You will find here extracted Patton records from many Tennessee counties.After a few general references I give the data by county, starting alphabetically.Some of this data was obtained at the Tenn State Library and Archives and may not be too readily available.This is a 100 kb file, and was originally posted online at my Patton site.I need the room for other data so am posting it here for posterity.Of course errors and omissions should be pointed out.
Tennessee Wills and Administrations (B Sistler's index- by COUNTY)
David M Patton 1853 intest 1-254
Jane H 1841 A: 96
William 1850 A: 162
Matthew 1808 11 583
Wm 1859 as c-561
Thos 1854 int h 66 [b 1794]
Robert 1832 a 222,225
Wm M 1852 e 28
Robert 1805 1 191 (inv) [have abstract of inv]
Robert 1835 3 414
Robert 1813 A 40 [have this- Sandra's line]
Francis A 1846 wb # 5 [wf Amanda; have abstr]
F A 1857 wb #27 ?
John A 1856 16 326
Thos 1832 8- 9
David 1844 d 123*NEED
Jos C 1856 rb 18-192
Samuel 1839 rb 10-269need!
Matthew 1808 rb 2-62
Sumner Co Tenn
Robert 1805 intesthave abst
Thomas 1819 1-292have abstr
William 1827 intest
Robert 1830 intest have abst
Elizab 1850 intest
John 1859 intest
John, Mary1846 #153
John 1849 #163
Jas G 1850 #174
Saml P 1854
1-150 James 1807(inventory)
1-203 John 1809 (inventory)
3-31 John 1819
3-108 James 1819
5-199 James 1832(will- have abstr)
5-221 James 1833
5-395 Robert 1834
8-203 Robert 1844
8-448 Wm 1846
8-607 Wm 1847
9-38 Thos W 1848
11-306 Andrew 1854
10-205 Sarah 1852
10-256 Sarah 1852
11-580 Tristram 1855
abstracts of estates thru 1818 publ by L Lynch. Pattons are named in other estates of course.Need all later estates.Cannon Co Tenn marriages
David (72) Mary Hale (70) 3-13-1860 (ages in 1860 census)
David M [Eliz] Jane McGill 7-20-1848 1850 Cannon Co
John Polly Wimberley 10-17-1847 1850 Cannon Co
Robert H Frances M Lowe 11-21-1844 1850 Cannon Co
Caroline M Asa Spangler 7-16-1843
Elizabeth David G Brandon 11-19-1844 1850 Cannon Co
Harriett John Gordon 10-28-1847
Katharine James Bradford 2-20-1839
Margaret James McElroy 12-5-1865
Margaret F James Lamberth 7-31-1838
Mary Jones Watson 9-26-1838
Mary Ann John Jas McElroy 3-2-1846 1850 Cannon Co
Mary S James H Reed 9-1-1867
Mattie J B A King 7-16-1873
Nancy Eleanor Thomas W Horn 12-20-1848 (no return)
Tempa Samuel Templeton 3-16-1852
CARROLL CO TENN MARRIAGES [1838-1859] from marriage book "A" in co clerk's office.No original bonds found (Carroll Co Gen Soc, printed vol in TSLA)
A H Patton M H Patton (female) 27 Nov 1845 by AE Cooper
Isabell S A Patton Samuel M Crabtree 6 Dec 1843
Mellissa Patton Andrew J Haynes 26 Jan 1852
Louisa Patton Francis Glover 7 May 1854(no return)
Pairlee Patton Washington c Enochs 9 Oct 1856
Mary J Patton J R Campbell 9 Jan 1858
T P Patton David Bradley 10 June 1859
above checked 5-1997 at TSLACARROLL CO TENN Will book A: 96
Will of Jane H Patton
To dau Helen Mar Patton and son James M Patton, all my personal property and all my claims to 64 ac of land whare Theophilus Ham now lives my legacy to the amount of sixty dollars for which my dear husband Thomas Patton destroyed a deed made to him by my father William McClure for 50 acres of land where Theophius Ham now lives I resign the above property to the disposal of my executors, first to give my dau Helen Mar Patton schooling so far as to read & write well and my son James M Patton to write & arithmetic as far as they may think proper...
... executors and attorneys to settle with Hamton Ridly a Administrator of Thomas Patton Dec'd and the money that he has in his hands laid of for my years provision I want my children to have equally divided between them and my Brother John McClure to attend to all my business...
14 Oct 1841 Jane H (x)Patton
CARROLL CO TENN Will book A: 162
William Patton of Carroll Co.
To dau Lyda (sic) money and notes receivable
to son Abraham H my tract of land on which I now live as long as he supports myself and wife Margaret
I have heretofore given to sons James H., William & Newton and dau Margaret Bunes?? and her husband John Burnes?, Louisa Younger and her husband William Younger, Jane C Moore and her husb George Moore all the property I intend giving them ...
Thomas Gray appointed exec.
21 March 1850
Davidson Co Tenn marriages
PATTON, Albert Tabitha Gower 1-22-1848
Andrew Catherine Hullett 1-5-1855
Calvin (1820) Mary Bloodworth 8-26-1841 1850 Davidson
Daniel Frances Montgomery 1-19-1843he d by 1850
Isaac (1777) Phoebe Thomas 10-5-1801
James Sally Tenneson 3-11-1831
James W Harriett C Alley 12-17-1857
John Catherine Holder 7-21-1842
John Sarah Seaton 9-14-1852
Mathew Polly Work 5-26-1817 [will, 1839]
Samuel [Boyd] Sallie Stephenson 1-31-1809 to Ala ca 1816
Thomas Susan Norris 4-23-1827
Thomas H Narcissa Scruggs 4-1-1845 1850?
Thomas T Caroline M Hawkins 2-1-1848 1850?
William Margaret Wright 1-24-1804
William Patsy Mark 3-31-1814
Yandell S Frances Moore 4-26-1843
PATTON, Anna Benjamin Wilkes12-28-1848
Amanda John W Hutton 3-7-1848
Elizabeth Champness Hughes 9-16-1819
Elizabeth Alexdr Satterfield 6-30-1844
Martha I D Galbreath 9-27-1848
Martha Abraham Walker 3-31-1798
Mary Hudson Dudley 2-24-1848
Mary A Jas R Ferguson 2-12-1850
Nancy Lawrence Bass 10-15-1803 d/o John
Paralee Wm Stephens 11-22-1860
Polly John Cunningham 3-15-1800 d/o John
Polly Wm Mc Gough 7-3-1799
Polly James Taylor 10-26-1814
Rebecca Wm Fitzgerald 5-6-1815
Rebecca J Elias Kingsley 8-27-1851
Sally James Walker 12-8-1803
Sarah Wm Waldron 3-15-1832
Carter Co Tenn marriages from Sistler, B.
