Dr Douglas N. Patterson, 2nd Husband of Caroline A. McRae 
Duncan Nathaniel Patterson was born in 1825 in West End, North Carolina, his father, Daniel, was 47 and his mother, Nancy, was 33. He married Caroline A McRae and they had two children together. He also had one son and two daughters with his 2nd wife, Mary Jane Christian. He died on June 22, 1904, in Charlotte, North Carolina, having lived a long life of 79 years, and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Charlotte.
Mary Jane Christian was born on September 13, 1846, in Montgomery, North Carolina, her father, Samuel, was 31, and her mother, Eliza, was 24. She had one son and three daughters with Duncan Nathaniel Patterson between 1869 and 1874. She died as a young mother on July 28, 1875, in her hometown, and was buried in Mount Gilead, North Carolina.
MARY JANE CHRISTIAN - PARENTS & SIBLINGS
The Five Children of Samuel H. Christian and Eliza Anne Wall
Ann Eliza Christian was born in 1842 in Montgomery, North Carolina, her father, Samuel, was 27, and her mother, Eliza, was 20.  She died in June 1862 of Typhoid fever in her Montgomery County, North Carolina at the age of 20.
1.  Ann Eliza Christian
John Giles Christian was born in August 29, 1844 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, his father, Samuel, was 30 and his mother, Eliza, was 23. He married Lucy A Barringer on March 13, 1866, in his hometown. They had four children during their marriage. He died on December 11, 1887, in Mt. Gilead, Montgomery, North Carolina, commiting suicide by hanging himself in his barn at the age of 42 probably due to his addiction to morphine.  Lucy was the daughter of  Edmond Green Lee Barringer and Sarah Jane Hearne and was bor on December 1, 1844 in Mt, Gilead, Montgomery County, North Carolina.  She died on January 23, 1937 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. 
John and Lucy had four children:
1.  Samuel H. Christian II
2.  Robert W. Christian
3.  Sarah "Sallie" Hearne Christian
4.  Jennie M. Christian
2.  Dr. John Giles Christian
U.S.\u002C Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles\u002C 1861-1865

Name:  John Giles Christian

Residence:  Edgecombe County, North Carolina

Age at enlistment:  18

Enlistment Date:  1 Jun 1862

Rank at enlistment:  Private

Enlistment Place:  Edgecombe County, North Carolina

State Served:  North Carolina

Survived the War?:  Yes

Service Record:  Enlisted in. Mustered out on 01 Jun 1862.  Transferred to Company H, North Carolina 44th Infantry Regiment on 01 Jun 1862.

Birth Date:  abt 1844

Sources:  North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster

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Burial:
Zion Methodist Cemetery 
Mount Gilead
Montgomery County
North Carolina, USA
Mary Jane Christian was born on September 13, 1846, in Montgomery, North Carolina, her father, Samuel, was 31, and her mother, Eliza, was 24. She married Duncan Nathaniel Patterson in December 1867. They had four children during their marriage. She died as a young mother on July 28, 1875, in her hometown, and was buried in Mount Gilead, North Carolina.
Sarah Margaret Christian was born in 1850 in Montgomery, North Carolina, her father, Samuel, was 35, and her mother, Eliza, was 28. She had one brother and two sisters. She died as a teenager on October 15, 1864, in her hometown.

Samuel H. Christian

Birth: May 20, 1815

Death: Mar. 2, 1864

 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Eliza Christian (1822 - 1892)
 
 Children:
  John Giles Christian (1844 - 1887)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Zion Methodist Cemetery 
Mount Gilead
Montgomery County
North Carolina, USA

Eliza Christian

Birth: Feb. 26, 1822

Death: Jul. 6, 1892


 Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Samuel H. Christian (1815 - 1864)*
 
 Children:
  John Giles Christian (1844 - 1887)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Zion Methodist Cemetery 
Mount Gilead
Montgomery County
North Carolina, USA

