakley County.[2]

1846 Tax List, Weakley County, TN:  200 acres valued at $600.  Although the acreage does not change, its value increased through the years.

7 Jul 1847: Mary Ann died.[3]

30 Sep 1848: Silas Kemp purchased 97+ acres for $545.50 from N. K. and D. E. Jones.[4]

28 Mar 1850: Silas married Nancy Baker, born 17 Jan 1833, daughter of Samuel and Frances Patterson BakerNancy was therefore the first cousin of Mary Ann Patterson.

27 Aug 1850 Census, Weakley County, TN  (District 9): S. M. Kemp age 33, born NC; Nancy, who married within the year.  They're enumerated next door  to Samuel Baker 's family.[5]  Son Gilbert Kemp was enumerated with the Gilbert Patterson family.  Why - Was Nancy already ill or disabled?

1851 Tax List, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Silas M. Kemp with 97 acres valued at $275.

8 Jul 1851: Nancy Baker Kemp died.[6]

1857: Silas married Lodruska Thornton.

1859 Tax Roll, Weakley County, TN:  Silas showed additional capital of $900.

13 Jun 1860 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9, Locust Grove P.O.): Farmer age 43, born in VA, with real and personal property worth $1,200 and $200; Lodriska, born in AL; and Gilbert age 12.[7] 

1860 Slave Schedule, Weakley County (District 9): S. M. Kemp is listed with 1 female slave, age 12. 

20 Sep 1864: S. M. Kemp sold 98 acres adjoining [former father-in-law] Sam Baker and J. Hatcher to [former father-in-law] Gilbert Patterson for $1,650.[8]

Silas was not enumerated in 1880.  Instead L. Kemp is the head of household.

 

 

Children of Mary Ann Patterson and Silas Kemp:

 

Gilbert Kemp (c. 1846 -     )

               

 


  

William C. Patterson & Mary Jane Cravens

 

16 Mar 1832: William C. Patterson was born in Tennessee.[9]  Could his middle name be Campbell?

3 Oct 1855: William C. Patison married Mary J. Cravens, with the ceremony performed by [uncle] G. W. Campbell Junior, J.P.[10]

1858 Tax List, Weakley County, TN: 97 acres valued at $450.   The acreage remained the same through the ensuing years.

12 Jun 1860 Census, Weakley County, TN  (District 9, Locust Grove P.O.):  Constable M. C. Patterson 27, born in TN, with real and personal property worth $800 and $450 respectively; Mary age 23; Sarah and James; farmer Gilbert Patterson, age 21, born in TN.[11]    Gilbert Patterson is William's brother.

26 Feb 1862: William died in the Civil War.  He may've been the William Patterson who served as a Private in Company A, 3rd TN Cavalry. Widow Mary Jane eventually collected a widow's pension, #W67.  Virginia Stephenson claims he died on 16 Feb 1862.[12]  One of the dates is obviously a typo.  

 1863: Gilbert Patterson is listed as the administrator of the 97 acres previously held by William; but in 1865 and 1866 William himself is listed as the owner.  Were these last two entries simply to indicate the estate of the deceased William?

9 Aug 1870 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9, Dresden P.O.): Efrom Cravins 26, born TN with real and personal property valued at $800 and $300; Mary Patison 32, born TN; Sarah E. 14; James A. 12; Mary C. 9; John Cravins 34.  They're enumerated next to Gilbert and Mildred Patterson.[13] 

 

 

Children of William and Mary Jane Cravens Patterson:

 

Sarah Ellen Patterson (19 Jul 1856 - 27 Jan 1901; m. F. J. Davidson 13 Nov 1875)

James Adkins Patterson (c. 1858 -     )

Telie Patterson (m. 1st Luna Barton, m. 2nd John McAdams)

 

 


 

 

Elizabeth Jane Patterson & Henderson "Henry" W. Fowler

 

c. 1828: Henderson Fowler was born in Tennessee, the son of Samuel and Mary Craig Fowler.

29 Jun 1834: Elizabeth Jane was born in Tennessee.[14]

1851 Tax List, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Henderson Fowler was listed, but without any land.

5 Oct 1854: Elizabeth married H. W. Fowler in Dresden, Weakley County, TN.[15]  The ceremony was performed by L. B. M. Dunlap, M. G. 

