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151 Age: 66 Pixley, David (I2112)
 
152 Age: 66 Myers, Benjamin Franklin (I3225)
 
153 Age: 67 Years Harvill, Dorothy Mae (I3305)
 
154 Age: 68 Paterson, James (I1105)
 
155 Age: 73 Patterson, Thomas (I2128)
 
156 Age: 73 Hammond, William Capt. (I3069)
 
157 Age: 78 Cabell, Robert Herbert Jr. (I3228)
 
158 Age: 79 Dudley, Dwight M D (I3245)
 
159 Age: 85 Patterson, Eliezer (I2095)
 
160 Age: 85 Hammond, Abigail (I3055)
 
161 Age: 85 Years Kitchens, Annie L (I2326)
 
162 Age: 87 Fudge, John Elmer (I696)
 
163 Alexander, son of Amariah, b. March 21, 1784, at Mendon Mass. d. June 20, 1866, married Sept 1807, Polly Camp, daughter of Col Asa Camp, Revolutionary Soldier. Polly b. Nov 23, 1791 d. Aug. 2, 1867. Their Photographs are still preserved. Alexander resided on the east side of Barnes Creek adjoining his brother, Paul, on a part of lot 84 formerly owned by his father Amariah. In 1830, he purchased his brother Pardon's "undivided ninth part of this lot 84. in his possession now being." Alexander and Paul are buried in the nearby LaMont Cemetery.
found at: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=connectville&id=I11498
 
Yates, Alexander (I1827)
 
164 Alexander, son of Amariah, b. March 21, 1784, at Mendon Mass. d. June 20, 1866, married Sept 1807, Polly Camp, daughter of Col Asa Camp, Revolutionary Soldier. Polly b. Nov 23, 1791 d. Aug. 2, 1867. Their Photographs are still preserved. Alexander resided on the east side of Barnes Creek adjoining his brother, Paul, on a part of lot 84 formerly owned by his father Amariah. In 1830, he purchased his brother Pardon's "undivided ninth part of this lot 84. in his possession now being." Alexander and Paul are buried in the nearby LaMont Cemetery.
found at: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=connectville&id=I11498 
Camp, Polly (I1684)
 
165 All of Marinda Camp Marean property, Benjamin's grandmother, was left to this individual. This included property formerly owened by Col. Asa Camp, a Revolutionary War hero from Owego, NY. Marean, Benjamin Charles (I884)
 
166 Allentown Cemetery Marean, Marinda E. (I1705)
 
167 Allentown Cemetery near her husband Lucien B. Marean. Biggs, Harriet E (I1704)
 
168 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Marean, Lucien B (I1082)
 
169 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Marean, Esther (I1134)
 
170 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Marean, Frederick (I1135)
 
171 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Marean, George E. (I1136)
 
172 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Marean, Henry (I1137)
 
173 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Warner, Martha (I3368)
 
174 Allentown Cemetery, Glen Aubrey, Broome, NY. Marean, Ralph (I3380)
 
175 Also known as Polly Sterritt, Mary (I2349)
 
176 An obituary for Joe Hill Lane noted his wife Lily Lane of Chester survived him. It would appear that he had a total of three wives: Sallie O. Lane b. 01-30-1883, d. 09-11-1943; Susan Jane Patterson (nee Simpson) b. 6 Jan 1892, d. 4 Jul 1975; and Lillie P. Swindell b. abt 1903, married 4 Sept 1973. Swindell, Lillie P (I795)
 
177 Andrew Y. Patterson's grave was found in December 2012 in the Patterson Family Cemetery near Ivey, Georgia. The exact GPS location is as follows:
A.Y. Patterson Grave
32.9693247 [32°55’45.5694”] N
-83.3422333 [-83°16’59.3718”] W

The grave was marked with a flat stone with the name A. Y. Patterson drawn in cement. The grave is difficult to find because it is in a depression on the back side of the cemetery and usually covered with leaves.
 
