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PATRICK  FAMILY

These photos are generously donated by members of the Magoffin County Historical Society
and posted with their permission. If you would like to submit your photos, please
email me. 

*Click on a photo to enlarge it*
 

Submitted by: Jacquelin Godfrey
rubykiss_at_mac.com

Jemina Patrick Prater,
Wife of Elijah Prater

   

Submitted By: Lloyd A. Salyer [Great Nephew]
 
Curtis Marshall
making Molasses
Born Nov. 25,1905
Died Nov. 6, 1986
Parents- Elliott Marshall & Dora [Patrick] Marshall
Wife- Eliza [Risner] Marshall
 

From: Debbie Davis,
LaGrange, TX

In the picture:
Martin "Mart" Daniel Patrick and his wife Mary Katherine "Kate" Farish.  Their children: Fernie "Fern" Patrick, Bruce Patrick, Bill Patrick, Levi Patrick, Tone Patrick, Emily Patrick, Nannie Patrick, Booth Patrick, Lourana Patrick, Dean Patrick.
 
The lady to the left may be Mart's mother.  If so, she is Nancy Salyer Patrick.
 

Homer & June Patrick Arnett Family

 

The names on the back of this picture are:

Cleve Salyer, Blackie Sizemore, Paul Patton, Grove Salyer, James H. Salyer, Troy Patrick, Glen Salyer, Ben Patton.
 



from: Sharon Nelson Nutt

Daughters of Lark & Rhoda Patrick Risner (see photo for names) 

Charles Arnett (obituary), son of Homer & June Patrick Arnett
 

Bess Patrick Brown, dau. of John & Druzilla Gullett Patrick - obituary
 

Malta Patrick, 90th birthday, 1997 (Do you know her parents?)

Update from good friend Mary Fletcher in Michigan:
Malta Patrick passed away Dec. 2, 1997, she was married to Homer Patrick and her parents were Floyd Patrick and Georgann Brown.
(Thanks, Mary!)
 

Willie Patrick McCarty, dau. of Harry & Mary Bailey Patrick, 1989 obituary

Patrick & Ida Patrick Powers, abt 1962

Patrick & Ida Patrick Powers

Ida Patrick Powers, wife of Patrick Powers

Peggy Patrick Thompson, dau. of Green & Gladys Spurlock Patrick, obituary
 

Captain Charles E. Patrick, son of M. F. & Virginia Patrick - news articles on wounds received in Korea, and his retirement from the service.
 

Dallas D. Patrick, wounded in Korea, son of Mr. & Mrs. Claude Patrick

Bill Patrick, 1897-1968, buried Houston Patrick cemetery (funeral card) Who are his parents?

UPDATE!
Bev Stickel sent the answer about Bill Patrick's parents.
They are:
Sam Houston Patrick and Rebecca Patton Patrick..
Thanks, Bev!
 

 

Jackson and Nannie Patrick Whitaker
 

Wayne & Ida Patrick Powers with unknown man (do you know him?)

Wayne & Ida Powers (photo says Lida Powers?), 1990

Wayne, Ruth, Gene, Hazel with Ida (Patrick) & Patrick Powers, 1945

Daughters of Hard & Josephine Patrick Adams, 1942

Josephine Patrick Adams

Elmer Adams, son of Hard & Josephine Patrick Adams, husband of Ruth Powers (also a coworker, Benny Hulett)
 

Samuel Houston & Rebecca Patton Patrick

Rebecca Patton Patrick,
wife of Sam Houston Patrick

My great grandfather was Samuel Houston Patrick. His son Frank Patrick was my grandfather, from Magoffin county, buried in Patrick Cemetery in Burning Fork. I have a picture of Frank as a child with his twin sister Maude. Standing behind them is a girl, on the back it is marked "Maude Risner". Nobody knows the connection. It also is marked "1902".

Click here to see image of back of photo.
 

Georgia Jackson Patrick, standing at the grave of her husband, Dona C. Patrick:

Obituary of Georgia  Jackson Patrick (Lexington Herald News), Friday, May 22, 1981.

Georgia Jackson Patrick, age 100, widow of Dona C. Patrick, died in Paintsville Hospital on Wednesday.  Services at Salyersville. Survivors include  seven children. 

Judge W.R. Prater read the following obituary:
Dona C. Patrick was born February  10, 1875 at the old John Patrick home on Burning Fork creek, son of John Wesley  Patrick and Abigail Sayler, and died at  his home on Burning Fork Creek January  14, 1949. Mr. Patrick received his early education in the Magoffin County Public Schools and later attended Hazel Green Academy.  He taught eight years in Magoffin County schools.  In 1918, he served as office Deputy Sheriff for four years and in 1922 was elected Sheriff of Magoffin County, to which office he served four years.  Since leaving his position in public service, Mr. Patrick engaged in farming.

Mr. Patrick was a member of the Salyersville Methodist Church.   He was interested in all civic and church activities and took a great part in politics in this community. Dona C. Patrick was married on September 13, 1899 to Georgia Jackson and to this union was born these children:  Dr. Lenore Chipman, Williamstown, KY.,  Mrs. Mae Dills, Williamstown, Mrs.  Lucy Slusher, Salyersville; Mrs. Mildred White, Tampa, Florida; Mrs. Roy Rice and John Nelson Patrick, Dayton, Ohio; Helen Elizabeth Patrick who died in infancy; Henry Clay Patrick, Salyersville,  Ky; and Dona C. Patrick, Jr. of Garden City, Detroit, MI. 

 Mr.  Patrick  has 15 grandchildren, all living.  One of these grandchildren is serving as a member of the Air Corps, U.S. Army, and another grandchild is serving in the U.S. Navy.

Dona C. Patrick leaves these brothers and sisters to mourn his loss:  Judge Ashland T. Patrick, Prestonsburg;  Mrs. Belle Rowland, Lexington; Jeff Patrick, Lakeville; Martha May, Salyersville; Permelia Patrick, Ashland; Gemma Patrick, Ivyton and Bennie Patrick, Jeffersonville, Ohio. Dona was a sympathetic and encouraging father to his children.  He was a devoted husband, admired and respected his neighbors. His passing is a great loss to our community, to his family and to all those who knew him.

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