1858 Weakley County Tax List (District 9): 80 acres valued at $800; 1 slave.

14 Jun 1860 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9, Locust Grove P.O.): Farmer H. W. Fowler 31, born TN, with real and personal property valued at $1,200 and $2,500 respectively; Elizabeth 24, born TN; Louisa 3; Jonathan 10/12; Samuel Fowler 77, born SC; Mary 72, born SC; farm laborer Beverly Adkins 24, born TN, with real and personal property worth $400 and $50.

9 Aug 1870 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9, Dresden P.O.): Henry Fowler was enumerated in the household of [former in-laws] Gilbert and Mildred Patterson, along with his children Mary L. 12, Jonathan 11, and Elizabeth 2.  Mary Fowler, age 14, who's also listed as a "domestic servant", is in the home of son Gilbert Patison.  Could that be Mary Louisa once again, enumerated twice?  Two-year-old Elizabeth is still present in the household in 1880, listed as a granddaughter.  The categorization as "domestic servant" shouldn't be taken too literally.  This census taker apparently just considered that synonymous with "works on the farm" or "helps with the housework".

Henderson Fowler disappeared from the records after 1870. 

 

 

Children of Elizabeth Jane Patterson and Henderson Fowler:

 

Mary Louisa Fowler (m. William Porter Jones 26 Nov 1878)

Jonathan Kilgore Fowler (27 Aug 1858 - 25 Apr 1940; m. Thursie Jane Thornton 4 Nov 1881)

Elizabeth Fowler (c. 1868 -     )

 

 


 

 

Gilbert Benjamin Patterson &  Candice Virginia Roberts

 

 18 Jan 1837: Gilbert was born in Weakley County, TN.  He was nicknamed "Bunk".[16]  Dorothy Riddle Marsh claims a birth year of 1839.

27 Jan 1838: Candice Roberts was born in Tennessee, probably in Henry County.  Her parents were John Roberts  and Eunice Unity Rogers.[17]  Her name was written as "Candice" on the 1880 Census, "Candis" on the 1870 Census and on her tombstone.

1859 Tax List, Weakley County, TN: Gilbert was listed with 35 acres valued at $115.   This land was apparently given to him by Gilbert since the latter had held 235 acres in 1858, but only 200 in 1859.  In 1860, Gilbert Senior was again is shown with 235, while Gilbert Junior did not appear.   In 1861 and 1862 Gilbert Junior was listed with 1 poll but no land.  In 1863 and 1865 he held approximately 128 acres.

12 Jun 1860 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Gilbert 21, a farmer, was enumerated in the household of  [brother] Constable M. C. Patterson.[18]

G. B. Patterson served as a Private in Company A, 15th TN Infantry from 15 Aug 1861 to 1 Nov 1861 and from 1 Jan 1862 until 1 May 1862; then in D Company, Third TN Cavalry from 24 Dec 1862 until 14 May 1864.  He may have been disabled due to wounds suffered.[19]

1 Mar 1866: Gilbert and Candice were married in Weakley County.[20]

According to Virginia Stephenson, "Bunk" was a Primitive Baptist; but is this correct when we consider that his father was an ardent Methodist who was incorrectly identified by Stephenson as a Primitive Baptist?  Or did Bunk become a Primitive Baptist upon his marriage to Candice?

17 Nov 1869: Gilbert Patterson made a deed of gift of 49 acres to G. B. Patterson.  The parcel adjoined [brother] J. W. Patterson and J. Hatcher.  Witnesses: G. W. and William Campbell. [21]  G .W. was married to bunk's aunt, Elizabeth Patterson Campbell; William was G. W. and Elizabeth's son.

8 Aug 1870 Census, Dresden, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Farmer Gilbert Patison 31, born in TN; Candis 28; Austin H. 3; Walter 2; Fanny age 3 months, born April; domestic servant Mary Fowler, age 14.  They were enumerated next to [brother] John and Martha Patison.[22]  Mary Fowler was actually Gilbert's niece.

15 Feb 1870: G. B. Patterson purchased 48 acres from Martha R. Jones of Christian County, KY for $250 in cash and $42.50 owing. The parcel was described as lying in District 9, S5 R1 adjoining Sam Cooper, Patterson himself, and Kenneday.  Witnesses: J. R. Mosely and A. H. Overton.[23]    But was the buyer Gilbert Senior or Junior?  In all these deeds, I've assumed that Gilbert Senior was identified as "Gilbert" and Gilbert Junior as "G. B.", as they had been in the deed of gift dated 17 Nov 1869.  Assumptions can be wrong.

