Sacred to the memory of
Sanders and _____
Birth: Abt. 1823
Death: Unknown, St. Louis County, Missouri
Burial: Cold Water Cemetery, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri
Ibby was the daughter of Sanders Patterson and his wife Mary Metz Patterson.
• Periodical: Copy of article on Brown School in Black Jack, Missouri refers to Miss Ibby Patterson, who now lies in the old Cold Water Cemetery, followed the Douglas girls as a teacher, and she was succeeded by Lizzie Brown, who married George Carrico. Article in possession of Marilyn P. Devaney.
• Probate: Civil Courts Building, St. Louis, Missouri: Estate File No 878, Sanders Patterson; Estate File No. 11162, Saunders P. Patterson; Minor File Nos. 641 through 646, Hiram, Sanders P., Lucy, Elizabeth, Ibby, John M. Patterson.
• National Society the United States Daughter of 1812, Grave Location Project, Soldiers of War of 1812. Filed by (Mrs) Isabel Stebbins Giulvezan, 9525 Radion Drive, Affton, Missouri 63123, on 1 October 1964. On file at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis Missouri copy in possession of Dan H. Devaney in 1993. Information was taken from Company Muster Roll and Payroll, National Archives. The publication lists birth, name, death, burial place, marriage, and children.