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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Warder, Frederick Lohnes II (I58)
 
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George Marks was the brother of EDWARD CHARLES JOSEPH
MARKS, and was born in the City of Oneonta, New York to MARY ANN
FLEISHMAN and JOSEPH JOHN MARKS. A check of the 1900 US Census
did not disclose George Marks living at the Marks residence in
Oneonta, New York. Only his younger brothers RAYMOND and EDWARD
CHARLES JOSEPH MARKS were listed at that time. There is known to
be another brother by the name of FRANK FRANCIS MARKS who had
joined either the Navy or the circus and moved away years ago.
His sister ABIGAIL MARKS married into the ABBEY family of
Rochester, New York.
 
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Ancestry.com. Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1963 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.Original data: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1883-1945. Micropublication T840. RG085. Rolls # 1-181. National Archives, Washington, D.C.Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1800-1882. Micropublication M425. RG036. Rolls # 1-108. National Archives, Washington, D.C.Source DescriptionThis database is an index to the passenger lists of ships arriving from foreign ports at the port of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, from 1800-1948. The names found in the index are linked to actual images of the passenger lists, digitized from National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) microfilm. Information contained in the index includes given name, surname, age, gender, ethnicity, nationality or last country of permanent residence, destination, arrival date, port of arrival, port of departure, ship name, and microfilm roll and page number.Viewer built on Microsoft Technology 
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EDWARD CHARLES JOSEPH MARKS, SR.

Edward Charles Joseph Marks, Sr. was born to Joseph John Marks and Mary Ann Fleishman at Oneonta, New York on April 10, 1894. He was one of seven other siblings and the family lived in the Utica and Oneonta, New York areas. His father was deceased as of the 1910 Census. The Raymond J. Marks family history disclosed that their father died on October 7, 1905 when Edward was around eleven years of age and his brother Raymond was eight years old.

Edward was found in the 1915 NY Census (1 Jun 1915) residing a a lodger at 380 W. Gray Street, Elmira, NY and his occupation was listed as a "durggest".

Edward moved to Elmira, New York where he was employed in a drug store. He later purchased the store and named it the Federation Pharmacy. The business was located at the northwest corner of Railroad Avenue and Church Streets in Elmira. The establishment was not only a pharmacy, but was a lunch and soda fountain that served the downtown business district. The locality at that time was a bustling business area and the center of the Elmira economy. All along Railroad Avenue were numerous business that used the lunch counter and the pharmacy. In addition, the rail station was just down the street and was the main means of passenger travel during the first half of the twentieth century. He married Carolyne Adelle Mareane after meeting her at the pharmacy. I believe he actually wanted to be introduced to Carolyne's friend, but after meeting Carolyne, he lost interest in the other young woman. The two were married at Elmira, New York, at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church on August 16, 1916. In attendance were Martin Powell and Anna Powell. They later attended St. John's Roman Catholic Church when they resided in the parish area. Several of the Marks children were baptized at St. John's Church.

Edward supported his growing family of six children operating the Federation Pharmacy through to his retirement. He operated the store for 43 years and turned the operation over to his son John Mareane Marks. Reportedly, he was in medical school for a time, but left to support his family. The exact year and school is unknown. He and Carolyne were located in the 1920 Census of the United States, and the two older children were noted at that time.

His mother died when he resided in Elmira, New York. She had been living with his family for approximately eleven years at the time of her death. She was residing at the family residence located at 106 Demerest Parkway in West Elmira. That residence was sold when all of the children had left and the couple was getting up in years. Carolyne was the victim of several strokes, and was having difficulty getting around and taking care of herself. The two lived on the Southside of Elmira for a short time until Carolyne was hospitalized. She passed away in Seneca County where she was under medical care. Edward then moved to Geneva, New York and lived with his daughter Margaret Mary Connell and her husband Charles Connell at 320 Washington Street. He resided there until his death on September 1, 1980. His funeral Mass was held at St. Stephens Church in Geneva, and he was interred at St. Peter's and St. Paul's Cemetery with his wife Carolyne.

Edward was an avid baseball and boxing fan and had a remarkable memory for baseball statistics. He played baseball from an early age and went to local minor league games whenever he could. I can remember as a child going to Dunn Field and the Corning, New York baseball park with my grandfather. He generally cheered for the Elmira Pioneers, which was a local farm team, I believe for the New York Yankees' club. During the late 1940s and through the 1950s the Pioneer Club belonged to a Triple A Baseball League, which seemed to me at age nine like the Major Leagues. My grandfather would sit in a box seat, White Owl cigar in his mouth, and intently watched the games. On each pitch he would flinch as if he was the player at bat, although he would only do this while the home team was at bat. Often, on Friday nights, he would sit in the living room, cigar in his mouth, while watch the boxing match on television and listen to a baseball game on the radio at the same time. Whenever I smell the musty odor of a cigar, I think of my grandfather in his overstuffed chair.

Edward was a lifelong member of the Knights of Columbus, Council #229 in Elmira and attained the 3rd, 4th Degree and former Grand Knight status in that organization. He often went there to play pinochle. The Knights of Columbus Lodge was located on East Church Street three blocks from the Federation Cut Rate Pharmacy which is now the Eunis Building. The building now houses a law firm and the Eunis Corporate Offices.

[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with M, Date of Import: Jun 23, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.112.3.6692.184]

Individual: Marks, Edward
Birth date: Apr 10, 1894
Death date: Sep 1980
Social Security #: 103-36-7187
Last residence: NY 14456
State of issue: NY
[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with M, Date of Import: Aug 31, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.112.3.6692.184]
 
Marks, Edward Charles Joseph (I68)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Marks, Eugenia Claire (I13)
 
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Frank Marks was born to Joseph John Marks and Mary Ann Fleishman at Utica, New York on January 24, 1881 and was one of eight children. During a search of the 1910 Census of the United States, Frank was not listed as a resident of his mothers home. His father had passed away several years earlier. There were only the younger siblings, Edward Charles Joseph Marks and Raymond J. Marks, listed as occupants at the home during that Census. George and Abigail A. Marks were already married by that time, and three other siblings had died at early age.

Elizabeth Jane Hart recalled in 1993 that Frank Marks joined the United States Navy, year unknown, and never married. He liked to roam about the country, but she didn't remember him being in the Circus as remembered by Eugenia C. Kelly. He died in Rochester, New York but this had not been confirmed as of 1994. He did some bootlegging during the prohibition period. This could explain the family stories that Edward Charles Joseph Marks sold some medicinal alcohol out of the pharmacy at the Federation Cut Rate Pharmacy during prohibition. The unconfirmed story revealed that Edward's brother Raymond J. Marks sold some gin to an individual who turned out to be a Treasury Agent. This mistake cost Edward a $500.00 fine, which was quite a sum during those years.