Son Benjamin Gilbert Patterson, wrote on 9 Mar 1936 that: "My father 'Bunk' Patterson, built the first house in Greenfield.  It was used for a saloon and ten-pin alley.  He built several of the first houses.  He was a fine carpenter."[24]

9 Apr 1873: G. B. Patterson sold 3 and 7/10 acres of right of way to the MS Central Railroad for $1.[25]  This may have been Senior or Junior, but again, I'm making an assumption based upon the initials.

18 Jun 1880 Census, Greenfield, Weakley County, TN: House Carpenter age 41, TN TN TN; Candice V. 42, TN NC NC; Henry A. 13; Walter L. 11; Fannie A. 10; Benjamin C. 8; Fane R. 4; Allie 2.[26]

23 Nov 1880: G. B. Patterson sold a 1/2 acre lot with house in Greenfield to W. E. McAdams for $400.  This lot was located on the eastern side of the railroad adjoining J. W. Patterson.[27]

6 Mar 1882: G. B. Patterson sold a Greenfield lot on the west side of the railroad tracks adjoining the church and Locust Street to C. J. Adcock for $200.[28]

11 Nov 1886: Gilbert died and was buried in Patterson Cemetery.  His tombstone carries a Masonic emblem.[29]

Candice applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension.[30] 

2 Jun 1900 Census, Greenfield, Weakley County, TN: Widow Canvis Patterson 62, , born in Jan 1838, TN TN TN, married for 21 years,; cratemaker Walter S. 29, born in Nov 1870; cratemaker Fain, born Aug 1875; boxmaker Allie 22, born May 1879.[31] 

23 Jul 1907: Candice Roberts Patterson died in Greenfield and was buried beside her husband in Patterson Cemetery.[32]  Dorothy Riddle Marsh claims her death date was 24 July

 

 

Children of Gilbert Benjamin and Candice Roberts Patterson: The names and dates were recorded in both the Roberts and the Patterson family bibles.[33]

               

Henry Austin Patterson (28 Feb 1867 - 7 May 1931; m. Texanna Timmins 7 Feb 1900)

Walter L. Patterson (24 Nov 1868 -     )

Fannie A. Patterson (27 Apr 1870 - 1946; m. Walter Knight)

Benjamin Gilbert Patterson (24 Feb 1872 - 7 May 1936; m. Cora Smith Hall 28 Nov 1895)

Clarence F. Patterson (19 May 1874 - 26 Aug 1879)

Fane Rogers Patterson (13 Aug 1876 - 11 Nov 1941; m. Josie Bragg 1900)

Mary Allene Patterson (15 May 1878 - 1936; m. Dr. J. J. Pratt)

 

 


 

John Wesley Patterson and 1) Martha Heath 2) Lamarie Childress

 

1 Jun 1846: John Wesley Patterson was born in Weakley County, TN.[34]

12 May 1848: Martha Pernela Heath was born in Tennessee.[35]  As both her parents were born in KY; she may have been a sister of Nancy Heath, wife of Thomas Patterson, John's brother.  In addition, Charles and Andrew Patterson, two more of John's six brothers, married Heaths.

Although described as a former "Federal soldier" in one obituary, John attended a reunion of Confederate soldiers in Sharon in the early 1920s and was described as an "ex-Confederate soldier" upon his death in 1928.[36]  There was a Private John Patterson in Company D, 3rd TN Cavalry.

25 Jan 1866: John married Martha Pernela Heath at the home of S. H. Heath, the ceremony performed by Rev. Thomas H. Covington.[37]

8 Aug 1870 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Farmer John Patison 24, born in TN, with real and personal property valued at $450 and $300 respectively; Martha 22, born in TN; James 3 and Leonidas 1.  They were enumerated next to [brother] Gilbert and Candis Patison.[38]

13 Jun 1880 Census, Greenfield, Weakley County, TN: Farmer 33, TN TN TN; Martha P. age 22, TN KY KY; James M. 13; Lee 11; Robert J. 9; Thomas E. 7; Berah 4; Sidney J. 2; Herman A. 2 months; school teacher and boarder Brown Johnson; farm laborer George Jackson.[39]

20 Nov 1882: D. M. and Arteena C. Jones sold 150 acres on the waters of Mud Creek in District 8 to J. W. Patterson for $2,000.  The parcel adjoined Vaux, B. C. Dents, and C. L. Underwood.[40]  D. M. Jones was Delbert Marion, brother of John Miller Jones, who had married John's sister Caroline Patterson.

