James McAllister PATTERSON[1]

Male 1895 - 1919  (23 years)


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  • Name James McAllister PATTERSON  [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
    Born 18 Sep 1895  St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
    Gender Male 
    Census 6 Jun 1900  St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    • 1900 Census - St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri
      Series: T623 Roll: 888 Page: 201
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    1900_John_M_Patterson_StLouisCo_MO.jpg
    Census 29 Apr 1910  St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [19
    • 1910 Census - St. Louis County, Missouri
      Series: T624 Roll: 809 Page: 283
    1910_John_M_Patterson_StLouisCo_MO.jpg
    1910_John_M_Patterson_StLouisCo_MO.jpg
    Education 1910-attending school  [10, 20
    Draft Registration 5 Jun 1917  Lyman, South Dakota Find all individuals with events at this location 
    WW I Draft Registration Card 

    • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
      about James Mc Allister Patterson
      Name: tabJames Mc Allister Patterson
      County: tabLyman
      State: tabSouth Dakota
      Birthplace: tabMissouri
      Birth Date: tab18 Sep 1895
      Race: tabCaucasian (White)
      FHL Roll Number: tab1877796
      DraftBoard: tab0
    James M. Patterson WWI registration.jpg
    James M. Patterson WWI registration.jpg
    Died 24 Feb 1919  France Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 10, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
    Death Notice 19 Mar 1919  St. Louis, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [26
    • Death Notice in St. Louis Post-Dispatch dated 19 Mar 1919
    James_M_Patterson-Death_Notice-St__Louis_Post_Dispatch_Wed__Mar_19__1919_.jpg
    James_M_Patterson-Death_Notice-St__Louis_Post_Dispatch_Wed__Mar_19__1919_.jpg
    Death Notice in St. Louis Post-Dispatch dated 19 Mar 1919
    Burial 17 Oct 1919  Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Cold Water Cemetery

      TOMBSTONE:
      James M. Patterson
      Missouri
      Pvt. 1 CL. 12 M.G. BN.
      4 DIV.
      September 18, 1895
      February 24, 1919
      Son of John and Lula Patterson.
      "All things work together for good to them that love God." Rom 8:28
      (Government issue stone).

      James M. was the grandson of James M. and Mary E. (Frazier) Patterson, and James and Margaret (Carrico) Thompson.
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    Occupation 1917-farm laborer  [10, 27
    Religion Baptist  [10, 28
    _UID 248D4EAA94D24A2EA9FDE0CDF330E2C2A137 
    Buried 17 Oct 1919  Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 10, 29, 30, 31
    Person ID I2451  Clan Home Genealogy
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2016 

    Father John McAllister PATTERSON,   b. 2 Jun 1872, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jul 1954, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years) 
    Mother Margaret Louise THOMPSON,   b. 2 Nov 1872, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Nov 1954, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years) 
    Married 19 Aug 1893  St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [10, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37
    Family ID F496  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsDraft Registration - WW I Draft Registration Card - 5 Jun 1917 - Lyman, South Dakota Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 24 Feb 1919 - France Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBurial - 17 Oct 1919 - Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 17 Oct 1919 - Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri Link to Google Earth
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  • Documents
    Service Information
    Service Information

  • Notes 
    • !MILITARY: Served in the First World War as a Missouri Pvt. 1 cl., 12 M.G. Bn. , 4 Div. Died of Pneumonia

      SOURCE-BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL-PARENTS-GRANDPARENTS-MILITARY:
      James R. Hume
      http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~hume/

      Patterson, James McAllister
      * Born: 18 Sep 1895, St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Missouri
      * Died: 24 Feb 1919, France at age 23
      * Buried: 17 Oct 1919, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri
      ? Burial: Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri.

      Cold Water Cemetery
      TOMBSTONE:
      James M. Patterson, Missouri Pvt. 1 Co., 12 M.G.Bn., 4 Div.
      September 18, 1895
      February 24, 1919
      Son of John and Lula Patterson.
      "All things work together for good to them that love God." Rom 8:28
      (Government issue stone).

      James M. was the grandson of James M. and Mary E. (Frazier) Patterson, and James and Margaret (Carrico) Thompson.