Samuel H. Christian was elected to the 2nd Confederate                 Congress but died before he could take office
Sam Christian Mine - from Wadeville, west to within 3 miles of junctions of Routes 24 and 27, the Sam Christian Mine produced native gold (notable for large nuggets). Sam Christian Mine produced gold in placers, very large nuggets. This mine has gained something of a reputation for large and fine nuggets. The gold is found in old "channels", in gravel of a thickness of one to 3 feet and deeply covered with soil. The gold is rarely found in dust, but generally in nuggets of from 5 Dwts. to 1000 Dwts. The tract contains 1286 acres and has been worked in two places: Dry Hollow and the old Sam Christian Cut. Other channels are also known. The mine is 190 feet above the adjacent watercourses. The Yadkin River at Swift Island Ford are 3 miles away. The Sam Christian mine, located near Swift Island about 8 miles south of Morrowtock in the area of Shelter Mt., is mentioned in the following account of Mt. Gilead history: 1867-68 Christian mine operated by Sam Christian. 1872-Not in operation. 1890-Sam Christian mine in charge of a London company. 1896-Sam Christian mine owned by J.A. McAuley of Mt. Gilead. Gold was reportedly mined an a very small scale as early as 1785 near crossroads and Pekin in the lower section of Montgomery County, though no notes have been located to verify this fact. Located 4.5 miles west of Wadeville, the Sam Christian Mine was worked intermittently for several years and yielded many nuggets. This mine has been owned by many different men. It was operated for a time by hydraulic methods with water pumped from the nearby Yadkin River. The deposits of this mine consist of alluvium in former stream channels.

Who was Samuel Christian and what connections did he have with the Melton family?

 

Records indicate he was born in the early 1800's and died in 1864. He was the son of Rev. John Christian, and with the establishment of his mine, became one of the richest men in Montgomery County. He served as the postmaster of Lawrenceville, which was the county seat of Montgomery/Stanly Counties for a time before the they split into two counties. 

He owned a large amount of land and property and records indicate he was planning on opening cotton mills with technology ahead of it's time. Montgomery county documents place him as owning "machinery used in factories for spinning yarn" and indicated that the machinery would be driven by water power, channeled no doubt, from the Yadkin River, a resource he used in his highly destructive environmentally gold-mining operations. Christian owned a large number of slaves and at the end of the century, a large population of African-Americans with the surname "Christian" lived in the PeeDee/Swift Island section of Montgomery County. 

In addition : 

Personnel of the Convention of 1861, Issues 1-3

 By John Gilchrist McCormick

 

Gives the following account of Samuel H. Christian:

"S. H. Christian of Montgomery, was born at  Lawrenceville, Montgomery County, May 20, 1805. The Christians were of English ancestry and came to North Carolina from Virginia, settling on the fertile bottom-land of the Pee Dee River in the above county. When a very small boy, he had the misfortune to be injured in such a manner to make him a cripple for life. He recieved his education at the neighborhood schools and at an early age embarked in the merchantile business. He soon united  farming with it and was very successful in  both. He also added a large flouring mill to his other interests. He represented his county in the State Senate in 1854 and '56. He was strongly opposed to secession. He was appointed to the Confederate Congress in 1863, but died, March 2 in 1864, before taking his seat."

