Henry Patton, III
|Birthplace:||Caiggo, Dundee, County of Angus, Scotland|
|Death:||Died in Clondevaddock Parish, Northern Fanad Peninsula, County Donegal, Ulster, Ireland|
Son of Henry Patton, II and Jane Patton
|Managed by:||Patricia Ann Godfrey|
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About Henry Patton, III
Henry Patton lll was born 1660 in Caiggo, Dundee, Scotland; died 1743 in Clondevaddock Parrish, Barony of Kilmacremon Co., of Dublin (Ulster) Ireland
Father: Henry Patton, Sr. b: 31 Jan 1626/7 in Ramoigh Parish, Donegal, Ire
- circa 1685 to Sarah Cameron Lynn b: abt. 1670 in Springfied Manor, Clondevaddock Parish, Barony of Kilmacrenan, Donegal Co., Ireland. She was the daughter of David Lynn
- Richard b: abt. 1685 in Scotland
- Thomas b: 1686 in Ireland
- Capt. John b: abt. 1689 in Ireland
- Andrew b: bef. 1690 in Ireland
- Col. James b: 8 Jul 1692 in Ireland
- Robert b: abt. 1694 in Ireland
- Charles b: abt. 1695 in Ireland
- David b: abt. 1696 in Ireland
- Matthew b: abt. 1698 in Ireland
- Benjamin b: abt. 1700 in Ireland
- Elizabeth b: 25 Dec 1700 in Burncrannack, Ire
- Capt. Henry b: 1705 in Ireland
- William b: 1706 in Ireland
- Hugh b: abt. 1710 in Ireland
John Patton Sr+ b. 1724
Henry Patton was a ship builder, operating merchant ships. He began military service between April, 1689 and August, 1689 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. He immigrated after 1690. He lived after 1690 in Manor of Springfield, Parish of Clondevaddock, Barony of Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Ireland.
- Henry Patton, Jr
- Birth: 1663, Scotland
- Death: 1743 Kilmacrenan, County Donegal, Ireland
- "The Pattons were originally landed gentry seated at Ferrochie, Fifeshire, Scotland. The progenitor of the Irish branch of the family, William Patton, M.A., was born in Scotland; had immigrated to Northern Ireland during the King James Plantation. He was in County Donegal by 1626, as Rector of the parishes of Ramoigh and Clonmary, Barony of Raphoe and later at Aughnish, Barony of Kilmacrenan. Reverend William Patton and his wife, Margaret, made their home at an estate called 'Groghan', and reared two sons, Henry and John.
- Henry's son, also named Henry, married Sarah Lynn. Henry and Sarah lived in the Manor of Springfield, Parish of Clondevaddock, Barony of Kilmacrenan, County Donegal. They became the parents of James, Elizabeth, Andrew, and Richard".
- (From a book entitled "JAMES PATTON AND THE APPALACHIAN COLONISTS" is the following information as recorded by Anne Rhea Bruce)
- Family links:
- Sarah Lynn Patton (1668 - 1757)
- Thomas Patton (1686 - 1775)*
- John J Patton (1689 - 1757)*
- William Patton (1691 - 1742)*
- James Lynn Patton (1692 - 1755)*
- Robert Patton (1695 - 1755)*
- Elizabeth Patton Preston (1700 - 1776)*
- Burial: Unknown
- Find A Grave Memorial# 61673899
- From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=61673899
- Col. William Preston (December 25, 1729 – June 28, 1783) played a crucial role in surveying and developing the colonies going westward, exerted great influence in the colonial affairs of his time, ran a large plantation, and founded a dynasty whose progeny would supply leaders for the South for nearly a century. He served in the Virginia House of Burgesses, and was a Colonel in the militia during the American Revolutionary War. He was one of the thirteen signers of the Fincastle Resolutions, a predecessor to the United States Declaration of Independence.
- He was a founding trustee of Liberty Hall (later Washington and Lee University), when it was made into a college in 1776.
- William Preston was born on Christmas Day, 1729, in Limavady, Ireland, to Col. John Preston and his wife Elizabeth. Elizabeth's father Henry Patton was a prominent shipwright and merchant, and her brother James Patton served with such distinction in the Royal Navy that the Crown granted him between 100,000 and 120,000 acres in America to permit British colonization beyond the Blue Ridge Mountains. The family immigrated to Augusta Co., Virginia, in 1738 on James's ship. Subsequent French and Indian resistance and reversal of British policy limited the impact of the family's grants, but Prestonsburg, Kentucky, was named in John's honor by its later founders. In 1755, he survived an Indian attack against a settlement that was part of a property (later known as Smithfield Plantation) that he inherited from his uncle, Colonel James Patton who died in the incident.
- Remaining in Virginia, William married Susanna Smith on January 17, 1761, and together they had 12 children. .... etc.
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Preston_(Virginia)
Henry Patton, III's Timeline
Caiggo, Dundee, County of Angus, Scotland
Newton, LimaVaddy, Derry, Ireland
Newtown-Limavady, County Derry, Ulster, Ireland (Present Northern Ireland)
Newton, LimaVaddy, Derry, Ireland
Newton, Lima Vaddy, County Londonderry, Ireland
July 8, 1692
Newtown-Limavady, Donegal, Ireland