PATTON, D M Joanah L Hyder 17 June 1860
Joshua M Julia Phillips 2 June 1859
Samuel A Elizab E Martin 7 April 1845
Samuel E Temperance Morgan 29 Aug 1830
Thomas Y Mary Jane Phillips 24 Oct 1861
Alice E John Young 26 Dec 1860
Elizabeth Robert Gourley 21 Jan 1807
Jane John Gorley 26 Oct 1819
Joanna John Williams 29 Dec 1800
Lavinia Nathan Peoples 17 June 1807
GIBSON CO TENN
(550) Goodspeed’s “Hist of Tennessee . . . with biogr. Sketches of Gibson, Dyer, Weakley, and Lake Counties . . .”orig pub 1887.
Newton C Patton of Trenton Tenn was born in Bedford Co. TN on 27 May 1820, son of William and Margaret Patton, natives of South Carolina.He married in 1848 Martha C. Yancy, daughter of Charles and Martha A. Yancy.Their children:
Susan, James L., Frances M., William, Thomas N., Samuel C., Alice, Mattie, Joe B., and Minnie Patton.
Members of Cumberland Presbyterian Church, a democrat and of Irish descent.Thomas, son of Newton C. Patton, married Emma Mitchell on 16th Jan. 1886.
[The above abstract appeared on p. 416 of the Patton Exchange Letter- more details may be given in the original biographical sketch.Newton C(ampbell) appears in the 1850 census in Fayette Co TN; his apparent brother William, aged 35, was living with him.Newton’s father, William, was born on 3 Dec 1770, and married Margaret WRIGHT on 24 Jan 1804 in Davidson Co TN.Wm left a will probated in Carroll Co TN.Margaret died in 1859 in Gibson Co.]
Court Minutes, 1824-1828.WPA abstracts, partly indexed 26 651 items 1,2
Court minutes, original, Vol A, 1824-32, indexed 1 007 428
Court minutes, original, Vol B, 1832-44, indexed 1 007 429
Walker, Emily B “Gibson Co Newspaper Extracts” vol 1 (1837-1861)fiche 6 049 008
1824-32 lists- Emily Walker transcription 976.823 R4wno film
there MIGHT be other early lists at courthouse- none on film at LDS!
Grainger Co Tenn Marriagesfrom Sistler
Elihu Patten Elizabeth Jane Miles 7 March 1854
Francis A Patton Amanda A Taylor 28 July 1841
James Patten Lucretia Bridgewater 27 Dec 1857
William Patten Mary Jane Davis 9 Sept 1852 [bond 16 Aug]
Sarah A Patton Isaac Shipley 6 Nov 1860
Sarah Ann Patton John Francis 19 Oct 1852 [bond 17 Oct]
JEFFERSON CO TENN. references
court minutes 1792-1818 LDS # 968 303
same 1813-1831968 304
Re: Joseph and Ursula Patton of Ray Co Mo.Genforum PATTON site-msg 2620of 3752
Posted by: Richard EdwardsDate: January 18, 2001
In Reply to: Re: Joseph and Ursula Patton of Ray Co Mo. by David Agricola
The following is from the tax receipt book which is in the records vault in the courthouse in Jefferson Co Tn. I don't know if these records have been published. I made copies of the pages with these records.
The record starts in 1822.
pg 19 1822
Robert Patton 149 acres (then assessed taxes)
Thomas Patton 292a
A C Patton -
Robert Patton -
Thomas Patton 324a
Robert Patton -
Thomas above is Robert's, (m Welmet) brother. He moved his family to Jackson Co Mo about 1830. A C is Thomas’ oldest son Anderson C Patton who died in Buchanan Co Mo in Dec 1852. Robert-----I think this must be the Robert you referred to (Robert Jr)Helen Patton's manuscript refers to him as one of Thomas' sons but adds no furthur information.
Robert Patton 149a (deeded land)
65a school land
Robert Patton 149a 65a
TAX LIST CAPT PATTON'S CO 1833
Thomas C Patton -
Robert Patton 149a 65a
1834 (I do not have)
TAX LIST CAPT PATTON'S CO 1835
Patton 149a 65a (no first name)
Patton Thomas C -
Patton Joseph -
Patton Joseph 149a 65a
Robert Patton died in 1835. Thomas C Patton left for Washington Co Ar about 1836
JEFFERSON CO MARR BONDS sent to me by Richd Edwards- from original records
Marriage bond 561
17 July 1804 Robert Patton and W Thornbrough
M B 2343
30 July 1831 Thomas Patton & Susanah Carney
M B 2965
27 Aug 1838 Wm Patton & Rebecca Parker
Thomas C Patton sells land in Washington Co Ar in 1839 to Reuben and James Carney, Susanna's brothers.
pg 14, Helen Patton's packet (755)
"Alfred J Burch, 6860 Nogales Hwy, Tucson Az, (1961) stated that he visited Charles Patton of Falk's Store Idaho in 1905. Charles Patton owned a farm a short distance from Falk's Store. Alfred Burch also stated that Charles Patton came to St. Joseph Missouri, with a carload of horses and sold them at the stockyards, in 1900, and came on to Whitesville, Andrew County Missouri to visit Alfred's parents, Asa and Adeline Burch. Alfred Burch stated that Charles Patton's father was a brother of William Patton. William Patton is Alfred Burch'sgreat grandfather. No records have been found to verify the statement that William with wife Rebecca Parker is a brother of Thomas Cunningham Patton. Thomas Cunningham Patton being the father of Charles Patton mentioned by Alfred Burch."
I submit that the tax records, marriage record in Jefferson Co Tn, and land sale in Washington Co Ar to Carneys is, with the above quoted family recollection, sufficient proof of Thomas Cunningham Patton being the son of Robert Patton [and Wellmet Thornbrough]. [Thos Cunningham P md Susannah Carney]
As to the other questions, the manuscript has no title, it was loose papers handed out to the attendees of the 196x reunion.
I'm not sure which William you mean, if the one in Whitesville, he was a brother. Seems like there was another in the early 179x records of Jefferson Co Tn, he might be a brother of Robert and Thomas, there is an Israel Patton on the 1822 Tax list with whom Robert has a land transaction in the late 182x. His
descendants have tried without success to find proof of his connection as a son or nephew of Robert.
I agree with you about the other Robert, 1804. Seems to be of another line.
If you want me to copy this packet for you, e-mail me seperately with your address.
Glad to connect with your line.
