NameRebecca MOHR
Birthabt 1789, Augusta County, Virginia82
Deathabt 23 Jun 1819, Burlington Township, Licking County, Ohio1954 Age: 30
BurialPatterson Cemetery, Burlington Township, Licking County, Ohio1276,1187, booklet 3, Burlington Township, p. 6.,1954
Birth10 Jan 1774, Augusta County, Virginia81
ChristeningOld Stone Church, Augusta County, Virginia82
Death8 Apr 1855, Licking County, Ohio82,1276 Age: 81
BurialPatterson Cemetery, Burlington Township, Licking County, Ohio1187, booklet 3, Burlington Township, p. 6.
OccupationMiller, farmer81,660, v. 2, p. 732-733.
FatherJohn PATTERSON (~1747-1822)
Mother—— —— (-<1806)
Marriage12 Nov 1805, Augusta County, Virginia1439, p. 41.,731, p. 161.
ChildrenEphraim (~1807-1863)
 Hannah (1809-1863)
 Rebecca (1817-1893)
Notes for Rebecca MOHR

Genealogical Research:81, p. 4. "Peter Mohr (Moore) of nearby Falling Springs land" identified as father of Rebecca Moore in research connected with Adam Patterson, husband of Rebecca Moore. No supporting documents have yet been found by this researcher.

Biographical Sketch (1894):1164, p. 412. "Rebecca Moore was a sister of [Van. R. Moore’s] father." Van R. Moore's father is identified in the Memorial Record of Licking County as Jacob Moore. Van R. Moore married Matilda Patterson, Adam Patterson's daughter by third wife Anne Crow.

1805 Marriage:731, p. 161. Adam & Rebeckah Mohr, 12 Nov 1805. Minister: William King. William King731, p. 410. was Episcopal minister of Trinity Church, Staunton, Virginia. Bushman's2821, p. 12. review of the original record confirms the name was written as "Mohr."

1810 U.S. Census:1645 Rebecca enumerated in the household of her husband Adam Patterson in Augusta County, Virginia as a female age 16 to 26.

1819 Death:1954 Given that Adam Patterson married third wife Anne Crow on 24 January 1820, it is assumed that Rebecca Moore Patterson died about 23 June in 1819, the 23rd June date taken from her tombstone and 1819 from working backwards from Adam’s remarriage date.

1819 Tombstone:
1187, booklet 3, Burlington Township, p. 6.,1276 Patterson Cemetery, Burlington Township, Licking County, Ohio. Joyzelle Morey1954 reports from personal observation that Rebecca Patterson’s tombstone is "obviously too new to have been placed at her grave at the time of her death." It is therefore assumed that the erroneous death date was recorded years after the actual event. Morey further states, "There I saw the grave stone for Rebecca Moore, Adam's 2nd wife. It reads - Rebecca More, wife of Adam Patterson --- died June 23, 1830."
Rebecca More
wife of Adam Patterson
died June 23, 1830
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