A WWI Draft Registration Card was located under the name of FRANK FRANCIS MARKS dated 9/12/1918 confirming his date of birth as January 24, 1881. He was residing at RFD #2, Box 244, Shrevport, Louisiana. The card confirmed his mother as Mary in Oneonta, NY and he was working as a machinist at the ice company in Shrevport.

17 April 1940 Frank Marks was residing with a Maud Proctor at 238 Broadway, Rochester, NY and was listed as a "machinist - factory"

The Death Certificate from Monroe County, NY reflects Francis F. Marks died on 25 Dec 1944 of respiratory failure due to lung cancer. His occupation was listed as a tool maker in the defense industry. The certificate confirmed his father was Joseph John Marks and his mother was Mary Fleischmann. The cerificate also reported that his father was born in Utica, NY. Francis was buried in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Rochester, NY on 28 Dec 1944.

He burial information is as follows:
Name of Deceased: Marks Francis F.
Cemetery: Holy Sepulchre
Cemetery Section: NO24
Cemetery Lot/Tier: 17
Cemetery Wall:
Grave Number: 22
Burial Date: December 28, 1944
Additional Cemetery Info: No24
Age: 63
 
Marks, Frank Francis (I25)
 
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From: http://www.oocities.org/marcri2/briefs/briefs2.html
Flint, William J. born in New Hampshire in 1815, settled in Maine in 1827, died in 1885; wife, Annis Marean, daughter of Henry and Chloe ( Delano ) Marean, born in 1817, married in 1836; one child, Esther J. born in 1839 who married Charles G. Bowers. Parents, William B. and Jane M. ( Whitcomb ) Flint, natives of New Hampshire, the latter died in 1818. 
Marean, Henry (I906)
 
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From: http://www.oocities.org/marcri2/briefs/briefs2.html
Flint, William J. born in New Hampshire in 1815, settled in Maine in 1827, died in 1885; wife, Annis Marean, daughter of Henry and Chloe ( Delano ) Marean, born in 1817, married in 1836; one child, Esther J. born in 1839 who married Charles G. Bowers. Parents, William B. and Jane M. ( Whitcomb ) Flint, natives of New Hampshire, the latter died in 1818. 
Flint, William J. (I1619)
 
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George Joseph Marks
b. 1/12/1879 d. 3/23/1958

George Joseph Marks was born to Joseph John Marks and Mary Ann Fleishman at Utica, New York on January 12, 1879. He was one of eight siblings but at the taking of the 1910 Census of the Unites States, George was not listed as a resident at this mothers home. He was presumably married at that time in that he was found in the same census year living with Katherine Marks (nee Callahan) as boarders on Brown Street, Norwich Township, Chenango County, New York. He was listed as a machinist in the railroad shop.

Elizabeth Jane Hart recalled that George Marks married Katherine Callahan and was a mechanic in the roundhouse at Easton, Pennsylvania, and was employed by the railroad. From there they went to the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area where he worked in the shipyards during World War II. The couple had one daughter, MARY CATHERINE MARKS. She joined the Nurse Corps during World War II. Mary Catherine married an individual by the name of MILLER. The family was located in the 1920 Census of the United States living in Pittston, Pennsylvania.

A World War I draft registration card was found, dated 9/12/1918 that disclosed George Joseph Marks was residing at 9 Franklin Street, Oneonta, NY with Katherine Marks. His occupation was listed as a machinist for the D&HRR Company. A World War II draft registration card disclosed that George was 63 years of age on April 27, 1942; he was residing at 850 Country Line Road, Brynmawr Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The card confirmed he was born in Utica, New York on 1/1/1879 and he was married at the time. His employment was listed at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was described at 5'10" and 180 pounds, brown eyes, black hair, with a ruddy complexion.

George died in Elmira, New York on March 23, 1958 two hours after suffering symptoms of an Acute Peptic Ulcer. He was listed as widowed at that time. His street address at the time of his death was 820 W. Church Street, Elmira, New York and he was seventy-nine years of age. The death certificate confirmed that he was born on 1/27/1879, his wife was Katherine Callahan, his father's name was Joseph Marks and his mother's name was Mary Fleishman. Eugenia C. Kelly recalled that George was getting up in years and came to Elmira to visit his brother after he had a disagreement with his daughter. She recalled that after he had been there for a short time, the police came to her father's home to talk about his brother's driving. Apparently he had been driving down the center line of the roads in town thinking that one was suppose to follow those lines while driving.

George Joseph Marks was buried at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 25, 1958. (Holy Cross Cemetery, Established 1890, Bailey Rd. & Yeadon Ave. Yeadon, PA 19050 215-476-3656). Contact with Cemetery on 1/16/2002 confirmed that both KATHERINE M. CALLIHAN and GEORGE JOSEPH MARKS are buried in Section 47, Range 12, Lot 38, North Graves. The cemetery records also confirmed that KATHERINE M. CALLIHAN preceded her husband in death and both are buried in the same grave and reflected the correct spelling of her first name.
 
Marks, George Joseph (I23)
 
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ii. EVA MARY PATTERSON was born on 09 Mar 1872 and died on 2 Dec 1955 at Domaine d’Arnaubat, Bayonne Basses Pyrenees, France. She married Robert Hervey [aka Robert Herbert] Cabell of New York City 12 Oct 1897 in Wilkes-Barre, PA at her parent’s home at 71 Franklin St. He was born at Brunswick, MO on 1 Dec 1869 and died in 1947. I found several references that identified his middle name as “Hervey” and his headstone lists his middle name as Hervey. Both Eva and her husband Robert spent a significant amount of time in London, England - he was the managing director of the Armour & Company, Ltd. there. [The marriage record noted Mr. Cabell had been married previously, but his wife had died. No reference could be found as to the previous wife’s name]. The family was in England during World War I and the Amour & Company, a huge meat packing company headquartered in Chicago, IL, did a significant business in Europe with distribution facilities in London, Frankfort, Germany, Copenhagen, Denmark, Paris, France and Milan Italy. Armour was one of five meat packing companies referred to as the Big Five” doing significant business in Europe before and during WWI. The company also manufactured large amounts of leather goods such as gloves, belts, saddles and shoes which I am sure was in significant demand during the war. I suspect Mr. Cabell did very well for himself financially. One newspaper article reported in 1937 he was earning $64,200 annually as President of Armour & Company, which was quite a sum back then. [CPI inflation to today’s dollar would be an increase of 1564.64%, or somewhere around $1,023,990.] I am sure he was also receiving additional compensation through bonus and stock payments. One of the later references to Mr. Cabell I located listed him as the President of Armour & Company following the death of T. G. Lee who headed Armor & Company prior to the appointment of Mr. Cabell. The Cabell and Patterson business interests may have intertwined in that the water bottled by Joseph Emmett Patterson at the Glen Summit Springs Water Company in Pennsylvania was shipped to England and France for sale as well as in many parts of Pennsylvania.

