|Birth: ||Feb. 28, 1834|
|Death: ||Nov. 4, 1913|
Thomas Austin was a son of Thomas Austin Patrick Sr. and Nancy Read. He married Deby Ann Lucretia Dalrymple Oct. 1, 1854 in DeKalb County, Alabama. Ten children were born to Austin and Deby. Upon Deby's death, Austin married Martha J. Wilson May 14, 1885 in Hopkins County, Texas. There were no children of this second marriage.
1850 DeKalb Co., AL, pg 330: Thomas A. Patrick, 43, GA; Nancy, 39, TN; Ezekiel, 19 M, TN; William C., 18 M, TN; Thomas A., 16 M, TN; Joshua, 10 M, AL; James M., 8 M, AL; Andrew J., 6 M, AL; Benjamin F., 4 M, AL; John W., 1 M, AL.
1860 DeKalb Co., AL, pg 227: Thomas Patrick, 26, farmer, TN; Wife Debian, 24, SC; Hanna, 4 F, AL; Mary Ann, 3 F, AL; Henry A.,1 M, AL.
1870 Woodruff Co., AR, pg 463: Thomas A. Patrick, 36, farm Laborer..TN; Debbey L., 34, AL; Hannie E., 14 F, AL; Mary A., 13 F, AL; Henry A., 11 M, AL; Rachal L., 10 F, AL; Nancy A., 8 F, AL; Susan, 5 F, AL; William A., 2 M, AL.
1880 Hopkins Co., TX, ED 59, pg 184D: Thomas Patrick, 44, TN; Ann D., 44, AL; Mary A., 23, AL; Henry, 21, AL; Rachel, 19, AL; Nancy A., 17, AL; Susan, 14, AL; William, 12, AR; Odis, 6, AR; Tiria, 3, TX.
1900 Hopkins Co., TX, ED 53, Sh 17B: Thomas, Feb 1834, 66, TN; Martha J., Jan 1838, 62, AL; Annie E. Partlo, Sep 1855, 44, AL, (Hannah Partlow, Dau); Otis B., Jan 1874, 26, TX; Robert H. Vaughan., Oct 1886, 13, TX (grandson); Perry A. Vaughan, Jul 1888, 11, TX (granddaughter).
1910 Hopkins Co., TX, ED 63, Sh 5B: Tom A. Patrick, 76, TN; M.J., 72, AL; Hannie Partlow, 54, AL (daughter).
From Alabama Civil War Database: Thomas A. Patrick,enlistment date March 1, 1862. Married, Farmer, age 25. He was present at Yorktown VA April 1862 to Seven Pines May 31, 1862. Severely wounded in battles before Richmond VA, June 27, 1862. Absent wounded. Battle before Richmond June 30, 1864 to Sharpsburg September 17, 1864.
From the Cumby Rustler, Fri., Nov. 7, 1913:
T.A. Patrick died at his home in the Mount Zion community. Interment was made in the Mt. Zion cemetery with services conducted by Rev. Humphreys. Mr. Patrick was born in Lincoln County, Tenn., Feb 28, 1834. When about two years of age his parents moved to Little Wills Valley, DeKalb County, Alabama, where he grew to manhood, and where, in the spring of 1861, he enlisted in Co., I, 10th Alabama Infantry, General Wilcox's Brigade, and saw much fighting with the Army of Northern Virginia. He was wounded in the second day's battle in the memorable seven days fighting at Williamsburg, near Richmond, Va., and was an invalid during the remainder of the war, remaining nearly all of the time in the hospital at Richmond. Mr. Patrick had been married twice. His first wife died in 1882, and the second wife, to whom no children were born, survives him. The first union, nine children were born, three of whom are dead. Of those living, three boys, W.A. lives at Mangum, Okla., and H.A. and O.B. live in the Mount Zion vicinity. Of the daughters, Mrs. Susan Sharp lives near Wolfe City, and Mrs. H.E. Partlow and Mrs. Terah Burns reside near the old home place. After the war, Mr. Patrick lived four years in Woodruff County, Arkansas, moving to Texas in 1871, living one year near Ladonia in Fannin County; three years in Hunt County and had lived in Hopkins County nearly forty years. Member of the Baptist Church.
Thomas Austin Patrick (1806 - 1881)
Nancy Read Patrick (1811 - 1882)
Deby Ann Lucretia Dalrymple Patrick (1836 - 1882)
Martha Jane Wilson Patrick (1838 - 1919)*
Hannah E. Patrick Partlow (1855 - 1941)*
Mary Ann Patrick (1857 - 1881)*
Henry Austin Patrick (1858 - 1948)*
Rachel Lucretia Patrick Vaughn (1860 - 1889)*
Nancy Ann Patrick (1862 - 1882)*
Susan Alberta Patrick Sharp (1865 - 1939)*
William Asbestos Patrick (1867 - 1944)*
Odis B. Patrick (1874 - 1948)*
Tera Jane Patrick Burns (1876 - 1955)*
Ezekiel Patrick (1831 - 1863)*
William Carroll Patrick (1832 - ____)*
Thomas Austin Patrick (1834 - 1913)
Joshua Patrick (1839 - 1918)*
James Madison (Mattison) Patrick (1841 - 1888)*
Andrew Jackson Patrick (1844 - 1924)*
Benjamin Franklin Patrick (1846 - 1902)*
John Worth Patrick (1848 - 1918)*
Nathaniel Patrick (1849 - 1850)*
Newton Patrick (1852 - 1930)*
Mount Zion Cemetery
Created by: Eugene Cornelius
Record added: May 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36695264