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Family of James [sen.] PATERSON and Jemima AITKEN

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Memorial in Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh

Husband: James [sen.] PATERSON (1789-1866)
Wife: Jemima AITKEN (1807-1887)
Children: William PATERSON (1830-1905)
George Aitken PATERSON (1832-1833)
Robert Henry PATERSON (1834?-1838)
Jemima Janet PATERSON (1836-1918)
Adelaide Jane PATERSON (1838-1908)
Frances Ann PATERSON (1841?-1928)
Charles Edward PATERSON (1843-1880)
Alfred James PATERSON (c. 1846-aft1886)
Alexander Martin PATERSON (1848-1933)
Marriage 6 Jan 1829 Calcutta, Bengal, India1
Census (family) (1) 6 Jun 1841 Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland2
Census (family) (2) 30 Mar 1851 St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Census (family) (3) 7 Apr 1861 St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland4
17, St Bernard's Crescent
Their house had 15 rooms with one or more windows.

Husband: James [sen.] PATERSON

Name: James [sen.] PATERSON
Father: William [jun.] PATERSON (1752-1805)
Mother: Jean HUNTER (1755?-1838)
Birth 11 Dec 1789 Avondale [Strathaven], Lanarkshire, Scotland5
Baptism 13 Dec 1789 (as an infant) Avondale [Strathaven], Lanarkshire, Scotland5
His father William was a shoemaker in Strathaven
Matriculated 1806 (age 16-17) University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland6
Occupation btw 7 Jun 1810 and 26 Feb 1841 (age 20-51) Army Surgeon7,8,9,10,11,12,13
After his son James was born (in 1808 or 9), he was appointed as Hospital Assistant (in the Army) on 7 June 1810. [This date fits with 4 years of study (1806-7, 1807-8, 1808-9, 1809-10) but his graduation seems to be not until 1818, perhaps after serving an apprenticeship?]

He participated in the Iberian Peninsular War from Sep 1810 to Dec 1811 with the 45th Regiment of Foot, being appointed Assistant Surgeon on 22nd Aug 1811.

He was part of the Madras army in 1819 serving in the 45th Regiment, spending 6 years in Ceylon. Between 1819 and 1820 he applied for Furlough (extended leave). In 1824 he was Assistant Surgeon in the 45th Regiment of Foot. The 45th took part in the Burmese War of 1824-5. James served in Burma in 1826.

He was first commissioned into the 42nd Highlanders (Black Watch) on:25/5/1826
In 1829 & 1832 he was serving with the 13th Light Infantry in India.
He was commissioned again into the 42nd Highlanders (Black Watch) on:19/6/1835

The locations the Black Watch regiment went to were:
Jun 1836 Edinburgh
Jun 1837 Glasgow
Apr 1838 Dublin
Apr 1839 Limerick
Mar 1840 Templemore (Co. Tipperary)

He retired from the army on 26/2/1841.
Graduation 1818 (age 28-29) University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland14
Property Transaction (1) 6 Aug 1845 (age 55) St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland15
17, St Bernards Crescent
The house was bought for £1100 which included a dwelling house and over 9 [?] acres of land
Property Transaction (2) 28 Feb 1856 (age 66) Netherfield, Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland16,17
Old Hill & Sidehead (land adjacent to Old Hill)
Property Transaction (3) 9 Nov 1859 (age 69) Netherfield, Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland15
Old Hill
The property was sold to T Brownlie for £245 [?]
Will 13 Oct 1864 (age 74) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland18
Trust Disposition & Settlement
...Mrs Jemima Aitken or Paterson my wife and Captain William Paterson Professor of Military Surveying at the Royal Military College Sandhurst my eldest son & Charles Edward Paterson presently student in Divinity and Alfred james Paterson Ensign in Her Majesty's Nineteenth Regiment of Foot both also my sons and at present residing with me .....[annuity etc for Jemima]...my Trustees shall divide the whole residue...amongst my children equally...[daughters' shares held in trust]...
Death 26 Aug 1866 (age 76) St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland19
Cause: Paralysis
Address: 17, St Bernard's Crescent
Burial 28 Aug 1866 (est) Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland20
(in area 2h)
Probate 7 Oct 1866 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland21
Value of estate:- £16,225/19/2 ... including
Half years' rent of houses in Strathaven belonging to the deceased current at his death ..tenants: Mrs Hilston, James Tennant, Robert Stewart, the Tennants of the Reading Room...

