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Anna V. Madding (Patrick) MP (c.1759 - 1779)

Asa Patrick MP (1763 - 1852)

Asa served as Selectman in Western, MA in 1797 and 1802. He joined the Congregational Church in 1802 and was a member until his death.

Benjamin Patrick, SV/PROG MP (1778 - 1854)

SAG Volume 7 Page 334 Benjamin Patrick Born Ireland c. 1777 arrived at Algoa Bay 15.5.1820 British Settler, with his wife and 4 children in Sephton's Party from peterborough Leicester, England onm ...

Capt. Samuel Patrick MP (1757 - 1831)

He, along with Isaac, apparently served in the militia commanded by Capt. Joseph Cutler which marched to join Gen. Gates on September 24, 1777 for the battle of Saratoga. He was involved in a double ...

Captain Robert Patrick, Sr. MP (1740 - 1807)

Captain Robert was a "Conductor of Teams" who took his oath of office on June 24, 1782. The original document on file with the Pension Record #S28-837 at the National Archives is from a file relating t...

Christina Hilton (Patrick) MP (1761 - 1823)

Capt. Daniel Patrick MP (deceased)

Captain Daniel Patrick1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 M, b. circa 1605, d. 2 June 1644 Daniel was born circa 1605 at England. He was serving in the Prince of Orange Guards in the Netherlands at the time of his mar...

Deacon William Patrick MP (1738 - 1823)

John W. Patrick described his father as being "more than middling size and strength" with a fine constitution. He had a light complexion, blue eyes and a manly yet peaceful countenance with a slightly ...

Dr. William Patrick MP (c.1762 - c.1817)

He was the 1st vice president of the Saratoga County Medical Society in 1806. He served in the Albany City Militia in right of Lt Col Cornelius Van Veghten during the Battle of Saratoga.---------------...

Ebenezer Patrick MP (1752 - 1834)

Ebenezer served in the militia during the Revolution. He fought at Saratoga specifically in the Battle of Bemis Heights. He spent two years in various places under different commanders. On March 23, 17...

Elender Hudson (Patrick) MP (c.1769 - d.)

Elizabeth Stevens (Patrick) MP (c.1765 - d.)

Elizabeth Patrick (Rogers) MP (c.1702 - c.1788)

She is alleged to be a descendant of Rev. John Rogers, who was "marty red" in 1555 for religious reasons in the reign of Queen Mary. However an article in the new England Genealogical Register says tha...

Elizabeth Patrick (Leeper) MP (c.1770 - d.)

Elizabeth Ann Patrick (Stephens) MP (c.1744 - 1804)

Elizabeth Patrick (Campbell) MP (1736 - 1803)

Frances Patrick MP (c.1765 - d.)

Hezekiah Patrick MP (1760 - 1847)

Jacob Patrick Patrick, Sr. MP (1733 - 1819)

Jacob Patrick had 13 children. The American Revolution began in 1775, British soldiers and American patriots fought at Lexington, Massachusetts and nearby Concord. In 1783, the Treaty of Paris ended th...

Jemima Patrick MP (deceased)

Jeremiah Patrick MP (c.1738 - 1805)

DAR Ancestor #: A088680 Jeremiah Patrick was born 1738. He married Sarah "Sallie" Blair Harrisonburg, Rock Co., VA, ABT 1790. "Jeremiah, according to William Patrick II's manuscript was married in Ma...

Jeremiah Patrick MP (c.1763 - 1844)

Joel Job Patrick, b3 MP (c.1809 - 1864)

SAG Volume 7 page 334 b3 Job Patrick born Leicvester, England c. 1809, farmer "Koonap". dist. Winterberg, moved to dist. Somerset East before 1845 and became schoolmaster there. Doed Somerset East 18...

John Patrick MP (1757 - 1816)

John W Patrick MP (1780 - 1863)

He served in the War of 1812, posted to New York City in 1814 as Quartermaster for an unidentified regiment. Lived in the family residence where he was born and apparently took it over from Deacon Will...

Joshua Patrick MP (1762 - 1842)

During the Revolutionary War, Joshua volunteered as a Fifer into the Militia Company of Capt. Gibbs on May 1776 for four months and was discharged. In September 1776, he was a substitute for Samuel Joh...

