Patten & Allied Families Genealogy

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  • ID: I340
  • Name: Joseph R. PATTEN
  • Surname: Patten
  • Given Name: Joseph R.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1843 in Beaver County, Hanover Township, PA 1 2
  • Death: 18 Sep 1899 in Lincoln, Logan Co., IL 1 3
  • Burial: Prarie Rest, Delavan, IL 1
  • _UID: 925A8260F8E47048B04E0CC453F8706F5AF7
  • Event: Co H, 1 Ohio H.A. Military Service from 29 Jun 1863 to 25 Jul 1865 4
  • Note:
    1880 CENSUS: Census Place: Allens Grove, Mason, Illinois Source: FHL Film 1254235 National Archives Film T9-0235 Page 592A Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Joe PATTAN Self M M W 36 PA Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA Susan PATTAN Wife F M W 32 OH Occ: Keeps House Fa: OH Mo: OH Addie PATTAN Dau F S W 12 OH Occ: School Fa: PA Mo: OH Charles PATTAN Son M S W 6 IL Fa: PA Mo: OH Rein Ford PATTAN Son M S W 3 IL Fa: PA Mo: OH Edmund PATTAN Son M S W 8M IL Fa: PA Mo: OH
    1880 CENSUS: Census Place: Allens Grove, Mason, Illinois Source: FHL Film 1254235 National Archives Film T9-0235 Page 592A Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Joe PATTAN Self M M W 36 PA Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA Susan PATTAN Wife F M W 32 OH Occ: Keeps House Fa: OH Mo: OH Addie PATTAN Dau F S W 12 OH Occ: School Fa: PA Mo: OH Charles PATTAN Son M S W 6 IL Fa: PA Mo: OH Rein Ford PATTAN Son M S W 3 IL Fa: PA Mo: OH Edmund PATTAN Son M S W 8M IL Fa: PA Mo: OH


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    12/20/200
    MILITARY HISTORY OF OHIO - JACKSON COUNTY EDITION
    THE 117TH O. V. I. AND 1ST O. V. H. A.
    September 15, 1862, the One Hundred and Seventeenth Ohio Infantry regiment was organized at Camp Portsmouth, Scioto county, eight companies, 796 men. October 2d it moved into Eastern Kentucky. Camped at Ashland till January, 1863, then one month at Buffalo Shoals, near Paintville, and late in February moved, via Peach Orchard, Louisa and Catlettsburg, to Covington. The spring of 1863 was passed in raiding service, Cynthiana, Paris, Lexington, Mt. Sterling and other interior places the objective points. May 2, 1863, the War Department issued an order that the regiment should be changed to the First Ohio Heavy Artillery, and the change was consummated August 12th. Recruiting had filled the ranks, and the regiment aggregated 1,839 officers and men, divided in twelve companies or batteries of five officers and 147 men each. It rendezvoused at Newport, Kentucky, in the summer of 1863, and was employed during the fall of that year in constructing fortifications around Covington and Newport, Kentucky, for the defense of Cincinnati. In January, 1864, it was ordered to Knoxville, Tennessee, and moved out from Camp Nelson, in the memorably cold January of 1864 to make the long and weary march through the wilderness across the Cumberland mountains to Tennessee, via Halls Gap, Pt. Burnside, Chitwood and Jacksboro. From Pt. Burnside forward the way was so rough and uncivilized that all transportation was by pack mules, wagon trains being an impossibility. Arrived at Knoxville, March 7, 1864. In June four batteries were stationed at Loudon, a detachment at Strawberry Plains. In August helped repel Wheeler's cavalry raid. In September five batteries took part in Ammen's and Burbridge's expedition for the salt works; later joined in Stoneman's cavalry raid to Saltville. Stationed in Tennessee fall and winter of 1864, fighting guerrillas and foraging into Eastern Tennessee and North Carolina. In the spring of 1865 the regiment was brigaded with the Fourth Tennessee Infantry, First United States (Colored) Heavy Artillery, First and Second North Carolina Infantry, Fortieth United States Colored Troops and Wilder's Independent Battery as the First Brigade, Fourth Division, Army of the Cumberland, Colonel C. G. Hawley commanding brigade. This brigade, 7,000 strong, remained in East Tennessee lighting guerrillas and occupying mountain passes to prevent escape of retreating rebels from Virginia. Major T. S. Mathews commanded the regiment most of its service. Mustered out at Knoxville, Tenn., July 25, 1865.
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  • Change Date: 29 Jan 2004 at 06:32:41



    Father: William PATTEN b: 1810 in PA
    Mother: Nancy REED b: 11 May 1813 in PA

    Marriage 1 Susan R. FAUGHT b: 1848
    • Married: 4 Oct 1866 in Jackson, OH 1 3
    Children
    1. Has No Children Earnest C. PATTEN b: 7 Jul 1884 in Natrona, Mason County, IL
    2. Has No Children Rainford PATTEN b: Apr 1877 in OH
    3. Has No Children Edwin PATTEN b: Oct 1879 in IL
    4. Has No Children Maude PATTEN b: Feb 1882 in IL
    5. Has No Children Child #5 PATTEN
    6. Has No Children Child #6 PATTEN

    Sources:
    1. Title: Cemetery Index - Prarie Rest, Delavan, IL
      Page: 103
    2. Repository:
        Name: National Archives

      Title: Wm Patten household,1850 U.S. Census, Beaver Co., PA, population schedule, Hanover Twnshp, p. 244, dwelling 66, family 67
    3. Repository:
        Name: National Archives

      Title: Widow Pension Application - Susan R. (Faught) Patten
    4. Title: Cemetery Index - Prarie Rest, Delavan, IL
      Page: 102
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