For several years, I was puzzled
about how the PATTESON family fit in as their photos were in more than one
family photo album but they didn't seem to have married into the JACKSON
family or any other that I knew of. Thanks to information shared by Dawn
Domleo of Swaziland based on research done by her brother Rod Patteson
of USA, I can see that the connection was with the DICKIE family. Since
the spelling can vary, it may or may not be of import that a "Euphemia
married a James DICKIE of Killen.
There are several inscriptions of note
in the KANE GRAVEYARD:
SOURCE: http://www.fhpps.sitestogo.biz/ PATTESON “For ever with the Lord”.
Benjamin Patteson, Merchant, Dundalk, and ruling elder in
the presbyterian church who fell asleep in Jesus on the 27th May 1865,
aged 49 years. “He was not for . God took him”. And his
wife Mary daughter of William Megaw Eary
House, Stewartstown, who died November 5th 1910, Aged 84 years. “Her
children rise up and call her Blessed”. PATTESON In memory of Benjamin Third son of
Benjamin Patteson Dundalk, who died at Leeds Jany 20th 1873
aged 19 years. Mary youngest daughter of Benjamin Patteson who died
November 6th 1875 aged 17 years. “Asleep in Jesus” Robert
Glasgow Patteson, died April 11th 1900 aged 38 years. Lizzie Patteson
who died Feby 27th Aged 63 years, 1913. PATTESON In loving memory of Matilda Patteson Megaw,
Eary House Co. Tyrone, She fell asleep in Jesus on the 8th December
1871, aged 22 years. “I have loved thee with an everlasting love”.
Also her sisters, Margaret George, died August 11. 1888 aged 57 years.
Eliza Sarah (Magdalene) died December 20. 1893 aged 53 years. “Being
dead yet speaketh”. Adelaide died 25th August 1915 aged 62 years.
Annie Died 6th January 1917 aged 78 years.
Probably 1816-1865; son of Mathew PATTESON of Cookstown, Co. Tyrone & Anne
GLENN of Glenville, Co. Derry
Mrs. Benjamin PATTESON
Probably Mary MEGAW, daughter of William MEGAW of Eary House, Scotstown,
Probably 1810-1877, son of Mathew PATTESON of Cookstown, Co. Tyrone & Anne
GLENN of Glenville, Co. Derry
Mrs. Matthew PATTESON
DICKIE (1814-1898), daughter of James DICKIE, of Killen, Co. Louth and
October 19, 2006. Thanks to an email from Dawn
DOMLEO in Swaziland, I now know more.
Edward Patteson, son of Mathew Patteson of Cookstown, who was a
Presbyterian minister at Bigger in Scotland, married Anne Dickie,
daughter of James Dickie of Newtownbalregan, Co. Louth. Mathew
Patteson, Edward's younger brother, married Elizabeth, daughter of
the late James Dickie of Co. Louth. They were also
apparently very good friends of Joseph Dickie, minister of Rathfriland,
Co. Down. The Dickie
family lived at Fairhill, Dundalk after the Pattesons left.
There is also a mention of a Minnie Patteson, who married a Johnson,
in one of our relatives letters. She apparently lived with
and looked after my grandfather, Russell Patteson, and his siblings
at 8 Castle Rd, Dundalk, when they were orphaned and sent back
to Dundalk from Chicago. This Russell was born in 1881 and
was 6 yrs old when sent back to Dundalk. I don't know how this
Minnie Patteson was connected but apparently she died in the slums
of Leeds after an awful marriage.(MY NOTE: see mention of Leeds above
in obit of Benjamin)
Matthew PATTESON, Belfast
Probably a more recent photo of above.