      SOURCE-BIRTH FAMILY-BIRTH DATE-MILITARY-DEATH DATE:
      PAT-003-
      ?The Patterson Family?
      by William B. Putman, Jr.;
      288 Scudder Avenue; Hyannis Port, Massachusetts 01647;

      Elisha Patterson modified 3 Mar 2001;

      p 7.
      "John McAllister Patterson and Lula Margaret Thompson had the following children:
      -James M. Patterson born 18 Sep 1895 and died in the First World War on 24 Feb 1919 only three months before the war ended [died about 3 1/2 months after -- war ended 11 Nov 1918].
      -John Elmer (Bud) Patterson was born 24 Oct 1900; died 16 Oct 1986. He married Clara Hughes.
      -Margaret (Sis) Patterson was born 2 Jul 1897; she married Edward C. Hume; died 16 Jul 1981.
      -Oliver Block Patterson was born 8 Jan 1904 and died 7 Nov 1990.
      -Gilbert Frazier Patterson was born 20 Sep 1905. He married Nellie Hughes. He died 10 Jul 1981.?


      SOURCE-BIRTH-DEATH:
      Ancestry.com

      Family Data Collection - Individual Records
      about James M Patterson
      Name: James M Patterson
      Parents: James [should be John] McAllister Patterson , Lula M Thompson
      Birth Place: St Louis CO, St Ferd Twp, MO
      Birth Date: 18 Sep 1895
      Death Place: St Ferd Twp, St Louis CO, MO
      Death Date: 24 Feb 1919


      SOURCE-WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION-MIDDLE NAME:
      Ancestry.com

      World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about James Mc Allister Patterson
      Name:
      James Mc Allister Patterson
      County:
      Lyman
      State:
      South Dakota
      Birthplace:
      Missouri
      Birth Date:
      18 Sep 1895
      Race:
      Caucasian (White)
      FHL Roll Number:
      1877796
      DraftBoard:
      0

      Original pages:
      Form 350 Registration Card No. 37
      Name: James McAllister Patterson; Age: 21
      Residence: Reliance, SD
      Date of Birth: Sept 18, 1895
      Natural Born Citizen
      Where born: Florissant, Mo.
      Citizen
      Farm Laborer
      By whom employed: John Larson
      Where employed: Reliance
      Dependents: No
      Single, Caucasian
      Military Service: None
      [can?t read] No

      [Signed] James McAllister Patterson

      medium height
      medium build
      light blue eyes
      light hair
      5 Jun 1917


      MILITARY SERVICE:
      His brother Oliver Block Patterson, Sr.

      James McAllister Patterson served in the First World War as a Missouri Pvt. 1 cl., 12 M.G. Bn., 4 Div. Died of pneumonia.


      SOURCE-LETTER TO BROTHER:
      James R. Hume
      http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~hume/

      From unnamed, undated newspaper: Lula Patterson (Mrs. John M.) wrote to the paper and sent a letter written by her oldest son James McAllister Patterson to his younger brother John Elmer ?Bud? Patterson.

      Florissant?I have read the letter of H. L. Winburn, Camp pastor at Zacharia Taylor Camp, Louisville, published in the Word and Way. I have a son in the army, and from his letters I know the pastor at Zacharia Taylor Camp is right in saying Baptist members and pastors must be more interested in their soldier boys at the camps.

      I am mailing you a copy of a letter written [by] my son in the army to my 18-year-old son at home in the hope you may be able to use it in getting Baptists more interested in denominational work in the camps.?Mrs. John M. Patterson.

      The letter follows:

      Charlotte, N.C., Feb. 18, 1918

      Dear Bud: Will answer your?s and mamma?s letter tonight. Tell mamma I received the box of cake today and lost no time in sampling it.

      Well, today is pay day and I am all alone in the tent as the rest of the bunch are playing poker and blackjack, or shooting craps. Talk about gambling, it is certainly carried on in this army. We have been expecting Secretary of War Baker every day but he has not showed up yet. I do not expect him to condemn the camp when he does come as we have such nice warm weather; the mud is nearly all gone and the roads are in pretty fair condition.

      I watched a pack train leave today for some where in France. Hope they get over all right and are not bothered with submarines.

      Hope you are having as nice weather as we are. The boys have been playing ball since the first of February, bu[t I] have not had my hand on a ball ?. yet. I do not seem to care fo[r] ?e I did when at hom[e]. In fact ? ..tting to be a?.

