|Barbara Halverson (#47308913)|
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I'm on a quest to find out more about my Patterson side of the family (mom's side). My grandfather was Harry Cleveland Patterson (born about 1890-1891 Marshall Co., Alabama). His father John William Patterson born between 1845-1850 in either Marshall Co., Alabama or Tennessee. John William Patterson was married to Mary Jane Williams. I believe my Patterson's, before Marshall Co., Alabama, were in either Lincoln or Sevier Co., Tennessee. I have always been told that we are Irish and Cherokee Indian. I believe John William Patterson's father was John Patterson, wife Nancy ?. He was born in Tennessee and had sisters Chilnessa Patterson Edmonds, and Priscilla Patterson LaFarlett.|
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|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: Raymond Dunham 146716285|
I have updated Raymond's memorial to include the names of his parents from the records of Spring Grove Cemetery.
You can access similar records by using the following link:
|Patricia Lawrence||RE: Patterson|
Hi there. I would not be surprised at all. My Family settled in lee County Texas. P
|H M G||RE: Elizar E. Griffin 44137069|
I have made the link and posted the information you requested. Thanks for all the additional information.
Please go in and delete your flower with it's long note. That is not a good thing to do; leaving a note with biographical information in flowers. Type out your information on the memorial, or if it is not your memorial, send a SAC to the memorial owner to request it be added. Then add your flower back without biographical information.
There are people who go through memorials and "flag" flowers with bio information and have them deleted. It would be a shame to have something with good information deleted because it is posted in the wrong place.
A SAC must be answered by the memorial manager in a timely manner (within 30 days, I think). If it is not, you can send a copy of your SAC to the email listed in the "Help with Find A Grave" section and it will be added for you by the admins.
Again, thanks for the information. I like to add that sort of thing. Makes the memorials look really nice, don't you think?
Added by H M G on Mar 02, 2016 6:45 PM
|Patricia Lawrence||Thank you|
Sounds like you could be right. I will check my tree for the connection. Pat
|Leon||RE: John Fuell/ Maud Patterson Fuell|
John Fuell and Maud Patterson Fuell were my great grandparents. John Henry Fuell (1908-1970) and Lena M. Fuell (1908-1990) were my grandparents.
I was born in 1970, so the only one that I knew was my grandmother Lena M. Fuell who lived in Grant, AL.
My father was Frank M. Fuell.
Are you related to the Fuells in some way?
Added by Leon on Nov 22, 2015 7:25 AM
|mike||RE: Harry Cleveland Patterson 1891-1960|
No I am not related to any Patterson's. I added most of the names at Wheat. Wheat Cemetery is where a lot of my family is interned.
Added by mike on Oct 08, 2015 1:48 AM
|Angie Smith||Luther Jackson Allen|
Barbara, thanks for the quick response to the change for Luther Allen. I have entered a separate request for his son, Jack Allen, to be connected to his parents.
|Lecia Moody||RE: Patterson family|
My mom has mentioned the name Alma Jean but she had dementia before she died and did not know who I was talking about when I mentioned it to her but I have heard her mentioned Alma Jean before as a relative. Wish I could help more.
I don't remember exactly where I got my list, but he is listed on this website.
Added by Maggie on Feb 14, 2015 3:50 PM
I'm sorry but I have no information on the Patterson family.
Added by Maggie on Feb 14, 2015 11:52 AM
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