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Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat and Hearn families

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G.O. Ballinger Co. , Richmond, Ind
Statementby Rowena Emmeline Hearn Randle.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84/694 (C)
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Pagination259 p., [28] leaves of plates : ports. ; 24 cm.
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Patterson family, Wheat family, Hearn family Publisher Richmond, Ind., G.O. Ballinger Co. Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language EnglishPages: Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources.

FamilySearch Catalog: Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat and Hearn families — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser. Genealogy, history, and migrations of the immigrant ancestors and descendants of the Patterson, Wheat, Hearn, Taggart, and Bonham families.

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Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat and Hearn families. About this Book. Randle, Rowena Emmeline Hearn. View full catalog record. Rights. Public Domain, Google-digitized. Original data: Randle, Rowena Emmeline Hearn. Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat and Hearn nd, Ind.: G.O. Ballinger Co., printers and binders, Genealogy of the Wheat, Foster, McCoy and connected families / Author Foster, Laura Emily Wheat, Published Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat and Hearn families [database on-line].

Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Jane Eliza Hearn (born Wheat) was born on month dayat birth place, New York, to Thomas Wheat and Hannah Bonham Wheat (born Patterson).

Thomas was born on July 21in St John's Parish, Prince George's, Maryland. Published Genealogy Books and Articles [edit | edit source] Use this list to: Locate publications about direct ancestors; Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat and Hearn Families.

Richmond, Ind.: G.O. Ballinger Co., FHL Collection [Payne] Meade, William. Wheat genealogy; a history of the Wheat family in America with a brief account of the name and family in England and Normandy.

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Welcome to Patterson Genealogy. Introductory Remarks. by Janice (Patterson) Rosenthal. 22 Sept For nearly two decades I have researched many Patterson families settling early in colonial Pennsylvania. Why. Because I have been trying to learn the ancestry of my oldest proven ancestor, William Patterson (b.

abt. in PA; d. /55 in. Wheat Genealogy: A History of the Wheat Family in America Paperback – April 6, by Silas C. Wheat (Creator)Format: Paperback. Hendersons Books Families Mentioned Early Pioneer families of Victoria and Riverina: a genealogical and biographical record. Armytage Family of Bagdad, Van Diemen's Land, and Ingleby, Vic.

Austin Family Baird of Kangatong and Warrong Baird of Mount Bute Bakewell Family Balfour of Melbourne, Vic. And Round Hill, New South Wales Bayliss of Merton. Descendants of John Wheat, Sr. Generation No. 4 IAH 4 WHEAT (FRANCIS 3, FRANCIS 2, JOHN 1) died in Prince George's Co., Maryland (Source: Rowena Emmeline Hearn Randle, Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat, and Hearn Families,(G.O.

Ballinger Co., Printers and Binders, Richmond, Indiana, ), ).He married PRISCILLA REYNOLDS 04 February in Prince. Property Books to Property Books to Property Books Property Books Property Books to Property Books (Staunton)Traced genealogies and family histories of Augusta County available to Members.

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STRAHAN Family Tree, by Strahan. US Census data for PATTERSON. This surname is in the topnames in the US Census from (There must be at least to make the list). There are PATTERSON records listed in the US Census, and it is the Number ranked name.

A PATTERSON makes up of every k people in the population. Other US Census data for. Welcome to the Patterson Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Patterson surname.

From "The Patterson & Pattison Family Association, Book 1",Local History microfiche G v The General lived at Patterson's Mills, Cross Creek Township.

He was a member of Congress () during the contest which resulted in the election of John Q. Adams to the Presidency (by the House of Representatives). Patterson family history enters the books with William Patrison, noted as a witness in the Episcopal Register of Aberdeen in Patterson genealogy includes many notable people, such as Olympic gymnastics gold medalist Carly Patterson, British Admiral Wilfrid Patterson, and bestselling novelist James Patterson.

SOURCE:Randle, Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat, and Hearn Families, pp, SOURCE:Diary of Gertrude Premer owned by John Marc Wheat. Charles Adelma Wheat signed a petition 11 Apr for the surrender and adoption of Mildred Irene was adopted at the age of 16 years by the Nixon family.

Note: James Kuskie of Stevenson, WA is a descendant.!SOURCE: Randle, Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat, and Hearn Families, 1 pp.Randle, Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat, and Hearn Families, p Referred to in a letter by Jane Eliza Wheat: "The last we heard of Grandmother Patterson, she was about the same, seemingly as could be expected.

Uncle Robert was well the last we heard from them." Febru It's all about family. FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations.

Patterson Morris Hearn. Marriage: 25 DEC Portland. Ida E Cadwallader. Children (5) Lacey E Hearn. Rev Omar Wheat Hearn. Laurena Jane Hearn. James T. A True and exact jornall [sic] and record of the proceedings of the vestry of Piscataway Parish (St. John's Parish (Prince George's County, Maryland: Episcopal)) Family History Library Church records, [Prince George's County, Maryland] Family History Library Index to the register of births, marriages and deaths in St.

John's or Piscataway Parish, Prince George's County Family. PATTERSON - PATTISON Family association, books collection of genealogical records. Norman G. Patterson. ++p; typescript.

60 PATTERSON: Graham Patterson of Portage, New York, his ancestry and descendants. PATTERSON: Genealogy of the Patterson, Wheat & Hearn families.

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Ida E Hearn in household of Patterson M Hearn, "United States Census, " Family Members. SPOUSES AND CHILDREN. Patterson Morris Hearn. Marriage: 25 DEC Portland. Ida E Cadwallader.

Children (5) Lacey E Hearn. Rev Omar Wheat Hearn. Laurena Jane Hearn. James T Hearn. Ruth. We hope you will participate on the Patterson forums, it is a great place to find or post information on Patterson genealogy and is completely free to participate.

We have collected some of the best resources from across the web to do research on Patterson history, Patterson ancestory, and Patterson family connections.Original data: The Patterson & Pattison family association: a contribution of genealogical records to old in the research on the names of Patterson or Pattison and various other ways in which the name is spelled.

unknown: unknown, ?.Part of the American History and Genealogy Project The first settlement of Wilson County was made in the year at Drake's Lick, near the mouth of Spencer Lick Creek on Cumberland River, which was afterward the northeast corner of Davidson County, by William McClain and John Foster.