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Robert Patterson of Augusta County, Virginia and Elizabeth King of the same county married in 1752 and had the following children: William born 21 October 1753, Robert 1755, Catherine abt.1760, Elizabeth, and Ann Patterson. Robert and Elizabeth's son William served in the American Revolution. William served four tours of service, among them the battle at Long Island in the Holston river area in Tennesse and the battle at Kings Mtn. William married Nancy English abt.1777 in the Holston river area and later settled in Anderson County, Tn. Their children were: Robert E.born 1777, Mary, John W. abt.1795, Sally, Jennie, Emillia(millie)1801, Betsy, William (billy) 1779, Matthew 3/11/1796, and English 1801. | Patterson family decendacy | Robert and Elizabeth KIng-William Patterson and Nancy English | Patterson, Daugherty, Hamby, and Armes | Contact Me if you have information on the Patterson, Duncan, Daugherty, Hamby and Armes Family histories.
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Robert and Elizabeth KIng-William Patterson and Nancy English

Robert Patterson B. 1727 Augusta County, Va. Died: 1799 in Hawkins County, Tn. Spouse: Elizabeth King b. 1731 Dumfieshire, Ireland immigrated with her family to Agusta County, Va. d.o.d. unknown. Children: William Patterson b. 21 October 1753 Agusta County, Va. Died: 1849 in Anderson County, Tn. Robert 1755, Catherine Patterson-English ca.1760, Elizabeth(betsy), and Ann Patterson.

William Patterson b.21 October 1753 Agusta County,Va. died; 1849 Anderson County, Tn. married Nancy English b. ca. 1754 Hawkins County, Tn. died: 1841 Anderson County, Tn. children: Robert E.1777, Mary, John W. ca. 1795, Sally, Jennie, Emillia(milly) 1801, Betsy, William Jr. 1779, Matthew 1796, and English 1805. William's son Robert E. fought in the war of 1812 and his other son John W. immigrated to Boone, Missouri and fought in the Mexican/ American war in Texas.

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