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151 [Patterson.ged]

!..Placement of this Robertson County line is strictly speculative.
(tent) PATTERSON Robert Crabtree (I532)
152 [Patterson.ged]

!..PN obituary; died of consumption; son Haden died 48 hours after her; one
other child, 
MERRELL Janey (I632)
153 [Patterson.ged]

!..Poyner Cemetery also has a stone for Agnes L. Patterson 1900-1939 who could fit as Dewey's wife (only candidate with reasonably close yob) but the listing I'm working from is in alpha rather than row/stone order. 
PATTERSON Dewey G. (I131)
154 [Patterson.ged]

!..Probate notice 11/14/2002 concerning guardian hearing. No children so notices to Nova, (surviving sister) and ten nephews/nieces
..Obituary (Prospect News)
Avon Lee Adams, 90 of Doniphan, died Monday March 3, 2003 at Ripley County Memorial Hospital
Mr Adams was born Feb 10, 1913 in Ripley County. He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served from August 1943 to January 1946 with the 150 Infantry Company E in Panama. He was retired from working in construction and contracting.
On March 25, 1937, he married Neva Wiley in Doniphan. She preceded him in death Nov. 25, 1994. Also preceding him in death were five sisters, Nila Williams, Frona Braschler, Elsie Harper, Lily Bell and Nellie Adams; three brothers, Oscar Adams, Roy Adams and Virgil Adams and his parents John Thomas and Hestora (Patterson) Adams
Survivors include one sister, Nova Montgomery of Poplar Bluff and many nephews and nieces. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 tonight at Edwards Funeral Home in Doniphan. The funeral service will begin at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home chapel with Brother Lee Kirby officiating. Burial will be in Doniphan City Cemetery. 
ADAMS Avon Lee (I235)
155 [Patterson.ged]

!..Prospect News reported his death; "left Ripley Co in 1876..left a large
family"; 1850/60/70C in Ripley Co; 1880C Palo Pinto, TX; research by EB.
..Jn.A. was a JP in SW Ripley Co; Jn.A. & brother George married FERRILL
sisters; on 15 May 1876 set out for TX on wagon train w/WARRENs, HARTs &
others. Their 10 children all lived in TX and southern OK. 
PATTERSON John A. (I486)
156 [Patterson.ged]

!..Prospect News; twin per Delores Allen 
PATTERSON unnamed (I144)
157 [Patterson.ged]

!..provided information to Gene BRASCHLER [cd=the unnamed son or earlier birth] 
BARNES Samuel Yancy (I209)
158 [Patterson.ged]