Dr Douglas N. Patterson, and 2nd Wife Mary Jane Christian 
LINE OF DESCENT:
DR. DUNCAN NATHANIEL PATTERSON
+MARY JANE CHRISTIAN
          ANNIE ELIZA WALL PATTERSON
          +THOMAS ROPER BALDWIN JR
                    DUNCAN PATTERSON BALDWIN
                    +ANNIE LEE GARRISON
                              MARGARET ELIZABETH "PEGGY" BALDWIN
                              +WILLIAM PRICE MURRELL
                              PATSY BALDWIN
                    ANNIE WALL BALDWIN
                    +GEORGE GIBSON HARMAN JR
                              GEORGE GIBSON HARMAN JR
                              +ANN LUCILLE WORISCHEK
                    MINNIE LEGRAND BALDWIN      DIED YOUNG
                    CAROLYN TILLETT BALDWIN
                    +CLARENCE KINSEY GLOVER SR.
                              CLARENCE KINSEY GLOVER JR.
                              +MARY ANN HUMPHRIES
                              CAROLYN PATTERSON GLOVER
                              ANNE GLOVER  
                              WHEELER LEGRAND GLOVER
                              +BARBARA GLENN THOMASON
                                        THOMAS HUB GLOVER
                                        STEVEN MAY GLOVER
                              MARTHA CHRISTIAN GLOVER    
                    REBECCA ROPER BALDWIN     DIED YOUNG
          DANIEL JOHNSON PATTERSON     DIED YOUNG
          JENNIE WALL PATTERSON     DIED YOUNG
          JANE CHRISTIAN PATTERSON
          +CHARLES MARCELLUS PRITCHETT
                    CHARLES MARCELLUS PRITCHETT JR
                    +ANNE WINSLOW LETELLIER
                    JANE CHRISTIAN PRITCHETT
                    SARAH CONYERS PRITCHETT     DIED YOUNG 
                    DUNCAN NATHANIEL PATTERSON PRITCHETT
                    +MARTHA TRACY HOWELL
                              DUNCAN NATHANIEL PATTERSON PRITCHETT JR
                              +SHARON KATHLEEN GIVEN
                                        STEPHANY ALLISON PRITCHETT
                                        +BRIAN CHARLES KEYS  
                                        MICHAEL PRITCHETT
                                        +JANET ______
                                                  PATTERSON J. PRITCHETT
                                                  CARTER J. PRITCHETT
                                                  ALEXA S. PRITCHETT  
                              +ELIZABETH ANNE KING
                    
.
    
1st Child of D. N. Patterson and Mary Jane Christian
Annie Eliza Wall Patterson was born on January 27, 1869, her father, Duncan, was 44, and her mother, Mary, was 22. She married Thomas Roper Baldwin in 1894. They had five children during their marriage. She died on March 30, 1904, in Richmond, North Carolina, at the age of 35, and was buried in Legrand Cemetery, Richmond County.  Thomas Roper Baldwin was born on March 5, 1860, his father, Thomas Sr., was 27 and his mother, Ermine Cornelia Legrand, was 22. After the death of Annie in 1904,  He married Annie Ray Liles on August 10, 1907 in Moore, North Carolina.  They had three children together. He died on December 10, 1925, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the age of 65, and was buried in Legrand Cemetery, Richmond County, North Carolina sharing a grave marker with his first wife.  Annie Ray Liles Baldwin died on September 6, 1964, in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia and was buried in Rockingham, Richmond County, North Carolina  at the age of 83.

Annie Eliza Patterson with Children

The boy is Duncan (Pat) Baldwin, 

Thomas Roper Baldwin     and unnamed child

Thomas Roper Baldwin     and unnamed child

Thomas  R. Baldwin         1st Marriage

North Carolina\u002C Marriage Records\u002C 1741-2011

 

Name:  Annie Patterson

Gender:  Female

Race:  White

Age:  24

Birth Year:  abt 1870

Marriage Date:  28 Nov 1894

Marriage Place:  Richmond, North Carolina, USA

Father:  D A Patterson

Mother:  Patterson

Spouse Gender:  Male

Spouse Race:  White

Spouse Age:  34

Spouse Father:  Thos R Baldwin

Spouse Mother:  Winnie C Baldwin

Event Type:  Marriage

Household Members

Name    Age

Thomas R Baldwin

Annie Patterson

Thomas  R. Baldwin                2nd Marriage

North Carolina, Marriage Index, 1741-2004

Name:Thomas R Baldwin

Gender:Male

Spouse:Annie Ray Liles

Spouse Gender:Female

Marriage Date:10 Aug 1907

Marriage County:Moore

Marriage State:North Carolina

Thomas Roper Baldwin, Jr

Birth: Mar. 5, 1860
Mangum
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

Death: Dec. 10, 1925
Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Thomas Roper Baldwin (1833 - 1885)
  Ermine C Legrand Baldwin (1838 - 1898)
 
