Name: Richard Patten III
Reference Number: AEK-71746
Email received from "mogridge"
Yarmouth Herald May 3, 10 and 17, 1898 compiled by George S.
"In England the Patten family claim an ancestry coeval with the Conquest.
Richard Patten, living in 1119, son and heir of Richard Patten, of
Patten House, Chemlsford Co., Essex, had a son and successor, Richard
Patten, who had three sons, Richard, Robert and John. A branch of the
family was settled in Lancashire in the reign of Henry VIII. (1509-1547).
Richard Patten, of Salem, Mass., said to have been born in Edinburg,
Scotland, married in Salem, Mary (Lindall) Thompson, widow, and had two
children - Richard 1st, of Yarmouth, and Mary, who married James Crosby
1st, of Yarmouth.
Patten, Capt. Richard 1st, of Yarmouth, married Mary Rose daughter
Richard 1st; died 1828, Apr 14, and had:............."
Reading this again, I believe Lindall is her maiden name and Thompson would
have been her married name.
Father: Richard Patten II
- John Patten b: BET 1700 AND 1745 in Marblehead, MA
- Richard Patten IV b: BET 1700 AND 1745 in Edinburg, Scotland
- Robert Patten b: BET 1700 AND 1745