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201 [Patterson.ged]

!.Clarence never married (information from Jack Patterson; also mentioned by Elsie HARPER) 
PATTERSON Clarence (I188)
 
202 [Patterson.ged]

!.In June 1977 Aunt Elsie (Patterson/Harper) wrote "Edith lives in Peru, Ind. She married Joe TOWNSEND" 
PATTERSON Edith (I189)
 
203 [Patterson.ged]

"..Resided West Point, Miss in 1968 when brother Gerald died 
ELLIOTT Larry Joe (I042)
 
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ADAMS John William (I274)
 
205 [Patterson.ged]

..(In memoriam, Ripley Co, Heritage 11-4)
Phoebe A Braschler, 74, of Fairdealing, died Monday, Jan 13, 2003, at the Ripley County Memorial Hospital. Mrs Braschler was born Mar 16, 1928, in Columbia, MO. She was a charter member of local Friends of the Library, charter member and officer of the Museum Gift Shop, charter member and librarian of the Ripley County Historical Society, member of the Boone County Historical Society at Columbia, was recently involved in publishing the Ripley County History and member of First Baptist Church of Poplar Bluff. She was active for 15 years as secretary of the pastor's Sunday School Class.
On Mar 26, 1949, she married Gene Braschler in Boonville. He survives. Other survivors include
one son, David Braschler of Hoschton, GA
five daughters, Elizabeth B. Abrams of Norcross, GA
Ellen Eve of Cumming, GA
Laura Nash of Lilburn, GA
Lisa Braschler of Columbia, MO and
Julie Foltz of Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass
one sister, Martha Kinman of Maryville, MO
two brothers, James David Allen of Columbia, MO and
John Paul Allen of Fulton, MO
and 12 grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents J David & Paullin Chapel Allen and one brother, Clarence E. Allen. 
ALLEN Phoebe A. (I356)
 
206 [Patterson.ged]

..Aunt Frona married Rex Gibson on 12/18/1815 when she was 22 years old. Rex was killed by lightning on 8/8/1919 while J.R. was less than two years old. I was told that a storm came up while he was out working either on horseback or plowing behind a horse. A rain came up and he sought shelter under a tree. Lightning struck the tree killing both the horse and him. When they found him, his dog wouldn't let them touch him until he was restrained. A couple years later, on 5/16/1921 she married B. Weaver Braschler. There were two Weaver Braschler's in Ripley County and some say the "B" designated "Big Weaver" as he was a quite sturdy man. Weaver was very much an outdoorsman and loved fishing.
Her father died before she was born so like her own oldest child Aunt Frona had been raised by a stepfather -- John Adams, my grandfather, The girls chopped or picked cotton right along with their brothers and were very hard working both inside and outside. When we would visit Doniphan as I was growing up, Aunt Frona would see us at church and invariably invited Ron and me to "come go home with us" for dinner. We would then excitedly run to tell Mom that we were going home with "Aunt Fronie". On at least one or two occasions I later learned, Aunt Frana had to do some quick changing in dinner plans because they were supposed to join someone else for Sunday dinner and her good hearted invitation had been a courtesy without expecting we would take her up on it. But she never gave us a hint -- always a very good cook and hospitable host. They had guinney hens who liked to hide their nests and a favorite passtime was to find where their eggs and proudly present them to Aunt Frana. Usually I found a lot more chiggers than eggs. I still recall Aunt Frana coming into our bedroom carrying a lamp to put something on the chigger bites that were causing me to thrash aroung in my sleep. She was a very thoughtful person.
..obituary in Prospect News, Doniphan--Frona Braschler, 79, a resident of Route 3, died Monday (7/3/1972) in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Tenn, following an illness of two years. She had been making her home with a daughter in Memphis in recent months.
Born in Ripley County on March 23, 1893, she had spent most of her life in Ripley County. She married Weaver Braschler on May 16, 1921 in Doniphan. He died January 14, 1961. Mrs. Braschler was a member of the Church of God. She leaves two daughters
Mrs. Ruth Janke, Jump River, Wisc and
Mrs. Naomi Studt, Memphis, Tenn ; two sons
Jack Gibson, East Carondelet, Ill and
Eugene Braschler, Decatur, GA
three sisters
Mrs. Elsie Harper, Springfield, Va,
Mrs Nova Montgomery, Poplar Bluff and
Mrs Nila Williams of Dexter
Also surviving are three brothers
Oscar Adams, Doniphan
Virgil Adams, Dexter and
Avon Adams, St. Louis
12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren
The Rev. Eugene Ramsey will conduct funeral services Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Doniphan Church of God. Interment will be in the Pratt Cemetery with Edwards Funeral Home in charge. 
PATTERSON Frona (I270)
 
207 [Patterson.ged]

..Birth yr/place from census; Joseph & his brother Bob went to TX together during the 1890s. 
PATTERSON Joseph Shelby (I407)
 
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GIBSON "Jack" Rex (I265)
 
209 [Patterson.ged]

..In March 1943 Aunt Elsie donated a pound of coffee to the first War Bond Auction of Ripley County. It was sold to P.J. Burford for $1000. And you think coffee is expensive today!! 
PATTERSON Elsie (Alcy) (I259)
 
210 [Patterson.ged]

..There are several related George Patterson's--I'm uncertain which one the following refers 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 (I508)
 
211 [Patterson.ged]

..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 (I135)
 
212 [Patterson.ged]

..There is a strong family tradition that Daniel Pitchford Patterson was named after his maternal grandfather but Daniel Sr's will did not mention a daughter named Mary nor any daughter having married a Patterson. The 1850C would place Mary's birth year as.1797/8 which is the same as Sarah's. Sarah IS mentioned on the will and is NOT the same person as Mary. Circumstantual evidence for placing her here in addition to the family tradition is close geographic proximity along KY/TN line, Daniel Jr's migration to MO w/likely marriage in Ripley Co and gap in ages between documentable children suggesting there may have been others not mentioned on the will. 
PITCHFORD Mary (I440)
 
213 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HARPER Gwendolyn Frances (I005)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MONTGOMERY Larry Paul (I278)
 
215 [Patterson.ged]

address: HC1 Box 801, Fairdealing, MO 63939 
BRASCHLER Eugene (I261)
 
216 [Patterson.ged]

Aunt Elsie (Patterson/Harper) wrote to Eugene B "The JT must be Bug nickname; all I know he married Ina Maxey sister to Sarah Maxey that lived with mother. Ina taught school somewhere" 
PATTERSON James F. "Bug" (I505)
 
217 [Patterson.ged]

I began modifying to merge Tora Adams' version of her first marriage with BJs
conclusions but stopped midway. Note RIN #48 will need to be deleted & #481
substituted (with 2 marriages) if later is correct. Still seems to be some
problem with dates/birthplaces of first two children to resolve before being
confident that 1854 marriage to Martha in Ripley County matches. I didn't find
the documentation of "all three marriages" /@/ Doniphan when I searched???
..Aunt Elsie (Patterson/Harper) wrote "Dad's mother was Jane so I guess father was William, Billy for short" 
GATEWOOD Martha (I504)
 
218 [Patterson.ged]

In June 1977 Aunt Elsie (Patterson/Harper) wrote "Maude is in a retirement home in Doniphan" 
RYAN Maude (I185)
 
219 [Patterson.ged]

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 Jehru (I507)
 

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