JEFFERSON CO TENN DEEDS c/o Fay Hoodock
Nov 1788.NC Grant, 300 ac Sinking Fork Lick Creek, north side of Nolichucky ... (page cut off) (from a book)
Nov 1790. NC Grant, Sinking Fork, Long Creek to George EDGAR. (From a book)
13 Feb 1791-9 Sept 1792.Grant # 838.To John Fenton, 120 and 100 ac in Co of Green, on Long Creek, waters of Chucky, adj Christopher Moyers and Samuel Patton.(Moyers was from Culpeper Co Va]
Sept 1792. Amos Balch to [his bro-in-law] Samuel Patton, 400 acres for 120 pounds on Long Creek, waters of French Broad.Also 200 acres, same place.
Oct. 1794. John Patterson of Knox Co. to Wm Boyd, 200 ac for 40 pounds, on a branch of Long Cr adj. Joseph Lign (Lyon?), Robert Patton.[who m Mary Snoddy]
Jan 1793.Nathaniel Evans to John Baker, 100 ac on Long Creek granted by .. Patten to Evans.Survey 1785.Wit- Thos Snoddy, Michael Baker.
Aug 1796.[D:240] Wm Ligget to Robert Patton, 120 ac for 100 pounds, on Head of Tuckahoe Creek, adj. Barney Mitchel,Test- John Philips, Moses Yell, James White.
2 Dec 1797.NC grant # 1439 to John Maxwell- 100 ac north side Long Creek.Chain carriers- Henry Rowan, Robert Patton.Surv. 1795.Signed, Jas Glasgow, secy.
1795.[mention of Big Spring and Indian Camp on headwaters of Tuckahoe Creek adj to Thomas Patten.
1795 .Abraham Swaggerty of Knox Co to John Chester of Sullivan Co, 100 ac adj --- Patton on Tuckahoe Creek.
1795. Spencer Wilson to Jas Thompson, 98 ac no side Dumpling Cr, adj Jas Taylor, part of 200 ac which Wilson purch from Jas Seaton.Wit- John Chambers, Lucy Patten.??
Jefferson Co deed Books Q- R (LDS reel - 068 321) checked by DVA March 1999
Q:36 Date 14 Sept 1813- Samuel Patton of Bedford Co Tenn sells to Edward Humpton of Jefferson Co TN, sum $1,000- 175 acres, part of a 400 acre tract granted by the State of North Carolina to Amos Balch, and sold by him [in 1792- see above] to said Samuel Patton, on waters of Mossy Long Creek, adjacent to Jos Rickey’s field, corner to ___ Oden.Registered 1820 court.
R 379 15 Sept 1829. Thomas PATTON to Catherine PATON, sold a slave....
S:135 5 April 1831 (recorded June 1831).Thomas PATTON of Jefferson Co to William Mahoney, consideration $150, 25 acres, including half of a rock spring, on NE corner of Lost Creek in Jeff. Co.Beginning at a stake Isaac Hammer’s land, now Geo Tabler;s corner near the mill race of Elisha Hammer’s mill, running east on Tabler’s line 76 ½ poles to a stake on Barachiah? Macy’s (now Thos Titsworth’s) line, then south down to the mill pond ....... (film 968 322)
S 136 (same parties) for $50?, 154 acres, excluding 15 ½ previously sold to William Morgan, beginning at John Swain’s corner, William MILLS’ corner, ..... ...... (net 138 acres)
S 137 16 June 1831, (same parties) for $900, 163 acres, excluding 3 acres previously sold to Elisha Hammer, on the NE corner of a tract on Lost Creek. [This proves Thomas Patton owned land near the Mills family on Lost Creek, an early Quaker settlement.Israel Patton married Hannah Mills here in 1822. What are the links?]
S:226 30th ____ 1830 (month omitted in original), recorded 1832.(Scribe reversed grantor and grantee!)John M PATTON to Andrew Blackburn, for $20, small tract adj Blackburn’s land, leading to the junction of Nolachucky and French Broad Rivers.
S:513 7 Aug 1829, rec 20 Mar 1833, Thos PATTON to Elisha Hammer, 3 ac Lost Creek.
T:215 23 Sept 1826, recorded Sept court 1834. Israel PATTON of Jefferson Co to Robert Patton of same, for $128.12 ½, 100 acres on Beaver Creek, corner to John Mowery. (Deed does not say where Israel obtained said land.This might be of interest!)
T:457 14 March 1834, Robert PATTON to Royal Turner, both of Jefferson County, for $50, tract on Blue Spring Creek, adj to Radford Gottin, John Vance and others.Corner John Mowyer’s old corner (see T 215), adj to Jefry [sic] Dean ... containing 75 acres more or less.....
Jefferson Co Tenn marriages from Sistler
Patton, Andrew Nancy Janeway 8 Nov 1829
Patton? John Martha Miller 24 Oct 1820
Robert Wilmate Thornbrough 17 July 1804
Samuel A Martha Peerman 15 Sept 1845
William Emily S Hill 18 Dec 1866
Patton Catherine John Ohowel? (sic) 15 Jan 1820
Isabel George Rowland 6 Apr 1802
Jenny John Roberts 9 Nov 1797
Mary E Jacob Cluck 14 July 1863 [dau of Saml A]
Rachel Wm B Reneau 19 Aug 1856
NOTE- above list missing at least 7 names from original records!! This is not par for the course with B Sistler.
Knox Co Tenn marriages
PATTON, Francis A Rosanna Bell 30 July 1833[s/o Jacob
James C Issabella Patton 24 July 1810 [s/o Jacob, d/o Robt]
James H Margaret A McSpadden 7 Nov. 1854 [
Thomas Martha Blackley 14 Apr 1803 [
William Jane Cunningham 12 June 1823 [s/o Robt]
Anne Thomas Rodgers 3 Apr 1815 [d/o Robt]
Rebecka John Rodgers 23 Dec 1819 [d/o Robert
Monroe Co Tenn marriages, from Sistler
Patton, H F M E Clevland 28 Dec 1865
J F Sarah C Furgerson 4 Mar 1869
Wiley Julia Holston 21 Nov 1867 [s/o Wm, Jane in 1850]
William A Eliza Owen 27 Feb 1845 [see 1850 Bledsoe Co]
Amanda Thos L Brickle 3 June 1850
Ann Samuel Wilson 9 Aug 1844
Mary C Wm S Gouldy 17 Apr 1849
Sarah Jane James W McSpadden 4 Apr 1839
Posted by: Deb DixonDate: May 17, 1999 at 18:29:01
In Reply to: info on joseph patton by george s patton of 3762
This Joseph Patton died in Morgan County, TN, April 27, 1849. My g,g, grandmother was Minerva Patton, daughter of Thomas Tipton Patton who was a son of this Joseph Patton. Would like to share and correspond with other researchers of this line.
