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Henry Patton 1660

 

The Clarks of Otter Creek and Related Families
ID: I05917
Name: Henry PATTON 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1660 in Dundee, Scotland
Reference Number: CLRK5924
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN
Children
Matthew PATTON
Thomas PATTON
Henry PATTON
David PATTON
Benjamin PATTON
Hugh PATTON
Richard PATTON
Robert PATTON b: 1685 in Donegal, Ireland
James PATTON b: ABT. 1692 in County of Derry, Province of Ulster, Ireland
John J. PATTON , Sr. b: ABT. 1695 in County of Derry, Province of Ulster, Ireland
Elizabeth PATTON b: ABT. 1695 in County of Derry, Province of Ulster, Ireland
Sources:
Title: Clint Joyce, e-mail 07-06-19:
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Page: 1
Text: Henry Patton was married to Sarah Lynn, daughter of David Lynn, Laird of Loch Lynn, Scotland.
Title: Journey to the Cumberlands
Author: Caster Denton Patton
Publication: Route 1, Box 117, Dothan, Alabama; May 1988
Repository:
Note: Copy in Possession of Fay L. Clark
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: p. 2
Text: "Not confirmed."

William Preston Anderson - Virginia
ID: I088
Name: Henry Patton
Sex: M
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn
Children
James Patton b: 1692

The Richard Stockton of New Jersey Family
: I16785
Name: Henry PATTON
Given Name: Henry
Surname: Patton
Sex: M
Birth: in ,,,Ireland
Note:
!THE STOCKTON PROJECT, Pam Jeglinski; FEB 2000
!HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KY, THOMAS MARSHALL GREEN, 1889
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN b: in ,,,Ireland
Children
John PATTON birth b: in Londonderry,,Ulster,Ireland
James PATTON birth b: in Londonderry,,Ulster,Ireland
Elizabeth PATTON birth b: in Londonderry,,Ulster,Ireland
William PATTON birth
Matthew PATTON birth b: in Londonderry,,Ulster,Ireland
Thomas PATTON birth
Robert PATTON birth b: 1685 in ,,,Ireland
Henry PATTON birth b: in ,,,Ireland
David PATTON birth

Ball and Autrey Ancestry
Ball and Autrey Ancestry of Donna L. Ball Autrey and Thomas M. Autrey
ID: I2471
Name: Henry PATTON
NSFX: (Jr.)
Title: (Jr.)
Sex: M
Birth: in Ireland
Death: in Ireland
Change Date: 8 APR 1999 at 12:16:29
Father: Henry PATTON b: in Ireland?
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN
Children
James PATTON b: Abt 1692 in Newton,Limavady,Londonderry Co.,Ireland
Elizabeth PATTON
John PATTON b: in Ireland

Huff and Gore Family Trees
ID: I324
Name: Henry PATTON
Sex: M
Birth: 1660 in Caiggo, Dundee, Scotland
Note: Henry, with three brothers was in the army of William of Orange and participated in the defense of Londonderry from April to August 1689. He was present at the battle of the Boyne 1 July 1690. Henry and his family left Scotland during the reign of James the Second of England. He settled in the province of Ulster in North of Ireland, near the town of Newtonlimavady in the county of Derry (Now Londonderry).
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN b: in Scotland
Children
John PATTON b: ABT. 1689 in Londonderry, Pro. Ulster, Ireland
James PATTON
Elizabeth PATTON
Charles PATTON
William PATTON
David PATTON
Three Females PATTON

The Roseberry-Keister Family Tree
ID: I5678
Reference Number: 5678
Name: Henry Patton 1 2
Sex: M
Change Date: 19 SEP 2000
Birth: 1660 in Caiggo, Dundee, Scotland 3
Note: 4
Henry Patton and three brothers were in the army of William of Orange and participated in the defense of Londonderry from April to August 1689. He was present at the Battle of the Boyne, July 1st, 1690. Henry and family left
Scotland during the reign of James the Second of England. He settled in the Province of Ulster in the north of Ireland near the Town of Newtonlimavady in the County of Derry (now Londonderry).

