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Major lines William (75); Irish Patriarch
1680-1715; =Margaret
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William (61), The PA Patriarch
=Janet Erwin
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John (86) of Borden's Grant
1690-1749; =Agnes
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Minor lines John (93) of Greenbriar
1759-1844;
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James (65)
1695-c1741; =Ann Cory
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James (64)
1725-1810; =Abigail Craddock
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James (87)
1725-1807; =Sarah Sproul
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James (122)
1733-1810; =Elizabeth
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James (74)
1744-1815; =Deborah Givens
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Known Roberts

WeRelate DOB DOD DOM Spouse Father MotherPatriarch Notes
Person:Robert Patterson (51) c1711 1775 Sarah William (75) Margaret William (75) the Irish PatriarchLived on Linville Creek, to NC
Person:Robert Patterson (19) c1750 1828 DOM Mabel Father William (51) MargaretWilliam (75) the Irish Patriarch To Rutherford NC
Person:Robert Patterson (47) 1787 1864 DOM Person:Robert Patterson (19) MabelWilliam (75) the Irish Patriarchborn NC, to Alabama, probably never lived in Old Augusta
Person:Robert Patterson (39) 1700 1774 1) c1722
2)c1765
1) Grace
2) Ann
William (61) Janet ErwinWIlliam (61) the PA Patriarchlived on Cathey's River
Person:Robert Patterson (38) c1728 1799 c1751 Elizabeth King Person:Nathaniel Patterson (5) Isabella ErwinWIlliam (61) the PA Patriarch To Hawkins County TN
Person:Robert Patterson (41) c1755 Person:Robert Patterson (38) Elizabeth King William (61) the PA Patriarch

Records

Last First WeRelate Vol Page Year Extract Notes
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 508 1742 Heare followeth a list of all the Muster (?) of Augusta County under their respective officers and Captains: Captain John Smith's List: John Smith, Captain; John Moffet, Lieutenant; William Anderson, Ensign; Daniel Daniston, Sergeant; Sam Hogshead, John Hogshead, Will Hogshead, Dan. McAnear, Math. Edmeston, John Finley, Walter Trimble, John Francis, Robert Ralston, John Young, Alex. Blair, Alex. Craig, Thomas Gillespy, And. Erwine, Benj. Erwine, John Erwine, Edw. Erwine, John Trimble, James Trimble, Rob. Moffett, James Wright, Rob. King, Jam. Armstrong, John Pattison, Jas. Lesley, Felix Kanady, Thomas Gordon, And. Mitchell, Jas. Robertson, Gabrl. Pickins, Rob. Leeper, Sam. Moore, John Miller, James Miller, Patr. Quine, Mat. Armstrong, John Ramsey, Dan. Daniston, Sam Northward, Rob. Renick, John Archer, Sampn. Archer, Jam.'s Sayers, Thos. McCulough, George Anderson, John Anderson, Rob. Poage, Rob. Patterson, Jas. Craford, Will Baskins. Could be either Robert (39) or Robert (51).
