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Richard PATTON

Male 1712 - Bef 1761  (< 48 years)


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  • Name Richard PATTON  [1
    Born 18 Aug 1712  , Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • No independant verification of birth date
    Gender Male 
    Baptism Jul 1761  , Cecil County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Occupation Shipright 
    Religion Quakers, but were disfellowshipped and may have joined the Anglican Church (Ernest Swanson, 12/2007) 
    Died Bef Jul 1761  All Hallows, Anne Aundel County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Notes 
    • "On March 26, 1748, Richard Patten, shipwright of Charles Town, Cecil County, Maryland, and Rebeckah Key, his wife, for 60 pounds, sold to John Kirkpatrick "all my houses, buildings, plantations, improvements and leases near Charles Town on North East River, the same place whereon we dwell, with all and singular of our household furniture, beds, bedding, tables, chairs, putter and potts,. All of our goods, chattels and moveables whatsoeer, together with our horses and cows with all and every of our goods."
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      "A 40-ton schooner named "Charles Town" was built in Cecil County in 1749. The owners were John Seegar, Henry Baker, and Richard Patten."
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      "On 12 July 1753, Richard Patten reported a run-away Irish apprentice lad named John Reynolds, a ship carpenter by trade about age 20. He was thought to have gone off with four Scotch servants in a conoe belonging to James Baxter."
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      "BILL OF SALE. Richard Patten of Cecil County, Maryland, shipwright, on 29 APRIL 1755, sold James Baxter one good feather bed, calico curtains, rug, blanket, sheets, boulster and pillow, one chest drawers, one large walnut oval table, six leather chairs and one lare looking glass."
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      Chester Co, PA Tax List for Lower Chichester. Richard PATTON 1734, 1735, 1737. 1740 6th of 6th mo: Richard Pattin of Chichester, and Rebecca Key, dau of Moses and Elizabeth Key of Aston m. at Concord. 6, 2m, 1741 Application was made to this meeting upon the account of Richard PATTIN & his wife in order --- to be Joyned to Newark MM. St. Mary Ann's Parish Cecil Co., MD 31 Dec 1747 b. Amelia PATTEN Dau to Richard & Rebecca PATTEN. 12 Oct 1758 b. Thomas PATTON Son of Richard & Rebecca PATTON. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 4:499, [1723-1751] WK-945-46, Md. A. 26 Mar 1748 Richard PATTON & Rebecca his wife Shipwright of Charles Town Cecil County PEL Oct. 1971, p.29 from Charles E. Yearsley, 162 Ardmore Ave., Runnemede, NJ 08078. Richard PATTON m in 1740 Rebecca KEY dau of Moses KEY and Elizabeth YEARSLEY m 1701 who also came from Middlewich in 1700. John & Elizabeth (---) YEARSLEY came from Middlewich, Chester [Cheshire] Co., Eng in 1700 and settled in Thornbury Twp Chester Co PA. Dau Hannah Yearsley b 3 Mar 1693 in Middlewich, Eng. m. 13 Jan 1717 at Concord Mtg Peter HATTON. Cope, Gilbert. Genealogy of the Sharpless Family, (1882), p.138. [R929.2 Sh23C] Moses Key, of Middlewich, in Cheshire, Eng., brought a certificate from Friends of the meeting there, dated 8 mo. 20, 1700. He settled in Nether Providence, but was married 12 mo. 18, 1701, at Concord Mtg., to Elizabeth YEARSLEY, and removed to Aston Township, where he died about 1748. He was an active member of Concord Mtg, and for several years clerk of the