|Death: ||Apr. 27, 1849|
This is a memorial for my fourth great grandfather
Revolutionary War as Ensign. Revolutionary War Pension File S-3632 National Archives
Son of John Patton & Susannah Espy
Wife: Elizabeth Tipton
Son: Josiah Patton
********Update May 13, 2011*********
The tombstone for Joseph Patton has been provided by the Veterans Administration and there were funds available to purchase very nice tombstones for Elizabeth, Isaac and Rebecca as well as the unmarried brother of Isaac (George Washington Patton).
********Update January 4, 2011*******
*from Casey Co KY Patton-Patten Reunion*
REPORT ON MONUMENTS from Paul Patton: At the 2010 reunion the announcement was made about purchasing tombstones for our ancestors buried in the Dickenson Cemetery (originally the Patton Cemetery) near Crossville, TN. I was successful in securing a government monument for our Revolutionary War Ancestor, Joseph Patton. Approximately $800 was raised at the reunion and from this I was able to purchase monuments for Joseph's wife, Elizabeth Tipton Patton and for John H.'s parents, Isaac and Rebecca Patton and for one of Isaac's brothers, George Washington Patton who never married. Plans were to erect these monument during the Christmas break from school but weather did not cooperate so I am now looking forward to Spring to complete this project. There were ample funds to cover all expenses, thanks to a very generous mark down by McKinley Monuments of Campbellsville, KY.
Elizabeth Tipton Patton (1770 - 1850)
George Washington Patton (1795 - 1860)*
Thomas Tipton Patton (1804 - 1866)*
Isaac Patton (1807 - 1886)*
Manerva Patton Dickerson (1848 - 1888)*
Created by: RhondaPattonWathen & Dan...
Record added: Aug 16, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57155005