Patterson Robert 1 293 1744 APRIL AND JUNE, 1746.... William Wright vs. Thomas Linville.--Writ 11th March, 1745. Thomas Linville told Robert Patterson that he had paid to William Wright a certain sum of money which was due to said Wright's father. Order by William Wright's, 10th December, 1744, to Robert Patterson to collect the account. Probably Robert (51) based on connection to Thomas Linville for whom Linville Creek was named. Robert (51) lived on Linville Creek.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 38 1744 Page 301.--3d September, 1744. Margaret Adams' will, of Orange County--To son Robert Patterson and his children; to Mary Patterson, daughter of son Robert Patterson; to daughter Jane Love; to granddaughter Margaret Dollinson; to granddaughter Ester Harrison; to daughter Elizabeth; to son-in-law Daniel Love; to son Samuel Adams. Executors, Robert Patterson and Samuel Adams. Teste: Saml. Hull, Jacob Green (Gum?),
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 113-114 1744 Page 301.--3d September, 1744. Margaret Adams' will, of Orange County--To son Robert Patterson and his children; to Mary Patterson, daughter of son Robert Patterson; to daughter Jane Love; to granddaughter Margaret Dollinson; to granddaughter Ester Harrison; to daughter Elizabeth; to son-in-law Daniel Love; to son Samuel Adams. Executors, Robert Patterson and Samuel Adams. Teste: Saml. Hull, Jacob Green (Gum?), Thomas Lunday. We, the children of Margaret Adams, have reseved of the exter the full of all legsy I say revd. accordin to her desiare and will.-- Danl. Love, Jane (mark) Love, Ester Harrison. 15th September, 1744. These are to certify to all persons whom, &c., that I, Robert Patterson of North Carolina, Tryon County, son of William Patterson, deceased, do disclaim any right or title that is or may be alledged belonging to me of a certain tract of land lying and being in Augusta County upon a small branch on the south side of Linvell's Creek, which said land was taken up by Margaret Adams, the widow of John Adams, deceased.--Robert R. Patterson. 1st February, 1770. Teste: Francis Adams, J. P., North Carolina, Tryon County. Certifies that Francis Adams is a magistrate. Ezekiel Polk, C. C. Proved, 15th March, 1770, by Samuel Hull and Jacob Gum. Samuel Adams qualifies executor, with Joseph Dictum, John Madison, Jr.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert [[ 3 524 1745 Page 459.--91 acres patented to Robert King 1st August, 1745; devised by Robert's will 23d August, 1749, to 3 daughters, Sarah, Elizabeth and Catherine. Sarah died without issue; Elizabeth has married Robert Patterson, and Catherine has married James Blair (grantor here). Person:Robert Patterson (41)
Patterson Robert 1 29 1747 JUNE 19, 1747. (239) Robert Patterson and James Alien to view a road from John Picken's Mill to Lower Meeting House, and Andrew Lewis and Ro. Poage view a road from said mill to the Co. Ho.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 261 1747 Page 283.--13th August, 1747. William Beverley to James Crawford £_____; 401 acres in Beverley Manor; Robert Patterson's line on south side Cathey's River; corner to McDowell's land; crossing Lewis Creek; corner to George Anderson. Teste: Wm. Henderson, Archibald Hamilton, Robt. Davies. Proved by all witnesses, 19th August, 1747. Location on Cathey's River
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 378 1748 1748, July 26th--Charles Diver, 400 acres, between Daniel Harrison's mill and Ro. Patterson's.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 270 1748 Page 41.--Robert King to James Wallace and Wm. Wallace, Jr. Wm. Beverley, corner Robert Poag, Daniel Deniston, Catherine, wife of Robert. Part of 750 acres granted to Robert by Beverley, 25th March, 1742. Teste: David Stuart and Robert Patterson, 18th August, 1748. Proximity to Robert Kings land
Patterson Robert 1 38 1749 MAY 17, 1749. ... (117) Robert Patterson petitions to be reimbursed for his trouble in burying Daniel Corlet--rejected.
Patterson Robert 1 300 1749 FEBRUARY, 1749 (B).... Robert Patterson vs. John Downey.--Petition 26th August, 1749. Defendant lives on New River.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 280 1749 Page 535.---28th February, 1749. Same to Mathew Armstrong, 190 acres in Beverley Manor. Robert King's old place. Corner Robert Patterson. Corner John Anderson. Teste: John and William Gay, John King. Proximity to Robert Kings land
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 19 1750 Page 300.--26th February, 1750. Elizabeth Crawford, George Anderson, Robert Patterson's bond as administrators of James Crawford, with surety Patrick Crawford, Mathew Robinson.