From ""James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists", Anne Rhea Bruce:
Henry and Sarah lived inthe Manor of Springfield, Parish of Clondevaddock, Barony of Kilmacrenan, County Donegal. Mary Preston Gray, in her book "The Family Tree" states this Henry was a ship builder, operating merchant ships.

From "A Chronicle of the American Lineage of the Pattons" by C. L. Patton, Springfield, Illinois, 1954, pp 10-11:
The earliest authentic record of the Patton family is of one Henry Patton, who was born in the Lowlands of Scotland near the town of Dundee. He was married to Sarah Lynn, daughter of the Laird of Loch Lynn, Scotland. There
were several children born to this marriage, the names of three being known: John, James and Elizabeth. There were three other daughters and several sons, one of whom was presumably William. Probably others of this union
were Matthew, Thomas, Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh.

Henry and his family left Scotland during the reign of James the Second of England. He settled in the Provinde of Ulster in the north of Ireland, near the town of Newton-Limavady, in the County of Derry (now Londonderry).
There John, James and Elizabeth were born.

All of these Pattons were in Pennsylvania at the same time and all owned land in Lancaster County. Their names all appear in Augusta County, Virginia records at a later t ime. They were all property owners in Augusta and
resided in the same vicinity.

There has been a tradition in the Patton family, handed down from generation to generation, that one of the Patton ancestors was the father of "eleven sons, all over six feet in height." Henry ws probably the ancestor referred
to in this legend.

It is not known if Henry migrated to America, but there is definite evidence that John, James and Elizabeth took up their residence in August County, Virginia. In the Pennsylvania archives the names of William, Matthew,
Thomas, Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh all appear as purchasers of parcels of land in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, as follows;

William Patton - 200 acres, July 23, 1735; Matthew Patton - 200 acres, October 29, 1735; Thomas Patton - 100 acres, October 13, 1739; Robert Patton - 200 acres, June 3, 1741; Henry Patton - no date; David Patton - no date;
Benjamin Patton - no date; Hugh Patton - no date. The records of all of these ppurchases are found in the same volume of the Archives and extend over a period from 1735 to 1744. All of these holdings were in Lancaster County.
The names of all these Pattons are found at a later date in the records of August County, Virginia.

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 27, Ed. 1, Tree #2183, Date of Import: Aug 12, 2000]