Wife: Jemima AITKEN

Name: Jemima AITKEN
Father: George AITKEN (1762?- )
Mother: Janet PONTON (1768?- )
Birth 30 Jun 1807 Cupar, Fife, Scotland4,22
Surety Bond 30 Apr 1828 (age 20) Bengal, India23
Census (1) 2 Apr 1871 (age 65) Frimley, Surrey, England24
Staying with eldest son, William.
Will 27 Jan 1876 (age 68)25
Census (2) 3 Apr 1881 (age 73) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland26
17 St Bernard's Crescent
She had a cook and a housemaid
Death 12 Jul 1887 (age 80) St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland27
17 St Bernard's Crescent
Burial 14 Jul 1887 (est) Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland20
(in area 2h)
Probate 25 Jul 1887 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland27
Value of estate:- £975/11/1

Child 1: William PATERSON

Name: William PATERSON
Spouse: Annie Jane [Sinclair] THOMSON (1837-1898)
Birth 6 Dec 1830 Calcutta, Bengal, India28
Christening 30 Jan 1831 (age 0) Dinapore, (Danapur), Bengal, India28
Census (1) 6 Jun 1841 (age 10) Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland2
Census (2) 30 Mar 1851 (age 20) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Retirement 1881 (age 50-51) York Town, Surrey, England29
"Netherfield"
(year may be 1887) House named after father's birthplace: hamlet to the east of Strathaven.
Occupation Army Officer27,30,31,32,33,34
Professor of Military Surveying at Sandhurst Military College, Berkshire, England
He served in the 80th Regt in the Burmese War 1852-53
Captain by 1866
Brevet Major by 1878
Lieutenant Colonel by 1881
Major General by 1887
Census (3) 31 Mar 1901 (age 70) Sandhurst, Berkshire, England35
Title Maj. Gen.
Death Q2 1905 (age 74) Sandhurst, Berkshire, England36

Child 2: George Aitken PATERSON

Name: George Aitken PATERSON
Birth 19 Nov 1832 Agra, West Bengal, India37
Christening 6 Dec 1832 (as an infant) Agra, West Bengal, India37
Child Count 0
Death 5 May 1833 (age 6 mns)20,37,38
Burial Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland20
Commemorated on parents' obelisk (in area 2h)

Child 3: Robert Henry PATERSON

Name: Robert Henry PATERSON
Birth 1834 (cal)20
Child Count 0
Death 26 Jan 1838 (age 4) Dublin, Ireland20,39
Burial Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland20
Commemorated on parents' obelisk (in area 2h)

Child 4: Jemima Janet PATERSON

Name: Jemima Janet PATERSON
Spouse: Archibald Lorne CAMPBELL (1804-1883)
Birth 24 Aug 1836 Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland13
Stirling Castle
Census (1) 6 Jun 1841 (age 4) Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland2
Census (2) 30 Mar 1851 (age 14) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Census (3) 31 Mar 1901 (age 64) Kensington, (London), Middlesex, England35
Living on own means
Census (4) 2 Apr 1911 (age 74) Sussex, England40
Private Means
Death 30 Mar 1918 (age 81) Steyning, Sussex, England41,42

Child 5: Adelaide Jane PATERSON

Name: Adelaide Jane PATERSON
Nickname: Ada
Spouse: William WATSON (1824-1892)
Birth 31 May 1838 Dublin, Ireland43
Census (1) 7 Apr 1861 (age 22) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland4
17, St Bernard's Crescent, St George district
Census (2) 31 Mar 1901 (age 62) St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland35
Death 1908 (age 69) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland43,44
St George district
Burial 1908 Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland43
(area 2c)

Child 6: Frances Ann PATERSON

Name: Frances Ann PATERSON
Nickname: Fannie
Spouse: John MacAlister THOMSON (1830-1880)
Birth 1841 (cal) Tipperary, S.Tipperary, Ireland45
Census (1) 30 Mar 1851 (age 10) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Census (2) 31 Mar 1901 (age 60) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland35
St George district
Child Count 845
Death 1928 (age 87) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland44,45
St Bernard district