Patterson Robert 1 48 1751 NOVEMBER 27, 1751. (202) Grand Jury--James Trimble, James Caldwell, Wm. Baskins, Wm. Henderson, Robert Patterson, Alexr. Thompson, Andrew Russell, Mathew Armstrong, Archibald Hamilton, Thos. Gordon, Wm. Bell, James Robinson, Patrick McCullow, James Callison, Alexr. McFeeters, Thomas Waters.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 23 1751 Page 388.--4th September, 1751. Vendue by George Anderson and Robert Patterson upon estate of James Crawford. To Wm. Bell. Mathew Armstrong, Thomas Story, Edward Ritledge, Robt. Craig, Saml. Mullene, John Patterson, Saml. Keer, Pat Crawford, James Henderson, Timothy Coll.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 24 1752 Page 418.--9th April, 1752. Nathan Patterson's will, freeholder--Wife, Isabell; sons, John, Mathew, Robert (John is oldest), Mathew 2d; daughter, Isabell; daughter, Sarah; daughter, Martha. Executors, wife, John Wilson, Robert Campbell. Teste: Robert Campbell, Mathew Wilson, Wm. Wilson. Proved, 21st May, 1752, by Robt. Campbell and Wm. Wilson, and to lie for further proof, and executors qualify, with surety Alexander Richey. Son of Person:Nathaniel Patterson (5);
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 439 1753 21st August, 1753: Vestry met....Page 131.--Robert Patterson allowed for burying Daniel Curley. Dr. Flood's Estate to be paid for caring for Elizabeth Griffith.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 35 1754 1) Page 55.--15th May, 1754. Hugh Young's bond as guardian (appointed) to Mary and John Cook, orphans of Patrick Cook, with sureties Robert Patterson, William Hamilton.
2) Page 64.--29th May, 1754. Benjamin Copeland's appraisement, by Robert Patterson, Joseph Bryan, John Brown.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 37 1754 Page 86.--15th March, 1755. Benjamin Copeland's additional appraisement, by Robert Patterson (mark), Jos. Bryan (mark), John Brown Daniel Henderson's note; John Macau's note; Gabriel Pickin's note; John Shaw's note (run away); James Gamble's note; Alex. Craig's note; Repentance Townsend's note; Henry Cryswell's note; Joseph Write's bonds.
Pattison Robert 1 440 1754 20th February, 1754.... Inhabitants of North Mountain, at head of Muddy Creek, petition for road from Ephraim Love's to the road from South Branch to Swift Run Gap: Ephraim Love, John Herdman, Jeremiah Hanason, Aaron Oliver, Thomas Campbell, Robert Pattison, John Slaven, Patrick Black, Robert Rallstone, John Negarry, Tomes Shanklin, John Taler, Daniel Harrison, John Foolton, Jesse Harrison, Patrick Cain.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 416 1755 [[Delinquints List]1755--...Robt. Patterson, twice returned;
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 37 1755 Page 86.--15th March, 1755. Benjamin Copeland's additional appraisement, by Robert Patterson (mark), Jos. Bryan (mark), John Brown Daniel Henderson's note; John Macau's note; Gabriel Pickin's note; John Shaw's note (run away); James Gamble's note; Alex. Craig's note; Repentance Townsend's note; Henry Cryswell's note; Joseph Write's bonds.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 283 1755 Page 650.--Same to Robert Craig, 178 acres in Beverley Manor; Cathey's River. Adley Maxwell, Robert Patterson's line. Delivered: Grizel Craig 4th July, 1755. Teste: William Thompson, Charles Campbell, Adam Thomson. Cathey's River location
Patterson Robert 1 73 1756 May 25, 1756.... (178) John Bourland, a late servant of Robert Patterson, has served his time and is released.
Patterson Robert 1 313 1756 MARCH, 1756 (A).King vs. O'Neal.--Petition as follows: "To the Worshipful Court of Augusta County. The petition of sundry inhabitants of this County by this North Mountain, in Captain Harrison's and Captain Love's Companies, humbly sheweth:
That your petitioners are daily troubled by John O'Neal, a person of evil fame, who, being ill natured, evil, designing, citigious, wicked man, he often takes occasion to come to the houses of some of your petitioners and then designedly raises and foments disputes with them in which he makes use of the most opprobrious and abuseful words he can invent, and as he is bound to the peace, dares any one to strike him, therefore, should any of us strike or beat him we know not what might be the consequences as we are unacquainted with the law and his usual manner threatens to shoot us if he sees any of us out of our own plantations, that he will do us all the damage he can by killing our horses, cattle, &c., and when reproved of his misbehavior he tells us that if he does any action, be it ever so bad, that he will be cleared by this Court for two pieces of eight. His behavior is such that your petitioners are afraid to leave their families to go about their lawful affairs, not knowing but he may fulfill his threats before our return by killing our wives or children, burning our houses, or doing some other irreparable damage, and, as doubtless your Worships is well acquainted with the behavior of this malicious man, we hope you will take our case into consideration and fall upon some method to hinder him from being guilty of such outrages and irregularities for the future. That we, being subjects to his Majesty and the laws of the Dominion, may be no longer abused by such a person in the above manner, and your petitioners, as in duty bound, shall ever pray.--Daniel Harrison, James Magill, Daniel Smith, John McGarry, Robert Harrison, Gawin Black, John Lonkill, Patrick Cain, Aaron Oliver, (erased), Robert Gray, Henry Smith, Benjamin Kinley, John Smith, John McClewer, Gabriel Pickens, John Hinton and Robert Patterson.