This couple had two children that survived to adulthood both born in the Chicago area; Helen Patterson Cabell born 19 Feb 1899 and Joseph Patterson Cabel born 8 May 1901. There were two other sons noted in the 1910 US Federal Census living with the couple, Charles Cabell born about 1894 and Robert H. Cabell, Jr., born about 1892, probably from Mr. Cabell’s previous marriage. Both of these sons from the first marriage traveled extensively internationally while working for their father’s meat and leather manufacturing businesses. Robert Hervey Cabell, Jr. took over as the General Manager of Armour & Co. in England when his father was named president of the company and moved back to Chicago. Robert Hervey Cabell, Jr. died in England in 1942.

Robert Hervey Cabell, Jr. served in the US Army during World War I with a commission as Captain and received the French Legion of Honor Medal, the Highest Military Honor in France. He died at London, England 7 Jan 1942. He is buried in the Patterson Family Plot, Hollenbeck Cemetery, Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne, PA

Apparently their son Joseph Patterson Cabell was married at least once but it wasn’t going well for the young man. An article in the Albany Evening News in 1936 reported the son of the head of Armour & Company, was arrested in Atlantic City, NJ for assault and threats to kill his wife. As a condition of his release from custody, he was required to write a letter to his father, Robert H. Cabell in Chicago “listing his past sins and promising to reform.” He was arrested on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City and “pleaded in tears with his wife at the court hearing to take him back, but she, at that time, was reluctant saying he had promised good behavior before but had failed to make good.” His wife was Ruth Elizabeth Folkner because this was the only marriage I could uncover connected with the younger Cabell. His father’s obvious good fortunes did not transfer to all of his offspring. I suspect the use of alcohol may have had an impact on the outcome of Joseph Patterson Cabell. This may explain why his grandfather Joseph Emmett Patterson left instructions in his last will and testament excluding any descendants who use alcohol in any form from being buried in the Patterson cemetery plot in the Hollenback Cemetery. Joseph Emmett Patterson’s instructions were not adhered to as young Joseph Cabell is buried in his grandfather’s plot along with other family members.

Helen Patterson Cabell married very well, to Jacques Albért, Comte de Lailhacar, of Paris and Budapest, who was a member of one of the oldest families in France. They were married 16 Dec 1922 in Paris, France. They were married in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Paris in the presence of a large company. She was attended by Baroness Lagatinerie, the sister of the bridegroom. After a wedding breakfast at Hotel Claridge they went on a trip to Southern France. She had two children as a result of this marriage, Robert and Jacqueline.

Mrs. de Lailhacar, listed as “daughter” and the informant for the death certificate of her mother when she died in France on 2 Dec 1955. Apparently Mrs. Cabell was visiting her daughter when she passed away. The death certificate noted the body was being shipped from France to Wilkes-Barre, PA to be buried in a private cemetery. She is buried in the Patterson plot with her father and mother and other family members in the Hollenback Cemetery in Wilkes-Barre, PA. [Notes by Patrick A. Patterson 2015]
 
Patterson, Eva Mary (I2162)
 
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James Edward Hart was born to Paul Robert Hart and
Elizabeth Jane Marks at Geneva, New York on May 9, 1960. Jim
received his early education in Geneva, New York and later
graduated from Auburn Community College (now Caugua Community
College) with an Associated Degree in Business Administration.
Jim gained employment with the Ashland Oil Company and is
assigned to their Super America Division. He currently is
assigned their office in Ashland, Kentucky.

James married Susan Winter and they have one son, Justin
Hart. Susan had one child, Wade A., from a previous marriage,
who James adopted after their marriage.

June 10, 2010

James E. Hart

HUBER HEIGHTS, OHIO - James E. Hart, 50, of 8866 Deer Valley Drive, Huber Heights, Ohio, formerly of Geneva, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday (June 19, 2010).
A memorial service, at which Jim was remembered as a great husband, father, son , brother, coach friend, employee and pubic servant, was held June 22, at First Baptist Church of Vandalia, OH with Pastor Rock Dearfield officiating. The family is planning to hold a memorial service in Geneva at a later date.

If desired, memorial contributions to be applied to his children's educational expenses may be made to "The James E. Hart Memorial Fund" and mailed to Memorial Contributions in Memory of James E. Hart, PNC Bank, 7841 Old Troy Pike, Huber Heights, Ohio 45242, Acc# 4240222022.

He was born May 9, 1960, in Geneva, New York, a son of Elizabeth J. Hart and the late Paul R. Hart, Sr. He was a graduate of St. Stephen's School, DeSales High School and Cayuga County Community college. He was a loyal employee of Speedway SuperAmeica, LLC for many years. He was a servant in his community, including memberships on the Huber Heights School Board and the Miami Valley Career & Technology Center Board and spent many years coaching youth sports. He was a former member of Nester Hose Co. No. 1 of the Geneva Volunteer Fire Department. He attended First Baptist Church of Vandalia, Ohio.

Jim was a husband and father who loved his family above all else.

In addition to his mother, Jim is survived by his wife, Susan Winters Hart; sons, Wade Andrew Hart and Justin Todd Hart of Huber Heights, Ohio; one sister and brother-in-law, Mary and Robert DeVey of Georgetown, S.C.; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Paul and Laura Hart of Horseheads, N.Y., Patrick and Lisa Hart and William and Kelly Hart of Geneva; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Donald and Jeanie Winters of South Point, Ohio; two brothers-in--law and two sisters-in-law, Kevin and Mandy Winters of Virginia Beach, Va., and Todd ad Andrea Pennington of South Point, Ohio; an uncle, Peter Marks; aunt, Eugenia Kelly; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Published in Finger Lakes Times from June 27 to June 29, 2010
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fltimes/obituary.aspx?n=james-e-hart&pid=143761602
 
Hart, James Edward (I200)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sweeney, Mary Frances (I46)
 
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January 26, 2006

JACK WILFORD PATTERSON

Jack Patterson always went by Jack, and was the third child born to William Bartholomew Patterson and Susan Jane Simpson. Jack married a woman by the name of Iris (Last Name Unknown). Served in the US Navy during WW-II, but little information is known about his service record or locations assigned. No known children were born to this marriage.

When I visited the San Jacinto monument near Houston, Texas in late 1993, I observed on display there a number of artifacts that had been donated by Mrs. Jack Patterson. This is consistent with conversations that my mother recalled regarding the Patterson family donating items for museum display. The items were a number of trinkets such as hair pins and baubles from the period circa 1836. This also tends to confirm the story of someone in the family having fought in the Texas War of Independence. I have made several inquiries to the curator of the museum there but have never received a reply.

January 17, 2006 contacted Glenda Sue Stephens (nee Patterson) who advised that Jack had died during a camping accident in San Antonio, Texas in 1975 (later determined to be in Travis County, Texas). He is buried in the Forest Park Cemetery in Houston, Texas next to his last wife Francile K. Patterson. His mother, Susan Jane Lane (nee Simpson) and his brother William Joseph Patterson are buried nearby in the same cemetery. From records found at th Harris County, Texas Clerk's office, it appears that Jack was married at least four times.