Child 7: Charles Edward PATERSON

Name: Charles Edward PATERSON
Spouse: Alison Barbara Lyon CRUICKSHANK (1846-1924)
Birth 22 Jul 1843 Ayrshire, Scotland4,46
Christening 14 Aug 1843 (as an infant) Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland46
Census (1) 30 Mar 1851 (age 7) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Census (2) 7 Apr 1861 (age 17) St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland4
17, St Bernard's Crescent
students in arts
Will 27 Jun 1877 (age 33) Neuilly sur Seine, Paris, France47
6, Rue Perronet
Drawn up at the manse of St Mungo, Dumfriesshire.
Trustees: Alison Barbara Cruickshank and William Watson.
Occupation Minister; Paris, France48
Scotch Church
(Of Stow (Edinburgh?)in 1866)
Title Rev.
Death 29 Apr 1880 (age 36) Paris, France47,48
151, Boulevard Pereire
Probate 3 Jul 1880 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland47,48
Value of Estate:- £4170/1/10 plus Trust fund of £2000 for niece Edith Maud Mima Campbell
Burial Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland20
Commemorated on parents' obelisk (in area 2h)

Child 8: Alfred James PATERSON

Name: Alfred James PATERSON
Spouse: Jane Morson JAMIESON (1852-1872)
Birth c. 1 Mar 1846 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland49
Christening 2 Mar 1846 (as an infant) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland49
Census (1) 30 Mar 1851 (age 5) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Census (2) 7 Apr 1861 (age 15) St George district, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland4
17, St Bernard's Crescent
general student
Census (3) 3 Apr 1881 (age 35) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland50
17, St Bernard's Crescent
Captain in 19th Regiment
married [?]
Occupation Army Officer27,51
19th Regiment later called The Princess of Wales Own Yorkshire Regiment
7 Jul 1863 Ensign
29 Jun 1867 Lt
1 Jan 1878 Captain
1 Jul 1881 Major
29 Sep 1886 Lt Col (in Egypt)
Title Brigadier Major52
Death aft 1886 (age 39-40)51

Child 9: Alexander Martin PATERSON

Name: Alexander Martin PATERSON
Spouse: Edith Fanny REYNOLDS (1858?- )
Birth 27 Jun 1848 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland49
Christening 10 Jul 1848 (as an infant) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland49
St Cuthbert's
Occupation Army Officer53,54
16th or Bedfordshire Regiment;
10 Oct 1865 Ensign or 2nd Lieutenant
9 Oct 1867 Lieutenant
30 Oct 1874 Captain
He served in Cork in 1878
"Major Paterson served as the Deputy Assistant Quarter Master at Durban during the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 (medal)"
1 Jul 1881 Major (1887 in Madras)
Colonel 1st Battalion Herts Regiment.
Census (1) 30 Mar 1851 (age 2) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Census (2) 7 Apr 1861 (age 12) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland4
17, St Bernard's Crescent, St George district
Census (3) 2 Apr 1911 (age 62) Caernarvonshire, Wales40
Retired Colonel
Death 17 Feb 1933 (age 84) Kensington, (London), Middlesex, England20,55
Burial Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland20
Commemorated on parents' obelisk (in area 2h)

Sources [Key: Author, "Title", (Publication data), Where within source, \Repository\]