MORGAN COUNTY TENNESSEE
County Court Clerk Minutes
May 1848 - Oct. 1861
April Term 1850
JOSIAH PATTON late of said county a Rev. war pensioner is dead, he died 4-27-1849 and that his wife ELIZABETH PATTON of the same place died 1-25-1850. They were both due a remainder of a pension and neither of them having made disposition by will otherwise the court will appoint a special Adm. Of the estate of said decedents.
Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, Volume III
"JOSEPH PATTEN, NC line S3632, soldier lived in Rowan County, NC at enlistment
and he referred to Uncle (father's brother) ROBERT PATTEN who was fixing cannon
cartridges for the Revolutionary Army, soldier was born in PA and was just
barely old enough to remmber moving to Rowan County, NC, where he lived until
some 2 years after the Revolution, then he moved to Madison County, KY for a few
years then moved to Montgomery County, KY for 17 years, then to Cumberland
County, KY for 16 years, then to Overton County, TN for 8 or 9 years, then to
Morgan County, TN where he applied October 15, 1832."
"Early Middle Tenn marriages"
PATTEN, Benjamin S Adeline Dudley 10-6-1864 Smith Co
George W C Mary F Jones 10-23-1866 Maury
J A M C Roberts 11-9-1865 Cannon
James Nancy Irvin 12-16-1862 Rutherf
John Eliz Reddin 1- 4-1849 Dickson
Milton Martha Jones 10-12-1859 Dickson
Sebastian Elizab Peyton 9-22-1830 Maury
Sebastian was born in SC, prob son of John Patton (d 1818)
Alexander E Elizabeth Farriss 13 Oct 1853(no return)
Andrew J Elizabeth Kerr 11 March 1841 [
Archibald Jane C M Longley 21 Dec 1827
George W C Mary F Jones 23 Oct 1866
Isaac Ann H Byers 29 Nov 1827
JJ CE Noles 19 Feb 1849
James Elizabeth Byrum 5 Jan 1860
Pittelo C Mary D Whitaker 5 Aug 1830
Sebastian Elizabeth Peyton 22 Sept 1830 [b SC, prob son of
Thomas B Almed Kish 29 Oct 1857
Thomas K Mary E Payne 28 Apr 1859
William H Jane Isom 23 Aug 1821
Alice A William H Wheeler 29 Nov 1852
Eliza John B Gregory 27 Dec 1827
Hannah John Strahan 9 Nov 1814
Jane John Moore 18 Dec 1832
Martha E John Blackwell 14 Sept 1865
Mary C James W Pugh 30 Oct 1866
Mary Ella Poindexter Dunn 14 June 1855
Sarah O Geo W Noles 12 Dec 1857 no return
Susan E William Whitaker 14 Jan 1841
Roane Co Tenn marriages from Sistler
David Betsey Purris 1-24-1809 b 1789 -sec 30.32
J C B Hester A V Haynes 1855 not exec- see also Washington Co!
Wm S Mary H Jones 2-3-1850
Wm W Adelia Martin 10-13-1870
Jane M Thomas Brown 4-10-1834
Mary E John Ellis 10-16-1866
Teresa R Saml H Smith 2-19-1829
Sumner Co Tenn Court Records1787-1805(LDS)
[June 1795. Robert Patton wit deed for sale of land on Sinking Cr., adj Jas Vinson.Deed book 3: 145.NOT in court minutes.]
Jan 1801. Deed, Thos Patton to Robert Patton, 63 acres (Sinking Creek) p 136
[this tract adj to Jas Vinson]
July 1801. Bond, David Allen, constable for Capt Snoddy's Dist.Secur- Jas Vinson, Robert Patton.
April 1802. Jury- Robt P., Jas Vinson et al.
July 1802. Jury- Robert Patton, David Orman, John Hamilton etc
Oct 1802- Robert Patton, jury duty.p 168
March 1804. Deed of gift, Robert Patton to William Patton, mare and two yr old colt.also- David Allen appt constable in Capt Boyer's dist. Bond Robert Patton.
June 1804.Robert Patton apptd. overseer of road from Gallatin to Brown's Ferry to Capt (Jas) Vinson's.p 204
Dec 1804. Mary Benthall vs Robert Patton, trespass assault and battery (see copy)
Guilty, but fined only 12 1/2 cents, suggesting the jury felt this did not amount to much more than a domestic argument?p 216 of book.
March 1805. Jesse Deloach apptd constable in Capt Wall's militia dist in place of David Allen (see above) who resigned.Bond security- R Deloach, Robt P.
June 1805. Robert Patton vs David Allen, appeal.Pltf. drops case.
COMMENT- the above records refer to a Robert Patton of age in 1795, hence born by 1774, and all would appear to refer to the same man, who was resident on Sinking Creek, just about 2-3 miles so of Gallatin, so it would be convenient for him to get into town often for court.
The first record associating a Robert Patton with Madison Creek is 1807 when this (different) man purchased 219 ac on Madison Creek.
about 50 entries- many surely refer to militia duties, etc.Not copied yet.
one entry, p 197- deed of gift, 1804, see above.(He was probably an infant at the time!)
SUMNER CO TENN county court1813 (month not on envelope)
case # 12507 (from original record) VINSON, James vs PATTON, Robert.
"Know all men by these presents that we Robert Patton & William Am--l?? are held & firmly bound with James Vinson in the ... sum of Two hundred dollars to be paid to the said James Vinson his heirs & c to which payment will ..ly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs &c jointly severally by these presents .. Wit our seals and dated this 12th day of Apil (sic) 1813.
The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bounden Robert Patton hath obtained an appeal from ... M. Alex=ander Esqr. heretofore rendered in favour of James Vinson for fifty dollars besides costs Now if the said Robert Patton doth well & truly prosecute his said appeal with effect or in case he fail on said appeal he assigns for w.... of form or sufficient substance then he will well and truly satisfy & pay all such costs & damages then the above obligation to be void otherwise remains in full force & ....ure
Signed ROBERT PATTON (actual signature)
William (name cut off)
----in same envelope:
State of Tenn, Co of Sumner. To any Lawfull Officer to Cease & arest Dunken Patton and him have before some justice of the Peace for said county to answer the complaint of James Vinson on a plea of debt under a Waran fail not Given under my hand and seal this 25 day of March 1813. M Alexander Esq.