6 Sep 1886: Martha Heath Patterson died.  On her tombstone in Patterson Cemetery: "M. P. Patterson  12 May 1848 - 6 Sep 1886  Wife of J.W. Patterson".[41]    Gilbert and Mildred Patterson were later buried next to her.

I'm unable to locate the the exact date of John's marriage to Lamarie Jane Childress, born in Dec 1848, but according to the later censuses, it occurred c. 1893.

John apparently moved to Sharon in Weakley County about 1898 as his 1928 obituary reported that he had spent 30 years there.

12 Jun 1900 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 19): Farmer 53, born Jun 1846, TN NC TN, married 8 years; Lamarie 51, born Dec 1848, TN TN TN, mother of 0 children; Albert Sidney 22, born Dec 1877; Arthur Herman 20, born Oct 1879; daughter Auvergne 18, born Nov 1881; Willie Dennis 16, born Apr 1884.  All sons  labored on the farm. [42]

20 Mar 1903Dresden Enterprise: "We are in receipt of a long letter from Esq. J. W. Patterson, who is in Old Mexico, telling of the many things seen in that historic country.  Esq. Patterson says you have to mind your p's and q's when trading with the natives there, or they will charge three prices for an article.  He says he will start home in a few days without investing in Mexico property.  Tennessee is good enough for him."  Then in a subsequent issue was the following: "John Patterson has returned home after prospecting in Mexico, and brought a parrot with him."[43]

15 Feb 1908: John attended the funeral of  Dr. John Miller Jones in Newport, AR.  The newspaper stated that he resided in Sharon, TN.

20 Apr 1910 Census, Sharon Weakley County, TN (District 8): John W. Patterson 63, merchant selling dry goods, married 16 years to his third wife; Lamera J. 61, married 16 years to her first husband.  They're living on Elm Street.[44]  Was John married between the death of Martha and his marriage to Lamarie Jane?

2 Jun 1916: He was one of the 24 veterans attending a celebration at the home of John Terell.[45]

3 Feb 1920 Census, Sharon, Weakley County, TN (District 8): John W. Patterson 73, TN NC TN, no profession; wife Jane age 71, born TN.[46]  

Dec 1923: Lamarie Jane Patterson died and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  John moved in with his daughter, Mrs. C. B. Brooks.[47]  In the Patterson Bible, "Famrie Childress Patterson" is written with a death date of Nov 1923.[48]

 16 Jan 1928: John died at the Brooks home, apparently from a heart attack.[49]

 

                Another of that fast fading, thin gray line has answered the last roll call and is resting from his labors.  Mr. John Patterson passed away Monday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. B. Brooks, in Sharon.

      On Saturday he was stricken while down town and carried home.  He continued to sink until the end came at 6 a.m. Monday.  He had a peculiar form of heart trouble.  Mr. Patterson was an ex-Confederate soldier.  He was a good citizen, a loyal, devout member of the Methodist Church and loved and esteemed by all who knew him. No finer Christian gentleman ever lived.  He was courteous and polite and cordial to all and all will miss his congenial greetings.  He had been a citizen of Sharon some thirty years.  Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church Wednesday by his pastor, Rev. M. L. Davis, with internment at Woodlawn by the side of his companion, who preceded him in death many years ago.  To the sorrowing children, of whom there are five - four sons and one daughter - the sympathy of this people is extended.[50]

 

               

Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock at the Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. Davis, over the remains of John Patterson, a Federal soldier, who passed away Monday morning at 6 o'clock at the home of his only daughter, Mrs. C. B. Brooks.  Mr. Patterson was 81 years and about 7 months old.  He was twice married, his first wife was a Miss Heath, and his second Miss Childress, a sister of our townsman Allen Childress.  His first wife was the mother of 10 children.  Two boys, Tom and Will, and one daughter, Mrs. Vera Pratt, preceded him in death.  The daughter, Mrs. C. B. Brooks of this place, and six sons, Monroe of Fredonia, Ky; Lee, of Birmingham, Ala; Dr. Quince of Little Rock, Ark; Sid and Arthur of Birmingham, Ala; and John of Vivian, La, are still living and all were present for the funeral.  A number of grandchildren and great grandchildren also survive.  His last wife left no children.  She died December 1923.  Since that time Mr. Patterson has lived most of the time with his daughter.  He had been quite feeble for the past year, confined to his room most of the time for several weeks, but had seemingly been better for the past two weeks, and had been to town twice; but on last Saturday he fell on the streets and had to be carried home.  He revived to some extent but at 7 o'clock Sunday afternoon he became unconscious and never rallied again.  He had high blood pressure and suffered with his heart.  Mr. Patterson was a high toned gentleman and was held in high esteem by the citizens of Sharon and community, where he spent most of his life.  He was a member of the Methodist Church and the Masonic order.  Much sympathy is extended the bereaved family[51]