Source: U.S. Federal Census - Florida - Escambia - Pensacola:
Street: North Seventh Ave
Date: April 15, 1930

King, Henry F. - Head - Age 37 - AL,AL,AL
King, Nettie L. - Wife - Age 39 - GA,GA,GA
King, Francile - Dau. - Age 12 - Florida, AL,GA
King, H. Fred Jr. - Son - Age 11 - Florida, AL,GA

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12-11-2000

FRANCILE K. PATTERSON (83) passed away in Houston, Texas December 11, 2000. She was born in Pentacle, Florida on June 20, 1917. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Richard and Sue Bardwell of Spring, two grandchildren, Michael W. Fondren and S. Wiggins, three great grandchildren, Alan Moore, Haley Wiggins, Katelynn Fondren. Mrs. Patterson was a member of the Eastern Star since 1970 at the Fairbanks Chapter. She served on a number of grand chapter committees. She was president, secretary and treasure for 17 years for Polk County Mission Center. She was also a representative of the First Methodist Church of Polk County Mission Board. Funeral services will be held Wednesday December 13, 2000 at 1:00 in the Main Chapel of Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home.
Interment to follow in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6:00 until 9:00 P.M. Tuesday evening at Forest Park Lawndale.
[from http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl/obits_3376141/francile-k-patterson.html] Houston Chronicle Publishing Co.

My family tree is posted on Rootsweb WorldConnect Project and my database is: dewb

I met Jack Patterson when they visited my mother. He was a very nice man and Francile loved him very much according to my mother.
I would very much like to have any photos that you would be willing to share.
Thank you so much for contacting me.

Shirley

Navy Records:

U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010
Name: Jack Patterson
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 17 Oct 1920
Death Date: 22 Jul 1985
SSN: 462121510
Branch 1: NAVY
Enlistment Date 1: 8 Aug 1942
Release Date 1: 18 Jan 1946

The headstone on Jack's grave reflects his rank was CM1 (carpenters mate 1st Class). A note sent to his brother in WWII reflects he may have been in the SeaBeas (construction battalion), date and place unknown.
 
Patterson, Jack Wilford (I229)
 
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JOSEPH JOHN MARKS

Little is recorded in the family history about Joseph John Marks. The 1880 US Census places Joseph J. Marks (age 22), Mary A. Marks (age 24), and George Marks (age 1) residing at 9 Charles Street in Utica, New York. Joseph is listed as a railroad foreman. The information in the census reflects that Joseph was born in New York, and his mother and father were born in Prusia. They were residing at 9 Charles Street, Utica, New York (appeared to be an appartment house).

Utica City Directory 1883:
Marks, Joseph engineer D. L. & W, residence 9 Charles
http://books.google.com/books?id=kOoCAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA149&dq=%22city+directory%22&as_brr=1#v=onepage&q=%22city%20directory%22&f=false

The 1900 US Census reflects that there were five children, George A., Frank F., and Abbigail A., besides the two mentioned above. The couple had a total of eight children, but three died at early ages. All of the children were born in New York state. This census showed Joseph as being born in New York, the exact location is unknown. On June 16, 1900 the family was residing at #9 Franklin Street, Oneonta, New York (appeared to be an apartment house). His wife Mary Ann Fleischmann was born in Germany and emigrated to the United States in 1871.

As of the 1910 US Census his wife Mary Ann Fleishmann was a widow. There were only two children residing in the home at that time, Raymond J. Marks and Edward Charles Joseph Marks. Family history recorded by the Raymond J. Marks family revealed that Joseph John Marks was born on January 15, 1857 and died October 7, 1905. That history showed his name listed as John Joseph Marks, but death records of both George Joseph Marks and Mary Ann Marks confirm the name as Joseph John Marks. He would have been forty-eight years of age at the time of his death. Elizabeth Jane Hart recalled in 1994 that Joseph Marks worked on the railroad. Her father, Edward Charles Joseph Marks, said the he believed his father had diabetes and fell off the railroad tracks while in a diabetic comma and died. Death records later obrained confirmed Joseph Marks died of a heart condition. Edward would have been somewhere around eleven years old at the time of his father's death. Joseph Marks is buried in Oneonta, New York.

Edward Charles Joseph Marks was the only person in the family to inherit diabetes, presumably from his father. Edward developed the disease later in life and took medication for the disease until his death in 1980. No other descendant, as far as I know, developed diabetes.

February 14, 2010, In 1991 St. Mary's Church sold the St. Mary's Cemetery to A. O. Fox Hospital to make room for a parking lot. Here is a copy of the court order and the listing of those who were uninterred and reinterred at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Oneonta. The public notice and information regarding Joseph Marks and Mary Marks is as follows:

At an Adjourned Special Term of the Supreme Court of the State of New York,held for Otsego County, at 242 Main St., Oneonta, NY on September 20, 1991.
PRESENT: Hon. John M. Thomas , Justice
STATE OF NEW YORK
SUPREME COURT: OTSEGO COUNTY

In the Matter of the Applications of
ST. MARY'S CHURCH OF ONEONTA, NEW YORK
For approval of the removal of human remains from St. Mary's Cemetery to
Mount Calvary Cemetery, pursuant to Section 9 of the Religious Corporations Law.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
Index Number: C-1505B
RJI Number:

Upon the annexed Petition of St. Mary's Church of Oneonta, New York, duly verified this 9th day of September, 1991, let the heirs, next of kin, or other interested persons related to or knowing those individuals whose names are set forth on Exhibit "B" of the Petition, said Exhibit reflecting the names of approximately 358 persons now buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Oneonta, New York, show cause before this Court at a special term thereof to be held at the hearing room at 242 Main St., Oneonta, New York on 30th day of September 1991 at 9:30 AM, of said day or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, why an Order should not be granted approving the disinterment of the human remains buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Oneonta, New York, for reinterment in Mount Calvary Cemetery pursuant to S9 of the Religious Corporations Law, and why such other and further relief should not be granted to the Petitioner which is just and proper.

Sufficient reasoning appearing therefore, service of the within Order to Show Cause on all next of kin, heirs, and other interested parties shall be made by publishing a copy of this Order and an alphabetical list set forth on Exhibit
B of the Petition reflecting the names of those persons whose remains are proposed to be moved from St. Mary's Cemetery to Mount Calvary Cemetery. Said publication shall be made in the Daily Star and shall be published once at least four days prior to the return date of this petition.

DATED: September 20, 1991
Oneonta, New York.
Hon. John M. Thomas
Acting Supreme Court Justice
St. Mary's Cemetery

Grid 78 Marks Joseph
Grid 78 Marks Florence
Grid 78 Marks Mary

39 Walnut Street
Oneonta, NY 13820
St. Mary's Church

An article in the New York Times dated 8 Oct 1905 reflected that Joseph Marks had saved a train. Being the Engineer, and after being stricken, he was successful in stopping a train entering the Albany train yard. He later died and was listed at 50 years of age. This story was written as follows:

"Dying Man Saved a Train - Engineer, Stricken in his cab, put on the air brakes.