Patterson, Andrew Young (I1245)
 
178 Anna Delano Memorial #42907593; Maine Village Cemetery, Maine, Broome, NY ": Find-A-Grave, 2009 Source (S740)
 
179 Anna is buried in St. Peter & St. Paul's Cemetery, Elmira, NY in the Martin Powell plot. Looney, Anna (I964)
 
180 Another article, not sure if attached to the above, probably the Owego Gazette, date unknown regarding Roswell Camp. This would have been published in July 1875 if this was his 89th birthday. This somewhat confirms his date of birth as 20 Jul 1784:

"...On Saturday afternoon, the 19th inst., [stands for instant, or this month] the children and grand-children of Mr. Roswell Camp celebrated the eighty-ninth birdhday of that gentelman in Campville with a dinner at the hotel owned by Col. R. C. McNeil and known as the Roswell Camp Hotel. Mr. Camp's birthday occurred on the 20th inst., but owing to that day being Sunday, the family re-union was held on the day previous. There were seven families present, comprising about fifty persons. An excellent dinner was served, and a number of presents were made to Mr. Camp."
 
Camp, Roswell (I1683)
 
181 Apparently Joseph Black Patterson, Jr. was injured and died in Mississippi during the Civil War. It appears he was injured during the Vicksburgh Campaign in that the 36th Georgia Infantry was captured there on July 4, 1863.

Enlisted in Company G, Georgia 36th Infantry Regiment on 20 Jan 1862.
Mustered out on 24 Jul 1863 at Edward's Station, MS Hospl.
[Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865]

36th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Broyles')

36th (Glenn's) Infantry Regiment was organized at Dalton, Georgia , during the winter of 1861-1862 with many officers and men from the Dalton area. It was sent to Tennessee, then moved to Mississippi where it served in T.H. Taylor's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. The regiment fought at Champion's Hill and was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863. After being exchanged and brigaded under General Cummings, it fought with the Army of Tennessee from Chattanooga to Nashville, and ended the war in North Carolina. The unit was organized with 930 men, reported 43 casualties at Chattanooga, and totalled 267 men and 213 arms in December, 1863. In January, 1865, when it was consolidated with the 56th Georgia Regiment, 232 were present for duty. Few surrendered on April 26. The unit was commanded by Colonels C.E. Broyles and Jesse A. Glenn, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander M. Wallace, and Major John Loudermilk.
Source: National Park Service
[http://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-regiments-detail.htm?regiment_id=CGA0036RI01]
 
Patterson, Joseph Black Jr. (I1265)
 
182 April 3, 1906
Union Recorder
Mrs. Annie Bateman died at her home in Wilkinson county, Saturday the 24th ult., after a lingering illness. Her remains were laid to rest in Camp Creek cemetery, Sunday, the 25th. We sympathize with the bereaved ones.
http://www.georgiagenealogy.org/wilkinson/news1900.html#Eliza%20Bateman 
Bateman, Anna B. (I1574)
 
183 Arkwright Summit Cemetery Abbe, Ebenezer Amos (I988)
 
184 Artemas
Birth: Mar. 30, 1774
Framingham
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 11, 1851
Northborough
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Bulah Patterson (1740 - 1830)

Spouse:
Arsenath Hemenway Patterson (1778 - 1868)*

Children:
Brigham Patterson (1805 - 1888)*

Siblings:
Jonathan Patterson (1765 - 1846)*
Isaac Patterson (1769 - 1795)*
Artemas Patterson (1774 - 1851)
William Patterson (1782 - 1835)*

Burial:
Howard Street Cemetery
Northborough
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA

Created by: Spiderlily
Record added: May 08, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 129430067 
Source (S753)
 
185 Arthur Edward Marean is not buried with his first wife Mary Bean Marean in the Maine Cemetery, Maine, NY but in the Floral Park Cemetery, Johnson City, Broome County, NY with his 2nd wife Mary Vanostrand Marean.

Birth: 1854
Death: 1930

Family links:
Spouse:
Mary V. Marean (1872 - 1967)

Burial:
Floral Park Cemetery
Johnson City
Broome County
New York, USA

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Created by: Paul R
Record added: Aug 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57697891 
Marean, Arthur Edward (I2291)
 
186 At age 78 White, William (I3140)
 
187 At age 83. Surrindine, Mary (I2085)
 
188 At the death of her mother Eva Mary Patterson in Domaine d'Arnaubat, Bayonne Basses Pyrenees, France, the informant for the death certificate was her daughter, Mrs. de Lailhacar. ["Report of Death of an American Citizen; Eva Patterson Cabell, # 294651, Bordeaux, France." Office of Special Consular Services, US Department of State [Ancestry.com 2001], 2 Dec 1955.] In that she only had one daughter, it was probably Helen Patterson Cabell who acted as the informant. A newspaper clipping in 1923 reports the marriage of Helen Patterson Cabell to Jaeiius Albert Comte de Lailhacar of Paris France on 16 Dec 1923.

