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1870 Union Twp, Lawrence Co, PA PO Mt. Jackson, 29 June 1870, Series M593 Roll 1360 p314 h/h 274/274 Patterson, David 65 gardner SCOT Jane 66 SCOT William 36 PA carpenter Margaret S 36 PA Robert 28 farmer PA Maggie 25 PA Thomas 2 PA Della 5/12 PA Jan Boggs, Mary 34 PA James 10 PA Eliza 7 PA Maggie 5 PA William 8/12 PA Nov

1880 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T9_1145; Family History Film: 1255145; Page: 314.4000; Enumeration District: 227; Image: 0059, h/h 339/380 h/h 339/381 Pattison, Robert D 36 farmer PA-Scot-Scot Maggie 35 PA-PA-PA Thomas M 11 PA-PA-PA Della J 10 PA-PA-PA Nannie P 4 PA-PA-PA John C 2 PA-PA-PA

1900 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1427; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 123, h/h 339/354 Pattison, Robert D July 1841 (58) m37Y 5/5 ch PA-Scot-Scot farmer Margert May 1842 (58) PA-PA-PA wife Nellie J dau Sept 1875 (24) single PA-PA-PA John D son Oct 1877 (22) single PA-PA-PA farm laborer Robert H son July 1880 (19) single PA-PA-PA

1910 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T624_1362; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 153; Image: 237, Youngstown Rd, h/h 6/6 Patteson, Robert D 71 mar 42Y 5/5 ch PA-Scot-Scot farmer Margaret wife 68 PA-Scot-Scot

Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens Lawrence County Pennsylvania 1897, p485 (partial sketch - see Robert D. Pattison page for full biography)

ROBERT D. PATTISON. [p. 485] This solid and substantial citizen and farmer of Union township was born on the farm that is now the scene of his agricultural operations July 29, 1841, and is a son of David and Jane (Stewart) Pattison. David Pattison was born in Glasgow, Scotland, where he worked at his trade of cotton-spinner before he came to America when a young man. He came to Western Pennsylvania, and found employment in quarry work, building the old canal. His wife, who was born in Paisley, Scotland, passed to the better land beyond the river of death at the age of eighty-six. Their children were: David C.; Mary; William S.; Jeanette; Robert D.; Alexander S.; and two that died in infancy.

Mr. Pattison married Miss Maggie E. McCreary, daughter of Thomas McCreary, who resides with Mr. Pattison, and this union has been fruitful of five children: Thomas M., a machinist of New Castle, who married Lillian E. Daggart, and has one son, Paul; Adella J., who married David Wilson, and has one child, Cleda; John D.; Nanny P.; and Robert H. The three younger children live at home. Mr. Pattison affiliates with the Republican party; he is decided in his opinions, brave and courageous in the expression of them, and conscientious in the endorsement of everything he believes to be just and right. It is hardly necessary to add that he is one of the most valued citizens of Union township, whose growth and development he has been at pains to foster. Mr. and Mrs. Pattison are members of the old Covenanter's Church; they are highly esteemed in their community, and are admirably filling their position as useful members of society, being the promoters of intelligence, education, and the highest of moral principles.

Obituary: New Castle News, February 1, 1913, p1

Death Summons Robert D. Pattison-One of Best Known Men in This Section Died Today on Farm Where He Was Born Robert Davis Pattison of Union township, died about 8:20 Saturday morning at the family residence, after a brief illness due to pneumonia. He was born July 29, 1838, on the farm on which he died, and was 74 years, 6 months and 3 days old. He was a son of David C. and Jane Stewart Pattison.

Surviving him ar his wife, Mrs. Margaret McCreary Pattison and the following children: Thomas M., Mrs A.F. Shelenberger and Robert H. Pattison also of this city; John D. at home and Mrs. D.W. Wilson of Youngstown. He leaves nine grandchildren. A brother, W.S. Pattison of Union township, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Boggs of this city, survive.

Mr. Pattison was one of the most know farmers in this section of the country. In early life he devoted much time to threshing and barn raising. He had been a life long member of the Reformed Presbyterian church.

The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the residence.