Person:Elizabeth Patterson (57)

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Elizabeth Patterson
b.1720
d.aft. 10 December 1790 Augusta County, Virginia
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  1. Margaret WalkerAbt 1742 -
  2. Alexander Walker, Jr.abt 1745/47 - bef 1770
  3. Martha Walker1747 -
  4. Elizabeth WalkerEst 1750-1764 -
  5. Robert Walkerbef 1754 -
  6. Mary Walkerest 1753 - BET 1815 AND 1820
  7. Andrew WalkerBef 1754 -
  8. Barbara WalkerEst 1765-1770 -
  9. John Walkerest 1765-1770 -
  10. Isabel Walkerbef 1770 -
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Patterson
Gender Female
Birth? 1720
Marriage to Alexander Walker, of Stone Meeting House
Death[1] aft. 10 December 1790 Augusta County, Virginia

Note

Last known record of Elizabeth (Patterson) Walker:


  • Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1797 (N to W). - Isabella and Barbara Walker, infants, by Hugh Donaghe, their guardian, vs. Elizabeth and Robert Walker, Arthur Connolly and John Campbell.-- Alex. Walker, father of oratrixes, and husband of Elizabeth, and father (?) of Robert, died, 1774, with will. Bill for accounting. Elizabeth Walker's answer, sworn to 10th December, 1790. Spa. in chancery, 2d June, 1787. This suit contains settlement of the estate, with all the heirs, giving names.
References
  1. Last known record of Elizabeth Walker comes in 1790 when she is involved in a suit concerning guardianship of the younger children of Alexander and Elizabeth

    Chalkley's Chronicles.
    * Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1797 (N to W). - Isabella and Barbara Walker, infants, by Hugh Donaghe, their guardian, vs. Elizabeth and Robert Walker, Arthur Connolly and John Campbell.-- Alex. Walker, father of oratrixes, and husband of Elizabeth, and father (?) of Robert, died, 1774, with will. Bill for accounting. Elizabeth Walker's answer, sworn to 10th December, 1790. Spa. in chancery, 2d June, 1787. This suit contains settlement of the estate, with all the heirs, giving names.

    The record gives her testimony in 10 December 1790. The last date of the record is for March 1797. There's no indication in Chalkley's extract that Elizabeth has died in 1797, so it may be that she lived past that date.

    Note that Isabella and Barbara were still "infants" in 1790. That implies that they were under 21 years of age in 1790, and so would have been born no earlier than 1769.