In memory of
Mar. 13, 1790
Nov. 6, 1876.
“Jesus said unto her, ‘I am the
resurrection and the life and he that
believeth in me though he were dead yet
shall he live.” John xi:25
Lucy Hubbard Patterson
Birth: 13 March 1790, Virginia
Death: 3 November 1876, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri
Burial: 5 November 1876, Cold Water Cemetery, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri
Family members buried in Cold Water Cemetery:
Husband: Elisha Patterson
Children: Lewis P. Patterson, Mary Patterson Harris, John H. Patterson, William Patterson, James McAllister Patterson, Sanders R. Patterson, and Keziah Patterson Hume
Grand Children: John Patterson, Lucy Harris, Elizabeth Harris Hyatt, Elisha D. Harris, John W. Harris, Lewis S. Harris, Amy J. Harris, Mary V. Harris, Alice W. Patterson, Lieurana E. Patterson, Rufus F. Patterson, Nevada Patterson, Venetia Hyatt Patterson Carrico, Ira B. Patterson, Addie L. Patterson, John McAllister Patterson, Patrick A. Hume, and Lucy A. Hume
Great Granddaughter: Ellen Hyatt
Lucy Hubbard married Elisha Patterson, the son of John Patterson, Sr., on 9 January 1806, in St. Louis County, Missouri, They had fourteen children.
• 1850 Census: 82nd District, St. Louis County, Missouri, Series: M432 Roll: 414 Page: 476. Household members: Elisha Patterson 66, Lucy Patterson 60, Ann I. Patterson 43, Keziah Patterson 22, Lucy A. R. Patterson 15, Edward F. Patterson 21, and Daniel E. Patterson 17. Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
• 1860 Census: St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Roll: M653_656; Page: 1060. Household members: Lucy Patterson 70, James Patterson 30, Daniel Patterson 28, Garret Hubbard 55, Virginia Pattern 20, Sally Pattern 15, and Elizabeth Swanson 56. Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
• 1870 Census: Saint Ferdinand, Saint Louis, Missouri; Roll: M593_809; Page: 333B. Household members: Lucie Patterson 80, James Patterson 49, Mary Patterson 37, Lizzie Patterson 10/12, Daniel Patterson 37, Florence Patterson 9, Rebecca Patterson 8, James E Patterson 5, D. Hubbard 64. and John Deim 25. Original data: 1870 U.S. census, population schedules. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.Minnesota census schedules for 1870. NARA microfilm publication T132, 13 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
• “The Methodist Church in Missouri” by Frank C. Tucker, copies of pages 13 through 19, in possession of Marilyn P. Devaney. On page 16 the second class formed by John Clark included Elisha and Lucy Hubbard Patterson, William and Asenith Patterson, John and Jane Sanders, Polly Patterson, Gilbert Hodge and wife, Allen Mannon and wife, John and Penelope Brown, Amy James, and Sallie Jamieson. Elisha Patterson was the chosen Class Leader, and the William Patterson Home was the meeting place.
• Copy of a letter from Mrs. K. E. Davis, Granddaughter of Lucy Hubbard Patterson of Corder (SP ?) Missouri dated 26 Jan. 1910 in the possession of Marilyn P. Devaney (copied from the Missouri Genealogical Society records, St. Louis, Missouri. “In her obituary by J. C. Berrymore, it was said that this Christian woman (nee Hubbard) was the most remarkable with whom I have met in the ordinary walks of life. She was born in Virginia March 13, 1790, migrated with her father when a child, stopping for a short time in Kentucky”
• Will: St. Louis and St. Louis County, Missouri Probate Records-778/32II (96) Vol. 2 1849-1861. Page 25 “Elisha Patterson Wrtn 1-19-35. Red. 3-10-54. Lucy Patterson wf. Isaac Jones (removed from the county) Wit. Gilbert James decd & Joseph Patterson Wits. Durrett Patterson so and Ex. William Patterson son & Ex.” E:250 F #4271.