Monthly Mtg. His children were Lettice (m. John CHAMBERLIN and Thomas VERNON), William, Mary (m. John SHARPLES), Elizabeth, Moses, Hannah, Hannah 2d, John, Robert, Rebecca and Ann. John SHARPLES3, John2, b. at Ridley 8 mo. 16, 1699; d. in Nether Providence 8 mo. 17, 1769; m. 9 mo. 18, 1725, at Concord Mtg., to Mary KEY of Aston, b. 3 mo. 8, 1707; d. 10 mo. 24, 1727; Second m. 4 mo. 6, 1729, at Goshen Mtg., to Elizabeth ASHBRIDGE of Goshen, b. 12 mo. 6, 1708-9; d. 12 mo. 18, 1767. His children were--Hannah b. 11 mo 13, 1726-7. [other ch of 2nd marriage] Brinton Genealogy [R929.2 B7772S] Jacob VERNON son of Randal & Sarah VERNON m. Ann YEARSLEY dau of John & Elizabeth YEARSLEY who in 1701 had settled in Thornbury Twp. The Vernons were old Cheshire family. Randal, Thomas & Robert to Chester PA in 1682. Randal VERNON m. Sarah BRADSHAW 14 Nov. 1670. Newark and Kennett, New Garden and Concord MM, 1667-1861 Chester Co, PA, Register, p. 7 [film #389399] Children of Moses & Elizabeth Key of Concord: Lettice 26, 11m, 1703 Hannah 12, 3m, 1716 d. 13, 10m, 1727 William 6, 7m, 1705 John 6, 1m, 1717 d. 3, 2m, 1745 Mary 8, 3m, 1707 Robert 9, 11m, 1700[?] Elizabeth 11, 7m, 1709 Rebecca 13, 3m, 1722 Moses 23, 7m, 1711 Ann 19, 2m, 1725 Hannah 23, 6m, 1714 Aston Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, C.103 Vol. 2:467 John YEARSLEY. Thornbury. 27 Feb. 1708 - 4 May 1708. To wife not named 1/3 of all Est. Rem in 6 equal parts, 2 to son John & rem 4 to my 4 daus viz Ann VERNON, Eliza. KEY, Hannah and Martha YEARSLEY. To 2 sons in law Jacob VERNON & Moses KEY £5 each. Ex wife Elizabeth. Wit: John WILLIS, Randal R VERNON. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, A.26 Vol. 2:8. Thomas DUNBABIN, Aston. 11-10-1715 - 11-14-1715/16. ... To Elizabeth wife of Moses KEY & to each of their 5 chil. 20/. Exrs. Robert CARTER & Moses KEY. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, A.83 Vol. 2:27. John DAVIS, Thornbury, 3 Mar 1719/20 - 18, 1m, 1719/20. ... Exrs. wife Mary & Moses KEY overseer. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, A.271 Vol. 2:79. Elizabeth YEARSLEY, Widow, Concord. 1-11-1728 - Mar 25, 1728. To son in law Peter HATTON #15 & articles named. To son John articles named. Rem of goods & wearing apparel to 4 daus viz. Ann wife of Jacob VERNON, Elizabeth wife of Moses KEY, Hannah wife of Peter HATTON & Martha wife of John PALMER. Rem. of Money to Jacob VERNON. Moses KEY. Son John & John PALMER. To friend Thomas MARSHALL 10/ also Ex. Wit: Peter HATTON, Hannah DUTTON. Gibson, John ed. History of York County Pennsylvania (1886) p. 287. [R974.841 G ] Quaker marriage certificates [meeting?] Moses KEY of Newberry in the County of Lancaster labourer & Susannah MILLS of the same twp. spinster, 23, 3m, 1744 at a publick meeting house in Newberry. [Joseph KEY & Susanna KEY wit to m. of Joseph GARRETSON of Warrington twp. and Mary MILLS of Newberry 25, 7m, 1745.] Chester Co, PA Tax List for Lower Chichester. Richard PATTON 1734, 1735, 1737. James Patton 1734. 1740 6th of 6th mo: Richard Pattin of Chichester, and Rebecca Key, dau of Moses and Elizabeth Key of Aston m. at Concord. 1740 7th of 2nd mo: Richard PATTIN of Chichester meeting - received into membership. 1741 4th of 3rd mo: Richard Pattin and wife - certificate to Newark. Henry C. Peden Jr. and John Pitts Launey, Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2 (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997), p. 9, 89, 90 Concord MM, Chester Co, PA, Men's Minutes, p. 314 [film #20386] 30, 4m, 1740 Richard PATTIN and Rebackh KEY appeared here and proposed their intentions of marriage first time ... John BEZER & Joseph PYLE to inquire ... 