      The army is a great pl[ace] to make a man of you physically but as to making a man of you other ways that depends on yourself, and I have not much hope for the ones between 17 and 20. I know what I am talking about when I say that, because I have seen a lot between those ages. There are three big temptations constantly before you. Drinking is one, but owing to the law prohibiting it to be sold to soldiers makes it the least of the three. Gambling is [the second]. I will tell you the third and worst, for it won?t do you any harm to know, for some day you may be in this war yourself?the third is women. You probably don?t realize that that is the worst but it is, and unless you put a term in the army you never will. I hope you never have to join to find out, but if you do, remember what I told you. It is hard enough to go straight when you have good people to mix with and go with; when you get thrown out among the other kind ? well, may God help you is all I can say.

      Your brother, Jim.


      SOURCE-LETTER TO MOTHER:
      James R. Hume
      http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~hume/

      Sehl, Germany, Jan. 2, 1919.

      Dear Mamma:

      I received your Christmas package today and was sure glad to get it. I don?t know just when I will wear those nice white socks, but not till I am hard pressed. This is the first Hershey?s chocolate I have seen since leaving the States. And say, you had better be ready to turn out cherry pies by the dozen, and not only cherry, but any kind, for I haven?t had any pie since I left the U.S.A. The French don?t know what pie is.

      We are in Germany now. I wish you could see what a pretty place we are in, right on the Moselle River where it empties into the Rhine, near Coblens, down in the valley; mountains on each side of us. We marched from France to this place; started from Bounq; were one month on the way; left Bounq November 20th. I have seen quite a few countries since leaving the States ? England, France, Lorraine, Alsace, Luxemburg, and now in Germany. We sure had a royal welcome coming through Alsace-Lorraine. They have been under German rule since 1870 and they were certainly glad to belong to France again; they were French but nearly all spoke German.

      The weather is certainly warm here in Germany; we hardly need a coat ? in fact, I am sitting by an open window writing ? but it drizzles rain so much of the time.

      I would certainly like to come home soon, but I have no kick coming. I got out without a scratch. You probably cannot realize how lucky a person was to get through those terrible battles as I did. I was in several hard battles, but the Battle of the Argonne was terrible. I had my raincoat riddled and several machine-gun bullets through my blouse, one through my sleeve and one through the shoulder of my blouse. I was in the battles at Chateau Thierry, Argonne, Vesle, St. Mihiel and Verdun. I suppose you read about them. When men alongside of you and all around you are picked off and you are not it makes you think. In my first battle while I was firing a machine gun two big shells exploded twenty feet from the gun, killed three of the boys and left me sitting there all alone. And that is just one instance; there were many more. I had three of my best pals killed in the Battle of the Argonne; it certainly was sad to think they had to go in what proved to be our last battle, but such things cannot be helped.

      The signing of the Armistice came just in time for us, as we were on the way to the lines the morning of the 11th. We were nearly there but it didn?t make us mad to be marched back at ten bells the morning of the 11th. You would scarcely have thought it would soon be over; the guns were roaring as much as ever. I know I waited anxiously for 11 o?clock to come and when it did and the guns stopped roaring I began to feel pretty good. There is only one thing I shall regret when I leave the army and that is parting with the boys that went through those battles with me. It is only in such places that men really get to know one another and it forms ties that never could be tied as strong in civil life.

      I will not tell you anymore about the battles; will wait till I get home, as I am certain of get getting home now, as we have stopped shooting at one another. I see lots of men every day I fought against. We have a great time telling one another how near we came to bumping each other off.

      Well, I am rid of the cooties for awile and hope I don?t have them when I hit the States, for I am not coming home till I get rid of them. They almost drive a person crazy and it certainly is a relief to get rid of them.

      How is Uncle Elmer getting along? Is he thinking of getting married? I think I shall stay single now as Uncle Sam has showed me I can do my washing, sewing and cooking, so I think I can get along.

      How much [h]oney are the bees making? I certainly will want some good hot biscuits and honey and butter when I get home. Of course you won?t know when I am coming, as I am coming, or rather going to walk in some night and ask if I can stay all night. I suppose Ed Peiman did not get to the lines. Too bad, one way, as he missed an experience; but in another way he was lucky, for he may have been injured.

      I have told about all the news, but cannot tell when I will be home. I must close with love to all and hope to be with you all before many months.

      Your son,

      Jim


      SOURCE-LETTER FROM WAR DEPARTMENT TO FATHER:
      James R. Hume
      http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~hume/

      PJ 2-201

      WAR DEPARTMENT

      THE ADJUTANT GENERAL?S OFFICE

      WASHINGTON

      In reply
      refer to: 201 ( Patterson, James M ) DR January 8, 1920.