1"British Library". India Office Collections: N/1/59 f.177.
Text From Source: James PATERSON, Surgeon, H. Majesty's 13th Regt., Bachelor...
2"1841 Census Britain". [Index only, record unseen].
3"1851 Census Britain". [Index only, record unseen].
4"1861 Census Britain". 685/01 102/01 009.
5"OPR Avondale [Strathaven], Lanarkshire".
\National Records of Scotland\, HM New Register House, Edinburgh.
6"Matriculated Students, University of Glasgow". Text From Source: A.D. 1806
7033 JACOBUS PATERSON min: fil: n. max: Gul: Artificis - Evandale - Lanark. (i.e. James Paterson [minor filius natu maximus] the younger eldest son of William Paterson artist/craftsman in Avondale Lanarkshire)
[the editor's note after this entry is probably incorrect]
\University of Glasgow Archive Service\, Glasgow, Scotland. Web: http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/archives/.
7"British Army Records". Peninsular War Service.
Text From Source: Paterson, James; Hospital Assistant 7 June 1810, Assistant Surgeon 45 Ft. 22 Aug 1811; Served in the Peninsular between Sep 1810 & Dec 1811;
Also Burma 1826
\National Archives (formerly Public Record Office)\, Kew, Surrey, UK. Web: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/.
8"British Library". India Office, Collection 15 IOR/L/MIL/5/377.
Text From Source: James Paterson; Assistant Surgeon; 1824; 45th Foot
9Maj-Gen Neil McMicking, "Officers of the Black Watch, 1725-1952" (Thomas Hunter & Sons, Perth 1953). Text From Source: A listing of those with "permanent regular commissions":-
James Paterson MD Surgeon from 45th Regiment 25/5/1826 & 19/6/1835 (ie. 2 commissions) Half Pay (ie. retired) from 26/2/1841.
10Michael Tomlinson [great grandson of Frances Ann PATERSON (1841-1928)], "Kandy in 1820" (1958 Times of Ceylon Annual, Colombo).
\National Library of Australia\. Web: http://www.nla.gov.au/.
11"London Gazette" (England). 19 June 1835.
Text From Source: 42d Foot, Surgeon James Paterson, M. D. from the 46th Regiment of Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Nicholson, appointed to the Staff. Dated 19th June 1835.
12"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC36/51/24 Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills.
Text From Source: I Gavin Hamilton late surgeon of His Majesty's 72nd Regiment of Foot.....................and residing at Spring-bank near Strathaven..........with the special advice and consent of my wife Agnes Paterson ...............trustees.....James Paterson, MD Surgeon of His Majesty's 13th Regiment of Foot; William Paterson of Oldhill residing in Strathaven............in favor of Jean Ferguson Hamilton and Mary Aitcheson Hamilton my daughters.................
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
13[by a great granddaughter of Elizabeth Millar PATERSON (1832-1901)], "L's letter & email" (1997 & 2008). Text From Source: Dr James Paterson, MD, of 13th Light Infantry, later 42nd Highlanders, the Black Watch. He became an army surgeon and saw service in the Iberian Penninsular in 1810-11 and in Ceylon, Burma and India 1818-1828.
Jemima was born 24-8-1836 at Stirling Castle
14"Roll of Graduates, University of Glasgow".
Text From Source: (1)James Paterson [Scotus] M.D. 1818
(2)James Paterson C.M. 1834; M.D. 1836
(3)15677 JACOBUS Paterson "Fil. nat. max. Jacobi Medici Glasguensis", M.A. 1855. (i.e. eldest son of Dr James Paterson of Glasgow) " Probationer, Church of Scotland, Kirn, by Greenock " [Register of General Council, 1859-60]. Elected one of the Masters of the Oundle Grammar School, Northamptonshire, 1862. Thereafter (1) Minister of St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Ipswich, Queensland, (2) Clergyman at West Kempsey, New South Wales, 1883. (Brother of 16178).
(4)16178 GEORGIUS Watson Paterson "Fil. nat. sec. Jacobi, Medici apud Glasguam", [Matric. Alb 1852] M.A. 1857 (i.e. second son of Dr James Paterson near Glasgow)
M.A. 1857. Student of Theology in the University of Glasgow, 1857-58. Gained, in 1859, a Ceylon Writership offered by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton (Rector of the University, 1856-59) for competition among students, the first ever offered to a Scottish University. Thereupon entered the Ceylon Civil Service. (Brother of 15677).
(5)Charles Alfred Paterson M.A. 1877; LL.B. 1878
(6)Robert Henry Paterson MB CM 1878; Professor [actually Lecturer - he was still a student] of Botany in Anderson's College; F.L.S.
\University of Glasgow Archive Service\, Glasgow, Scotland. Web: http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/archives/.
15[by a granddaughter of William Hunter PATERSON (1846-1925)], "J's mother's notes" (c.1980).
Text From Source: 6th Aug 1845
Henry Raeburn of St Bernards sum of £1100 advanced & paid to him by the said James Paterson area of ground marked on the ground & Elevation plans number 17 of St Bernard's Crescent together with the dwelling house built theiron consisting of 3 stories & sunk story & cellar & pertinents thereto belonging bounded the said area etc
9 acres 1 rood and 13 falls of land