As Robert Patton was security for Dunken Patton and Dunken Patton has not appeared and Judgement goes against Duncan Patton (interlined), Robert Patton for fifty dlooars debt, 50 Cents costs Given under my hand and seal this 27 day of March 1813.The Defendant appeals to Court and Gives William McCall? security.Signed Robert Patton, William ?SUMNER CO TENN deeds
1:96.10 Jan 1794, between Henry Vinson of 1st part and Thomas Patton of second part, both of Sumner Co. terr South of the Ohio, for $376.Tract on Sinking Creekorig granted to Jas Clindinning by Letters Patent date 1786.213 acres BEGINNING at a sugar tree and hornbeam on bank of creek, thence South 158 poles to a hick; west 164 poles to bl oak; n 227 poles to dogwood, east 22 to wh oak, then down meanders to beg.Wit John Wilson, George Hamilton
2:4347 Oct 1799, between Reuben Cage, Sheriff of Sumner, and Thomas Patton, second part.According to writ in suit of Thomas Patton vs Thomas White. recovered judgment..403 acres, to satisfy a claim... (location not copied)
3:89.12 Dec 1800. Between Thomas Patton of Sumner and Robert Patton of same, $100, tract on Sinking Creek, beg at an ash and sugar tree, thence west with John Wilson's line 146 p to a honey locust, then so 27 to stake, then west 45, then so to Jas Vinson's lineetccont 63 acres; 50 of sd land was granted to Henry Houdeshall, conveyed to TP 17 Apr 1789; other 13 granted to Jas Clendenning 1786, conv to Henry Vinson 1791, conv to TP Jan 1794.
4:204.(Badly faded) Sept 1808.Joel Childers to Robert Patton, beg at SE corner ..., north 100 and ... to Williamsons and Perrys.. est 200 and ... to sugar treaa nd dogwood, thence (2)55 to an elm, to beginning, cont. 219 acres; no watercourse mentioned.(Madison's Creek per tax lists)
David Patton (son of Robert Sr)
[This is surely Robert Jr, son of Robert (will 1806)]
4:210.9 June 1807. Bet John Given and Robert Patton, both of Sumner Co.
$235.tract on Madison Creek, adj ... Shelby, Robt Williamson.
15: 286.5 Feb 1836 betw. Casandra White, Mark White, Henry A Brinkley, Anderson Sears, Alley Sears, Elizabeth PATTON, Kenelm H White, all of Co of Sumner, Tenn of one part, and Josiah Dorris of the second part; sold tract of land in Sumner (metes omitted here, no watercourse mentioned) containing 83 acres.
[It looks as if the first party were heirs of a WHITE]
4:302.1 June 1808. Between Mathew Brown and Robert Patton, both of Sumner... $325.tract on North side of Cumberland River BEGINNING at a sycamore on the bank of the river north 250 p to wo, then n 72 (deg) west 45 poles, ...adj Lynn Harper...wit Chr Fulcher, William Patton
4:434.5 Nov 1809, betw Robert Patton of Sumner and Isaac Gregory of same.$350.Land on Sinking Creek, beg at an ash and sugar tree, thence west w/ John Wilson's line (see 3: 89)cont 63 acres...no witnesses recorded
5:48.13 March 1810.Robert Patton of Sumner to William Patton of same... $100... 100 acres , location not copied by Carol.
Sumner Co TN
7:242.1815.Mark Wilson and Wm Wilson, guardians of John Wilson, and James Vinson of 2nd part.land on Sinking Creek adj Robert Patton's land...
13:167."Know all men by these presents that whereas divers difficulties and a law suit had existed between the widow and children of DUNCAN PATTON dec'd. and SAMUEL WATSON & JANE WATSON (late JANE PATTON) of the one part, and SUSANNAH PATTON, widow of ROBERT PATTON, dec'd. and THEOPHILUS M PATTON of the other part in relation to the validity of the will of their ancestor and husband the sd. Robert Patton dec'd.
And whereas the suit has been compromised between sd. parties, and for the further consideration that the parties of the first part have transferred and relinquished to the sd. T. M. Patton all title, claim, and interest in and the whole estate both real and personal of their ancestor the sd. Robert Patton dec'd. & the said Theophilus M Patton does sell and convey unto Joseph Kirkpatrick for the use of the sd. Jane Watson during her life, and for the use of the heirs of her body by Sd. Samuel Watson, a certain tract or parcel of land lately the property of T M Patton beggining on the boundary?.. a part of a tract of 60? acres in the name of Robert Patton afsd. ... dividing line between this tract & that of POLLY PATTON... same, running thence with sd. dividing line south 278 poles to a stake & pointers, thence East 31 poles to a stake in the eastern boundary of a ?? acre tract deeded to T. M. Patton by C Felsker, thence south with sd. lines 10 poles to Coley N. W.. corner, a walnut, red ... thence with Cole's line East 35 1/2 poles to the western boundary of the heirs of WILLIAM PATTON, thence with their line & T. M. Patton's line North 102 poles to a white oak in a field, thence with T M Patton's line NW? 45 poles to a stake, thence with his line north 134 poles to a stake, black oak and white oak, thence west 22 poles to the beginning, containing by estimation 75 acres be the same more or less. To have and to hold to the sd. Joseph Kirkpatrick (Wm McCall crossed out) his heirs tec forever for the purposes of constituting an estate in common ..ing the heirs of sd Jane Watson by her husband Saml Watson at her death hereby warranting the title to sd land & ... to the sd Jos Kirkpatrick his being .. for the use afsd. and to the heirs of the body of sd Jane as afsd at her death against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever..Witness my hand & seal this 28 day of Augt. 1832.T. M Patton."(attested)This deed was not recorded until the Nov. 1841 term of Sumner Co court, at which time a separate deed was executed by T M Patton to Duncan Patton's heirs. See 18: 21 for details..
16:616.22 Oct 1839.Theodrick M Paton (sic) of Wilson Co Tenn to Charles H Gray of Sumner,$1675, tract on North bank of Cumberland River.. adj Jos Kirkpatrick land down river 168 p to rock, west 72 to a stake, s 41 p to stake, no 82 deg w 36 p to stake, s 12 p to stake, w 38 1/2 poles to ...apple tree, n 80 to wh oak n 71 west 45 poles etc... in all167 1/2 acres...
[Clearly adjacent to a tract sold in 1844 by Napolean Patton, see below.Theodorick was brother to William Patton]
19:167.19 Feb 1844, between N. B. Patton of the republic of Texas of first part and Stewart and Frazier of Co of Wilson, Tenn of second part.Wit- in consid of $994, NBP sold the undivided half of that tract in Co of Sumner dist no 5 on Cumberland River beg at an apple tree Charles Gray's NW corner on the road running from Gallatin to Coles Ferry running thence with Patton's and Cole's line South 192 poles to the Cumberland River;
thence up the river with meanderings 316 poles to a rock, C Gray's corner;
thence west with his line 70 poles to a stake his corner;
south with his lineN 88 deg west shinty??three p to a stake his cor
w with his line 12 p to cor
west w his line 38 1/2 p to beginning containing 165 acres with appurtenances...
signed Napolean B Patton.Proved 16 Oct 1844.