Event: Milit-Beg APR 1689- AUG 1689
Note: Henry Patton and three brothers were in the army of William of Orange during the defense of Londonderry and later was present at the Battle of Boyne, July 1st, 1690 5
Immigration: AFT 1690
Note: From Scotland to Ireland settling in Province of Ulster, near the town of Newtonlimavady, County of Derry. 5
Residence: AFT 1690 Manor of Springfield, Parish of Clondevaddock, Barony of Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Ireland 6
Occupation: ship builder, operating merchant ships 7
Death: 1743 in Clondevaddock Parrish, Barony of Kilmacremon Co., of Dublin (Ulster) Ireland 8
Father: Henry Patton b: 31 JAN 1626/27 in Ramoigh Parish, Donegal,,, Ireland
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn b: 1664 in Kilmacrenan, Scotland
Married: ABT 1685 9 2
Children
Richard Patton b: ABT 1685
Thomas Patton b: 1686
John Patton b: ABT 1689 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry),, Ireland
Andrew Patton b: BEF 1690
James Patton b: 08 JUL 1692 in Newton Limavady, Limavady, Londonderry, Ireland
Robert Patton b: ABT 1695
Charles Patton b: ABT 1695 in Ireland
David Patton b: ABT 1695
Patton b: ABT 1695
Patton b: ABT 1695
Patton b: ABT 1695
Matthew Patton b: ABT 1695
Benjamin Patton b: ABT 1695
Elizabeth Patton b: 25 DEC 1700 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry),, Ireland
Henry Patton b: ABT 1705
William Patton b: ABT 1706 in Ireland
Hugh Patton b: ABT 1710
Sources:
Title: The Compendium of American Geneaolgy, 1600s-1800s
Abbrev: Compendium American Genealogy
Author: Virkus
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1997
Page: v. 5; p. 164.
Title: James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists
Abbrev: Patton and Colonists
Author: Johnson, Patricia Givens
Publication: Edmonds Printing Inc., Pulaski, VA, 1983
Page: p. 4
Title: Coming to America: A Chronicle of the American Lineage of the Pattons
Abbrev: Coming to Americal
Author: Patton, C. L.
Publication: Springfield, IL, 1954
Page: quoted from within World Family Tree, Vol. 27, Tree #2183
Title: World Family Tree Research, Vol. 1-27
Abbrev: World Family Tree
Publication: Broderbund Software, Inc.
Title: World Family Tree Vol. 27, Ed. 1
Abbrev: World Family Tree Vol. 27
Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
Publication: Release date: September 15, 1998
Note:
Customer pedigree.
Page: Tree #2183
Title: James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists
Abbrev: Patton and Colonists
Author: Johnson, Patricia Givens
Publication: Edmonds Printing Inc., Pulaski, VA, 1983
Page: quoted from within World Family Tree, Vol. 27, Tree #2183
Title: The Family Tree
Abbrev: Family Tree
Author: Gray, Mary Preston
Page: quoted from within World Family Tree, Vol. 27, Tree #2183
Title: World Family Tree Vol. 24, Ed. 1
Abbrev: World Family Tree Vol. 24
Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
Publication: Release date: July 16, 1998
Note:
Customer pedigree.
Page: Tree #0881, Date of Import: Sep 6, 2000
Title: The Compendium of American Geneaolgy, 1600s-1800s
Abbrev: Compendium American Genealogy
Author: Virkus
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1997
Page: v. 5; p. 164. Lists c. 1670

Bigg-Forsythe-Fritts-Hicks-McRorey-Rabenau-Westenberger- Williams & Many More
ID: I1352
Name: Henry PATTON
Given Name: Henry
Surname: PATTON
Sex: M
Birth: 1676 in Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Northern Ireland
Note:
This and almost all other material found on the Patton family camefrom the book "William Preston and the Allegheny Patriots"
I'm purely speculating on year of birth and marraige - more researchneeds to be done on this family.
Apparently the house and lands that Henry owned and lived on wereawared to him by William of Orange for supporting the Protestant causein 1689. It was called Springfield Manor, there was also CroghanHouse. Croghan House overlooked Mulroy Bay, it was said the view wasbeautiful - rolling fields in the foregound, the Bay beyond and in theback the mountains. Springfield Manor was torned down in 1968 - ithad sixteen rooms and was a massive two-storied Irish manor house.
1
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn b: 1685 in Northern Ireland
Married: 1696 in Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Northern Ireland
Children
James PATTON b: 1692 (abt) in Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Northern Ireland
Richard PATTON b: 1700 in Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Northern Ireland
Andrew PATTON b: 1702 in Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Northern Ireland
Elizabeth PATTON b: 1700 (abt) in Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Northern Ireland
Sources:
Abbrev: William Preston & the Allegheny Patriots
Title: Biography of William Preston - 1729
Author: Patricia Givens Johnson
Publication: B.D. Smith & Bros. Library of Congress Card # 76-9446

Our Fitchett, Harbison, Nix, Wescott and Related Families
ID: I3806
Name: Henry PATTON
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1650 in Ferrochie, Fifeshire, Scotland
Death: bet 1695-1754
Change Date: 19 DEC 1999
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN b: ABT 1664 in Ireland
Children
James PATTON b: ABT 1692 in Newton Limvaddy, Londonderry, Ireland

Jack/Jacks/Jacques & J.V. Thompson Journals
ID: I42968
Name: Henry PATTON
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1660 in Scotland
Death: Y
Note:
Henry Patton was born in the lowlands of Scotland near the town of Dundee. He married Sarah Lynn. Several children were born to this marriage, at least 3 being substatiated: John, James and Elizabeth. There were 3 other daughters, not named & several sons, one of whom was probably William. Other probable sons of this marriage were Matthew, Thomas, Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh.

