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Children of Thomas and Anna Salome Hess Patterson

Children of Thomas and Anna Salome Hess Patterson

Portrait of 12 (out of 14) Children of Thomas & Anna Salome (Hess) Patterson, exact date of photo unknown. Thomas and Salome were both born in Pennsylvania, but they moved to Ohio around 1850 and raised their family there.

Top Row, Left to Right: Mary (Patterson) Upton; Samuel R. Patterson; Lacey (Patterson) Edwards; Joseph Franklin Patterson; Sarah Ann (Patterson) Clark; William B. Patterson; Nathan G. Patterson

Seated: Sophronia (Patterson) Rudy; Jacob R. Patterson; Frances Emeline (Patterson) Groff; Alonzo Patterson; Fredonia (Patterson) Brandt [Note: Sophronia and Fredonia are twins.]

Names of ones not in picture: John Patterson; Thomas Patterson, Jr.

Interesting to note: Jacob Patterson in the photo was married to Emily Brumbaugh, the half-sister of Annie Oakley.

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Thomas Patterson

Im am trying to find out information on my grandfather Thomas Patterson from Blue Sulpher Springs during the civil war. He was the one who found Blue Sulpher Springs In West Virginia. His wifes name was Katherine and he had sons, Hubert,Roscoe and Lee. If you know anything please contact me
Thanks
Jay Patterson

Brandt

Hi, I am trying to trace my family history and would like to know who Fredonia was married to. In my family there is a Bernhardt Brandt that was the child of Eliza de Nully. My mother's middle name is Salome and her sister's name is Anna.

fredonia patterson brandt

I saw your post from a couple of years ago. Fredonia was married to John Brandt, according to her death certificate. She died Sept 15, 1924.

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