9th Nov 1859
James Paterson MD late of the 42nd Royal Highlanders now residing in St Bernard's Crescent Edinburgh £245 paid to [by?] T Brownlie of Goodsburn, Wine & Spirit merchant in Glasgow, as the adequate and agreed price of the said lands Kirklands of Netherfield called Old Hill extending to 6 roods lying within the Parish of Avendale Sheriffdom of Lanark; Charles Edward Paterson Student of Medicine in the University of Edinburgh witness
16"Sasine for Old Hill, Netherfield, Strathaven" (1856 RS3/2772 [27/2/1856 - 5/3/1856]).
Text From Source: At Edinburgh ..on 28/2/1856...on behalf of James Paterson Dr of Medicine late of 42nd Highlanders ..now St Bernards Cresc Edinburgh ....recorded in Chancery [20/2/1856]... the late William Paterson in Netherfield Dyke died .. 1784 ..seised as of fee [ie bought] ..Old Hill extending to 6 roods of land [from] Andrew Walker of Kirkland House with ..consent of Janet Scot relict of now deceased John Walker of Kirkland House (& then spouse to Gavin Murray Merchant in Strathaven) [on] 16th March 1747 ... ([additional Sasines] at Hamilton 26th April & 9th June 1777).....the said James Paterson is the 2nd son of the deceased Wm Paterson Farmer Laigh Netherfield Dyke who died at Strathaven 5th May 1803 ....the eldest son ... James..died in infancy...
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
17"Sasine for Sidehead, Netherfield, Strathaven" (1856 RS3/2772 [27/2/1856 - 5/3/1856]).
Text From Source: ... a disposition granted by James Young of Netherfield .. in favor of William Paterson in Laigh Netherfield ...Chancery 12th & 20th Feb 1856 ...Lands of Netherfield called Sidehead bounded by .. Old Hill on the East by James Young's own Ditch Dyke at the head of the side on the South and by the Lands of Netherfield Dyke on the West & North thereof ...mostly enclosed by Ditch & Hedge ...[on] 2/9/1762
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
18"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/4/106 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills.
Text From Source: James Paterson, Doctor of Medicine, late surgeon in Her Majesty's 42nd Regiment now residing in St Bernard's Crescent Edinburgh...
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
19"Scottish BMD Statutory Register" (1855-). Death certificate of Dr James Paterson 1866.
\National Records of Scotland\, HM New Register House, Edinburgh.
20"Dean Cemetery" (Edinburgh). Text From Source: Inscription on granite obelisk: Sacred to the memory of JAMES PATERSON late surgeon The Royal Highlanders died at Edinburgh 25th August 1866 aged 76 years and JEMIMA his wife who died at Edinburgh 12th July 1887 aged 80 years and ALEXANDER MARTIN their youngest son Col. 1st Bat. Herts Regiment who died 17th February 1933 aged 84 years In Memory of ROBERT HENRY who died at Dublin 26th January 18-- aged 4 years and is buried there also his grandson BERTRAM ALEXANDER son of Major A. Martin Paterson Brig. Major Straits Settlements died off Singapore 9th March 1884 aged 2 years 1m and buried at sea. Also of his son GEORGE AITKEN who died at sea 24th May 1888 (or 6) and is interred here (or there)
21"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/1/131 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories.
Text From Source: James Paterson, Doctor of Medicine, late surgeon in Her Majesty's 42nd Regiment now residing in St Bernard's Crescent Edinburgh...
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
22Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical INDEX ®" (© 1980, 2002). Batch #: C114206; [Original record unseen].
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
23"British Library". India Office Reference Z/O/1/10 Miscellaneous Bonds, No. 6754.
Text From Source: Authority Of Court :- 30 Apr 1828; Full Names:- Miss Jemima Aitken
Description:- Passenger; Presidency:- Bengal
Description Of Instrument:- Bond #6754; Date Of Instrument:- 5 May 1828
Amount Of Security:- £200; Sureties:- Jacob Cowles, Connaught Terrace, Esquire. William Apps, Change Alley, Esquire.
24"1871 Census Britain". [Index only, record unseen].
25"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/4/225 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills.
Text From Source: Jemima Aitken or Paterson
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
26Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census Scotland" (CD-ROM). GRO Ref Vol 685-1 EDist 125 P.3.
\Local Public Library\.
27"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/1/259 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories.
Text From Source: Inventory of Jemima Aitken or Paterson
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
28Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical INDEX ®" (© 1980, 2002). C75003-3 [Original record unseen].
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
29[by a great granddaughter of Elizabeth Millar PATERSON (1832-1901)], "L's letter & email" (1997 & 2008).
30Lt Col William PATERSON (1830-1905), "Treatise on Military Drawing ..." (1862 London).
\National Library of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.nls.uk/.