!..Record of 1st marriage found; naming tradition re-enforces that it was this
John. Also strong tradition that Daniel Pitchford named after [2nd] wife's
father. Uncertainty when 1st wife died & date 2nd marriage. Assignment of
mothers of children = tentative based upon 4-yr gap between children [but 1 or more cd. have died]??] BJP speculates that DP was 1st/only child by 2nd mar.
..Migrated to Carroll Co, TN during 1820s (with WOODs, at least 1 sis & husb &
possibly others). Prob.left Salt Lick ca.1824 when letters removed fm. church
(on Fannie WOOD, John, Catey & Nancy PATTERSON). Sister's child born there in 1828. John on 1830 cens (but the James & Wm PATTERSONs were fm. another line).
..To Ripley Co, MO in 1834. Some years later (3/18/1846) Carroll Co, TN land records show sale of 57 acres in Carroll Co, TN by Jn "of Ripley Co, MO"
..Ripley Co estate records: will signed 18 May 1847 probated 23 Aug 1847; names widow & children. Cornelius PATTERSON & widow co-exec.
..Besides the "home place" he had purchased more acreage in S27T22R1E on Fourche Creek which he willed specifically to sons George & John. William & Pitt were to inherit the home place after Mary's death. During the Civil War she lived in the original home. Family tradition holds that when son DP visited during the war after being away for over a year, their dog instantly recognized him. 
159 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by David F. Grobe 
PATTERSON Temperance C. (I428)
160 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by David F. Grobe; Ripley Co 1870C 
PATTERSON Henry C. (I427)
161 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by David F. Grobe; Ripley Co; 1860/70C; there is also a GenForum posting by Sandra Cook which shows the 11th rather than the 10th for dod
..There are several related George Patterson's--I'm uncertain which one the following relates to. Several 1890's homestead grants seem to relate to our Ripley Co Adams, Patterson & kin. As one of the last opportunities to secure public land and perhaps some vestiges of post-Civil War turmoil in MO, the homestead opportunity would have been attractive for persons residing "within spitting distance" of the state line.
5/25/1896 --152.72A-- S 1/2NE & N1/2SW -S9-T7-R 21W Dardenelle LO
6/11/1897 -- 160A S 1/2SE, NWSE & NESW - S28-T13N-R15W Harrison LO
(Jehu) 10/20/1884 -- 160A-- S17 &20-T18N-R16W Harrison LO
(Geo.W) 5/26/1892 -- 160A-- S12 T20N R11W Harrison LO &
4/10/1907 -- 160A-- S32 T13N R24W Harrison LO
(Jesse Adams) 5/4/1894 -- 80A NENE & SENE S33-T19N-R11W Harrison LO 
PATTERSON George William (I423)
162 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by David F. Grobe; suicide; Ripley Co 1870C 
PATTERSON James P. (I426)
163 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by David Ferrill Grobe, Marion, IL (through BJP); Ripley Co
1860/70C & Marriage Rec. 
PATTERSON Polly Paralee (I421)
164 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by Sue Groves of Franklin, KY. Remained in Macon Co until 1860s,
then to Simpson Co, KY. 1850-1880C fm Macon/Simpson Cos. Simpson Co Court
Orders Bk1, pgs 325, 335, 350, 529, 532. Birth in George/Nancy Fam.Bible.
Children Martha & Polly (West) each 1/2 share on Letty White estate distr. 
PATTERSON Christopher (I102)
165 [Patterson.ged]

!..Research by Sue Groves; on 1880C Simpson Co, KY; 1/2 share on Letty White
estate distrib. 
PATTERSON Mary Jane "Polly" (I589)
166 [Patterson.ged]

!..Ripley Co birth record on 4th child of "Roselee" Emery & Ben Patterson;
Martha Morris, midwife of Dry Springs, Ark recorded children #1 & #4 but #2-3
not on record. Ben age 25 & Rose age 24 
PATTERSON Coney (I342)
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ADAMS Roger Dale (I003)
168 [Patterson.ged]

!..Rosie's tombstone lists her as wife of Arthur R. Patterson & dau of Eli Boyer; she was b 2/15/1887 & d 5/21/1976 
BOYER Rosie (I343)
169 [Patterson.ged]

!..Roy Jr was fatally injured when a valve blew out on a cementing job he was working on, the last of a series of tragedies which took the lives of all of
Roy's children. Jr. served in the Seabees & Navy for 16 years and had two
tours of duty in Viet Nam.
..His sons and daughter were still at home when he died so the GGC mentioned in Roy Sr's obituary must be c/o Glena's daughter. Roy Jr had a stepdaughter listed as "Mrs. Alan Watkins" - widow Jackie nee VanKIRK's first marriage was to a BONHAM
..(obit) Roy Jr 40 of the Bluestem trailer court, Rt 4 El Dorado Kans was fatally injured September 9 when a valve blew out at the sight of a mementing job he was working on. The accident occured about 9:30 p.m. on the Albert oil lease three miles northwest of El Doarda. Adams, who was empleyed by the United Cementing and Acid Co was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital
Funeral services were held September 12 at the Dietz Colonial Chapel. The Rev Donald D McCracken, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiated
Adams was born June 16, 1930 in Missouri. He was the son of the late Roy S Adams Sr and grew up in Doniphan. Following his discharge from the Navy Seabees, he married Jackie VanKirk-Bonham December 18, 1967 in Wichita.
He had finished two tours of Vietnam in his 16-year career in the Navy. A member of the Fred Priestly Post #1174 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, he was also a member of the Capt Edgar Dale Post #81 of the American Legion. He was also a member of the Lutheran Church at Great Bend
Surviving are his wife,
two sons, Ronald and Randy Adams
one daughter Miss Brenda Adams, all of the home
one step-daughter Mrs Alan Watkins of 204 South Atchison
and his mother Mrs Otis Goss, Hoisington 
Jr. ADAMS Roy (I086)
170 [Patterson.ged]

