Patterson, George W.

Birth Name Patterson, George W.
Gender male
Age at Death 82 years, 10 months, 12 days

Narrative

George Patterson was one of those who made the move. He had been born in St. Francis, Missouri, 7 January 1843 to James and Sarah THOMPSON Patterson according to his death certificate. His Civil War discharge gave his place of birth as St. Genevieve County, Missouri. George was captured as a young man by the troops of Confederate Jeff Thompson, the Swamp Fox of the Civil War, and impressed into the Confederate Army. He escaped from Island 10 in the Mississippi river and had gone back to Kentucky where he enlisted in the 4th Regiment Tennessee Infantry (USA). After the War, George married Margaret J. Brannan of Greene County on 15 June 1868. They had been recorded in the Census of 1870 with daughter Alice age 1. This family group in the move would have been:

George Patterson Age 28
Margaret BRANNAN Age 27
Laura Alice Age 2
Total 3

The Tale of a Wagon Train of Immigrants from Greene Co, TN to Howell Co., MO - 1871

Several other families from the Bright Hope Furnace area of Greene County, unrelated to our family members, came later to join the Greene County immigrants. They included members of the Ottinger, Nease, Smith, and Rader families.

The three who made the trip together from Tennessee to Missouri in the 1871 Wagon Train and who are now lying in the Pine Grove Cemetery, just west of Willow Springs, Missouri, are George Patterson, Daniel Boles, and Thomas Jefferson Ferguson. They had brought the name for Pine Grove Church and Cemetery with them from the their former home in the Bright Hope Furnace Area of Greene Co., TN.

Refer: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngreene/1871wagontrain.html

(Provided by Audrey Steffee)

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 7 Jan 1843 St. Francois, Missouri, United States of America    
Death 19 Nov 1925 Willow Springs, Howell, Missouri, United States of America    
Military Service from 12 Jan 1863 to 15 Jun 1863      
Burial 21 Nov 1925 Pine Grove Cemetery, Howell, Missouri, United States of America    

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Patterson, James G.about 1811after 1860
Mother Thompson, Sarah Annabout 1822before 1860
    Sister     Patterson, Martha E. about 1840
    Sister     Patterson, Sarah J. M. about 1842
         Patterson, George W. 7 Jan 1843 19 Nov 1925
    Sister     Patterson, Margaritte A. about 1847
 
Father Patterson, James G.about 1811after 1860
Stepmother Morrow, Martha E.

Families

Family of Patterson, George W. and Brannan, Margaret J.

Married Wife Brannan, Margaret J. ( * about 1845 + 27 May 1875 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 9 Jul 1868 Greene, Tennessee, United States of America    
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Patterson, Laura Alice21 May 18692 Aug 1929
Patterson, James Ira4 Aug 1874

Family of Patterson, George W. and Luttrell, Sarah R.

Married Wife Luttrell, Sarah R. ( * about 1844 + 16 Mar 1885 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 5 May 1876 Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee, United States of America    
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Patterson, infantabout 1880

Family of Patterson, George W. and Nease, Mary A.

Married Wife Nease, Mary A. ( * 5 Oct 1854 + about 1890 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 15 Feb 1886 Howell, Missouri, United States of America    

Family of Patterson, George W. and Green, Elizabeth I.

Married Wife Green, Elizabeth I. ( * 3 Jun 1870 + 9 Feb 1950 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 15 Oct 1890 Howell, Missouri, United States of America    
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Patterson, Elizabeth Charlotte2 Oct 189121 Dec 1970
Patterson, Phillip Green11 Aug 189323 Feb 1963

Family Map

Family Map

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