31"British Army Records". Army List August 1878; Harts Army List 1888.
\National Archives (formerly Public Record Office)\, Kew, Surrey, UK. Web: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/.
32Church of J C of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census England & Wales" (© 1980, 2002 FamilySearch (TM) International Genealogical Index ®). 11/0783/67/33.
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
33Lt Col William PATERSON (1830-1905), "Notes on military surveying and reconnaissance" (1875 & 1882, London).
\National Library of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.nls.uk/.
34Lt Col William PATERSON (1830-1905), "Topographical examination papers." (1882 London).
\National Library of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.nls.uk/.
35"1901 Census Britain". [Index only, record unseen].
36"Free INDEX of Birth Marriages & Deaths of England & Wales". 2c/249 [Certificate unseen].
\FreeBMD\. Web: http://www.freebmd.org.uk/.
37"British Library". India Office Records Reference: N/1/32 f.389 N/1/37 f52.
Text From Source: Name: George Aitken PATERSON; Birth Date: 19 Nov 1832 Location: Agra
Parents: James, M. D. Surg. H. M. 13th Lt-Inf.; Jemima; Baptism Date: 06 Dec 1832 Location: Agra
Burial Date: 06 May 1833 Transcribed by: British Library : Presidency: Bengal
38"Calcutta Christian Observer" (India). Text From Source: 5 May George Aitken the infant son of James Paterson MD surgeon H M 13th Light Infantry aged 0yrs & 6months
39"Gravestone Photo Resource" (http://www.gravestonephotos.com/public/). Text From Source: Robert Henry Paterson d 1838
40"1911 Census Britain". [Index only, record unseen].
41"British Library". India Office Records Reference: N/1/7 f.145.
Text From Source: Name: Archibald Lorne CAMPBELL Event type: Biography: Mj-Gen, Bengal Eur Cav; Hodson I p.283;
b 17 Dec 1804 Patna & bap 9 Feb 1806 Calcutta, 4th & youngest son of Duncan, Bengal CS, & Elizabeth Kennedy N/1/7 f.145;
m (1) Apr 1839 Calcutta Cath, Charlotte Susan 2nd dau of Abercrombie DICK, Bengal CS N/1/54 f.36 (she d 31 Oct 1857 Meean Meer);
m (2) Jemima PATERSON (she d 30 Mar 1918 Brighton);
d 13 Melville St, Edinburgh, 25 May 1883; Transcribed by: British Library : Presidency: Bengal
42"Free INDEX of Birth Marriages & Deaths of England & Wales". 2b/320 [Certificate unseen].
\FreeBMD\. Web: http://www.freebmd.org.uk/.
43"Gravestone Photo Resource" (http://www.gravestonephotos.com/public/). #1020794.
44"Scottish BMD INDEX of Statutory Register" (1855-). [Certificate unseen].
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
45Robert Lindsay Mackay, "Mackay Family Genealogy" (2003). Text From Source: (John) Born Auchencarroch 12Jan1830. Died Burnt Island 23Mar1880, in the pulpit. Frances was sister of Major General William Paterson, married to Anne Jane Thomson. Born Tipperary, died Edinburgh.
Eight children.
\WWW/Mackay\. Web: http://lu.softxs.ch/mackay/Grandpa.html.
46Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical INDEX ®" (© 1980, 2002). Batch #: C119634; [Original record unseen].
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
47"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/4/184 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills.
Text From Source: I The Rev Charles Edward Paterson at present minister of the Scotch Church in Paris......assign to Mrs Alison Barbara Cruickshank or Paterson my wife
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
48Ibid. SC70/1/201; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories.
Text From Source: Charles Edward Paterson, Minister, Scotch Church, Paris, residing formerly at 6 Rue Perronet, Neuilly, Sur Seine, thereafter at 151 Boulevard Pereire, Paris, both in France, d. 29/04/1880 at Paris, testate
49Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical INDEX ®" (© 1980, 2002). C11988-9.
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
50Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census Scotland" (CD-ROM). 685/001/125/3.
\Local Public Library\.
51"British Army Records". Army List August 1878; LINE BATTALIONS 19TH (1ST YORK. NORTH RIDING PRINCESS OF WALE'S OWN); Harts Army List 1888.
\National Archives (formerly Public Record Office)\, Kew, Surrey, UK. Web: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/.
52[by a descendant of Rev James Paterson in N.Z.], "Paterson family tree diagram" (c.1975).
53"British Army Records". Army List August 1878;
\National Archives (formerly Public Record Office)\, Kew, Surrey, UK. Web: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/.
54"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/1/259 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories.
Text From Source: [Inventory of Jemima Aitken or Paterson] Major Alexander Martin Paterson of the 16th or Bedfordshire regiment presently at Madras India
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
55"Free INDEX of Birth Marriages & Deaths of England & Wales". 1a/191 [Certificate unseen].
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James Paterson, (1789-1866), Army Surgeon, Edinburgh, Scotland