Special to the New York Times. Albany, Oct 7--Another engineer was fatally stricken today while in his cab on a 'Mother Hubbard' engine. He put on the air brakes before he became unconscious.

Joseph Marks was driving a Delaware and Hudson train from the west into this city, when it came to a dead stop just outside the railroad yards. His fireman was surprised, because he had received no signal for a stop. He jumped from his cab and hurried to the engineer's cab to find Marks lying on the floor groaning. The man was removed to the train dispatcher's office where he soon died. He was 50 years of age."

A death record received from the City of Albany confirmed Joseph Marks died on 7 Oct 1905 at age 48 years and his occupation was listed as an engineer. His father's name was John Marks and his mothers name was Elizabeth, both born in Germany. The chief cause of death was "fatty degeneration of the heart" with other causes listed as acute dilation of the heart, edema of lungs". There was no reference to diabetes as contributing to his death. The place of death was listed as McCarthy Ave., Ward 1, Albany, NY. The attending physician was J. F. Rooney, MD and the undertaker was identified as Barry Brothers. The informant for the death certificate was not given.

The graves of Mary and Joseph Marks and their daughter were moved to Mt. Calvary. The following description was receivd from St. Mary's Church, Oneonta:

We have located your family lot in our Cemetery. The Marks Family lot is in the St. Mary's Section, Lot 88. When you enter Mount Calvary Cemetery, you drive all the way up to the top. At the very top you will see an altar. To the left of the altar is the "St. Mary's Section" of Mount Calvary Cemetery. Your family lot is in the upper right part of the cemetery. There is a family monument that has the following names and dates on it:

Joseph J Marks 1857-1905
Mary A Fleischmann 1856-1931
Florence K Marks 1891-1895

The grave of J. Walter Abbey and his mother Abbigail Agnes Abbey were moved from St. Mary's Cemetery to Mt. Calvery Cemetery in Oneonta, NY. The older cemetery was sold to make room for a parking lot, and all of the gaves and markers were moved to Mt. Calvery. Both were buried next to Abby's father and mother, John Joseph Marks and Mary Ann Fleischmann. As of 10 July 2010, the headstones are in good condidition and well cared for. Abbigayle and her son's stones are flat and somewhat covered by grass.

As of July, 2010, 9 Franklin Street, Oneonta, NY was still standing. The residence had newer siding but the original foundation stones were clearly of the period the house was used during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

From tax records from Otsego, NY reflects the current house located at 9 Franklin Street, Oneonta, NY was build in 1920:

Signor Joseph L
Signor Elizabeth A
9 Franklin St
Oneonta NY 13820

Property Information for 9 Franklin St
Property Features Financial History

Single Family Residence
Year Built: 1920
5 Bedrooms
1.50 Bathrooms
Approximately 2,628 Sq Ft
Lot size: 5,662.8 Sq Ft
Stories: 2
County: Otsego
Heating type: Heating
Heating detail: Other
Parking: Detached Garage

Source: Public Records 
Marks, Joseph John (I490)
 
15
Married Eugenic C. Patterson (nee Marks) resided in Horseheads, NY until a move to 712 N. Chapel St., Bunnell. Fla., where he died from Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the head and neck. Served in the Indian theater during WWII as an aerial photographer. [Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with K, Date of Import: Jul 21, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.111.3.113682.46]

Individual: Kelly, Reynold
Birth date: Apr 8, 1918
Death date: Sep 1982
Social Security #: 127-05-0612
Last residence: FL 32010
State of issue: NY
Zip of last payment: 32010
 
Kelly, Reynold Olen (I205)
 
16
Married to JAMES EDWARD HART on 27 August 1992.
 
Winters, Susan (I202)
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hart, Thomas Patrick (I199)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Devey, Robert Lee (I195)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hart, Mary Margaret (I194)
 
20
Michelle Christine Patterson

Graduated from Southside High School. Attending St. John
Fisher College in Rochester, New York ending her Junior year in
1994.

In 1996 Michelle graduated from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York. In 1993 She decided to enter the United States Marine Corps after college.

In 1998 Attended the United States Marine Corps Officers Candidate School (OCS) and received her commission as a 2nd Lieutenant. She completed the Marine Corps Officers Basis School on 04/09/1998 with a Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of Logistics Officer. She was thereafter stationed at the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, NC. 
Patterson, Michelle Christine (I2)
 
21
Paul Robert Hart was born to J. Joseph Hart and Mary J.
Gould at Geneva, New York on September 14, 1924, and he remained
in that area most of his life. He served with the United States
Army and married Elizabeth Jane Marks on May 13, 1950. They had
five children, Mary Margaret Hart, Paul Robert Hart, Jr., Thomas
Patrick Hart, James Edward Hart, and William Joseph Hart. All of
the children have been very successful in their chosen careers.

After the service, Paul gained employment with the New
York Central Railroad where he worked for over twenty-five years.
He retired at a young age because of ill health. Paul died in
his sleep on July 4, 1982 as a result of a heart attack.
 
Hart, Paul Robert (I168)
 
22
SUSAN J. SIMPSON
b. Circa January 1892

The first trace of SUSAN JANE SIMPSON was found in the Census of the United States in 1900 and 1910 at Nacogdoches, Texas. She was residing with her parents JOHN RANDOLPH SIMPSON and CORNELIA J. SIMPSON along with several siblings. SUSAN was the natural daughter of CORNELIA SIMPSON. In the Census of the United States in 1900, JOHN RANDOLPH SIMPSON was married to JANE SIMPSON. Jane or Jannie was a nickname for his second wife, Cornelia Jane Simpson. Susan was 18 years of age at the taking of the 1910 Census, and was unmarried.

SUSAN was commonly referred to as SUSIE as she was listed on her marriage certificate in Nacogdoches, Texas reflecting her marriage to W. B. PATTERSON on June 5, 1910. There were approximately thirty years between their ages. WILLIAM B. PATTERSON was also found in the Census of the United States in 1910 residing at West Pilar Street, Nacogdoches, Texas. He listed his occupation as a Rail Car Inspector for the Railroad and was single at the time of the Census which was April 20, 1910. The address where WILLIAM B. PATTERSON listed his address in 1910 is one block from the present rail yards that were probably operated by the St. Louis Southwestern Railway and was commonly called the "Cotton Belt" and is now a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railway. Incidentally, it was also in the same block on W. Pillar Street where the Simpson family operated a boarding house.

