John Patterson, Jun.
who departed this life
October ·the 4th,
aged 37 years.
John Patterson, Jr.
Birth: 1796, Anderson, Pendleton District, South Carolina
Death: 4 October 1833, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri
Burial: Cold Water Cemetery, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri
Family members buried in Cold Water Cemetery:
Parents: John Patterson, Sr., and Keziah Horneday Patterson
Siblings: William Patterson, Elisha Patterson, and Sanders Patterson
Wife: Jane Jamison Patterson
Children: Sarah Patterson, Martha Ann Patterson Northern, and Margaret Rebecca Patterson Douglass
Grandchildren: Richard Frederick Douglass, Mary Douglass Chomeau, Virena Blacklock Douglass Chomeau, and John Wheeler Douglass
• John was the sixth child born to John Patterson, Sr., and Keziah Homeday Patterson.
• John Patterson, Jr., and Jane Jamison were married on 24 August 1815, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri. Jane was the daughter of Mrs. Sally Hubbard Jamison Patterson. They had six children.
• John served as a corporal in John E. Allen’s Company of Infantry Militia, Territory of Missouri, War of 1812.
1830 Census: St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Series: M19 Roll: 72 Page: 300. Original data: Fifth Census of the United States, 1830. (NARA microfilm publication M19, 201 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
• “History of St. Louis County” by William Thomas, page 87.
• Marriage: City Hall, St. Louis Missouri: Bk. 1, p. 10; Bk. 2, p. 54; Bk.4, p. 511; Bk. 7, p. 97.
• National Society United States Daughters of 1812, Grave Locations Project, Soldiers of War of 1812. Copy in possession of Marilyn P. Devaney. Lists names of children of John Patterson Jr., birth dates, names of spouses and dates of marriage.
• Service Record, Adjutant General of Missouri, Jefferson City, Missouri. John served as a corporal in John E. Allen’s Company of Infantry Militia, Territory of Missouri, War of 1812.
• The Patterson Family History by William B. Putman, Jr. page 43. “He was born in the Pendleton District of South Carolina.
• Civil Courts Building, St. Louis, Missouri: Minor File No. 1356, Elizabeth J. Patterson.
• Copy of Indenture dated 5 of October 1833, signed by William Patterson and Assenath his wife and John Patterson, Junior, and his wife Jane to John Evans where they grant land for the use of a church and school in St. Ferdinand, St. Louis, Missouri. The land came from land purchased from Jacob Brown. In turn, it may have come from Francis Nash. Filed in Patterson file. Taken from Missouri.