SUMNER CO TENN Patton deeds
[Napolean was named son of William Patton (will 1826, probated Aug 1827).William owned 100 acres on the Cumberland River (1821) and left land to sons Napolean and Hiram, not of age in 1826. Apparently William died before his father and then when his father Robert died William's share of the land went to the grandchildren; but Hiram evidently relinquished his share perhaps because he lived in Wilson Co?]Robert's will mentions the FAMILY of William Patton.Robert's will was contested; see deed 13:167 for partial explanation.]
21:174.29 Dec 1848 betw John Patton of Sumner (1st part) and Robert F Patton of Sumner (2nd part), for love and affection... gives a tract in Dist 8 containing abt 40 acres, being the same conveyed by him to me Oct 1846, beginning at a rock on the creek, my original SE corner formerly a white oak 27 poles north of a stake on the creek, west 132 poles to a stake on Connells line; south 67 to a walnut; east with Bakers and Coles line 72 poles to a stake, 4o poles north to walnut, 56 east to beginning...Test Robert Patton Senr.
[John Patton, son of Robt and Marg McCracken.Robert Patton Sr was John's older bro.]
Sumner Co Tenn will book ... (abstract by Edythe Whitley)
Thomas Patton, 1818
Written 3 October 1818, proved August 1819 court.
Wife- Sarah Patton, executrix, a plantation of 100 acres surveyed by Joseph Webb.
1. John Bailey [sic], a younger son, got land
2. William Patton, plantation he lives on, 80 acres
3. Elizabeth Ormand
4. Jane Nowon??
5. Sarah Gregory
6. Lena Bates
7. Lucretia Higison??
8. Lucinda Patton, younger daughter.
My younger son and daughter to live with their mother until they marry; land to John Bailey at his mother's death or marriage.
Exec's- John Hamilton
1. John Bailey was surely a stepson, and we could conclude Thomas married a Sarah who had previously married a Bailey and had son John by him.This indicates that Thos had possibly been married before also.
2. Thomas had four married daughters in 1818, so they were certainly born by around 1800. This means Thomas was married by then, probably mid-1790's or before, and was hence born by 1775, likely earlier.A Thomas Patton (and only one) appears on Sumner tax lists 1788-1795.This could refer to him.If so he was born by around 1767 to be age 21 in 1788.(Or was there a lower minimum age in Tenn??)
3. The Thomas of 1790's tax lists seems to be living close to a Robert Patton, possibly a brother.Need to check deeds.They could be the sons of Andrew Patton (will 1790 Orange Co NC) who left his Cumberland lands to these sons.The Cumberland River forms the southern boundary of Sumner Co so this looks pretty likely.
ROBERT PATTON appears in numerous court records from 1800 to 1810.
Sumner Co. Court minutes 1787-1805 and 1808-1810
p. 132 July 1800 Jury member in case of Ezekiel Douglas v. Anthony Hogin
p. 133 July 1800 State v. Robert Patton. Dfdt pleads guilty. Fined $2 & costs
p.135 July 1800 Jury member in case of state v. Anthony Hogin and Benjamin
p. 136 July 1800 Jury member in case of state v. John Young.
p 137 January 1801: Deed Thomas Patton to Robert Patton 63 acres [Sinking Cr]
p. 140 January 1801 Jury member in case of State v. Mathew Anderson
p. 147 July á1801 Robert Patton seconded nomination of David Allen for Snoddies district
p.159 April 1802 Jury member in case of John C. Hamilton
p.164 July 1802 Jury member in case of William Morgan v. John Payne
p. 165 July 1802 Jury member in case of Benjamin John v. Mathew
p. 168 October 1802 Jury member in case of Jno C. Hamilton v. Elisha Pruitt
p. 172 January 1803 Appt. Robert Patton constable for Capt. Vinsons company, bond $625 with David Allon and Thomas Patton securities [Robert of Sinking Creek]
p. 180 July 1803 Robert Patton is nominated constable to atten Grand Jury this term
p. 196 March 1804 Robert Patton provided security for bond for David Allon as constable Capt. Boyces district
p. 197 March 1804 Deed/Gift, Robertto William Patton mare and 2 yr. old colt
June 1804 Appt Robert Patton as overseer of road Gallatin to Browns Ferry to Capt. Vinson
p. 216 Dec. 1804 Mary Benthall by her next friend James Cryer v. Robert Patton. Tresspss/Assault & Battery. March 1804 plf by Jno C. Hamilton. Dec 1804 dft by Redmond D. Barry Jury find guilty of TAB assesses plfs damages to 12 and 1/2 cebts. etc. [Robert who md Susannah BENTHALL]
p. 222 March 1805 Robert Patton provided securities for Jesse DeLoach constable for Capt. Wallis militia district in place of David Allon Debt. ptfs
p. 224 March 1805 William Maxey & James Douglas, guardians to heirs of Henry Loving dec'd v. Mathew Brown and Robert Patton
p. 227 June 1805 Robert Patton v. David Allen. Appeal (No further prosecutes)
Sumner Co court records 1808-1810
p. 3 June 1808 Deed. Mathew Brown to Robert Patton 343 acres
p. 11 Sept. 1808 Jury member in case of Elizabeth Davis v. Benjamin Smith
p. 12 Sept. 1808 Jury member in case Benjamin Rawlings v. John Dawson
p. 13 Sept. 1808 Jury member in case of Alexander McMillin v. James Claxton
p. 21 Dec. 1808 Jury member in case of John Payton & William Payton v. Mathew Anderson
p. 27 March 1809 Will of Robert Patton dec'd proved by John Whitsett &Margaret Patton and Robert Patton extrs & extr qualified
p. 35 Robert Patton appt juror to next court
p. 38 June 1809 Robert Patton jury member in case of McNutt Finley & Co. v. John Spencer
p 39 June 1809 Jury member in case of Johnathan Peairs v. Jno Payton & Wm. Payton
p. 41 June 1809 Jury member in case of Fleet Howard v. James Cryer & Frederick Holland
p. 42 June 1809 Jury member in case of James Barry v. George D. Blackmore & Zacheus Wilson
p. 43 Inverntory of Goods of Robert Patton dec'd rendered on oath by Robert Patton one of executors of said dec'd
p. 53 Sept. 1809 Robert Patton appt juror to next court
p. 56 December 1809 Jury member
p. 57 December 1809 Jury member in case of Ann Greer v. John Payton and Wm Payton Debt acts security for Herbert Avent, bond of $10000
p. 58 Dec. 1809 Jury member in case of Andrew Hoover v. Vachel Stephens
p. 59 Jury member in case of John Payton and Mathew Anderson
p. 61 Dec. 1809 Jury member in case of John Shelbyv. Josephus Conn
p. 62 Friday Dec. 22, 1809 Deed Robert Patton to Isaac Gregory 63 acres (on Sinking Creek)
p. 65 Mar. 1810 Deed Robert Patton to William Patton 100 acres proved by William McCall & Phillip Chapman (near Sink Hole on n side of Cumberland River)
Note: The court entries indicate there were at least 2 Robert Pattons living in Sumner Co. between 1805 and 1809, [(Robert Patton husband of Margaret McCracken moved to sumner after 1804 when his mother-in-law Sarah McCracken died. There are references to David, Samuel, James, William Patton sons of Robert and Margaret. Robert Patton names a Robert Patton (and Margaret Patton) as his executor, presumably his son.]This will probably account for the extra William Patton (Robert and Margarets son) who married Jane Lowry.