      Mr. John M. Patterson,
      Route #34,
      Florissant, Mo.

      Dear Sir:
      In response to your letter of November 3rd, relative to information concerning the personal effects and service record of your son, James M. Patterson, #562, 687, late private of Co. C, 12th M. G. Bn., you are advised that the records of this office show as follows:

      James M. Patterson enlisted August 3, 1917, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., giving as his age, 21 years, 10 months, Occupation farmer, residence Reliance, S. Dak., and emergency address as John Patterson, father, Florissant, Mo. He was assigned to Co., M, 59th Infantry. On December 1, 1917, he was transferred to Co. C. 12th M. G. Bn, with which organization he embarked for overseas duty from New York on May 7, 1918. He participated in the battle of the Aisne-Marne Offensive from July 18th to August 6th, 1918; St. Mihiel Offensive from September 12th to the 16th; and the Meuse Argonne Offensive from September 25th to October 19, 1918. The records further show that Pvt. Patterson was admitted to Corp. Hospital #301, Cochem, Germany, on February 24, 1919, suffering from lobar pneumonia of which he died at midnight on the same date.

      The inventory of effects on file in this office, shows that this soldier had ?No Effects?. For further information regarding same, it is suggested that you communicate with the Effects Bureau, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N. J.

      Permit me to express the sincere sympathy of the Department on account of the great loss you have sustained in the death of your son, and to commend you for the contribution made to the cause for which this soldier gave his life.

      Very respectfully,

      P. C. Harris
      The Adjutant General
      Per A.B.


      [Handwritten note at bottom of page reads:]
      Please return this
      as it is all the record I have.
      Mrs. Lula Patterson


      SOURCE-BIRTH-PARENTS-GRANDPARENTS-MILITARY-DEATH-BURIAL:
      Document PAT-006:
      "A Stroll Through Coldwater Cemetery" -
      Tombstone Inscriptions and Historical Information;
      Copyright applied for 1976 by Webster Groves Chapter, National Society, DAR;

      p 25.
      "Tombstone: James M. Patterson, Missouri Pvt. 1 Co., 12 M.G. Bn., 4 Div.
      September 28, 1895, February 24, 1919.
      Son of John and Lula Patterson.
      'All things work together for good to them that love God.' Rom 8:38 (Government issue stone.)

      James M. was the grandson of James M. and Mary E. (Frazier) Patterson, and James and Margaret (Carrico) Thompson."


      SOURCE-BURIAL:
      Burial Location World War I
      ABMC Info

      This Commission's Register of World War I Dead interred or
      Memorialized at the overseas American military cemeteries does not include the
      Name of James A. Patterson. This indicates that, if War Dead, by
      decision of next of kin, his remains were returned to the U.S. for interment at a
      national or private cemetery.
      [We don?t know how they picked up middle initial of ?A?. McAllister was spelled out unless they file in that way. This would show that that James is buried in Cold Water. Checking with Commission as to the middle initial being ?M? not ?A?]

      from
      ABMC Info info@abmc.gov
      to
      Dan Devaney genealogy4999@gmail.com
      date
      Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 4:02 AM
      subject
      RE: Burial Location World War I

      This Commission World War I burial register does not include the name of James M. Patterson.


      SOURCE-BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL:
      Find A Grave - 4 Jun 2015

      James McAllister Patterson

      Birth:?
      Sep. 18, 1895
      Death:?
      Feb. 24, 1919, France

      ?
      Burial:
      Coldwater Cemetery
      Florissant
      St. Louis County
      Missouri, USA
      ?
      Created by: T.V.F.T.H.
      Record added: May 23, 2010
      Find A Grave Memorial# 52755778


      [NOTE: MARKER INSCRIPTION:

      JAMES M
      PATTERSON
      PFC
      US MARINE CORPS
      WORLD WAR I
      SEP 181895
      FEB 24 1919
      SON OF JOHN &
      LULA PATTERSON
      ALL THINGS WORK
      TOGETHER FOR
      GOOD TO THEM
      THAT LOVE GOD
      ROM 8:28



