Name: John S. Patillo
Given Name: John S.
Birth: Abt. 1791
Death: 5 Oct 1839 in Jefferson Co., Texas
Burial: On The Trinity River, Texas
Burial place per Melba C. Crosse, "Patillo, Pattillo, Pattullo and Pittillo Families
Change Date: 21 Nov 2012 at 10:41:26
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per Melba C. Crosse, "Patillo, Pattillo, Pattullo and Pittillo Families:
There is a record in Groveton, Trinity Co., Texas, which shows that the heirs of John S. Patt illo transferred 192 acres of land in this county on Alabama Creek, about 9 1/2 miles N 2.5 d egrees E from Sumter 'being part of the land they are entitled to by virtue of Cert. 424 issu ed by the Board of Land Commissioners of Rusk Co., Texas', Dated 19 May 1851
Done at Austin Sept 1872; filed Mar. 1895
Volume "O", p. 592
Bernice Pattillo, a descendant of John S., has in her possession papers which were sent to he r father by Jas. B. Goff & Son, a firm of lawyers in Austin, TX, re: the estate settlement o f John S. in Texas
Per "Forgotten News" by Annable
1816 Personal Property Tax List
Name Horses S. Horses Negroes Ferries General Ara Residence
Pitillo, John S. 1 0 0 0 Living at Captain Steels'
From Patillo, Pattillo, Pattullo and Pittillo Families compiled by Melba C. Crosse, at the St ate Library of Florida, copy reproduced by Florida State Archives, Department of State, R.A . Gray Building, Tallahassee, Florida:
JOHN S. PATTILLO d. 1832, Tex., and was buried on the Trinity River in that state. He was en umerated on the 1830 census of Gallatin Co., Ill. He married Mrs. Mary Sullenger who had on e son, Alex. J. Sullenger.
According to family legend, John S. Pattillo came to America from France ca 1801. He went t o what is now the State of Texas and received a Spanish land grant of 320 acres on the Trinit y River. Two surveys, by virtue of this grant, show that 128 acs. fell in what is now Colema n Co. and 192 acs. in Trinity Co.
There is a record in Groveton, Trinity Co., Tex., which shows that the heirs of John S. Patti llo transferred 192 acs. of land in this county on Alabama Creek, about 9 1/2 miles N 2.5 deg rees E from Sumter "being part of the land they are entitled to by virtue of Cert. 424 issue d by the Board of Land Commissioners of Rusk Co., Tex." Dated 19 May 1851. Done at Austin Se pt. 1872; filed Mar. 1895. (Vol. "O", p. 592).
Bernice Pattillo, a descendant of John S., has in her possession papers which were sent to he r father by Jas. B. Goff & Son, a firm of lawyers in Austin, Tex., re the estate settlement o f John S. in Tex.
John S. Pattillo and Mrs. Mary Sullenger had issue:
1. Milton G. Pattillo b. ca 1826; m. Margaret E. ____. .....
1a. Alice E, b. 1850
1b. Milton Johnson, b. 1855, Ill
1c. Jonathan W., b. 1858
1d. Lenora, b. 1861
2. Elizabeth D. Pattillo
3. Felix Grundy Pattillo b. 18 May 1819; d. 1855 and was buried Saline Co., Ill. He marrie d Eleanor E. Roark, b. 10 Feb. 1826, Equality, Ill. Their issue:
3a. Artimisa E., b 12 Feb 1846
3b. Michael G., b. 8 Jan 1847
3c. Nancy Jane, b. 1 Jany 1849
3d. William M. b. 24 Jan 1851; d. 14 Apr 1865
3e. David A. 7 Nov 185 _
3f. Lemuel A., b. 21 Nov 1854; d. 26 June 1881
Nancy Jane Pattillo (3c) was the maternal grandmother of Lloyd S. Anderson, Magnolia, Tex. S he married James Alexander Rice. Mr. Anderson's cousin, Mrs. Barbara Potter Gentry, Cottag e Hills, Ill., has the family papers of their grandmother, Nancy.
4. William H. Pattillo
5. Lemeul J. Pattillo, etc...
This one? A son? Related?
The will of Eleazer Givens, of Hopkins Co., KY, was dated 25 Aug. 1833, witnessed by James Ra nkin, H.O. Thompson, Newton D. Clark, and John Pittullo, and it was proved in the court of Ju dge James Rankin in Pope Co., IL, on 7 Oct. 1833, because all four witnesses were residents o f Pope Co., IL. He mentioned his eldest son Thomas Givens, son Eleazer Givens, whom he appoin ted as executor, sons Dixon and Robert Givens, and his wife, but did not name his daughters , to whom he each left a Negro. Givens was shot and killed while in persuit of a runawa y slave in Smithland, KY, which is on the Ohio River just across the border from Pope Co., IL , and the will was apparently dictated on his deathbed to the witnesses, who were from Illino is. His estate was large, and Thomas J. Noel was one of the creditors listed in the acco unting by his executor.
John S. Pittullo's probate papers...They are on micro film from the LDS family history librar y # 978190
Father: James Patillo b: 1768 in Ely Fifeshire Scotland
Mother: Mary Samuel (Samwell) b: Abt. 1770 in Scotland
Mary Trousdale b: 6 Jul 1793 in Montgomery Co., Tennessee
4 Apr 1816
in Pope Co., Illinois
- Martha A. Patillo b: 1817 in Illinois
- Druscilla Patillo b: Abt. 1818 in Illinois
- Felix Grundy Patillo b: 18 May 1819 in IL
- William H. Patillo b: 1822 in Illinois
- Lemuel Patillo b: 7 Jan 1825 in Gallatin Co., Illinois
- Milton George Patillo b: 11 Feb 1826 in Gallatin Co., Illinois
- Elizabeth D. Patillo b: Abt. Sept 1830 in Illinois