Scire facias on recognizance, November 8th, 1754. Patrick Cain and Robert Patterson denied signatures. Gawin Black says he has nothing to say vs. John O'Neal, but was over-persuaded by some of the petitioners. O'Neal found guilty.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 444 1756 Page 179.--1756: Processioned in Capt. Israel Christian's Company by John Henderson and Wm. Baskins, viz: For Rev. John Craig, for Daniel Denniston, for James Wallace, for David Bell, for Robert Poage, for John Anderson, for Andrew Russell, for John Hutcheson, for Patrick McCollum, for James Coyle, for Geo. Anderson, for Robert Patterson, for Mathew Armstrong, for William Lewis, for James Lesley, for Archibald Hamilton, for John Poage, for Mr. Shodder, for Wm. Bell, for Wm. Wallace, for Robert McClenachan, for Alex. Wright, for Samuel Wilson, for John Cunningham, for Alex. McNite, for John Black, for Nathan Gililand, for John Bigham, for John Coulter, for John Buchanan, for Elijah McClenachan, for Robert Breckinridge, for Wm. Baskins, for Widow Crawford, for Joans Henderson, for Andrew Scott, for John Henderson.
Patterson Robert 1 79 1758 MARCH 16, 1758.... (94) Robert Patterson, qualified Ensign of Militia.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 51 1758 Page 287.--17th November, 1758. Benj. Copland's estate settlement, by Ann Ralston (late Anne Copland). 19th March, 1755, former account. John Shaw's note (he ran away). Paid Thos. Pointer for one-half year schooling of Jacob and Mary Copland £1. Credits since 23d September, 1757--To Hannah Copland, Sarah Copland, Anne Ralston, David Ralston, Samuel Semple, Thomas Gregg, Samuel Hull, Robert Patterson, Edward McGeery, David Berry, Daniel Henderson, Peter Trader.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 52 1758 Page 287.--17th November, 1758. Benj. Copland's estate settlement, by Ann Ralston (late Anne Copland). 19th March, 1755, former account. John Shaw's note (he ran away). Paid Thos. Pointer for one-half year schooling of Jacob and Mary Copland £1. Credits since 23d September, 1757--To Hannah Copland, Sarah Copland, Anne Ralston, David Ralston, Samuel Semple, Thomas Gregg, Samuel Hull, Robert Patterson, Edward McGeery, David Berry, Daniel Henderson, Peter Trader.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 276 1761 [[Marriage License] 1761--....March __, Thomas Hugart, Robert Patterson;
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 400 1761 [Fee Book] 1761--...John Patterson, son of Robert; Could be Robert (39) of Cathey's River, or Robert (51) of Linville Creek, but Robert (51) did not have a son John
Patterson (Pattison) Robert Robert (39) 3 370 1761 Page 322.--11th March, 1761. Robert ( ) Patterson, yeoman, to Thomas Patterson, his son, £10, 167 acres more or less in Beverley Manor, part of 331 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley, 27th February, 1741, on Middle River; cor. that part of the tract belonging to John Patterson. Teste: William Baskian, Mathew Armstrong, David Bell. Delivered: Thomas Patterson, 24th June, 1765. Could be Robert (39) of Cathey's River, or Robert (51) of Linville Creek, but Robert (51) did not have a son John (see next entry same page]
Patterson RobertRobert (39) 3 370 1761 Page 326.--11th March, 1761. [Robert Patterson] to his son John Patterson, £10, 164 acres, part of 331 acres (see above); cor. John Anderson. Delivered: Thos. Patterson, 24th June, 1765.Could be Robert (39) of Cathey's River, or Robert (51) of Linville Creek, but Robert (51) did not have a son John