Martha Wedderburn (Patrick), b2 MP (1806 - 1862)

"England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975" name: Martha Patrick gender: Female christening date: 19 Sep 1806 christening place: BISHOP STREET WESLEYAN,LEICESTER,LEICESTER,E NGLAND bir...

Mary S Patrick (Tuck) MP (1684 - 1723)

Mary Patrick (Woodcock) MP (1780 - 1820)

"England, Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 03 Mar 2013), Benjamin Patrick and Mary Woodcock, 01 Aug 1801. Family Search Marriage "England, Marriages, 1538–1973 " name: Benj...

Mary Patrick (Haddocks) MP (c.1775 - 1850)

Mary Patrick MP (deceased)

Mary Ensign (Patrick) MP (1769 - 1842)

Mary Patrick (Harrell) MP (1768 - 1850)

Mary Patrick (Jacobs) MP (1775 - 1818)

Mather (Matthew) Patrick MP (c.1702 - c.1790)

According to a deed from his father, Mather (Matthew) Patrick, Robert Coon's 5th great grandfather was listed as a cordwainer, a person who works with leather which can include a shoemaker, a harness/ ...

Matthew Patrick MP (1681 - 1767)

There is strong evidence that the Patricks came from Ulster with a group headed by Rev. John Boyd. It was reported that Robert was Matthew's brother who settled in Rutland, MA. It appears that Matthew ...

Presha Patrick MP (1779 - d.)

Rachel Patrick MP (deceased)

Rita Thompson (Patrick) MP (deceased)

Robert Patrick MP (c.1765 - 1836)

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Robert W Patrick MP (1760 - 1815)

Robert served in the 13th Company, Albany Militia in 1777 as a private and participated in the battle at Saratoga. He was a storekeeper at Bemis Heights in 1809 and living in Ballston. In church reco...

Samuel Patrick, b5 MP (1813 - d.)

Sarah Patrick (Johnson) MP (1727 - 1813)

Sarah Patrick (Allen) MP (deceased)

Sarah Jane Barnes (Patrick), b4 MP (1811 - 1878)

BARNES Sarah -1878 She was a consistent member of the Wesleyan Church in this place and a faithful class leader and like her divine Master went about doing good with her remedies and her loving sympa...

Thomas Patrick MP (deceased)

Thomas Patrick MP (1716 - 1808)

John Leigh's family history says that Thomas gave each of his sons a farm. He had 10 children and settled them so near to his place that he could visit them all in a day. Mrs. Lee was the furthest away...

William Patrick MP (b. - 1844)

William Patrick MP (1734 - 1818)

He was a tavern owner and had a mill as well as being a leader in the local militia.

William "Old William" Patrick MP (1776 - 1827)

William Patrick appears in "Virginia Marriages 1785 - 1940" as having married "Mary Reins" in "Montgomery County, Virginia", on "25 Sep 1798."

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Randall Patrick Asjes (1962 - d.)

PATRICK (1891 - 1891)

Patrick (1835 - d.)

Patrick (c.1805 - d.)

PATRICK (1891 - 1891)

Patrick (1793 - d.)

(unknown) Patrick (deceased)

7 other children of William Patrick (deceased)

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? Patrick (Harris) (deceased)

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? Patrick (1895 - 1895)

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? Patrick (1887 - d.)

? Patrick (Salyer) (deceased)

? Patrick (deceased)

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? Patrick (1895 - 1895)

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? Patrick (Leeper) (deceased)

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? Patrick (1889 - d.)

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A 'Lonnie' F Kazee Patrick (deceased)

Aaron L Patrick (1870 - 1882)

Abagail Patrick (1889 - d.)

Abby Patrick (c.1848 - d.)

Abigail Patrick (deceased)

Abigail Patrick (Salyer) (1837 - 1919)

Abner Patrick, Jr. (1788 - 1834)

Abner S Patrick (1867 - 1932)

Abner Patrick (deceased)

Abner Patrick (1813 - 1872)

Abner Patrick (1852 - 1931)

Abner Patrick (1851 - 1863)

Abraham Patrick (deceased)

Abraham Alexander Patrick (1848 - 1908)

Abraham Alexander Patrick (1848 - d.)

Abraham Lincoln Patrick (1866 - d.)

Ada Patrick (deceased)