O'Leary Antiques Auctions
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Antique Auction Sat. November 12, 2011
Lodge 1101 Highland Ave.
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Presbyterian Church, located in East Donegal Township, Lancaster Co., Pa
Samuel Smith Patterson (No. 27) resided on the homestead
of his father. He was a man of sterling integrity, a cheerful
Christian gentleman, a kind father, loving husband, and a
pleasant companion. The writer recalls with pleasure the many
enjoyments of social intercourse in his family. He was highly
respected in the community. He took an active part in local
and civil affairs and was the honored representative of Lancaster
County in the State Legislature in the years 1834 and 1835. He
married Mary Mcjimsey. Their children were : daughters —
Sarah Mary and Martha Rebecca ; sons — Joseph M., James B.,
Smith, Frank and John. His wife and daughter, Sarah Mary,
also a son, James Alexander, and a daughter, Elizabeth Ann,
died at the homestead, the two latter in their infancy, and are
buried at Donegal (graves Nos. 50, 51, 212, 213). A few years
after the death of Sarah Mary, Mr. Patterson sold his farm and
moved with his family to Sterling, 111., where he died.
Chart of Family of Samuel Smith Patterson (No. 27)
Thomas B. Read ptg. of J. Patterson, 1812-1863 Donegal Township, Pa.
o/p sight size 7 6/16" x 6 1/4"
B. Read ptg. of Mary McJimsey wife of Samuel Smith Patterson
Donegal Presbyterian Church, East Donegal Township, Lancaster Co. Pa
o/p sight size 8" x 6 1/4"
B. Read ptg. of Mrs. Patterson died 1870, Of Donegal Township,
Pa. o/p sight size 8" x 6 3/4".