Susan and William eventually moved to Lufkin, Texas which was also a rail town at the turn of the century and had several children. WILLIAM PATTERSON is believed to be the first born, JACK PATTERSON, PATRICIA PATTERSON and VERNON LEE PATTERSON were the other children born to the family. WILLIAM B. PATTERSON died at Lufkin, Texas May 6, 1936 and was buried at the Gann Cemetery near Lufkin. SUSAN eventually moved to Beaumont, Texas with JACK PATTERSON and his family. They later moved to the Houston, Texas area where SUSAN did remarry sometime after 1956. Relatives recalled her at the 1960s or 1970s family reunion and her being there with a man. It is probable that she married this man, that was later confirmed as Joe Hill Lane, aka J. H. Lane from Shelby County, Texas. Susan Jane was buried in Houston near her sons Willimam and Jack following her death July 14. 1972. From information obtained about Mr. Lane, he remarried following the death of Susan (well into his 90s). An obituary was listed at the Shelby County Museum and confirmrs he died on 7/29/1981 at the Tyler County Hospital in Woodville, Texas at age 98. The publication also confirms he was born 1/30/1893 in Center, Texas and was a retired represenative of the Southern Life Insurance Company of Houston, Texas where he worked for 25 years. He was the son of the late Frank Lane and Josephine Latham Lane as well as the Masonic Lodge and Church of Christ in Center. The obituary reflectes he had another surviving wife by the name of Lilly of Chester; a son Joe Foy Lane of Houston; a daughter Audrey Williams of Dallas; a grandchild, two great-grandchildren, to great-great grandchildren, three step daughters and four step sons, six nephews and two nieces. Serving as pallbeaers were W. F. Richards, Marshall Hooper, S. H. Fletcher, Earl Hagler, Ozroe Bush and J. W. Hall.

During a Census search at the U.S. Archives, records were discovered that inked SUSAN to a long history in the SIMPSON families of Louisiana and eastern Texas. A message left on the AMERICAN ONLINE (AOL) computer service looking for information concerning the SIMPSON family resulted in contact with JOY E. BELL of Phenix City, Alabama. JOY is the granddaughter of HANNA SIMPSON, who is the natural sister of SUSAN J. SIMPSON. ADRIEN ROBERT CAUDLE, the youngest son of Hannah Simpson lives in Tyler, Texas and provided significant information about the Simpson family and her mother's sisters. (1995). Hannah, had a daughter Hazel Elesta (Doll) Simpson on 8/30/1911, and Robert is a descendant.

Information from the BELL family confirmed that SUSAN J. SIMPSON was the granddaughter of HANNAH SELF born 1823. HANNAH SELF was listed as the first recorded marriage in Sabine Parish, Louisiana on July 5, 1846. HANNAH was joined in matrimony with JOSEPH SIMPSON by Justice Abner Bradley.

8/4/2009 marriage that appears to be identical to Susan Jane Simpson and Joe Hill Lane found at the Shelby County, Texas web site, 8/4/2009.
http://www.shelbycountytexashistory.org/Shelby/Marriages/bridesparnell-pattrick.htm

PATTERSON SUE JANE LANE JOE HILL 1957-12-01 21 358
 
Simpson, Susan Jane (I196)
 
23
The oldest known, confirmed record of our clan is from 1732 when Robert bought 106 acres in Sussex Co DE. We used to believe the 1727 record of Margaret Addams witnessing a deed there was his mother, but Harald Reksten and I have since confirmed that to NOT be the case. 1732 is the earliest we know of this clan with any certainty.

As a result, there are many details we do not know for sure. Here is a quick run down of what is not known for certain:

We do not know when the Pattersons arrived in America. The lack of any real evidence in surrounding colonies over the previous decade, indicates they may have immigrated some time during that previous decade, but nothing is known for sure. That said, we know that Robert's sister, Elizabeth Patterson, married Jeremiah Harrison in Sussex Co DE (no official record has been found, but we know it from Harrison evidence in general). That marriage appears to have happened around 1730 or so.

We do not know where they immigrated from. Most family legends, and much of the evidence seen, indicates the family is Scots-Irish aka Ulster Scots. So they would have been Scottish, but apparently migrated through Ireland at some point. But it is unknown as to how long that migration period lasted.

We do not know when Robert was born. We can be certain that he was born no later than 1711. In Sussex Co DE, when he bought his land in 1732, it described him as a yeoman, which meant one had to be 21. The same had been the case for Isaiah Harrison when he first bought land in the 1680's. It is possible that Robert could have been born as early as 1705. That is the year Harald Reksten likes to use, but we both typically use the following to describe him.... born ca. 1705-1711. I lean more toward the 1711 figure, but 1705 is certainly reasonable.

I believe Robert's sister Elizabeth was older than him, but again that is not known for sure. Harrison records indicate that Jeremiah married his wife around 1730 or so, and they estimate she was born around 1710 and that he was born around 1707. I typically put 1707-1710 for both of them. That said, most people erroneously have his wife (only wife) as Catherine Adams. But that is an error. His first wife was Elizabeth Patterson and I am 100% convinced of this based on Margaret Adams' 1744 will -- the original, not the clerk's transcript in the Will Book. He made a transcription error that has resulted in "masking" the identity of Jeremiah's wife ever since. His second wife was definitely a Catherine, but no one knows her maiden name either. It was NOT Adams. D.O. Hood assumed her name was Adams based on the fact that her mother had to have been Margaret Adams (Robert Patterson's mother). We know due to Margaret Addams' 1744 will where she names her granddaughter Esther Harrison, a daughter of Jeremiah Harrison. So the assumption was that if Esther was Margaret's granddaughter, and Catherine Harrison was the wife of Jeremiah, then Catherine must be Esther's mother, and therefore an Adams -- since Margaret was an Addams. But that's all wrong. Margaret married William Patterson, had daughter Elizabeth, who then married Jeremiah Harrison around 1730, had Esther Harrison shortly thereafter, and by 1744, Elizabeth was still alive. She died sometime between 1744 and 1757, which is when Catherine is on the scene for the first time as the wife of Jeremiah Harrison. But where the children of Margaret Addams added a codicil to the will of Margaret Adams in 1744, they signed it as Jane Love, Daniel Love (he was the one writing the codicil), and Elizabeth Harrison. However, when the clerk transcribed it into the Will Book, he mistakenly wrote the third name as Esther Harrison. Margaret's own will mentions her daughter Elizabeth, so the two together prove that Margaret's daughter Elizabeth (and based on age, Elizabeth Patterson), was the Elizabeth Harrison who signed the codicil. This means that half of Jeremiah Harrison's 17 children, at least, were children of the Patterson mother. It also means that NONE of the 17 children are descendants of any Adams. Robert Patterson and Jeremiah Harrison were close to each other in both DE and VA. They were brothers-in-law.

We do not know when or where Robert's father, William Patterson, was born or died. I presume he died before they migrated to America, but again, since we don't know when that happened either, we cannot be conclusive about that. If the family immigrated earlier, then they could have come over as Pattersons. If so, then William died in America, and the kids could have been born in America. OR, he could have died in Ireland/Scotland, therefore the kids were born "there", and they could have come over as a widowed Patterson family. OR, Margaret could have remarried in Ireland/Scotland, to John Addams, they could have immigrated as an Addams family, with some Patterson children and Addams children.