Patterson Robert Robert (39) 3 578 1761 Page 340.--331 acres conveyed to John Patterson by his father Robert, 11th March, 1761. Could be Robert (39) of Cathey's River, or Robert (51) of Linville Creek, but Robert (51) did not have a son John
Patterson Robert 1 337 1763 APRIL, 1763 (A).... Stewart vs. Patterson.--Alexander Stewart married Mary, daughter of Robert Patterson, and sues Patterson because he did not get as much of Patterson's estate as the two other children.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 398 1763 Page 256.--5th June, 1763. Robert Patterson and Elisabeth ( ) to Robert Young. £70, 60 acres on Falling Spring, a branch of Middle River of Shanando, part of 90 acres patented to Robert King, 1st August, 1746, and descended by hereditary right by will of Robert King to Robert Patterson, joining that part of the patent belonging to John King. Teste: James Anderson, Samuel Caldwell. Delivered: Robt. Young, August, 1768.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 99 1767 Page 29.--18th August, 1767. James Burnsides' bond (with Robert Patterson, Jno. Vachub, Saml. Clark) as administrator of Martha Patterson.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert Person:Robert Patterson (39) 3 455 1767 Page 389.--18th August, 1767. Robert ( ) Patterson, farmer, and Ann ( ) to Alexander Stuart, £40, on South River Shanando, a woodland of George Anderson, 193-1/2 acres patented to Robert, 16th August, 1756. Delivered: Alex. Stewart, March Court, 1773.
Patterson Robert 1 428 1768 NOVEMBER 21, 1768. Committal of Robert McMahan upon suspicion of murdering Robert Reburn. Recognizance as witnesses and signatures of Jean Reburn, John Reburn, Thomas McMahon, Robert Patterson, James O. Murray, Robert R. Craig.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 468 1768 Page 359.--12th May, 1768. Samuel McCutchan, Sr., and Frances ( ) to Samuel McCutchon, Jr., son of said Samuel 5 shillings, and diverse and good causes done to me; tract Samuel, Sr., now lives on, 150 acres; corner Borden's patent line; William Sprout's line; also all properties. Teste: Robert Patterson, Chas. Campbell, Arter Hamilton. Delivered: Jno. McCutcheon, March Court, 1774.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 476 1768 Page 127.--16th June, 1768. Thomas Smith, yeoman, to Alexander Walker, cow, calf, mare. Bill sale. Teste: Robert Patterson, John Hind.
Patterson Robert 1 370 1769 Brown vs. Pattison.--Chancery writ, 29th March, 1769. James Brown and Jane, his wife, late Jane Crawford, daughter of James Crawford, deceased, oratrix's father, died, 1751, possessed of considerable estate, intestate, leaving widow and two children, to wit, oratrix and her brother, James. Widow Elizabeth, Robert Patterson and George Anderson qualified administrators. Orator and oratrix married in July, 1769. Prayer for settlement. Patrick Crawford was brother of James. deceased. Elizabeth (widow) was Elizabeth Robertson, sister of William Robertson.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 500 1770 Page 382.--20th March, 1770. Robert Patterson to John Patterson, £7.3.9, cows, beds and furniture. Teste: Robert Young, Robert Williams.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 508 1771 Page 143.