Person:William Patton (41)

William Patton, of South Fork
d.aft. 1796
  • F.  Patton (add)
  1. Margaret PattonEst 1715-1720 - bef 1777
  2. William Patton, of South Fork - aft 1796
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Name William Patton, of South Fork
Gender Male
Death? aft. 1796

William Patton was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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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.
  • Vol. 1 - 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.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1796 (F to K). William Gamble, John Gamble, infants above 16; Joseph Gamble, infant above 11 years; Sarah Gamble, infant above 16; Margaret Gamble, infant above 14; Agnes Gamble, infant above 12; surviving orphans of Joseph Gamble, deceased, by William Gamble, their next friend, vs. William Patton and Isabella Gamble.--In 1779 Joseph Gamble, father of orators and oratrices, died intestate, and William Patton and Joseph's widow, Isabella, administered. William Gamble is elder brother as well as next friend. Bill for settlement, 1792.