Henry Patton and his family left Scotland during the reign of James II of England. Patton settled in the Province of Ulster Northern Ireland, near the town of Newton-Limavady, in the County of Derry (now Londonderry).

Henry, with three brothers, was in the army of William of Orange and participated in the Defense of Londonderry from April to August, 1689. He was present at the Battle of the Boyne, July 1, 1690.

There has been a tradition in the Patton family that one of the Patton ancestors was the father of "eleven sons, all over six feet in height". Henry was probably the ancestor referred to in this legend.

It is not known if Henry migrated to America with his children, John, James and Elizabeth who all took up residence in Augusta Co., VA. In the PA archives, the names of William, Matthew, Thomas, Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh appear as purchasers of parcels of land in Lancaster County, PA as follows:
1. William Patton - 200 acres, July 23, 1735
2. Matthew Patton - 200 acres, October 29, 1735
3. Thomas Patton - 100 acres, October 13, 1739
4. Robert Patton - 200 acres, June 3, 1741
5. Henry Patton - no date
6. David Patton - no date
7. Benjamin Patton - no date
8. Hugh Patton - no date
The names of all these Pattons are found at a later date in the records of Augusta Co, VA.
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN b: in Scotland
Children
John PATTON b: Abt 1689 in Newton-Limavady, Derry, Ireland
James PATTON b: 1692 in Newton, Limavaddy, Northern Ireland
Elizabeth PATTON b: Abt 1695 in Newton-Limavady, Derry, Ireland

The Stockton Project
ID: I9539
Name: Henry Patton
Given Name: Henry
Surname: Patton
Title: I
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1662 in ,,,Ireland
Death: 1743 in ,,Ulster,Ireland
Change Date: 04 Aug 2000 at 11:33:06
Note:
!THE STOCKTON PROJECT, Pam Jeglinski; FEB 2000
*HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY, THOMAS MARSHALL GREEN, 1889, PG 8; "James Patton (husb of ? Burden) came with his brother-in-law, John Preston...
*DESC. OF WILLIAM PATTON, David Agricola, M.D., Lakewood, OH, 1998; fought at
Battle of Boyne, 1 JUN 1690; died at Springfield, Parish of Clondevaddock, Barony of Kilmacrenon, County Donegal (Ulster), Ireland in 1743; married Sarah Lynn about 1680-1684, d/o William or David Lynn
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn
Children
James Patton birth b: 1692 in ,,,Ireland
Elizabeth Patton birth b: 25 Dec 1700 in ,,Ulster,Ireland

FAMILY TIES
ID: I10658
Name: Henry Patton
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1660 in Fifeshire, Scotland
Death: in Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland
Note: Historic Families of KY by Thomas Marshall Green:
Father: William Patton b: ABT. 1630 in Fifeshire, Scotland
Mother: Margaret b: in Fifeshire, Scotland
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn b: in Loch Lynn, Scotland
Children
William Patton b: ABT. 1710 in Ulster, Northern Ireland
John J. Patton
James Patton b: ABT. 1692 in Newton Limvaddy, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Elizabeth Patton
Matthew Patton
Thomas Patton
Henry Patton
David Patton

The ties that bind us together
ID: I10658
Name: Henry Patton
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1660 in Fifeshire, Scotland
Death: in Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland
Note: Historic Families of KY by Thomas Marshall Green:
Father: William Patton b: ABT. 1630 in Fifeshire, Scotland
Mother: Margaret b: in Fifeshire, Scotland
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn b: in Loch Lynn, Scotland
Children
William Patton b: ABT. 1710 in Ulster, Northern Ireland
John J. Patton
James Patton b: ABT. 1692 in Newton Limvaddy, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Elizabeth Patton
Matthew Patton
Thomas Patton
Henry Patton
David Patton

