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Date Husband Wife Historical Events


1775 Battles of Lexington and Concord
1776 Declaration of Independence
1777
1778
1779
1780 October 7, 1780, Battle of Kings Mountain
1781 October 19, 1781, Battle of Yorktown
1782
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1786 Birth of Richard Patten in MD, or PA
1787
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1803 Birth of Lucy Colville in Wheeling? WV Louisiana Purchase
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1812 Beginning of War of 1812
1813
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1815 End of War of 1812
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1825 No Pattens appear in Darke Co in 1825 census of adult males. Richard Patten, however, receives a patent for 78.24 acres on Sept 30 1825. Presumably he has just moved to the area. No Colville's apper in Darke Co in 1825 census of adult males
1826
1827
1828 Marriage of Richard and Lucy, in Darke Co Ohio
1829 Birth of dau. Sarah Jane in Ohio
1830 Richard appears in 1830 census
1831
1832 Birth of dau. Nancy Drucilla in Ohio
1833
1834
1835
1836 Birth of dau. Dicey Ruth in Ohio
1837 Birth of son Oliver Washington in Ohio
1838
1839
1840 In marion Co Ohio in 1840 Census; Birth of dau. Margaret Ann
1842 Birth of son Henry C. in Ohio
1843
1844
1845 Beginning of Irish Potatoe Famine
1846 Birth of dau. Mary E. in Ohio Start of Mexican American War
1847


1848 End of Mexican American War; Beginning of California Gold Rush
1847


1848 Gold Discovered in California
1849 End of Irish Potatoe Famine


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1854 family moves to Marengo Twshp, Iowa Co, Iowa


1855


1856 in Iowa Co Iowa, 1856 State Census, shows family has been in Iowa for two years


1857


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1860 In Marengo Township, Iowa Co, Iowa, 1860 census


1861 Start of US Civil War


1862 Homestead Act of 1862


1863


1864


1865 End of US Civil War


1866


1867 Son Oliver Washington marries Nancy Ann Givens , apparently in Iowa


1868


1869 Last spike driven in the Transcontinental Railroad, Promontory, Utah, May 10, 1869, as the Union Pacific tracks joined those of the Central Pacific Railroad



1870 1870 Iowa County, IA census


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1873 Panic of 1873


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1876 March 10, 1876 birth of the telephone


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1880 1880 Iowa County, IA census, Marengo Twp; Death of Richard


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1890 Death of Lucy in Marengo, IA

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