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David Patrick
B: 1760/70
York Co, SC
D: After 27 Jan 1837
Oglethorpe Co, GA

Married ???

Elizabeth *Thompson
B: 1760 GA
D: After 1850
Oglethorpe Co, GA



Children
Name Born Died Married
Female ??? ??? ???
Josiah D. ca1795 ??? Elanor _____
B: ca1800
D: ???
M: ???
Female ??? ??? ???
Female ??? ??? ???
Nancy

Children
28 Aug 1797
Oglethorpe Co, GA
22 Jan 1880 Andrew Campbell
B: 13 Dec 1788
D: 28 May 1874
M: 26 Oct 1818
James ??? ??? ???
Benjamin
Blanton
10 Dec 1803
Oglethorpe Co, GA
3 Mar 1881
Tallapoosa Co, AL
Buried Waverly Cem
Lee Co, AL
Elizabeth Adaline Maddox
B: 26 Jun 1814
Greene Co, GA
D: 8 Sep 1850
Tallapoosa Co, AL
Buried Waverly Cem
Lee Co, AL
M: 7 Mar 1833
Greene Co, GA

Martha (Mattie) Ann Brown
20 Sep 1827
?Putman Co, GA
D: 29 Aug 1907
Tallapoosa Co, AL
Buried Waverly Cem
Lee Co, AL
M: 9 Sep 1856
*I'm not sure David Patrick's wife was Thompson. I have based that name on the following wills of Archabald Thompson and James Thompson and a letter sent to Gov Lumpkin for a claim against the Creek Indians:

1792 Wilkes Co Ga tax Stewart Dist:
109a Thompson, Robert 150/310 GREENE Oconee adj David Partrick.

1796 Oglethorpe Co GA Deeds D-294: Greene Co tax collector to David Patrick & Robert Thompson 400a Greene Co GA.

1796 "Archable Tomson of Oglethorpe Co Ga infirm of body gives to son Robert five shillings sterling. To daughter Elizabeth Patrick five shillings sterling. To son William my plantation and all the land I possess, furniture, etc." Exec: son William. Dtd 12 Sep 1795 and s/Archable (X) Tomson. Wit: Jeffrey Early, John Dimond. Rec 7 Oct 1796 WB A Pg 42 Oglethorpe Co Ga.

1797 Oglethorpe Co GA tax pg 37:
Partrick, David 364a granted Robt Thompson.

A loose leaf part of the Oglethorpe Co Ga wills that says in part:
1797 "James Thompson, dec'd, Robert Thompson Admr. Receipt of David Patrick for his part, William Thompson and Robert Thompson for their part of estate. David Thompson, minor." Rec 1810. Note: 30 Nov 1799 Mary Patrick (dau of Andrew) m. William Thompson Greene Co GA.

Letter sent by Geo Gilmer for David Patrick to Gov Lumpkin on 17 Jul 1835 which says:
"I have just been applied to on the part of Mr David Patrick for information upon the subject of his claim against The Creek Indians under the Treaty of 1821. ...He presented a claim for property destroyed which belongs to his Brother In Law James Thompson which was rejected..."


Revolutionary War Soldier David Patrick Revolutionary War record may be found in the South Carolina Archives under file number 604 book R.

1800 Census of David Patrick in Oglethorpe Co GA Cpt Ellis Dist, Falling Creek Dist:
David 26-45; Elizabeth 26-45; 1 Female 10-16; 1 Male 0-10; 3 Females 0-10; 1 Slave

David was a "fortunate drawers" in the 1807 GA Land Lottery. He was listed as living in Capt Rowland Hudson Dist and had 2 draws and won Lot 121, Dist 11, Baldwin Co GA.

1810 Census of Oglethorpe Co GA is lost.

1820 Census of David Patrick in Oglethorpe Co GA:
David, farmer, over 45; Elizabeth over 45; 2 Males 19-25; 1 Male 16-18; 2 Slaves

1830 Census of David Patrick in Oglethorpe Co GA:
2 Males 20-30; 1 Male 60-70; 1 Female 60-70; 2 Male Slaves under 5; 1 Male Slave 5-10; 1 Male Slave 10-15; 2 Female Slaves under 10; 1 Female Slave 24-36

1832 Georgia Land Lottery for Revolutionary War veterans who were “fortunate drawers”:

David Patrick from Oglethorpe County land in Cherokee County
David Patrick from Oglethorpe County land in Cherokee County

David Patrick's Will:

In the name of God amen I David Patrick of the County of Oglethorpe and State of Georgia Being in usual health for one of my age and of Sound mind and Disposing memory But knowing that it is the appointed unto man once to die Do on this twenty seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven make this my last will and Testament:

Item 1st
I give to my beloved wife Elizabeth Patrick during her natural life one negro woman named Mariah also all the household and kitchen furniture of every sort and description.

Item 2d
After the decease of my wife Elizabeth it is my will that the above named Negro woman Mariah if alive should go to my daughter Nancy Campbell and if she should have any increase after this time to go likewise to my daughter Nancy Campbell.

Item 3d
And all the above named household and kitchen furniture of all description after the death of my wife I give my Son James Patrick.

Item 4th
I give to my son Josiah D. Patrick at my death one negro boy named Peter.

Item 5th
I give to my daughter Nancy Campbell one Negro girl named Nicey and all her increase.

Item 6th
I give to my grandson Benjamin Bailey Campbell one tract of land in Union County and State of Georgia containing one hundred and sixty acres (160) known and distinguished as lot No 198 in the 10th district and first Section of Cherokee when Surveyed.

Item 7th
I give at my death to my son James Patrick two negro boys one named John and the other named Jim Capers also one Negro child named Mary. Also the one half of the tract of Land on which I now reside containing two hundred acres be the same more or less also one Note of hand that I hold on Wilson R. Young for three hundred dollars.

Item 8th
I give to my son Benjamin Blanton Patrick two Negros to whit Harriett a girl and Joe a boy. Also the one half of the tract of land that I now reside on containing two hundred acres by estimation.

Item 9th
I appoint my two sons James and Benjamin B. Patrick my lawful executors of this my last will and testament whom I wish first of all to pay all my lawful debts and it is my wish for my son James to pay it out of the part especially willed to him and then to have it executed according to the design of their father who made it in testimony here of I have here unto set my hand and seal this 27th day of January 1837.

s/David Patrick LS

Signed and Sealed In Presence of us:

s/William Bugg
s/Jesse Belle
s/George McLaughlin