Snapp Family
ID: I2062
Name: Henry Patton
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1670 in Dundee, Scotland
Father: Henry Patton b: ABT. 1640
Marriage 1 Sarah Lynn b: ABT. 1670 in Barony of Kilmacrenon, Donegal, Ireland
Children
William Patton b: ABT. 1698

MacIntyre
I9258
Name: Mr. (Henry) PATTON
Sex: M
Note:
Note: From: Mike & Fay Clark
Note:
Note:
Ah, yes, those naming patterns! The children of Henry Patton (b. ca. 1660 Scotland) and Sarah Lynn migrated to America in the years surrounding 1729. Their migration en masse to America may have been triggered by John LEWIS, the husband of
Sarah LYNN's sister Margaret, as John killed his Irish landlord in defense of his family. LEWIS was forced to flee Ireland for Portugal, and eventually ended up in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (with his family) in the winter of 1730-31.
These are years in which Henry & Sarah Lynn PATTON's children are documented to have purchased land in
Note:
Lancaster Co. Elizabeth PATTON, one of Henry & Sarah's daughters, married John PRESTON abt. 1716 in County Derry, Ireland, over the objections of her parents. They emigrated to America in 1738. They lived for several years in the home of her
brother Col. James PATTON on his estate of "Spring Hill" near the present town of Staunton, Virginia. Their descendants read like a "Who's Who" of early America--a famous family, indeed. Someone also mentioned the marriage of Robert PATTON to
Margaret WOOD. These families appear also to have intermarried in Lancaster Co, PA, and Orange Co, NC, as well as in the old country. My own brick wall ends at the marriage of Hymelius PATTON and Nancy WOODS in Orange Co, NC. A tradition in
the Patton family that has been handed down from generation to generation is that one of the PATTON ancestors had "eleven sons, all over six feet in height." C. L. Patton asserts that Henry was probably the ancestor referred to in this legend.
("A Chronicle of the American Lineage of the Pattons," C. L. Patton. Springfield, Illinois: 1954.)
Note:
Note: 1. John Patton married Miss Rogers and Agnes _______
Note: 2. James Patton married Mrs. Osborn
Note: 3. Elizabeth Patton married John Preston
Note: Three other daughters.
Note: Several sons--probably:
Note: 1. William Patton
Note: 2. Matthew Patton
Note: 3. Thomas Patton
Note: 4. Robert Patton
Note: 5. Henry Patton
Note: 6. David Patton
Note: 7. Benjamin Patton
Note: 8. Hugh Patton
Note:
Note:
According to C. L. Patton, "It is not known if Henry migrated to America, but there is definite evidence that John, James and Elizabeth took up their residence in Augusta County, Virginia. In the Pennsylvania archives the names of William,
Matthew, Thomas, Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh all appear as purchasers of parcels of land in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania as follows:
Note:
Note: 1. William Patton - 200 acres, July 23, 1735
Note: 2. Matthew Patton - 200 acres, October 29, 1735
Note: 3. Thomas Patton - 100 acres, October 13, 1739
Note: 4. Robert Patton - 200 acres, June 3, 1741
Note: 5. Henry Patton - no date
Note: 6. David Patton - no date
Note: 7. Benjamin Patton - no date
Note: 8. Hugh Patton - no date
Note:
Note:
"The records of all of these purchases are found in the same volume of the Archives and extend over a period from 1735 to 1744. All of these holdings were in Lancaster County. The names of all these Pattons are found at a later date in the
records of Augusta County, Virginia. (Chalkley)" --Ibid. p. 11
Change Date: 11 JAN 2000
Marriage 1 Sarah LYNN
Children
Elizabeth PATTON b: in of Donegal, Ireland
3 more PATTON
Col James PATTON
John PATTON