Mathew Patton, of South Branch - Potomac River
Facts and Events
||Mathew Patton, of South Branch - Potomac River
||Newton-Limavady, Derry, Ulster, Ireland
||Franklin, Pendleton County, West Virginiato Esther Dyer
||2 May 1803
||Clark, Kentucky, United States
||3 May 1803
||Winchester, Clark County, Kentuckyage 73 -
||6 Jun 1803
||Clark, Kentucky, United States
||Clark, Kentucky, United StatesPatton Cemetery
Matthew Patton was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 408.--5th November, 1747. 16 current money Virginia. Robert Green to Mathew Patton, 157 acres, same as above (on the southermost branch of the south branch of Potomac, part of 2,643 acres patented to Rob. Green, 12th January, 1746). Tested and proved as above (Teste: James Porteus and Gabriel Jones, Wm. Russell).
- Page 155.--27th February, 1750. Roger Dyer to Matthew Patton, 190 acres on South Fork South Branch Potomac. Cor. John Patton.
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 545.--21st May, 1764. Mathew Patton to Robert Davis, £75, on South Fork of South Branch of Potomac; corner Frederick Kiester. Teste: John Smith, John Poage, Robert Armstrong. Delivered: Samuel Morrel, 25th June, 1787.
Processioning List of 1755
- "Processioning" was the process or periodically reviewing and agreeing upon property lines between settlers. Processioning Lists can be useful in determining the area of a settler and the neighboring settlers at a specific time period:
- Vol. 2 - Page 148.--1755: Matt. Patton and Wm. Dyer processioned as follows, viz: For Roger Dyer (corner Jacob Sivers), for Jacob Sivers, for Mathias Dise (corner Ludwick Waginer), for Ludwick Wagoner, for John Dunkle 440 (corner Mathew Patton), for William Dyer, present Nicholas Hevanor; for Mathew Patton, for Mathew Patton, for Nicholas Hevernor; for Christian Dasher, present Anthony Bogart; for William Russell, none to show lines; for John Davis; for Peter Haus (Hans), present Postian Hover; for Wm. Russell, present Henry Pickle; for Wm. Russell, none to show, for Wm. Russell, none to show; for Ro. Green's heirs, none to show.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - DELINQUENTS. - 1748-- ...Geo. Larson, not found; Stephen Philips, not found; Jno. Pickens, not found; Jacob Patton, not found; Jacob Peterson, Jr., not found; Martin Petterson, not found; John Patton, twice charged; Mathew Patton, twice charged; Jno. Patton, Jr., twice charged; Sam'l Patton, twice charged...
Page 164.--John Harrison, Jr., and Daniel Smith, in Captain Daniel Harrison's Company. Thomas Moore and David Robinson, in Captain Ephraim Love's Company, and to head of Brock's Gap. Mathew Patton and Wm. Dyer, on South Fork of the Branch of Patowmack. Jacob Peters and Henry Landcisco, on Mill Creek and Shelton's tract. [Source needed.]
(Facts are from online trees, many need citations.)
1799-1800 - Clark County, KY - owns 300a
1801 - Clark County, KY - bought 550a, 350a, 300a
1799-1803 - Clark County, KY - named on Tax List
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Will Abstract, in Clark County, Kentucky Will Book, 1, Secondary quality.
My sons: Matthew, Roger, William, Exe.
Written: 2 May 1803.
Witnesses: Richard Arrosmith, Thomas Goff, and Z. Black.
Probated: 6 Jun 1803
- ↑ Family Notes , Secondary quality.
... some sources claim Matthew's birthdate was in 1733, but since he was old enough to acquire land in 1747, he must have been born a few years earlier, perhaps abt. 1727. ...
Burial: "Sycamore", Clark Co, KY
Note: Will, inventory, settlement sale, additional inventory In Augusta Co, VA 1753-1794.
Came to Clark Co, KY 1794
Buried on farm he owned at death. Farm owned ca1930 by Nelson Prewitt Van Meter
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 , Secondary quality.
... WFT Old Graveyards of Clark Co, KY says buried in Patton Cemetery (only grave) on Van Meter Rd, BD Goff Farm, Clark Co, KY D-3-May-1803 73 yrs ...