--19th March, 1771. John King and Mary to John Poage, £335, four tracts on south side Middle River of Shanandore and on both sides of the Falling Spring Branch: A, 44 acres, part of 90 acres patented to Robert King, 1st August, 1745 and by his will devised to his two daughters, Elizabeth and Catharine, and on division this 44 acres became the property of Katharine, wife to James Blair, who conveyed to John King, 18th September, 1763, corner Robert Patterson, now Robert Young's; also B, 30 acres adjoining above, part of 115 acres patented to William Sharp, 10th March, 1756, and coneyed to John, July, 17; also C, 95 acres adjoining, patented to John, 20th July, 1768; D, 148 acres, patented to said John, 20th July, 1768. Teste: Michael Dickey, John King, Robert Young. Delivered: John Poage, devisee of John Poage, deceased, 1st October, 1799.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 145 1773 Page 457.--9th February, 1773. John McCleery's will--To wife, Margaret; to son, James; executors, son James and John Thompson; to each daughter, 1 shilling; to son, John; to son, Samuel. Teste: Robert Clark, Mathew and Robert Patterson.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert Person:Robert Patterson (39) 3 137-138 1774 Page 295.--1st October, 1774. Robert Patterson's will--To son-in-law, Alexander Stuart, Bible; to son, Thomas; to son, John; to son John's children; to granddaughter, Mary Stuart; to grandson, Robert Stuart; to grandson, Robert Patterson. Executor, son Thomas. Teste: John Archer, Daniel Kidd, Edward Hall. Proved, 16th November, 1774, by Kidd, and recorded. Thomas qualified with John Madison, Jr.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 148 1777 Page 511.--15th August, 1777. Robert Campbell's estate appraised by James and John McCleery, Mathew Wilson, Robt. Patterson.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 167 1777 Page 334.--29th August, 1777. List of those indebted to the estate of Roger North--Molly Mathews, Michael Diveyer, John Pans, Taylor, Edward Brayton, Mary Dillon, Wm. Collen, Carolina; Rev. Adam Smith, Margaret Mountfield, Hannah Sires, Robt. Jameson, Prince Edward; Andrew Cowen, Holstein; John Adkins, going to Carolina; William Loveley, Sally McGraw, servant to Dr. Watkins; James Bowyer (Taylor), John Anderson, Long Glead, Holstein; Joseph Love, Montgomery; Geo. Berry (son to Francis), James Anderson, son of John, M. River; John Henderson, son to David, So. River, dead; John Brown, son to Widow, N. Mtn.; David Steel (tailor), Wm. Jordan, So. River; Wm. Scott (taylor), John Welsh (tailor), Amos Perkins (blacksmith), Michael McEntosh, James Cooper, Forks of James; Mary Blackwood, married to McCrosky; _____ Crawford, brother to Patrick; Wm. Russell, Buchanan's Mill; Charles Philips, Adam Cribb, Eleanor Craig, M. River; Eleanor Dunn at Elijah McClenachans, Robert Patterson, No. Mountain; Nelly Keenan, James Berry, son to Francis, Holst.; John Woods, M. River; Andrew Anderson, son to John; Andrew Jenkins; Major Scott (dead), Mark Hatton, Andrew Campbell, son to John, So. River; Andrew Wilson, reedmaker; James Anderson, M. River; James Kelly (mason), John Cypher, James Brown (dead), John Votaw, Wm. McNab, No. Mountain; Joseph Right, M. River; James Armstrong, Holstein; Wm. Long, Warm Springs; Jean Rush, Evan Griffith, son of Abel, M. River; James Bott, Alex. Reed, Rockfish; Miss Betsey Hughes, Greenbrier; Henry Black, Dutchman; Hugh Divier. No. River; John Smith, son of Daniel, dead; Gasper Carner, Black's Gap; Daniel Meek, Calfpasture; Mary Cawfield, Jacob Kile, No. Mountain; Wm. Rogers. B. M.; John Campbell, No. River; James Edmonson, taylor; Chas. Syms, attorney at law; Nath. Bell Magruder, James Long, Mid. River; Richard Aldeman, Jno. Ehrhard, laberer; James McManis, Amherst; Jno. Todd, attorney at law; Thos. Bird, labourer; Abraham Savage, Thos. Jones, at the Office; Jacob Meckghew, Pr. Edward; Jno. Heany, Miss Jenny Lewis, Thomas' daughter, Jno. Hughson, Mason.