!..Roy was an avid hunter with 2 or 3 freezers always well stocked with wild
game. He was custodian of the Handlin Clubhouse and served as a guide for both hunting and fishing. Although in his 40s he served briefly in the Army during WW II as a rifle instructor By vocation he was a painter.
.Virgil often told of escapades he and Roy got into while growing up and his
adult life could also be characterized as "rough", yet he was always a
gentleman around the family, particularly when children were present (Aunt
Billie always feared he would "slip"). After his first marriage broke up,
Hazel remained on close terms with her "in-laws". All three of their children died tragic deaths as young adults (spinal meningitis during boot camp, murder and a freak accident 2 years after Roy's death)
..Funeral services were in St.Benedict Church at Doniphan (Aunt Billie was Catholic; no mention of 1st marriage in obituary; Roy Jr mentioned plus 4 GC/3 GGC - 1 GC would have been Glenna's daughter and 3 identified by Roy Jr's obituary; details of GGC not known)
..Roy Shelby Adams, retired painter of 1108 Jackson Street, died Friday at 7:40 a.m. in the Veterans Hospital at Poplar Bluff following an illness of three months. A life-long resident of Ripley County, he was born March 28, 1902 and on August 10, 1942 married Miss Roberta McCulley. During World War II Mr Adams served with the U.S. Army and was a member of St Benedict Church.
He leaves
his wife, Roberta;
one son, Roy Adams Jr who is presently serving with the US Navy in Vietnam;
four sisters; Mrs Elsie Harper, Springfield, Va,
Mrs Frona Braschler, Doniphan
Mrs Nila Williams, Dexter, and
Mrs Nova Montgomery of Poplar Bluff
three brothers, Oscar Adams, Doniphan
Virgil Adams, Fredericktown and
Avon Adams of St Louis
four grandchildren and three great grandchildren
Funeral services were held Monday at 10 a.m. in St Benedict Church with Rev Raymond Willerding assisted by Rev James Seyer, Chaplain of St Mary's Cathedral of Cape Girardeau, officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery under direction of Edwards Funeral Home. Rosary services were held Sunday night at 7:30 in the chapel of the funeral home
Among the out-of-town relatives and friends here for the services were
Mrs. Roy Adams Jr of El Dorado, Kans
Mr & Mrs V.C. Adams of Fredericktown
Mr & Mrs L.C. Williams of Dexter
Mr & Mrs Paul Montgomery of Poplar Bluff
Mrs Elsie Harper of Springfield, Va
Mrs Eunice Glass & Mrs Lorene Hutsel both of Little Rock, Ark
Mrs Melvin Studt, Memphis, Tenn
Mr & Mrs Jack Gibson & sons of East St Louis, Ill
Mr & Mrs John Adams, Mr & Mrs Ronald Brooks & Mrs Pauline Elliott, all of Granite City, Ill
the Dwain Williams family of Sikeston
Mr & Mrs Larry Montgomery, Poplar Bluff
Mr & Mrs Ponder Adams, St Louis
Wm Adams and Hazel Ivanschi of Hot Springs, Ark
Mr & Mrs Fearing Wiley and family & Glenn Wiley of St Louis 
ADAMS Roy Shelby (I165)
171 [Patterson.ged]

!..Sam & his brother Claude both served in WWI but Sam was sent home due to his health
..Following their 1926 marriage Sam & Virgie (nee Johnson) made their home on Mill Creek about two miles from where Sam had grown up. They had 10 children and had to work long hours to provide for them. The children attended Mill Creek school (where my brother Ronald began his schooling and where I visited as a 3-year-old) 
RYAN Sam (I182)
172 [Patterson.ged]

!..Sarah eloped with Samuel WARD on 18 Jul 1878 -- no children; four years
later she married Wm. A. BARNES [see Gene BRASCHLER's Civil War Stories and
Ripley County marriage/birth records.] 
PATTERSON Sarah Elizabeth (I136)
173 [Patterson.ged]

