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An informal history of Virginia--Kentucky Pattesons in Illinois, their forbears and their kin, including the Lewises of Llangollen : with 12 pictures : from old records, recollections, letters, souvenirs

by Ethel Marion Smith
Smith, Ethel Marion (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Ann Arbor, Michigan : University Microfilms International, 1985
vi, 208 leaves, [1] leaf of plates : ill., facsim., ports.

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Thomas Patteson, probably an English immigrant, lived at Roxbury Plantation, New Kent County, Virginia during or before 1700. Zachary Lewis, said to have been of French Huguenot lineage, immigrated from Wales to Virginia, and received land grants in 1694 and 1703. Alexander Augustus Patteson (1818-1889), a direct descendant of Thomas in the sixth generation, was born in Appomattox County, Virginia, and moved to land near Frankfort, Kentucky during or after 1836. In 1841 he married Jean Wood Lewis, a direct descendant of Zachary, and in 1844 they settled at Lexington, Kentucky. By 1858/1860 the family moved (via Missouri, Tennessee and Texas) to Sangamon County, Illinois. Descendants and relaitves lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Louisiana and elsewhere.

Includes Daniel, Gibson, Mills, Moncure, Ogilvie, Parkinson, Smith, Wilcox and related families.

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