This Robert Patton (in Sumner Co. 1792-1829) does not seem to be in Orange Co. N. C. at all and there is nothing to place him there in any year between 1792 and 1809. This Robert is the Robert on Sinking Creek.
The Thomas Patton on Sinking Creek was in the militia in 1789. He owned land before this so whether he got the land for being in the militia or bought it is unknown
NOBODY in Sumner knows where Sinking Creek is, nor are there any maps of it. I think Sinking Creek sunk!
The Robert Patton that left the will in 1809 with Margaret and Robert Patton as Executors left the bottom 2/3's of his land to his son Robert. Thats what the will states. This is probably the Robert on Madisons Creek whose son married Elizabeth Perry in 1823.
Robert Patton son of Andrew Patton was in Orange Co in 1800. He owned land and was a planter there in 1800
Robert Patton sold the land Andrew left him and his brother Thomas in 1800 to
James Thompson in Orange Co. N.C. His name was on the deed of sale and
Thomas's is not. James Thompson moved to Davidson Co. and lived there for
many years. Thomas may have been dead, not of legal age, or sold his land to
Robert. There is no deed of conveyance to Robert recorded.
An Abraham Young is living near to John Shannon. He is listed on several tax
lists near John. He is the administrator of Thomas Patton's estate. He
administrates monies to Thomas's wife Nancy and children. This is the Thomas
Patton in Robertson Co. who died there after 1840. Could this possibly be
Thomas, son of Andrew, and bro. to Robert?
Robert Patton, son of Andrew, is not the Robert Patton in Sumner Co.
1) Robert Patton in Sumner Co was living in Sumner Co. in 1792 and other tax
years in between and living in 1799 on Sinking Creek owning a negro and
paying taxes there. He is listed in numerous court records in Sumner co. from
1800 to 1809.
2) Robert Patton, son of Andrew, was living in Orange Co. in 1800 as was a
Planter there. He may have still been at home with his mother or had land of
The Robert Patton living in Orange Co. in 1800 is the son of Andrew Patton
who died 1790..
This Robert Patton in Orange Co. N.C., son of Andrew, married Elizabeth
Guthrie in 1803. He had son Andrew who was born in N.C. in 1805. He moved to
Robertson Co. or Sumner Co. or both. [John Shannon lived on land adjoining
the Red River, Drakes Creek and Station Camp. His land was on the border of
Sumner Co. which later became Robertson Co. James Guthrie lived next to John
Shannon on the Red River. Robert Guthrie was also in the vicinity on the Red
What do you think, David.
note Sumner tax lists- see sumner.tax
Washington Co Tenn marriages (from Sistler)
Andrew W Mahala Hale 10-4-1856 (10-4-1856)
Anthony Elizabeth Mathews 8-9-1795 bondsman John Adams
David W Annie L Mathes 1-22-1830
William Melinda W Jordan 4-1-1824
D B A C Tilson 1-11-1844
David Mary J Swingle 12-23-1861
George W Malinda Baron 10-3-1849
J[as] C B Margaret E Hunt 8-30-1859 [James 1825-1905]
James Sarah A Barkley 12-29-1840
James M Elizabeth Patton 3-23-1837 [1810-1889]
John Elizabeth Collins 11-5-1835
John Susannah Broyles 8-31-1815 [he was b 13 May 1794]
Richard D H Sarah J Mathes 8-27-1853 [son of John, Susanna]
Tilman Nancy Elizab Ross 4-24-1860
William Frances Elizab Ross 4-24-1860
William Jane Hannah 1-15-1812
Ann L. Alex W Wil(s)on 11-22-1833
Elizabeth James M Patton q. v.
Jane William McCracken 10-31-1839
M H Price 12-12-1842
Margaret Westly Hunt 7-15-1820
Mary James B Cloyd 10-13-1846
Mary W Wilcox 3-12-1844
Mary C Michael Fellers 1-27-1848 [dau of John, Susanna]
Mary J A James M Cowan 12-15-1846
N J W Earnest 8-26-1839
Noney? Robert Glenn 8-30-1825
Rebecca John Cloyd 7-19-1821
Susan John Bottles 7-8-1822
Williamson Co Tenn Deed Bk G, pg 480 (Film 454106 FHL SLC):
James Patton 73 1/3 acres of land lying on Big Harpeth conveyed by Robert Patton and Samuel Patton,Reg. 7 June 1824:
This Indenture made this fourth day of January in the year Anne Domini One thousand eight hundred and sixteen Between Robert and Samule Patton of the County of Williamson and the State of Tennessee of the one part and James Patton of the County and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Robert and Samuel Patton for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand Dollars to them in hand paid by the said James the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged have this day barganed aliened and (can't read) and by these presents do bargin sell convey alien and (same word?) to the said James Patton one certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the County aforesaid upon the water of Big Harpeth containing by situation seventy three and one third acres of land it being there undivided moiety or part of the tract of land whereon James Patton Now lives inherited by the said Robert and Samuel as heirs and representatives of James Patton deceased which said tract of land is bounded and butted as follows to wit: Beginning on two (can't read, looks like cleres(?)) and running west two hundred and ninety one poles crossing Harpeth River three times to two white oaks thence north two hundred and forty two poles crossing Big Harpeth River to John Buchannans south boundry line thence East two hundred and seventy one poles to the East boundry line of said tract thence two hundrend and forty two poles to the Beginning.To have and to hold to the said James Patton his heirs and assigns forever the said land of seventy three and one third acres with all all scregelar(?) the tennaments(can't read word) and appertaineces thereto in any wise belonging and the said
Robert and Samuel patton for themselves their heirs and assigns doth forever warrent and defined the right title intrest and claim of in and to the said undivided moiety or part of seventy three and one third acres of land the said described tract aforesaid unto the said James Patton his heirs and assignes forever from and against the claims or claims of every person or persons relatives.In Testimony whereof the said Robert and Samuel both the day and date above writtten set their
hands and seals in these presents.Robert Patton (Seal)
Teste Jason Patton, William Patton, Abel Coleman, upon which deed was written.The State of Tennessee Williamson County Court January Term 1824.This deed of conveyance from Robert Patton and Samuel Patton to Jacob Patton is produced in open Court and the execution thereof is duly acknowledged and the same is ordered to be registered.Tax paid.