Pattison Robert 3 563 1780 Page 316.--17th March, 1780. Mathew Pattison and Jane to Robert Pattison, brother of Mathew, conveyed to Nathan Pattison, father of Mathew and Robert, by Beverley, 24th July, 1740 (recorded in Orange), part of the tract was devised to Mathew and John, elder brother of Mathew, who died without rites stan ( ?) and his part descended to Mathews.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 430 1781 Tithables, 1781; Alexander Robertson's List: Samuel Hind and son John, Patrick Crawford and sons George and John, Robert Craig and sons John, Robert, and James, James and George Crawford, brothers Robert, John, and William, John Givens and sons Samuel, James, and William, Richard Rankin and sons Isaac and Richard; William Patterson' and son William; James Givens and sons Samuel, Robert, and James, George Campbell and son John, Samuel Henderson and sons James, William, and David, John Lemons and son John, James Kerr and son James, George Anderson and son James, Andrew Russell and son Mathew, Robert Rogers and Father, John Allison and son Andrew, Timothy Coil and son Thomas, Adam Donlap and son William, James Alexander and sons Andrew and James, David White and James and Gordon, Henry Liner and son Henry, Ro. Stephen and son James, James Shackelford and son Reuben, Samuel Bell and son Samuel, Robert McColley and son Joseph, Jno. Patterson and son Robert, Mrs. Jane Wallace and son William, John Richey and son John, Col. George Mathews and son John, Jno. Brooks and son Moses, George King and son Robert, John Surfice and sons Martin, John, and Jacob, Thomas Hick and son Thomas.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 160 1781 Page 208.--8th October, 1781. Elizabeth (mark) Dark's will--To daughter, Jean Elliot's heirs; to well beloved Elizabeth Breath (Reath, Reoth?); to daughter, Sarah Elliot; to daughter, Anne Dounlap; to daughter, Margret Clenkaid; to son, John Gridle; to son, James; to son, Alexander and to Alexander's wife; to four daughters; to son, Samuel; to son, William's heirs; to son, Robert. Executors, son Robert Clark and William Reaoh. Teste: Charles Donally, James McCleerey, Robt. Patterson, Geo. Berry. Proved, 20th November, 1781, by McCleerey and Berry. Robert Clark qualifies.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 74 1785 Cadbury vs. Turner--O. S. 34; N. S. 12--Copy deed 1st July, 1801, Robert Patterson of Phila to Henry Cadbury of Territory N. W., of Ohio, conveys 7,000 acres by survey 17th June, 1785, in Harrison County, cor. George Turner. Also 1,000 acres by survey 8th June, 1785, in Harrison County on Richard's Creek, corner Isaac Sidman. One-half undivided interest in 2,000 acres by survey 8th June, 1785, in Harrison County on Crow's Creek, corner Samuel Young. Deed by John Vaughan and Samuel H. Smith to Ro. Patterson.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 283 1786 1786--January 30, Robert Patterson and Jane Anderson, daughter of Geo. Anderson; surety, Saml. Armstrong; witnesses, George Anderson, Wm. Brooks. Ro. is son of John Patterson.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 349 1786 1786...--By Rev. Wm. Wilson; January 30th, Robert Patterson and Jane Anderson;
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 3 189 1789 1789 12th June, 1789... Page 244.--List of book debts due Thomas Stuart--... Robert Patterson (carpenter);
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 289 1790 1790--June 28, Edward Harding and Margaret Patterson, daughter of Robert Patterson (consent); witnesses, William Scott, Thomas Sharp; surety, George Kirkpatrick.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 21 1791 SEPTEMBER, 1791 (H to Z). Patterson vs. Wilson--Original lease and release, Beverley to John Wilson, 1739. Recorded Orange County, 28th June, 1739. Same to Nathaniel Pattison and Jane, of Augusta, to Robert Pattison, brother of Mathew.
Patterson (Pattison) Robert 2 295 1791 1791--June 6, Wm. Graham and Isabella Patterson, daughter of Robert Patterson; surety, Robert Patterson.
Patterson Robert 3 595 1791 Page 40.--20th October, 1791. Robert Patterson and Martha to Michael Carr, late of Pennsylvania, conveyed by Beverley, 1740, to Nathaniel Patterson.
Patterson Robert 1 426 1814 AUGUST, 1814 (E to I). Johnston vs. Orr.--Journal of James Johnston's vendue, 3d December, 1798. Leonard and Isaac Garman are about to remove from State, 12th August, 1806. William and David Orr. David E. Orr was son of William. Robert Patterson, of South Carolina. Samuel Gregory is in service of his country, 22d November, 1813.
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