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Descendants of John Patton, Sr. : of Timber Ridge, Augusta Co., Virginia (will dated 1756, probated 1757); (includes descendants to the 1850 generation in the male line)

David V. Agricola
Books/Monographs
English
Lakewood, Ohio : D.V. Agricola, c2002
iv, 55 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps
A Patton compendium; section 30

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John Patton was born in about 1690, probably in County Derry, Ireland. He married Miss (Sarah?) Rodgers in Ireland and they emigrated in about 1730. They had eight known children. They settled first in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and later moved to Augusta County, Virginia. He married Agnes Snodgrass in about 1754 and had two known children. He died in about 1757. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Includes Snoddy and related families.

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