 

 

Children of John Wesley and Martha Heath Patterson:

 

James Monroe Patterson (29 Apr 1867 - 10 Jun 1955)

Leonidas Patterson (4 Mar 1869 - 7 Jan 1944; m. Annie Lewis c. 1893)

Robert Quince Patterson (1 Jan 1871 - 23 Jan 1946; m. Cleona ______)

Thomas Edgar Patterson (31 Jan 1873 - 2 Jul 1903)

Berah Artis Patterson (16 Jul 1875 - 31 Jul 1900; m. Dr. James Jackson Pratt)

Albert Sidney Patterson (12 Dec 1877 - 3 Jun 1955)

Arthur Herman Patterson (17 Oct 1879 - 13 Jan 1964; m. Beulah T. ______)

Auvergne Patterson (18 Nov 1881 - 24 Dec 1935; m. Charles Bedford Brooks)

William Dennis Patterson 19 Apr 1884 - 15 Jan 1926; m. Ellie May ______)

John Gilbert Patterson (20 Feb 1886 -     )

 

 


 

 

Charles Robert Patterson & Caroline Bell Heath

 

21 Jan 1848: Charles was born in Weakley County, TN.

c. 1859: Caroline Belle Heath was born in Tennessee.[52]

6 Apr 1876: C. R. Patterson and Bell Heath were married in Weakley County.  Rev. H. V. Covington performed the ceremony.[53]

15 Jun 1880 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9):  Farmer Charles B. Patterson 31, TN TN TN; Caroline B. 21; Curran 2; infant daughter born April; brother-in-law William Heath 23.  They were listed next to the household of [parents] Gilbert and Millie L. Patterson.[54]

26 Nov 1880, The Dresden Weekly Democrat carried the following notice: "C. R. Patterson, son of Gilbert Patterson, Esq. . . . died last week".[55]  On his tombstone in Patterson Cemetery: "Aged 32 y's  9 m's  26 d's".

8 Nov 1883: The widowed Belle married J. P. Smith.

 

 

Children of Charles Robert and Belle Heath Patterson:     

               

Robert Curran Patterson (17 Dec 1878 - 1956; m. Nora Olive Clymer 6 Dec 1904)

Lela Patterson (16 Apr 1880 - 16 Dec 1968; m. Iley Finis Reager 24 Dec 1902)

 

 


 

 

 Nancy Caroline Patterson & John Miller Jones

 

  


 

Andrew Jackson Patterson & Gertrude Heath

 

27 Jun 1853: Andrew was born in Weakley County, TN.[56]   Stephenson, The Patterson Family, p. 10 claims a birth date of 17 Jun 1853.  Again, which is the typo?

6 Oct 1861: Gertrude R. Heath was born in Tennessee.

15 Jun 1880 Census, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Age 26, working on the farm, residing with parents Gilbert and Milly L. Patterson.  Also enumerated in the household were niece Elizabeth Fowler; laborer Charles Riley; and William P., Mary L., and Henry J. Jones.[57]

8 Sep 1880: Andrew and Gertrude married in Weakley County.[58]  Dorothy Riddle Marsh claims a marriage date of 16 Aug, but also in 1880.  Then why in the 1900 Census, did he and Gertrude claim they had been married only 18 years?