 Spouse:
  Ann Patterson Baldwin (1869 - 1904)*
 
 Children:
  Minnie LeGrand Baldwin (1898 - 1900)*
  Rebecca Roper Baldwin (1903 - 1903)*
 
 Siblings:
  James Legrand Baldwin (1858 - 1937)*
  Thomas Roper Baldwin (1860 - 1925)
  Homer Dudley Baldwin (1866 - 1941)*
  Virginia S. Baldwin (1872 - 1958)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Legrand Cemetery 
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

Annie Liles Baldwin

Birth: Aug. 30, 1881

Death: Sep. 6, 1964

Burial:
Eastside Cemetery 
Rockingham
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

Ann Patterson Baldwin

Birth: Jan. 27, 1869

Death: Mar. 30, 1904
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA


Wife of Thomas 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Thomas Roper Baldwin (1860 - 1925)
 
 Children:
  Minnie LeGrand Baldwin (1898 - 1900)*
  Rebecca Roper Baldwin (1903 - 1903)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Legrand Cemetery 
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

The Rocket Wed. Feb 3 1886
Thomas Roper Baldwin Obit
    THOMAS ROPER BALDWIN SR.
Father of Thomas Roper Baldwin Jr.
      husband of Annie Patterson
Thomas Roper Baldwin Sr. was born on February 25, 1833, in Montgomery, North Carolina, his father, Dudley Malcom Baldwin, was 39 and his mother, Rebecca Roper, was 30. He married Ermine Cornelia Legrand on December 23, 1856, in Richmond County, North Carolina. They had nine children in 18 years. He died in 1886 in Richmond County, North Carolina, at the age of 53, and was buried in the Legrand Cemetery in Richmond County, North Carolina next to his wife who died in 1898.  Ermine was born January 4, 1838, the daughter of James T Legrand and Martha Richardson Terry and died November 30, 1898.
U.S.\u002C Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles\u002C 1861-1865

NameThomas Roper Baldwin

ResidenceRichmond County, North Carolina

OccupationFarmer

Age at enlistment29

Enlistment Date14 Apr 1862

Rank at enlistment3rd Lieutenant

Enlistment PlaceRichmond County, North Carolina

State ServedNorth Carolina

Survived the War?Yes

Service RecordPromoted to Full 3rd Lieutenant on 14 Apr 1862.Commissioned an officer in Company E, North Carolina 52nd Infantry Regiment on 28 Apr 1862.Mustered out on 11 Sep 1863.

Birth Dateabt 1833

SourcesNorth Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster

Children of Annie Wall Patterson & Thomas Roper Baldwin
1.   Duncan Patterson Baldwin
2.   Annie Wall Baldwin
3.   Minnie Legrand Baldwin
4.   Caroline Tillett Baldwin
5.   Rebecca Roper Baldwin
1.   Duncan Patterson Baldwin
Duncan Patterson Baldwin was born on October 5, 1896, in Mangum, North Carolina, his father, Thomas, was 36 and his mother, Annie, was 27. He married Annie Lee Garrison on June 17, 1919, in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. They had one child during their marriage. He died on April 13, 1942, in St Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, at the age of 45.  Annie Lee Garrison was born on August 2, 1896, in Steel Creek, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, her father, Alonzo "Lon" Oscar Garrison, was 26, and her mother, Emma Hester Capps, was 20. Duncan and Annie had two children during their marriage. Annie died on December 13, 1959, in St Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, at the age of 63.
Duncan and Annie had two daughters:
1.   Margaret Elizabeth "Peggy" Baldwin, born in 1923 at
      Norfolk, Virginia.  Peggy married William Price Murrell
  