We do not know Margaret's maiden name. The mother of Robert definitely went by Margaret, but apparently her first name was Mary, as she got her Orange Co Va plantation under that name (Mary Adams). So we believe her name was Mary Margaret, but last name unknown. It was not Donnell as so many people say. D.O. Hood made a mistake in his assumptions in that regard in his book on the Tunis Hood Family. He assumed that the girl associated with the Jeremiah Harrison family, assumed to have been Lydia Donnell Harrison, was named as such after her grandmother's maiden name. That's a great leap. Fact is, when you look at the original documents, this girl is always mentioned as Lydia Donnell. No Harrison. Jeremiah was the sponsoring adult when she got baptized, but that's all. She later married a Harrison, and that became her married name. There were Donnells around the Linville Creek area, but that's just a coincidence.

After William died, probably around 1711/15, Margaret eventually married again, say around 1718/20, to John Addams. Place unknown. John died apparently by the mid 1720's, but date and location unknown.

Margaret appears to have had another 3 kids by John Addams. Don't know the name of the oldest girl, but she later married Andrew Donelson. I can give you more on that later. She then also had a son Samuel Addams, and then a daughter Jane Addams, who later married Daniel Love.

I would love to see what you finish up with. If you want more detailed reasons on the above distinctions, etc, I'll be glad to share that with you.

The only reason we know that Robert's father was named William is from that 1770 Tryon Co NC probate record where Robert disclaimed any rite to his mother's land in Augusta Co Va.

While it's possible that William was born as late as 1685, we cannot rule out the possibility that Margaret was a second wife, and that he was much older than her.
[Notes from Wesley Patterson to Patrick A. Patterson, 5 Mar 2015] 
Patterson, Robert R. (I1275)
 
24
The oldest known, confirmed record of our clan is from 1732 when Robert bought 106 acres in Sussex Co DE. We used to believe the 1727 record of Margaret Addams witnessing a deed there was his mother, but Harald Reksten and I have since confirmed that to NOT be the case. 1732 is the earliest we know of this clan with any certainty.

As a result, there are many details we do not know for sure. Here is a quick run down of what is not known for certain:

We do not know when the Pattersons arrived in America. The lack of any real evidence in surrounding colonies over the previous decade, indicates they may have immigrated some time during that previous decade, but nothing is known for sure. That said, we know that Robert's sister, Elizabeth Patterson, married Jeremiah Harrison in Sussex Co DE (no official record has been found, but we know it from Harrison evidence in general). That marriage appears to have happened around 1730 or so.

We do not know where they immigrated from. Most family legends, and much of the evidence seen, indicates the family is Scots-Irish aka Ulster Scots. So they would have been Scottish, but apparently migrated through Ireland at some point. But it is unknown as to how long that migration period lasted.

We do not know when Robert was born. We can be certain that he was born no later than 1711. In Sussex Co DE, when he bought his land in 1732, it described him as a yeoman, which meant one had to be 21. The same had been the case for Isaiah Harrison when he first bought land in the 1680's. It is possible that Robert could have been born as early as 1705. That is the year Harald Reksten likes to use, but we both typically use the following to describe him.... born ca. 1705-1711. I lean more toward the 1711 figure, but 1705 is certainly reasonable.

I believe Robert's sister Elizabeth was older than him, but again that is not known for sure. Harrison records indicate that Jeremiah married his wife around 1730 or so, and they estimate she was born around 1710 and that he was born around 1707. I typically put 1707-1710 for both of them. That said, most people erroneously have his wife (only wife) as Catherine Adams. But that is an error. His first wife was Elizabeth Patterson and I am 100% convinced of this based on Margaret Adams' 1744 will -- the original, not the clerk's transcript in the Will Book. He made a transcription error that has resulted in "masking" the identity of Jeremiah's wife ever since. His second wife was definitely a Catherine, but no one knows her maiden name either. It was NOT Adams. D.O. Hood assumed her name was Adams based on the fact that her mother had to have been Margaret Adams (Robert Patterson's mother). We know due to Margaret Addams' 1744 will where she names her granddaughter Esther Harrison, a daughter of Jeremiah Harrison. So the assumption was that if Esther was Margaret's granddaughter, and Catherine Harrison was the wife of Jeremiah, then Catherine must be Esther's mother, and therefore an Adams -- since Margaret was an Addams. But that's all wrong. Margaret married William Patterson, had daughter Elizabeth, who then married Jeremiah Harrison around 1730, had Esther Harrison shortly thereafter, and by 1744, Elizabeth was still alive. She died sometime between 1744 and 1757, which is when Catherine is on the scene for the first time as the wife of Jeremiah Harrison. But where the children of Margaret Addams added a codicil to the will of Margaret Adams in 1744, they signed it as Jane Love, Daniel Love (he was the one writing the codicil), and Elizabeth Harrison. However, when the clerk transcribed it into the Will Book, he mistakenly wrote the third name as Esther Harrison. Margaret's own will mentions her daughter Elizabeth, so the two together prove that Margaret's daughter Elizabeth (and based on age, Elizabeth Patterson), was the Elizabeth Harrison who signed the codicil. This means that half of Jeremiah Harrison's 17 children, at least, were children of the Patterson mother. It also means that NONE of the 17 children are descendants of any Adams. Robert Patterson and Jeremiah Harrison were close to each other in both DE and VA. They were brothers-in-law.

We do not know when or where Robert's father, William Patterson, was born or died. I presume he died before they migrated to America, but again, since we don't know when that happened either, we cannot be conclusive about that. If the family immigrated earlier, then they could have come over as Pattersons. If so, then William died in America, and the kids could have been born in America. OR, he could have died in Ireland/Scotland, therefore the kids were born "there", and they could have come over as a widowed Patterson family. OR, Margaret could have remarried in Ireland/Scotland, to John Addams, they could have immigrated as an Addams family, with some Patterson children and Addams children.

We do not know Margaret's maiden name. The mother of Robert definitely went by Margaret, but apparently her first name was Mary, as she got her Orange Co Va plantation under that name (Mary Adams). So we believe her name was Mary Margaret, but last name unknown. It was not Donnell as so many people say. D.O. Hood made a mistake in his assumptions in that regard in his book on the Tunis Hood Family. He assumed that the girl associated with the Jeremiah Harrison family, assumed to have been Lydia Donnell Harrison, was named as such after her grandmother's maiden name. That's a great leap. Fact is, when you look at the original documents, this girl is always mentioned as Lydia Donnell. No Harrison. Jeremiah was the sponsoring adult when she got baptized, but that's all. She later married a Harrison, and that became her married name. There were Donnells around the Linville Creek area, but that's just a coincidence.