4, 6m, 1740 Richard PATTON & Rebeckh KEY appeared and continued their intentions second time ... nothing appears to hinder ... William PETERS & John NEWLIN are to attend marriage ... Concord MM, Chester Co, PA, p. 134 Richard PATTIN of Chichester in the County of Chester ... and Rebeckh KEY Daughter of Moses and Elizabeth KEY of Aston ... 6, 6m, 1740 ... at ye meeting house in Concord ... Signed: Richard PATTEN, Rebeckh PATTEN. Wit: [in family column] Moses KEY, Ann VERNON, Peter HATTON, Hannah HATTON, Thomas VERNON, Lettice VERNON, Elizabeth MORGAN, Martha PALMER, Ann KEY, Elizabeth SHARPLES, John PALMER, Hannah SHARPLIS, Moses PALMER, Isaac YEARSLEY, James HATTON, Elizabeth PALMER, Elizabeth CHAMBERLIN, Susanah CHAMBERLIN. Concord MM, Chester Co, PA, Men's Minutes, p. 319 [film #20386] 6, 2m, 1741 Application was made to this meeting upon the account of Richard PATTIN & his wife in order --- a few lines by way of a certificate to be Joyned to Newark MM. Joseph PYLE & Francis REYNOLDS are to inquire into his conversation and his afare & if nothing to obstruct to prepare one and bring it to the next meeting. 4, 3m, 1741 Those which were appointed concerning Richard PATTIN certificate produced ... which was signed. Newark MM, Chester Co, PA, Abstracts of Monthly Meeting Minutes, p. 15 [film #389399] 7, 5m, 1741 Richard PATTIN produced a certificate from Concord MM for self and wife. Newark and Kennett MM, Chester Co, PA, Abstracts of Women's Meeting Minutes 1698-1791, pp. 138, 157, 163, 169, 209 [film #20993] 1736 Elizabeth HEALD (now KEY) continues under care. 1739 Elizabeth KEY (K Mtg) charged with drinking to excess. 7, 5m, 1741 Rebeckah PATTIN produced a certificate with her husband. 3 7m, 1743 Rebeckah PATTIN (N. Mtg) has fallen into superfluities of speech & apparel, neglects meeting and keeps loose & vain company: Elizth WAY & Elizth FERRIS to send her word that if she do not endeavour to clear herself of reports frds will &c. 1, 5m, 1756 Martha KEY married by a priest. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, B:182 Vol. 2:240. Roger SHELLEY Chichester. yeoman. 4 May 1745. 5 Aug. 1745. ... Wit: Moses KEY, John LARKIN, John RILEY. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, C:33 Vol. 2:295. Moses KEY, Aston. Yeoman. 2nd mo [Apr] 19, 1746 - June 14 1748. To wife Elizabeth All Est. except as devised & after her dec. to son Robert for his maintenance during life. To son William 20/. To son Moses Smith tools & 10/. To daus Lettice VERNON, Elizabeth MORGAN & Rebecca PATTIN 10/ each. To dau Ann KEY Articles of furniture &c. To gr dau Hannah SHARPLESS 5/. Exrs. Wife & son in law Thos. MORGAN. Wit: John BEZER, Jane CUMMINS, Elinor PETTERS. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Vol. 2:23. Elizabeth KEY, wid of Moses KEY of ASTON Twp. 1-15-1758 - Feb 3, 1759. To grdau Rebecca KEY dau of my dau Ann KEY all household goods & £50 at 18, in case she dies before reaching that age leg. to go to grdau Hannah SHARPLESS. Dau Letes grch. by Joseph BAKER & son Moses. To son Moses, Bond I hold against him for £10. To grdau Mary wife of Andrew MCCOY 20/. To grdau Rebecca wife of Richard PATTON 1/. To grson Allen son of Wm KEY 5/. To grgrdau. Lettice dau of Joseph BAKER decd 10/. To son in law John SHARPLESS, Riding Shay. Son in law John SHARPLESS & James LINDSAY Exrs. David JOHNSON, Abraham MARTIN, John LINDSAY wit. St. Mary Ann's Parish Cecil Co., MD [Film 13887] p. 282, 291, 310. 11 Feb 1723 Then was born Samuel PATTEN. [no parents listed] 31 Dec 1747 b. Amelia PATTEN Dau to Richard & Rebecca PATTEN. 