2.  Patsy Baldwin born in 1931 in Florida.
2.   Annie Wall Baldwin
Annie Wall Baldwin was born on January 2, 1897, her father, Thomas, was 36, and her mother, Annie, was 27. She married George Gibson Harman on March 6, 1922 in Washington D.C.. She died on September 6, 1989, in Chevy Chase, Maryland, at the age of 92, and was buried in Alexandria, Virginia at Alexandria National Cemetery next to her husband.  Her husband, George Gibson Harman was born on December 2, 1892, in Augusta County, Virginia, his father, Oliver C. Harman , was 35 and his mother, Anna Elizabeth Gibson, was 17. He died on April 2, 1967, in Mathews, Virginia, at the age of 74, and was buried in Alexandria, Virginia at Alexandria National Cemetery.

District of Columbia, Marriage Records, 1810-1953

Name:George G Harman

Gender:Male

Age:29

Birth Date:abt 1893

Marriage Date:6 May 1922

Marriage Place:

District of Columbia, USA

Spouse:Annie W Baldwin

Film Number:002293226

George and Annie had one son
George Gibson Harman Jr.was born on December 7, 1924, in Norfolk, Virginia, his father, George, was 32 and his mother, Annie, was 27. On June 16, 1943, at the age of 18, he enlisted in the Army to serve in World War II. He lived in Blacksburg, Virginia, in 1949.  On February 1st, 1953 in Washington D.C., he married Ann Lucille Worischek, the daughter of Arthur Carl Worischek and Rose Mary Hackett, both of whom are buried at Arlington National Cemetery.  Ann was born  in 1932 in the District of Columbia, her father, Arthur, was 39, and her mother, Rose, was 32. She lived in Washington, District of Columbia, in 1948. She has one sister.  George and Ann had at least three children.

George G. Harman

Associated organizations

NASA

Fields of study

Semiconductors

Biography

George G. Harman’s career has been dedicated to understanding, standardizing and improving wire bond technology. His contributions toward transforming a labor-intensive, manual and sometimes unreliable procedure into an automated, reliable process have enabled wire bonding to become the standard for semiconductor interconnections.

Harman developed a 60- to 120-kHz floating-cone capacitor microphone system to plot the ultrasonic vibration modes of bonding tools when the Poseidon strategic missile was experiencing unpredictable wire bond reliability problems. The results of this work were applied toward improving process control and measurement methods and to yield a better understanding of other problems in the ultrasonic bonding machines/processes. He started the ASTM F-01.07 Committee to standardize wire bond testing methods and was responsible for updating these standards in 2006. He also wrote the first version of the nondestructive bond pull test used for MIL-STD-833, which is currently required for most critical space parts used by NASA.

He holds four patents and has won numerous awards. An IEEE Life Fellow, Mr. Harman is currently an NIST Scientist Emeritus and consultant.

3.   Minnie Legrand Baldwin
Minnie LeGrand Baldwin was born on November 18, 1898, in Richmond County, North Carolina, her father, Thomas, was 38 and his mother, Annie, was 29.  She died as a child on May 22, 1900, in  Richmond County, and and is buried in the Legrand Cemetery in Richmond County, sharing a grave marker with the parents sister.

Minnie LeGrand Baldwin

Birth: Nov. 18, 1898
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

Death: May 22, 1900
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Thomas Roper Baldwin (1860 - 1925)
  Ann Patterson Baldwin (1869 - 1904)
 
 Sibling:
  Minnie LeGrand Baldwin (1898 - 1900)
  Rebecca Roper Baldwin (1903 - 1903)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Legrand Cemetery 
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA

4.   Carolyn Tillett Baldwin
Carolyn Tillet Baldwin was born on September 14, 1900, in Rockingham, North Carolina, her father, Thomas, was 40, and her mother, Annie, was 31. She married on October 5, 1929, Clarence Kinsey Glover, in District of Columbia. . She died on February 24, 1954, in Falls Church, Virginia, at the age of 53 and was buried next to her husband at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. Clarence Kinsey Glover was born on November 26, 1887, in Wetzel, West Virginia, his father, Lamech V. Glover, was 41 and his mother, Eliza Anne Brown, was 40.  Clarence was a Captain in the U.S. Army during WWI and was discharged in 1920. He then was  employed by the U.S. government as a clerk with the Interstate Commerce Division. They had five children during their marriage. Clarence died on July 12, 1952, at the age of 64, and was buried in Arlington, Virginia at Arlington National Cemetery.