31 Mar 1893: In Gilbert Patterson's obituary, Andrew was said to be residing with A. J. Patterson.  Presumably A. J. had taken over the old homestead.[59]

9 Jun 1900 Census, Greenfield, Weakley County, TN (District 9): Farmer Andrew Patterson 46, born Jun 1853, married 18 years, TN TN TN; Girtrude  38, born May 1862, mother of one child; John age 14, born Feb 1886.[60]

13 Jun 1903: Gertrude died and was buried in Patterson Cemetery.[61]

16 Aug 1904: Andrew Jackson Patterson died.  He was buried beside Gertrude.[62]

 

 

Children of Andrew Jackson and Gertrude Heath Patterson:

 

John Patterson (Feb 1886 -     )               

               

 

 

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

[1] Stephenson, The Patterson Family, p. 8

[2] Stephenson, p. 8

[3] Stephenson, p. 8

[4] Book H, p. 374

[5] Weakley County 1850 Census, p. 202

[6] Stephenson, p. 8; Baker, Weakley Remembered Vol. IV, p. 104

[7] Weakley County 1860 Census, p. 36

[8] Book R, p. 163

[9] Baker, Vol. II, p. 117; Stephenson, p. 9       

[10] Baker, Vol. IV, p. 7, from Cravens Family Bible; Stephenson, p. 9.  Virginia Stephenson provides a marriage date of 4 Oct, but Baker claims the license and ceremony were accomplished on the same day.

[11] Weakley County 1860 Census, p. 33

[12] Baker, Vol. II, p. 117; Stephenson, p. 9

[13] Weakley County 1870 Census, p. 15-16/149

[14] Stephenson, p. 9.  Another source has 26 June.

[15] Mid-West Tennessee Genealogical Society, Family Findings, v. 4, n. 2, p. 55, Apr 1972;

[16] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 428; Baker, Vol. IV, p. 14, 17, from Patterson Family Bible

[17] Birth date: Baker, Vol. IV, p. 12, 14, 17; Virginia Stephenson

[18] Weakley County 1860 Census, p. 33

[19] Stephenson, p. 6

[20] Baker, Vol. IV, p. 14; Virginia Stephenson

[21] Book U, p. 292

[22] Weakley County 1870 Census, p. 148

[23] Book U, p. 548

[24] Transcription appearing in Stephenson, The Patterson Family

[25] Book Y, p. 109

[26] Weakley County 1880 Census, ED 172, p. 40

[27] Book 3, p. 220

[28] Book 4, p. 249

[29] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 428; Baker, Vol. IV, p. 14, 17, from Patterson Family Bible;

[30] Index to Confederate Pension Applications, p. 273, #1258

[31] Weakley County 1900 Census, ED 122, Sheet 3

[32] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 428; Baker, Vol. IV, p. 14, 17

[33] Baker, Vol. IV, p. 12, 14

[34] Baker, Vol. II, p. 40; James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. II, p. 471 [year only]; Stephenson, p. 9

[35] Baker, Vol. II, p. 40; James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 429

[36] Unknown newspaper, Jan 1928; Vaughn, Weakley County, p. 104; Sharon Tribune, 20 Jan 1928

[37] Baker, Vol. II, p. 40; Stephenson, p. 9

[38] Weakley County 1870 Census, p. 148

[39] Weakley County 1880 Census, ED 172, p. 39

[40] Book 4, p. 426

[41] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 428-29

[42] Weakley County 1900 Census, ED 131, Sheet 6A

[43] Willis, Weakley County, Tennessee Newspaper Abstracts, Vol. III, p. 1, 21

[44] Weakley County 1910 Census, ED 146, Sheet 3B

[45] Dresden Enterprise, 9 Jun 1916,

[46] Weakley County 1920 Census, ED 142, Sheet 4B

[47] Unknown Weakley County newspaper, Jan 1928

[48] Baker, Vol. II, p. 40, from John Wesley Patterson Bible

[49] Baker, Vol. II, p. 40, from Patterson Bible; Stephenson, p. 9

[50] Sharon Tribune, 20 Jan 1928

[51] Unknown newspaper

[52] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 429; Stephenson, p. 9.

[53] Weakley County Genealogical Society, Weakley County, Tennessee Marriages, Vol. II, p. 63; IGI; Stephenson, p. 9

[54] Weakley County 1880 Census, ED 172, p. 30

[55] Willis, Weakley County, Tennessee Newspaper Abstracts, Vol. I, p. 11

[56] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 423

[57] Weakley County 1880 Census, ED 172, p. 31

[58] Virginia Stephenson

[59] Willis, Weakley County, Tennessee Newspaper Abstracts, p. 71

[60] Weakley County 1900 Census, ED 122, Sheet 15

[61] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 423

[62] James Buckley Chapter, NSDAR, Weakley County Cemetery Listings, Vol. I, p. 423

  

 

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