      SOURCE-1900 CENSUS:
      PATTERSON, JOHN (1900 U.S. Census)
      MISSOURI , ST LOUIS, ST FERDINAND TWP
      Age: 28, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: MO
      Series: T623 Roll: 888 Page: 201B
      Vail Ave., 77/80, Enumerated 6 Jun 1900 by Julius R. Nolte.
      -John M. Patterson, head, w/m, Jun 1872, 27, m 6 years, MO/MO/MO, farmer, reads, writes, & speaks English.
      -Louisa Patterson, wife, w/f, Nov 1872, 27, m 6 years, 4 child/3 living, MO/SCOT/MO, reads, writes, & speaks English.
      -James Patterson, son, w/m, Sep 1895, 4, S, MO/MO/MO.
      -Margaret Patterson, dau, w/f, Jul 1897, 2, S, MO/MO/MO.
      -John E. Patterson, son, w/m, Nov 1899, 6/12[?], S, MO/MO/MO.
      -Mary F. Patterson, mother, w/f, 65, widow, 4 child/2 living, MO/SCOT/MO, reads, writes, & speaks English.
      -Lee Vasquez, boarder, w/m, Jun 1879, 20, s, MO/MO/MO, farm laborer, reads, writes, & speaks English. [Lee Vasques had a sister Estina Cecelia who married John Louis Patterson, John M. Patterson's first cousin.]


      SOURCE-1910 CENSUS:
      PATTERSON, JOHN M (1910 U.S. Census)
      Missouri , ST LOUIS, ST FERDINAND TWP, Age 37, Male, Race: White, Born: Missouri
      Series: T624 Roll: 809 Page: 283A.
      Sinks Road. Dwelling 108; Family 109.
      Enumerated 29 Apr 1910.
      All except Oliver B. and Gilbert F. read, write, & speak English.
      -John M. Patterson, head, m, w, 37, m.1 - 16 yrs., MO/MO/MO, farmer, general farm.
      -Lula Patterson, wife, f, w, 37, m.1 - 16 yrs., 6 child/5 living, MO/SCOT/MO.
      -James Patterson, son, m, w, 14, MO/MO/MO, attending school.
      -Maggie Patterson, dau, f, w, 12, MO/MO/MO, attending school.
      -John E. Patterson, son, m, w, 10, MO/MO/MO, attending school.
      -Oliver B. Patterson, son, m, w, 6, MO/MO/MO.
      -Gilbert F. Patterson, son, m, w, 4, MO/MO/MO.


      LETTER ASKING FOR MILITARY DATA:

      Answer said they could find no data on him.

      December 25, 2001

      National Personnel Records Center
      (Military Personnel Records)
      9700 Page Avenue
      St. Louis, Missouri 63132-5100

      Dear Sir or Madam:

      On 30 October 2001 I sent the enclosed letter to you requesting any information you might have on my uncle James M. Patterson who served as a private in World War I.

      You returned the enclosed Questionnaire About Military Service asking for more information. I have filled out this questionnaire with the information that I have.

      In addition to that information, we do know that James M. had a government-issued tombstone which is in Coldwater Cemetery; St. Louis Co., Missouri. It reads:

      ?James M. Patterson,
      Missouri Pvt. 1 Co [this should be Cl as in Private First Class]. 12th Machine Gun Battalion, 4th Division
      September 18, 1895 - February 24, 1919.
      Son of John M. Patterson and Lula Patterson.?

      Unfortunately, I have no papers or other information. The only thing that I recall that could be of help to you is:
      I recall my father saying that his brother died on his way home after separation from the service. I believe he said the death was due to pneumonia.

      The above information is very ?iffy? as I was told this many years ago and my recollection could be incorrect.

      A cousin had the information that James could have died in France or Missouri but no proof.

      I am also enclosing the response I received from the Bureau of Vital Records in Missouri; Jefferson City, Missouri. As you can see, their search for 1917-1921 came up with nothing.

      Hope this helps.

      Thank you.

      Very truly yours,

      Marilyn Patterson Devaney
      4999 Kahala Avenue #228
      Honolulu, Honolulu Co., Hawaii 96816
      Phone: 808-735-1986

      Enclosures


      SOURCE-BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-BURIAL:
      Find A Grave - 9 Jan 2013

      Sarah F. Goslin


      Birth:?
      Jun. 18, 1842
      Death:?
      Nov. 9, 1917

      ?
      Burial:
      Rocky Fork Baptist Church Cemetery
      Hinton
      Boone County
      Missouri, USA
      Plot: w/o Lewis J. Goslin
      ?
      Created by: William Lyman Sr. (inact...
      Record added: May 19, 2008
      Find A Grave Memorial# 26947006