Marriage of Helen Patterson Cabell to Jaeiius Albert Comte de Lailhacar 16 Dec 1923:

"An account of the wedding of Helen Patterson Cabell of Surrey, England, is of interest to people in
this valley because of her relationship to the Patterson family, being a granddaughter of J. E. Patterson of
Wilkes-Barre who has long been prominently identified with lumber interests hereabouts. The bride is the
daughter of Robert Hervey and Mrs. Eva Patterson Cabell, and the brldegroom Jacques Albért, Comte de
Lailhacar, of Paris and Budapest, who Is a member of one of the oldest families in France. The ceremony
was celebrated in the American Church or the Holy Trinity, in Paris Dec 16 in the presence or a large
company. The bride was attended by the Baroness Lagatinerie, sister of the bridegroom, and a flower girl and
train bearer. After wedding breakfast at Hotel Claridge, the bride bridegroom left on a wedding trip to
Southern France."

Transcript from "Personal Mention: Marriage of Miss Helen Patterson Cabell." Pittston Gazette [Pittston, PA] 3 Jan 1923, 3.
 
Cabell, Helen Patterson (I3230)
 
189 At the time of her marriage she was from Peterborough, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA according to Charlotte Whitcomb. Mitchell, Jennet (I1625)
 
190 Atoy Cemetery Simpson, John Randolph (I206)
 
191 August 1937 , Jacksonville, Florida

Benjamin Patterson was buried in Rosemary Church Cemetary near Metter, Georigia.

Jacksonvillle, Florida obituary newspaper clipping (approximately in August 1937) reads as follows:

PATTERSON -- Benjamin Franklin Patterson, 65, died Saturdya in his home at 318 East 1st Street. He was a native of Bibb County, Georgia and came to Jacksonville 12 years ago from Jenkins County, Georgia. He was a member of the F & A M. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Bertha E. Patterson; seven daughters, Mrs. A. C. Edenfield, Mrs. L. H. Turner, Mrs. Lula Lewis, Mrs. H. D. Robinson, Mrs. Mary O'Quinn, Mrs. Milton O'Quinn, and Miss Bertha Patterson; three sons, W. Z. Patterson, J. G. Patterson, and B. F. Patterson, Jr., all of Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs. L. N. Lanier, Metter, Georgia. The body was forwarded last night to Metter for funeral services and interrment. Local arrangements were under direction of Key-McCabe funeral home.
 
Patterson, Benjamin F (I2019)
 
192 Baldwin-Hamilton-Carpenter Burial Plot Phelps, Jerusha (I2107)
 
193 Barnes, Deborah J. Chauncey. "Cemetery Reading of Maine Cemetery / Village Cemetery Maine, Broome County, NY." 64. Maine, NY, 1999. Source (S491)
 
194 Barnes, Deborah J. Chauncey. "Cemetery Reading of Maine Cemetery/Village Cemetery, Maine, Broome County, NY." Oct 1999. Source (S547)
 
195 Barnes, Deborah J. Chauncey. "Cemetery Reading of Maine Cemetery/Village Cemetery, Maine, Broome County, NY." Oct 1999. Source (S559)
 
196 BAYETTE JOSEPH died Aug. 13, 1857 age 56y 5m
NANCY A. wife of Joseph, died Nov. 19, 1864 age 64y 2m
http://tioga.nygenweb.net/congrega.htm 
Root, Nancy Ann (I703)
 
197 Beaver Dam Cemetery Fountain, Mitchell Newton (I1570)
 
198 Beaver Dam Cemetery Fountain, Hyman (I2490)
 
199 Beaver Dam Cemetery Thompson, Georgia Ann (I2493)
 
200 Belvidere Cemetery, Belvidere, Boone, Il. Marean, Marvin Clark (I1617)
 

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