Clarence Kinsey Glover

Birth: Nov. 26, 1887

Death: Jul. 12, 1952

 
Note: CAPT SAN CORPS USA

 

Burial:
Arlington National Cemetery 
Arlington
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sec: 3, Site: 1680-F

Carolyn Baldwin Glover

Birth: Sep. 14, 1900

Death: Feb. 21, 1964

 
Note: Widow Of Clarence

 

Burial:
Arlington National Cemetery 
Arlington
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sec: 3, Site: 1680-E

Ma & Pa Glover & family

Back row: Bessie "Essie" Ann, Clarence Kinsey (brother & sister). Children: Paul B, Ann, Gladys, Carl, Sylvia. Ma (Amanda Skidmore lemay Glover) & Pa (Lamech V. Glover).

District of Columbia\u002C Marriage Records\u002C 1810-1953

Name:  Carolyn Tillett Baldwin

Gender:  Female

Age:  29

Birth Date:  abt 1900

Marriage Date:  5 Oct 1929

Marriage Place:  District of Columbia, USA

Spouse:  Clarence Kinsey Glover

Film Number:  002399053

Household Members

Name    Age

Clarence Kinsey Glover

Carolyn Tillett Baldwin

1940 United States Federal Census

Name:  Clarence Glover

Respondent:  Yes

Age:  41

Estimated birth year:  abt 1899

Gender:  Male

Race:  White

Birthplace:  West Virginia

Marital Status:  Married

Relation to Head of House:  Head

Home in 1940:  Falls Church, Fairfax, Virginia

Map of Home in 1940:  View Map

Street:  Greenway Blvd

Farm:  No

Inferred Residence in 1935:  Falls Church, Fairfax, Virginia

Residence in 1935:  Same House

Resident on farm in 1935:  No

Sheet Number:  19A

Number of Household in Order of Visitation:  384

Occupation:  Lawyer

House Owned or Rented:  Owned

Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:  9000

Attended School or College:  No

Highest Grade Completed:College,   5th or subsequent year

Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:  40

Class of Worker:  Wage or salary worker in Government work

Weeks Worked in 1939:  52

Income:  4800

Income Other Sources:  No

Neighbors:  View others on page

Household Members:

Name    Age

Clarence Glover   41

Carolyn Glover   38

Clarence Glover   9

Carolyn Glover   7

Anne Glover   6

Le Grand Glover   5

Martha Glover   7/12

THE FIVE CHILDREN OF CLARENCE AND CAROLYN
1.  Dr. Clarence Kinsey Glover
Clarence Kinsey Glover was born on October 16, 1930, in the District of Columbia, his father, Clarence, was 42 and his mother, Carolyn, was 30.  Clarence was a Physcian at DePaul Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia.  He married Mary Ann Humphries on October 27, 1956 in Covington, Alleghany County, Virginia by the Rev. E. Lee Chattin. Mary Ann Humphries was born on July 17, 1935, the daughter of Virginia Baker and David L. Humphries. She was an R.N
2.  Carolyn Patterson Glover
Carolyn Patterson Glover was born in 1933 in District of Columbia, her father, Clarence, was 46, and her mother, Carolyn, was 33. She lived in Falls Church, Virginia, in 1949.
3.  Anne Glover
Anne Glover was born in 1934 in District of Columbia, her father, Clarence, was 47, and her mother, Carolyn, was 34. She lived in Falls Church, Virginia, in 1950.
4.  Wheeler Legrand Glover
Wheeler Legrande Glover was born on October 24, 1934, in Washington, District of Columbia, his father, Clarence, was 46 and his mother, Carolyn, was 34. He married Barbara Glenn Thom- ason on September 30, 1961, in McLean, Vir -ginia. They divorced December 22, 1970 in Fairfax County, Vir- ginia. They had two children during their marriage. He died on July 10, 1991 in Vir- ginia, at the age of 56 and is buried in Quan- tico National Cemetery, Quantico, Prince Wil- liam County, Virginia 