      SOURCE-1850 CENSUS:
      Ancestry.com
      Source Citation: Year: 1850;
      Census Place: District 8, Boone, Missouri;
      Roll: M432_392; Page: 333; Image: 204.
      63/63, 12 Aug 1850
      -David B. Rowland, 47, m, farmer, 1000/, KY.
      -Ann E. Rowland, 40, f, KY.
      -Charles C. Rowland, 22, m, farmer, MO.
      -Mary F. Rowland, 19, f, MO.
      -Jesse L. Douglass, 18, m, MO.
      -William W. Rowland, 20, m, laborer, MO.
      -Frances E. Rowland, 9, f, MO, attended school within the year.
      -William J. Douglass, 4, m, MO. [10]

  • Sources 
    1. [S855] Source, pneumonia-in WW I (Reliability: 0).

    2. [S39] A Stroll Through Coldwater Cemetery, Webster Groves Chapter, National Society, DAR, (1976, Tombstone Inscriptions and Historical Information), page 25 (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S847] ?The Patterson Family?, PAT-003: William Putman, (URL: www.billputman.com), James M. Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    4. [S850] Source, James M. Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    5. [S846] Source, James McAllister Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    6. [S874] Source, James McAllister Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    7. [S837] Source, James McAllister Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    8. [S853] 1900 Federal Census, James Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    9. [S865] Source, James Patterson (Reliability: 0).

    10. [S835] GEDCOM from Marilyn Patterson Devaney, Marilyn Patterson Devaney, (Obtained on 18 Aug 2015).

    11. [S850] Source, 18 Sep 1895 (Reliability: 0).

    12. [S847] ?The Patterson Family?, PAT-003: William Putman, (URL: www.billputman.com), 18 Sep 1895 (Reliability: 0).

    13. [S846] Source, 18 Sep 1895, St. Ferdinand Tp., St. Louis Co., Missouri (Reliability: 0).

    14. [S874] Source, 18 Sep 1895-native born citizen of Florissant, Missouri (Reliability: 0).

    15. [S837] Source, 18 Sep 1895 (Reliability: 0).

    16. [S853] 1900 Federal Census, Sep 1895, 4, MO (Reliability: 0).

    17. [S865] Source, abt 1896, 14, MO (Reliability: 0).

    18. [S314] 1900 - U.S. Census, (Washington: National Archives).

    19. [S311] 1910 - U.S. Census, (Washington: National Archives).

    20. [S865] Source, attending school (Reliability: 0).

    21. [S847] ?The Patterson Family?, PAT-003: William Putman, (URL: www.billputman.com), 24 Feb 1919 (Reliability: 0).

    22. [S846] Source, 24 Feb 1919 at age 23, France (Reliability: 0).

    23. [S850] Source, 24 Feb 1919 (Reliability: 0).

    24. [S875] Source, 24 Feb 1919, 12 midnight, Corp. Hosp. #301, Cochem, Germany (Reliability: 0).

    25. [S837] Source, 24 Feb 1919, France (Reliability: 0).

    26. [S1030] Death Notice, Death Notice in St. Louis Post-Dispatch dated 19 Mar 1919 (Reliability: 3).

    27. [S874] Source, farm laborer (Reliability: 0).

    28. [S855] Source, Baptist (Reliability: 0).

    29. [S850] Source, Coldwater Cem., Florissant, St. Louis Co., Missouri (Reliability: 0).

    30. [S846] Source, 17 Oct 1919, Cold Water Cem., St. Ferdinand Tp., St. Louis Co., Missouri (Reliability: 0).

    31. [S837] Source, 17 Oct 1919, Coldwater Cem., Florissant, St. Louis Co., Missouri (Reliability: 0).

    32. [S847] ?The Patterson Family?, PAT-003: William Putman, (URL: www.billputman.com), 19 Aug 1893 (Reliability: 0).

    33. [S846] Source, 19 Aug 1893, St. Ferdinand Tp., St. Louis Co., Missouri (Reliability: 0).

    34. [S837] Source, 19 Aug 1893, St. Ferdinand Tp., St. Louis Co, Missouri, USA (Reliability: 0).

    35. [S853] 1900 Federal Census, abt 1894-married 6 years (Reliability: 0).

    36. [S865] Source, abt 1894-married 16 years (Reliability: 0).

    37. [S965] History of St. Louis County, William L. Thomas, (St. Louis, Chicago, Philadelphia The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company 1911 In 2 Volumes), Volume 2, page 303-304 (Reliability: 3).