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Jeremiah Patrick

Jeremiah Patrick

Male 1738 - 1822  (84 years)

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  • Name Jeremiah Patrick 
    Born 1738  Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1822  Magoffin, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I19400  Yatesville History & Genealogy
    Last Modified 1 Mar 2012 

    Father Robert Patrick,   b. Abt 1700 
    Family ID F7149  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sarah Blair,   b. 1741, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1793, Russell, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years) 
    Married 1761  Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Brice Patrick,   b. Abt 1773, Russell, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1825, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years)
    Last Modified 28 Sep 2022 
    Family ID F6454  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • (Source: Info from Jana Buck Hanks; Jana; swmf@meganet.net ; astoop1 25 Jun 2010)

      The first records of HUGH and JEREMIAH were found in Fincastle County, VA. They were given land grants by the Loyal Land Company in January 1775. This land was on the New River and later became part of Montgomery County, VA. HUGH and JEREMIAH owned adjoining land. Both of them lived in Montgomery County until after the Revolution. In the spring of 1789, they sold their holdings in Montgomery County BA. No land records for JAMES found in Montgomery County, VA, however he was in service during most of this period. He was in the Army several times but records show that each time he was discharged he returned to an area where HUGH and Jeremiah RESIDES. All three of the brothers were in North Carolina when the 1790 census was taken. They apparently did not remain there very long because HUGH was in Lee County, VA by 1795 and JEREMIAH was in Russell County, VA. These were adjoining counties. At that time both of these counties adjoined Kentucky. On October 20, 1798 EDWARD and ELIZABETH YOUNG sold 96 acres of land to JEREMIAH PATRICK, SR. in Russell County, VA. On March 6, 1798, HUGH PATRICK purchased 200 acres of land from FREDERICK JONES in Lee County, VA. However both had patents to land in those counties acquired by at least 1795.

      Family Data Collection - Deaths Name: Jeremiah Patrick Death Date: 1822 City: Magoffin State: KY Country: USA

      Family Data Collection - Births Name: Jeremiah Patrick Father: Robert Patrick Mother: Elizabeth Ann Stephens Birth Date: 1738 City: Russell State: VA Country: USA

      Family Data Collection - Individual Records Name: Jeremiah Patrick Spouse: Sarah Sally Blair Parents: Robert Patrick, Elizabeth Ann Stephens Birth Place: Russell County, VA Birth Date: 1738 Marriage Place: Rockingham County, VA Marriage Date: 1760 Death Place: Magoffin County, KY Death Date: 1822

      Jeremiah Patrick b. 1738 in Maryland and died 1819 in Middlefork, Licking River, Magoffin County, Kentucky off Route 30. He was buried at Etheridge Dyer Cemetery, off RT. 30, Magoffin County, KY; Across from the middle School up to the right on a little hill. He is buried beside Rueben Arnett's grave (See Arnett Family Tree). Rueben's homestead.

      While he served in the Revolutionary War he was taken prisoner. He was charged with being an enemy to this country and acting under the commission of the King of Great Britain. Witnesses were brought forth and he was found innocent, but bound to his good behavior for 12 months and fines a sum of 1000 pounds. Jeremiah was born in Maryland, moved to Giles Co. in 1790 then to Russell Co. and in 1810 he moved to Floyd County, Kentucky now Magoffin County, Kentucky. He died soon after he arrived in KY.

      He was a farmer and one of the earliest settlers of KY. He married Sarah "Sally" Blair in 1761 in Harrodsburg, VA. Sarah Blair was b. 1741 in VA. Sarah died 1793 in Russell County VA. Sarah was the daughter of Brice Blair. Brice was born in 1770 in Ireland and died 1785 in Penn. (Source: MarthaSmith6281 5 Nov 2011; ancestry.com)

      (Source: from research by Diane Dearring, descendent of Blair May; http//homepages.rootsweb.com/~burchett/i/DEARRING/i0000749.htm#i749; DorisMaley345 submitted this to Bays Family Tree on 15 Feb 2009)

      Jeremiah Patrick was born 1738. He married Sarah "Sallieā€ Blair Harrisonburg, Rock Co., VA, ABT 1790. "Jeremiah, according to William Patrick II's manuscript was married in Maryland to Sallie. He moved to Gile Co. VA in 1810 and to Floyd County, KY in 1822. The document says that Jeremiah is buried near Reuben Arnett's on the Middle Fork of Licking River, KY".

      He was given a land grant on the New River in what later became Montgomery County, Virginia (brother HUGH lived on adjoining land); moved to Kentucky around 1813 at age 75, following in the footsteps of his brother James, who had scouted in eastern Kentucky while serving with General George Rogers Clark, and had moved there in 1808. They moved their bare necessities on jolt wagons and horses, as the trail into Kentucky was difficult and nearly impassable.

      It is believed that Sarah died shortly before the move, as records show that Jeremiah alone sold land in Virginia about that time. They had 14 children; William, Jeremiah Jr., John, Brice, Thomas, Elias, Maston, Polly, Gerusia, Ruth, Sarah, Louisa, Nancy, and Margaret.

      His grandson Reuben built a cabin for him on his farm on the Middle Fork of the Licking River. Jeremiah went hunting on the last day of his life and collapsed of an acute gastro-intestinal illness. He signaled his grandson, Reuben, by firing three shots from his gun. He died that day in 1822 at age 84. Jeremiah is buried alone in the Dyer cemetery, Middle Fork near Salyersville, Kentucky. A Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) marker was added to his grave in 1947.