12 Oct 1758 b. Thomas PATTON Son of Richard & Rebecca PATTON. Land Patents of Cecil County Maryland, pp. 26, 52, 56, 82. GOLDEN POINT -- 1744; Richard PATTEN; 40A, Unpatented Cert #119 Surveyed ... on the North Side of North East River and known by the name of Garden point being part of his Lordships mannor of North East ... complying with the Conditions of the Lease ... PATTEN'S DESIRE -- 1748; Richard PATTEN; 115A; Unpatented cert #266 Surveyed ... being part of North East Maner and on the South East Side of North East River ... Begining at an old bounded Water oak being the original begining Tree of Said maner and a tract of Lanc Called Round Stone Standing Near the Bank of North East River ... 30 Nov. 1748 Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 7:47, WK-945-46, Md. A. 30 Nov. 1748 Richard PATTEN of Cecil Co. and Benjamin TASKER Esq, Agent & receiver general of the Lord Proprietor. Lease of a tract or parcel of land being part of his lordships manner of North East Beginning at an old bounded water oak being the original big Tree of North East manner [sic], Pattens Desire, during the life of said Richard PATTEN his execetors, administrators and assignees for and during the natural life of Amelia PATTON ... Rebecca PATTON ... and William PATTEN son of James, pay Eleven Shilling each year during their life ... Maryland Historical Magazine, 26 (1931):345, 350. Commission Book, 82. SEEGAR, John, Register for schooner "Charles Town" 40 tons, Edward ROOKE, master, built in Cecil county, 1749, John SEEGAR, Henry BAKER and Richard PATTEN, owners. 21 Jan. 1749/50 (154) SEEGAR, John, Register for schooner "Charles Town" 45 tons, Sweetnam BURN, master, built in Cecil co., 1749, Henry BAKER, John HAMILTON, Edward MITCHELL, Herman HUSBANDS and John SEEGAR, owners. 8 June, 1750 (143) [When City of Charlestown in Cecil Co was formed in 1742, Henry BAKER was one of the commissioners. See Hist. of Cecil Co, p. 265.] The Maryland Gazette, 1727-1761, by Karen Mauer Green, p. 123. 12 July 1753, No. 427, Richard PATTEN reports a runaway Irish apprentice lad named John REYNOLDS, a ship carpenter by trade, about age 20. He is thought to have gone off with four Scotch servants, in a canoe, belonging to James BAXTER. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 4:499, [1723-1751] WK-945-46, Md. A. 26 Mar 1748 Richard PATTON & Rebecca his wife Shipwright of Charles Town Cecil County Maryland to John KIRKPATRICK of said province Town and County aforesaid... for £60 ... sold all my houses buildings plantations improvements lease and leases ... near Charles Town on North East River that same place whereon we do dwell with all and singular of our household furniture, Beds and beding tables and Chairs putter and potts, all our goods Chattels and moveables whatsoever Together with our horses and cows with all and every of our goods ...Signed Richd. PATTEN, Rebecca PATTEN. Wit: Nathan BAKER, George W. CURSON his mark. Received the full £60 26 Mar 1748. Richard PATTEN. George W. CARSON his mark. Recd 22 Apr 1748 by Francis SEE Clk. In the margin of the original foregoing deed, is written as follows to wit: This Deed of Seaill is fully satisfyd. Novbr ye 11th 1748. John KIRKPATRICK. Recorded this second day of August 1751 and Examined per W. Bordby Clk. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 7:360-361, [1748-1753] WK-945-46, Md. A. Indenture witness that I Richard PATTON of Cecil County, Shipwright ... for £15 good and Lawfull Money paid by John LIMPAY [SIMPASS] ... assignment of lease ... 