Attest: Thos Hardeman, Clk of said Court
This was followed by deeds from each of the brothers and sisters.This is interesting.According to the above deed, Robert Patton is the only one that signed the registration in open court.Samuel had left in 1816 and evidently he and Robert had turned over the property in 1816, but the deed was never presented in open court until 1824.
I have to say that Samuel "DIDN"T" return, by a close examination of this deed, however, he did turn it over to his brother.Also, have an 1820 census in which the Samuel you mentioned showed up on.He was an old man by that time, was alone and had 5 slaves.Not Samuel son of James.
I still hold that my Samuel Boyd Patton is the son of James and Margaret.The more I study, the more clear it becomes.
Williamson Co Tenn Tax lists 1800-1813 (Louise Lynch, at LDS)
name acres location W B
PATTON, Tristan 320 Murphrey's Fork WH 0 0
Alexander 274 " 0 0
Andrew 640 Big Harpeth 0 0 [in 1801 Robert sold his 320 acres)
Tristram 320 W Harpeth 1 2
Alexander 274 " 0 0
Jacob 640 " 0 0
Tristram 320 Murphreys Fork 1 2
Alexander 274 " 1 0T Patton, agent
Isaac 170 " 1 0
Jacob Jr --
John 320 Little Harpeth 0 0
Andrew heirs 320 West Harp, by O.McMahon 00
1803(see printout- this file lost prior to 1999)
Andrew heirs 320 -- o o
1804[see page 1 for complete list]
Andrew heirs 320 W Harp D McMahan
Andrew's heirs 300 W Harp, double tax 0 0
Thomas 320 Danl McMahan 0 0
Andrew's heirs 320 B Harpeth 0 0
Isaac 320 -- 1 0
James 55 West Harpeth 1 0
James' heirs 440 Nelson Cr 2 4
Tristram 320 -- 1 0
William - 1 0
Tristram 320 Murfrees Fork 1 2
William 1 0
James 1 0
Isaac 320 Murfrees Fk 1 1
Thomas 320 W Harp-Danl McMahan 0 0[note- nonresid]
John 320 L Harp. 0 1
Thomas 320 B Harpeth, D McMahan, agt.00
Thomas 300 W Harp, D McMah, at 0 0
James heirs 740 Nelson Cr & B Harp, jas Patton, agt34
Thomas 320 W Harpeth 1 0 (resident!)
Sarah 106 0 0
Thomas 20 0 0
Elizabeth 20 0 0
William 170 W Harp 1 0
Isaac 250 W Harp 1 1
James heirs 440 Nelson Cr 1 4
Jason & John 300 Nelson Cr 2 1
Robert 320 Harp. 1 0
Jacob 70 Murphrees 1 0
William 1 0
Tristram 560 Murfrees Fk W Harp 1 2
Thomas 320 W Harp 1 0
Thomas 320 -- 1 0 [overseer of rd 1813] Thomas sold his land in 1816.
Wilson Co Tenn marriages
Alfred Lucinda Ray 2-9-1830
Arthur M Mary Webb 4-15-1854
Charles C Mary Oakley 10-12-1865
Commodore P Martha S Wroe 5-20-1847
Edward Malinda Jane Sherrill 12-2-1858
Hiram Lucinda Taylor 7-20-1842
James G Mary Patton 10-5-1846
James N Ruth J Godfred 8-13-1841
James P Mary Phillips 7-19-1837
John Elizabeth Shores 5-3-1817
John Lucy Davis 7-13-1846
John Rhoda Cassity 1-18-1847
John F Lucinda J Thompson 9-5-1857
John Jr Rebecca M Patton 9-6-1852
John Nancy M Reed 12-1-1864
Jonathan Ruth Godfrey 5-5-1825
Jonathan Sarah E McNamor 8-20-1840
Joseph Anna Patterson 9-30-1817
Joseph Mary Ann Cropper 8-6-1857
Joseph L Elizabeth Cropper 11-7-1854
Levi H[all] Rachael Payne 9-25-1855
Nelson G Abby L Patterson 10-5-1864
Robert W Mary F Kirkpatrick 3-17-1851
Samuel Elenor Compton 9-23-1828
Samuel Calvin Martha Malvina Tribble 7-25-1861
Samuel D Sallie J Washburn 9-20-1859
Samuel Donnell Nancy Eliz Sanford 4-8-1851
Samuel P Nancy C Godphrey 1-11-1848
Sloan S Susan M Young 8-7-1860
Summer E Malindy Tipton 1-5-1860
Thomas Eliza Patton 1-28-1851
Thomas Elizabeth H Ross 6-28-1854
Thomas Mary Jane Bland 8-11-1841
Thomas Rachel Aram. Patterson 10-25-1864
Thomas W Mary Thompson 3-7-1862
Thomas Rebecca Patterson 9-1-1825
William Mary E Harrison 1-13-1858
Zoro B Malinda S Robinson 1-5-1860
Wilson Co Tenn
Amanda William Bentley 2-8-1860
Annie Richard H Tally 3-14-1862
Eliza Thomas Patton 1-28-1851
Elizabeth D Charles J Woodruff 8-28-1843
Elizabeth F William H Walden 11-27-1850
Julia Ann Thomas Cassity 2-11-1848
Martha William Rogers 10-8-1846
Martha J Joseph Young 11-2-1852
Mary A J Davis 9-?-1849
Mary James G Patton 10-5-1846
Mary Andrew Payne 3-14-1861
Mary John Thompson 2-19-1855
Mary Jane Paschal E Callis 12-5-1845
Nancy Mitchell H Thompson 9-19-1860
Nancy C Green B Adams 7-14-1864
Polly Joshua Anderson 4-4-1807
Rebecca Ann Henry Hearne 1-19-1841
Rebecca M John Patton jr 9-6-1852
Viney Elender William A Whitlock 10-11-1860