Not my family line, just sharing.
The following Biographical sketch was copied from the book "HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI, INDIANA. Historical and Biographical. Illustrated. Chicago; F.A. Battey & Co., Publishers. 1883.
page 662, City of Winamac, Pulaski County, Indiana.
"H. E. PATTISON, M. D., was born in Mount Vernon, Ohio February 4, 1843. His parents, DAVID and OLIVE (MITCHELL) PATTISON, were natives respectively of New York and Massachusetts, were of Scotch - English descent, and the parents of four children, of whom a son and daughter are yet living. DAVID PATTISON, a farmer, is now residing with his second wife, in Knox County, Ohio, his first wife, the mother of our subject, having died in August, 1881. Dr. PATTISON was reared on his father's farm, received a good school and academic education, and in 1860 began the study of medicine at Mount Vernon in the office of Dr. WILLIAM HAYES. While yet a student, he enlisted in the summer of 1862, in Company F, One Hundred and Twenty-first Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and immediately went to the front, assigned to the Army of the Cumberland, first under BUELL, and afterward under ROSENCRANS. He fought as a private in the battles of Perryville and Stone River, and in several skirmishes, and in the summer of 1863 was transferred to the medical department. In 1864, he was made Assistant Surgeon, and put in charge of a field hospital; in September, 1864, his term of enlistment expired; the winter of the same year he attended medical lectures at Ann Arbor; the following winter he attended the medical department of Wooster University at Cleveland, graduating in March 1866. The following two years, he practiced his profession at Mount Liberty, Ohio, and the next two at Hopedale. In 1870, he came to Star City, Pulaski County, Indiana, where he practiced until 1875, and then came to Winamac, where he has ever since been engaged in active practice. The Doctor is a Republican, a Freemason and an Odd Fellow. In 1867, he married Miss COLUMBIA HAYES, daughter of his preceptor, and to this marriage have been born three children - HARRY H., FRANK H. (deceased), and WILLIAM D."