9 Nov 1751 ... Signed by Richd. PATTON and Rabakay PATTEN his wife. Wit: Henry BAKER, Nathan BAKER. Ack. same day before Nathn. BAKER and Nicho HYLAND. Recd of John SIMPASS Fifty pounds current money of Maryland being in full the Consideration for the Purchass of the Within Leased Premises. NB the above was indorsed on the Back of a writing recorded in pagees 47[?] of this book. Recd 28 Jan 1751 by M. BORDLEY Clk. Perogative Court (Testimentary Proceedings), 36:123. John JONES his Administration Bond in Common Form by Nathan BAKER his Administrator with Henry BAKER and Richard PATTEN of Cecil County his Sureties in the Sum of Fifty Pounds Sterling dated the 16th day of January 1755. [Will of John JONES Cecil Co. 1749, vol. 27:123] Perogative Court (Testimentary Proceedings), 36:123. Philip CAZIER his Administration Bond in Common Form by Henry BAKER his Administrator with Nathan BAKER and Richard PATTON of Cecil County his Sureties in the Sum of one Hundred Pounds Sterling dated the 16th January 1754 [sic] [all other dates on this page are Jan. 1755] Top of page dated 7 March 1755. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 8:274-275, WK-945-46, Md. A. Bill of Sale Condl. Richard PATTEN of Cecil County Shipwright for £12 paid by James BAXTER ... sold One good Feather Bed, Callico Curtanis, Rug, Blanket, Sheets, Boulster and Pillow, One Chest Drawers, lone large Walnut Oval Table, half a Dozen leather Charis, one large looking Glass ...shall pay the said James BAXTER his certain Attorney Executors Admors. & Assigns the full Sum of £12 on or before the day of with lawful Interest thereof form the day of the date hereof to the day of Payment then this present Deed of Sale and every Claruse and Article thereof shall be void ...29 April 1755. Signed Richd. PATTEN. Wit: Nathn. BAKER, Ann her mark SMITH. 29 Apr 1755 ack bef Nathn BAKER. Recorded 5 May 1755. Perogative Court (Testimentary Proceedings), 38:230. Cecil County Returns. Richard PATTIN his Administration Bond in Common form by Henry BAKER his Administrator with Thomas BAKER and Samuel KARR Sureties in the sum of two hundred pounds Sterlg. Dated 6 July 1761. [1]
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    Father John PATTEN,   b. 1675, , Ulster, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1739, , Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years) 
    Mother Charity CHENEY,   b. 16 Mar 1681, Anne Arundel, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1739, Anne Arundel, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 59 years) 
    Married 7 Nov 1706  , Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    _UID F4DB1EC42E1B40149385DDCAA2CBB41A48F8 
    Family ID F409  Group Sheet

    Family Rebeckah KEY,   b. 12 Mar 1722, Concord, Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1758, , Cecil County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 37 years) 
    Married 6 Jun 1740  Concord MM, Chester County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    _UID 615BF8F62D9946F9867FD9EA752EA601C19B 
    Children 
     1. Amelia PATTON,   b. 31 Dec 1747, , Cecil County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Richard PATTON,   b. Abt 1750, , Cecil County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Thomas PATTON,   b. 12 Oct 1758, , Cecil County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1834, , Fayette County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
    Family ID F411  Group Sheet

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    3. [S174] Harry Wright Newman, (Lord Baltimore Press, Baltimore, Maryland), Reel/Fiche number LH14317..