Person:William Patton (41)

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d.aft. 1791
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  1. Margaret PattonEst 1715-1720 - Abt 1776
  2. William Patton - aft 1791
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Name William Patton
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Death? aft. 1791
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William Patton was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records of William Patton in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 467.--7th October, 1776. Margaret Cawley's will, of Staunton--To grandchildren, William and Margaret Fulton, children of Thomas Fulton, of Town of Camden, South Carolina, house and half lot in Staunton; to grandson, William Gamel, son of Joseph Gamel; late husband, John Cawley. Executors, Sampson Mathews and her brother, Wm. Patton. Teste: Peter Hog, James Buchanan, Samuel Bell. Proved, 21st January, 1777. Executors qualified.
  • MARCH 21, 1780. - 188) Admn. of estate of Joseph Gamble granted his widow, Isabella, and William Patton.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1791 (A to L). - William Patten and Sampson Mathews, Executors of Margaret Cawley, widow of John Cawley, deceased, vs. Alexander McClennahan and Executor of John Poage, who were executors of John Cawley.--Bill for settlement. Letter by John Poage dated March 5, 1787, to Uncle Patten, addressed to Mr. William Patten at South Fork.