North Carolina, USA
St. Louis County
Born in Cane Creek, North Carolina, the daughter of John and Christian Horneday, Keziah Horneday married John Patterson Sr., the son of John and Margaret Patterson, in 1780. When John and Keziah came to Missouri in May of 1797, they brought with them 10 children under the age of 15. Among their children were William, Eleonor, Elisha, Keziah, Lydia Irecon, Sanders, John Jr., Jane, Anna, and Rhoda. Only four of the children are buried in Coldwater Cemetery, including William Patterson, the eldest, who married Assenath Piggott, daughter of Captain James Piggott of Piggott's Fort, Illinois (near Cahokia) and Frances James Ballew Piggott. Both John Patterson Sr. and Captain Piggott were Revolutionary War veterans, but had served in different areas -- Patterson in North Carolina, Piggott in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the West.
When Keziah died she was only 45 years old. John, who outlived her by 30 years and remarried (to Sarah "Sallie" Patterson -- a widowed cousin), is also buried at Coldwater.
John Patterson (1760 - 1839)
William Patterson (1782 - 1860)*
Eleonor Patterson Ellis (1782 - 1868)*
Elisha Patterson (1783 - 1854)*
George Washington Patterson (1791 - 1879)*
John Patterson (1796 - 1833)*
Ann Patterson Hubbard (1798 - 1873)*
Rhoda Patterson Lillard (1804 - 1887)*
Note: The marker for Keziah Horneday Patterson is a replacement; no original marker was found. Hers is the oldest known burial at Cold Water Cemetery.
St. Louis County
Maintained by: John Ival Blair
Originally Created by: T.V.F.T.H.
Record added: May 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52756049