!..Sarah was not quite 21 when she died. Could be mother of grandchildren with
COOK, DISON or unknown surname receiving fractional shares of Letty White
estate. Best fit may be the grandchild named Allen and a sibling with neither
first name or surname known (perhaps died while giving birth to 2nd child) 
WILSON Sarah Maria (I248)
174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WILLIAMS David (I230)
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ADAMS Robert Dale (I145)
176 [Patterson.ged]

!..Shown as "E.C." on the Lettie White estate, she received 1/10 share. Full
name & death info from AF; assume she never married. 
WILSON Emmalene Clementine (I247)
177 [Patterson.ged]

!..source = Judy (nee Brandon?) chart 
MEADOR Nancy Francis (I623)
178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PATTERSON Nelma Juanita (I326)
179 [Patterson.ged]

!..Source=Delores Allen; Gerald's first wife was Billie Jack McGUINESS (born
1914); no children by that marriage. 
WILLIAMS Gerald (I320)
180 [Patterson.ged]

!..source=Delores Allen; he married Dicie BATES who died in 1970 
PATTERSON Earl Randall (I249)
181 [Patterson.ged]

!..source=his brother James R. Patterson (via BJP) 
PATTERSON Chester Franklin (I370)
182 [Patterson.ged]

!..source=James R. PATTERSON, Jackson, MS (via BJP) 
PATTERSON Baxter Marion (I137)
183 [Patterson.ged]

!..sources include census, mar, child b/c, cem. & letters from Aunt Elsie. ..Aunt Elsie (Patterson/Harper) wrote "Catherine, Cas or Kate as we called her was his oldest of three children by his first wife. She married Tobe Hutcherson. They had four boys
Will married Lillie Van Hook
George went to Oklahoma so I guess he is dead
none of us ever heard from him for 20 years
Horace Greely married a girl in Colorado. Had two son
Greely died one month after Roy died.
..The 12/9/1877 mar. of a Mary Catharine PATTERSON to Samuel B. BINGHAM of Randolph Co, Ark referred to the daughter of "Uncle Billy" PATTERSON [sister of Tora PATTERSON's first husband] rather than this Mary Catherine.
..at Van HOOK reunion a fifth son [Richard] mentioned unless I scrambled
children/siblings of Greely. W.R. HUTCHERSON info from his son Jn.W. 
PATTERSON Mary Catharine "Cas\Kate" (I404)
184 [Patterson.ged]

!..sources include Family Bible, estate record & widows claim for pension.
[1st wife=Anne E. MERRILL; 2nd=Nancy Ann GETTINGS]. No known ch. by 1st mar.
..Enlisted 10 Aug 1862 [Union]; became cpl. 30 Aug 1862; died of fever [diahrea
& pneumonia] "contracted in line of duty". 31 Regt of MO Vol.
..First marriage is on record; second established by affidavits [pension claim]
Farm given to Anna when 1st mar. passed to GY & then to Nancy. Nancy later
married man who helped her get the pension. 
PATTERSON George Yancy (I580)
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ROONEY\ALLEN Andrew Jack (I347)
186 [Patterson.ged]

!..Sue Groves research: on 1860C for Macon Co; to Simpson Co, KY with father;
married there and had one child but child died ca.1887 and Susan died before
Letty's estate distr. 
PATTERSON Susan F. (I592)
187 [Patterson.ged]

!..tentatively assuming Cornelius =John's son by 1st mar.[circumstantial] 
PATTERSON Cornelius (I473)
188 [Patterson.ged]

!..There were two Mahlon/Malon WOODs; the first one was George PATTERSON's
father-in-law. This one married George's cousin and was most likely a
nephew of the elder Mahlon. Families together in Greenvl.Co SC & Washgtn, KY
..1820-30C records show them in Humphreys Co, TN & 1850C in Chickasaw, MS
Page 680, Family #593 
II WOOD Mahlon (I160)
189 [Patterson.ged]

!..They had a lot at Dexter Cemetery but no stone found for either. His last
residence was also Dexter but the Social Security ROM disc gave place of death
information as Miner/Sikeston (Scott/New Madrid Co), possibly because Duane
would have filed the death claim? His SSN was 491-16-0481. 
WILLIAMS Lowell Clive (I266)
190 [Patterson.ged]

