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Pattons in Ohio
Posted by: Tim Barnes (ID *****7843) Date: January 09, 2005 at 20:15:59
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Looking for info on the Pattons. I already have quite a bit, including census info but am always looking for more.
Any help and or corrections would be appreciated.
what I already have is:
Henry Patton was born in Londonderry, Ireland in 1807. in the 1820's he came to Michigan. He married Brdiget Dougherty.
He died in 1885 in North Shade TWP in Gratiot Co. Michigan.
He is said to be buried in St John the Baptist Cemetary in Hubbardston Michigan. I would especially like a picture of his Gravestone but have been unsuccessful in finding it. I searched what I thought was their cemetary but was not successful.
Samuel Patton son of Henry was born in 1844. In Marion Co. Ohio. In 1868 He Married Elizabeth Houseworth. Samuel died in 1928 in Gratiot Co. Michigan. He and his wife are buried in Carson City Cemetary in Montaclm Co.
Samuels Son Timothy Patton was born in 1888 in Gratiot Co.
He married Vera Proctor in Carson City in 1907. He died in 1979 in Montcalm Co. and is also buried in Carson City Ceme.
He had a daughter Abigail Patton in 1908 in Montcalm Michigan. IN 1925 She was married to George Brown in Ihaca, Gratiot Co., Michigan. She died in 1981 and was buried in Carson City Cemetary.
I have censu info and even some pictures of gravestones, if anybody is interested, on most of these people.

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