After William died, probably around 1711/15, Margaret eventually married again, say around 1718/20, to John Addams. Place unknown. John died apparently by the mid 1720's, but date and location unknown.

Margaret appears to have had another 3 kids by John Addams. Don't know the name of the oldest girl, but she later married Andrew Donelson. I can give you more on that later. She then also had a son Samuel Addams, and then a daughter Jane Addams, who later married Daniel Love.

I would love to see what you finish up with. If you want more detailed reasons on the above distinctions, etc, I'll be glad to share that with you.

The only reason we know that Robert's father was named William is from that 1770 Tryon Co NC probate record where Robert disclaimed any rite to his mother's land in Augusta Co Va.

While it's possible that William was born as late as 1685, we cannot rule out the possibility that Margaret was a second wife, and that he was much older than her.
[Notes from Wesley Patterson to Patrick A. Patterson, 5 Mar 2015] 
Patterson, William (I1465)
 
25
Will information at Luzerne Co., PA
Patterson, Julia F. Wilkes-Barre City, 1907, Will # 407, Will Book AA, p. 637.
 
Burnet, Julia Frances (I2158)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Marks, William Rennie (I270)
 
27 In child birth Goodenow, Mercy (I1095)
 
28 " Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988; Newton Births, Marriages, Deaths; John and Abigail Marean; "M", p. 118." Ancestry.com, 2011. Source (S824)
 
29 " Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988; Newton Births, Marriages, Deaths; John and Abigail Marean; "M", p. 119." Ancestry.com, 2011. Source (S825)
 
30 " Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988; Newton Births, Marriages, Deaths; John and Abigail Marean; "M", p. 120." Ancestry.com, 2011.
 
Source (S826)
 
31 ".," (Ancestry.com, 2006). Source (S673)
 
32 "1850 US Federal Census; Lawrence, Tioga, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_830; Page: 121a; Image: 251 Ransom Marean Household." Ancestry.com, 2009. Source (S566)
 
33 "1850 US Federal Census; Union, Broome, New York; Roll: M432_478; Page: 430a; Image: 324; Hugh Thompson Household," (Ancestry.com, 2009). "1855 New York State Census; Union, Broom, NY Ed-2; Hugh Thompson Household.," (Ancestry.com, 2013). "1870 US Federal Census; Union, Broome, NY; Citing p. 4, Family 30, NARA Microfilm Publication M593, FHL Microfilm 000552406; Hugh Thompson Household," (FamilySearch, 2012). Thompson, Hugh (I3331)
 
34 "1860 US Federal Ceneus; Tioga, Tioga, New York; Roll: M653_867; Page: 188; Image: 192; Family History Library Film: 803867; Henry Manning Household," (Ancestry.com, 2009). Source (S568)
 
35 "1929 Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1938 and Registration of Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947; Ms 944, Reels 1-11. Archives of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Adeline Agusta Hughes [Marean]. County of York, Toronto, Canada Certificate 008770 No. 7817." Ancestry.com, 2010. Source (S554)
 
36 "1930 US Federal Census; Binghamton, Broome, New York; Roll: 1407; Page: 10b; Enumeration District: 0025; Image: 296.0; FHL Microfilm: 2341142; Darrell J. Marean Household." Ancestry.com, 2002. Source (S580)
 
37 "40th Wedding Anniversary - Dick and Doris Oliver Dwyer." Cortland Standard 25 Jul 1963, 8. Source (S732)
 
38 "Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections: Nancy Patterson," (AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002)., p.418652; [Sunday, 7 October 1841. Lot H, North 23 feet 2 inches from Ford Walk. Nancy Ann Patterson, eldest daughter of Chester and Mary Ann (Elliott) Patterson, was born in Union, N.Y., 21 June, 1826; and died at Newark Valley. Inscription: Nancy Ann, Daughter of Chester and Mary Patterson. Died Oct. 15th 1841, Aged 15 Yrs. 3 ms. 24 ds.] Patterson, Nancy Ann (I2152)
 
39 "Cemetery Transcriptions from the Nehgs Manuscript Collections: Captain Abraham Brown," (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002). p. 211542. Source (S382)
 
40 "Deacon Hezekiah Hubbard Memorial #88612129; Meeting House Cemetery; Rindge, Cheshire, NH." Find-A-Grave, 2012. Source (S746)
 
41 "Death of Mrs. Oliver." Cortland Standard 15 Dec 1917, 5. Source (S727)
 
42 "Dr. William Cabell, Find-A-Grave Memorial #7353127; Liberty Hall Cemetery, Warminster, Nelson, Va." Find-A-Grave, 2011. Source (S782)
 
43 "Francis Dwyer, Photo Studio Proprietor, Dies." Cortland Standard 3 Jun 1970, 12.

Francis Dwyer, Photo Studio Proprietor, Dies

Francis H. (Dick) Dwyer, 68, of 3 Cosmos Hill Rd. , Cortland, died this morning in his home.

Born April 1, 1902, he was the son of Richard and Katherine Connors Dwyer.

Mr. Dwyer was a communicant member of St. Mary's Church, a member of the Knights of Columbus-past Grand Knight and past Faithful Navigator (the first ever to hold the position in Cortland) , the Cortland Elks Club and Theatrical Stage Union. A life of resident of Cortland, he was the proprietor of Dwyer Studio here for many years.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Doris Oliver Dwyer; three daughters; Mrs. George (Joan) Tomidy of Lancaster, NY, Mrs. Alton (Nancy) Downes of. Akron, NY; and Mrs. Deanna Little of Cortland; a son, Richard of Cortland; eight grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Service will be at 8:30 a. m. Friday from McEvoy Funeral Home and 9 a. m. at St. Mary's Church.

Interment will be in-St. Mary's Cemetery.

Calling hours will Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral home. A recitation of the Rosary will be at 8 p. m. Thursday at the funeral home.
 
Dwyer, Francis H. "Dick" (I3544)
 
44 "Francis Dwyer, Photo Studio Proprietor, Dies." Cortland Standard 3 Jun 1970, 12. Source (S731)
 
45 "Funeral of Mrs. Ida Cabell Tanner Today." The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, 9 Oct 1939, 1. Source (S701)
 
46 "Inhabitants and Estates of the Town of Boston, 1630-1822 (Thwing Collection), p. 14249; Marriage of James Patterson & Mary Surrindine." New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001. Source (S652)
 
47 "James Bert [Sic] Marean Memorial #122970845; Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw, Ok," (Find-A-Grave, 2014). Source (S629)
 
48 "Joan H. Dwyer Is Bride of George James Tomidy." Ccortland Standard 2 Feb 1953, 7. Source (S733)
 
49 "Leonard Oliver Dies Saturday." Cortland Standard 6 Jan 1969, 9. Source (S730)
 
50 "Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915, Index," (FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VQ66-68K : accessed 25 Feb 2014), Beulah Patarson, 20 Jan 1741.). Source (S380)
 

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