!..This William could be Monalisa Graves (GenForum #3580) ancester. She listed a different mother but the spouse information I had was "soft". Since she was aware of the Macon Co, TN connection with at least a rough match on Thomas' dob I'm picking up William's birth date from her posting. 
PATTERSON William (I611)
191 [Patterson.ged]

!..three girls & three boys; just have info on three of them. 
BARNES [Dau.] (I204)
192 [Patterson.ged]

!..Tora PATTERSON (my grandmother) strongly denied being related to her 1st
husband's PATTERSONs (Billy's son "Tomp") E.B. reported similar conversations.
There is little doubt that the Wm.H who married Martha Gatewood was grandma's uncle and the Billy Patterson who returned(?) to Ripley Co settling beside Daniel P. may have been his brother. Due to differing loyalties Billy is buried in the "Union" Cemetery while the other Pattersons are in Sugar Tree Grove. For reasons similar to her unwillingness to admit her true age (even to her older brothers), grandma may have "led us down the garden path". Billy is a very
solid match for the son of JOHN or either his brother JAMES or THOMAS, all with William's mentioned on Letty White estate distribution in 1890. Actually JAMES' son fits best in naming traditions. There are some minor age/place differences among various records.
Both Williams came to Ripley Co from TN and Billy's track (per census)
is consistent with having married in Ripley Co in 1854, returning to TN for 2
or 3 yrs before returning to the Ark/MO border area for a decade, then again
showing up among the Sugar Tree Grove Pattersons after the Civil War.
..Billy Patterson is in an unmarked grave in Union Cemetery, a mile or so
from the Patterson Family Graveyard (a/k/a Sugar Tree Grove)
!..mention on John PATTERSON's will (1847) as one of "my two younger sons"
leads to the assumption that William & "Pitt" were from his second marriage.
..listed as age 17 on 1850C (in Mary's household with siblings Jn. & Dan'l P
and George Y -- younger brother of dec'd John)
..Ripley Co marriage records show 1854 mar.to Martha Ann GATEWOOD. Don't find them on 1860C but Billy on both 1870/1880C near Daniel & George households.
..From 1870/80C and mention of Wm.PATTERSON's birthplace as Ark there is a strong chance that they "bent" the state line a bit in giving children's birthplaces
to census takers (logical in the Ripley County "hotbed" during those
emotionally turbulent years) However oldest son Arthur is buried at Masonic Cem in Pocahontas along with his wife and at least three children of John F. Patterson. .
..Ripley County death records show Wm.M. PATTERSON, age 56y11m8d died 22 Oct 1884. He is shown as a farmer, married (wife's name not recorded), was born in TN and resided in MO 14 years. Noting that all three William cousins were assumed to have been alive in 1890 this may or may not have been our Wm but fits with the Ark to MO ca.1870 scenario. 
PATTERSON William "Billy" (I503)
193 [Patterson.ged]

!..Tora Patterson Adams said her father was named after his maternal
grandfather, Daniel Pitchford. There was a Daniel Pitchford Sr just across the state line in Barren Co, KY who fits but unable to document. Smith County marriage records were lost and no marriage found in other jurisdictions where it likely occurred; Pitchford estate records don't provide a positive link.
..The family came to Ripley County MO when young Daniel was just a few months old.
..When Capt Timothy Reves' Independent Co of Scouts (CSA) was organized
3/13/1862, Daniel was among those sent to MO to recruit. He attained the rank
of Captain. Jacksonport, AR parole roles in 6/1864 list Capt. D.P. Patterson
commanding Comany C, 15th Regt, MO Cavalry.
..Following their mother's death the two younger boys -- DP and William inherited the home place. Mary had continued to live on the Mill Creek Place and the two brothers each acquired land on the Fourche just to the north of George & John. The log cabin which DP erected on his 160 acre homestead has been moved to Doniphan and is a RCHS landmark. After the war DP sold the Fourche homestead to his brother George and moved back to the Mill Creek property, remaining there until his death 8/23/1900,
..However two Arkansas Homestead records may to refer to him AR2070-85 & 2640-395) Several 1890's homestead grants seem to relate to our Ripley Co Adams, Patterson & kin. As one of the last opportunities to secure public land and perhaps some vestiges of post-Civil War turmoil in MO, the homestead opportunity would have been attractive for persons residing "within spitting distance" of the state line.
5/25/1896 --152.72A-- S 1/2NE & N1/2SW -S9-T7-R 21W Dardenelle LO
6/11/1897 -- 160A S 1/2SE, NWSE & NESW - S28-T13N-R15W Harrison LO
(Jehu) 10/20/1884 -- 160A-- S17 &20-T18N-R16W Harrison LO
(Geo.W) 5/26/1892 -- 160A-- S12 T20N R11W Harrison LO &
4/10/1907 -- 160A-- S32 T13N R24W Harrison LO
(Jesse Adams) 5/4/1894 -- 80A NENE & SENE S33-T19N-R11W Harrison LO
..Aunt Elsie (Patterson/Harper) wrote: "I remember Mother, Aunt Amanda and others talk about him going to and from Texas in a covered wagon. 
PATTERSON Daniel Pitchford (I639)
194 [Patterson.ged]