Wheeler L Glover

Birth: Oct. 24, 1934

Death: Jul. 10, 1991


SP4, US ARMY

 

Burial:
Quantico National Cemetery 
Quantico
Prince William County
Virginia, USA
Plot: 3, 0, 315

Wheeler Legrand and Barbara had two sons:
1.  Thomas Hub Glover
2.  Steven May Glover
5.  Martha Christian Glover
Martha Christian Glover was born in 1939 in District of Columbia, her father, Clarence, was 52, and her mother, Carolyn, was 39. She lived in Falls Church, Virginia, in 1957.
5.   Rebecca Roper Baldwin
Rebecca Roper Baldwin  was born on February 5, 1903, in Richmond County, North Carolina, her father, Thomas, was 42 and his mother, Annie, was 34.  She died as an infant on September 27, 1903, living less than a year, in  Richmond County, and and is buried in the Legrand Cemetery in Richmond County, sharing a grave marker with the parents sister.

Rebecca Roper Baldwin

Birth: 1903

Death: 1903


Infant Daughter of Thomas ans Ann Baldwin
Died in infancy 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Thomas Roper Baldwin (1860 - 1925)
  Ann Patterson Baldwin (1869 - 1904)
 
 Sibling:
  Minnie LeGrand Baldwin (1898 - 1900)*
  Rebecca Roper Baldwin (1903 - 1903)
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Legrand Cemetery 
Richmond County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Thomas Baldwin Family

Daniel Jonhson Patterson was born on August 21, 1871 in Mangum, Richmond County, North Carolina, his father, Duncan, was 46 and his mother, Mary, was 24. He was the only son born to Duncan and Mary Jane.  He died as a child on October 18, 1872, in Montgomery County, North Carolina and is buried at Zion Methodist Cemetery, Mt. Giliad, Montgomery County.

Daniel Johnson Patterson

Birth: Aug. 21, 1871

Death: Oct. 18, 1872

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Mary Jane Christian Patterson (1846 - 1875)
 
 Sibling:
  Daniel Johnson Patterson (1871 - 1872)
  Jennie Wall Patterson (1873 - 1874)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Zion Methodist Cemetery 
Mount Gilead
Montgomery County
North Carolina, USA

Jennie Wall Patterson
Janie Wall Patterson was born on August 16, 1873, in Montgomery, North Carolina, her father, Duncan, was 48, and her mother, Mary, was 26. She died on June 8, 1874, in her hometown within a year of her birth.

Jennie Wall Patterson

Birth: Aug. 16, 1873

Death: Jun. 8, 1874

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Mary Jane Christian Patterson (1846 - 1875)
 
 Sibling:
  Daniel Johnson Patterson (1871 - 1872)*
  Jennie Wall Patterson (1873 - 1874)
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Zion Methodist Cemetery 
Mount Gilead
Montgomery County
North Carolina, USA

Jane Christian "Janie" Patterson
Charles graduated from the Georgia School of Technology with a B. S. degree in 1891. He then attended the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts (now known as N. C. State University), receiving an M. E. degree in 1895 and a C. E. degree in 1896. In 1899, he was living in Raleigh, North Carolina, working as an instructor in Mechanical Engineering at the same school. In 1903, he was living in Washington, D. C., a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. In 1910, he was living in Manila, Philippine Islands. In 1911, he was living in Manila, working as Chief Division Engineer for the Insular Government. In 1915, he was Superintendent of Construction in Fulton, Kentucky. In 1920 and 1930, the family was living in Asheville, North Carolina. About 1921, Charles was listed as living in Richmond, Virginia, working as Locating Engineer for the State Highway Commission. Charles and Janie had three children:

 1880 United States Federal Census

Name:  Jane C . Patterson

Age:  5

Birth Year:  abt 1875

Birthplace:  North Carolina

Home in 1880:  Steeles, Richmond, North Carolina

Race:  White

Gender:  Female

Relation to Head of House:  Daughter

Marital Status:  Single

Father's name:  Duncan Patterson

Father's Birthplace:  North Carolina

Mother's Birthplace:  North Carolina

Neighbors:  View others on page

Cannot read/write:
Blind:
Deaf and dumb:
Otherwise disabled:
Idiotic or insane:

Household Members:

Name   Age

Duncan Patterson   53

Carrie Patterson   19

Annie E. Patterson   11

Jane C. Patterson   5

Eliza Christian   57

Janie Patterson Pritchett

Birth: Apr. 15, 1874

Death: Jan. 3, 1954


 Family links: 
 Parents:
  Duncan Nathaniel Patterson (1825 - 1904)
 
 Spouse:
  Charles Marcellus Pritchett (1869 - 1932)
 
 Children:
  Jane Christian Pritchett (1910 - 1966)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Daughter of Dr. Duncan N. & Jane Christian Patterson

 

Burial:
Elmwood Cemetery 
Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Section M

Charles Marcellus Pritchett

Birth: Aug. 10, 1869
Cartersville
Bartow County
Georgia, USA

Death: May 31, 1932


 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Janie Patterson Pritchett (1874 - 1954)*
 
 Children:
  Jane Christian Pritchett (1910 - 1966)*

 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Son of Marcellus Lee & Sarah Conyers Pritchett

 

Burial:
Elmwood Cemetery 
Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Section M

Martha T. H. Howell Pritchett

Birth: Dec. 7, 1913

Death: Jun. 12, 2007


Martha T.H. Pritchett, died June 12, 2007 in Vero Beach, Florida. She was 93.
She was born December 7, 1913 to Herbert and Irene (Patterson) Howell. 
She was a homemaker.
Martha was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Duncan Pritchett, Sr. in 1989. She was also preceded in death by her parents, brother, Dee Howell, sisters, Braxie, Mary "Subby", and Jean.
She is survived by her son, Duncan Pritchett, Jr. (Elizabeth); granddaughter, Stephany Keys (Brian); grandson, Michael Pritchett (Janet); and great-grandchildren, Alexander M. Keys, Patterson J. Pritchett, Carter J. Pritchett, and Alexa S. Pritchett.
Services were Friday, June 15, 2007 at Flanner & Buchanan Good Shepherd Chapel at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, in Fisher, Indiana.
Entombment: Oaklawn Memorial Gardens
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.

 

Burial:
Oaklawn Memorial Gardens 
Fishers
Hamilton County
Indiana, USA

Jane Christian Pritchett

Birth: Jun. 26, 1910, Philippines

Death: Jun. 20, 1966
District Of Columbia, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Charles Marcellus Pritchett (1869 - 1932)
  Janie Patterson Pritchett (1874 - 1954)
 
Inscription:
Daughter of Chas. M. & Janie P. Pritchett

 

Burial:
Elmwood Cemetery 
Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Section M

1920 United States Federal Census

Name:  Charles Pritchett

Age:  48

Birth Year:  abt 1872

Birthplace:  Georgia

Home in 1920:  Asheville Ward 2, Buncombe, North Carolina

Street:  Orange St

House Number:  47

Race:  White

Gender:  Male

Relation to Head of House:  Head

Marital Status:  Married

Spouse's Name:  Jessie Pritchett

Father's Birthplace:  Georgia

Mother's Birthplace:  Georgia

Able to Speak English:  Yes

Occupation:  Engineer

Industry:  Coal

Employment Field:  Own Account

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Household Members:

Name    Age

Charles Pritchett    48

Jessie Pritchett    35

Charles Pritchett    14

Janie Pritchett    9

Duncan Pritchett    5