NameJames PATTERSON
Birth10 May 1833, Gernoch, Scotland
Death29 Apr 1924, Newbury, Ontario, Canada
Burial4 May 1924
OccupationMerchant, Farmer
Spouses
Birth10 May 1848, Mosa Township, Middlesex County, Ontario
Death1928, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona
FatherWilliam SIMPSON (1815-1907)
MotherCatherine GRAHAM (1825-1907)
Marriage6 May 1873, Mosa Township, Middlesex County, Ontario
ChildrenIsabell (1874-)
 William (1875-)
 Herbert Duncan (1878-)
 James (1880-)
Notes for James PATTERSON
Name, birth, marriage and death information from Micheline Champagne.

Ontario Canada Deaths
James Patterson, Newbury, age 96 years, 8 months 9 days, born Scotland, August 20 [no year given], retired farmer, father Dan Patterson, born Scotland, mother Mary Morrison, born Scotland, physician A. P. Owens?, Newbury, informant, wife Mrs. James Patterson, Newbury, buried May 4, 1924, died April 29, 1924, of Artereo Sclerosis, contributory apoplexy 3 days.
Notes for Agnes (Spouse 1)
Name, birth, marriage and death information from Micheline Champagne.

In the 1851 census Mosa, Middlesex County, Canada West. William Simpson, farmer, born England, Free Church, age 36. Cathrin [as spelled] Simpson, born Ireland, age 27. Agnus [as spelled] Simpson, born Canada, age 3. Thomas Simpson, born Canada, age 2.

In the 1861 Canadian census Middlesex, Canada West. William Simpson, farmer, born England, E. Methodist, age 43. Catherine Simpson, born Ireland, age 36. Agnes Simpson, born Upper Canada, age 12, member of family, attended school within year. Thomas Simpson, labourer, born Upper Canada, age 11, attended school, member of the family. Robert Simpson, born Upper Canada, age 9, attended school. Mary M. Simpson, born Upper Canada, age 7, attended school, member of the family. Jane Simpson, born Upper Canada, age 5, member of family. Isaac J. Simpson, born Upper Canada, age 2, member of family. Elizabeth A. Simpson, born Upper Canada, age 1, member of family.

Ontario Canada marriages, Middlesex County
James Patterson, age 40, residence Newbury, born Scotland, widower, merchant, Presbyterian, parents Donald and Mary Patterson and Agnes Simpson, age 24, residence Mosa, born Mosa, single, Episcopal Methodist, parents William and Catharine Simpson, witnesses D. Fletcher Mosa and Thomas Simpson, Mosa, May 6th 1873 at Mosa, by M. McKenzie E. P. Minister, by license, Township of Mosa, Middlesex County.

In the 1881 Canadian census Mosa, Middlesex West, Ontario. James Patterson, age 50, born Scotland, Presbyterian, farmer. Agnes Patterson, age 32, born Ontario, Presbyterian. Mary Patterson, age 18, born Ontario. Son John Patterson, age 16, born Ontario. Catherine Patterson, age 14, born Ontario. Donald Patterson, age 10, born Ontario. Isabella Patterson, age 7, born Ontario. William Patterson, age 5, born Ontario. Duncan [must Herbert/Hubert] Patterson, age 3, born Ontario. James Patterson, age 1, born Ontario. [Mary, John, Catherine and Donald must be from James previous marriage][The original is too faint to read so I am relying on the transcription]

In the 1891 Canadian census Mosa, West Middlesex, Ontario. James Patterson, age 58, born Scotland, parents born Scotland, Presbyterian, farmer, employer. Wife Agnes Patterson, age 42, born Ontario, father born England, mother born Ireland, Presbyterian. Daughter Isabell Patterson, age 17, born Ontario. Son William Patterson, age 15, born Ontario. Son Hubert D. Patterson, age 13, born Ontario. Son James Patterson, age 11, born Ontario. 1 farm labourer.

In the 1901 Canadian census Mosa, Middlesex West, Ontario. Head James Patterson, born May 10 1833 [It seems odd he would have the same birthday as his wife. His death certificate gives a different date.], age 68, born Scotland immigrated 1845, Presbyterian, farmer, living on own means. Wife Agnes Patterson, born May 10 1869, age 51, born Ontario. Son William Patterson, born September 4, 1875, age 25, single, born Ontario, labourer. Son James Patterson, single, born February 14, 1880, age 20, born Ontario, student. 1 farm labourer.
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