!..two sons <5 on 1830C; assume ages in order listed on 1889 prop.distr.
..James PATTERSON & James YORK were 1st Macon Co JPs < county formed in 1842. 
PATTERSON James (I099)
195 [Patterson.ged]

!..Uncle Tom resided with his sister Tora (my grandmother) for several years before he died. To my knowledge he had never married. As I remember him he was quiet and good natured; never too bored to listen to my chatter as we would sit on Grandma's front porch. Dad always said he was much less good natured when young pranksters Roy & Virgil Adams set mouse traps in the feed sacks. Uncle Tom would smile and say "Its a wonder you boys ever did grow up."
..There was another Thomas Patterson born about the same time and buried at Poyner Cemetery along with Uncle Tom's brother DP "Jr" & family. Not sure where Thomas E (10/19/1866-Mar 1906), husband of Arvil A. fits into the family. 
PATTERSON Thomas Joshua (I406)
196 [Patterson.ged]

!..under age 10 on 1820C & 10-15 on 1830C 
WOOD (I163)
197 [Patterson.ged]

!..Vertie was born exactly two weeks before Elsie PATTERSON; in a letter to
Aunt Elsie, she provided information she recalled about the various PATTERSON & related lines.
..Vertie married George W. PATTERSON in Ripley County. George was a son of Benjamin F. & Mary J. (SMITH) PATTERSON so their children were "double
Pattersons". George was born in Quincy, IL and so far as is known he &
Vertie were from different Patterson branches. 
PATTERSON Vertie (I232)
198 [Patterson.ged]

!..We had moved away from Doniphan and the first time I saw Duane he was perhaps 3 years old. I recall that when we arrived he had a tricycle turned over and was spinning one of the rear wheels. After playing a while with my brother and Dwight I went over and said "hi" to him and was startled when he began crying and ran to Aunt Nila. A few years later they visited us in St.Louis and we all later teased Duane a lot about that visit. He didn't want to eat what the rest of us were having for breakfast and he kept saying "I want some strawberry sodie". The more Nila and Mom tried to get him to take some milk and cereal, the louder he got and his "I WANT SOME STRAWBERRY SODIE NOW, I DO!" finally got results but he never lived it down. As a young child he was as introverted as Dwight was extroverted. However, as he grew the whine was replaced by a very personable and thoughtful guy -- playing in the band, a good tight end on the high school football team, the lead singer on a gospel quartet broadcasting weekly over KSIM during his high school years. During childhood he lost the vision in one eye from an accident, yet was able to register 20/20 to get into the Navy by memorizing the chart -- "I thought they had me when they said to read it backwards". Later he became a "disk jockey" for KSIM and his pleasant voice was well known throughout the bootheel area. He married a lovely young lady and they were happily raising their family when tragedy struck in the form of leukemia. Duane died at much too young an age and was loved and deeply missed by all who knew him.  
WILLIAMS Rex Duane (I272)
199 [Patterson.ged]

!..went to Okla per Aunt Elsie; heard nothing from him in over 20 years.
..2 daughters per W.R. HUTCHERSON. 
HUTCHERSON George P. (I179)
200 [Patterson.ged]

!..Wilma Mae Patterson (11/26/1924-12/20/1979; d/o Arthur & Jessie Blackwell; wife of Gilbert Patterson) "parked" here 
PATTERSON Gilbert (I479)

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