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Pvt James Madison (Mattison) Patrick
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Birth: Mar. 4, 1841
Etowah County
Alabama, USA
Death: Dec. 5, 1888
Etowah County
Alabama, USA

James Madison married Emily Elizabeth Lovina Yeargin about 1864. She died July 13, 1871. Three children were born to this union: John T., Sarah L., and Mary A.

James Madison married Margaret Elizabeth Lovins January 31, 1872. They had three children: William Jackson, James Marcus, and Della.

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 A. Patrick, 53, GA; Nancy, 48, TN; Joshua 20 M, AL; James, 18 M, AL; Andrew, 16 M, AL; Benjamin, 14 M, AL; John W., 11 M, AL; Newton, 8 M, AL; Margaret Gilliland, 16 F, Thomas is guardian of Margaret (Nathaniel Read's Estate).

1870 Etowah Co. AL, pg 311: J.M. Patrick, 28, AL, Shoe Maker; L. Elizabeth, 26, AL; John T., 4 M, AL; Sarah, 3 F, AL; Mary, 4/12 F, AL.

1880 Etowah Co., AL: James M. Patrick, 39, AL, Collecting Taxes; Margaret G., 34, AL; John, 15, AL; Sarah L., 12, AL; Mary A., 11, AL; William, 6, AL; James M., 3, AL; Della A., 2, AL; James Johnson, 21, AL, farm hand.

From Alabama Civil War Database: James M. Patrick, Company I, 10 Alabama Regiment, was wounded at the battle of Gaines Mill VA. His left leg was amputated above the knee. He file an application for artificial limb October 21, 1867.

January 3, 1889: J.M. Patrick died at his home near Gadsden on 5th of December 1888. He was born in Etowah County November 1841. He was a member of the 10th Alabama Regiment and of Company I in the late war. He lost a leg in the seven days battle of Richmond, Virginia on the 27th June 1862. Soon after the war he married Miss Lizzie Yeargin. She died on 13th July 1871. On the 31st January 1872 he married Miss M.C, Lovins. He was the father of 3 children by his first wife and three by his last wife. Brother Patrick was elected to the office of tax collector in the year 1875, which office he held for four successive terms. He was a member of the Baptist Church.

Family links: 
  Thomas Austin Patrick (1806 - 1881)
  Nancy Read Patrick (1811 - 1882)
  Emily Elizabeth Lovina Yeargin Patrick (1844 - 1871)*
  Sarah Lou Patrick Ramey (1867 - 1948)*
  Mary A Patrick (1870 - 1888)*
  James Marcus Patrick (1876 - 1925)*
  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)*
*Calculated relationship
Greenwood Baptist Church Cemetery
Etowah County
Alabama, USA
Maintained by: Eugene Cornelius
Originally Created by: ausomeair
Record added: Jun 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37886139
Pvt James Madison (Mattison) Patrick
Added by: Dennis Ison
Pvt James Madison (Mattison) Patrick
Added by: ausomeair
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
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